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Use Case Specification: Running Allowances

 

Version 1.18

 

 

 

 


Revision History

Date

Version

Description

Author

5th Apr 2006

1.0

Running Allowance

Abhishek Kumar

2nd June 2006

1.1

Modifications to item 3.1.2 as per SR and WCR suggestions

Deepak Ganju

7th June 2006

1.2

3.1.1 Case A and Case B corrected as per WCR suggestion

Deepak Ganju

14th June 2006

1.3

3.1.3 Correcting the OT factors to standardize on I.R. and defining BOR at 3.1.13

Deepak Ganju

16th April 2008

1.4

Allowance of ghat modified

Deepak Ganju

14th Sep 2009

1.5

Changes in allowance calculation all cases as requested by Railways from time to time

Team comprising of Sanjay Khanna Guard, S.M.Rizvi LI

24th Sep 2009

1.6

Clarity in defining BOR not applicable for NR returning case

Sanjay Khanna, Lalit Pandey

12th Jan 2010

1.7

Modified Rule 3 by adding Minimum guaranteed after adding that section

Full CMS CRIS Domain Team

14th May 2010

1.8

Incorporated para 4.2.1 for clarity on Minimum guaranteed and continuous duty.

Rules for officiating corrected as per clarification from CAO / FOIS

Rule 5 clarified further.

Sanjay Khanna, Rizvi, Ashok, Rajeev, Lalit,

24th June 2010

1.9

Para 4.2.2 added for minimum guarantee for delhi area section.

Rule 5 further modified for combination of minimum guarantee and non minimum guarantee section

Sanjay Khanna, Rajeev, Lalit, Amit

11th Aug 2010

1.10

Rule 5, para 4.2.1, 4.2.2 reframed.

HS duty type added in 5.5

5.7 modified for showing actual BOR and doubling to be done by P branch later

Rule 6 for circular duty allowance added.

Amit, Lalit

30th Sep 2010

1.11

Rule 5.8 for Accident Allowance added

Rule 5.9 for fixed mileage  routes added

Corrections made in officiating allowance.

Corrections in BOR for rest less than 6 hrs

Rule 5.10 for coal pilot added

Amit, Pandey, Khanna, Shushmitha

29th April 2011

1.12

Correction made in rule 6.1.2 for officiating

table 4.1 expanded for Port shuttling, special shuttling,

shunt count added ()

Non run group modified (Group 11 added)

Calculation sequence added

6.1.3 modified, 6.1.4 removed

Abhishek, Amit, Lalit Pandey, Sushmitha, Rajeev Pandey, Ashok

9th Aug 2011

25th Aug 2011

1.13

Officiating mileage for passenger guard on mail exp made as 15% from ACTUAL

Incentive in case of freight not to include ghat section

Non run modified

Clause for Over time and Sample calculation for OT added

Out station reliving allowance (OSRA) added

Sushmitha, Rajeev Pandey, Sanjay Khanna, Ashok Kr, Lalit Pandey

13th sep 2011

1.14

OSDA clarified for sister lobby

Spl Shuttling ceiling changed to 240 km for kurla lobby

Sanjay Khanna, Amit, Lalit Pandey, Sushmitha

30th sep 2011

1.14

Waiting mileage added

Sushmitha

23rd Nov 2011

1.14

New NON nrun groups 11 (Others) and 12 (Misc) added, Group table in 8.3 modified, Form for edit non run modified

OSRA in the above table redisgnated as NRDA

Clause added for admissible allowance while going to / coming back from Non run

Amit, Abhishek, Raghavendra, Sushmitha, Neha, Naveen

18th Jan 2012

1.15

Rule 5 b : Minimum guarantee continuous duty modified

Examples added for spare and shunting in minimum guarantee section

Sushmitha, Lalit Pandey,  Amit, Naveen

4th Apr 2012

1.15

Absent From & To time changed from 00:00 to Act

Naveen, Raghavendera, Abhishek, Sushmitha, Vippin, Ashok, Sanjay, Rajeev,

6th July 2012

1.15

OT calculation method rectified

Clause 8.2.5 for sending on non run added

Clause 3.1 Service type High speed in coaching added

CMS team

10th July 2012

1.15

Clause 3.3 Duty type High speed deleted, Pilot, Dead and Zero mileage added, note added in table in clause 4.1

Clause 5.5 updated

Clause 4 Rule 1 further clarified

Clause 4 Rule 5 (b) modified

Clause 4.1 table Port sht redesignated as Port Sht / EOL

Lalit Pandey, Naveen

27th Aug, 2012

1.16

Clause 5.12 (OSRA) expanded for crew not in temp transfer.

