Minutes of the PNM meeting between Railway Board and AIRF held on 17th & 18th Nov 2021

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Minutes of the PNM meeting between Railway Board and AIRF held on 17th & 18th Nov 2021 MINUTES of The PNM Meeting between Railway Board and

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Minutes of the PNM meeting between Railway Board and AIRF held on 17th & 18th Nov 2021

MINUTES

of

The PNM Meeting
between

Railway Board and
All India Railwaymen’s Federation

held

on 17th & 18th November, 2021

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MINUTES OF THE PNM MEETING HELD BETWEEN RAILWAY BOARD AND AIRF ON 17TH & 18TH NOVEMBER, 2021

MEMBERS PRESENT

OFFICIAL SIDE FEDERATION (AIRF)
S/ Shri/ Smt. S/ Shri/ Smt.
1. Suneet Sharma, Chairman, Railway Board & CEO 1. Dr. N. Kanniah, President
2. Naresh Salecha, Member(Finance) 2. Shri Shiva Gopal Mishra, Genl. Secy.
3. Rahul Jain, Member(T&RS) 3. Shri J.R. Bhosale, Working President
4. S.K. Mohanty, Member(O&BD) 4. Shri S.K. Tyagi
5. Ravinder Gupta, DG(Safety) 5. Shri Mukesh Mathur
6. Smt. Alka Arora Misra, AM(HR) 6. Shri Mukesh Galav
7. Sudhanshu Sharma, AM(CE) 7. Shri Venu P. Nair
8. Radhey Raman, AM(Traction) 8. Shri C.A. Rajasridhar
9. S.K. Garg, AM(Commercial) 9. Shri Basant Chaturvedi
10. Smt. Jaya Verma Sinha, AM(Traffic) 10. Shri Asish Biswas
11. R.K. Saxena, AM(RS) 11. Shri Amit Kumar Ghosh
12. Mohit Sinha, AM(Revenue) 12. Shri L.N. Pathak
13. Raj K. Mangla, Adviser(PU) 13. Ms. Praveena Singh
14. Smt. Roopa Srinivasan, PED(Accounts) 14. Ms. Champa Verma
15. Atul Pathak, ADG(RPF)
16. Deepak Peter Gabriel, PED(IR)
17. Dr. A.K. Malhotra, EDH(P)
18. P.S. Gupta, EDCE(G)
19. Arjun Singh Tomar, ED(Signal)
20. A.K. Chandra, EDME(W&T)
21. Neeraj Sharma, EDPM
22. Pankaj Tyagi, ED(L&A)
23. Sandeep Jain, ED/Planning(Civil & PSU)
24. Umesh Balonda, ED(E&R)
25. K.P. Yadav, ED(Safety)-II
26. Sanjeet, EDPC–I
27. Mahendra Kumar Gupta, EDPC–II
28. Navin Agarwal, EDE(N)
29. Navin Kumar, JS(Conf.)
30. Sunil Kumar, EDE
31. Suman Kumar Tanti, DME(Chg.)
32. Tej Pratap Narayan, DEE(G)
33. Manoj Kumar, Dir.(Deputation)
34. R.K. Sinha, DE(IR)

SECTION – A: INTRODUCTION

CRB & CEO as Chairman of the meeting addressed the gathering.

Chairman, Railway Board welcomed Dr. N. Kanniah, President/AIRF, Shri Shiva Gopal Mishra, General Secretary/AIRF, other representatives of AIRF and members of the Official Side to the PNM Meeting.  It was observed that though we are holding PNM after two and a half years due to Pandemic and other reasons, we are serious in holding regular PNM meetings and to resolve the issues by mutual discussions. In the last DC/JCM  held  on  05th-06th   October,  2021,  it  was  decided  to  hold  the  PNM  and accordingly, the PNM with AIRF has been scheduled.

CRB informed the Federation as under:-

  • During the current year 2021-22 (upto 11.2021), IR loaded 839.59 MT compared to 693.2 MT during the corresponding period of the previous year. There is an increase in freight loading of about 146 MT (+21%).
  • On safety front, no passenger fatality has taken place in any train accident since April, The number of consequential train accidents has also come down.
  • On punctuality front, much improvement has taken place and punctuality performance has improved from 75% to 94% upto October, 2021.
  • Average Speed of Freight Trains has been increased from 18 kmph during 2020- 21 to 45.42 kmph in 2021-22.
  • Highest ever Capital allocation of 15 Lakh Cr has been made for infrastructure development during FY 2021-22 which is higher by 60,000 crore in comparison to last year.
  • Railway Electrification during the current year is 895 km till October, Last year highest ever railway electrification was carried out.
  • New Line/ Doubling/ Gauge Conversion is 838 km till 31st October, 2021
  • 54 ROBs & 217 RUBs have been constructed upto September, 2021.
  • 1496 Kisan Rails were run on 136 routes upto October, 2021
  • So far IR have commissioned Wi-Fi at a total of 6065 stations.
  • 95 oxygen generating plants have so far been sanctioned and out of these, 52 are functional in Railway 43 more oxygen plants which have been sanctioned are at different stages of commissioning.
  • IR has inducted a new coach variant High capacity 3rd AC Economy coach on 02.2021 and produced 33 coaches in the last two months. With these, total 54 numbers of such AC-III Tier economy coaches have been made available over IR.
  • After redevelopment of Gandhinagar Station, Rani Kamalapati Railway Station is the Second redeveloped station and same was commissioned on 15.11.2021. All modern facilities like Airport are available at this There is separate entry exit system at this station. This station was inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister.
  • During the current year upto October, 2021, 486 Electric Locomotives have been produced as compared to 330 last Further, 3228 LHB Coaches have been produced during the current year upto October, 2021 as compared to 2418 last year
  • Till 31st October, 2021, 11,43,595 (97%) Railway employees have already been give first dose of Covid Vaccine and 8,13,416 (69.08%) have been given 2nd dose.

I would also like to mention a few initiatives taken for HR Management and Staff Welfare.

