Transfer of Gazetted Officers and Correction slip of Establishment Manual, 2019

Correction slip of Establishment Manual, 2019 regarding Transfer of Gazetted Officers

भारत सरकार (Government of India)
रेल मंत्रालय (Ministry of Railway)
रेलवे बोर्ड (Railway Board)

No. 2021/Sec(E)/EM-1/1

New Delhi, dated 09.2022

Principal Chief Security Commissioner(s)/RPF,
All Zonal Railways, Metro Railway, Kolkata, RDSO, CORE, PUs.


Director, JR RPF Academy, Lucknow,
Director, ZTI/MLY/SCR.


Sub: Correction slip of Establishment Manual, 2019 regarding Transfer of Gazetted Officers.

Please find enclosed herewith a correction slip regarding correction in Para 4.6 of Chapter IV of Establishment Manual, 2019 under the heading “Period of Tenure for RPF/RPSF Personnel”, which is self explanatory.

This is for kind information, please.

(Sarika Mohan)
Railway Board.


Points XI, XIN & XIV of Para 4.6 of Chapter IV of Establishment Manual may be deleted and the following may be inserted as Para 11-A with the heading “Transfer of Gazetted Officers”:

Para 11A: Transfer of Gazetted Officers:

i. Total stay at a stretch at a particular station should not be more than 10 years and total cumulative stay in broken spells should not be more than 15 years. For deputation from a station, the total deputation period shall be included in the total stay at that Station, provided that a Gazetted Officer shall not be posted to the same post at that station after completing one tenure/extended tenure.
ii. Younger GOs (Direct appointed ASCs & ACs) shall be preferably posted in Naxal/Terrorist affected areas, NFR, crime affected divisions, sub-urban sections of metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai & Kashmir Valley to have exposure with other Forces.
iii. ASCs/DSCs/Sr.DSCs will have atleast one posting in Northeast Frontier Railway, Kashmir Valley and naxal affected areas.

(Authority: Security Directorate, Railway Board’s Note No. 2022/Sec(E)/GOs-Policy, dated 29.04.2022)


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