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31/05/2012

Railways depriving loco drivers of sleep

Railways depriving loco drivers of sleep

For Lack Of Rules, Pilots End Up Working As Many As 15 Nights Without Break

Mahendra Kumar Singh TNN
New Delhi: The next time you board a train, spare a thought for its driver. He could well be doing duty for the past 15 nights.
Ironically, there is no upper limit in the railways rulebook on the number of night duties to be done by the engine crew despite data from major rail accidents pointing to the fact that most mishaps take place between early night and late morning.
The weekly rest provisions for locomotive drivers are vague. These talk of giving drivers a 30-hour rest four times or 22-hour rest five times in a calendar month. But the provisions are silent on the gap between two rests.
Faced with a severe staff shortage, coupled with the fact that most trains run also during night hours, railways is being forced to put most of its drivers on night duty for long periods.
As of now, around 60,000 loco drivers are running more than 19,000 trains as there is a 20% vacancy in the 82,000 sanctioned posts.
The dangers of such a situation are obvious. For instance, the engine crew roster for Hampi Express which collided with a stationary train suggests that the driver had run 23 trains in 19 days of which 12 were full-night, three half-night and seven full-day duties. This means the driver had undisturbed sleep in only seven days in the past three weeks.
The crew roster for Kanpur shows that a driver has to run 16 trains in 15 days, of which 15 are full-night. Under the rules, they are not allowed to break for food, refreshment or answer nature’s call during duty hours.
Though railways has blamed ‘human error’ on the part of drivers for recent train accidents, the increasing number of deaths on rail tracks has exposed the glaring negligence in safety measures, including a large number of vacancies for loco pilots.
The drivers’ association claimed that around 3,000 drivers are stationary as they are assigned petty clerical or personal assistant jobs and 4,000-5,000 are medically unfit. Indian Railway Loco Running Men Organisation accused the management of making a scapegoat of drivers, and said the real culprits were the unjust duty hours.
Times View
All talk of introducing modern technology to enhance safety in the railways seems farcical given the fact that even something as basic as ensuring adequate rest for the men behind the machines is so callously neglected. Considering that the lives of lakhs of passengers who travel by the railways every day is in the hands of these loco drivers, their remaining alert at all times is crucial. That can hardly be expected if they are fatigued and sleep deprived. Safety apart, there is the issue of the right of the loco drivers to decent working conditions. Surely the government that lays down labour norms for all should at the very least ensure that its own entities provide decent working conditions. Clearly, the vacancies need to be filled, the sooner the better. For the full report, log on to www.timesofindia.com

Publication: The Times Of India Delhi;
Date: May 31, 2012;
Section: Times Nation;
Page: 9

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Five killed as Doon Express derails near Jaunpur, Railway minister leaves for Jaunpur

The Times of India

 

KOLKATA/LUCKNOW: Railway minister Mukul Roy will leave for Jaunpur in Uttar Pradesh, where six coaches of the Dehradun-bound Howrah-Dehradun Doon Express derailed, by the Howrah Rajdhani Express on Thursday evening.
According to sources, Roy will get off at Mughalsarai from where he will travel by road towards Jaunpur.
"It was an extremely sad incident and I am leaving for the spot. The next to kin of those killed will receive Rs 5 lakh as ex-gratia while the family members of those seriously injured will get Rs 100,000 each. Those who suffered minor injuries will receive Rs 25,000. The railways will take care of the relatives of affected passengers who wish to travel to Jaunpur. They can travel by special coaches that will be attached to the Doon Express that will leave Howrah on Thursday," Roy said before leaving Kolkata.
The railway minister was supposed to visit Cooper's Camp in Ranaghat, Nadia, where elections to the notified area are to be held on June 3. He changed his plans after the accident, chief minister Mamata Banerjee said. Though Mamata did not write off the possibility of sabotage, Roy refused to comment on the matter.
The chief minister said that she has received information that the assistant loco pilot of the train spotted something on the track and emergency brakes were applied, leading to the accident.
"AP Mishra, member, Railway Board, has already held a press conference and indicated the possible reasons for the accident. More will be known after an inquiry is conducted," the railway minister said. He said that four persons have died so far and 15 passengers have been injured. A high-level inquiry committee has been set up to probe the accident, he added.
Earlier in the day, Mishra had said that there is possibility of sabotage. "We can't say anything for sure but it is possible that somebody removed some material from the tracks. Normally, trains can pass over an unclamped portion of the track but in extremely hot weather, there can be some distortions in the affected portion and cause a derailment. However, nothing can be said for sure till and inquiry is conducted," he had said.
At least five passengers were killed and more than 50 injured when Doon Express (Howrah-Dehradun) derailed at Mehrawan station in Jaunpur district under Varanasi division of the Northern Railway at around 1.15 pm Thursday.
The death toll may increase as 10 people are seriously injured in the accident. While around 200 passengers were rescued by the local villagers before arrival of the officials, over 500 are said to be still trapped in the damaged coaches.
The officials said that the driver of the Doon Express had seen some distortion in the railway track and as a result, applied breaks. Ten coaches along with the engine safely passed through the `damaged' track. However, seven coaches at the rear got derailed.
The place where the accident took place is 35 km from Jaunpur railway station and 70 km from Varanasi. Officers of the district administration along with ambulances and medical care reached the spot in half and hour. Senior officials including the divisional railway manager from Lucknow have also rushed to the spot. Officials from Delhi are expected to reach the spot by Friday morning. The railway minister is expected to arrive by the evening.
Hot weather added to the problems of the passengers. There was no shelter around and no drinking water facility. The passengers called up their friends and relatives in nearby districts for help. Some even called up media organisations.
The railways has dispatched three relief trains from Lucknow, Faizabad and Varanasi to the accident site. The relief trains will bring stranded passengers to Lucknow and Varanasi. A crane and a bulldozer from the Jaunpur districts have been sent to the spot to lift the damaged coaches.
The Indian railways has released two helpline numbers -- Faizabad 05278-220284 and Lucknow 0522-2234533.
The faulty rail track is being seen as the initial cause of the accident. Some officials believe the accident was caused due to the expansion of the rail track due to high temperature. "We can not comment on the reason for the derailment now," said Ashwini Srivastava, senior divisional commercial manager, Lucknow, Northern Railway. The officials did not confirm the number of causalities either.
The track has been closed for train movement. Officials said that it could be cleared only by Friday afternoon. As a result, several trains have been delayed. The routes of the trains are being changed to bypass the accident venue.

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Hampi Exp tragedy: 7 railway staff suspended

 

HUBLI: South Western Railway (SWR) said on Saturday that seven railway staff, including the station master of Penukonda have been suspended in connection with the recent Hubli-Bangalore Hampi Express accident.
M Ramulu, station master of Penukonda station, C Ramanjaneyulu, traffic inspector of Hindupur station of Bangalore division, B S Chatrappa, commercial inspector of Hospet station of Hubli division and P Hanumanthappa, senior commercial clerk of parcel office of Hospet station (all from SWR) and M Yesu Ratnam, loco pilot of Guntakal division, G Balaraju, assistant loco pilot and V Vinod Kumar, loco inspector of Guntakal division (South Central Railway) are suspended, the SWR said in a release.

Station master, 6 others suspended
Times of India
... loco pilot of Guntakal division, G Balaraju, assistant loco pilot and V Vinod Kumar, loco inspector of Guntakal division (South Central Railway) are ...

Hampi Exp tragedy: 7 railway staff suspended
Deccan Herald
From South Central Railway, M Yesu Ratnam, Loco Pilot of Guntakal Division, G Balaraju, Assistant Loco Pilot of Guntakal Division and V Vinod Kumar, ...

+2 Hour notice time case CAT HYB

+2 Hour case CAT HYB

IN THE CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL

HYDERABAD BENCH

HYDERABAD

Original Applications Nos. 149/03 & 801/04

Date of Order: 08.11.2005

In OA 149/2003

Between:

John Joseph ...Applicant

And

1.Chief Operations Manager

South Central Railway

II Floor, Rail Nilayam

Secunderabad 500 017.

