Friday, 29 August 2014

Fixation of pay of State Government Employees on their appointment in Central Government, subsequent to implementation of CCS (RP) Rules, 2008

Fixation of pay of State Government Employees on their appointment in Central Government, subsequent to implementation of CCS (RP) Rules, 2008.

No.12/1/2009-Estt (Pay-I)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

New Delhi the 28th August, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Fixation of pay of State Government Employees on their appointment in Central Government, subsequent to implementation of CCS (RP) Rules, 2008.

The undersigned is directed to say that the method of fixation of pay of State Government employees on their appointment under the Central Government has been spelt out in this Department’s OM No.12/1/94-Estt(Pay-I) dated 24 March, 1994, 3rd January, 1996 and OM NO.13/2/99-Estt (Pay-I) dated 18.6.2001.

2. The question of fixation of pay in cases of appointment from State Govt. to Centrat Govt. consequent upon revision of pay scales on acceptance of the recommendations of the VI Central Pay Commission in the revised pay structure has been considered in consultation with the Department of Expenditure and the President is pleased to decide that in cases of appointment of State Government employees in Central Government on or after 1.1.2006, pay will be fixed in the following manner:-

(a) Where the State Government has revised the Pay scales of their employees on the pattern of VI Central pay Commission at the base index of 115.76 as per AICPI (IW) 2001 series w.e.f. 1.1.2006 the pay of these State Government employees on their appointment under the Central Government would be fixed as follows:

(i) When the appointment is to a post carrying higher Grade Pay, one increment equaI to 3% of the sum of the pay in the existing grade pay will be computed and rounded off to the next multiple of 10. This will then be added to the existing pay in the pay band. The grade pay corresponding to the higher post will thereafter be granted in addition to this pay in the pay band. In cases where the appointment involves change in pay band also, the same methodology will be followed. However. if the pay in the pay band after adding the increment is less than the minimum of the higher pay band to which the appointment is takihg place, pay in the pay band will be stepped up to such minimum.

(ii) Where the appointment is to a post involving identical Grade Pay, the individual shall continue to draw the same pay.

(b) Where the State Government have revised the pay scales of their employees after 1.1.2006 beyond the base index of 115.76 as per AICPI (IW) 2001 series, basic pay of the employees is to be determined first in the Central Scale by reducing the element of DA, ADA, IR etc. granted by the State Government after 1.1.2006 (beyond the base index of 115.76 as per AICPI (IW) 2001 series) and thereafter the pay would be fixed as provided in the clause (i) &(ii) under sub para (a) above.

(c) Where the state Government have either not revised or revised the pay scale of their employees on or after 1.1.2006 below the base index of 115.76 as per AlCPl (IW) 2001 series, basic pay of these employees shall be determined first in the Central scale, by adding the element of D.A. ADA upto base index of 115.76 as per AICPI (IW) 2001 series granted by the State Government and thereafter their pay would be fixed as provided in the clause (i) &(ii) under sub-para (a) above.

3. These orders are applicable to employees of the State Government and local bodies under the State including Emergency Divisional Accountants/Divisional Accountants / local bodies under the State Government appointed under Central Government on or after 1.1.2006.

4. In so far as the employees serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department are concerned, these orders issue after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

5. Hindi version will follow.
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(Mukesh Chaturvedi)
Director (Pay)
Source: www.persmin.gov.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/12_1_2009-Estt-Pay-1.pdf]

Confederation writes to Finance Ministry regarding Transport Allowance

Confederation writes to Finance Ministry regarding Transport Allowance to regulate to Faridabad Gurgaon, Ghaziabad and Nodia cities at par with Delhi rates

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES & WORKERS
1st Floor, North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi – 110001
Website: WWW. Confederationhq.blogspot.com
Email: Confederationhq@yahoo.co.in
Ref: Conf/Genl/2014

Dated – 26.08.2014
To
The Secretary
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
New Delhi – 110001

Sub: Regulation of Transport Allowance at Faridabad Gurgaon, Ghaziabad and Nodia at par with Delhi rates.

Sir,
Your kind attention is invited to the OM No. 21(8)2010-E-II (B) dated 01.08.2012 of Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure regarding regulation of Transport Allowance at Faridabad, Gurgaon, Ghziabad and Noida wherein instructions have been issued to regulate the Transport Allowance at the rates applicable to ‘Other Cities’ i.e other than 13 classified cities as per the condition laid down in OM no. 21(2)12008-E-II (B) dated 29.08.2008. Issuance of the OM has created panics among the employees posted at these cities. Immediate action is required to be taken to avoid implementation of the OM.

In this connection following points are brought to your kind notice :

1. Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure had issued OM 2(4)-E.II (B)/65 dated 05.11.1974 vide which special dispensation was given to Faridabad at Delhi rates in respect of CCA & H RA.

2. 5th Central Pay Commission had made recommendations to grant of transport allowance to Central Government employees to compensate the cost incurred on commuting between the place of residence and the place of duty. Transport allowance was implemented vide 0M No. — 1(13)97-E-Il (B) dated 03.10.1997, according to which, transport allowance was to be regulated on the basis of classification of cities for the purpose of CCA. Para 3.1 of said order Is reproduced below-

The cities referred to as ‘A’ and ‘A-1’ in these orders shall be the same as those classified as such for the purpose of Compensatory (City) Allowance (CCA) in terms of the orders issued
separately regulating grant of CCA to the Central Government employees.

3. Vide para 4.2 8, 6 CPC had recommended abolition of CCA and increased the rates of transport allowance subsuming the element of CCA. The abolition of CCA was compensated by increasing the rates of transport allowance.

4. Faridabad has been given the status of A-1 city (as being part of the Urban Agglomerate of Delhiat par with NOIDA, Ghazia bad and Gurgan etc.) since 1974 for the purposes of HRA & CCA and since August, 1997 for the purpose of transport allowance as given above. These facilities are being extended to the Central Government employees/officers posted at Faridabad accordingly.

5. It may further be noted that, Ministry of Finance, vide No. 21 (2)/2008-E.ll dated 29.08.2008 has classified 13 cities as A-I/A which, inter-alia, includes Delhi (UA). Delhi (Urban Agglomerate) includes Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Noida & Gurgaon As such, the rates of Transport Allowance admissible for the City of Delhi, automatically stands extended to the other constituents of the Urban Agglomerate.

6. If rate of the transport allowance is reduced the rate payable to other cities, employees posted at Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Noida & Gurgaon will be deceived from the benefit given by the 6th CPC by subsuming the element of CCA in transport allowance as they were being paid CCA at Delhi rates.

7. In view of the above, it reveals that the transport allowance was being regulated on the basis of classification of cities for the purpose of CCA and payment of transport allowance at Delhi rates, to the employees posted at Faridabad is fully justified. This stands already concluded by the orders and judgments of the Hon’ble CAT Principal Bench, New Delhi (copy enclosed for ready reference) as given below-

1) OA No. 483/2005, Judgment dated 16.09.2005.

2) OA No. 2441/2005, Judgment dated 02.08,2006

3) RA No. 296/2010, Judgment dated 14.01.2011.

4) OA No. 368/2011, Judgment dated 21.07.2011.

5) OA no. 459/2011, Judgment dated 05.08.2011.

6) CP No. 302/2011, Judgment dated 30.03.2011.

8. These judgments squarely covers this issue wherein the Hon’ble CAT, Principal Bench, New Delhi had upheld the payment of Transport Allowance at par with Delhi (UA) and the said judgments were accepted by the Government and duly implemented. It appears that the Department of Expenditure has not noticed the above judicial pronouncement and issued the clarification vide OM dated 1” August, 2012, which seem to be in contravention of the directions of the Hon’ble CAT.

It is therefore, requested to kindly take cognizance of the facts and particularly the binding judgments of the Hon’bel CAT, New Delhi as mentioned above to withdraw the latest instructions issued vide ID No. 21 (8)12010-E-Il (B) dated 01.08.2012 for reducing the Transport Allowance on par with “Other Cities”.

An early action ¡n this regard is highly solicited.

DA: as above


Yours faithfully,
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(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General
Copy to: -
Corn, N. Somaiah, Vice President, Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers c/o
Takshasila Vidyapeetham, Dasaigudam Road Shantinagar, Suryapet Dist. Nalgonda (A.P).

Source: http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/2014/08/confederation-writes-to-ministry-of.html

Thursday, 28 August 2014

7th Pay Commission for Karnataka State Employees

7th Pay Commission for Karnataka State Employees

Karnataka govt keen to constitute 7th pay commission for govt employees

Chief minister Siddaramaiah on Friday said that the state government is positively inclined to constitute seventh pay commission for state government employees in addition to providing various facilities to them on the lines of central government.

Addressing state level government employees conference here, he said the employees are demanding the government to constitute new pay commission, but you should know that state government has implemented the recommendations of the sixth pay commission in 2012 and there is time till 2017 for constitution of the new pay commission.

