Indian Railways is the largest employer in India with more than 1.4 million employees across the nation. It is also one of the largest rail networks in the World which connect most parts of India. So, working in the Indian Railways provides best values as well as salary and other benefits by them.
In this article, we have provided information on expected pay scale and pay band of Assistant Station Master working in Indian Railways. So, let’s read!
Job profile of Assistant Station Master
Assistant Station Master is responsible for signals operations at the Railway Station. He also requires to carry out important works such as train running schedule at station as well as which platform will be used for arrival of trains.
Assistant Station Master have to follow Indian Railways guidelines for the management of railway station as well as his duties. Most of small railway stations have only one ASM. While big railway stations have more than one Assistant Station Masters to carry daily work in shifts. Most of ASMs shift changes on regular basis by his upper authority in big cities.
ASM has good promotion in Indian Railways in this career path Station Master -> Station Superintendent -> Assistant Operations Manager -> Divisional Operations Manager and so on.
Pay Scale of ASM as per 6th Pay Commission
- Pay Scale: Rs. 5200 – Rs. 20200
- Grade Pay: Rs. 2800
- Initial Pay Rs. 8560
- Total Pay: Rs. 11360 + other allowances.
Expected Pay Scale of ASM in 7th Pay Commission
- Pay Scale: Rs. 15600 – Rs. 60600
- Grade Pay: Rs. 8400
- Entry Pay: Rs. 34080
We hope that the information and details on Indian Railways Assistant Station Master Expected Pay Scale and Pay Band will be useful to all.
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Article last-republished on October 15, 2015.