  • All over Indian Railways there have been 3255 cases of employee deaths due to COVID-19. Out of total Covid death cases, in 3215 (98.77%) cases all settlement dues have been paid and only 40 cases of settlement dues are Further, out of 2755 number of compassionate appointment cases sought by the applicants, 2738 (98.67%) cases have been finalized/ approved. The balance cases are those where CG appointments have been sought for minor children as well as those where additional time has been sought by the applicants.
  • Like previous years, this year also PLB equivalent to 78 days’ wages has been sanctioned for Railway This decision has been taken despite adverse financial situation caused by Covid-19 Pandemic.
  • A number of steps have been taken to familiarize employees with HRMS modules which include setting up of dedicated HRMS helpdesks and call centres in all Divisions/workshops, detailed user guides, manuals and pamphlets in bi-lingual/ vernacular medium, extensive module-wise training sessions, etc.
  • Zonal Railways have been directed to conduct training programmes on HRMS particularly on E-Pass module to cover all the employees.
  • User interface of HRMS modules has been extensively simplified for the benefit of
  • Proposal to provide additional two grades of GP Rs.4800 and 5400 to Supervisors cadre of all departments has been sent to MOF.
  • A proposal to waival of the ceiling limit of Basic Pay of 43,600/- for entitlement of Night Duty Allowance (NDA) to Railway employees, has already been sent to MOF and their approval is awaited.
  • The currency of the GDCE scheme has been extended for a further period of two years e. upto 31.03.2022.
  • Instructions have been issued that Selection process may be expedited to the extent feasible.
  • Group ‘B’ selections have been decentralized on Zonal Railways.
  • It has been decided to resume direct recruitment in Level-7 posts of Senior Section Engineer (SSE), Chemical and Metallurgical Superintendent (CMS) and Chemical and Chief Depot Material Superintendent (CDMS).
  • Instructions have been issued making Track Maintainers eligible for promotion as Technician-III (Level-2) in the P-way/Engineering Department.
  • Instructions also issued for making Safaiwalas and Level-2 staff of Commercial & Operating Deptts eligible for promotion for commercial clerks.
  • For optimum utilization of SBF Funds, permission of re-appropriation of SBF has already been granted to the General Managers.

CRB & CEO thanked AIRF for their continued cooperation and also congratulated all railwaymen for their performance and hard work during the challenging times of COVID Pandemic.

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Federation( AIRF) raised following point s in their opening remarks during the meeting:-

Shri N. Kanniah, President/AIRF

S. No. Points raised
1.

Six months ago, Railways floated tenders inviting bids from private players for running 90 Express Trains in the name of attracting private investment. But, there were no takers except IRCTC and MEIL (Megha Engineering India Limited) that too only for three corridors i.e., Delhi-1, Delhi-2 and Mumbai-2 and the Railways have cancelled all these tenders.

Now, it is reliably learnt that, the Railways are planning to relax the terms and conditions of the tenders, in order to attract the bidders to run the Private Trains.

President/AIRF cited the case of Public Private Participation agreement between Delhi Metro (DMRC) and Reliance Infrastructure on construction and operation of Delhi Airport Metro Line. In the year 2008, the DMRC entered into a 50:50 agreement with Reliance to construct and operate the Airport Line at a cost of Rs.5800 Crore. M/s Reliance also had its own Survey and were satisfied that, around 40,000 Passengers may use this facility daily and they entered into a 30 years contract. M/s Reliance also fixed a ticket fare of Rs.150/- per trip and started the operation in the year February, 2011. But, within 17 Months i.e., on 7th July 2012, M/s Reliance deserted Delhi Metro and issued Notice for termination of contract claiming a compensation a Rs.2782 Crores along with interest. M/s Reliance claimed that instead of anticipated 40,000 Passengers per day, only 15,000 to 18,000 used the services. The Arbitration Tribunal awarded compensation in favour of Reliance with interest for Rs.4500 Crores.

DMRC went to Supreme Court but, the Hon’ble Supreme Court on 09.09.2021 directed DMRC to pay the Compensation of 2782 Crores with interest.

Now the same Airport Metro Services are run by DMRC by collecting only Rs.50 per trip from passengers, instead of Rs.150 collected by Reliance.

President/AIRF cautioned that in the name of privatisation of passenger Trains, we should not end up like DMRC as we can’t afford to lose our hard earned tax payers money.

Shri Shiva Gopal Mishra, General Secretary/AIRF

S. No. Points raised
01. Promotion from Level 1 (GP 1800) needs to be expedited.
02. Proposal sent to Ministry of Finance for higher promotional avenues to SSEs in GP Rs.4800 and Rs.5400 needs to be pursued with them.
03. Selections  for  promotions  to  various  posts  on  Zonal  Railways  need  to  be expedited by giving suitable instructions to Zonal Railways.
04. New creation of posts is required for manning of a large number of new assets as well as for operation of new trains.
05.

Robotic surgery should be introduced in Central Hospitals on the lines of major Government and Private Hospitals.

06. In case of inter-divisional transfer due to a vigilance trap, a time limit needs to be fixed for such transfer so that the families of such charged employees do not suffer.
07.

Inter-divisional transfer on the basis of vigilance report was earlier restricted to commercial department only, but as per the new Vigilance Manual of 2018, this has been made applicable to all departments. Para 512 of Vigilance Manual, 2018 relating to inter-divisional transfer for smallest misconduct on the part of employees, needs to be withdrawn.