Table 4.1 service type SHT.VN  with duty type SH3 added

 

13th Dec 2012

1.17

NH column added to non run table

Sushmitha, Naveen

12th Aug 2013

1.17

Para 8.1, Table for Non Run modified for default credit hours,

Para  8.3, Table for calculation of non run modified accordingly.

Neha, Naveen

5th Aug 2014

1.17

Para 8.2.6, No run credit for hours to be given if sent to non run before noon

 

Naveen, Raghavendra, Sanjay khanna, Ashok, Abhishek, Praveen Malik, Amit,

28th Aug 2014

1.18

5.10 coal pilot modified for set working and Table for mileage calculation added

Naveen, Raghavendra, Sanjay khanna, Ashok, Amit, Lalit


Table of Contents

1.      Use Case Name                                                                                                                                                                       1

1.1         Brief Description                                                                                                                                                       1

2.      Actors                                                                                                                                                                                        1

2.1         Primary Actor                                                                                                                                                            1

2.2         Secondary Actors                                                                                                                                                     1

3.      Grouping of Allowance calculations                                                                                                                                    1

3.1         Classification based of Services                                                                                                                            1

3.2         Classification of TA type                                                                                                                                        1

3.3         Classification based on duty type                                                                                                                         2

3.4         Classification based of on section                                                                                                                         2

3.5         Other Allowances                                                                                                                                                      2

4.      Combination of Allowance groups and the mileages                                                                                                       2

4.1         Summary Table for allowance payment                                                                                                             2

4.2         Continuous Duty                                                                                                                                                      8

5.      Other Allowances                                                                                                                                                                    9

5.1         Out Station Rest (detention) Allowance (Km) OSDA                                                                                        9

5.2         Night Duty Allowance                                                                                                                                              9

5.3         Allowance in-lieu-of running room facility                                                                                                          9

5.4         Shunting Vans / juggler                                                                                                                                            9

5.5         High Speed Trip Allowance                                                                                                                                    9

5.6         National Holiday Allowance -                                                                                                                             10

5.7         Breach of rest allowance                                                                                                                                      10

5.8         Accident Allowance                                                                                                                                               10

5.9         Fixed route mileage                                                                                                                                                11

5.10       Coal Pilot mileage                                                                                                                                                  11

5.11       Shunting Duty allowance                                                                                                                                      11

5.12       Outstation (Relieving) allowance OSRA                                                                                                            11

5.13       Special allowance for sister lobby for shunters                                                                                                 11

5.14       Waiting duty allowance                                                                                                                                        11

6.      Officiating Allowance                                                                                                                                                          12

6.1         Officiating Allowance                                                                                                                                            12

6.2         Officiating working procedure                                                                                                                             12

7.      Rounding Off of Mileages (Mileage and OTA)                                                                                                               13

8.      Non Run Allowance                                                                                                                                                             13

8.1         Non Run Reason Codes and description                                                                                                           13

8.2         Special Properties of non run reasons                                                                                                                 22

8.3         Non run allowance Calculation                                                                                                                           24

8.4         Example                                                                                                                                                                   25

9.      Weightage for calculating mileage                                                                                                                                     28

10.              Over Time                                                                                                                                                                     28


Use Case Specification: Running Allowance

 

1.     Use Case Name

Running Allowance

1.1     Brief Description

This Use Case deals with calculation of running allowance of freight, coaching and Shunting for all category of running staff i.e. drivers, guards, astt. Drivers, Shunters (TCC, TNC, CTCC, LF, CRC, LS are excluded). The scope includes Diesel, Electrical Traction (Excl Steam) and includes all types of gauges in prevalent on I.R. The scope included documenting all the running allowances upto kms and Hrs. (Rs. Calculations not in this scope)

Running allowances means the allowances ordinarily granted to non-gazetted Railway servants for the performance of duty directly connected with the charge of moving trains. The staff drawing running allowances.

Running Allowances calculated are

 

2.     Actors

2.1     Primary Actor

Running Crew or Pay Sheet Clerk, Over Time Clerk hereafter called as Clerk.

