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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Upgradation of 3335 posts from Group 'C' to Group 'B' has been approved by Railway Ministry

Railway Ministry approved upgradation of 3335 posts from Group ‘C’ to Group ‘B’
NFIR has issued a Press Statement regarding the upgradation of 3335 posts from Group ‘C’ to Group ‘B’ (Gazetted).  It has been approved by the Minister of Railways and the proposal has been sent for the clearance of Ministry of Finance. The Federation expressed its gratitude to the Ministry of Railways and urged to the railway board  for issuance of orders before Dussehra:-

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDIAN RAILWAYMEN
(Affiliated to INTUC, ITF & ILO)
3, Chelmsford Road, New Delhi — 110055.
No. 1/10 Dt: Oct 1, 2013
PRESS STATEMENT
Upradation Benefit for Railway Employees on the eve of Dussehra
The National Federation of Indian Railwaymcn (NFIR) thanks the Railway Ministry for agreeing to issue Orders pertaining to Cadre Restructuring and upgradation of 3335 posts from Group ‘C’ to Group ‘B’ (Gazetted) after due consultation and approval of Ministry of Finance.


About 3.5 lakh employees are expected to be benefited on account of cadre restructuring all over Indian Railways. The Cadre Restructuring Committee (CRC) meetings had taken place from 2010 and the last CRC meeting had taken place on 22nd  February 2013.

These decisions are expected pursuant to the consistent dialogue and struggle of NFIR affiliates with the Railway Ministry.

General Secretary, NFIR had spoken to Railway board today morning and urged for issuance of orders before Dussebra.

(M.Raghavaiah)
General Secretary

source : NFIR
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