2.The Divisional Mechanical Engineer (Power)

South Central Railway

Secunderabad Division

IV Floor, Sanchalan Bhavan

Secunderabad 500 025.

...Respondents

In OA 801/2004

G. Butchaiah

... Applicant

And

1.The Divisional Railway Manager

South Central Railway

Secunderabad Division

II Floor, Sanchalan Bhavan

Secunderabad 500 025.

2.The Senior Divisional Electrical Engineer (TRSO)

South Central Railway

Secunderabad Division

IV Floor, Sanchalan Bhavan

Secunderabad 500 025.

3.The Senior Divisional Personnel Officer

South Central Railway

Secunderabad Division

V Floor, Sanchalan Bhavan

Secunderabad 500 025.

4.The Chief Crew Controller

South Central Railway

Secunderabad Division

Kazipet Depot, Kazipet, A.P.

... Respondents

Counsel for the applicant ... Mr. V. Suryanarayana Sastry

(In both OAs)

Counsel for the respondents ... Mr. K. Narahari, SC for Railways

(In OA 149/03)

Mr. V. Rajeswara Rao, SC for Railways

(In OA 801/04)

1.CORAM:

The Hon'ble Justice Mr R.K.BATTA ... Vice-Chairman

The Hon'ble Mr N. Ramakrishnan ... Member (Admn.)

ORDER

(As per Hon'ble Justice Mr. R.K.BATTA, Vice-Chairman)

The two applications, though filed by different individuals, are being disposed of by a common judgment since the decision in both the matters rests upon common controversy of reporting for duty after the second call is served on the Driver / Assistant Driver working with South Central Railway, Secunderabad Division.

2. In OA 149/2003, the applicant was served with charge memorandum for minor penalty on 19.07.1999 on the ground that on 13.07.1999 the applicant had signed call book at 00.30 hours, but appeared on duty at 02.15 hours, with the result the train No. BCN wad detained for 60 minutes. The case of the applicant is that he reported for duty within the permissible period of 2 hours after receiving the call and that the proceedings initiated are without any valid ground. The disciplinary authority had imposed the punishment of reduction in the time scale of pay for a period of 2 years and the same was confirmed in appeal as also in revision. The applicant relies upon the stand taken by the department that ordinarily the call book is served 2 hours before the crew has to report for duty. According to the applicant, though the period of home station rest and outstation rest which is 16 hrs and 6 hrs respectively can be curtailed in case of emergency, yet, 2 hours preparatory period cannot be curtailed under any circumstances. During the course of arguments, counsel for the applicant has also urged that the penalty imposed does not fall within the ambit of minor penalty and the proceedings are required to be set aside.

3. The respondents in their reply have accepted the system of 2 calls which are sent to the concerned employee for reporting for duty. There is also no dispute that ordinarily call book is served 2 hours before the crew has to report for duty. This fact is clear from paragraph 4 of the reply of the respondents. However, the case of the respondents is that the first call was sent to the applicant at 00.30 hours as the train was expected to arrive at 01.30 and second call was sent to the applicant at 01.15 hours and in view of the urgency, the applicant was required to report at 01.30 hours, but the applicant reported only at 02.15 hours as a result of which the departure of the train was delayed by about 60 minutes. The respondents also contend that if the applicant was not prepared to attend the duty, he should have stated in the call book that he needed at least 2 hours for preparatory time, but the applicant failed to do so and on account of the same, the respondents did not make alternative arrangements. The respondents have categorically stated in paragraph 5 of the reply that 'two call system' was introduced to reduce pre-departure detention, but the same cannot cause detention to train services. The respondents also justified the reduction in the applicant's pay and pay fixation by them.

4. The applicant in his rejoinder has stated that if there was urgency, the respondents should have stated in the call book that there was urgency as a result of which 2 hours preparatory time was not permitted. The applicant also stated that when respondents were aware that the train was expected at 01.30 hours, the respondents ought to have served the call book at least before 23.30 hrs, that is, 2 hours before the expected arrival of the train as per the procedure in vogue. It is in the rejoinder that the applicant has contended that reduction of pay for more than a stage tantamounts to major penalty and the same could not be imposed in the disciplinary proceedings initiated for minor penalty.

5. In OA 801/2004, the applicant was working as Sr. Driver (Goods) and had signed off duty at Kazipet at 00.45 hours on 01.06.2004. According to the applicant, the procedure in vogue is that 2 calls are served through call book. But the second call was never served on the applicant. The first call was served on 02.06.2004 at about 9.30 hours and he came to know of the same through his wife at 10 AM since he went to medical shop to take medicines. The applicant reported on 03.06.2004 at 8 AM and he found that his name was not marked in the duly list. He, therefore, filed an application dated 03.06.2004 to the Chief Crew Controller, South Central Railway, Kazipet for illegally marking him as not found on duty on 02.06.2004 and requested that the applicant be treated as on duty on 02.06.2004. On 04.06.2004 he sent a fax message to Divisional Railway Manager, South Central Railway informing that the Chief Crew Controller did not take the applicant for duty since 02.06.2004. He then made a representation dated 11.06.2004 to Sr. Divisional Electrical Engineer, South Central Railway, Secunderabad for taking him on duty. In spite of these, the applicant was not taken on duty as a result of which, the applicant has approached this Tribunal and on 29.07.2004 as an interim measure, the applicant was directed to approach the authority concerned and the respondents were directed to book him for duty as per rules as and when he approaches the concerned authority. Consequently, the applicant was taken on duty on 31.07.2004. However, for the month of June 2004, he was paid wages for only 16 days by marking duty days as 16 and leave days as 14. The applicant relies upon circular dated 13.04.2004 as also the letter dated 13.07.1977 in support of his case. The applicant thus, sought directions to the respondents to book him on line to work for train with immediate effect and treat the period from 02.06.2004 till he was book for duty as period spent on duty for all purposes.

6. The respondents in this application curiously have taken the stand that there is no procedure of serving two call books in this division which stand is contrary to the stand taken by the Respondents in OA 149/2003. The respondents' case is that the applicant did not report for duty though a call was served on him at 9.30 AM on 02.06.2004. The applicant had signed off at 00.45 hours at 01.06.2004 and his periodical rest of 30 hours was completed at 06.45 hours on 02.06.2004 and the call was served on him at 9.30 AM, that is, after a lapse of 2 hours 45 minutes. According to the Respondents, the 30 hours periodical rest is inclusive of 16 hours Headquarters rest and not over and above 16 hours rest as claimed by the applicant. It was further stated that in Secunderabad division only single call system is followed. The respondents also contend that the applicant never explained his absence pursuant to the call given to him and as such, he could not be booked for duty and the applicant in his representation dated 03.06.2004 had only requested for treating the date of 02.06.2004 as waiting for duty which was not permissible. It is also contended that on his representation respondent No.3 deputed Additional Divisional Electrical Engineer to Kazipet on 10.06.2004 to inquire into the matter and he had called the applicant to the office to sort out the matter. However, despite sending the messenger twice to his residence, the applicant did not turn up to meet the Additional Divisional Electrical Engineer. The respondents thus contend that the application is liable to be rejected.

7. The applicant in his rejoinder, after placing reliance on letter dated 13.07.1977, stated that in terms of para 2 of note under annexure I, call book has to be served two times and if the crew is not found on the second call, he will be treated as absent. The applicant also disputes the stand of the respondents that he did not turn up to meet Additional Divisional Electrical Engineer, Secunderabad at Kazipet on 10.06.2004 and according to him, no such message was served on the applicant.

8. In further additional reply filed by the respondents, it is stated that circular dated 13.04.2004 is issued by Vijayawada Division and it is not binding on the Secunderabad Division in which the applicant is working. It is further pointed out that the above circular stands cancelled with effect from 05.01.2005. The respondents placed reliance on the subjects for discussion in the 103rd Review Permanent Negotiating Machinery Meeting relating to the issue of the second call book in Secunderabad Division and submit that the issue was closed without any decision for giving second call book in consultation with recognized labor union.

