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Revised Subscription Rates of Railway Employees Liberalized Health Scheme as per 7th CPC Pay Matrix

Revised Subscription Rates of Railway Employees Liberalized Health Scheme as per 7th CPC Pay Matrix

The Railway Board has decided to revise the subscription rates of Railway Employees Liberalized Health Scheme (RELHS) as per the Pay Matrix Level recommended by the 7th Pay Commission.
Following the subscription calculation method of CGHS for Central Government Employees and Pensioners, the Railway Board has now decided and published the revised subscription rates for all the group of Railway employees through its official portal.

On 9th January, 2017 the Health Ministry published the new rates of monthly subscription for availing the CGHS facility. The Central Government Pensioners have an option to get their CGHS Pensioners Card by either making CGHS contribution on an annual basis (12 Months) or by making contribution for 10 years for life time validity.

The rate of contribution to join RELHS shall be last month’s basic pay drawn or the subscription rate indicated in the above table at different levels as per the 7th Pay Commission whichever is lower.

Pay Matrix LevelSubscription Rate to Join RELHS (in Rs.)
Level 1 (Grade Pay 1800)30,000
Level 2 (Grade Pay 1900)30,000
Level 3 (Grade Pay 2000)30,000
Level 4 (Grade Pay 2400)30,000
Level 5 (Grade Pay 2800)30,000
Level 6 (Grade Pay 4200)54,000
Level 7 (Grade Pay 4600)78,000
Level 8 (Grade Pay 4800)78,000
Level 9 (Grade Pay 5400)78,000
Level 10 (Grade Pay 5400)78,000
Level 11 (Grade Pay 6600)78,000
Level 12 and Above1,20,000

The revised rate of subscription as above shall be applicable to those railway employees who shall be retiring and joining RELHS on or after the date of issue of this letter (23.2.2017). Those who have already retired and are not member of RELHS shall be governed by the rules which were prevalent at the time of their retirement.
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RAILWAYS: Change of Nomenclature of the posts of Senior Translator & Junior Translator

RAILWAYS: Change of Nomenclature of the posts of Senior Translator & Junior Translator

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAIL WAY BOARD)
No.2019/ERB-II/12/9
New Delhi, dt 19.03.2019
ORDER

Consequent upon change of nomenclature of the posts of Senior Translator and Junior Translator of Central Secretariat Official Language Service (CSOLS) vide Dept. of Official Language, MHA’s Order No. 16/24/2018//O.L. (Service) dated 11.02.2019, The Competent Authority has decided to adopt the same nomenclature in the Ministry of Railways (Railway Board) also as under:

S.NO.Existing Nomenclature of the PostNew Nomenclature
1.Senior TranslatorSenior Translation Officer (STO)
2.Junior TranslatorJunior Translation Officer (JTO)

The change in nomenclature will have immediate effect it will not lead to upgradation pf pay/level in future.

The necessary amendment in respective recruitment rules will follow.
sd/-
(Anil Kumar C.V)
Under Secretary (Admin.)
Railway Board
The Pay & Accounts Officer,
Ministry of Railways (Railway Board)
New Delhi
No.2019/ERB-II/12/9
New Delhi, dt.19.03.2019
Copy to:
  1. The Principal Director of Audit, Northern Railway, New Delhi.
  2. Deputy Comptroller & Auditor General of India (Rlys), R.No.222, Rail Bhawan, New
  3. US (A)-IV, US(E)-III, Railway Board for further necessary action regarding amendment in Recruitment Rules.
  4. All Officers and Branches of Railway Board.
  5. Secretary RBMSA, Railway Board.
Source: AIRF
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