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RRB Group D Level 1 2019: Salary after 7th Pay Commission, Job Profile & Promotion Policy

In this article, we are going to provide you all the information related to roles and responsibilities of a RRB Group D Level 1 Posts in different Railway Departments alongwith their salary structure, allowances and promotion policy.

Jul 26, 2019 12:46 IST
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RRB/RRC Group D Level 1 Posts Salary after 7th Pay Commission, Job Profile and Promotion
RRB/RRC Group D Level 1 Posts Salary after 7th Pay Commission, Job Profile and Promotion

This year Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has invited online applications on behalf of Railway Recruitment Cells (RRCs) from eligible candidates for various posts in Level 1 of 7th CPC Pay Matrix in various units of Indian Railways. Eligible Candidates can apply from 12th March 2019 till 12th April 2019 for total 103769 Vacancies. Below are the Important Dates of RRB/RRC Level 1 Posts 2019 Recruitment:

RRB/RRC Level 1 Posts 2019 Exam

Important Dates

Opening of Online Registration of Applications

12th March 2019 (17:00 Hrs)

Closing of Online Registration of Applications

12th April 2019 (23:59 Hrs)

Closing  Date & Time for Payment of Application Fee

Online (Net Banking/ Credit Card/ Debit Card/ UPI)

23rd April 2019 at 23:59 hrs.

SBI Challan

18th April 2019 at 13:00 hrs.

Post Office Challan

18th April 2019 at 13:00 hrs.

Closing of online submission of application complete in all respects

26th April 2019 at 23:59 hrs.

Computer Based Test (CBT)

Tentative schedule between September-October 2019

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In this article, we will provide you all the information related to the RRB Level 1 Group DPosts 2019 Jobs; be it the nature of the work, pay scales, salary structure or the promotion policies. Let us first look at the Pay Scale of a RRB Level 1 Group D Posts in detail:

Pay Scale and Salary after 7th Pay Commission of RRB/RRC Group D Level 1  Posts

Pay Scale for RRB Level 1 Group D Posts as per 7th CPC Pay Matrix is shown in the table given below along with total number of vacancies:

RRB/RRC Level 1 Group D Posts Pay Scale after 7th Pay Commission and 2019 Vacancies

S. No.

Name of the post

Department

Number Of Vacancies

Pay Scale (In Rs.)

1

Assistant (Workshop)

Mechanical

11277

Rs. 18,000/- (Level 1 of 7th CPC Pay Matrix) plus allowances as admissible

2

Assistant Bridge

Engineering

913

3

Assistant C&W

Mechanical

7284

4

Assistant Depot (Stores)

Stores

1694

5

Assistant Loco Shed (Diesel)

Mechanical

2204

6

Assistant Loco Shed (Electrical)

Electrical

1098

7

Assistant Operations (Electrical)

Electrical

788

8

Assistant Pointsman

Traffic

14870

9

Assistant Signal & Telecom

Signal and Telecommunication (S and T)

5479

10

Assistant Track Machine

Engineering

3157

11

Assistant TL & AC

Electrical

3633

12

Assistant TL & AC (Workshop)

Electrical

1823

13

Assistant TRD

Electrical

3014

14

Assistant Works

Engineering

4109

15

Assistant Works (Workshop)

Engineering

403

16

Hospital Assistant

Medical

1302

17

Track Maintainer Grade IV

Engineering

40721

Grand Total

103769

Note: The PwBD reservation in the vacancies of Posts - Assistant Pointsman, Assistant Bridge, Track Maintainer Grade IV cannot be given due to the job requirements.