9. The applicant in further reply to the additional reply of the respondents has disputed the stand of the respondents in relation to discontinuation of second call, but reliance is placed by the applicant on the same minutes of 103rd Review Permanent Negotiating Machinery Meeting (RPNMM) and it is pointed out that the decision taken therein is to the effect that the staff who were not found are not utilized on that day duly marking them absent/ not found and they will be utilized only after 00.00 hrs on the following day. Therefore, according to the applicant at any rate there was no justification for the respondents not to take him on duty with effect from 00.00 hrs. on 03.06.2004 when he reported to day at 8.00 AM on that date.

10. We have heard learned counsel appearing on both sides. The first issue which is required to be decided is whether two calls are required to be given to the Crew which has to report for duty. We have already pointed out that in OA 149/2003, the respondents have themselves admitted the existence of two calls system and in the said case, second call was served on the applicant. But the controversy therein raised was relating to 2 hours preparatory time after signing off the call book. Nevertheless, the respondents in OA 801/2004 totally denied the system of two calls and have stated that there is no procedure to serve two call books in this application. Both the OAs before us are relating to Secunderabad division. Of course, in so far as the circular dated 13.04.2004 is concerned, the same was issued by Vijaywada Division and obviously the same cannot be applied to the Secunderabad Division. However, the South Central Railway headquarters office had issued letter dated 13.07.1977 which deals with the issue relating to two successive calls. There is nothing to show that letter has been superceded or is not being followed in Secunderabad Division. On the Contrary, in OA 149/2003 the stand taken is that the second call was served on the applicant therein. If the system of second call is not applicable to the Secunderabad Division, then where is the question of serving second call on the applicant in OA 149/2003. Annexure to letter dated 13.07.1977 provides for maintenance of details in the book under Note I under annexure I item 2 provides for staff not found on two successive calls is to be marked absent for the day end and reported to LF for necessary disciplinary action. It also provides that in the event of crews offering themselves for duty on the same day after not being found on two calls and reporting for duty with sick and fit memo, they should be taken on detail book only after 00.00 hrs. Under Note II under Annexure II item 1, Home station rest is minimum 18 hrs. (16 hrs + 2 hrs call), under item 2, outstation rest is minimum 8 hrs. (6 hrs. + 2 hrs. call), item 3 therein provides that the minimum rest of 16 hrs. at home station and 6 hrs. at out station should not be curtailed except in emergency and otherwise under the authority of a Power Officer, subject to observations of normal HOER regulations. Thus, the minimum rest of 16 hours at home station and 6 hours at outstation can be curtained only in emergency or under the authority of Power Officer. It does not at all speak of curtailment of 2 hours preparatory call period. In the light of the above, we shall now take up the two applications on merits one by one.

11. In OA 149/2003, the first call was served on the applicant on 00.30 hours on 13.07.1999 and the second call was served on him at 01.15 hours. The contention of the applicant is that he was entitled for 2 hours preparatory time for reporting for duty from 00.030 hours and when the respondents knew that the expected arrival of the train was 1.30 hours, they should have served the first call on him at 23.30 hours, but the respondents are themselves at fault in not serving the first call in time so that 2 hours preparatory time could be availed by him. It is no doubt true that in the call book, it was mentioned that the expected time of arrival of the train No. DN BCN was 01.30 hours, but nowhere the respondents invoked any urgency clause as such and it appears that the urgency clause is not applicable to the preparatory period. The respondents have admitted in reply as also in the revision order dated 14.05.2002 that ordinarily the call book is served 2 hours before the crew has to report for duty. In the case before us, the first call was given at 00.30 hours and he reported for duty at 02.15 hours, that is, before expiry of 2 hours preparatory time. The respondents, on the contrary, are trying to throw the burden on the applicant that when he was not prepared to attend to duty at 01.30 hours he should have stated that the he needs at least 2 hours preparatory time and since he failed to do so, the respondents could not make alternative arrangements. The fault actually lies with the respondents only who did not serve the first call on the applicant 2 hours prior to the expected time of arrival of the train which was at 01.30 hours. In view of this, the disciplinary proceedings are liable to be quashed on this count alone. Besides this, the disciplinary proceedings were initiated for minor penalty and rule 6 (iii-b) of the Railway Servants (Disciplinary & Appeal) Rules, 1968 as it stood then was as under:

(iii-b) Reduction to a lower stage in the time scale of pay for a period not exceeding three years without cumulative effect and not adversely affecting his pension.

By Railway Servants (Disciplinary & Appeal) (Second Amendment) Rules, 2004, the said rule was substituted as under with effect from 10.12.2004:

(iii-b) Reduction to lower stage in time scale of pay by one stage for a period of not exceeding three years, without cumulative effect and no adversely affecting his pension.

The amended rule made it clear that minor penalty is only in relation to reduction to lower stage in time scale of pay by one stage for a period of not exceeding 3 years without cumulative effect and no adversely affecting his pension. Under the unamended rule also the reduction was provided to a lower stage which was in fact clarified by the second amendment referred to above. The punishment which has been imposed cannot, thus, be called as minor penalty within the rule 6 of the said Rules and the penalty imposed in the disciplinary proceedings is liable to be set aside on this count as well.

12. For the aforesaid reasons, the application is allowed and the punishment imposed by the respondents vide order dated 13.06.2000 confirmed in appeal vide order dated 08.11.2000 and in revision vide order dated 14.05.2002 is set aside with all consequential benefits and fixation of pay accordingly as also the arrears due to the applicant. In the facts and circumstances, the parties are directed to bear their respective costs.

13. We shall now take up the OA 801/2004. In this application, admittedly second call was not served and on this count alone, the applicant is likely to succeed. Alternatively also the applicant had reported for duty at 08.00 hours on 03.06.2004 and in terms of letter dated 13.07.1977 as also in the light of the Minutes of 103rd Review Permanent Negotiating Machinery Meeting, the applicant should have been booked for duty at least from 00.00 hours on 04.06.2004. The applicant repeatedly made applications for taking him on duty, but no action was taken by the department as a result of which the applicant approached this Tribunal and interim directions dated 29.07.2004 were given as a result of which the applicant was taken on duty on 31.07.2004. The respondents are basically at fault in not serving the second call on the applicant and alternatively in not taking him on duty with effect from at least 00.00 hours on 04.06.2004. Since the second call was not served on the applicant, the decision of the respondents not to take him on duty was erroneous and illegal and the applicant cannot be deprived of the benefits for the period during which the applicant was not taken on duty by the respondents who are primarily to be blamed for the same.

14. In the circumstances, the entire period from 02.06.2004 till 30.07.2004 has to be treated as spent on duty and the applicant shall be entitled to all the consequential benefits including pay for the said period. The application is accordingly allowed in the aforesaid terms with no order as to costs.