2.2     Secondary Actors

Crew, Loco supervisor, LI

 

3.     Grouping of Allowance calculations

3.1     Classification based of Services

·         Freight (FGHT)

·         Coaching (COACH)

o   Mail Exp

o   Passenger

o   Rajdhani

o   Highspeed

·         Departmental (DEPT)

o   Material Train

o   Ballast Train

o   Crane Special

·         Breakdown (BD)

·         Shunting (SH)

·         Port Shuttling (PORT SHT)

·         Special Shuttling (SPL SHT)   

·         CR shuttling (CR SHT)

3.2     Classification of TA type

·         General (GEN) – Normal, Multiple, Banker, Light engine

·         Dead Loco (DEAD)

·         Banked (BNKD)

3.3     Classification based on duty type

·         Working (WR)

·         Spare (SP)

·         Waiting (WT)

·         Yard relief (YR)

·         Road Learning (LR)

·         Shunting (SH)

·         Coal Pilot (CP)

·         Pilot

·         Dead

·         Zero Mileage

 

3.4     Classification based of on section

·         Minimum guaranteed

·         Ghat section (Ghat)

3.5     Other Allowances

·         Outstation rest (detention) allowance

·         Night duty Allowance

·         National Holiday Allowance

·         Breach Of rest

·         Allowance in lieu of running Room

·         Officiating Allowance

·         Outstation relieving allowance

 

4.     Combination of Allowance groups and the mileages

4.1     Summary Table for allowance payment

The following are all possible combinations of the allowance calculations and the rule for payments of the allowance

 

SERVICE

TA

Duty Type

GHAT (WR)

MINIMUM GURANTEED

WR

SP

WT

YR

LR

SH

FGHT

GEN

FGH

SP

WT

YR

LR

SH

ADMISSIBLE

ADMISSIBLE

FGHT

DEAD

DEAD

SP

WT

YR

-

-

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

COACH

GEN

COACH

SP

WT

YR

LR

SH

ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

COACH

DEAD

DEAD

SP

WT

YR

-

-

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

DEPT

GEN

DEPT

SP

WT

YR

LR

-

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

DEPT

DEAD

DEAD

SP

WT

YR

-

-

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

BD

GEN

BD

SP

WT

YR

LR

-

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

BD

DEAD

DEAD

SP

WT

YR

-

-

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

SH

-

-

-

-

-

-

SH

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

FGHT

BNKD

FGH

SP

WT

YR

-

-

ADMISSIBLE

ADMISSIBLE

COACH

BNKD

COACH

SP

WT

YR

-

-

ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

DEPT

BNKD

FGH

SP

WT

YR

-

-

ADMISSIBLE

ADMISSIBLE

BD

BNKD

BD

SP

WT

YR

-

-

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

PORT SHT / EOL

GEN

SH2

-

-

-

-

-

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

SPL SHT

GEN

SH1

-

-

-

-

-

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

SHT.VN

GEN

SH3

 

 

 

 

 

NOT ADMISSIBLE

NOT ADMISSIBLE

 

“-“ Combination not applicable

For Pilot, Dead, logic is same as Route Learning (LR)

Pilot, Dead is permitted in Freight Only

 

FGH

Give min 120 in case the section is classified as minimum guaranteed else actual with incentive as per rule (1)

SP

Half of the actual kms moved

WT

Hrs of duty (rounded OFF- Rule2) x 15 subjected to maximum of 150 kMs. Kms not admissible in case booked after waiting

YR

Hrs of duty (rounded OFF- Rule2) x 15 no max limit

LR

The actual kms moved

SH

Hrs of duty (rounded OFF- Rule2) x 15 no max limit

SH1

Hrs of duty (rounded OFF- Rule2) x 15 max limit 180 km

SH2

Min 160Km,  Hrs of duty (rounded OFF- Rule2) x 20, max limit 200 Km (240 km for Kurla lobby CLA)

SH3

UPTO 0 to 60 km, mileage = TWO Times
60 and above, mileage = THREE times of the portion above 60

DEAD

The actual kms moved

COCH

According to Rule (3)

DEPT

Hrs of duty (rounded OFF- Rule2) x 20 subjected to maximum of 200 kMs

BD

Hrs of duty (rounded OFF- Rule2) x 25 no max limit

GHAT

As per the ghat rule (Rule - 4)

MINIMUM GURANTEED

As per  rule of min. guaranteed (Rule - 5)

CP

Bonus kms in case the working is less than the defined Hrs else normal kms

BNKD

A train having a banker in the rear shall be called a banked train, This is admissible for Ghatsection

 

In case a train is banked then the user shall make 2 TA one for BNKR and one for BNKD to get the banker mileage. In case a banker is working on a section without banking a train then it is called a light engine movement the user shall accordingly make the TA.

