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Clarification regarding reckoning of 20/33 years of qualifying service in respect of Drivers, Gangmen, Specified safety categories in GP 1800 and 1900

Clarification regarding reckoning of 20/33 years of qualifying service in respect of Drivers, Gangmen, Specified safety categories in GP 1800 and 1900


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
RAILWAY BOARD

NO.E(P&A)I-2013/fe-2/3

RBE No. 131/2014.
New Delhi Dated 01.12.2014

The General Managers
       All Indian Railways.

Sub: Clarification regarding reckoning of 20/33 years of qualifying service in respect of Drivers, Gangmen, Specified safety categories in GP 1800 and 1900 under Liberalized Active Retirement Scheme for Guaranteed Employment for Safety Staff (LARSGESS) – PNM/AIRF Item No.23/2013 and NFIR’s letter No.II/NFIR/95/pt.IV dated 03.07.2014.

The issue of reckoning of prescribed 20/33 years of qualifying service in specified safety categories or otherwise for determining the eligibility of Drivers, Gangmen , Specified  safety categories in GP 1800 and 1900 under Liberalized Active Retirement Scheme for Guaranteed Employment for Safety Staff  (LARSGESS)  has been under consideration of the board for quite some time.


2. In partial modification of the clarification contained in Board’s letter No.E(P&A) I- 2011/RT-6 dated 11.03.2013, it has now been decided by Board that for determining the eligibility of the employee in respect of the prescribed qualifying service of 33/20 years under LARSGESS, an employee is required to render total qualifying service of 33/20 years, out of which the employee should have rendered at least the last ten years in the concerned safety category post. Past cases decided otherwise by the railways need not be re-opened.

3. In view of the above, for determining the eligibility of the employee under the scheme, the eligibility conditions for the specified safety categories for seeking retirement under LARSGESS would be as under:-

S.No
Category
Eligibility Conditions on the cut off date
Qualifying service
Age
1
Drivers and specified safety category posts in GP 1900
i. Total 33 Years
ii. Last ten years in the concerned safety category post
55-57 years
2
Gangmen and other specified safety category posts in GP 1800
i. Total 29 years.
ii. Last ten years in the concerned safety category post.
50-57 years

4. The other terms and conditions of the scheme would remain unchanged.

Sd/-
(K.Shankar)
Director Estt. (P&A).
Railway Board.

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