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RRB Group D Salary 2022 – Pay Scale, Allowances, Other Benefits

    RRB Group D Salary 2022

    The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) soon conducts the Group D Examination for the recruitment of employees under various posts. The RRB is expanding its workforce with an announcement of 1,03,769 vacancies and has released an amazing opportunity for eligible candidates to get a stable and secured job in Indian Railways. All those candidates who applied for RRB Group D Exam must know the salary, perks, allowances, and benefits from this page. RRB Group D 2022 salary ranges between 3 lakhs per annum to 5 lakh per annum as per the 7th pay commission. Besides this salary, candidates also get allowances and benefits. Selected candidates for RRB Group D Exam for Track Maintainer Grade-IV, Helper/Assistant, etc. Candidates can check the complete details for the RRB Group D Salary structure, pay scale, and in-hand salary of Railway Group D employees after the 7th Pay Commission along with the job profile of RRB Group D employees.

    RRB Group D 2022 Salary

    The RRB Group D salary will be in Level 01 of the 7th CPC Pay Matrix with initial pay of Rs.18000/- plus other allowances admissible at that time. Check the complete details from the below section of this table.

    RRB Group D Salary, As per 7th CPC Pay Matrix

    RRB Group D Pay Scale Pay Band Grade Pay Grade Pay:
    Entry Level
    PB-1 15600-60600 5400 21000
    5700 23190
    6000 25380
    7200 29730
    8400 34080
    PB-2 29900-104400 12600 40500
    13800 51420
    PB-3 14400 54450
    16200 63000
    46800-117300 19800 76590
    22800 88500
    PB-5 112200-20100 26100 138300
    26700 147300
    30000 159000

    RRB Group D Salary, Perks, and Allowances

    • Dearness Allowance (DA)
    • Compensation in case of Holidays
    • Transport Allowance (TPA)
    • House Rent Allowance (HRA)*
    • Fixed Conveyance Allowance
    • Allowance For Night Duty
    • Daily Allowance
    • Overtime Allowance (OTA), etc.
    • Medical Benefits
    • Pension Scheme

    *HRA may vary as per the location of work of the candidates. The HRA Allowance is mentioned in the next paragraph.

    HRA Allowance For RRB Group D Post

    The HRA of all the government employees will be calculated as per the criteria given below. The three categories of cities are classified according to their population density.

    Categories of cities HRA After 7th Pay Commission
    Population >= 50 Lakhs
    Population 5 to 50 Lakhs
    Population < 5 Lakhs

    RRB Group D Job Profile

    The Job Profile of the candidates as per the RRB Group D Posts are mentioned below:

    RRB Group D Post Responsibilities
    Hospital Attendant
    • Maintenance of hospital and taking care of patients
    Assistant Pointsman/ Switchman
    • Assist in the handling of switches and railroad points.
    • Control the lever to direct the train to the required rail track.
    • Help passengers at the railway station and to handle the loading & unloading of railway passengers and goods
    • Move trains between the yards and platforms โ€“ they marshal the trains, hook on locomotives and detach defective carriages.
    • They also direct and move freight trains, organize rail freight, and conduct safety checks.
    • Maintenance and smooth functioning of Gates at railway crossings to ensure no delays of trains occur because of road traffic
    Helpers in Electrical / Engineering / Mechanical / Signal and Telecommunication departments/Civil etc.
    • Assist skilled workers such as Fitters, Mechanics, Welders, Machinist, Equipment Maintainers, etc, in their technology works.
    • Helpers may also be deputed to assist in non-technical works in the offices etc.
    Track Maintainer Grade IV (Trackman)
    • Maintain railway Tracks and remove any unwanted materials like rocks etc. from tracks
    Cabin man/ Leverman
    • Watch over the safe passage of trains arriving and leaving a station.
    • Clearing signals for trains to pass.
    • Railway fitters and electricians carry out the practical work needed to keep railway machinery and equipment running smoothly and safely.
    • They carry out repairs and routine maintenance.
    • To check sections of tracks for faults to prevent accidents.