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Unreserved Ticketing System(UTS)



GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (Bharat Sarkar)
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (Rail Mantralya)
(RAILWAY BOARD)
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New Delhi, dated 16.12.2010


No.2010/TG-I/10/UTS-II

Chief Commercial Managers,
All Zonal Railways.


(COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR NO.61 OF 2010)
Sub: Unreserved Ticketing System(UTS)



      Please refer to instructions issued vide this office letter No.2002/TG.I/10/P/UTS dated 15.02.2007(Commercial Circular No.14 of 2007) wherein it was advised that on the day of journey, refund of tickets issued through UTS should be permitted at ticket issuing station or at the cluster station.

2.      The matter has been reviewed and in supercession of the instructions dated 15.02.2007 referred to above, it has been decided as under:-

i.      The existing system of issuing tickets within the cluster will continue and will not be extended to either within the zone or Server

ii.      On the day of journey, cancellation of ticket issued through UTS, would be permitted only at the journey originating station.

iii.    Cancellation of such tickets prior to the date of journey would be permitted at the journey originating or the ticket issuing station.

iv.      Cancellation would be permitted only if the nodes are connected to the server and should not be permitted when they are in off line mode due to any reason.

3.      Necessary instructions may be issued to all concerned.

4.      This issues with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of Railway Board.

(Sanjay Manocha)
Dy. Director Traffic Commercial (G)-II
Railway Board



Breaking News on Entitlement of Privilege Pass issue in Railways



Breaking News on Entitlement of Privilege Pass

After lots of hiccups, All India Railwaymen Federation’s proposal to give 2 AC pass to Grade Pay Rs. 4200, 3 AC Pass to Grade Pay Rs. 2800 & also 3 AC pass to staff with GP 1900, 2000 & 2400 travelling on duty, has finally been accepted by Railway Board. After kind approval of MR orders are likely to be issued shortly. General Secretary/AIRF has thanked all Railwaymen for keeping the patience & also extends greetings to Hon’ble MR & Board on resolving the Pass issue.


Source: AIRF

Last Date For Change of Option as per Rule No.11 CCS Rules(Revised Pay) 2008 is 31.12.2010



AS PER RULE NO:11 THE LAST DATE FOR CHANGE OF OPTION IS 31.12.2010

When the 6th pay commission was implemented ,all central govt employees were asked to give option form as per rule No:11 in the CCS (Revised Pay) Rules-2008, it was asked that whether the implementation of 6th cpc is to be from 01/01/2006 or on any other date(Promotion/Increment). Almost all employees opted 01/01/2006 for the implementation But employees requested in the JCM level that, they may get additional financial benefit of they option for any other date rather than 01/01/2006.The govt accepted the JCM’s(National Anomaly Committee) opinion and provide one more chance to give new option as per Rule No.11 to the beneficial employees. This chance is closing at 31.12.2010.

Particularly employees who got promotion after 01/10/2006, have to calculated the differences individually and they may get some financial benefit the last Date for this exercise is an 31st December, 2010

What says Rule No.11…

Fixation of pay in the revised pay structure subsequent to the 1st day of January,2006 -

“where a Government servant continues to draw his pay in the existing scale and is brought over to the revised pay structure from a date later than the 1st day of January 2006,his pay from the later date in the revised pay structure shall be fixed in the following manner;-

(i) Pay in the pay band will be fixed by adding the basic pay applicable on the later date,the dearness pay applicable on that date and the pre-revised dearness allowance based on rates applicable as on 1.1.2006.this figure will be rounded off to the next multiple of 10 and will then become the pay in the applicable pay band. In addition to this, the grade pay corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale will be payable .Where the Government servant is in receipt of special pay or non-practicing allowance ,the methodology followed will be as prescribed in Rule 7(i),(B),(C) or (D) as applicable, except that the basic pay and dearness pay to be taken into account will be the basic pay and dearness pay applicable as on that date but dearness allowance will be calculated as per rates applicable on 1.1.2006.”

See the table given below for your information…
Except the first two basic pay(pre-revised scale) multiply with 1.86, there is some difference with comparing to others. Please follow this article, clarify your pay fixation details individually once again before give option…

Pre-Rev.BP Mul.Fac. Tot. Round. Fitment Diff.
3050 1.86 5673 5680 5880 200
3200 1.86 5959 5960 6060 100
4000 1.86 7440 7440 7440 -
4500 1.86 8370 8370 8370 -
5000 1.86 9300 9300 9300 -


Source: www.govtempdiary.com



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