NFIR Requests for Grant of 1st Class Privilege Pass to the ASMs GP 2800/- upgraded to GP 4200/- (PB-2)/7th CPC Pay Level 6
Grant of Privilege Passes/PTOs to dependent relatives — Raising the income ceiling.
Travel Pass to Railway Employees after implementation of 7th Pay Commission Report – Regulation of entitlement of Passes & PTOs till issue of orders on the basis of Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016.
Railway Board denied complimentary passes to the widows of deceased railway employees who had retired before completing 20 years of service and dies thereafter. NFIR requests allowing complimentary passes to the widow of the deceased railway employees appointed on or after 12/03/1987, retired, before completing 20 years service and died subsequently.
Ministry of Railways will issue Privilege Pass/PTO 5 month in advance in terms of amendments made to the Railway Servants (Pass) Rules, 1986 on next year’s account
Railway Board also permits for inclusion of widow mother-in-law in the Privilege Pass apart from family members and dependent relatives
While Railway Board allows Railway Pass for Mentally disabled son of serving or retired railway employee, spouse of such children will be not be given Railway Pass as ordered by Railway Board
Railways has approved retirement complimentary passes to Group C employees
Railway Ministry has issued a letter to all GMs of Railways Extending the validity of full / half sets of Privilege Passes, Post Retirement Complimentary Passes, widow Passes and Privilege Ticket Orders and advance reservation period up to 5 months from 4 months.
Post Retirement Complementary Railway Passes applicable to retired Railway Employees What are Post Retirement Complementary Passes? (i) On Retirement On Retirement, Post Retirement Complementary Passes are admissible as under: Group No. of Passes admissible ‘A’ & ‘B’ i-Three sets of Passes when service is 25 years or more ii-Two sets of Passes when service is over […]
Income Ceiling in the Grant of Privilege Passes / PTOs to dependent relatives – Railways instructs to follow prescribed income ceiling scrupulously