As there is pressure from the experts to prepare from now itself to constitute the new pay commission government is working in that direction, he said adding that soon the state government may come out with a decision on the constitution of new pay commission. “However we are determined to provide facilities to the state employees on the lines of central government,” he said.

Speaking for more than one hour at this state level conference being organized after a gap of six years, that too at CM’s homeground, he said government is timely releasing the allowances and salaries of the employees. Referring to the demands of the government employees, chief minister said at the same time the employees should learn to work sincerely with a service motto. “Government employees should realize their responsibilities and duties” he said urging the workers to discharge their duties properly. “I am not here to give sermons to you, but if you want to command peoples respect you have to work seriously and sincerely,” he added.

Suggesting the employees to hold this conference once in every three years, Siddaramaiah said such conference will instill confidence you and make you to rededicate yourself for a public cause.

Releasing a souvenir on the occasion, housing minister Ambarish said the employees are the link between the government and people and is the responsibility of the workers to make the government programmes reach people. “This will happen only when employees realize that this itself is a great work and needs dedication,” he said.

Source : Times of India

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

7th Pay Commission proposes to visit Leh / Srinagar between 15th to 18th September 2014

7th Pay Commission proposes to visit Leh / Srinagar between 15th to 18th September 2014

Visit of the 7th CPC to Leh/Srinagar

The Commission has, in its first phase of interaction, been seeking the views of various stakeholders on its terms of reference. To this end, meetings have been held in Delhi with various organisations and heads of various agencies.

In its second phase of interaction, the Commission plans to hold meetings in different parts of the country to facilitate stakeholders staying in various areas to present their views personally before the Commission and ensure larger representation. This exercise is being undertaken to enable the Commission to get a firsthand impression about the functioning and the condition of service prevailing in different parts of the country.
Accordingly, the Commission, headed by its Chairman, Justice Shri A. K. Mathur, proposes to visit Leh/Srinagar between 15th September to 18th September, 2014. The Commission would like to invite various entities/associations/federations representing any/all categories of employees covered by the terms of Reference of the Commission to present their views.

Your request for a meeting with the Commission may be sent through e-mail to the Secretary, 7th Central Pay Commission at secy-7cpc@nic.in The memorandum already submitted by the requesting entity may also be sent as an attachment with this e-mail.

The last date for receiving request for meeting is 5th September, 2014 (1700 hours).

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Important points of 7CPC was held at Bangalore meeting on 24th August 2014

Important points of 7CPC was held at Bangalore meeting on 24th August 2014

Confederation of Central Government
Employees and Workers
Karnataka State

The meeting with CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS of 7th Central Pay Commission was held at Bangalore 0n 24th August 2014 for about 50 minutes. Overall the meeting was on positive note.
The following members of COC Karnataka participated in the meeting.
  • Com S. Radhakrishna President of COC Karnataka ( Representing department AG’s)
  • Com Juliana Vincent Vice President of COC Karnataka (Representing department Survey of India).
  • Com P.S.Prasad General Secretary of COC Karnataka (Representing department Central Ground Water Board.)
  • Com Vinod Joint Secretary of COC Karnataka (Representing department Income Tax office).
  • Com M,Ramakrishna Joint Secretary of COC Karnataka (Representing department RMS).
  • Com Dominic Vijaya Anand Finance Secretary COC Karnataka (Representing department Postal Accounts).
  • Com D.K.Bharathi Assistant Secretary of COC Karnataka (Representing department Postal Admin.)
  • Com Muthukumar Advisor of COC Karnataka (Representing department Postal.)
  • Com C.A.Kamesharwary Asst Finance Secretary of COC Karnataka (Representing department IMD.)
The President Com Radhakrishna welcomed the Chairman and Members of the 7th CPC for the meeting.
The General Secretary Com P.S.Prasad presented the power point presentation.
The interactions were held for about 50 minutes with the Pay Commission officials,Com Radhakrishna, Com P.S.Prasad, Com Muthukumar , Com Vinod, & Com Ramakrishna spoke effectively on various subjects.
The following items and points were presented:

Bangalore Prices:
It was brought to the notice of the commission that the cost of living is high in Bangalore compared to other metro cities in the country and the prices of all essential commodities are comparatively high in the State of Karnataka. House rent is in the range of Rs 7000/- per month to Rs 35,000/- per month. The private school fees is from Rs 25,000/- to Rs 50,000/- per year. Donation is also too high, the cost of local transportation is from Rs 2000/- to Rs 10,000/- per month.
(This was only informative portion on prices)

Minimum Wage:
It was brought to the notice of the commission that:
a) Since Government is a model employer, they should provide minimum wages as per the 15 ILO conference and other wages as per the educational qualification & skill requirement of the job
b) Higher skill requirement due to computer usage and modernisation of equipment’s. The skill requirement is higher compared to earlier days due to technology advancement.
c) The higher inflation which is existing from the last eight years which is effecting the Government Employees, the money value has gone down to a large extent & there is erosion in wages calculation, whereas in private sector allowances are not taxed
(The commission Agreed to consider this on the lines of JCM memorandum)
It was brought to the notice of the commission that to attract higher talent to Central Government higher pay scales should be given.

(The commission was of the view that people choose their career on various aspects including wages. Wages of Government employees cannot be compared with private sector. It was pointed out by us that though the wages cannot be compared with private sector there is a need to keep the wages in central government that people will continue in government after joining. Chairman assured to examine this aspect)

EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK
It was brought to the notice of the commission that on Increment rate of 5% and Promotion policy.
a) As the Government employee put more and more service, he will be more trained to perform his duties in a better befitting manner. Thus the Government is more beneficial as good quality of work can be expected from an experienced official.
b) His family responsibility will increase with age.
c) They has to educate the children in professional courses, marriage of his children has to be performed, his medical expenses will also increase.
d) There should be adequate financial protection for him, the better rate of increment should motivate him to work more.
e) The person joining a Central Government Service is not just for the employment is for a whole career.
f) On promotion one shall get two additional increments subject to an minimum salary increase of Rs 3000/- per month as he will perform higher duties and responsibility’s.
g) He shall get not less than five financial up gradations in promotional hierarchy during his service to motivate him to work more.
h) Similarly the scientist are provided to FCS and get promotions every 4 years.
(The commission positively agreed to consider this suggestion.)
Consumer Price Index & Dearness Allowance Formula.
It was brought to the notice of the commission that on Consumer Price Index & Dearness Allowance Formula.
a) CPI as on 1/1/2006 was 115.76 points.
b) CPI as on 1/1/2014 was 237 points.
c) The CPI has increased by 121 points .
d) But the DA increased by just 100% as on 1/1/2014 from 1/1/2006.
e) The actual DA should have been 121 % not just 100% as on Jan 2014.
f) Actual increase in price rise is more than 200 % and DA should have been more than 200%.
g) 6 months average DA computation of Consumer Price Index should be provided to Central Government employees rather than 12 months average.
h) Rounding off DA be done whenever it crosses fraction more than 0.50
(The commission positively agreed to consider this suggestion.)

Allowances:
It was brought to the notice of the commission that on Allowances
a) All allowances such as HRA, Tour DA, CEA (tuition fees) , Cashier Allowances, etc. should be increased by four times.
b) OTA & Night Duty to be paid on par with Railways .
c) When ever there is an increase in Dearness Allowance, the above allowances be also increase as in the case of Transport allowance.
(The commission positively agreed to consider this suggestion.)

Transport allowance:
It was brought to the notice of the commission that on Transport allowance
a) The field oriented organizations like CGWB, Survey Of India, GSI, IBM, IMD, etc. most of the categories remain in fields, even Postal Employees and AG’s Employees are effected.
b) Now the field going staff are deprived of earlier CCA and present Transport Allowance as they cannot fulfill the condition of at least one day stay in a month in head quarters.
c) This condition of being present at Hqrs. Office at least a day in a calendar month becoming eligible for transport Allowances should be removed.
(The commission positively agreed to consider this suggestion.)

Taxes:
It was brought to the notice of the commission that on taxes:
a) The Fifth Central Pay commission in its report vide para no105.12 has said that Dearness allowance be paid free of net taxes as the DA is paid for compensation against price rise. All other allowances should also be paid net of taxes which has been examined by 5th CPC in para no 167.
(The commission agreed to examine this suggestion.)

Health Care system:
It was brought to the notice of the commission that on Health Care system
a) More CGHS hospitals should be made available or alternatively the person should have the option to choose any of the hospitals of his choice and the bill to be passed with AIMS rates.
b) Existing CGHS system needs improvement.
c) Proper ward entitlement should be made as per grades.
d) Cash less facility for hospitalization.
e) Autonomous bodies shall also be included in CGHS
(The commission to examine this suggestion, but not satisfied with demand of Cash less facility for hospitalization.)
It was brought to the notice of the commission that on following issues.
 
