Railway board empowers DRMs to re-engage retired rail staff
New Delhi: The Railway board has empowered Divisional Railway Managers (DRM) to re-engage retired rail personnel for appropriate posts in the sector.
In a letter, the board gave the power to the DRMs to employ pensioners at their discretion.
“Divisional railway managers are empowered to re-engage retired employees. Railway should give publicity to such re-engagement by putting it on railway websites,” the letter said.
The board said those re-appointed can only be in service till they are 62. The retirement age of employees is 60.
The monthly remuneration of such employees would be determined by “reducing pension from his last pay drawn”, it said.
The board has also laid down some conditions for re-engagement.
The Northern Railways has already released a notification inviting retired railway employees to apply for 4,500 vacant positions in various departments.
The offer for re-engagement, the board said, stands till September 14, 2018, and they have to be discharged once selected candidates to join the Railway Recruitment Board.