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Staff Strength of Railway Board and Other Railway Offices from 2000-01 to 2012-13

September 3, 2015 Author : OGD PMU Team

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The total Staff Strength of Railway Board and Other Railway Offices in India in 2000-01 was 17076. The number/share of staff belonging to Group A in total Staff Strength of Railway Board and Other Railway Offices in India was 854 (5%); the number/share of staff belonging to Group B was 717 (4.2%); the number/share of staff belonging to Group C was 11701 (68.52%) and the number/share of staff belonging to Group D was 3804 (22.28%).

The total Staff Strength of Railway Board and Other Railway Offices in India in 2010-11 was 17739. The number/share of staff belonging to Group A in total Staff Strength of Railway Board and Other Railway Offices in India was 948 (5.34%); the number/share of staff belonging to Group B was 863 (4.86%); the number/share of staff belonging to Group C was 13248 (74.68%) and the number/share of staff belonging to Group D was 2680 (15.11%).

The total Staff Strength of Railway Board and Other Railway Offices in India in 2012-13 was 17328. The number/share of staff belonging to Group A in total Staff Strength of Railway Board and Other Railway Offices in India was 1066 (6.15%); the number/share of staff belonging to Group B was 828 (4.78%); the number/share of staff belonging to Group C was 13499 (77.9%) and the number/share of staff belonging to Group D was 1935 (11.17%).

The total Staff Strength of Railway Board and Other Railway Offices in India increased by 252 (1.48%) in 2012-13 as compared to the year 2000-01. The increase in the staff belonging to Group A of Railway Board and Other Railway Offices in India was 212 (24.82%); the increase in the staff belonging to Group B was 111 (15.48%) and the increase in the staff belonging to Group C was 1798 (15.37%). There was a decline in the staff belonging to Group D by -1869 (-49.13%). This change in composition and the rate of increase/decrease in the staffing pattern is a reflection of the modernisation/computerisation – wherein the posts like computer operator, under Group C, have increased while the post of Group D have decreased as the need for certain activities, like physical movement of files/information, has declined.

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Source: Ministry of Railways
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