Sd/-

28/05/2012

27/05/2012

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25/05/2012

ALP promotion, posting & transfer order

ALP promotion, posting & transfer order LNo SUR/P/LocoRg/App.ALP/BSP

Office Order No. 14/2012 Dt. 08-05-2012

Transfers

1) Naim Khan KWV to PB

2) Darmendrakr Verma DD to PB

3) Bindukumar KWV to DD

4) Santoshkr Fekuram DD to PB

5) Mahesh Kanojia KWV to SUR

6) Babruwan Surwase WD to SUR

7) Manoranjankr Singh KWV to SUR

8) Anand Jeurkar KWV to SUR

9) Indrajeet Kumar KWV to SUR

10) Darmendrakr DD to SUR

11) M Bhaskar Reddy KWV to SUR

12) Nenavathu Berma Naik LUR to SUR

13) S Murulidhar DD to SUR

New ALP posting

14) SATISH KUMAR / DD

15) RAKESH KUMAR / SUR

16) DEWANAND KUMAR / DD

17) RAVI SHANKAR SINGH / DD

18) KESHAV KUMAR / DD

19) KUMAR MRITUNJAY / KWV

20) ARUNJAY KUMAR / SUR

21) MUNNA KUMAR / DD

22) SAJU MAHATO / DD

23) RAJEEV KUMAR /DD

24) AMIT KUMAR PANDIT / KWV

25) MUNNA KUMAR /DD

26) RAJNIKANT DUTT /DD

27) SAIYAD RASHID ALI / KWV

28) AMAR DEEP KUMAR /DD

29) AMRENDRA KUMAR / DD

30) SARVJEET KUMAR / DD

31) DEVENDRA Kr CHOUHALA / SUR

32) PANKAJ KUMAR GUPTA / KWV

33) SURAJ KUMAR / DD

34) NAVEEN CHANDRA / SUR

35) SUNIL KUMAR / KWV

36) ANIL KUMAR / KWV

37) MOHAN S Pawar / SUR

38) AJEET KUMAR / SUR

39) AMARJEET PRADHAN /DD

40) RAHUL KUMAR / SUR

41) AJIT KUMAR NAGESWAR / KWV

42) AVINASH SINGH / WD

43) GOPAL PRASAD / KWV

44) RAVI KUMAR / DD

45) AMODKUMAR CHOUDHARY / KWV

46) SANDEEP KUMAR / DD

47) ARUN KUMAR / KWV

48) PREM PRAKASH / DD

49) JITENDRAKr PREMCHAND / KWV

NRMU congratulates all.

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Following Posting will be given after Police Verification

1) KAPIL RAJESHKr YEDURU/ WD

2) MANISH YADAV / DD

3) LAL BABU SINGH / WD

4) RANJAN KUMAR SAHU / WD

5) MANOJ KUMAR / SUR

6) SANNI KUMAR / DD

7) SHATRUGHAN KUMAR / LUR

8) JITENDRA Kr RamDayal/ DD Fail

S.M.LOKHANDE

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18/05/2012

NDA rate revised wef 1-1-2012

As per Rly Bd's LNo. RBE 63/2012 Dtd. 08-05-2012

Night Duty Allowance ( NDA ) rates to Intensive, Continuous, RngStaff, Excluded & workshop staff revised wef 01-01-2012 as below

GrPay   Rate

1300= Rs 55.55

1400= Rs 56.35

1600= Rs 57.85

1650= Rs 58.25

1800= Rs 111.30

1900= Rs 112.05

2000= Rs 112.80

2400= Rs 115.90

2800= Rs 118.95

4200= Rs 201.45

4600 & Above = Rs 204.55

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As per Rly Bd's LNo. RBE 63/2012 Dtd. 08-05-2012

Night Duty Allowance ( NDA ) rates to Essentially Intermittent Category staff revised wef 01-01-2012 as below

GrPay   Rate

1300= Rs 37.05

1400= Rs 37.55

1600= Rs 38.55

1650= Rs 38.85

1800= Rs 74.20

1900= Rs 74.70

2000= Rs 75.20

2400= Rs 77.25

2800= Rs 79.30

4200= Rs 134.30

4600 & Above = Rs 136.35

 

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09/05/2012

ALP posting promotion & transfer order

ALP promotion, posting & transfer order LNo SUR/P/LocoRg/App.ALP/BSP Office Order No. 14/2012 Dt. 08-05-2012 1) Naim Khan KWV to PB 2) Darmendrakr Verma DD to PB 3) Bindukumar KWV to DD 4) Santoshkr Fekuram DD to PB 5) Mahesh Kanojia KWV to SUR 6) Babruwan Surwase WD to SUR 7) Manoranjankr Singh KWV to SUR 8) Anand Jeurkar KWV to SUR 9) Indrajeet Kumar KWV to SUR 10) Darmendrakr DD to SUR 11) M Bhaskar Reddy KWV to SUR 12) Nenavathu Berma Naik LUR to SUR 13) S Murulidhar DD to SUR New ALP posting 14) SATISH KUMAR / DD 15) RAKESH KUMAR / SUR 16) DEWANAND KUMAR / DD 17) RAVI SHANKAR SINGH / DD 18) KESHAV KUMAR / DD 19) KUMAR MRITUNJAY / KWV 20) ARUNJAY KUMAR / SUR 21) MUNNA KUMAR / DD 22) SAJU MAHATO / DD 23) RAJEEV KUMAR /DD 24) AMIT KUMAR PANDIT / KWV 25) MUNNA KUMAR /DD 26) RAJNIKANT DUTT /DD 27) SAIYAD RASHID ALI / KWV 28) AMAR DEEP KUMAR /DD 29) AMRENDRA KUMAR / DD 30) SARVJEET KUMAR / DD 31) DEVENDRA Kr CHOUHALA / SUR 32) PANKAJ KUMAR GUPTA / KWV 33) SURAJ KUMAR / DD 34) NAVEEN CHANDRA / SUR 35) SUNIL KUMAR / KWV 36) ANIL KUMAR / KWV 37) MOHAN S Pawar / SUR 38) AJEET KUMAR / SUR 39) AMARJEET PRADHAN /DD 40) RAHUL KUMAR / SUR 41) AJIT KUMAR NAGESWAR / KWV 42) AVINASH SINGH / WD 43) GOPAL PRASAD / KWV 44) RAVI KUMAR / DD 45) AMODKUMAR CHOUDHARY / KWV 46) SANDEEP KUMAR / DD 47) ARUN KUMAR / KWV 48) PREM PRAKASH / DD 49) JITENDRAKr PREMCHAND / KWV NRMU congratulates all. -----------++--------- Following Posting will be given after Police Verification 1) KAPIL RAJESHKr YEDURU/ WD 2) MANISH YADAV / DD 3) LAL BABU SINGH / WD 4) RANJAN KUMAR SAHU / WD 5) MANOJ KUMAR / SUR 6) SANNI KUMAR / DD 7) SHATRUGHAN KUMAR / LUR 8) JITENDRA Kr RamDayal/ DD Fail S.M.LOKHANDE NRMU4U

05/05/2012

LIST OF GUARDs Sholapur Division WHO WERE DUE FOR ANNUAL INCREMENT BETWEEN FEBRUARY AND JUNE 2006

LIST OF GUARDs Sholapur Division WHO WERE DUE FOR ANNUAL INCREMENT BETWEEN FEBRUARY AND JUNE 2006

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1) 61413 07427440 G V S R MURTHY M EXP GUARD 01/05/2006 Rtd