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Below are the region wise details of the total 103769 Vacancies announced by RRCs this year:

 RRB Group D 2019 Vacancies

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RRB/ RRC Level 1 Group D Salary Structure & Allowances

The final salary of a railway employee under RRC Level 1 Group D Category will be equal to the Total Pay + Grade Pay + Dearness Allowance (DA) + House Rent Allowance (HRA) + Transport Allowance (TA). Let’s have a look at the RRB/RRC Level 1 Group D Salary Structure & Allowances:

Railway Group D Salary (RRB/RRC Level 1 as per 7th CPC Matrix)

Scale

Pay Band

Grade Pay

Grade Pay – Entry Level

PB-1

15600-60600

5400

21000

5700

23190

6000

25380

7200

29730

8400

34080

PB-2

29900-104400

12600

40500

13800

51420

PB-3

14400

54450

16200

63000

46800-117300

19800

76590

22800

88500

PB-5

112200-20100

26100

138300

26700

147300

30000

159000

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Apart from the Basic Pay, RRB Group D Level 1 Posts are entitled to several other benefits and allowances. These allowances will vary as per the various official rules of the respective Government Departments where the candidates are posted. Some of these allowances are:

1. Dearness Allowance

2. House Rent Allowance

3. Transport Allowance

4. Allowance for Night Duty

5. Daily Allowance, Mileage Allowance beyond 8 km

6. Compensation in case of Holidays

7. Fixed Conveyance Allowance

8. Conveyance Allowance to Doctors

9. Special Compensatory (Tribal/Scheduled Area) Allowances.

10. Special Allowance to Railway School Teachers

11. Special Allowance for child care, women with disabilities and Educational Allowance

12. Overtime Allowance (OTA)

13. Pension Scheme

14. Medical Benefits

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The House Rent Allowance (HRA) of all government employees will be calculated as per the criteria mentioned below in the table:

Category of Cities

HRA Before 7th Pay Commission

HRA After 7th Pay Commission

X

30%

24%

Y

20%

16%

Z

10%

8%

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The three categories of cities are classified according to their population density. Let’s look at the list of cities which fall under the X, Y and Z categories:

Categories

Cities

X

(Population >= 50 Lakhs)

Bengaluru, Greater Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Chennai and Kolkata

 

Y

(Population 5 to 50 Lakhs)

Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Puducherry, Meerut, Ghaziabad, Raipur, Rajkot, Jamnagar, Bhavnagar, Moradabad, Thrissur, Malappuram, Kannur, Kollam, Gwalior, Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Ujjain, Amravati, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Nashik, Bhiwandi, Solapur, Kolhapur, Vasai-Virar Cty, Vijayawada, Warangal, Greater Visakhapatnam, Guntur, Nellore, Guwahati, Patna, Hubli-Dharwad, Mangalore, Mysore, Gulbarga, Kozhikode, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Ajmer, Salem, Tirupur, Coimbatore, Tiruchirappalli, Madurai, Erode, Dehradun, Chandigarh, Durg-Bhilai Nagar, Sangli, Cuttack, Bhubaneswar, Rourkela, Vadodara, Surat, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Srinagar, Jammu, Jamshedpur, Dhanbad, Ranchi, Bokaro Steel City, Belgaum, Malegaon, Nanded-Waghala, Aligarh, Agra, Bareilly, Lucknow, Kanpur, Allahabad, Gorakhpur, Varanasi, Saharanpur, Noida, Firozabad, Jhansi, Asansol, Siliguri, Durgapur

Z

(Population < 5 Lakhs)

All other remaining cities

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Job Profile and Promotion Policy of RRB LEVEL 1 Group D Posts

The Job Profile of RRB Group D Level 1 Posts differs as per the hierarchy level of different railway departments. Below are the major roles and responsibilities performed under RRB Group D Level 1 Posts in different railway departments along with their Promotion Hierarchy in ascending order:

RRB/RRC LEVEL 1 Group D Posts Job Profile and Promotion Policy

S. No.

Name of the post

Department

Job Profile

Promotion

1

Assistant (Workshop)

Mechanical

1. Assistant (workshop) is posted in a carriage and wagon workshop.

2. Ensures the security and maintenance of coaches.

3. Preventive and breakdown maintenances of coaches and wagons take place in the workshop department.

4. A section (eg: a Wheel shop, Bogie

shop, Furnish shop etc) is allotted to Assistant  workshop).

Superintendent

2

Assistant Bridge

Engineering

1. To assist the seniors in the construction of new bridges under railway authority.

2. Ensure the availability of materials required in proper quantity and quality and act as a helping hand in designing the overall construction.

