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Railways abolished 72,000 Group C & D jobs in 6 yrs – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Indian Railways has abolished practically 72,000 posts of Group-C and Group-D classes within the final six years, which embrace peons, waiters, sweepers, gardeners and first college academics. According to official paperwork, the 16 zones of railways had proposed to give up 81,000 such posts for these classes from 2015-16 to 2020-21.
Officials mentioned these posts are non-essential and these have little relevance contemplating the change in work tradition and expertise adoption. So far 56,888 such posts have been surrendered by the zonal railways and the remaining 15,495 are scheduled to be surrendered. Data exhibits that the northern Railways has surrendered greater than 9,000 posts whereas within the south japanese Railway 4,677 posts have been abolished. The southern Railway has surrendered 7,524 posts and within the japanese Railways, it is greater than 5,700. Sources mentioned one other 9,000-10,000 such posts could also be abolished by the tip of this present monetary yr after the approval from the Railway Board.
Officials mentioned workers at present holding such posts are more likely to be absorbed within the numerous departments.
The railways resolve on the give up of posts after finishing up work-study efficiency of workers throughout the zones. The research additionally point out the estimated financial savings resulting from surrendering such posts. Officials mentioned the main target of such research is to scale back the posts which are unproductive. “We can focus on getting more technical people who can contribute to our growth and operation rather than having a large number of support staff to carry letters and other documents,” mentioned an official.
In latest years, the variety of sanctioned posts within the railways has been declining resulting from outsourcing. The nationwide transporter has taken this route to scale back the monetary burdens on it, each when it comes to salaries and pensions. Currently, railways spend half of its whole revenue on salaries and pensions – 37 paise out of each one rupee earned on salaries of staff and 16 paise on pensions.

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