 

Rule 1 Applicable for Freight services normal.

 

Kilometrage actually performed by the running staff

Kilometrage to be paid

< 120

120 (If the section is classified as minimum guaranteed section)

120 – 125 (125.5)

Actual kilometer-age performed

126 (125.51) – 175 (175.5)

Actual kilometer-age plus 20 %

176 (175.51)  - 200 (200.5)

Actual kilometer-age plus 30 %

> 201 (205.51)

Actual kilometer-age plus 40 %

 

Rule 2 Rounding of the duty Hrs

           

Duty Minutes

Rounded OFF

=< 0.5

0 Hrs

0.51 - 1

1 Hrs

 

Rule 3 Coaching Allowances

 

The kms actual run shall be payable subjected to the minimum limits as below

 

Hours of Duty

Minimum Kms Payable

=< 4 Hrs

Actual + Ghat subject to a minimum of 120 kms

4 – 5 Hrs

Actual + Ghat subject to a minimum of 130 kms

> 5 Hrs

Actual + Ghat subject to a minimum of 150 kms

 

 

Rule 4 Ghat section allowance

In case the section is nominated as ghat section the allowance shall be admissible in terms of times (multiply) and the actual length of the ghat section + the actual working as per the service and TA type for cases of working duty type

 

Ghat section Type

Normal Working

With Banker (both for banker and the banked train)

Banking Engine as light engine (same as normal working)

Type - I

4 Times

4 Times

4 Times

Type - II

2 Times

4 Times

2 Times

Type – III (Special Type)

1 Times

1 Times

1 Times

 

Ghat section is not admissible for any other duty type except WR.

 

Rule 5 Minimum Guaranteed allowances

 

a) Non continuous duty: - Minimum allowance shall be given only for those working combination for which value of column named Minimum guaranteed in Summary Table should be equal to ‘admissible’ and run includes a minimum guarantee sections  either completely or partially

 

b) Continuous duty: - The check of minimum guaranteed shall be made after clubbing all possible continuous run for duty type working only,  for which value of column named Minimum guaranteed in Summary Table should be equal to ‘admissible’, clubbing should be done separately according to service type.

 

Minimum allowance shall be given only if above combined runs includes a minimum guarantee section either completely or partially

 

In case combination of duties in continuous run permit earning of mileage higher than that of minimum guarantee mileage, actual mileage earned will be given. e.g.

 

 

Cont duty: working + working

Cont duty: Working + working

Case I

Section A - B = 90 km , (min Guarantee section)

crew goes working A - B ,

rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty) come back working B - A

Mileage

A – B = 90 km

B – A = 90 km

Total = 180 km > 120

Mileage given  = 180 km, as mileage earned  is more than mileage of  minimum guarantee section

Case II

Section A - B = 40 km ,

crew goes working A - B ,

rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty) come back working B - A

Mileage

A – B = 40 km

B – A = 40 km

Total = 80 km < 120

Mileage given  = 120 km, as mileage earned  is less than mileage of  minimum guarantee section

 

 

Cont duty: Working + spare

Cont duty: Working + spare

Option I

Option II

Case I

Section A – B = 90 km (min guarantee)

Crew goes working A – B

Rests at B < 1 hr (cont duty) and returns spare B - A

Mileage A – B = 90 km

Mileage B – A = 45 km

Total = 135 km which is > 120 km

Mileage provided = 135 km

Case I

Section A – B = 90 km (min guarantee)

Crew goes working A – B

Rests at B < 1 hr (cont duty) and returns spare B - A

Mileage A – B = 90 km

Mileage given = 120 km (min gurantee)

Mileage B – A = 45 km

Total = 165 km

Case II

Section A – B = 40 km (min guarantee)

Crew goes working A – B

Rests at B < 1 hr (cont duty) and returns spare B - A

Mileage A – B = 40 km

Mileage B – A = 20 km (spare)

Total = 60 km which is < 120 km

Mileage provided = 120 km.