08. Employees appointed in the month of July are not getting Dress Allowance for that year. AIRF demands that they should be paid Dress Allowance on proportionate basis for the period July to December.
09. 3500 posts of Track Maintainers are vacant on SWR and these posts need to be filled. Large vacancies exist on other Railways for manning of new assets.
10. For  promotion  from  Group  ‘C’  to  ‘B’  under  LDCE  quota,  the  required eligibility criteria of five years regular service needs to be reduced.
11. On SER, 154 vacant posts of SSO have not filled-up and also Appendix-III Examination has not been conducted for the last two years. SSOs from the Headquarter are being transferred to Divisions indiscriminately.
12. Despite  Board’s  orders,  CMSs  are  not  referring  the  patients  to  Referral Hospitals.
13. Action is not being taken on the report of the Committee for Risk and Hardship Allowance.
14. Duty Pass has been restricted as per Board’s instructions contained in RBE No.16/2019. This needs to be reviewed.
15. Ban on direct recruitment in GP 1800 against Sports quota needs to be lifted in order to encourage the joining of young sportsmen in Railways and for promotion of railway sports in the long run.
16. Honorarium payable for Secretarial Assistance provided to offices of Federations/Unions and Associations participating in PREM Group needs to be enhanced.
17. Provision of Co-Pilots in Rajdhani and Rajdhani feature trains needs to be restored.
18. ALPs should not be used as Train Guards. GDCE should be conducted at Zonal Level to fill the vacancies of Train Guards. Wherever necessary, only Sr. ALPs should be deployed as Train Guards after training. On NER, ALPs are being forcibly deployed for Guard Duty on the basis of written orders which is causing unrest among the employees.
19. No consultation was held with Federation before implementing HRMS and consultation is now being held when mess has been created by CRIS. Passes should allowed to be issued both in physical and electronic mode.
20. HIMS also needs to be reviewed due to delays involved and problems being faced by the employees.
21. National Holiday Allowance has been stopped in case of Non-Gazetted Staff in Level-9. This needs to be reviewed and all Group C employees should be eligible for National Holiday Allowance.
22. Companion of visually/physically disabled persons should be provided with facility of Pass.
23. Compassionate Ground appointment in the post of Clerk/Commercial Clerk is not being resorted in Commercial Department despite availability of qualified candidates.
24. Dress Allowance of Track Maintainers, Technical Staff, Line Staff needs to be enhanced from Rs.5000 to 10000.
25. Medical  facilities  at  Shahdol  (SECR)  Sub-Divisional  Hospital  should  be improved by providing Doctors and Paramedical Staff.
26. Referral  facility  of  Super  Specialty  Hospital  at  Raipur(SECR)  should  be continued.
27. In Eastern Railway, facility of Monthly Concession Ticket Order(MCTO) has been stopped. It should be restored, facilitating the staff and their wards.
28. On Eastern Railway, a part panel came in the year 2004 instead of 2002. Such staff should be brought under Old Pension Scheme.
29. Course Completed Act Apprentices need to be regularized in Railways by way of some skill test in continuation of their apprenticeship as they are trained manpower.
30. Women employees in Zonal/Divisional Women Committees should be treated as protected employees like office bearers of recognized unions and their transfers should be bare minimum.
31. Upgradation of Polyclinic of Kazipet (SCR) Sub-Divisional Hospital.
32. Payment of ALK @ 30% to Running Staff during cancellation of Passenger Trains due to COVID-19 Pandemic.
33. In view of use of Computers in all offices in the place of Typewriters, typing test for the post of Junior Clerk/Senior Clerk needs to be dispensed with.
34. Staff  nominated  for  receiving  Awards  should  not  be  forced  to  wear  their uniform.
35. Sub-Section 14, Para 615, Chapter 6 of Indian Railway Medical Manual prescribes that private servant of a Railway employee is also eligible  for medical attendance and treatment as outdoor patient. This needs to be reiterated.
36. Employees transferred from one seniority unit to another seniority unit on their own request are suffering double loss due to instructions issued under RBE No.81/2020 dated 19/09/2020. Pay protection is incomplete because Grade Pay is not protected in such cases during the period 01.01.2006 and 31/12/2015. Instructions issued under RBE 81/2020 are required to be reviewed.
37. Payment of Settlement Dues from Construction Organisation itself to the staff retiring from Construction Organisations.
38. Permission  for  installation  of  ATMs  of  Railway  Employees’  Co-operative Banks in DRM Offices, Railway Stations and Colonies.
39. Recruitment/Promotion Rules in RDSO/LKO should be on the basis of 80:20 instead of 60:20:20.
40. Promotional Avenues of Sr. Physiotherapists in Indian Railways in Group ‘B’ Cadre and filling-up of vacancies.
41. Residential Period – J.E. to A.E., SSO to AO, JAA to AA should be two years.
42. First phase of previous year’s GDCE is not completed on many Railways, including NER.
43. Special Leave Crossing Gate Allowance to Gatemen of Traffic Deptt. of Indian Railways in addition to Engineering Gatemen (Track Maintainers).
44. Sanction for construction of Railway Quarters for Running Staff at the locations where new Headquarters of Crew have been created.
45. Implementation of pay scales recommended by the 7th CPC in case of Medical Lab. Staff – Parity vis-à-vis their counterparts in CGHS and Ministry of Health Hospitals.
46. Extension of UMID facility to Private Servant of a Railway Employee (Chapter 615 of IRMM, Vol.I).
47. Change in the designation of Trains Guard.

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SECTION – B: MINUTES

DG(RHS)/ EDH(P)

55/2012: Sanction of adequate manpower for Central Hospital, West Central Railway, Jabalpur.

To be discussed in a separate meeting.

14/2014: AVC for the categories where there is no avenue of promotion of Group ‘B’ staff etc.

To be discussed in a separate meeting.

15/2015: Creation of posts of various categories of paramedical staff in Medical Department on the basis of yardsticks issued by the Railway Board.

To be discussed in a separate meeting.

24/2016: Setting-up of dormitory for accommodation of companions of cancer patients sent to Tata Memorial Cancer Hospital, Mumbai from JRH(WR) and Byculla Railway Hospital(CR).

To be discussed in a separate meeting.

39/2016: Abrupt enhancement in per-capita charges for the treatment of staff and their family members employed in Railway Co-operative Thrift & Credit Societies/ Banks and other quasi-administrative offices, including Recognized Unions and Federations, for treatment in Railway Hospitals.

To be discussed in a separate meeting.

36/2018: Reimbursement of medical claim cases.

To be discussed in a separate meeting.

44/2018: Upgradation of Divisional Railway Hospital, Bengaluru(SWR) into 100 bedded facilities.

To be discussed in a separate meeting.

50/2018: Amendment/withdrawal of the foot notes below the Item No.58 of the Model SoP 2017(medical matters).

To be discussed in a separate meeting.

AM(RS)

35/2018: Indiscriminate outsourcing plan of printing of books and forms used in the Railways.

Federation pointed out that the staff working in these Printing Presses is not being provided with the workload, which is highly unfair, and demanded that, these staff should be allotted workload of printing various stationery Items, including Money Value Books etc. against the demand from the user departments rather than outsourcing of that work. It was informed by the Official Side that a committee comprising of the EDs, is looking into the issue and thereafter a view will be taken, taking into account all the considerations.

