Status of Promotions made between date of effect and date of implementation of recommendations of 6th CPC, and seniority of staff in merged grades in pursuance of Recommendations of 6th CPC-RBE 107/2012

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RBE No. 107/2012

Government of India

Ministry of Railways

Railway Board

No. E(NG) I-2009/PM-1/4                                                                                                              New Delhi, dated:26.09.2012

The General Managers,

All Indian Railways & Pus,

As pre standard list

Sub:- Status of Promotions made between date of effect and date of implementation of  recommendations of 6th CPC, and seniority of staff in merged grades in pursuance of Recommendations of 6th CPC.

                The issue of status of promotions made between date of effect and date of implementation of 6th CPC and seniority of staff in case where two or more pre-revised grades were merged and placed in a common grade pay, in consonance with recommendations of 6th CPC, was under consideration of Ministry of Railways in consultation with Department of Personnel and Training (DoP&T).

2. The matter has since been examined and it has been decided that status of promotions and seniority of staff holding post in grades which have been merged in pursuance to recommendations of 6th CPC will be determined as under:-

         i.            The Promotions made between 01.01.2006 to 04.09.2008 (date of implementation of 6th CPC on Railways) will be protected as the same were made as per the provisions of statutory rules existing at that time. The merger of pay scale(s) of post(s) as recommended by 6th CPC have been made effective w.e.f. 01.01.2006; the seniority of government servant which existed on 04.09.2008 will be maintained. i.e. the holder of post having higher pay scale or post which constituted promotion post for the posts in the feeder grade, will rank…………

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