Other points:
a) Central Government Strength.
b) Non-filling up of vacant posts has resulted in increased work load on the existing employees.
c) Lower Spending by Central Government on its Employees.
d) Leave / Holidays.
e) 12 days Casual Leave.
f) Restrictions EL of 300 days to be removed.
g) The PSU are providing reward medals after 15 years, 25 years and end of service, similarly such reward should be provided to Central Government Employees.
h) In case of death of Government Servant during while on duties, his family members should get compassionate appointment not considering restrictions of 5%.
i) Education Loan should be provided.
(The commission to examine this suggestion)
Source-http://karnatakacoc.blogspot.in/

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Interim Relief and Merger of Dearness Allowance with Pay – NCJCM to 7th CPC

Interim Relief and Merger of Dearness Allowance with Pay – NCJCM to 7th CPC

Shiva Gopal Mishra
Secretary
National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery for Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi -110001
21/08/2014
The Hon’ble Chairman,
7th Central Pay Commission
Chatrapati Shivaji Bhawan,
1st Floor, B-14/A, Qutab Institutional Area,
New Delhi -110016

Respected Sir,
Reg : Payment of Interim Relief and Merger of Dearness Allowance with Pay.

The Staff Side of National Council (JCM) , had raised the issue regarding payment of interim relief and merger of dearness allowance with pay , as an Agenda item of The Standing Committee of National Council (JCM ) in its meeting held on 7th May, 20l4. After detailed deliberations , it was stated by the Secretary (Expenditure), Ministry of Finance on This item that since the terms of reference enables The 7th CPC to send Interim Report , as such, The Staff Side might approach The Pay Commission for a report on Interim Relief and Merger of Dearness Allowance, as recorded in The Record Note of meeting, forwarded to Staff Side vide Director(JCA), Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensioners, Department of Pension and Pensioner’s Welfare‘s letter No. 3/9/2014/JCA dated. 24/7/2014
We, Therefore, humbly request you to kindly favorably consider our demand of payment of Interim Relief and Merger of Dearness Allowance with pay as Dearness Allowance, has since crossed The value of l00% on 1st January 2014 and a number of Government Employees are superannuating every month, who would be deprived of the benefit of the same.
Yours sincerely

Shiva Gopal Mishra
Secretary (Staff Side)


Source: NCJCM
Download NCJCM Letter: Payment-of-IR-and-Merger-of-DA-with-Pay_21.08.2014

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Sunday, 24 August 2014

Memorandum to 7th CPC: All India Customs Ministerial Employees Federation

Memorandum to 7th CPC: All India Customs Ministerial Employees Federation

 ALL INDIA CUSTOMS MINISTERIAL EMPLOYEES’ FEDERATION
HEAD QUARTER: 15/1, STRAND ROAD, CUSTOM HOUSE, KOLKATA – 700 001
Tele Fax: (33) 2230 5530, E-mail ID : aicmef@yahoo.co.ln
Affiliated to: Confederation of Central Government Employees &’Workers, New Delhi
UNIT OFFICES: MUMBAI : KOLKATA: CHENNAI : VIZAG : COCHIN
Recognised by Government of India F.No.B12017/4/2004AD.IV.A under CCS(RSA)Rules,1993
 
S. Kaliamurthy
PRESIDENT,CHENNAI
09848234942
SAUGATA CHAKRABORTY
GENERAL SECRETARY,KOLKATA
09433402024
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Ref. No
Date:
The Secretary, Seventh Central Pay Commission,
Post Box No. 4599, Hauz Khas P.O,
New Delhi 110 016
E-mail:- secy-7cpc@nic.in

Sub: – Submission of Memorandum on issues of the All India Customs Ministerial Employees’ Federation under Central Board of Excise & Customs-reg.

Respected Sir/Madam,
I am submitting herewith the Memorandum on issues of the Customs Ministerial Staffs, Chemical Staffs(Group-‘C’) and Marine Staffs working in the field formation of the Central Board of Excise & Customs, North Block, New Delhi-110 001.

I on behalf of my Federation would like to request before your goodself to allow this Federation to submit an oral deposition with documents before 7th CPC for redressal and we would also like to request you to give us opportunity for supplementary submission, if any, for your kind consideration.

Thanking you.
Yours faithfully,
 Sd/-
 [SAUGATA CHAKRABORTY]
 Secretary General
MEMORANDUM  TO THE  SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION
Submitted by

ALL INDIA CUSTOMS MINISTERIAL EMPLOYEES FEDERATION
 
H.Q-15/1,Strand Road, Custom House,Kolkata-700001.
Email: aicmef[at]yahoo.co.in
Ph.- (0)9433402024,033 22305530
PREAMBLE:
This Federation i.e. All India Customs Ministerial Employees Federation (AICMEF) is the largest Ministerial Federation recognized by the Central Board of Excise and Customs(CBEC) after satisfying the Membership over 35% of working strength of the Ministerial Staff as laid down in the CCS(RSA)Rules,1993. It is known to all that CBEC is functioning under Department of Revenue whereas another wing is existing in the name of Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT). This CBDT & CBEC is the major Revenue earning organization of Govt. of India. This Federation, AICMEF have their members all over India in the ‘Customs’ domain.
Ministerial Staff in the Customs Field formations are participating directly in the process of Revenue earning and is engaged in different technical departments such as Import Noting, Appraising, Export, Preventive etc. and is also playing a pivotal role in doing the housing keeping job.

PROFILE OF MINSTERIAL CADRE UNDER CBEC:

Other than Group ‘A’ cadres there are mainly two types of cadres (1) Executive cadres such as Appraiser (Group ‘B’ Gazetted), Superintendent of Customs (Preventive)(Group ‘B’ Gazetted), Inspector (Preventive Officer & Examiner) and (2) Ministerial cadres. Ministerial cadres at present consists of Chief Accounts Officer (Group ‘A’), Administrative Officer (Group ‘B’ Gazetted). DY. Office Superintendent (Group ‘B’ non-gazetted), Sr. Tax Assistant (Group ‘B’non-gazetted), Tax Assistant(Group ‘C’) and Lower Division Clerk (Group ‘C’).

Name of the post 5th CPC 6th CPC
Chief Accounts Officer 8000/–275-13500/- PB-3 with G.P.5400/-
Administrative Officer 6500/–200-10500/- PB-2 with G.P 4600/-
Dy. Office Superintendent 5500/–175-9000/- PB-2 with G.P 4200/-
Sr. Tax Assistant 5000/–150-8000/- PB-2 with G.P 4200/-
Tax Assistant 4000/–100-6000/- PB-1 with G.P 2400/-
Lower Division Clerk 3050/–75-4590/- PB-1 with G.P 1900/-

Distinctive function of Ministerial Cadre:
It is evident from the designation that these Ministerial Cadres are directly involved with the Revenue collection procedure which is unique to this Ministerial cadres because the Ministerial cadres in other department are involved with the house keeping job only. It is not out of context to mention here that the Staff Selection Commission takes a separate examination to appoint Tax Assistant in the Revenue Department i.e. in the CBEC & CBDT.

Read full memorandum click here

Source: Confederation

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Upgradation of LDC as Accounts Assistant, Merger of Accounts/Sr. Accountant, GP 5400 to AAO and Projected 7th CPC Pay by NFCCA

Upgradation of LDC as Accounts Assistant, Merger of Accounts/Sr. Accountant, GP 5400 to AAO and Projected 7th CPC Pay by NFCCA.  Following is the extract of Brief Resume and Decisions of extended Federal Executive Meeting held on 17th & 18th July, 2014 of National Federation of Civil Accounts Association :-

AGENDA ITEM NO:- 3 Participation in apex JAC Convention on 19th July 2014 and finalization of joint memorandum to be submitted to 7th CPC.

            Initiating the discussion, Secretary General reported about the pay scales devised and recommended by the staff side National Council (JCM) to the 7th CPC. Further,  he stated that as per the demand adopted by the apex JAC necessary documents had been placed before CGA.

The demands are:- 
1. Upgradation LDC as Accounts Assistant with grant of Grade Pay of Rs:- 2400/-.
2. Merger of Accountant/Sr. Accountant and grantof Grade Pay of Rs:-4600/-.
3. Grant of Grade Pay of Rs:- 5400/- to AAOs.

Accordingly CGA vide letter dated 14.07.2014 recommended to Ministry of Finance to Grade Pay of Rs:- 4600/- to Sr.Accountant and Rs:- 5400/- to AAO with effect from 1.1.2006. 

The apex JAC meeting held on 28th May 2014 reversed its earlier stand and decided to demand following Pay Scales to different categories before the 7th CPC.

