NFIR requests to Railway Board to kindly review and grant of Night Duty Allowance to Railway employees mentioned above and also in PNM Agenda No.15/2018 are addressed and the correspondence exchanged with the DoE be also made available to the Federation. An early action in the matter is solicited
financial upgradation under MACPS be granted in successive Grade Pay in the hierarchy of recommended revised pay band & grade pay as given in Section-I, Part-A of the First Schedule of the Railway Services (Revised Pay), Rules, 2008 and not in promotional hierarchy.
Ex-gratia payment to the families of Covid-19 victims (Railway employees who got infected in the course of performing duties and unfortunately passed away) is being processed by the Railway Ministry
NFIR, therefore, requests the Railway Board to consider the valid grievance of staff and issue modified instructions to the Zonal Railways to pay stipend to trainee SMs @ Rs. 35,400/- as against Rs. 29,200/-, duly endorsing copy to the Federation.
ECG Technicians in Railways have never been treated atleast equal to those working in the Central Government Hospitals and have rather been treated inferior. This negative situation has been prevailing since the period of 3rd CPC.
NFIR requested to kindly arrange to see that necessary initiatives are taken for establishing Data Bank of COVID-19 recovered patients to facilitate providing plasma treatment to the COVID-19 affected Railway employees and families.
NFIR, therefore, requests the CRB to kindly take the issue the issue very seriously for rendering justice to the Sr.Supervisors in general and Graduate/Diploma Engineers in particular.
NFIR – Introduction of Trolley Bags and TABs No.IV/RSAC/2020 Dated: 15.07.2020 The Secretary (E)Railway BoardNew Delhi Dear Sir, Sub : Elimination of line boxes of Loco Pilots & Guards and introduction of Trolley Bags and TABs – reg. Ref : i) Railway Board’s letter No.2017/Trans/01/Policy dated 07.02.2018.ii) NFIR’s letter of even No. dated 19.02.2018.iii)Railway Board’s […]
The Railway Board perhaps has taken decision arbitrarily to include all Railway Hospitals under AYUSHMAN Yojna after signing an MoU (jointly signed between the Ministry of AYUSH and the Railway Ministry) sometime last year, for treatment of outsiders at the rates fixed by CGHS.
The Ministry of Railways has since invited “Request for Qualification (RFQ) for private participation for operation of passenger train services over 109 Origin Destination (OD) pairs of routes