AM(Signal)

23/2016: Development of the S&T Workshops in Indian Railways.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

AM(CE)

26/2018: Restructuring of the cadre of the Track Maintainers.

Federation requested for provision of Grade Pay 4200 in Trackman Cadre. This issue will be discussed separately.

49/2018: Working problems of the JE/ SSE(P.Way) over the Indian Railways.

Old Inspection Schedule and New Inspection Schedule of SSE(P.Way) will be shared with Federation.

AM(Traction)

2/2015: Restoration of process of recruitment of Motorman from open market through RRB in case of Metro Railway Kolkata.

Matter will be examined in consultation with GM/Metro Railway, Kolkata.

24/2021: Air-conditioning of Power Cabins/Route Relay Interlocking Cabins.

Position advised to Federation. Federation will provide the list of specific cases where after the matter will be further examined.

AM(ME)

37/2012: Genuine grievances of AC Mechanics in Technician grades.

Federation demanded that implementation of Board’s instructions contained in letter No.2006/Elec(G)/180/11 dated 14.09.2018 should be shared with them.

EDME(EnHM & Proj.)

19/2015: Recovery of cost of lost linen/blanket etc. at its depreciated value.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

AM(Comml.)

25/2008: Provision of berths for Guards/Crew working spare.

Federation, however, mentioned that, in case some difficulty is experienced by Loco/ Traffic Running Staff in travelling as Spare Crew on various Zones, the same will be brought to the notice of the Official Side to take appropriate action.

16/2012: Creation of additional posts of Ticket Checking Staff for manning new trains and additional coaches. (other officer concerned – EDE(RRB)
&
33/2012: Creation of additional posts of ticket checking staff/TTE and filling up of existing vacancies in ticket checking cadre. (other officer concerned – EDE(RRB)

Separate meeting will be held.

30/2012: Shortage/ excess of petty cash by the Commercial Clerks working on the Booking Counters. (other officer concerned – PED/Vigilance)

Copies of relevant instructions issued by Board were given to the Federation during the meeting.

(Finalised)

28/2014: Revision of norms of manning of coaches.

Separate meeting will be held on 07.12.2021 at 12:00 hrs.

22/2016: Withdrawal of Railway Board’s instructions reg. Ticket Checking Squad – Stipulating five-year period and 2-years cooling off period.

Separate meeting will be held on 07.12.2021 at 12:00 hrs.

02/2021: Permission to Privilege/Complimentary/Post Retirement Complimentary Pass/PTO holders to travel in Vande Bharat Express.

Under examination.

ED(C&IS)

51/2018: Provision of Laptop for all Senior Supervisors working in the Indian Railways under various zones and offices.

This should be discussed with the Federation(AIRF), and thereafter, decision should be recorded.

Adviser(PU)

12/2009: Grant of PCO Allowance/Incentive Bonus to technical staff supporting shops/ Sections (including CMT/C&M Lab.), Drawing/Design, I.T. Power Supply and Stores etc.) – in Railway Workshops and Production Units- Treating them as part of Inspection, Planning & Planning & Progress wings of PCO.

Separate meeting with AM(PU) will be held on 07.12.2021 at 15:00 hrs.

54/2012: Modification of RITES Incentive Scheme – Approval of the Railway Board.

Separate meeting with AM(PU) will be held on 07.12.2021 at 15:00 hrs.

24/2014: Indiscriminate outsourcing in Production Units.

Federation demanded a meeting on the subject with CRB and CEO.

30/2014: Payment of Incentive to Rail Wheel Factory Staff.
&
43/2015: Incentive to PC Bay Staff of Rail Wheel Factory, Bangalore.

Separate meeting with AM(PU) will be held on 07.12.2021 at 15:00 hrs.

1/2018: Revision of Hourly Rates of Incentive Bonus and Bonus Factor of the Workshops and Production Units.

Separate meeting with AM(PU) will be held on 07.12.2021 at 15:00 hrs.

AM(Traffic)

54/2015: Change in the designation of Trains Guard.

Federation was informed that a decision has already been taken to re-designate ‘Guard’ as ‘Train Manager’.

53/2018(i): Problems of the Traffic Staff over the Indian Railways.

Federation was informed that Traffic Transportation Directorate has found the demand of safety shoes for shunting staff appropriate. Accordingly, necessary action is being taken to process the case with the approval of competent authority.

DG(Safety)

26/2010: Implementation of the recommendation of the Railway Safety Review Committee, 1998.

Status of implementation of 05 pending recommendations of the Railway Safety Review Committee will be obtained from concerned Directorates and the same will be shared with the Federation.

25/2018: Award to the Railway Staff for the Accident Free Service.

Federation(AIRF)’s demand for Accident Free Service Award to other categories will be examined.

AM(Revenue)/EDF(E) – {other officer: EDP C–I}

20/2021: Revision of pension of pre-2016 Retired Running Staff – Instructions issued by Railway Board incorrect and improper to be rectified.

Item will be finalised after furnishing copy of the Supreme Court Judgement to AIRF.

ED(E&R)

11/2021: Bringing together all the stations of Northern, North Eastern and North Central Railways in and around Allahabad City Area under Administrative Control of NCR.

To be examined.

EDE

01/2021: Faulty procedure/policy of conducting D&AR Enquiry in Vigilance Cases.

Federation clarified that their demand is that the Vigilance Inspectors after their repatriation, should not be given postings as Enquiry Officers or Enquiry Inspectors. They also clarified that the matter pertains to Vigilance and not Establishment.

PED(Accounts)

30/2011: Issue of PPOs and making entry of payment of Medical Allowance to Pensioners/ Family Pensioners.

To be examined.

9/2015: Re-deployment of surplus Cash & Pay Staff over the Indian Railways.

To be examined.

10/2016: Acute shortage of staffs in Accounts Department (especially in Supervisory SSO Cadre).
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57/2016: Filling-up of supervisory posts of Accounts Department.

Instructions for GDCE for filling the vacancies of Accounts Clerks and Jr. Accounts Assistants have been issued by Accounts Dte. vide RBA No.65/2021. Item may be treated as finalised.

(Finalised)

4/2018: Suo-moto revision of pension of pre-2016 retirees.

