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About The AIRRBOF

All India Regional Rural Bank Officers’ Federation (AIRRBOF) is the only organisation of the officers working in 82 Regional Rural Banks.

Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) established under RRB Act, 1976 did yeomen’s service in the economic upliftment of the people living below poverty line. The officers played key role in the pioneering work of the Bank. 82 RRBs employ 26102 officers, 26263 clerical and 15693 subordinate staff making it a total of 68058 staff. Officers in RRBs have to undertake, unlike the Commercial Banks, all kinds of work to keep the wheels of development moving.

The foundation conference of AIRRBOF was held at the hill resort and present capital of Jharkhand State, Ranchi on 23rd August, 1987. The officers of RRBs, found in AIRRBOF, the true Trade Union environment and the organisation striving for relief of officers. AIBOC, the Banking industry level organisation of officers, is the Central Organisation for AIRRBOF.

Within a couple of years of its formation AIRRBOF became the focal point of officers working in all RRBs in the country. AIRRBOF, in its stride to grow, always keeps the interest of employees in general and officers in particular in mind and relentlessly fight for establishment of parity between officers in RRBs and those working in Sponsor Banks.

AIRRBOF is run by officers working in RRBs. The Central office of AIRRBOF is located at the city of Siliguri (West Bengal State), the gateway to the North East. The Federation is run by its Central Council, meeting every three years, Central Committees, meeting at least once in 6 months and the Working Committee. The organisational structure consists of Central Office, State Units and affiliates.

AIRRBOF had earned many feathers in its cap. The Federation’s principal achievement include presenting case of parity before National Industrial Tribunal (NIT), as well as winning the historic award of NIT, presentation before Equation Committee, R. C. Gupta Committee, Dr. Thorat Committee and all other Committees & Working Groups set up by Govt. of India, Reserve Bank of India & NABARD. Before all the Committees and Working Groups the views of AIRRBOF prevailed in the final report. The relentless fight for safeguarding the interest of the officers ensured emergence of AIRRBOF as the only champion of officers’ cause in RRBs.

AIRRBOF all along fought for parity and equality between officers of RRBs and Sponsor Banks. The pursuit of AIRRBOF produced the epoch making judgment of the Hon’ble Supreme Court, corum G. B. Pattanaik & B. N. Agarwal, JJ, granting parity in salary, allowances & other benefits between officers & employees of RRBs and Sponsor Banks.

AIRRBOF is now amidst both organisational and legal fight for total parity in superannuation benefit between officers working in RRBs and Sponsor Banks.

AIRRBOF demands recruitment of adequate number of officers and workmen staff in RRBs so that the coveted objective of local feel and extensive touch with the rural populace as enshrined in the preamble to the RRB Act can be continued.

AIRRBOF believes in continuous education of its membership towards the development of the Banks. The spectacular performance of RRBs, in the recent past, could only be accomplished by the total involvement of Federation and its membership.

AIRRBOF is a true visionary. The Federation is developing its leadership not only in age old tools but also in 21st century specific I.T. and modern technology.

AIRRBOF believes in democratic principles, participative management and harmonious industrial Relations.

AIRRBOF firmly believes that in today’s scene of commercialization, even for Rural Banking, it is the only option left for the Govt. of India to merge the RRBs with mainstream Public Sector Banks. This would enable strengthening the Banking Scenario all over the country.