Case II

Section A – B = 40 km (min guarantee)

Crew goes working A – B

Rests at B < 1 hr (cont duty) and returns spare B - A

Mileage A – B = 40 km

Mileage given = 120 km (min gurantee)

Mileage B – A = 20 km (spare)

Total = 140 km

Default

WR, SER

 

Division can select either option through CRIS. (backend)

 

Cont duty: working + shunting

Cont duty: Working + shunting

 

Delhi Area

Case I

Section A - B = 90 km , (min Guarantee section)

crew goes working A - B ,

rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty) does shunting at B  for 5 hrs

Mileage

A – B = 90 km

Mileage given = 120

B = 15 X 5 = 75 km

Total = 195 km

 

Case I

Section A - B = 90 km , (min Guarantee section)

crew goes working A - B ,

rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty) does shunting at B  for 5 hrs

Mileage

A – B = 90 km

B = 15 X 5 = 75 km

Total = 165 km > 80 and > 160

Mileage given  = 165 km, as mileage earned  is more than mileage of  minimum guarantee section

Case II

Section A - B = 40 km ,

crew goes working A - B ,

rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty) rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty) does shunting at B  for 5 hrs

Mileage

A – B = 40 km

Mileage given = 120 km  

B = 15 X 5 = 75 km

Total = 195 km

Case II

Section A - B = 40 km ,

crew goes working A - B ,

rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty) rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty) does shunting at B  for 5 hrs

Mileage

A – B = 40 km

B = 15 X 5 = 75 km

Total = 105 km > 80 but < 160

Mileage given  = 160 km, as mileage earned  is less than mileage of  minimum guarantee section

 

Case III

Section A - B = 40 km ,

crew goes working A - B ,

rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty) rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty) does shunting at B  for 2 hrs

Mileage

A – B = 40 km

B = 15 X 2 = 30 km

Total = 70 km < 80 (and also < 160)

Mileage given  = 120 km, as mileage earned  is less than mileage of  minimum guarantee section

 

Note:-minimum guaranteed is calculated separately for all service type e.g. FGHT and DEPT

SPARE will be combined with service type FGHT, in case SPARE is in combination with FGHT and DEP. SPARE will be combined with DEP if FGHT is not available.

 

Clarification

 

 

 

Case I

Section A - B = X km , (min Guarantee section)

crew goes working A - B ,

rests at B < 1hrs (continuous duty)

does spare B- A or shunting at B  

mileage earned Y km

Option I

Option II

Working + spare

Working + spare

 

If (X + Y) <120  mileage given = 120

If (X + Y) > 120 mileage given = (X + Y)

Mileage given = 120 + Y (no check to be performed for X + Y)

Working  + shunting (Delhi area)

Working + Shunting

If (X +  Y) < 80 mileage given = 120

If (X + Y) > 80 but < 160 mileage given = 160

If (X +Y) > 160 mileage given = X + Y

Mileage given = 120 + Y (no check to be performed for X + Y)

 

Note : In case of Delhi Area if Working(X), spare (Y) and Shunting (Z) are in continuous duty, check will be performed on (X + Y + Z)

 

Rule 6 Circular route allowance

 

Mileage will be calculated as per existing mileage rules. Driver / Guard  / Supervisor will be required to tick for selection of correct sequence in case a station is repeated in the route.

 

4.2     Continuous Duty

If case a crew signs ON within 1 Hrs of his last Sign OFF to work a train, then his duty is treated as continuous to his pervious duty. All such multiple running made by the crew shall be grouped on the basis of service type, TA type and duty type for the purpose of incentive calculation, max limit calculation and the individual calculations added together.

 

4.2.1     Minimum Guaranteed allowances with Continuous duty in Ghat section

 

SERVICE

TA

Duty Type

GHAT (WR)

MINIMUM GURANTEED

WR

SP

WT

YR

LR

SH

FGHT

GEN

FGH

SP

WT

YR

LR

SH

ADMISSIBLE

ADMISSIBLE

FGHT

BNKD

FGH

SP

WT

YR

-

-

ADMISSIBLE

ADMISSIBLE

DEPT

BNKD

FGH

SP

WT

YR

-

-

ADMISSIBLE

ADMISSIBLE

 

In case of service type FGHT the run for TA type GEN and BANKD will be clubbed before applying minimum guarantee rule for continuous duty. For all other cases minimum guarantee rule will be applied separately for each service, TA and duty type. For the purpose of storing the value, GEN will have the  actual km after applying the minimum guarantee rule as explained above, whereas BANKD will have no(zero)   km. This is only for reference which may be required in future