2) 61710 05269283 GULAB GANGARAM H/G GOODS GD 01/05/2006

3) 61710 05269465 BABAN LAXMAN GOODS GD 01/04/2006

4) 61710 05269477 VILAS CHAKRANARAYAN GOODS GD 01/05/2006

5) 61710 05278118 A M PATEL GOODS GD 01/05/2006

6) 61710 05972784 KHOKALE ARUN GOODS GD 01/06/2006

7) 61711 05265629 A.KADIR A.RASHID SR GDS GD 01/03/2006

8) 61711 05265654 SHAIKH MASHAK SR GDS GD 01/04/2006

9) 61711 05274588 SK SIRAJ MAHIBOOB GOODS GD 01/05/2006

10) 61711 05281970 SUBHASH KANTILAL SR GOODS GD 01/06/2006

11) 61711 05293753 BABAN VISHWANATH GOODS GD 01/05/2006

12) 61711 05930832 ASHOK KUMAR YADAV PASS GD 01/05/2006

13) 61711 90408068 BHASKAR YASHWANT GOODS GD 01/05/2006

14) 61712 01515068 BABAN SAHADU PASSGD 01/03/2006

15) 61712 01557191 M K G NAIR PASS GD 01/04/2006

16) 61712 01573457 D S KANDALKAR M E GUARD 01/02/2006

17) 61712 05247743 M B PAGE MLEX GUARD 01/02/2006

18) 61712 05247962 ROBERT JACOB M/EXP GUARD 01/06/2006

19) 61712 05247981 ANWAR HUSSAIN GOTE ASTT GD 01/06/2006

20) 61712 05253433 ANILKUMAR LAXMAN PASS GD 01/03/2006

21) 61712 05261594 S R SHAIKH MAIL EXP GRD 01/06/2006

22) 61712 05265636 SHAUKAT AJIJ GOODS GD 01/05/2006

23) 61712 05266087 BHARAT BHAGVAT GOODS GUARD 01/04/2006

24) 61712 05268576 M G SHUKLA M/E GUARD 01/02/2006

25) 61712 05269337 SHRAVAN DAYANAND PASS GD 01/06/2006

26) 61712 05269490 SHAIKH HANIF GOODS GUARD 01/03/2006

27) 61712 05273304 SUBHASH SHANKAR GDS GUARD 01/03/2006

28) 61712 05273808 CHANDRASHA SHARANAPA GD 01/03/2006

29) 61712 05274760 JAMSHER TADAVI GOODS GD 01/06/2006

30) 61712 05280217 VIJAYKUMAR UVRAJ GOODS GD 01/05/2006

31) 61712 05287832 M.V.GHARAD PASS GD 01/05/2006

32) 61712 05289737 S P RASAL PASS GUARD 01/03/2006

33) 61712 05292967 CHANDRAKANT VISHNU P MAN A 01/05/2006

34) 61712 05294551 A D DESHPANDE GOODS GD 01/05/2006

35) 61712 05296328 R L SHIVANKAR GOODS GD 01/05/2006

36) 61712 05296882 S D SONAWANE M/EXP GD 01/02/2006

37) 61712 05298155 W R PATIL PASS GUARD 01/05/2006

38) 61712 05302717 S M SHAIKH M/EXP GD 01/04/2006

39) 61712 05931460 A G DONGRE M/EXP GD 01/04/2006

40) 61712 05931617 IQUBAL K SHAIKH M/EXP GUARD 01/02/2006

41) 61712 05931885 S S SHINDE M/EXP GUARD 01/02/2006

42) 61712 05945320 A B BHUSNUR GOODS GD 01/06/2006

43) 61712 05945495 N B NADGUODA PASS GUARD 01/05/2006

44) 61712 05947728 D M PHARATE COMML SRCLRK 01/04/2006

45) 61712 05987945 R PRAKASH GDS GUARD 01/04/2006

46) 61713 05206479 VASANT BABURAO PASS GUARD 01/03/2006

47) 61713 05240955 G.S.WAGHAMODE M/EXP GUARD 01/04/2006

48) 61713 05245412 N.Y.SARNAIK M/EXP GUARD 01/05/2006

49) 61713 05247123 M A PAZANIKAR M/EXP GUARD 01/04/2006

50) 61713 05247755 I.M.KAZI ME GUARD 01/04/2006

51) 61713 05247871 SURESH YADAV SR PASS GD 01/02/2006

52) 61713 05247895 AWANNA SIDRAM GOODS GUARD 01/04/2006

53) 61713 05252374 PANDIT NEHRU ASST GUARD 01/05/2006

54) 61713 05258602 M A TELANG M/E GUARD 01/02/2006

55) 61713 05261223 A B SHAIKH PASS GUARD 01/06/2006

56) 61713 05266042 S.K.KAMBLE M/E GUARD 01/06/2006

57) 61713 05267407 DATTATRAY DIGMBAR GDS GD 01/03/2006

58) 61713 05268395 HANUMANSING SOMALA M/E Gd 01/04/2006

59) 61713 05270042 CHANDRAKANT HOTGIKAR GD 01/05/2006

60) 61713 05270467 M L PATEL M E GUARD 01/04/2006

61) 61713 05271186 V N PANDIDHAR SR PASS DUARD 01/06/2006

62) 61713 05271605 R D LONDHE M/EXP GUARD 01/03/2006

63) 61713 05272105 SK ABDUL RASHID M/EXP GUARD 01/04/2006

64) 61713 05272117 ASHOK PAWAR SR PASS GD 01/03/2006

65) 61713 05272178 SK.AHAMAD DASTAGIR SR GDS GD 01/03/2006

66) 61713 05273031 DNYANDEO SHINDE GDS GUARD 01/05/2006

67) 61713 05273924 Y.M.YERNAL M/EXP GUARD 01/06/2006

68) 61713 05275805 H R RATHOD GOODS GUARD 01/02/2006

69) 61713 05276676 V B JADHAV M/EXP GUARD 01/06/2006

70) 61713 05278958 S.B.RAWADE M/E GUARD 01/04/2006

71) 61713 05279380 P.R.KATIKAR M/EXP GD 01/06/2006

72) 61713 05279392 ANAND R.LIKHAR M/EXP GD 01/03/2006

73) 61713 05285562 BANDU BALRAM GOODS GUARD 01/06/2006

74) 61713 05286853 SANJAY KOTE SR GDS GD 01/03/2006

75) 61713 05287121 PREMNATH NIWARTI STGJDR 01/06/2006

76) 61713 05290831 HASARAT ALI SR GDS GD 01/03/2006

77) 61713 05296511 SUAGAM SINGH PASS GUARD 01/05/2006

78) 61713 05297758 S.L INGALE PASS GD 01/02/2006

79) 61713 05297965 JITENDR SINGANE PASS GUARD 01/05/2006

80) 61713 05297990 R S TOMAR PASS GUARD 01/05/2006

81) 61713 05298027 SAJID HASAN PASS GUARD 01/05/2006

82) 61713 05298052 M.B.PAGE PASS GUARD 01/06/2006

83) 61713 05298117 SANJAIKUMAR KUNDU PASS GUD 01/05/2006

84) 61713 05298120 A MURLIDHAR PASS GUARD 01/05/2006

85) 61713 05298167 TARKESHWAR P SHI M/EXP GD 01/06/2006

86) 61713 05423636 S S PATIL M/EX/GD 01/04/2006

87) 61713 05456368 VITHAL BASVANTA GOODS GUARD 01/05/2006

88) 61713 05929696 P M SAKHARE PASS GD 01/03/2006

89) 61713 05930868 S.B.GAVALI M/E GUARD 01/03/2006

90) 61713 05931459 P N GOPHANE GOODS GUARD 01/06/2006

91) 61713 05942287 R.J.SHRIVASTAVA M/EXP GUARD 01/06/2006

92) 61713 05944296 S A PAWAR PASS GD 01/04/2006

93) 61713 05944478 F A SHAIKH PASS GD 01/05/2006

94) 61713 05944478 FAIZUDDIN A SHAIKH PASS GD 01/05/2006

95) 61713 05967697 SALIM PIRJADE GOODS GUARD. 01/02/2006

96) 61713 05973405 SIDRAM V INGALE GOODS GUARD 01/02/2006

97) 61713 07079096 S G SHINDE M E GUARD 01/05/2006

98) 61714 05254814 TARACHAND SHARMA PASS GD 01/04/2006

99) 61714 05273493 PHAND KRISHNATH GDS GUARD 01/05/2006

100) 61714 05284805 RAMJI GOPU GOODS GUARD 01/06/2006

101) 61714 05289476 RANAPPA GOODS GUARD 01/03/2006

102) 61714 05296171 KISHAN SRTNC 01/05/2006

103) 61714 05946270 G P MEENA PASS GD 01/05/2006

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LIST OF Loco Running STAFF Sholapur, WHO WERE DUE FOR ANNUAL INCREMENT BETWEEN FEBRUARY AND JUNE 2006

LIST OF Loco Running STAFF Sholapur, WHO WERE DUE FOR ANNUAL INCREMENT BETWEEN FEBRUARY AND JUNE 2006

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   Unit       PF No       Name        Desgn      increment date

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1) 61420 05246751 VIJAY DADA LP STG I 01/06/2006

2) 61420 05247469 JOSEPH DANIEL LP STG II 01/05/2006

3) 61420 05249521 APPARAO NARAYAN LP STG II 01/05/2006

4) 61420 05249703 RAMESH PETRAS LP STG II 01/05/2006

5) 61420 05263188 MARUTI YESHWANT LP STG II 01/05/2006

6) 61420 05267631 PANDURANG LP STR II 01/03/2006

7) 61421 01816925 VEERESH D BEDRE LP PASS II 01/03/2006

8) 61421 02255911 SHIVLINGAPPA NILURE LP GDS II 01/06/2006

9) 61421 05260312 JANIMIYA FAKIRSAB LP STG II 01/06/2006

10) 61421 05260711 BABU AMBAJI SR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

