Reengagement of Retired Railway employees

Reengagement of Retired Railway employees on daily remuneration basis.

General Managers to re-engage retired employees with the following conditions:

  1. Railway should issue necessary notification for such re-engagement by giving wide publicity through open advertisement so that all may get equal opportunity.
  2. Re-engaged employees should not have been covered under the Safety Related Retirement Scheme/Liberalized Active Retirement Scheme for Guaranteed Employment for Safety Staff (LARSGESS).
  3. While engaging such staff, medical fitness of the appropriate category should be obtained from the designated authorities.
  4. Suitability/competency of the staff should also be adjudged before engaging and the issue of their safety record should be addressed.
  5. Maximum age limit for such re-engagement shall be 62 years and this limit shall not be exceeded in case of any retired railway employees during the period of re-engagement.
  6. While engaging such staff and assigning duties to them, it must be ensured that safety and other operational requirements are adequately addressed.
  7. Remuneration to such staff be made as stipulated vide this Ministry’s letter No. E(NG)II/2007/RC-4/CORE/1 dated 11.12.2009 (in each and every case of engagement of retired employee, the daily allowances plus full pension should not exceed the last pay drawn).
  8. The scheme will be valid up to December 2011. This may be terminated if adequate staff become available.

Rate per day (E(NG)II/2007/RC-4/CORE/1 dated 11.12.2009)

GP 1800 Rs. 300
GP 1900 - 2800 Rs. 320
GP 4200 Rs. 550
GP 4600 Rs. 565
  • It should, however, be ensured that in each and every case of engagement of retired employee, the daily allowance + full Pension should not exceed the last pay drawn.

​See also : Re-engagement of retired Running Staff on daily remuneration basis

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