1 LDC(Redesignated  as Audit/Accounts Assistant) GP 1900, PB1 GP 2400  PB1 41000
2 Auditor/Accountant -20% GP 2800, PB 1 GP  4200 PB2 56000
3 Sr. Auditor/Accountant - 80% & Stenographer Gr. I/Steno Gr. II (P. S.) GP 4200, PB 2 GP 4600 PB2 66000
4 Sr. Auditor/Sr Accountant- on completion of 4 years GP 4800 PB 2 74000
5 Asstt. Audit/Accounts Officer/ Supervisor/ Sr. Private Secretary & DivisionalAccountant (35% existing & reduce to 20% for DA Cadre) GP 4800, PB 2 GP 5400 PB2 78000
6 AAO Grade II on completion of 4 years /Divisional Accounts Officer Gr II (25%) - GP 5400, PB3 88000
7 Audit/Accounts Officer (20%)/DAO Gr I (25%) GP 5400, PB2 GP 6600P B3 102000
8 Sr. Audit/Accounts Officer (80%)/DAO (15% existing & enhance to 30% for DA Cadre) GP 5400,   PB 3 GP  7600  PB 3 120000
 
It was also reported by the Secretary General to the house that the representatives of NFCAA held repeated dialogue over this matter with the leaders of other constituent of apex JAC, but there could not be any common understanding.
 
            On this agenda item, 26 (twenty six) Federal Executive members took part in the discussion. 25 members were of the opinion that the earlier stand of merger of Accountant and Senior Accountant was most justified and reasonable. Merger would be more beneficial and carrer boosting for all cadres of Civil Accounts Organization as a whole.
 
            However, after hours long discussion, following decisions were taken by the meeting
 
1. A resolution shall be forwarded to CGA conveying the resentment against forwarding the half hearted proposal of cadre restructuring to Ministry of Finance and that too without taking the Associations into confidence. In the same resolution it shall also be demanded to make suitable recommendations for rest of the cadres.
 
2. In the National Convention of Accounts and Audit Employees on 19th July 2014, the representatives of AICAEA and AICAEA Cat-II would unitedly place their views with regard to merger of Accountant and Senior Accountant and also plead for taking this approach before 7th CPC by the apex level JAC. 
However, in case the proposal is not accepted in the convention, the AICAEA and AICAEA Cat-II shall obey the majority decision of the National convention so that total unity among the officers and employees and officers of Accounts and Audit departments is maintained.
 
AGENDA ITEM NO:- 4, Finalization of memorandum to be submitted to 7th CPC.
        
    Secretary General informed that, so far as departmental memorandum for submission to 7CPC in concerned, draft of the same was circulated to all seeking suggestions and proposals from Federal Executive members, Branches and even individuals. Further, Presidents and Secretary General of both Associations and President NFCAA are Co-ordinating among each other on this matter.
         
   The meeting observed that the discussion on this item of agenda had already taken place while discussing the previous agenda. It was therefore decided that, the memorandum shall be finalized after finalization of the approach taken by the National Convention of Accounts and Audit Employees and Officers Organization on 19thJuly 2014. The meeting also directed Presidents and Secretary Generals of both AICAEA and AICEA Cat-II to finalize the memorandum.
 
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Demands from the Central Indian Administrative Service Officers Association for the Seventh Pay Commission: Government reply in Lok Sabha

Demands from the Central Indian Administrative Service Officers Association for the Seventh Pay Commission: Government reply in Lok Sabha

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 2347
ANSWERED ON 25.07.2014
DEMAND OF OFFICERS ASSOCIATION

2347 . Shri NARASIMHAM THOTA

Will the Minister of FINANCE be pleased to state:-
(a) whether the Government has received a comprehensive and united representation of demands from the Central Indian Administrative Service Officers Association for the Seventh Pay Commission;
(b) if so, the details thereof;
(c) whether the Government has agreed to consider the demand of the Central Indian Administrative Service Officers Association; and
(d) if so, the details thereof?

ANSWER

MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE (SMT. NIRMALA SITHARAMAN)

(a) to (d) : The 7th Central Pay Commission would independently devise its own procedure for consideration of the matters included in its Terms of Reference. If the 7th Central Pay Commission invites memoranda from various Service Associations, then such memoranda are to be sent directly to them for their consideration. Any action in the Central Government shall commence only after the report of the Commission is received.

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MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED TO THE SEVENTH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION BY THE NON-GAZETTED GOVERNMENT OFFICERS’ ASSOCIATION, ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS

MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED TO THE SEVENTH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION BY THE NON-GAZETTED GOVERNMENT OFFICERS’ ASSOCIATION, ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS

GENERAL

1. 1 RESTORATION OF ANDAMAN SPECIAL ALLOWANCE AT PREVIOUS RATES AND ENHANCEMENT OF COMPENSATORY ALLOWANCE

Consequent on the implementation of the 4th Central Pay Commission recommendations, the hard earned Andaman Special Allowance/Pay has been arbitrarily withdrawn along with Compensatory Allowance and in its place Special Compensatory Allowance has been introduced on slab basis which has resulted in great financial loss to the government employees and workers working in the islands.

The Andaman Special Pay was granted for the first time in 1945 at the rate of 33 1/3 % of basic pay to all employees of Andaman and Nicobar Administration, irrespective of their area of recruitment. This special Pay was paid for the unhealthiness of this place under FR 9(25) (c). Although the Ministry of Home Affairs vide their letter No. 4-22/49-AN DATED 22.1.1951 dis-continued this, subsequently the same was sanctioned to one and all irrespective of their area of recruitment and domicile, changing the nomenclature as Special Allowance.

In addition to Special Pay/Allowance, a Compensatory Allowance at the rate of 7 1⁄2 % was sanctioned in the year 1962 which was subsequently enhanced to 12 1⁄2 % from October, 1973, as a result of additional high cost of living in these islands.

The 4th, 5th and 6th Central Pay Commissions, in the name of bringing uniformity in the grant of Allowance, recommended a slab rate of Special Compensatory Allowance, in lieu of Andaman Special Allowance and Compensatory Allowance, which was most unjustifiable. There is no justification, whatsoever, to discontinue with the Special Allowance at the rate ranging from 20% to 30% and Compensatory Allowance at 12 1⁄2 % already enjoyed by the government employees of these islands which were granted after protracted truggles. Grant of Special Compensatory Allowance, on slab basis, can in no way compensate the hard-earned Andaman Special Allowance and Compensatory Allowance aforesaid. On the one hand the Special Allowance and Compensatory Allowance have been clubbed together and on the other, the allowances granted earlier on percentage basis on basic pay have been changed to slab system which amounts to perpetual loss to the employees and is a sheer injustice.

The Seventh Central Pay Commission may kindly like to recommend restoration of Andaman Special Allowance and Compensatory Allowance at the rates as existed prior to 1.1.1986 for the government employees working in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

1.2 GRANT OF HOUSE RENT ALLOWANCE AT PAR WITH Y CLASS CITY THROUGHOUT THE ISLANDS.

The entire union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands are treated as Y class city for the purpose of daily allowance to government servants who undertake official tours to various islands. This was sanctioned by the Govt.of India due to high cost of living prevalent in this territory. Recently, the Government of India has announced that Port Blair city will be treated as Y Class city for the purpose of HRA.

Further, there is a recommendation of the Fifth Central Pay Commission that cities/towns which are tourist centers may be declared as high class cities irrespective of population, in view of high cost of living in tourist centers. The entire Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is a tourist center, as such the entire union territory has to be treated as Y Class city. The Association demands that the Seventh Central Pay Commission may consider it and the entire union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands may be treated as Y Class city for the purpose of grant of House Rent Allowance considering the exorbitant rent for private residential accommodation prevailing in the entire union territory of A & N Islands.

Click here to Download/View full memorandum by NON-GAZETTED GOVERNMENT OFFICERS’ ASSOCIATION, ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS

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Confederation declares Nationwide Agitational Programme – Demands including DA Merger and Interim Relief

Confederation declares Nationwide Agitational Programme – Demands including DA Merger and Interim Relief

Confederation publishes  an organized series of agitational programme on its portal toady including the burning issues DA Merger and Interim Relief.

CONFEDERATION DECLARES NATIONWIDE AGITATIONAL PROGRAMMES

Dear Comrades,
The National Sectt. of the Confederaton met at New Delhi on 11.08.2014 to consider the follow up action required in the matter of some of the pressing issues on which Confederation had organized series of agitational programmes prior to the commencement of the Election process of the 16th Lok Sabha. The CHQ has received reports from various affiliaties to the effect that they have all endorsed the common memorandum, the Confederation had submitted to the 7th CPC. Most of the affiliates have emailed copies of the respective memorandum to the CHQ. Those who have not sent copies are requested to do so without further loss of time. This will enable the Confederation to write to the 7th CPC to provide an opportunity to these organisations to tender oral evidence to explain and elucidate their submissions in the memorandum.
The meeting noted that there has been only negative response from the Government on the issues of Interim Relief and merger of DA.

We have already sent to you a copy of our letter addressed to the Seretary, Staff Side, JCM National Council, (Com. Shivgopal Mishra) which is yet to be responded. The meeting considered the following issues as important, the pursuance of which must not brook any delay, especially in the background that the 7th CPC has formally written to the Government asking it to indicate the course of action required to be taken on the memorandum of the staff side on Interim Relief and marger of DA.