4.2.2     Minimum Guaranteed allowances in Delhi Area

Delhi area is having typical mileage for minimum guarantee, which is applicable to Pilots and ALP’s only and not to Guards. In all other cases sections are defined as minimum guarantee section (Y) and normal section (N) as per rule 5 in 4.1 above. Delhi area sections (S) have different minimum guarantee mileage as 160 km for 80 < km <160 and 120 Km for 80 < km. Allowances will be payable as under

 

Section type

Km calculated

Calculated Value

Mileage to be given

Remarks

All S

Actual + waiting + Shunting + Ghat + Spare

< 80

> 80 and < 160

> 160

120

160

Actual

 

Same as Rule 5

Section

 S +Y or

 S+N or

 Y+N or

 S+Y+N or

All Y

 

 

Actual

 

< 120

> 120

 

 

120

Actual

 

 

 

Same as Rule 5

All N

 

Actual

For all values

Actual

 

Same as Rule 5

 

 

Note: - we are not considering minimum guarantee flag for Duty Type Shunting and Waiting.

Max limit of mileage in case of Duty Type Waiting which is 150 km, will be 160 km for Delhi area.

5.     Other Allowances

5.1     Out Station Rest (detention) Allowance (Km) OSDA

This allowance is paid to the staff who are detained at outstations for more than 16 hours, from the time they "sign off" duty. They shall be credited with 70 kms for every 24 Hrs or part there off after the expiry of 16 Hrs from the time of signing off.

5.2     Night Duty Allowance

Night duty allowance is admissible for working from 22:00 Hrs to 06:00 Hrs. The total night duty hrs. is calculated for month for each crew are worked out. 

 

5.3     Allowance in-lieu-of running room facility

This allowance is granted to the staff whose stay at the station, outside there  HQ where running room facility is not provided and exceed four hours from the time he "signs off" at the station. This allowance is also admissible at roadside stations irrespective of whether the train terminates there or not.

 

When the staff takes rest in the running rooms where cooks are not provided, they should be given this allowance at half the rate.  The CMS system shall provide a RRA count 1 or Half depending on the facility provided.

5.4     Shunting Vans / juggler

Running staff working “Through Goods Train” and shunting vans / goods train shall be paid shunting duty allowance from the 4th station / point in one continuous spell of duty.

 

Kilo meter age actually performed by the running staff

Kilometrage to be paid

=< 60

Twice the Actual kilometer-age

> 60

120 + Thrice the Balance kilometer-age

 

Ghat section allowance shall not be admissible.

During the CMS development RTM and BRC division have confirmed that it is not being followed on W.R. and possible discontinued. As such the same not implemented in CMS as yet as a disputed rule.

5.5     High Speed Trip Allowance

A trip allowance count is provided by the CMS system in case a crew performs duty on a high speed train. A trip is counted for every trip performed on the train classified as a high speed train from Lobby to Lobby. i.e. Sign ON to Sign OFF is counted as 1.

High speed allowance admissible only if

Duty type = working

Service type = Rajdhani / High speed

Note: - Apart from High Speed count, other allowance in this duty type will be same as Duty type Working

 

5.6     National Holiday Allowance -

In case of Crew is not on leave (Group-10) and not on NHW (even though in Group 5) on and the calendar day is a National holiday, as configured by each lobby into CMS Holiday master he shall be given a Holiday Count = 1. If the crew is partially availed NH and is available for duty on the holiday he shall be entitled for 1 Holiday count.

 

5.7     Breach of rest allowance

a.                   shunting operation

b.                  Suburban trains

c.                   Departmental Trains (DEPT, Service type) who work at their HQ.

                                    Duty Hrs < 8 Hrs            12 Hrs Rest

                                    Duty Hrs >= 8 Hrs          16 Hrs Rest

 

 

5.8     Accident Allowance

 

5.9     Fixed route mileage

Certain routes (example circular route, route with fixed duty working) can be defined where a pre configured mileage is given. Once a mileage has been prefixed for a certain route, mileage calculation as per normal CMS logic will not be done.

In case of fixed mileage route crew will not be allowed to Sign ON or Sign OFF at any station other than Starting & End station defined in fixed mileage route.

