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Apr 25, 2018

WRONG CLARIFICATION BY RAILWAY BOARD REGARDING MACP OF STATION MASTER/ MANAGER


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MACP  to SM's- wrongly clarified by Rly board in letter no.pc-v/2009/ACP/5/CR dt 11.12.2017 where as actual position is as under---

(1) In para 11.40.55 P - 739 of 7CPC report---keeping in mind the identical qualifications required for the post of ASM & SM with particularly no difference in the functions performed by them.
 It is recommended that the post of ASM in GP 2800 should first be upgraded to GP 4200 and then fitted in the revised pay matrix. 

(2) Item no.31 of RB's dt 19.2.2002---- where all the posts are placed in a higher scale of pay with or without a change in the designation; without requirement of
any new qualification for holding the post in the higher grade; not specified in the recruitment rules for the existing post and without involving any change in the responsibilities and duties; then placement of all the incumbents against such upgraded posts is not be treated as promotion/ up gradation 

(3) In para 5 of MACP circulars of Rly board dt 10.6.2009 (RBE 101/2009) ----base on letter of MACP --- promotions earned / up gradation granted in the pasts under MACP to those grades which now carry the same grade pay due to merger of pay scales/up gradation of posts recommended by 7cpc should be ignored for the purpose of granting MACPs. 

(4).RBE 20/2017 dt 3.3.2017----benchmark remain good till decided by dopt.


 So from the above letter it is clear that promotion/ up gradation under MACP of ASM from GP 2800 to 4200 be ignored. And SMS are eligible for promotion under MACP to level 7 , 8 , 9 after completing 10--20--30 years service w.e.f.25.7.2016. 

NOTE - All the competent office bearers of any trade unions to raise the issue at appropriate level.

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