7th Pay Commission for Railways – The estimated additional financial impact of 7th Pay Commission on Railways is around Rs.15,000 crore – Minister’s reply to Rajya Sabha regarding Financial Implication
Implementation of 7th Pay Commission Pay Metrics – Pay fixation to staff – Anomaly resulting in less pay to senior in comparison with junior
Pay element in the case of Loco Inspectors – 30% addition to 7th CPC pay matrix for retirement benefits
Grant of Advances- 7th Pay Commission Pay Commission recommendations-Amendment to rules on Computer Advance to Railway Employees
NFIR requests Railway Board for upward revision of kilometrage rates for running staff w.e.f. 01.01.2006
Pay fixation in 7th Pay commission Pay Matrix level in the case of employees who are in 6th CPC -1S Pay Band (Rs. 4440-7440) + GP 1300
Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS) for the Railway Employees – Implementation of 7th CPC recommendations
Implementation of 7th Pay Commission – Railway Board clarification on Calculation of Money Value of posts surrendered and crediting to surplus bank
Grade Pay upgraded by 7th Pay Commission for certain posts in Railways – NFIR requests Railway Board to approach DoPT for speedy implementation of upgradation of Posts
Railway Minister replies on the impacts of implementing 7th Pay commission in Railways
Expected DA from January 2017 – NFIR assumption on DA from Jan 2017 Probable DA rise w.e.f. 01.01.2017 in case 277 continues 4.24% (round off to 4%)
A senior railway official said there would be a ban on creation of new posts in non-safety/non-operation departments. He added that instructions have been given to slow down recruitment
The Cabinet decided on 26th September to extend the tenure of 7th Pay Commission up to 31-12-2015 which raised the suspicion that the submission of the report may be delayed. However, until today, the finance ministry has not issued the extension order by notification.
Quoting General Secretary, AIRF, the report says Railwaymen have demanded OROP in their oral submission before 7th Pay Commission which is likely to submit its report by the end of September 2015
Indian Railways Technical Supervisor Association has submitted its representations before the 7th CPC on the clarifications sought by them at the meeting held on 12.12.2014 at Jodhpur.