 

5.10     Coal Pilot mileage

Module for coal pilot will be visible to only those lobbies which are pre configured for coal pilot working.

a.       SET to be defined instead of individual run

b.      SET can consist of one or more than one run

c.       Bonus km and bonus hrs will be applicable to SET

d.      TA will be made for coal pilot with SET to be indicated in route

e.       Sign ON and Sign OFF will be done at KIOSK with option to change the SET.

f.       After sign OFF flow will be directed to new manual entry (different from existing manual entry)

g.      In case crew does not sign OFF at kiosk same can also be handled through  new manual entry. In this case sign OFF time will required to be filled.

h.      All runs will now be pre populated with set details with following changes permitted while saving

·         Opt for new set

·         Loco no/Type, Train No, for individual run

·         Arr. Dep. time for individual run

 

B.     Mileage calculation

 

Normal Km

Bonus Hrs

Normal + Bonus Km

Hourly Rate

Mileage for Run <= Bonus hrs

Mileage for Run > Bouns Hrs

1

A

Y

B

Zero

B

A

2

Zero

Y

B

Y

Hourly + B

Hourly

3

A

Y

B

Y

B

Hourly

 

validation

1.      Normal + Bonus => Normal

2.      Normal + Bonus AND Normal => '0'

 

.

 

5.11     Shunting Duty allowance

Running staff working through goods train shall be paid shunting mileage as follows

 

Through goods train

COUNT = 1 to be given for every shunting at different station (only 3rd station FROM station)

Driver will feed count values at the time of signing OFF at Kiosk

Terminating station

For shunting performed at FROM / TO station shunting mileage @ 15 KM for every HR will be given

Through crew movement detail form

 

 

 

 

5.12     Outstation (Relieving) allowance OSRA

 

To be paid in case  crew is sent on temp transfer to outstation (other lobby or station, possible crew booking point) @ 70 km per day subject to a maximum of

 

14 days

Sent on higher (as officiating)

Two months

Sent in same grade

 

This OSRA is not same as OSRA (out station Rest allowance) in non Run (Redesignated as NRDA).

For crew not in temp transfer, option given to select entry, With OSRA, in case of manual entry. If the option is selected OSRA will be added  for each calendar day in the manual entry irrespective of DURATION & TYPE of duty at out station. This option is disabled for crew under temp transfer.

5.13     Special allowance for sister lobby for shunters

At the time of creation of sister yard a fixed value in terms of Km will be added. This km will be added to the mileage every time crew signs OFF.  (This has been provided to give mileage for travel from HQ lobby to sister lobby)

 

5.14     Waiting duty allowance

Waiting duty allowance @15 km / hr up to 10 hrs in the following cases only when crew sign on

Note: waiting duty allowance is not paid for PDD

 

6.     Officiating Allowance

6.1          Officiating Allowance

6.1.1     When running staff are put to officiate in a "running" post for 30 days or less with permission from branch officer, they will be paid running allowance as follows

 

Running Staff designation

Running Staff officiating as

SHUNTER

FREIGHT

PASS

MEX

ASSTT LOCO PILOT

15%#

15%

NO

NO

SR ASSTT LOCO PILOT

Actual

15%

NO

NO

ASST COACHING ASSISTANT

NO

NO

Actual

Actual

LOCO PILOT GOODS

Actual

Actual

15%

15%

LOCO PILOT SR GOODS

Actual

Actual

Actual

15%

LOCO PILOT SHUNTER

Actual

15%

Actual

NO

LOCO PILOT SR SHUNTER

Actual

Actual

Actual

NO

LOCO PILOT PASSENGER

Actual

Actual

Actual

15%

LOCO PILOT SR PASSENGER

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

LOCO PILOT MAIL/EXPRESS

Actual

Actual

Actual

Actual

GOODS GUARD

NO

Actual

15%

15%

SR GOODS GUARD

NO

NO

Actual

15%

PASSENGER GUARD

NO

NO

Actual

15%

 

Note: Crew can not officiate for ‘NO’ cases which are not possible.

# Actual for CSTM division of CR

6.1.2     If crew is officiating up to 30 days with permission from branch officer in running post, shall be entitled to get enhanced mileage only for duty performed in higher grade as per officiating permission.

6.1.3     Officiating is admissible for duty type working only.Example1 ,  In case a crew is partially working in officiating and partially in normal duty in case of a continuous duty then allowance shall be payable as per duty performed for each run.

 

6.2     Officiating working procedure

6.2.1     The Supervisor of the lobby shall mark a crew as officiating by selecting a particular crew who can officiate in a particular category from the configuration manager of CMS. All such crew can be changed from officiating to normal or vice versa only when the crew has completed his journey and is at rest.

6.2.2     Such crew shall also appear in the list of crew now designated to officiate i.e. in case an Assistant Driver is designated as Goods driver he shall appear in the list of Goods driver as well as Assistant drivers, if crew list is populated with officiating option. Both designations (Crew Type) will be displayed simultaneously in both the designation list.  Officiating allowance will be admissible based on selection of crew in a particular designation (Crew Type).