A special drive will be launched for two months to liquidate the pending cases.

40/2018: Issue regarding I-PAS.

Item will be finalised after sharing Item-wise remarks with the Federation(AIRF).

08/2021: Settlement of dues of officers/staff on retirement.

The matter will be reviewed.

10/2021: Filling up of the Supervisory Posts of Sr. ISA and Sr. TIA Grade Rs.9300- 34800 (Grade Pay Rs.4800) through Direct Recruitment on N.F. Railway.

Instructions for GDCE for filling the vacancies of Accounts Clerks and Jr. Accounts Assistants have been issued by Accounts Dte. vide RBA No.65/2021. This will increase the base in feeder category for selection of Supervisors. Item may be treated as finalised.

(Finalised)

14/2021: Calculation of Income Tax on arrears of Revised Rate of KMA etc. – Issue of Revised Form 16 – Reg.

CRIS has been instructed to develop the report. Item shall be finalised once CRIS develops suitable programming to resolve this issue.

AM(L&A)

59/2006: Maintenance of Railway Colonies.
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49/2016: Drastic reduction in allotment of fund on staff amenities under Plan Head-52.

Details of constructions of new quarters and redevelopment of 85 Railway Colonies to be shared with Federation(AIRF). Federation demanded that 25% of the Dwelling Units to be sold by the Colonisers on commercial basis, should be reserved for serving and retired railwaymen on no profit and no loss basis.

JS(C)

01/2016: Implementation of the report of the E.D. Committee regarding granting Zonal Railway status to Metro Railway Kolkata.

A copy of Board’s letter dated 12.07.2018 will be given to Federation(AIRF) and status will be shared with them.

04/2016: Acute shortage of Doctors in Rangiya Division of N.F. Railway – Denial of SDA to Contract Doctors.

Instructions already issued.

(Finalised)

EDF(X)-I

56/2012: Reckoning of Running Allowance as Pay for the purpose of deduction of Income Tax –Enhancement in ceiling limit reg.

AIRF demanded that, reference should be made to the CBDT/ MoF with proper and convincing justification, laying down that, Running Allowance, being paid to Traffic and

Loco Running Staff over the Indian Railways, also contains element of T.A., being paid to other than Running Staff, on which Income Tax is deducted. As such, that portion of Running Allowance, which is in lieu of T.A., needs to be exempted from deduction of Income Tax.

EDPC-II

16/2009: Granting of Additional Allowance in favour of Loco and Traffic Running staff – extension of recommendation of VI CPC.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

26/2011: Grant of parity to the Stenographers working in the Zonal Railways.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

05/2014: Fixation of pay on promotion to a post carrying higher duties and responsibilities but carrying same grade pay.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

31/2015: Implementation of Cadre Restructuring in RCF/ RBL.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

06/2016: Cadre Restructuring of leftover categories.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

09-A/2016: Cadre Restructuring of Cipher Staff over the Indian Railways.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

60/2016: Review of RRs, upgradation of pay scales and change in nomenclature of designations of the Medical Lab. Staff of the Indian Railways.

Matter is under examined.

3/2018: Denial of opportunity of exercising option as provided for in RBE No.95/2013 of the Railway Board, to retired railway employees.

Federation(AIRF) demanded that one more option be given to employees upto 31.03.2022 in view of Covid pandemic.

10/2018: Inclusion of OHE, TRD and Artisan Staff engaged along with Track Maintainers and S&T Staff in Risk and Hardship Allowance.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

12/2018: Eligibility criteria for payment of Dress Allowance.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

24/2018: Granting of annual increment either from 1st January or from 1st July in terms of Para 10 of the Railway Services(Revised Pay) Rules, 2016.

A list of specific cases deviating from existing rules will be furnished by the Federation(AIRF).

30/2018: Implementation of the 7th CPC recommendations with regard to upgrading of pay scales of six categories of posts.

To be discussed separately with AM(HR).

37/2018: Payment of Risk and Hard Duty Allowance to various categories of Railwaymen and improvement therein.

A Committee consisting four SAG Officers from Official side and two members each from the recognized Federations of Indian Railways i.e. NFIR and AIRF has been constituted vide Board’s letter No.ERB-I/2019/23/09 dated 11.02.2019 & dated 20.02.2019 to holistically examine the inclusion of fresh categories within the ambit of Risk and Hardship Allowance introduced by 7th CPC. The matter is under examination.

39/2018: Option for drawing pay under 7th CPC.

To be discussed separately with AM(HR).

41/2018: Unjustified denial of payment of Risk and Hard Duty Allowance to the Trackmen working in the Construction Organization.

The issue was examined in consultation with Civil Engineering and Finance Directorates. Board(MS) agreed with the view that considering the relative profile of Track Maintainers

posted in open line working and Construction Organizations respectively, the latter are not eligible for grant of Risk and Hardship Allowance. Necessary clarification was issued to Railways on the subject matter vide letter dated 25.10.2018. The Federation(AIRF) demanded that, this Item be discussed separately with the Member(Infra) and DG(P), Railway Board, along with competent officer of the Finance Directorate, Railway Board, for evolving an amicable solution thereof.

47/2018: Grant of one increment to employees retiring on 30th June/ 31st December.

Matter is sub-judice.

53/2018(ii): Problems of the Traffic Staff over the Indian Railways.

As per recommendation of Cadre Restructuring Committee as accepted by Board/MR, cadre restructuring of Shunting Master/Jamadar in Level 4 & 6, Cabinmen in Level 2 & 4 and Shuntman/ Pointsman/Leverman in Level 1 & 2 of Traffic Department has already been done as per Board’s Cadre Restructuring orders dated 08.10.2013. To look into the issue of career progression of Pointsman, a committee nominated for the purpose has submitted its recommendations, which has been processed.

53/2018(iii): Problems of the Traffic Staff over the Indian Railways.

Federation(AIRF) demanded that a proposal be sent to Ministry of Finance.

60/2018: Allotment of pay scale of Grade Pay Rs.2000 (level 3 in terms of 7th CPC) in favour of entry level pay of Dressers.

Proposal to upgrade pay structure of entry grade of Dressers/OTAs on Railways from Level- 2 to Level-3 has been sent to Ministry of Finance vide OM dated 12.04.2017 followed by DO letters from various levels. Reply from Ministry of Finance is awaited.