CHARTER OF DEMANDS
1. Merger of DA with pay for all employees with effect from 01.01.2014 including Gramin Dak sewaks and pensioners.
2. Grant of Interim Relief to all employees including Gramin Dak Sewaks and Pensioners.
3. Inclusion of Gramind Dak sevaks under the purview of 7th Central pay Commission.
4. Scrap PFRDA Act and grant of statutory pension to all.
5. Date of effect of 7th CPC recommendations should be 01.01.2014.
6. Regularisation and revision of wages of casual laboures and contract workers.
7. Removal of 5% condition for compassionate appointments.
8. Fill up al vacant posts and creation of new posts wherever justified.
9. Stop downsizing, outsourcing, contractorisation and privatisation of Government functions.
10. Grant Productivity linked Bonus to all without ceiling; compute Bonus as weighted average of PLB for those not covered by PLB agreement.
11. Revise OTA and NDA and implement arbitration awards.
The meeting also considered the policy perception of the new Government in the light of the administrative price hike in petroleum products, the proposals in the Railway and General Budget, the steep hike in the freight and passenger fares of Railways, the decision to hike FDI in Defence Production, Railway Infrastructure and Insurance sectors, disinvestment of public sector including nationalized banks and have come to the inescapable conclusion that under Narendra Modi dispensation, the neo-liberal policies, as expected, will only be intensified and the promised “Achche Din” is for the Corporate giants of the country. The last session of the Parliament witnessed the determination of the NDA Government in changing the labour laws on the lines of the enactment made by Rajasthan Government of Vasundhara Raje Scindhia by virtue of which in almost 90% of the manufacturing units in India, the employers are permitted to indulge in hire and fire policy, for the existing regulations will be dispensed with.

The meeting came to the decision that the confederation must organise serious and prolonged campaign, preferably in unison with the Railway and Defence Federations. We will pursue our consultation with those Federations to reach a common approach in the matter. Since it might take some more time, the meeting decided to pursue the demands through a demonstrative programme.

11th September 2014 – Submission of the Charter of Demands along with a brief Note to all heads of offices by arranging demonstration in front of all offices; the branch level/district/divisional/state level leaders will explain the demands especially the memorandums on interim relief, DA merger and GDS issues.

19th September 2014 – Dharna between 10 AM to 3 PM at all important state/districts/divisional centres.

25th September 2014 – Dharna between 10 AM to 3 PM at New Delhi with participation of the leaders of all affiliates and the members working in the city of Delhi (at a central place-to be decided by the Confederation Delhi State committee).

Confederation office Bearers will meet again at Delhi on 26.09.2014, 5 PM to decide further course of action. Confederation will bring out pamphlets and bulletins to explain various issues like minimum wage, DA, Bonus, GDS problems etc. shortly as part of an education campaign. The detailed campaign programe to be undertaken after Diwali festival will be intimated later.

Comradely yours,
(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General
Source: http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/

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Saturday, 16 August 2014

BRMS demands to merge 50% DA and Grant Rs.7000 as Interim Relief

BRMS demands to merge 50% DA and Grant Rs.7000 as Interim Relief

Grant of Rs. 7000.00 as interim relief.

Government of India totally failed to take effective measures to arrest the spiraling price rise and contained inflation. Dearness allowance which is paid to neutralize the inflation is not sufficient and employees are facing hardship.

Their is delay to announce the recommendation of 7th CPC.

BRMS demand that Government should announce atleast Rs. 7000.00 as interim relief to meetout the arrogant expenses due to inflation.
Merger of 50%DA allowances into Basic Pay.
5th CPC has recommended that whenever the dear allowances exceeds 50% , it should be merged in the basic pay. While 6th CPC had also observed that a portion (25%) of DA should be merged whenever it exceeds of 50% for certain part of the pay packet.

BRMS has been demanding that it should be automatic as and when dearness allowance crosses 50% mark and it should be merged with the basic pay as there is no pay revision after 4 or 5 years as in the case of public sector/financial sector employees. It is stated that NDA Government had already merged the 50% DA of serving and retired employees for all purposes when it cross 50%.

Source: CG STAFF NEWS

AIRF proposed pay scales for all categories of Railway Employees for 7th Pay Commission

AIRF proposed pay scales for all categories of Railway Employees for 7th Pay Commission
PAY SCALES PROPOSED BY THE ALL INDIA RAILWAYMEN’S FEDERATION FOR THE 7th CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION
OPERATING DEPARTMENT
S.No. Post/Designation VI CPC Proposed New Pay Scales of VIIth CPC
1 Station Master PB-I + GP 2800 Rs. 56,000
2 Dy.Station Manager PB-2 + GP 4200 74000
3 Station Manager PB-2 + GP 4600 78000

S.No. Post/Designation VI CPC Proposed New Pay Scales of VIIth CPC
1 SECTION CONTROLLER PB-2 + GP 4200 Rs. 74,000
2 CHIEF CONTROLLER PB-2 + GP 4600 78000

S.No. Post/Designation VI CPC Proposed New Pay Scales of VII CPC
1 Pointsman/Leverman PB-1 + GP 1800 26000 (Pointsman Gr.III/Leverman)
2 Sr.Pointsman/Sr.Leverman PB-1 + GP 1900 33000 (Pointsman Gr.II/Leverman)
3 - - 46000 (Pointsman Gr.I)
4 Cabinman PB-1 + GP 1900 33000
5 Sr.Cabinman PB-1 + GP 2400 46000

S.No. Post/Designation VI CPC Proposed New Pay Scales of VII CPC
1 Switchman PB-1 + GP 2800 46000

S.No. Designation VI CPC Proposed New Pay Scales of VII CPC
1 Gateman PB-1 + GP 1800 33000

S.No. Designation VI CPC Proposed New Pay Scales of VII CPC
1 Station Porter PB-1 + GP 1800 26000

S.No. Post/Designation VI CPC Proposed New Pay Scales of VII CPC
1 Train Clerk PB-I + GP 1900 46000 (Train Clerk)*
2 Sr.Train Clerk PB-I + GP 2400 46000 (Train Clerk)*
3 Hd. Train Clerk PB-2 + GP 4200 56000
4 Chief Train Clerk - 74000

S.No. Post/Designation VI CPC Proposed New Pay Scales of VII CPC
1 Shunting Jamadar PB – 1 + GP 2400 46000
2 Shunting Master PB – 2 + GP 4200 56000
3 Chief Shunting Master New Scale 74000

Designation Existing VIth CPC Pay structure New Proposed Scales
Safaiwala/Safaiwali PB-1+1800 26,000
Senior Safaiwala/Safaiwali PB-1+1900 33,000
Asst Sanitary Supervisor PB-1+2800 46,000
Sanitary Supervisor PB-2+4200 56,000
Sr.Sanitary Supervisor New Scale Proposed 74000

Designation New Proposed Scales
Traffic Asst 56000
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BRMS submitted memorandum to 7th Pay Commission

BRMS submitted memorandum including proposed pay structure for all categories of Railway Employees on 25th July 2014 to 7th Pay Commission.

BHARATIYA RAILWAY MAZDOOR SANGH

No: BRMS/7-CPC-Cell
Dated:- 25.07.2014

The Member-Secretary, 7th Central Pay Commission, Post Box No.4599, Hauz Khas P.O., New Delhi – 110 016 Sub :- Dear Sir/Madam, We have for reference your notification inviting memorandum from stakeholders expressing their views/opinions/comments on the various terms of references to the commission. In this context, being a responsible stakeholder, we are hereby submitting our detailed Memorandum for your kind consideration.

We also desire to depose oral evidence for the Commission, if and when called upon to do so, and shall be glad to provide any further clarification and/or information as may be needed/called upon by the Commission. Kindly acknowledge receipt.

Thanking You,
Yours Truly,
(R.N.Tripathi)
Secretary General
Source: BRMS
Click to read complete memorandum…

Friday, 15 August 2014

State Government employees are not covered within the terms of reference of the 7th central Pay Commission

State Government employees are not covered within the terms of reference of the 7th central Pay Commission

While answering to a question in Parliament on 12th August 2014 regarding the employees working in State Government, Ministry of State for Finance Smt.Nirmala Sitharaman said that the State Government employees are not covered within the terms of reference of the 7th central Pay Commission.

She replied in written form to a question asked by a member that service conditions of State Government employees fall within the exclusive domain of respective State Governments. Therefore, State Government employees are not covered within the terms of reference of the 7th central Pay Commission.

Thus, the recommendations of Commission will not directly apply to State Government employees. Accordingly, it is not possible for the Central Government to indicate the financial burden on State Governments, if they decide to adopt the recommendation of the 7th Central Pay Commission in respect of their employees with or without modification.

