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Monday, December 23, 2013

Minimum qualifications for recruitment / promotion of teachers for classes I to VIII in Railway Schools - Railway Board Orders

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Amendments in the norms of minimum qualifications for recruitment / promotion of teachers for classes I to VIII in Railway Schools (Primary and Trained Graduate Teachers) - Railway Board Orders

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)
RBE No. 127/2013
No.E(P&A)I-2012/PS-5/PE-3
Dated 09.12.2013
The General Manager,
All Indian Railways,
Including C.L.W., D.L.W., I.C.F. and 
Director General / R.D.S.O.

Sub: Amendments in the norms of minimum qualifications for recruitment / promotion of teachers for classes I to VIII in Railway Schools (Primary and Trained Graduate Teachers).

Ref: Para No.178 of IREM, Vol-l (Revised Edition 1989)

The minimum qualifications for recruitment / promotion of Primary School Teachers,Trained Graduate Teachers and Post Graduate Teachers working in Railway Schools have been laid down in Boards letter No. E(P&A)I-87/PS-5/PE-9 dated 04.10.1989, which are in line with those laid down by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan and Delhi Administration for these categories of teachers.

NPS was implemented in respect of Delhi Cantonment Board employees from 01.04.2011...

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NPS was implemented in respect of Delhi Cantonment Board employees from 01.04.2011...

Pending amount under NPS with Delhi Cantt. Board

94 employees joined service in Delhi Cantonment Board on or after 01.01.2004 and are covered under New Pension Scheme (NPS). However, NPS was implemented in respect of Cantonment Board employees from 01.04.2011 after obtaining approval of the Central Government. 

All employees have been covered under Tier-I scheme. Tier-II scheme is optional and no employee of the Board has opted for Tier-II. The Cantonment Board has deposited the due amount of 85 employees (both employee’s and employer’s share). In the case of 9 employees who have not subscribed part of their share for the period from the date of their joining to 31.03.2011 amount to the extent subscribed along with the contribution of the employer has been deposited with the NSDL. 

EPFO to decide PF interest rate on January 14

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EPFO to decide PF interest rate on January 14

Retirement fund body Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) will announce the interest rate on provident fund (PF) deposits for the current financial year on January 14 and may offer its over 5 crore subscribers a little more than 8.5 per cent provided in 2012-13.

"The decision on interest rate on PF deposits for this fiscal is pending for long and a decision would be taken by the board in the next meeting," said Central Provident Fund Commissioner KK Jalan. A decision on the interest rate could not be taken as the Central Board of Trustees has not met after it was reconstituted in May.



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