NFIR General Secretary writes to PM seeking attention for 7th Pay Commission Minimum Pay and multiplication factor
Minutes of the meeting of Committee set up to examine feasibility of implementation of recommendation of the 7th CPC for revision of pension of pre 2016 pensioners held on 06.10.2016
7th Pay Commission implementation on MACP – NFIR opposes the order issued by the Govt which modifies the grading for MACP from “Good” to “Very Good”
Upgradation of Junior Accounts Assistants GP 2800 to GP 4200 in Railways – Implementation of the VII CPC recommendations (Para 11.62.15) – NFIR
7th Pay commission allowances committee – NFIR reports on the discussions made in the meeting
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR) urges for review of Transfer policy causing difficulties to Group ‘C’ staff
Federation is for continuing the pay elements 30% and 55% of pay which are in vogue since the time of 4th CPC as far as running allowance is concerned without any dilution even when 7th CPC Pay Matrix levels are to be implemented
The National Federation of Indian Railways (NFIR) is extremely disappointed that despite the intervention of the Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training in 2014, the Railway Board has tuned a blind eye to their request.
NFIR requests Railway Board for pay parity between Seniors and Juniors consequent to implementation of 6th CPC
Govt has recently passed the bill for revision of Bonus calculation from Rs. 3500/- to Rs.7000/- and the eligibility ceiling to Rs. 21,000 with effect from 01.04.2014 – As Railway Employees are entitled to Productivity linked Bonus all Railway Unions are pressing the Govt for grant of arrears of bonus for the financial year 2014-15
NFIR, one of the Railway Unions has in its press release on Union Budget 2016 stated that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’ s Budget (2016-17) failed to address the genuine aspirations of working class
National Federation Of Indian Railwaymen presents comparison chart of financial benefits out of MACP and ACP Scheme. NFIR says ACP was much more beneficial as it followed Promotional hierarchy
NJCA demands for fixing minimum pay of Central Government Employees at Rs.26,000. NFIR, one of the Railway Employees Associations which is a part of NJCA reports on representation made before 7th Pay Commission Implementation Cell and calls for the support of Central Government Employees for the all India Strike planned on 11th April 2016.
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen request to Railway Board for Grant of pay fixation under Rule S-13 to the erstwhile Group ‘D’ staff promoted to same Grade Pay of Rs. 1800/- (PB-I )
Any passing of ‘stop’ signal (except permissible signals and those permitted under certain rules such as Automatic signals) at danger by a loco without authority is treated as SPAD irrespective of distance travelled by Loco after passing a signal at danger. Safety Directorate is of the view that the same should continue.