She also added, the Central Government had sought the views of the State Governments and till the date of the constitution of the 7th Central Pay Commission on 28.2.2014, only 14 States had responded. These State Governments generally mentioned, inter-alia, that adoption of the recommendations of a Central Pay Commission by them in case of State Government employees adds to substantial financial burden

Since the decision to adopt the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission in case of the State Government employees will exclusively concern respective State Government, the question of any assistance by the Central Government will not arise. However, the Terms of Reference of the 7th Central Pay Commission provide, inter-alia, that while making its recommendations, the Commission will also keep in view the likely impact of the recommendations on the finances of the State Governments, which usually adopt the recommendations with some modifications.


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Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Change in 7th Pay Commission visit to Bengaluru

Change in Commission’s visit to Bengaluru

There is a slight change in 7th CPC’s visit to Bengaluru. The Commission now proposes to visit Bengaluru between 24th and 26th August, 2014 instead of the earlier announced date of 25th-27th August, 2014.

The commission has, in its first phase of interaction, been seeking the views of various stakeholders on its terms of reference. To this end, meetings have been held in Delhi with various organisations and heads of various agencies.

In its second phase of interaction, the Commission plans to hold meetings in different parts of the country to facilitate stakeholders staying in various areas to present their views personally before the Commission and ensure larger representation. This exercise is being undertaken to enable the Commission to get a firsthand impression about the functioning and the condition of service prevailing in different parts of the country.

Accordingly, the Commission, headed by its Chairman, Justice Shri A. K. Mathur, proposes to visit Bengaluru between 24th August and 26th August 2014. The Commission would like to invite various entities/associations/federations representing any/all categories of employees covered by the terms of Reference of the Commission to present their views.

Your request for a meeting with the Commission may be sent through e-mail to the Secretary, 7th Central Pay Commission at secy-7cpc@nic.in. The memorandum already submitted by the requesting entity may also be sent as an attachment with this e-mail. An early response in this regard would facilitate proper scheduling of the meetings.

Source: http://7cpc.india.gov.in/

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Interaction meeting with 7th Pay Commission with INDWF

Interaction meeting with 7th Pay Commission with INDWF

INTUC
Indian National Defence Workers Federation
 
Ref: INDWF/VII CPC/Proposals/2014
Date : 08.08.2014
To
Member Secretary
VII Central Pay Commission
New Delhi

Sub: Interaction meeting with 7th Central Pay Commission on INDWF memorandum – reg.

Indian National Defence Workers Federation is one of the constituents of National Council JCM representing the Central Government employees including Defence. On behalf of National Council JCM being one of the constituent organisatins have prepared a common memorandum consisting on the issues of Pay and Allowances and Terminal Benefits as well as retirement benefits etc., for which we are also party and unanimously accepted.

On the issues pertaining of Defence Civilian Employees to which this Federation is representing a separate memorandum has been prepared and submitted to the VII Central Pay Commission and was sent by e-mail as well as hard copy was handed over to the commission on 30.07.2014 at the office of VII CPC for consideration.

Defence Civilian employees consisting around 3.75 Lakhs next to the Indian Railways which is the second largest Central Government employees in India. These employees are mostly covered under the Factories Act and working in Industrial Establishments such as Ordnance Factories, DRDO, EME, AOC, MES, DGOA, DGAQA, Airforce, Navy, Army installations including Technical, Clerical, Storekeeping, Scientific, Paramedical, Teaching Staff, Security, Fire Staff and so on.

The Defence Civilian Staff are considered as fourth Arm of the Defence force in India and working side by side alongwith service personnels of the Armed Forces.

To consider the unique activities of the Defence Civilian employees we have proposed certain improvement and grant of benefit to Defence Civilian at par with service employees by the Pay Commission for a discussion alongwith the representatives fo the concerned Departmental category. The interaction meeting may also be convened for explaining the case of miscellaneous and isolate categories.

We request you to kindly consider to give dates for us in advance in a month’s time keeping in mind the holidays during the period to prepare ourselves to meet the Pay Commission. If the tentative dates are conveyed to us it will enable us to keep our other programmes accordingly so as to keep time spared for the meeting the commission.
Yours Sincerely,
sd/-
(R.SRINIVASAN)
General Secretary
Source: INDWF

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PROPOSALS OF NFIR TO 7th CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION

PROPOSED PAY SCALES – DEPARTMENT WISE – SUBMITTED BY NFIR TO 7th CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION ON 28th JULY,2014
NFIR Submitted memorandum to 7th Central Pay Commission on 28th July, 2014. The proposed pay scales department wise are as under…
SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY EMPLOYEES’ SANGH
(Affiliated to NFIR, INTUC and ITF)
CENTRAL OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD.

 
PROPOSALS OF NFIR TO VII CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION

NFIR Submitted memorandum to 7th Central Pay Commission on 28th July, 2014. The proposed pay scales department wise are as under…

Click here to view the complete memorandum…

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Friday, 8 August 2014

DA Merger and Effect Date of 7th CPC – Explanation from Official Side in the Standing Committee meeting held on 7.5.2014

DA Merger and Effect Date of 7th CPC – Explanation from Official Side in the Standing Committee meeting held on 7.5.2014

    Item No 1, 2 & 3 : Terms of Reference of the 7th CPC, date of effect of the recommendations of the 7th CPC from 01.01.2011 and Merger of DA with pay

10. Secretary (Expenditure) expressed his condolences at the demise of Sh Purohit. He then mentioned that the issue of the Terms of Reference (TOR) of the 7th CPC was handled with great sensitivity and it was not correct to say that the views of the Staff Side have not been taken into account. Almost 90% of what Staff Side had suggested for the TOR for the 7th CPC was taken very seriously and only in the case of Grameen Dak Sevak (GDS) and Interim Relief there were certain issues due to which these could not be included in the TOR.

In regard to the date of effect of the recommendations, this is also one of the ToR of the 7th CPC. The date of effect of the recommendations of a Pay Commission is suggested by the Commission itself. This was the practice followed in respect of the previous central pay commissions. Therefore, the date of effect of the recommendations of the 7th CPC cannot be suggested upfront, since this would be recommended by the 7th CPC itself having regard to various factors that they may take into account.

In regard to the Interim Relief, he mentioned that this is normally given when there is delay in constitution of the Central Pay Commission. Since the 7CPC has been set up well on time, question of interim relief was not considered necessary.

11. On the issue of merger of DA with pay he pointed out that the 6th CPC in its Report had specifically recommended against it.

As to the inclusion of a representative of labour in the composition of the 7th CPC is concerned, the composition of the 7th CPC was broadly in line with the composition of the previous three Central Pay Commissions and Government did not want to make it unwieldy.

So far as the issue relating to Pensioners is concerned, the same has been amply included in para (f) of the ToR. As regards the pay anomalies, the same would be considered by the 7th Central Pay Commission as part of its overall ToR. Since the terms of reference enable the CPC to send interim report, Secretary (Expenditure) suggested that the Staff Side might approach the 7th CPC for a report on Interim Relief and Merger of Dearness Allowance.

Will the Federations recommended salary hikes materialize in 7th Pay Commission

Will the Federations recommended salary hikes materialize in 7th Pay Commission

‘Expected Pay Scale of 7th CPC’ – This is the hottest topic of discussion among central government employees right now! Hereinafter the topic and article have become the exciting headline of discussion and make countless debates among government employees.

What will the pay scale recommended by the 7th Pay Commission be like..?

Will the 7th Pay Commission recommend the salary hike suggested by the various associations and unions..?

Particularly, Will the 7th CPC take into consideration of the proposed pay structure presented by the (JCM) Staff Side and the Confederation?


For the time being, our only answer is- we’ll have to wait and watch..!

Some of our readers have felt that the suggestions made by the NC (JCM) Staff Side and Confederation are over-ambitious and beyond the realms of imaginations. They feel that such suggestions would be even considered only by the 8th Pay Commission and also hefty hike reflected in pay scale…etc.

The associations and various federations reflect the mindset of their majority employees. Although there is no denying the fact that they have been asking for slightly high, one has to examine the way these demands were made. It is not an easy task to make a sensible memorandum based on acceptable facts. The proposed pay structure suggested by the staff side is designed on visionary thinking. In 6th pay commission also federations were suggested to fix Rs.10000 as minimum pay, but the Government had fixed it as Rs. 7000. Now they are asking to fix Rs.26000 as minimum pay instead of Rs. 7ooo.
Minimum Pay Scale in 4th CPC Rs. 750

Minimum Pay Scale in 5th CPC Rs. 2550

Minimum Pay Scale in 6th CPC Rs. 7000

Minimum Pay Scale in 7th CPC Rs. 26000 (Demanded by NC JCM Staff Side)

The crying baby only gets the milk…Nothing happens by itself.

Source: www.cgstaffnews.in

Including DA Merger and Revision of Wages 1.1.2011 will discuss in the next JCM National Council Meeting..!

