Grant of Dearness Relief to Railway pensioners/family pensioners Revised rate effective from 01.07.2016 on implementation of decision taken on recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission
Implementation of the recommendation of the 7th CPC – Option regarding commutation of additional amount of pension.
7th Pay Commission Pension for Post 2016 Pensioners – Railway Board Order on Implementation of the recommendations of 7th CPC- Revision of Post-2016 pension cases
BPS requests Railways Minister for digitalization of Railway Pensions
Railway Employees who are in receipt of stipend prior to 01.01.2004 would also be covered under the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972
Railway Board’s order for paying full pension for pre-2006 Railway Pensioners with less than 33 years of service is in line with similar order issued by Department of Pension for Central Government Pensioners
Railways Senior Citizens Welfare Society has made a representation to the Hon’ble PM regarding minimum pension for Pre-2006 Pensioners who retired from posts where pay scales have been merged/upgraded
RSCWS says that serious inadequacies and injustice have been caused to to the Central Government Pensioners in the 7th Pay Commission Recommendations. The Pensioners associations listed all the points which are against the interest of pensioners and requested for revising those.
Railways senior citizens welfare society has represented for consideration to Pensioners’ Welfare Department about 7th CPC report on Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA), and Multiplying factor for fixation of Pay & Pension.
Ministry of Railways announces that the personnel and accounts staff in Headquarters/ Divisions/ Workshops may be deputed to the banks located in the vicinity of HQ/ Divisions/Workshops to remain present with the bank staff and verify the pensioners/ Family pensioners while they come for submitting life certificates during November 2015
Railway Board has also taken steps for getting documents from Retiring Railway Employees so that he / she need not approch the bank for commencement of Pension
After implementation of 6th CPC report, Pre 2006 Pensioners who did not complete 33 years of Service are paid only pro-rata pension as against Post 2006 Pensioners who are entitled for full pension after completion of 20 years of Service
Govt accepted to revise Pension of Pre-2006 Pensioners with effect from 01.01.2006, after 7 year long legal battle by Pre-2006 Pensioners
Various Benches of Central Administrative Tribunal and High Courts had allowed the benefit of 55% as pay element for computing pension to Loco Supervisors. Ministry of Railways had filed an SLP before the Hon’ble Supreme Court against these decisions favouring pensioners
Ministry of Railways has accepted Rounding off of a fraction of a rupee in regulation of additional pension