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Revised Training Modules for Supervisors of Mechanical Engineering Dept
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Revised Training Modules for Supervisors of Mechanical Engineering Dept
Government of India (Bharat Sarkar)
Ministry of Railways (Rail Mantralaya)
(Railway Board)

The General Managers
All Indian Railways
including Production Units

The Director
Indian Railways Institute of
Mechanical & Electrical Engineering (IRIMEE)

Sub: - Revised Training Modules for Supervisors of Mechanical Engineering Dept

In continuation of this office letter of even number dated 02.12.2010 (RBE No. 172/2010), the Task Force constituted under the Human Resource Reforms Committee for reviewing the Training Modules has submitted their report in respect of initial/promotional courses of Supervisors of Mechanical Engineering Department.

2. The existing training modules provide for a training programme of 78 weeks duration for directly recruited Junior Engineer as well as those selected through Limited Departmental Examination. For those who were recruited directly at the level of erstwhile Section Engineer, a training programme of 52 weeks duration has been laid down. Similarly, technicians promoted to the rank of Junior Engineer through normal process of selection/suitability, a 22 weeks course was designed for imparting theoretical and practical training.
3. The Task force in consultations with the stakeholders has come up with the following revised stage-wise training for the Supervisors of Mechanical Engineering Department: -

Category: Junior Engineer (RRB)
Initial Courses (in weeks)
Category: Junior Engineer(Intermediate/LDCE)
Promotional Courses(in weeks)
Category: Junior Engineer (Promotion through seniority)
Promotional Courses(in weeks)
Category: Sr. Section Engineer
Initial Courses (in weeks)

A question bank consisting of 166 questions on various facets of Mechanical Engineering Department to be made available to the candidates is enclosed at Annexure-IV. The Principals of Supervisor Training Centre would be responsible for updating the question bank from time to time in view of system development/procedural or technological changes.

For practical training purposes: -
a) The trainees should be provided with a detailed schedule / training module spelling out clearly the areas in which they will be trained, objectives, what they should learn etc.
b) A booklet containing an overall view of field unit should be given to them with the necessary theoretical input.
c) A copy of Manuals/other related study materials should also be given to the trainees so that they can use them for study, comparison and reference.
d) A standardized Diary should be maintained, in which the trainee has to write the observations made during his practical training.
e) Willing supervisors who are interested in imparting training in each section/shop should be identified and involved in imparting field training.
f) The field training should be monitored regularly by an Asst. Officer and periodically by a senior scale officer in the field.

Kindly acknowledge receipt.

(Anil Wason)
Dy. Director(MPP)
Railway Board
No.E(MPP)2009/3/l 7 New Delhi dated 3 -6.2011

End: Annexure I, II, III & IV
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08-04-2011 10:51 PM
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RE: Revised Training Modules for Supervisors of Mechanical Engineering Dept
Already the Sr.Technicians only having very few months remaining service are not interested in JE post due to same grade pay,no increment during promotion and loss of incentive earnings due to 80% and shouldering higher responsibilities.In this situation 5 months training without incentive and terminal exam. I am dead sure nobody will opt for JE post.That is going to be always vacant and other supervisors will be over loaded.
08-07-2011 06:55 PM
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