Including DA Merger and Revision of Wages 1.1.2011 will discuss in the next JCM National Council Meeting..! 

No, major Issues which were discussed in the last standing committee meeting -Revision of Wage with effect from. 1.1.2011, Merger of DA with Pay, Revising Overtime Allowance, Stepping up of Pay of Senior employees etc.

DOP&T CALLS FOR NEW ITEM FOR THE NEXT JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL MEETING

Please see below a letter received from JCM National Council (Staff Side) Secretary. All affiliates of Confederation are requested to send their items, if any to Secretary General, Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers by e-mail before 15th August 2014. Item may be sent with a brief note explaining the case details by e-mail to Confederationhq@gmail.com or mkrishnan6854@gmail.com

No.3/2/2010-JCA
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
New Delhi, the 24th July, 2014
25 JULY 2014
To
Shri Shiva Gopal Mishra,
Secretary, Staff Side,
National Council (JCM),
13-C, Ferozeshah Road,
New Delhi-110001.

Sir,
You may kindly recall that for the next meeting of the National Council, earlier the Staff Side had suggested the following 19 Items for discussion

1 Revision of Wage with effect from. 1.1.2011. right mark
2 Merger of DA with Pay right mark
3 Enhancement of Insurance Coverage under CGEGI Scheme
4 Compassionate Appointments right mark
5 Absorption of GDS as regular Postal Employees
6 Regularisation of Casual/Contingent/Daily Rated Workers. right mark
7 Functioning of JCM
8 Remove the ban on recruitment and creation of posts
9 Downsizing, Outsourcing, Contractorisation etc. right mark
10 Introduction of Productivity Linked Bonus and removal of Ceiling Limit.
11 Revising Overtime Allowance (OTA) and Night Duty Allowancerates: right mark
12 Arbitration Awards.
13 Career Progression: Grant Five Promotion in the Service Career.
14 Scrap the New Pension Scheme
15 Reckoning of 100% period of Service rendered after grant of Temporary Status and 5o% Of Casual Service for Retiral Benefits etc. in case of Casual Labourers
16 Stepping up of pay of Seniors who are drawing less Pay than the Juniors consequent on fixation of Pay due to implementation of 6th CPC recommendations between Direct Recruits and Promotees right mark
17 Stepping up of Pay of Senior employees at Par with their Juniors consequent upon implementation of MACPs right mark
18 Granting of parity in Pension and Family Pension to the Staff/Family retired prior to 01.01.2006
19 Granting of Additional Pay to Loco and Traffic Running Staff right mark

Subsequently a meeting of the Standing Committee was held on 7th May, 2014 to discuss the items submitted by the Staff Side vide their letter No NC-JCM/2014/VII CPC dated 9th April, 2014. It will be noted that 9 of the above items (ticked above) were discussed in the Standing Committee meeting.

In view of this I would be grateful if the Staff Side could suggest the Agenda Items for the next meeting of the National Council (JCM) at an early date so that the Agenda papers could be finalised for convening the meeting of the National Council (JCM). If required the proposed items can be discussed with a few of the representatives of the Staff Side with the undersigned at a date and time mutually convenient to you.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Ashok Kumar)
Director (JCA)
Source : http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/
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Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Inter-action meeting with the 7th Pay Commission on NFIR’s memorandum

Inter-action meeting with the 7th Pay Commission on NFIR’s memorandum


Inter-action meeting with the Seventh Central Pay Commission on NFIR’s memorandum — reg.

NFIR
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
3, CHELMSFORD ROAD NEW DELHI-110055

No.IV/NFIR/7th CPC/CORRES/Pt.V
Dated: 02.08.2014
The Secretary,
Seventh Central Pay Commission,
Chhatrapati Shivaji Bhavan,
IIFT, Block ‘B’,
Qutab Institutional Area,
Near Sitaram Bharatiya Institute of Science & Research,
New Delhi – 110016

Madam.,
Sub: Inter-action meeting with the Seventh Central Pay Commission on NFIR’s memorandum — reg.

NFIRs delegation has called on you on 28th July, 2014 and handed over memorandum for taking appropriate action.

NFIR now requests to kindly arrange to convey the dates on which Federation’s representatives can meet the Pay Commission to explain the case of railway employees of various categories. In this Connection, we suggest as follows :-
a) Inter-action meetings may be fixed giving us reasonable advance intimation to enable us to reschedule our other programmes.

b) Meeting/hearing may be fixed department wise to facilitate us to meet the Pay Commission along with the representatives of the concerned departmental category.

c) In the Railways there are eight major departments with hundreds of categories. Eight different dates for explaining our case may kindly be considered.

d) Inter-action meetings may also be convened for explaining the case of miscellaneous and isolated categories.

e) We request that a separate date and time be provided to facilitate the Federation to explain uniqueness of railways as well unique nature of duties of railway employees in general.
We request you to kindly consider giving dates for us during September and October 2014. keeping in mind the holidays during these months. We shall be grateful to the Pay Commission, if the tentative dates are conveyed to enable to us to select and respond.

Yours sincerely,
sd/-
(M.Raghavaiah)

General Secretary
Source: NFIR

Interim relief of 7th Pay Commission for Central Government Employees

Interim relief of 7th Pay Commission for Central Government Employees

In Parliament Minister of State for Finance Shrimati.Nirmala Sitharaman said in a written reply to a question on 5th August 2014 regarding grant of interim relief to Central Government employees.

She said that there is no proposal for grant of Interim Relief to Central Government employees is at present under consideration of the Government.

She also added, the 7th Central Pay Commission has already been set up vide Resolution dated 28th February, 2014. The Commission has started functioning.

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Tuesday, 5 August 2014

GRANT OF INTERIM RELIEF & MERGER OF DA (DEARNESS ALLOWANCE) TO CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES APPEAL FOR SUO-MOTO CONSIDERATION

GRANT OF INTERIM RELIEF & MERGER OF DA (DEARNESS ALLOWANCE) TO CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES APPEAL FOR SUO-MOTO CONSIDERATION

 INDIAN RAILWAYS TECHNICAL SUPERVISORS ASSOCIATION
(Estd. 1965, Regd. No.1329, Website http://www.irtsa.net )

No:IRTSA/7th CPC/Memo/2014-2
Date:28.7.2014

CHAIRMAN,
SEVENTH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION,
NEW DELHI.
(Through: Secretary, Seventh CPC by Email to secy-7cpc@nic.in)

Sir,

SUBJECT:- SUPPLEMENTARY MEMORANDUM -
 APPEAL FOR SUO-MOTO CONSIDERATION FOR “GRANT OF INTERIM RELIEF & MERGER OF DA (DEARNESS ALLOWANCE) TO CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES”.


Reference:- i) Terms of Reference para “5” of the Pay Commission - Gazette Notification of Government of India No.1/1/2013-E.III(A) Dated 28.2.2014.
ii) Our Memorandum Dated 26th May, 2014, to 7th CPC.

In continuation of our detailed Memorandum to the Pay Commission, cited above, we make the following submissions for the kind consideration of the Pay Commission, requiring immediate and urgent attention of the Pay Commission to mitigate the serious and ever rising hardship of the Central Government employees and Pensioners.

1. SUO-MOTO CONSIDERATION FOR GRANT OF INTERIM RELIEF FOR INTERIM REPORT – TO MITIGATE EXISTING HARDSHIP:

Grant of Interim Relief and Merger of DA, as justified hereunder, may please be considered under Para ‘5’- of Terms of Reference of the Seventh Pay Commission which inter-alia states that - “The Commission may consider, if necessary, sending interim report on any of matters as and when recommendations are finalized.”

Finalisation of Report of the Pay Commission is bound to take considerable time. Meanwhile the employees will continue to seriously suffer on account of various reasons given below. It is therefore, imperative that adequate Interim Relief be provided to them to mitigate their ever rising hardship.

Term of Reference for an Interim Report by the Pay Commission, allows & facilitates the Pay Commission under its inherent suo-moto powers to consider and recommend for grant of an of Interim Relief and Merger of DA to Central Government employees and Pensioners – on following grounds besides others:

2. URGENT NEED FOR GRANT OF INTERIM RELIEF & MERGER OF DA:

1.1 There is an urgent need for grant of Interim Relief and Merger of DA (Dearness Allowance) to the Central Government Employees & Pensioners to mitigate the serious hardship suffered by them because of the following reasons:

 i) Serious Impact of heavy inflation and price rise and consequential erosion of real wages since the implementation of the Sixth Pay Commission:

Cost of living had increased in “back-breaking” proportions. High inflation has eroded the real value of money. The Pay & Allowances fixed after the Sixth Pay Commission, had lost their real value which has seriously eroded over the years due to fast changes happening around the world as well as within the Country. Major changes in the pattern & requirement of Education, Housing & Health system in the country and changes in the pattern of diet and food requirements have all added to the financial needs of a common man– especially at the Lower and Middle levels.

ii) Unrealistic and erroneous compilation of Price Index (for Industrial Workers) on which calculation of DA is based:

Compilation of Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI – IW) (on which payment of DA is based) –is totally unrealistic and not in accordance with the actual Market rates prevailing all over the Country for all the Consumer items. Weightage given to various items for compilation of Consumer Price Index, are disproportionate and not in accordance to the existing pattern of consumption by the working class due to changed economic and social requirements, especially in respect of Housing, Education and Other elements.
Cost of living as per actual rise of prices has gone up by over 200% but the DA being paid is only 100% from January, 2014.

iii) Non-Merger of DA on crossing 50% DA since 1st January, 2011 and 100% DA since 1st January, 2014 – which is unprecedented & unjust:

DA had crossed 50% mark in January 2011, and the 100% mark in January 2014. But unlike in the past, it is for the first time in the last 40 years - since the Third Pay Commission - that the DA had not been merged with Pay on the grounds that it had not been recommended by the Sixth Pay Commission. This was one of the most retrograde part of the Report of Sixth Pay Commission.

