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Medical Attendance & Medical Examination

 
1.         Group A of the vision test is in the interest of ________.
2.         Group A of the vision test is subdivided into _______ classes.
3.         Foot Plate staff are medically tested for fitness in ____ class of Vision Test.
4.         Station Masters are medically tested for fitness in ____ class of Vision Test.
5.         Inspectorial staff of Loco, Traffic and Signal Department are medically tested for fitness in ______ class of Vision Test.
6.         Group B of the vision test is in the interest of _______ .
7.         Group B of the vision is subdivided into ____ classes.
8.         Give two examples of staff medically tested for fitness in B/1 class:
9.         TTEs are medically tested for fitness in _______ class.
10.       Group C of the vision test is in the interest of ________ .
11.       Group C of the vision test is subdivided into ________ classes.
12.       Welfare Inspectors are medically tested for fitness in ______ class.
13.       Clerical staff are medically tested for fitness in ______ class.
14.       Periodical Medical Examination of vision test in classes A/1, A/2 and A/3 is held after every ________ years up to the age of 45 years.
15.       Periodical Medical Examination of vision test for footplate staff of high speed trains should be held once in ______ years up to the age of 40 years.
16.       Periodical Medical Examination of vision test in classes A/1, A/2 and A/3 is held once in ________ years after the age of 45 years.
17.       Periodical Medical Examination of vision test for footplate staff of high speed trains should be held once in ______ years after the age of 40 years.
18.       Periodical Medical Examination in B/1 and B/2 classes is held at the age of _____ years and again at the age of ______ years.
19.       No periodical medical examination is held for ____ and ___ classes.
20.       The time spent in journey for PME is treated as _____ .
21.       The time taken by an employee to equip himself with spectacles etc., without which he is not considered fit for duty should be treated as _______.
22.       The amount payable for joining RELHS at the time of retirement is __________.
23.       Medical allowance is granted @ Rs. 100/- p.m. to Railway Pensioner/Family Pensioner residing beyond ______ away from Railway Hospitals.
24.       ____ qualifying service in the Railways is necessary for joining RELH Scheme.
25.       Supply of diet is free to employees whose basic pay does not
exceed Rs. ______.
 
B.        Descriptive:
 
1.         Explain the different medical classifications under which the non-gazetted staff are divided for appointment in Railway service? Give examples.
2.         What is RELHS? Who is eligible to join the scheme? What are the benefits under the scheme?
3.         What are the provisions regarding supply of diet and the charges thereto?
4.         What are the important provisions regarding reimbursement of expenses of -
(a) medical treatment and       (b) cost of medicines