Baroda House

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Baroda House is Zonal Headquarters Office of Northern Railways.It is situated near India Gate in central Delhi, India. Coordinates: 28°37′01″N 77°13′50″E / 28.616831°N 77.230480°E / 28.616831; 77.230480

Baroda House
Indian Railways Logo
General information
Construction started 1921
Completed 1936
Owner Before: Baroda state
Now: Indian Railways
Technical details
Floor area 8 acres
Design and construction
Architect Sir Edwin Lutyens

History[edit]

[1]

Baroda House was the residence of the Maharaja of Baroda in Delhi. It is located on Kasturba Gandhi Marg, next to Faridkot House.

It was designed by the architect of New Delhi, Sir Edwin Lutyens. He designed the house on a train and it took 15 years to complete in 1936.[2][3] Presently it is being used as the Zonal Headquarters Office of Northern Railways.

Departments[edit]

Northren Railway Head Quarters Baroda House Metal Logo

Vigilance Department[edit]

Operating[edit]

Commercial Department[edit]

Stores Department[edit]

Safety Department[edit]

Engineering Department[edit]

Mechanical engineering Department[edit]

Electrical engineering Department[edit]

Security Department[edit]

Medicine Department[edit]

Construction Department[edit]

Accounts Department[edit]

Personnel Department[edit]

After the candidates qualify the recruitment exams this department deals with their employment related procedures i.e. sending attestation forms to qualified candidates, sending filled attestation forms by candidates to district headquarters, educational institutes etc. for character verification and document verification. After these verification being done candidates are sent offer letters for joining these letters are sent by this department.

S & T Department[edit]

Public Relations Department[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.nr.indianrailways.gov.in//view_section.jsp?lang=0&id=0,1,263,296
  2. ^ Singh, Rohini (October 6, 2002). "Pride & prejudice". The Economic Times. Retrieved 2013-05-27. 
  3. ^ Sharma, Manoj (2011-06-08). "Of princes, palaces and plush points". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 13 December 2013.