07/2021: Enhancement in the rates of Dress Allowance to the categories of Running Staff, Bridge Staff, Ticket Checking Staff and AC Mechanics etc. on Indian Railways.

Under examination. Comments of concerned Directorates will be obtained for respective categories.

15/2021: Grant of next increment in revised pay structure – 7th CPC.

Position advised. Federation insisted that a proposal alongwith justification in this matter may be sent to Ministry of Finance.

27/2021: Payment of Risk & Hardship Allowance during the period of sickness on account of being hurt on duty.

Matter will be examined in-house.

28/2021: Parity in pay-scale of ECG Technicians in Indian Railways, vis-a-vis those of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

To be examined in consultation with Health Directorate.

30/2021: Grant of benefit of Notional Increment w.e.f. 01.11.2013 to the staff of RWF/YNK promoted against chain resultant vacancies in April 2016.

Federation was informed that all necessary payments as per the restructuring orders have been made and all the vacancies including resultant vacancies arising due to cadre restructuring were filled up duly extending promotional benefit to employees of various departments w.e.f. 01.11.2013. Federation, however, raised the issue of filling the resultant vacancies which will be examined. This will be confirmed from PCPO/ RWF.

ED(PSU)

58/2016: Inclusion of the KRCL Staff for transfer to the Indian Railway jurisdiction.

To be examined.

JS(Deputation)

13/2016: Payment of Foreign Allowance to the staff of Thar Express.

Federation(AIRF) demanded that the rule of 30%, 70% and 100% for payment of Foreign Allowance to the staff of Thar Express should be considered. It was decided to reexamine the matter.

ED(T&MPP)

29/2021: Revision of Yardsticks.

The revised yardsticks were finalised by taking into account views of Railways, concerned department and issued with the approval of Board. Revised yardsticks will be shared with Federation.
(Finalised)

EDE(N)

43/2002: Review of system of construction reserve posts for non-gazetted staff.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

56/2006: Indian Railway Tourism and Catering Corporation – Catering staff on deputation.

Federation was apprised with the position. The matter has been considered by Board and has not been found feasible of acceptance. No new facts have been brought out by the Federations for reconsidering the case. Moreover, the matter is sub-judice.

Federation demanded separate meeting with AM(HR).

26/2008: Upgradation of Horticulture staff.

This item will be transferred to EDPC-II. Separate meeting will be held with Pay Commission Directorate.

25/2011: Selection for J.E. Pay Band 9300-34800 – Eligibility thereof.

A separate meeting will be held with AM(HR).

48/2012: Revision of rate of incentive for acquiring higher academic/technical education during service.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

03/2013: Procedure for selection for promotion from GP 1800 to GP 1900 against Departmental Promotion Quota.

Matter will be examined

11/2016: Selection from Group ‘D’ to Group ‘C’ against 33⅓% quota and 16⅔% quota in Civil Engineering Bridge Department of N.F. Railway.

Separate meeting will be held.

13/2013: Non-finalization of latest Avenue of Promotion Chart in case of Parliament Catering Staff after implementation of VI CPC recommendations and merger of grades.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

16/2013: Appointment on compassionate ground to the wards of medically decategorized staff.

Federation requested to review the matter.

21/2014: Non-regularization of the Substitutes after 120 days of their engagement.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised).

22/2014: Revision of percentage distribution of posts of Track Maintainers.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

27/2018: Non-implementation of Railway Board’s orders, issued vide RBE No.91/2012 dated 17.08.2012 and RBE No.33/2014 dated 01.04.2014, on South Central Railway in true spirit.

To be examined by Pay Commission Directorate.

26/2014: Allotment of GP 1800 in PB-I to Commercial Porters and Safaiwalas of MTP Railway Kolkata.

Federation demanded that the matter may be reviewed.

20/2015: Mode of selection for promotion to the post of Shunting Jamadar(PB-I + GP 2400) – Traffic/Transportation Department.
&
57/2015: Change in the promotional procedure of Shunting Master Gr.I & Gr.II.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

21/2015: Absorption of the staff who opted from various Zonal Railways etc. in RCF/RBL.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

58/2015: Grievances of RCF/RBL Staff – Incentive to serving railway employees on joining RCF/RBL.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

02/2016: Recruitment Rules for introduction and filling-up the initial grade vacancies of Fire Cadre, Metro Railway Kolkata.

Details have been called for from field units (Zonal Railways/PUs) including Metro Railway Kolkata. Matter will be further examined.

18/2016: Merger of Senior Cashier’s grade with the ADC/IOC post.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

33/2016: Appointment on compassionate ground – acquisition of higher qualification.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

42/2016: Compassionate grounds appointment to daughter-in-law of the deceased railway employee.

Federation demanded a separate meeting with AM(HR).

51/2016: Increasing Promotion Quota percentage for Technician III posts in Diesel/ Electric Loco/ EMU Sheds on Indian Railways.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

55/2016: Advancement prospects for Lab. Asstt. of CMT Organization under Mechanical Department of Indian Railways.

Federation demanded that the matter may be reviewed.

13/2018: Request for grant of one time dispensation for promotion of Appendix II IREM Qualified Accounts Staff as JAAs under DR Quota on S.C. Railway.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

14/2018: Avenue of promotion to the post of Tech. GR.III in S&T Department.

Federation demanded that the matter may be reviewed.

18/2018: Disparity in revised rates/remuneration to re-engaged staff prior and post from dated 16.10.2017.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

28/2018: Recruitment/Promotion Rules in RDSO, Lucknow, commensurate to other Zonal Railways in various departments.

To be examined as per discussions held.

29/2018: Withdrawal of “Very Good” benchmark in place of “Good” benchmark for the purpose of financial upgradation under MACPS.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

31/2018: One time relaxation in qualification criteria to appear in the selection of Technician Gr. III against 25% Talented quota.

Federation demanded that the matter may be reviewed.

45/2018: Eligibility to appear for promotion to the post of Jr. Clerk in GP Rs.1900(Level- 2) from the staff in GP Rs.1800(Level- 1) against 33-1/3% quota – Case of erstwhile Group `D’ staff working in General Stores Depot of Stores Department.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

46/2018: Alternative appointment to Women Trackmen, Assistant Loco Pilot and Train Guards.

