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Exclusion of Training period
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Exclusion of Training period
Er. S.V. SREIDHAR has posted the following comments in the Guest Book"

Due to exclusion of Training period for ACP benefits the Technical supervisors are greatly afftected because the technical category posts are carrying the training period of 12 to 24 months when compared to non technical categories posts of railways. (Nil to 6 months). Whether the government know about it or not?

He has since represented the matter to the authorities for redressal. A copy of his representation is being attached.

Another representation sent by him to the MOR is also attached.


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02-03-2009 07:11 AM
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RE: Exclusion of Training period
It is really a good point to refer to the ministry. Training for 12/24 months means learning additional knowledge which is an evident that this category can not be compared with non technical post. Though the technical post is superior it is equated with non technical post by the totally useless pay commission members.
02-05-2009 11:46 PM
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RE: Exclusion of Training period
Er. S.V. SREIDHAR has posted the following comments in the Guest Book"

Due to exclusion of Training period for ACP benefits the Technical supervisors are greatly afftected because the technical category posts are carrying the training period of 12 to 24 months when compared to non technical categories posts of railways. (Nil to 6 months). Whether the government know about it or not?

He has since represented the matter to the authorities for redressal. A copy of his representation is being attached.

Another representation sent by him to the MOR is also attached.

Vide RBs No. E9NG)I/90/ICI1 dtd. 02.06.1992, if an employee has undergone a training on or after 1.1.86, such training period is to be counted for increments. Whether this point can be used for the claim?
06-21-2009 11:49 PM
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Excluding training period.
The pre 1987 appointed supervisors either undergone 2 years or 5years training.They have not been given the increment benefit after completion of training period.This is a long pending anomaly.This should also been taken care. 24/18 months training period switching over will also result in juniors getting ACP in advance than the seniors. It is requested that while demanding inclusion of training period for ACP the above anomalies to be also addressed.
06-22-2009 11:39 PM
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J.A.Ansari
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RE: Exclusion of Training period
Dear Er.Sunder
Please clarify that whose those are appointed after 1987 as App. and send to training for 2 years and get increment benifit during training period also ,will entitle for MACP?
04-20-2010 10:11 AM
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RE: Exclusion of Training period
The post made by Shri. Mohan on 05.07.2008, in 'Southern railway discussion forum- Personal grievances-Granting of ACP' is reproduced for kind notice. I do not whether the induction training, apprenticeship, training before initial appintment etc. are same. Any way hope this will do some help in the matter.

Railway Board vide circular No.RBE 24/2002 issued under No.PC-V/99/I/1/1 dt.19.2.2002 has issued clarifications on ACP. One of the clarifications is as under:

S.No.40: Doubt: In certain categories, an employee after his selection on direct recruitment basis or even on promotion is required to undergo induction training before he is given a functional post. Whether such induction training shall count towards the eligibility service for ACPS?
Clarification: If under the relevant Recruitment/Service Rules, the induction training counts towards eligibility service for regular promotion, the same will also be counted towards the 12-years/24 years residency period/regular service required for financial upgradations under ACP Scheme.[/size]
06-23-2010 03:46 PM
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RE: Exclusion of Training period
As per compilation given by Er. K.V. Ramesh on Anomaly Committee Meeting regarding MACPS, official side refused to include Training period for granting upgradation. According to this article, those training period count for promotion purpose only consider for MACPS. Whether the 2 year Training period of we underwent before our posting as JE-II, will be considered for promotion purpose. Rumours spread that some Units have already given upgradation after including 2 years Training period.

If any Units have given upgradation after including 2 years Training period, please inform through this Thread.
10-16-2010 09:33 PM
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RE: Exclusion of Training period
Whether length of service is a criteria for promotion in group 'C'? When a vacancy occures in higher post, seniors will be considered, so there will be no chance for considering the Training period.
10-17-2010 07:39 PM
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