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Raising of upper age limit for dependent ward
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Raising of upper age limit for dependent ward
No.AIRF/82 Dated: February 11, 2011

The Secretary(E),
Railway Board, New Delhi

Attn: Shri A.K. Nigam, Adviser(IR), Railway Board


Dear Sir,

Sub: Raising of upper age limit in case of entitlement of Privilege Passes/
PTOs for dependent sons


The upper age limit prescribed by the Railway Board for the entitlement of Privilege Passes/PTOs in case of dependent son, if he is not a student of a bonafide institute, is 21-year at present.
In the present circumstances, in case the son of an employee completes his graduation up to the age of 21-year and does not pursue further higher education on account of one reason or the other, he is deprived of Privilege Passs/PTOs issued to his father, whereas the son, while looking for a job, has to travel more and more in search of proper job/employment for which he has to appear either in written test or viva-voce at different places, thereby he remains in urgent need of Passes/PTOs.
It would, therefore, be in the fitness of things that the upper age limit for the entitlement of Privilege Passes/PTOs in case of dependent son may be raised up to the age of 25-year irrespective of the fact whether he is a student of any bonafide institute or not as the age of 25-year is permissible age for receipt of Family Pension by a son if he is unemployed.
Necessary amendments in the Pass Rules are, therefore, needed to be affected.


An early action in the matter is solicited.

Yours faithfully,

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
General Secretary


Copy to: General Secretaries, all affiliated unions – for information
02-21-2011 09:03 PM
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