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Read the Salary of RRB Junior Engineer after 7th Pay Commission; Know Their Benefits, Allowances & Promotion Policy

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Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has invited eligible candidates for the posts of Junior Engineer (JE), Junior Engineer (Information Technology), Depot Material Superintendent (DMS) and Chemical & Metallurgical Assistant (CMA).

It is to be noted that, the RRB has released a total of 13847 Vacancies, this year. Here we will give you the complete information regarding, list of work, pay scale after the 7th Pay Commission, salary structure, and promotion policies of RRB Junior Engineer.

Pay Scale of RRB Junior Engineer (JE) after the 7th Pay Commission:

Junior Engineer (JE), Junior Engineer (Information Technology), Depot Material Superintendent (DMS), Chemical & Metallurgical Assistant (CMA) from Level 6 get a pay scale from Rs 35400 to Rs 112400. 

Allowances given to RRB Junior Engineer (JE):

Interestingly, the RRB Junior Engineer are rewarded with several benefits and allowances apart from having basic pay. List of allowances given to them are as follows:

  • Medical Facilities

  • House Rent Allowance

  • Railway Duty Pass

  • Transport Allowance

  • Educational Allowance

  • Dearness Allowance

  • City Compensatory Allowance (CCA)

  • Other Special Allowance

RRB Junior Engineer (JE) Promotion Policy:

It is to be noted that, Junior Engineer is promoted to Senior Section Engineer to Assistant Divisional Engineer to Divisional Engineer to Senior Divisional Engineer.

RRB Junior Engineer (JE) Job Profile:

RRB Junior Engineer (JE), job profile is differentiated between Civil Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineer, Mechanical Engineer and Information Technology (IT) Engineer.

Civil Engineers also called Inspectors of work or Incharge of tracks. They supervise RRB Civil Engineer. However, Electrical Engineer is in charge of the electrical department who control the speed at which the drive wheel spins. They also work on lightening and air conditioning of train, safety system and power supply.

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineer is in charge of the telecommunication department in which they mostly look after the signalling installation and finalizing the proposal of work budget, periodic review and revenue.

Mechanical Engineer handles the conditions of components of goods wagons and passengers coaches. However, Information Technology Engineer works in the IT Department and are responsible for updating the content.



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