The DMRC basic salary grade-wise table is an exhaustive list that details the pay rates for each and every individual working for the DMRC. There are two primary divisions: executive staff and non-executive staff. Both of these are subdivided further. Each classification comes with its own pay scale and range of salaries to go along with it. For instance, the basic wage for non-executive workers is from 16,000 to 50,000 rupees per month, but the basic salary for executive staff ranges from 50,000 to 160,000 rupees per month. There are two subgroups that make up the classification of posts that fall within the non-executive category. These are the Non-Supervisor staff and the Supervisor staff. And within the category of executive officers, there are also two subcategories: executive and functional board of directors. Allowances and additional perks, such as medical insurance and housing allowance, are added on top of this income to make up the whole compensation package. Additionally, based on how well they do their jobs, members of the executive staff may be eligible for promotions and salary increases.
Basic Pay Table with Classification of Posts for Employees of Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC), Including Executive and Non-Executive Positions
The DMRC’s Salary Structure for Staff Members Who Are Not Executives
|4||Maintainers and Assistants||35000-110000|
|7||Sr. Supervisors -II||46000-145000|
|3||Dy. General Manager||70000-200000|
|4||Sr. Dy. General Manager||80000-220000|
|5||Jt. General Manager||90000-240000|
|6||Addl. General Manager-Sr. Addl. General Manager*||100000-260000|
|7||General Manager, Sr. General Manager, Chief General Manager*||120000-280000|
* Entitled to special pay of Rs.2,500/- p.m.
** Time-bound promotion for non-supervisor to grades which are operated at Supervisor level, however the Work profile of non-supervisor shall remain unchanged. Certain service benefits shall be extended, at par as admissible to supervisors in the grade. The Supervisory pay scales are also being operated in non-supervisory categories on time-bound promotions.
Admissible according to the IDA (Industrial Dearness Allowance) pattern, which is amended four times a year, on the first of April, July, October, and January of each and every year. In CDA, the DA is reviewed twice a year, namely on the first of every January and the first of every July.
During the period of deputation, the deputationist will continue to draw DA at the rates which would have been applicable to him/her, had he/she continued in DMRC.
|S. No||Revised Classification of Cities/ Towns||Rates of HRA admissible (% of Basic Pay)|
|1||X (Previously classified as A 1)||24%|
|2||Y (Previously classified as A, B1 & B 2)||16%|
|3||Z (Previously classified as C)||8%|
The rate of HRA will be revised to 27%, 18% & 9% for X, Y, and Z class cities respectively when IDA crosses 25% and further revised to 30%, 20%, and 10% when IDA crosses 50%.
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