The SCRE Sangh was formed in October, 1966, as a result of formation of south Central Railway. Since the, SCRES has been serving the cause of not only the workers but also the railway. The organisation was formed and led by Late Shri P.subbaramaiah and Late Shri P.Sreeramamurthy,as its president and General secretary respectively.
There was slight set back to the organisation due to internal dispute and litigations during the year 1968 and 1969.With the settlement of disputes ,the SCRE Sangh has reemerged as strong Trade Union on South
Central Railway..Sangh has been conducting PNM and other formal meeting by and large regularly Majority of the issues were settled through discussions. while pursuing its organisation al activities, the SCRE Sangh has also concentrated on
building the infrastructure as part of its strategy. It has established permanent office building the infrastructure as part of its strategy .It has d established permanent office buildings at Kurnool Town and Dhone. The Sangh has also acquired over 2 acres of lands at the out-skirts of Hyderabad City for using it for the construction of Training Centre.
Sangh had played vital role before the successive Pay Commission on the pay scales and allowances of staff.As on date,there are 122 branches of
SCRE Sangh spread over Secunderabad ,Hyderabad,Guntakal,Vijayawada,Guntur,Nanded and workshops at different places. The membership of the Sangh has risen substantially. During the 40 years of its existences, the Sangh has conducted various formal activities at all levels successfully. Having entered 40th Year of service, the SCRE Sangh will be celebrating its Four Decade service by holding Functions,seminars,Workshops,etc., involving
all sections of employees. With the established machinery, combined with seasoned and experienced cadre, the SCRE Sangh would continue to lead the Railwaymen
With respect to South Central Railway Employees Sangh, it is mentioned that the formation of new zone, necessitated the formation of new organization with affiliation to NFIR and INTUC. And SCRES also participating jointly with ITF for the international activities and seminars. This became possible due to sustained efforts of erstwhile leaders of Central Railway Mazdoor Sangh and South Central Railway Sangh.