11) 61421 05267225 RAMESH SOMMANA LP STG II 01/03/2006

12) 61421 05271411 KALLAPPA LP GDS I 01/02/2006

13) 61421 05274011 GOVIND THAKURSINGH LP GOODS II 01/05/2006

14) 61421 05274436 P.S. KOLLOUR LP GOODS I 01/03/2006

15) 61421 05279770 V.B.PAWAR LP PASS II 01/05/2006

16) 61421 05284338 AB RIYAZ S K LP STG II 01/05/2006

17) 61421 05284417 SAMUEL RAJARAM LP STG II 01/02/2006

18) 61421 05284466 RAJSHEKAR RAMCHANDRA LP GDS I 01/02/2006

19) 61421 05289040 JAGANATH B.PATIL LP PASS II 01/04/2006

20) 61421 05971639 P NAZEEMUDDIN LP GOODS II 01/04/2006

21) 61421 05979882 KOWKUNTLA SREENIVASULU ASST LPD 01/06/2006

22) 61421 05979894 MALKARIDASARTHRAM ASST LPD 01/06/2006

23) 61421 05979912 VENUGOPAL ASST LPD 01/06/2006

24) 61421 05980070 G RAMA MOHAN MURTHY ASST LPD 01/06/2006

25) 61421 05980082 BARAKA SANKARAIAH ASST LPD 01/06/2006

26) 61421 05980124 PALLA THIRUVENGALAPA ASST LPD 01/06/2006

27) 61421 05980150 KATIKA SANTHA KUMAR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

28) 61421 05986473 KATIKA RAMCHANDRA RAO ASST LPD 01/05/2006

29) 61421 05989097 S GOPALA KRISHNUDU ASST LPD 01/05/2006

30) 61421 10003915 YERRAGOLLA VENKATESHAM ASST LPD 01/06/2006

31) 61422 05259344 PHILIP LP STG I 01/02/2006

32) 61422 05261697 MD GOUSE FAKRUDDIN SR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

33) 61422 05263268 DASHRATH KISAN LP GDS I 01/02/2006

34) 61422 05273857 BALIRAM DNYANDEO LP GOODS I 01/06/2006

35) 61422 05274825 BALU UMAJI LP GDS I 01/02/2006

36) 61422 05290958 R D SAKATE LP GDS I 01/03/2006

37) 61422 05904961 M VENKATRAMNNARAO ALP 01/05/2006

38) 61422 05979547 GOVINDPURKAR S V SR ASST LPD 01/04/2006

39) 61422 05980630 RAMESH K NIMJE SR ASST LPD 01/03/2006

40) 61422 05989024 PURSOTTAM PRADHAN ASST LPD 01/05/2006

41) 61422 05989073 DEVENDRA KUMAR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

42) 61422 05989085 JITENDRASINGH ASST LPD 01/05/2006

43) 61422 08599464 SHIVPUTRA H MULAMANI ASST LPD 01/05/2006

44) 61423 01920819 RAHUL A POTDAR LP GOODS II 01/02/2006

45) 61423 01936311 ANAND C MAHAMUNI TECHIII 01/06/2006

46) 61423 05002217 D P KHATKE ASST LPD 01/05/2006

47) 61423 05201354 DURGAPRASAD RAJLINGAM LP GDS II 01/03/2006

48) 61423 05242796 ISSAQE AMIN LP PASS II 01/03/2006

49) 61423 05249156 YAKUB Y PAGGI LP STG I 01/06/2006

50) 61423 05264212 JAHIRUDDIN SHAMSHUDIN LP STG II 01/06/2006

51) 61423 05266671 KHUDUS MAIBOOB SHAIKH LP STG II 01/05/2006

52) 61423 05274795 PANDARI NIWARTHI LP GDS I 01/03/2006

53) 61423 05279306 DEEPAK RAMHARI SR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

54) 61423 05279793 R.G.PARGE LPP PASS II 01/05/2006

55) 61423 05283085 MOHAN WAMAN LP GDS II 01/02/2006

56) 61423 05466726 TANAJI MURLIDHAR LP GDS I 01/02/2006

57) 61423 05948411 R.P. PAWAR LP PASS II 01/04/2006

58) 61423 05948526 M.M.ADHATRAO LP PASS II 01/04/2006

59) 61423 05988998 RAGESH BABU ASST LPD 01/05/2006

60) 61423 05989000 MAHESH KANOJIYA ASST LPD 01/05/2006

61) 61423 05990452 M V H SAIKUMAR ASST LPD 01/02/2006

62) 61423 05990476 P SAMPATH KUMAR ASST LPD 01/02/2006

63) 61423 13729123 MINAJ J MUJAWAR ALP II 01/05/2006

64) 61423 90413738 NAGNATH ARJUN JANRAO FITTER II 01/05/2006

65) 61424 01817413 P P BHIDE LP PASS II 01/06/2006

66) 61424 01817565 RAJESH R SIDGIDDI LP PASS 01/03/2006

67) 61424 01899065 SUHAS A BANSODE LP GOODS II 01/02/2006

68) 61424 01900924 TUKARAM PUKALE ASST LPD 01/04/2006

69) 61424 01918494 N JOSEPH LP GOODS II 01/02/2006

70) 61424 02252235 N S KOTHIMBIRE LP STG I 01/03/2006

71) 61424 02255716 A.B.PATIL LP PASS II 01/04/2006

72) 61424 02256484 TUKARAM V.WAGHMARE LP PASS II 01/06/2006

73) 61424 02470240 DHANAPPA S MHETRE ASST LPD 01/03/2006

74) 61424 03076003 KERBA BHAIROO LP STG II 01/05/2006

75) 61424 05226338 H A BARANGULE LP M/EXP 01/03/2006

76) 61424 05247100 NAGAPPA SHIVAPPA LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

77) 61424 05247329 RAJARAM GAIGAVALI LP GDS I 01/04/2006

78) 61424 05247500 MURTUZ SHAIKH LP STG II 01/03/2006

79) 61424 05252945 S.G.CHAVAN LP M/EXP 01/03/2006

80) 61424 05253536 SAMBHAJI SALUNKE SR ASSTT 01/05/2006

81) 61424 05264741 BHIMRAO MALLAPPA LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

82) 61424 05268564 MALLIKARJUN AMBEKAR LP M/EXP 01/05/2006

83) 61424 05270881 D D KORE LP STG I 01/03/2006

84) 61424 05274461 VISHAWANATH KHADAKADE LP GDS I 01/02/2006

85) 61424 05276998 D B KHATAKE SR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

86) 61424 05277491 VIJAY DADA RAO LP GOODS II 01/03/2006

87) 61424 05283395 S A WAHID LP GDS II 01/02/2006

88) 61424 05284363 RAMA RATHOD LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

89) 61424 05287650 V.D.TUPE LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

90) 61424 05288952 ARJUN N MULE LP GOODS II 01/02/2006

91) 61424 05290223 R.B.KAMBLE LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

92) 61424 05292003 MD ASHFAQ AHMED LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

