Benefit of Fixation of pay under Rule 13 of Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008 with an extra increment in situations of placement in higher Grade Pay on non- functional basis
Rate of Dearness Allowance to Railway employees applicable from 01.07.2018 continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/ grade pay as per 6th Central Pay Commission.
Discrimination in granting Grade Pay on Grant of Financial Benefits under M.A.C.P. – Violation of Government Order and judicial Verdicts.
Grant of Grade Pay of Rs. 4200/- to Stenographers Grade ‘D’ of CSSS-Issuance of Zone of consideration for placement of eligible Stenographers Grade ‘D’ in Non-Functional Selection Grade (NFSG)
Grant of higher grade pay of Rs.2000/- to Drivers Gr.III (Constable) of RPF/RPSF – Railway Board Circular dated 10.04.2018
Railway Board order on Grant of financial upgradation to the Pharmacist category treating their entry Grade Pay of Rs.4200/- regarding
In the case of upgraded grade pay that has been granted now to certain cadres / posts, the new basic pay will be computed using the upgraded grade pay. This new basic pay will be multiplied with 2.57. New 7CPC will be corresponding to this BP multiplied with 2.57 and level corresponding to higher grade pay in the Pay Matrix.
Ever since MACP scheme was introduced in 2008, Employees are continuously demanding for financial upgradation in promotional hierarchy only as MACP is a scheme applies when regular promotion is not possible due to stagnation
IRTSA lists out Benefits and Drawbacks of Pay Band and Grade Pay System introduced by 6th Pay Commission in its Memorandum submitted to 7th Pay Commission
NFIR has sent a letter to the Secretary, Railway Board on increasing the Personal Pay which was agreed in principle by the Railways Ministry but has not approved by the MoF/DOP&T.
7th Pay Commission is of the view to discard Pay Band – Grade Pay System – Audit and Accounts Association reports in its brief about Oral evidence before 7th CPC