Employees have become very restless and frustrated – both on account of erosion of wages due to inflation and non-merge the Dearness Allowance. This was most unjustified and against the practice and recommendations of all the previous three Pay Commissions (from 3rd CPC to 5th CPC) all of whom had recommended for automatic Merger of DA with Basic Pay/Pension whenever it crosses 50%.

iv) Changes in the Economic scenario since Sixth CPC;


Major changes have taken place in the economic scenario especially in India, during the last 8 years – after the Sixth Central Pay Commission recommendations effective from 01.01.2006 – as apparent from the vital statistics given below:

VITAL CHANGES SINCE 6th CPC:


a) Per Capita Net National Product (NNP) had grown by 126.9% between the financial year 2005-06 and 2011-12 as per Current Prices and by 46.2% between the financial year 2005-06 and 2011-12 as per Constant Prices. Rise of NNP formed the basis for wage revision by Fifth CPC.

b) Major increase in Revenue Receipts:- Total Revenue Receipts of Central Government have increased from Rs. 4,30,940 crores in 2005-06 to Rs. 9,10,556 crores in 2011-12 i.e. by (+) 111.3%.

c) Revenue Expenditure has also grown by 141.4% and GDP (Gross Domestic Product) has also grown by 61.2%.

d) DECLINE IN PERCENTAGE OF EXPENDITURE ON PAY & ALLOWANCES: Expenditure on Pay & Allowances – as percentage of Total Expenditure has gone down by 2.4%.

v) More frequent revision in the Wages in PSUs & elsewhere in the country;

There is a major disparity of wages with Public Sector Undertaking on account of higher Pay Scales but also on account of other benefits – including much higher HRA, C.C.A. and other allowances as well as Ex-gratia payment in lieu of Bonus – ranging from Rs.25,000 to Rs.50,000 or even more P.A. in the PSUs. In comparison Railway-men and other Central Government employees are paid PLB of less than Rs.9000 P.A. Thus the gap or disparity of wages is very high between the PSUs & the CG employees..

Disparity has become even more enormous on account of more frequent revision of wages (after every 5 years) in comparison to a 10 years gap in the revision of wages of Central Government employees.

vi) Other related factors.


a) Dearth of talent in Govt. Service due to brain drain to Private & Corporate Sectors:

Talented and meritorious personnel are no more attracted to Government jobs due to low wages & perks. They are all seeking employment in Private and Corporate Sectors – both in the initial and intermediate levels – for greener pastures.

b) Impact of Globalization:- Globalization and market economy has changed the entire economic scenario in the country. Multinationals, Corporate Sector and Private Companies – have come up in a big way –in the existing and entirely new sectors, thereby offering numerous job opportunities with attractive salaries and wage packages etc. Globalization has also affected everyday life in many other ways. This is not reflected in the CPI (IR).

vii) Grant of Interim relief therefore becomes all the more imperative and essential to make good for the larger gap of time between the wage revisions of the Central Government employees as compared to PSUs and others.

3. CONCLUSION & DETERMINATION OF QUANTUM OF INTERIM RELIEF:
i. All the forgoing facts fully justify the urgent need and desirability for grant of Interim Relief to the Central Government employees, forthwith, pending final recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission.

ii.  The criteria adopted by the Fifth Pay Commission to determine the Minimum Pay of each Pay Scale could be adopted by the Seventh Pay Commission to determine the quantum of Interim relief to be granted forthwith.

iii. The quantum of Interim relief may therefore, be 50% of the Basic Pay based on rise of per capita NNP on constant prices.
 4. APPEAL:- It is, therefore, requested that:- the Pay Commission may please consider and recommend the following under its inherent suo-moto power:
i) 50% of basic pay may please be granted as Interim Relief w.e.f. 1.1.2014, to all the Central Government employees.

ii) 50% of Pension & family pension may please be granted as Interim Relief to all Pensioners w.e.f. 1.1.2014.

iii) 100% DA may please be merged with basic pay & pension for all purposes w.e.f. 1.1.2014.
Thanking you.

With kind regards,
Yours faithfully,
 (Harchandan Singh)
General Secretary, IRTSA

Source:http://www.irtsa.net/pdfdocs/Supplementary_Memo_for_IR_&_Merger_of_DA_to_7CPC.pdf

Monday, 4 August 2014

All India Association of Administrative Staff (Non-Gazetted), MoS & PI - Memorandum to 7th CPC

All India Association of Administrative Staff (Non-Gazetted), MoS & PI - Memorandum to 7th CPC


ALL INDIA ASSOCIATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF (NON-GAZETTED)
MINISTRY OF STATISTICS AND PROFRAMME IMPLEMENTATION
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
Hall No. 201 & 205, Vijay Stambh,
Zone I, M.P. Nagar, Bhopal- 462023

No. 5/Assn/GS/2014

Dated 10th July, 2014
To,
The Member Secretary,
7th Central Pay Commission,
P.O. Box No. 4599, Hauz Khas P.O,
New Delhi-110 016

Subject: Submission of Memorandum in respect of Administrative Staff.

Respected Sir,

On behalf of All India Association of Administrative Staff (Non Gazetted), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, I am submitting herewith the Memorandum in connection with the existing and proposed pay structure of the Administrative Staff of National Sample Survey Office.

Here, we have to submit that successive Pay Commissions have not considered uniformity in the pay scales of Administrative Staff of Government of India. These staff have been recruited centrally by the Staff Selection Commission and sent to various Departments with different nomenclature & promotional channel.

Hence it is requested that 7th Pay Commission may bring uniformity in the pay scales of Administrative Staff. The pay scale recommended for each cadre in the Administrative branch should be in accordance with the responsibility actually attached with the posts. The duties and responsibilities attached to the LDC & UDC in subordinate offices are not in accordance with the DoPT manual. LDCs in subordinate offices have been allocated major section with work of higher quality worth to do by UDC/Assistants. Thus the demand for the upgradation of the pay scale of LDC/UDC & Assistant may please be considered.

It is also bring to your kind notice that we may submit a Supplementary Memorandum if it is found necessary.

We look forward for your sympathetic consideration, particularly for those Pay Scales which involve upgradation /revival of post.

Yours faithfully
(TKR Pillai)
General Secretary
Mob. 09425372172
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National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees: Memorandum to 7th CPC

National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees: Memorandum to 7th CPC


MEMORANDUM FOR VII CPC 2014

National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees
NFAEE
Department of Atomic Energy
Regn.No.17/9615
Recognised by DAE vide DAE OM No. 8/1/2007 – IR&W/95 dated 13th June 2007
JCM Office, Brindavan, Anusaktinagar, Mumbai 400 094

Ref. No: nfaee/sg/14/101 
30.07.2014
To
The Member Secretary
7th Central Pay Commission
Chatrapati Shivaji Bhawan
1st Floor, B-14/A, Qutab Institutional Area
New Delhi 110016

Subject:- Submission of Memorandum to the 7th Central Pay Commission.
Sir/Madam,

 I, Jayraj. K.V, on behalf of twenty seven unions and association affiliated  with the National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees (NFAEE) representing more than 20,000 Employees of Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) submit here-with one copy of memorandum for consideration of the 7th Central Pay Commission.

NFAEE requests the Pay Commission to review the entire scenario and recommend Interim Relief as suggested in the memorandum submitted on behalf of all Organisations of Central Government Employees by the Steering Committee of JCM Constituents.

We hope that the submissions made in our memorandum, based on the factual figures and facts, would receive due consideration of the Pay Commission and the recommendations made would be such as would bring about a feeling of ‘felt fair’ amongst the Central Government Employees in general and the employees of Department of Atomic Energy in specific.

 I hereby further request the Pay Commission to give NFAEE an opportunity to give oral deposition to the Pay Commission in support of our memorandum and to respond to the points being placed before the Pay Commission by the Government/ Department

 Thanking you,

Yours faithfully,
(Jayaraj KV)
Secretary General
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