93) 61424 05294355 K ANJENEYA KUMAR LP M/EXP 01/03/2006

94) 61424 05308100 S.M. DONI LP PASS II 01/06/2006

95) 61424 05466763 CHANDRAKANT PAWAR LP GDS I 01/02/2006

96) 61424 05948393 S.M.LOKHANDE LP PASS II 01/06/2006

97) 61424 05948400 A.M. GURAV CCOR 01/03/2006

98) 61424 05948447 Y.K. RAMESHBABU PCOR 01/03/2006

99) 61424 05948459 N.NATRAJAN LP PASS 01/06/2006

100) 61424 05948460 N MANOJ KUMAR PCOR 01/03/2006

101) 61424 05948502 H.S. KULKARNI LP PASS II 01/06/2006

102) 61424 05969074 SHASHIKANT M POTDAR LP GDS II 01/02/2006

103) 61424 05969260 P D PANIGAR LP GDS II 01/03/2006

104) 61424 05972346 RAJU B KUSGAL LP GDS II 01/02/2006

105) 61424 05979907 K MUNIRATHANAM ASST LPD 01/06/2006

106) 61424 05979950 MADHUCHANDRA TIKOLE ASST LPD 01/06/2006

107) 61424 05979985 D UMAMAHESWARARAO ASST LPD 01/06/2006

108) 61424 05980057 KHASPA SAILENDRA ASST LPD 01/06/2006

109) 61424 05980136 L V G RAMACHANDRARAO ASST LPD 01/06/2006

110) 61424 05980161 B V RADHAKRISHNA ASST LPD 01/06/2006

111) 61424 05980173 S VENUGOPALA RAO ASST LPD 01/06/2006

112) 61424 05980185 VISHAL C LONDHE ASST LPD 01/06/2006

113) 61424 05986102 MAMIDALA VENKATRAJAM ASST LPD 01/05/2006

114) 61424 05986140 SUBRAMANYAM C N ASST LPD 01/05/2006

115) 61424 05986151 DUDEKULA KHASIMVALI ASST LPD 01/05/2006

116) 61424 05986163 KAPAKA SESHA SATEESH VAS ASST LPD 01/05/2006

117) 61424 05986205 NAKKINA YESU BABU ASST LPD 01/05/2006

118) 61424 05986229 G NAJURULLA ASST LPD 01/05/2006

119) 61424 05986266 B TARAPATHI RAO ASST LPD 01/05/2006

120) 61424 05986280 CHAGANTI DURGAPRASAD ASST LPD 01/05/2006

121) 61424 05986321 VANKA SHANKAR RAO ASST LPD 01/05/2006

122) 61424 05986345 MD NABI SHAREEF ASST LPD 01/05/2006

123) 61424 05986369 BEESETTY SHRINIVAS ASST LPD 01/05/2006

124) 61424 05986400 GARIGE CHANDRASHEKHAR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

125) 61424 05986436 SUTHARI VISHNUMURTHY ASST LPD 01/05/2006

126) 61424 05986448 KARNI SRINIVASA RAO ASST LPD 01/05/2006

127) 61424 05986461 KONATHALA MANOHARA ASST LPD 01/05/2006

128) 61424 05986465 SUNDAR RAO BAGGU ASST LPD 01/05/2006

129) 61424 05986485 SUNDARA RAO BAGGU ASSTT L P D 01/05/2006

130) 61424 05989036 PATTABHI VENKATESWAR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

131) 61424 05989048 R PAVANKUMAR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

132) 61424 05989103 ADDEPALLI ASST LPD 01/05/2006

133) 61424 05989164 CHALWADI PRABHAKAR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

134) 61424 05990464 RAJESHKUMAR SINGH ASST LPD 01/02/2006

135) 61424 05993374 MYADAM SANTOSH LAXMAN ASST LPD 01/05/2006

136) 61424 13729135 SUDHIR KUMAR NELA SR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

137) 61424 14459085 ASHOK G PARGONDE ASST LPD 01/03/2006

138) 61425 00965807 J B GANGAWANE LP GOODS II 01/02/2006

139) 61425 00965807 J B GANGAWANE LP GDS II 01/02/2006

140) 61425 02243696 C.L.WAZ M EXP DR 01/04/2006

141) 61425 02252995 KRISHAAT R KAMBLE LP PASS II 01/04/2006

142) 61425 02256897 M.D.JAGDHANE LP PASS II 01/04/2006

143) 61425 02572399 SUNIL R KAMBLE LP GOODS II 01/02/2006

144) 61425 05243210 K.D.KENNETH LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

145) 61425 05246465 C.S.COURT LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

146) 61425 05246723 BALKRISHNA D.SALUNKE LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

147) 61425 05248994 T.N.KUMAR CCOR 01/03/2006

148) 61425 05249491 UTTAM B.PAWAR L P PASS II 01/03/2006

149) 61425 05249790 NARAYANSING SHAHUSIN LP GDS I 01/05/2006

150) 61425 05260152 AB.JAINUDDIN ISMAIL LP GDS I 01/02/2006

151) 61425 05260190 G W SCOTT LP GDS II 01/03/2006

152) 61425 05261119 MANOHAR G.GEDAM LP GDS I 01/03/2006

153) 61425 05261685 SK WAHID SK AHMED LP GDS I 01/03/2006

154) 61425 05262381 YUVRAJ RAJARAM LP GDS I 01/02/2006

155) 61425 05263084 BALU SHANKAR GOPANE LP GDS I 01/02/2006

156) 61425 05263460 RAMCHANDRA T.PARATE LP M/EXP 01/05/2006

157) 61425 05263561 MOHAN SAMBHAJI LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

158) 61425 05263617 SUBHASH JAMBAYYA LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

159) 61425 05264182 ARUN NAMDEO L P M/EXP 01/05/2006

160) 61425 05273110 BHASKAR A.GAIKWAD LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

161) 61425 05273122 DADASAHEB H.INGALE LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

162) 61425 05273225 SD.SIKANDER ABDULLA L P PASS II 01/05/2006

163) 61425 05276342 BABASAHEB GULABRAO LP GDS I 01/02/2006

164) 61425 05276524 MADAN SHIVAJI LP GDS I 01/02/2006

165) 61425 05277176 S R KALDHONE LP GDS I 01/06/2006

166) 61425 05280655 B UDAYSING SR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

167) 61425 05281750 SAMPAT RAMCHANDRA LP GDS I 01/02/2006

168) 61425 05288980 A W TELTUMBADE LP PASS II 01/04/2006

169) 61425 05290790 RAMESH B IJAGAT LP GDS II 01/02/2006

170) 61425 05291261 ANIL CHHOTUSING LP M/EXP. 01/02/2006

171) 61425 05293959 Y.K.GAWADE LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

172) 61425 05297280 SUNIL S.KAMBLE LP M/EXP 01/04/2006

173) 61425 05344074 KASAM M.SHAIKH LP GDS I 01/05/2006

174) 61425 05948514 BAVA ROHIL T P LP GOODS I 01/03/2006

175) 61425 05948770 SANDEEP KHANZODE LP PASS II 01/06/2006

176) 61425 05948794 LALIT FEGADE LP PASS II 01/04/2006

177) 61425 05948800 CHERIAN VERGES P. LP PASS II 01/03/2006

178) 61425 05972905 DAULAPPA LP GDS II 01/02/2006

179) 61425 05973065 RAVI SATYANARAYAN LP GDS II 01/02/2006

180) 61425 05979626 SREEPADA NAGESHWARAO SR ASST LPD 01/03/2006

181) 61425 05979638 KALBURGI MD GOUS SR ASST LP 01/03/2006

182) 61425 05979640 S A ZAHEER AHMED SR ASST LPD 01/03/2006

183) 61425 05979857 SANTOSH A GAIKWAD ASST LPD 01/06/2006

184) 61425 05979922 RAYI RAVINDRANATH ASST LPD 01/06/2006

185) 61425 05979948 RATNAPAL CHAVAN SR ASST LPD 01/03/2006

186) 61425 05979961 B GOPALA KRISHNAN ASST LPD 01/06/2006

187) 61425 05979973 B GOPALAKRISHNAN LP GDS II 01/06/2006

188) 61425 05980008 KOTTURU VENKATLAL ASST LPD 01/06/2006

189) 61425 05980197 MOHANLAL SHRIPAL ASST LPD 01/06/2006

190) 61425 05980203 GURAM RAJASEKHAR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

