Can Railway Group C get promotion?
Promotion within Group C Posts are categorized into Selection or Non selection for Promotion purposes by Railway Board. For non-selection posts selection is primarily done on the basis of seniority cum suitability whereas for selection posts it is done primarily on the basis of merits.
What is the grade pay of Group C in railway?
4800 / 5400 / 6600 in Pay Band PB-2 / PB-3 ( Rs. 9300-34800 / 15600-39100 ) will continue to be classified as Group ‘C’. A Railway Service post carrying Grade Pay Rs….118. Tenure posts.
|Posts in Railway Board||5 years|
|Divisional Railway Manager, Additional Divisional Railway Manager, Deputy General Manager.||3 years|
What are Group C and D posts in Railway?
Name of Railway Recruitment Cells(RRCs)
|List of Posts that are recruited by the RRB|
|Commercial Apprentice (CA)||Traffic Apprentice (TA)||Goods Guard|
|Senior Clerk cum Typist||Junior Accounts Assistant cum Typist (JAA)||Traffic Assistant|
|Station Master||Junior Engineer||NTPC Posts|
Who comes under Group C?
Group `C’ posts mainly perform clerical work in ministries and departments and Group `D’ employees are recruited to do maintenance and labour work. All the salaries and grade pay of Central govt employees are decided by a committee called CPC (Central Pay Commission).
What is the salary of Group C?
The highest salary for a GROUP C in India is ₹47,562 per month. The lowest salary for a GROUP C in India is ₹27,131 per month.
Where did the Group C category come from?
The roots of the Group C category lie in both FIA Group 6 and particularly in the GTP category introduced by the ACO at Le Mans in the mid-1970s. GTP was a class for roofed prototypes with certain dimensional restrictions, but instead of the more usual limits on engine capacity, it placed limits on fuel consumption.
When did Group C sports car racing start?
Group C was a category of motorsport, introduced by the FIA in 1982 for sports car racing, along with Group A for touring cars and Group B for GTs.
What was the purpose of the Group C car?
It was designed to replace both Group 5 special production cars (closed top touring prototypes like Porsche 935) and Group 6 two-seat racing cars (open-top sportscar prototypes like Porsche 936 ).
When was Group C introduced in Le Mans?
A sticker on a race car from the 1984 24 Hours of Le Mans, denoting the car is part of the Group C category. Group C was a category of motorsport, introduced by the FIA in 1982 for sports car racing, along with Group A for touring cars and Group B for GTs.