Federation demanded a separate meeting with CRB & CEO.

56/2018: Filling-up of vacancies in Clerical Cadre.

Federation demanded that the matter may be reviewed.

05/2021: Wrong eligibility criteria issued by the Railway Board for selection of 33- 1/3% for the category of Commercial Clerk-Cum Ticket Checking after merger of TC and CC under 7th CPC.

Necessary instructions have been issued. The item may be treated as finalised.

(Finalised)

09/2021: Timely holding of GDCE/LDCE “Open to All”.

To be examined.

12/2021: Review of passing marks in Selections/Suitability Tests for promotions to non-gazetted posts.

Provision of negative marking for LDCE will be examined.

13/2021: Absorption of Course Completed Act Apprentices in the Railways.

Position advised to Federation. However, Federation insisted to review the matter.

16/2021: Induction of Track Maintainers into other departments.

Matter will be examined in consultation with Civil Engineering Directorate.

18/2021: Promotion of Group ‘D’ staff in S&T Department as ESM-III, MSM-III, TCM-III and WTM-III in Level 2 educational qualification.

Federation will give the details to understand the magnitude of the case.

21/2021: Mode of filling of vacancies of Tower Wagon Driver.

Under examination in consultation with Electrical Engineering Directorate.

26/2021: Fixation of Pay of Running Staff on medical de-categorization and on absorption in alternative (stationery) post.

Federation demanded that the matter may be referred to Ministry of Finance.

EDPC-I

5/2006: Avenues of promotion of Senior Supervisor in Scale S-13 to S-14 Group ‘B’ (Gazetted) on railways.

Proposal has been sent to Ministry of Finance. This item may be transferred to EDPC-II.

30/2008: Voluntary Retirement of Drivers and Gangmen.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

7/2010: Inclusion of left out categories of the staff working in Railway Hospitals of the Indian Railways for the purview of Hospital Patient Care Allowance.

As and when the orders from MoH&FW are received, necessary corresponding orders in respect of Railway employees would be issued accordingly.

3/2011: Revision of rates of Kilometreage Allowance and Allowance in lieu of Kilometreage (ALK).

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

4/2011: Placement of Pharmacists in the Entry GP of 4200(non-functional grade) on completion of two years service in GP 2800 as well as grant of three MACPs to the Pharmacist category on the Indian Railways.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

10/2011: Grant of pay scale 5000–8000 (pre–revised)/ PB–II GP 4200 in new pay scales to Tower Wagon Drivers of Electrical Department.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

13/2011: Grant of LAP, LHAP and Casual Leave to paramedical staff engaged to work in Railway Hospitals etc. on contract basis.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

18/2012: Payment of Breakdown Overtime Allowance to Mechanical Supervisors(C&W) – Mechanical Department.

Staff Side demanded that the revised list of Supervisory staff in accordance with 7th CPC should be finalised after consultation with Federation. The demand regarding payment of Overtime Allowance to staff working in the grades of Supervisor categories will be examined.

24/2013: Payment of Special Allowance to Traffic Gatemen deployed to work on Level Crossing Gates.

It was decided that the matter will be re-submitted to Ministry of Finance and a copy of the reference will be sent to AIRF.

29/2013: Stepping up of pay to Loco Running Supervisors promoted prior to 01.01.2006, viz-à-viz their juniors promoted after 01.01.2006.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

15/2014: MACP Scheme for Railway Servants – Treatment of employees selected under LDCE/ GDCE Scheme – Clarification reg.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

07/2015: Anomaly in granting financial upgradation under MACP Scheme to directly recruited Engineering Graduates as HDA.

Matter was referred to DOP&T who have not agreed to the same vide ID Note dated 20.07.2016. Reply of DOP&T will be shared with AIRF.

27/2015: Denial of due financial benefits on promotion – Case of the Motormen of Central Railway.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

39/2015: Consideration of the period spent by Loco Pilots as Crew Controllers/ Power Crew Controllers for the purpose of employment under LARSGESS.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

35/2016: MACP benefit to Nursing Staff like other CG Hospitals.

A copy of the O.M. dated 09.09.2016 of MOH&FW will be shared with AIRF.

36/2016: Implementation of MACP Scheme over Indian Railways – Discrepancies – Reg.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

46/2016: Benchmarking for MACP from Good to Very Good.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

48/2016: Payment of Officiating Allowance to Running Staff in higher grade up to 30 days – Error in placing bracket in Rule 913(i)(a) of IREM-1.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

59/2016: Payment of bonus to erstwhile IRCTC staff absorbed in the Railways.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

2/2018: Inclusion of Vasai-Virar Municipal Area in Greater Mumbai Urban Agglomeration.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

5/2018: Reckoning of GP 4200 (VI CPC), Pay Level (VII CPC) as initial entry grade for granting financial upgradation under MACP Scheme to the Station Masters Category.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

11/2018: Payment of National Holiday Allowance to Non-Gazetted Staff working in level-9 and above.

Federation stated that during the 6th CPC, all Non-Gazetted staff irrespective of Grade Pay were eligible for National Holiday Allowance. Federation demanded that the matter may be reviewed.

16/2018: Grant of financial upgradation under MACPS to Serving Graduate Clerks appointed against 13-1/3% LDCE Quota.

Federation was informed that an SLP in this case is pending in the Hon’ble Supreme Court and a Notice has been served vide order dated 17.05.2018. Since the matter is sub-judice, no decision/ action can be taken at this stage. The updated position be apprised.

17/2018: Implementation of Maternity Leave Benefit (Amendment) Act, 2017.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

20/2018: Admissibility of House Rent Allowance in the event of non-acceptance or surrender of railway residential accommodation.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

21/2018: Revision of the Diet Charges for Breakdown Staff.

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

23/2018: Grant of MACP to the SOMs/Sr. PWSs of the Civil Engineering Department.
&
25/2021: Grant of MACP to SOMs/ Sr. PWSs of Civil Engg. Department (Similar to PNM/AIRF Item No. 23/2018).

Matter will be discussed separately with AM(HR).

33/2018: Benefit of financial upgradation under MACPS to Train Guards.

To be reviewed.

