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INFORMATION

PLAN OF EXAMINATION

UPSC EXAMS

Indian Administrative Service (IAS)

Indian Police Service (IPS)

Central Civil Services - Group A

Indian Foreign Service (IFS)

Indian Revenue Service (IRS) - Income Tax, Customs and Central Excise

Indian Audits & Accounts Service (IAAS)

Indian Post & Telecommunication Accounts and Finance Service (IP&TAFS)

Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS)

Indian Railway Accounts Service (IRAS)

Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)

Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS)

Indian Defence Estate Service (IDES)

Indian Information Service (IIS)

Indian Railway Personnel Service (IRPS)

Railways Protection Force (RPF)

 

 

Indian Railway Personnel Service (IRPS)

The Indian Railway Personnel Services (IRPS) was formed in the year 1981. IRPS is one of the Group ‘A’ Central Civil Service of India. The cadre controlling authority for IRPS is the Ministry of Railways

  • Cadre size: 275 posts (direct recruitment – 50%, promotion – 50%).

Functions of the Officers

  • Arrange recruitment, training of staff, promotion, demotion, transfers, disciplinary actions, retirement, settlement, selection etc.
  • Handling (negotiation and grievances handling) the railway unions.
  • Dealing with provisions of various laws and acts such as Industrial dispute Act, Factory Act, Workman Compensation Act, Payment of Wages, Minimum Wages and their implementation in the railways is another responsibility.
  • Interpretation of rules and orders.
  • Address matters concerning the welfare of the staff such as provision of residential accommodation, canteens, holiday homes, consumer societies, schools, clubs, institutes, hospitals etc.

Service Hierarchy

Grade

Pay scales

Designation in Field (Commercial)

Designation in Field (Operational)

Junior time scale

8000-13500

Assistant personnel officer


Selection time scale sr. scale

10000-15200

Divisional personnel officer

Senior personnel officer

Junior administrative grade

12000-16500

Sr. Divisional personnel officer

Deputy chief personnel officer 

Selection grade

14300-18300

Senior administrative grade

18400-500-22400

Chief personnel officer

Executive director

Higher administrative grade

22400-525-24500

Coordinating chief personnel officer

Additional member

Higher grade

26000 (fixed)


Member staff