All India Station Masters' Association

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All India Station Masters' Association
Full name All India Station Masters' Association
Founded 1953
Members 39,000
Key people R K Unnikrishnan (Central President)
Dhananjaya Chandratre (Secretary General)
Shanmananda Sagar (CSF)
Office location New Delhi
Country India
Website www.aisma.in

The All India Station Masters' Association (AISMA) (Regd. No. NDD/09) is an Indian trade union representing the Station Masters of Indian Railways.[1][2] Formed in 1953, it is among the best examples of work-category based unions in the Indian railway industry.[3] AISMA represents Assistant Station Masters (ASMs), Station Masters (SMs), Station Managers (SMRs) and Transportation Inspectors (TIs), numbering to 37000.[citation needed]

With all sincere efforts of CEC Team, the long pending Demands such as Minimum Grade Pay of Rs.4200, Uniform Allowance, Condonation of Break in Service of SWR are some of Milestones Achievements, in the Indian Railways Trade Unions.

On 6th January 2018, it proposed to conduct EASTERN MAHA SAMMELAN, under the impression "AISMA for DEVELOPMENT".

In the Central Executives Meeting held at Bhubaneswar on 19,20 August 2017, the following Office Bearers recognized for their meritorious service:

Sh.B.P. Kumarasamy GS SWR hononoured with "Man of the CEC"

Sh. D. K. Arora GS CR and Sh.Pramod Kumar GS ECR shared the "Best GS" Award

Sh. Pankaj.Kr.Jhr GS SER hononoured with "Best Upcoming GS"

Sh.Rajender. P. Ranakoti DS MB/NR hononoured with "Best Divisional Secretary"

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  1. ^ Staff (19 January 2012). "Station Masters "assaulted"". The Hindu. Retrieved 29 November 2012. 
  2. ^ Staff (14 July 2012). "Station Masters strike, demand amendment in 6th pay commission". ZeeNews. 
  3. ^ Stephen Sherlock (2001). The Indian Railways Strike of 1974: A Study of Power and Organised Labour. New Delhi: Rupa & Co. p. 140. ISBN 9788171675340. 

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