6.2.3     At any point of time a crew can be selected to officiate in only one category at a time for a period of 30 days with permission of Branch officer.

6.2.4     Officiating list shall be issued by Branch officer. Reference number for entering the Branch officer letter reference shall essentially be required to be entered into the system.

6.2.5     All such officiating shall be for a period of 30 days with permission of Branch officer only, beyond which the CMS system shall not allow crew to be booked in officiating category.

7.     Rounding Off of Mileages (Mileage and OTA)

Mileage earned by the crew for a particular month as above will be rounded off as per the logic below –

 

Actual km

Rounded off km

example

1 to 24 km

0Kms

Like 323 Km  rounded OFF shall become 300 Km

25 to 74 km

50km

Like 367 Km  rounded OFF shall become 350 Km

75 to 99 km

100km

Like 377 Km  rounded OFF shall become 400 Km

 

8.     Non Run Allowance

Crew which is booked for train is called staff on running duty. Such staff is taken out of the running duty for cases like leave, Training, Medical etc and continues to be on non run. Various cases and the allowance admissible for such cases are as follows.

 

8.1     Non Run Reason Codes and description

 

There are 98 non run reason codes as of now.


 

S No

Non Run Code

Description

Group No

Group name

Training Automatically Updated

Result

Time To Non Run

Time From Non Run

NH

Permitted duty / nonrun after due date if result awaited

Duty Hrs Alloted*

 

 

 

 

 

REFT

REFE

REFD

PH3

MEMU

DMU

Result Flag

Result awaited

 

 

HQ

OS

allowed duty

allowed non run

Shed Duty

Hrs:Mins

1

SIM3P

SIMULATOR TRG 3PH DR

1

TRAINING

N

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

2

3PH

THREE PHASE TRAINING

1

TRAINING

N

N

N

Y

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

3

AIDT

ASST. INITIAL DSL TRANSPORT

1

TRAINING

Y

N

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

4

AIET

ASST. INITIAL ELECT TRANSPORT

1

TRAINING

Y

Y

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

5

AIFT

ASST. I DSL A/C TRANSPORT

1

TRAINING

Y

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

6

CDE

CONVERSION DSL TO ELECTRIC

1

TRAINING

N

Y

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

7

CED

CONVERSION ELECTRIC TO DSL

1

TRAINING

N

N

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

8

DMU

DIESEL MULTIPLE UNIT

1

TRAINING

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

9

DRGPD

DRGP DIESEL

1

TRAINING

N

N

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

10

DRGPE

DRGP ELECRTICAL

1

TRAINING

N

Y

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

11

DRGPT

DRGP TRANSPORTATION

1

TRAINING

Y

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

12

EMU

ELECTRIC MULTIPLE UNIT

1

TRAINING

N

N

N

N

Y

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

13

MEMU

MAINLINE ELECTRIC MULTIPLE UNI

1

TRAINING

N

N

N

N

Y

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

14

PD

PROMOTION DSL

1

TRAINING

N

N

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

15

PDET

PROMOTION DSL ELEC TRANSPORT

1

TRAINING

Y

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

16

PDT

PROMOTION DSL TRANSPORT

1

TRAINING

Y

N

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

17

PE

PROMOTION ELECTRICAL

1

TRAINING

N

Y

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

18

PET

PROMOTION ELEC TRANSPORT

1

TRAINING

Y

Y

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

19

RDE

REFRESHER DSL/ELECTRICAL

1

TRAINING

N

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

20

RDET

REF DSL/ELECT/TRANSPORT

1

TRAINING

Y

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

21

RDT

REFRESHER DSL/TRANSPORT

1

TRAINING

Y

N

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

22

REFD

REFRESHER DIESEL

1

TRAINING

N

N

Y

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

23

REFE

REFRESHER ELECTRICAL

1

TRAINING

N

Y

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

24

RET

REFRESHER ELECRICAL/TRANSPORT

1

TRAINING

Y

Y

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

N

Y

Y

7:26

25

SIMD

SIMULATOR TRG DSL DR

1

TRAINING

N

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

26

SIME

SIMULATOR TRG ELEC DR

1

TRAINING

N

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y

Y

Y

7:26

27

WDS4

WDS4 TRAINING

1

TRAINING

N

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Y

ACT

ACT

N

N

Y