Section Engineer

3

Assistant C&W (Carriage and Wagon)

Mechanical

1. Trip schedule Maintenance

2. Addressing the issues of BPC (Brake Power Certificate)

3. Pit line Maintenance

4. Intermediate Overhaul Maintenance

5. ART (Accident Relief Train) Maintenance

Superintendent

4

Assistant Depot (Stores)

Stores

Procurement and supply of components to major mechanical, electrical, signal and telecom workshops for maintenance of coaches, wagons.

Assistant (Depot) also supplies spare parts to major diesel and electric locomotive sheds.

Depot Material Superintendent Grade I

5

Assistant Loco Shed (Diesel)

Mechanical

Taking care of the overhauling of diesel locomotives.

Section Engineer

6

Assistant Loco Shed (Electrical)

Electrical

The electrical SSE in electrical is responsible for working on the TRS sheds engaged in overhauling and assembly level maintenance of 25KV AC electric Locos in electrical loco sheds.

Section Engineer

7

Assistant Operations (Electrical)

Electrical

1. Ensures electrical supply and assists the operation manager.

2. Under the supervision of a senior engineer, he does the maintenance of electrical appliances of the train and station.

Section Engineer

8

Assistant Pointsman

Traffic

To handle switches or railroad points

To control the lever to direct the train to the required tracks

Superintendent

9

Assistant Signal & Telecom

Signal and Telecommunication (S and T)

1. Works under the supervision of the senior officer.

2. To provide signals to the trains as per the situations.

3. Part of the panel interlocking system. 4. Also hands over the token to the driver after granting line clearance to enter the block section.

Section Engineer

10

Assistant Track Machine

Engineering

1. Repairs the machines under the supervision of seniors.

2. Also ensures the availability of tools/ gadgets required for the effective working of the track machine.

Section Engineer

11

Assistant TL & AC (Train Lights & AC)

Electrical

1. To look over the TL & AC (Train Lights and AC).

2. To look over the proper functioning of train’s electrical appliances and connections eg: proper functioning of signal LEDs, AC controllers, power Supplies, stabilizations etc.

Section Engineer

12

Assistant TL & AC (Workshop)

Electrical

1. To ensure the availability of tools and gadgets required by assistant TL & AC Engineers.

2. To look over the maintenance of lights, bulbs, fans, AC ducts, temperature control of ACs, stabilizations & all other electrical appliances.

Section Engineer

13

Assistant TRD (Traction Distribution)

Electrical

1. Responsible for the maintenance of electrical assets like electrical locomotives, Electrical Multiple Units (EMUs) and Main Line Electrical Multiple Units (MEMUs).

2. Responsible for all technical and organizational matters connected with the efficient maintenance and operation of the power supply installations, OHE and RC equipment.

Section Engineer

14

Assistant Works

Engineering

1. Enrolled in the manufacturing department of all kinds of rail assets like manufacturing of coaches, every appliance of trains, platforms sheds etc. 2. They have to create new designs for the betterment of Indian Railways.

Section Engineer

15

Assistant Works (Workshop)

Engineering

1. To assist the seniors in manufacturing.

2. To ensure the availability of materials (tools and gadgets) required.

3. Handles all the fitting and welding work in manufacturing under the supervision of their seniors.

Section Engineer

16

Hospital Assistant

Medical

1. Providing proper care to the ailing passenger during treatment

2. Taking care of medical aids & their requirements in the stations

3. Cleaning Medical Equipments.

Superintendent

17

Track Maintainer Grade IV

Engineering

1. Maintaining tracks.

2. Will have to walk along the track checking the condition of track, attend to minor works like tightening/providing clamps, joints etc.

3. Keep an eye over the breakdown of tracks

4. Provides proper, safe and smooth track to the trains

5. Look over every repairs and maintenance of the track line.

Section Engineer

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So, the Job Profile of different RRC Group D Level 1 Posts can be a great opportunity for those candidates who are looking for a job in the railway department. RRB Group D Level 1 Posts can offer you a government job with a good salary package. Before applying to the various positions offered by railways under RRC Group D Level 1 Posts Recruitment, candidates are advised to look at the eligibility criteria, age limit and the educational qualification for the respective posts.

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