191) 61425 05980239 TYAGARAJ S HONAMODE ASST LPD 01/06/2006

192) 61425 05980623 BAJARANG K GHADGE SR ASST LPD 01/03/2006

193) 61425 05981256 M.SUDHAKAR ASST LPD 01/04/2006

194) 61425 05982265 BIJAYAKUMAR DAS ASST LPD 01/04/2006

195) 61425 05982662 RAVINDRA BHANDARE SR ASST LPD 01/03/2006

196) 61425 05982710 RATHOD SATISHKUMAR ASST LPD 01/04/2006

197) 61425 05982728 MANOJKUMAR DSL ASST 01/04/2006

198) 61425 05982730 CHETAN N SURTI ASST LPD 01/04/2006

199) 61425 05982753 SURVASE SATISH ASST LPD 01/04/2006

200) 61425 05982984 ATHOTA CHIRANJEEVI ASST LPD 01/04/2006

201) 61425 07725553 SALIMKHAN A PATHAN LP GDS I 01/02/2006

202) 61426 05241170 YAKUB A MAJID SR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

203) 61426 05242460 SK BASHIR CHAND SR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

204) 61426 05243233 GABREAL JOHN SR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

205) 61426 05260220 RAJARAM BHAGWAN SR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

206) 61426 05263323 LALA BASHIR SHAIKH SR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

207) 61426 05263440 MARUTI G SONWANE SR ASST LPD 01/04/2006

208) 61426 05275842 RAMKISAN LALJI SR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

209) 61426 05275878 NAZIRSHAHA VAZIRSHA SR ASST LPD 01/04/2006

210) 61426 05275908 SHAMBHU BABURAO SR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

211) 61426 05275910 GOKUL RAMCHANDRA SR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

212) 61426 05275969 LAXMAN DAGDOO SR ASST LPD 01/02/2006

213) 61426 05276172 BALOO PANDURANG SR ASST LPD 01/02/2006

214) 61426 05276184 BALURASOO SHELAR SR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

215) 61426 05276240 SK USMAN HAJI SR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

216) 61426 05276380 TUKARAM RAJARAM SR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

217) 61426 05450743 TANAJI BAJI SR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

218) 61426 05549176 SRIKANT K TONPE ASST LPD 01/03/2006

219) 61426 05979870 AJILAL.K. ASST LPD 01/06/2006

220) 61426 05980010 JAYACHAMARA J PATIL ASST LPD 01/06/2006

221) 61426 05980021 KELLA VENKATARAMANA ASST LPD 01/06/2006

222) 61426 05980100 BOTTA SRINIVASA RAO ASST LPD 01/06/2006

223) 61426 05980123 UMESH KUMAR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

224) 61426 05980215 HOTHA RAMESH SHANKAR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

225) 61426 05980227 ANILKUMAR B. KSHIRSAGAR ASST LPD 01/06/2006

226) 61426 05980488 S JAYAN ALP 01/02/2006

227) 61426 05982297 AJAYKUMAR PATEL ASST LPD 01/04/2006

228) 61426 05982704 ROHIT HASMUKH ASST LPD 01/04/2006

229) 61426 05986114 GOPIKRISHANA ASST LPD 01/06/2006

230) 61426 05986126 ARUNKUMAR A P ASST LPD 01/05/2006

231) 61426 05986187 SAJEEM K ASST LPD 01/05/2006

232) 61426 05986199 BHOJRAJ CHANDRAKAR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

233) 61426 05986217 TARKESHWAR DUTTA PAL ALP 01/05/2006

234) 61426 05986230 RAKESH KUMAR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

235) 61426 05986242 SHIBU THOONOORA ASST LPD 01/05/2006

236) 61426 05986254 SANJU C B ASST LPD 01/05/2006

237) 61426 05986278 JAYAKUMAR K ASST LPD 01/05/2006

238) 61426 05986291 SHELKE ANKUSH ASST LPD 01/05/2006

239) 61426 05986308 NAND KISHOR GUPTA ASST LPD 01/05/2006

240) 61426 05986310 KALLA RAVI ASST LPD 01/05/2006

241) 61426 05986333 SATISH JAIPRAKASH ASST LPD 01/05/2006

242) 61426 05986357 M ALFRED SUNDERSINGH ASST LPD 01/05/2006

243) 61426 05986370 BISWAJIT CHATTERJEE ASST LPD 01/05/2006

244) 61426 05986382 LAXMINARAYAN BARGAH ASST LPD 01/05/2006

245) 61426 05986394 PARESH NATH MAHTO ASST LPD 01/05/2006

246) 61426 05986424 GOPAL SAW ASST LPD 01/05/2006

247) 61426 05986450 KUDUPUDI KARUNAKUMAR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

248) 61426 05988743 SUDHIR KUMAR ASST LPD 01/04/2006

249) 61426 05988974 SANTOSH KUMAR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

250) 61426 05989050 PALLE MURALI MOHAN ASST LPD 01/06/2006

251) 61426 05989061 GANGULURI ARJUNA RAO AAST LPD 01/06/2006

252) 61426 05989115 Y SRI RAMA MURTHY ASST LPD 01/05/2006

253) 61426 05989139 RETHEESH REMANAN ASST LPD 01/05/2006

254) 61426 05989140 NALLEBOYINA VENKATA ASST LPD 01/06/2006

255) 61426 05989152 BATTULA GANAPATHI ASST LPD 01/05/2006

256) 61426 05989176 SURESH CHAND KATARA ASST LPD 01/05/2006

257) 61426 05989188 SANTOSH KUMAR SINGH ASST LPD 01/05/2006

258) 61426 05989190 SUMANT KUMAR ASST LPD 01/05/2006

259) 61426 05989206 ARVIND KUMAR SHARMA ASST LPD 01/05/2006

260) 61426 05989218 RAKESH KUMAR GUPTA ASST LPD 01/06/2006

261) 61426 05989220 SANNAPU REDDY MURALI ASST LPD 01/05/2006

262) 61426 05990488 S JAYAN ASST LPD 01/02/2006

263) 61426 09544124 P KRISHNAIAH ASST LPD 01/04/2006

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PME Due Date

Master Circular No. 25



Copy of Railway Board’s letter No. 69/H/3/11 dated 06.12.1974



Subject: Implementation of the Recommendations of the Visual Sub-Committee.



6. Periodical re-examination of serving Railway Employees:



6.l. In order to ensure the continued ability of Railway employees in Classes A l, A 2, A 3, B l and B 2 to discharge their duties with safety, they will be required to appear for re-examination at the following stated intervals throughout their service as indicated below:



6.1.1. Classes A l, A 2 and A 3 —At the termination of every period of three years, calculated from the date of appointment until they attain the age of 45 years, and thereafter annually until the conclusion of their service.



Note: (l) The staff in categories A l, A 2 and A 3 should be sent for special medical examination in the interest of safety under the following circumstances unless they have been under the treatment of a Railway Medical Officer.



(a) Having undergone any treatment or operation for eye trouble irrespective of the duration of sickness.



(b) Absence from duty for a period in excess of 90 days.



(2) If any employee in medical category A has been periodically medically examined at any time within one year prior to his attaining the age of 45, his next medical examination should be held one year from the due date of the last medical examination and subsequent medical examination annually thereafter.



If, however, such an employee has been medically examined, at any time earlier, than one year prior to his attaining the age of 45, his next medical examination should be held on the date he attains the age of 45 and subsequent medical examination annually thereafter.




Ammendment: It was ammended in 1993 as below



Age Group PME Due



Age 00-45 every 4yrs



Age 45-55 every 2yrs



Age 55-60 every year
Details:-
As per Rly Bd's Guideline of Medical Exam issued vide LNo. 88/H/5/12 dated 24-01-1993

a) PME would be done at the termination of every period of 4 years from date of appointment / Initial medical Exam till the date of attainment of age of 45 years, every 2 years upto 55 years & there after annual till retirement.
b) Employees who has been periodically examined at any time within 2years prior to his attaining the age of 45years would be examined after 2years from the date of last PME & subsequent PME for every 2years upto 55years age.Of

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6.1.2. Classes B-1 and B-2—On attaining the age of 45 years, and thereafter at the termination of every period of five years.