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Compendium of Railway Board Orders - An IRTSA Compilation

Compendium of Railway Board Orders - An IRTSA Compilation

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An IRTSA Compilation of Railway Board Orders on Pay and Allowances and Retirement Benefits after Sixth Central Pay Commission
An IRTSA Compilation of Railway Board Orders on Pay and Allowances and Retirement Benefits after Sixth Central Pay Commission

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Compendium of Railway Board orders
On 
PayAllowances
and
Retirement Benefits
after 
Sixth Central Pay Commission
An
I R T S A C O M P I L A T I O N
(All the Railway Board orders released up to 19.02.2009)
Compiled by
K.V.RAMESH
,
ACT/IRTSA
 
Indian Railways Technical Supervisors Association
M. Shanmugam, Central President,
# 4, Sixth Street, TVS Nagar,Chennai- 600050.
Email-
cpirtsa@yahoo.com 
.Mob: 09443140817
Harchandan Singh, General Secretary,
32, Phase 6, Mohali,Chandigarh-160055.
Email-gsirts@yahoo.com  
Ph
:0172-2228306,
 
931613159)
 
For members Use only 
 
 
AIMS, OBJECTS & HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF IRTSA
IRTSA was formed in November, 1965, with an objective to unite & strive for better serviceconditions and emoluments of the Technical Supervisors on the Indian Railways. Prior toformation of IRTSA, there was no platform or organization to represent this vital MiddleManagement Category of Technical Supervisors on the Railways. Consequently thecategory had suffered tremendously at the hands of First and Second Pay Commissions due tolack of any forum to represent them before either of these forums
(set up between 1946 - 1948 & 1957 - 1959 respectively).
On November 1, 1965, initiative was taken by a group of Apprentice Mechanics & Ex-Apprentice Mechanics of Northern Railway, Lucknow, to form an Association to represent themat various levels. Shri Harchandan Singh – who was at that time only a third year Apprentice of Northern Railway at Lucknow - was asked to take the lead. Heimmediately toured and contacted counterparts on other zonal Railways and called them for ameeting at ICF Chennai, in the last week of November, 1965, The meeting was attended byrepresentatives from each of the 9 Zonal Railways and 3 Production Units.Finally an Association was formed on 27
th
November, 1965, at Chennai. Shri HarchandanSingh was elected as its first General Secretary.Association was initially named as Indian Railways Apprentice Mechanics & Ex-Apprentice Mechanics Association. Within an year thereof, the name of the Association waschanged to INDIAN RAILWAYS TECHNICAL SUPERVISORS ASSOCIATION (IRTSA), in ahistoric All India Conference held at New Delhi, on 27
th
November, 1966. The Conference waslargely attended and widely publicized in the media. The Association worked in coordination withIndian Railways Foremen Association - which was formed in 1964 and which was finally mergedwith IRTSA in August, 1970 during the All India Joint Convention held at Ajmer.IRTSA has a strong organization and has made remarkable achievements – continuouslystruggling for the betterment of Technical Supervisors and Railway men at large during the last43 years in spite of the fact hat it has not been given a
‘de-jure’ 
recognition. Highlights of major achievements are enlisted on back side,
But there is still a long way to go and thestruggle must go on …..
 
 
MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OF IRTSA
1.
There are numerous achievement of IRTSA - most vital amongst them is the provision of aneffective platform for uniting and highlighting the problems & aspirations of Technical Supervisors /Engineers on the Indian Railways and representing the same before the Administration as well asbefore all the Pay Commissions and other forums, and developing better industrial relations withstaff & administration.2. a) Allotment of highest Pay Scales to Technical Supervisors / Engineers amongst group Cincluding the scale of Rs. 840-1200 through 3rd, CPC and Rs. 2375 - 3500 through Fourth CPC.3. Reduction in number of scales of Technical Supervisors from 6 to 4 by 3rd Pay Commission,further reduction to 2 scales by Sixth Pay Commission.4. Honorarium to JEs for payment of Boxing & Disbursement of wages to staff –(in 1968 andsubsequent revision thereof).5. a) Bringing entire cadre of Technical Supervisors in one category - (from JE to SSE) in 1984onwards, for Cadre Restructuring.b) Raising of no. of SSEs posts from 3% in Workshops & 1.5% on the Open Line to 10% in1984, 17% in 1993 and 18% to 21%in 2003.C) Raising of number of SEs post from 12% to 29%.6. Change of designation of Technical Supervisors as Engineers (as Junior Engineer, SectionEngineer and Senior Section Engineer)7. Upgrading of Mistries to Junior Engineers II.8. Hurt on Duty / Hospital Leave to Apprentices / Trainees (in 1967).9. Counting of Apprenticeship / training period for Retirement and incremental benefits etc.10. Reduction of training period of JEs to 18 months.11. Grant of PCO Allowance to PCO Staff.12. Revision of rates of Incentive Bonus (in 1968, 1975, 1990 & 1998).13. Revision of Stipend equal to pay during Apprenticeship / Training.14. Grant of Special Pay / Allowance to Instructors and Lecturers.15. Won the case in CAT for grant of Group "B" status to Sr. Technical Supervisors.16. PLB for all Technical Supervisors irrespective of their pay limit.17. Raising SSE pay scale to Rs. 7450-11500 instead of Rs. 7000 - 11500 recommended by 5thCPC .18. Grant of scale of Rs. 7450-11500 to Drawing & Design staff.19. Re-designation of Drawing & Design Staff as Engineers
 
(as Junior Engineer, Section Engineer and Senior Section Engineer)20. Grant of Incentive Bonus to Senior Supervisors working in Production Units and Workshops.21. Minimum three ACPs in the career.22. Running Pay band concept eliminating the stagnation of Pay.23. HRA on the basis of percentage to Basic pay through V CPC24. Annual increment on the basis of percentage to basic pay through Sixth pay commission.
Struggle continuous forBetter PayBetter Career ProgressionBetter Working Conditions
Rail Engineers
 
Regularly read
“VOICE OF RAIL ENGINEERS”
Bi-Monthly Journal Published by IRTSA
Send your Subscription @ Rs.50 per year to
K.V.RAMESH, G3-LIKITH HOMES,3, Lakshmanan Nagar West Street, Peravallur,Chennai-600082. 09444100842, 09003149578E-Mail-rameshirtsa@yahoo.co.in.
Visit www.irtsa.net – a multifaceted website

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