34/2018: Reduction in Night Duty Allowance upon implementation of 7th CPC recommendations.

Discussed and finalised.

38/2018: Stepping-up of pay of seniors in relation to their juniors.

(Finalised)

Discussed and finalised. A copy of DOP&T’s ID Note dated 31.01.2020 will be shared with the Federation(AIRF).

(Finalised)

42/2018: Wrong revision of rate of stipend for the category of Station Master and TC after implementation of 7th CPC.

It was decided that necessary clarification to Board’s letter dated 16.09.2020 (RBE No.80/2020) will be issued and thereafter the item will be treated as finalised.

(Finalised)

03/2021: Wrong revision of stipend after implementation of 7th CPC for the categories of Station Master and Ticket Examiner.

It was decided that necessary clarification to Board’s letter dated 16.09.2020 (RBE No.80/2020) will be issued and thereafter the item will be treated as finalised.

(Finalised)

17/2021: Implementation of recommendations of the 7th CPC accepted by the Government – Qualification Pay renamed as “Railway Account Examination Allowance”.

Matter will be reviewed in the light of the comments received from Federation that Qualification Pay whose nomenclature has been changed as ‘Railway Accounts Examination Allowance’ was earlier counted for the purpose of fixation of pay on promotion to next higher grade.

22/2021: Fixation of pay of the employees who got promoted to the post of higher pay level after being granted the benefit of pay fixation on grant of financial upgradation under MACPS.

Position explained. Federation requested that the Item may be kept open.

ADG(RPF)

43/2018: Review of existing Ministerial System working in Security Branches at Zonal and Divisional level.

Federation demanded that a joint meeting of both the Federations with CRB & CEO may be held.

PED(IR)/ DE(G)

07-A/2016: Delay in granting of sanction of Honorarium to Accounts Staff over Northern Railway in the competency of Railway Board for the years 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14.
& 07-B/2016 Sanction of Honorarium claim.

– A: Revised proposal from Northern Railway is yet to be received. Thereafter, necessary action will be taken.

– B: Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

37/2016: Retention of accommodation on normal rent – Staff working in sensitive posts, transfer to other places.

Federation demanded that the matter may be reviewed.

58/2018: Incentive to the staff posted on “identified difficult projects” of N.F. Railway
– Air travel facility.

Federation demanded that the matter may be reviewed.

PED(IR)/ JDE(W)

7/2012: Implementation of various welfare schemes announced by the then Hon’ble Minister for Railway during her Rail Budget Speech.

It was decided that status of implementation shall be obtained from concerned Directorates.

21/2016: Change in the colour of dress of contractual labour engaged in AC Coaches.

It was decided that status of implementation shall be obtained from concerned Directorates.

52/2018: Setting-up of Kendriya Vidyalaya at Rangapara North and North Lakhimpur of Rangiya Division, N.F. Railway.

Discussed and finalised.

53/2018(iv): Problems of the Traffic Staff over the Indian Railways.

(Finalised)

Discussed and finalised.

(Finalised)

55/2018: Granting of three sets of Privilege Passes annually to all the Non-Gazetted Staff on appointment in the Railways.

Federation demanded separate meeting with AM(HR).

04/2021: Eligibility criteria for Post-Retirement Complimentary Passes to Retired Railway Employees – Amendment in the condition of minimum period of 20 years service for the same.

To be examined in consultation with Finance Directorate.

19/2021: Change in colour of uniform – C&W and Nursing Staff of Indian Railways.

Staff Side was informed that the demand with regard to C&W Staff has been agreed by the concerned Directorate. As regards, the demand for change in the colour of uniform for Nursing Staff, the matter will be examined in consultation with Health Directorate.

PED(IR)/ DE(LL)

20/2009: Rest Rules for Running Staff.

The matter is under examination.

19/2014: Implementation of the Report of High Power Committee constituted to review duty hours of Running Staff and other Safety related Categories of Staff.

Para 9.32 and 9.35 are under examination.

36/2015: Payment of ex-gratia and Workmen Compensation in favour of railway employees who either sustained permanent injuries or die while on duty.

Federation demanded that information regarding payment of ex-gratia to late Amit Kumar Singh, Ex-TTE/LKO under Employees Compensation Act may be obtained.

52/2015: Grievances of the Traffic Controllers – Early redressal thereof.

The matter is under examination.

48/2018: Denial of Overtime Allowance to Supervisory Staff of Electrical and Mechanical Departments, deputed to escort Rajdhani Express Trains.

Revised list of Supervisory Staff will be finalised in accordance with 7th CPC Pay Scales incorporating suggestions from Zonal Railways. Thereafter, the list will be sent to Ministry of Labour and Employment after discussion with recognised Federations.

53/2018(i): Problems of the Traffic Staff over the Indian Railways.

To be examined.

23/2021: Grant of Overtime Allowance to Supervisors.

Staff Side demanded that the revised list of Supervisory staff in accordance with 7th CPC should be finalised after consultation with Federation. The demand regarding payment of Overtime Allowance to staff working in the grades of Supervisor categories will be examined.

PED(IR)/ DDE(LR)I

27/2013: AC Card Passes to the Divisional Office Bearers of the AIRF affiliated unions.

Federation demanded that the matter may be reviewed.

59/2015: Issue of Card Passes to Central Office Bearers of Zonal Railway Unions and Zonal Secretaries of AIRF in the Production Units.

Federation demanded that the matter may be reviewed.

37/2015: Provision of office accommodation to recognized trade unions.

It was decided that a reference be sent to GM/NWR from AM(HR).

29/2016: Granting of holiday to Ministerial Staff working in Workshop and Workshop administrative offices at par with the staff working in Zonal/Divisional Headquarters administrative office.

To be discussed in a separate meeting.

9/2018: Recognition of the union in the RDSO, Lucknow.

To be examined.

06/2021: Payment of Honorarium to PREM Secretarial Assistance.

Under examination.

SECTION – C: SUMMARY

 

Items listed for discussion

Items discussed Items could not be discussed for want of time Items finalised  

Balance

184 = 154 Old + 30 New

175 9 57 + 1 partly 126 + 1 partly

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  • Punam Chawla 4 weeks ago

    Sir what about the withdrawal of RBE31/2021 as it was your one of ur agenda items