KSRTC income up; MD says obligation change prompted development

The revenue, which was around Rs 4.50 crore, has increased to Rs 6.25 crore after the reform.


Guarding the current upgrade in obligation timetable of staff, KSRTC Managing Director M G Rajamanickam said there has been a Rs 1.75 crore increment in the income of the state-run transport benefit.

He said the fundamental explanation for the development in income was the obligation change. The income, which was around Rs 4.50 crore, has expanded to Rs 6.25 crore after the change.

He likewise supported the dubious move to exact handling charge for the concession cards issued to understudies. He said the choice in this impact was taken much some time recently.

It was on July 15 that the KSRTC issued a request to change the twofold obligation framework into one-and-a-half obligation design. According to the new request, a work hour is viewed as twofold obligation just if the obligation hours or guiding hours is 13 hours. Prior, the breaking point was 10 hours.

The resting hours and the lunch or coffee break are not considered in the obligation time according to the new request. Under the twofold obligation framework, a staff will just need to work 13 days a month including customary occasions.