Monday, 10 November 2014



All India CGHS Employees Association had a meeting with the 7th Pay Commission on 8th November 2014. During this meeting the delegation led by Shri Francis Ellis Secretary General raised the common issues of Administrative Staff viz. Upgradation of Grade pay of LDC to Rs 2800, Granting of MACP on Promotional Hierarchy etc.

All other Associations, inviting to meet the 7th Pay Commission are requested to please bring the Grade Pay issue of LDC/UDC and MACP issue before the Pay Commission in its own importance.

The photo of CGHS delegation with Pay Commission is placed below:


All India Naval Technical Supervisory Staff Association meeting with 7th CPC and presentation i.r.o. technical Supervisory Cadre

All India Naval Technical Supervisory Staff Association meeting with 7th CPC and presentation i.r.o. technical Supervisory Cadre

The All India Naval Technical Supervisory Staff Association had an interaction with the complete team of 7th Central Pay Commission under Chairmanship of Justice Shri. Ashok Kumar Mathur at Naval Dockyard Mumbai on 08th Nov 2014. They handed over a memorandum to the 7th CPC and a presentation (scroll below) was organized in respect of the technical supervisory cadre.

Following office bearers were present during the detail interaction:

1. Shri. BB Mohanty   – President
2. Shri. AL Mhatre    – General Secretary
3. Shri. KM Nair      – Vice President
4. Shri. AS Raza      – Secretary
5. Shri. RK Pandey    – Treasurer
6. Shri. Navin Kumar  – Org. Secretary
7. Shri. T  Vargese   – Jt. Secretary
8. Shri. RG Pandey    – Jt. Secretary
9. Shri. Tarun Sarkar – Jt. Secretary
10.Shri. T Singh      – Jt. Secretary
11.Shri. JR Johnson   – Jt. Secretary
Avinash Mhatre,
General Secretary

Presentation to Seventh Central Pay Commission
All India Naval Technical Supervisory Staff Association
  • Reasonable ratio between maximum and minimum salary shall be 8: 1.
  • Proposed common and uniform multiple factor for revision of pay in respect of existing pay is 3.96 (as per % rise of NNP on constant prices).
  • Determination of minimum salary based on inflation (50% DA shall be treated as DP).
  • Rate of increment in each grade may please be granted @ 5% per annum.
  • Reduction of nos. of grade pays of Rs. 4800 & Rs. 5400/- in PB-2 need to merged and upgraded to GP Rs. 5400/- in PB-3 as doctrine of equal pay for equal work.
Pay Commission Pay Scales Brief on improvements given in violation of vertical relativity & Pay Commission recommendations
Fourth CPC Sr. Chargeman Rs.1400-2300
Master Craftsman, Rs. 1400-2300
HSK-I, Rs. 1320-1560
Identical Pay scales of Sr. Chargeman, and MCM resulted in hierarchal confusion and attracted many court cases.
Fifth CPC Chargeman-II Rs. 5000-8000
Only three grades
Master Craftsman, Rs.4500-7000
HSK Rs. Rs.4000-6000
Skilled , Rs.3050-4590
Concept of four grades (Skilled, HSK Gr-II, HSK Gr-I and MCM) restored with MCM placed in the scale of Rs.5000-8000 equal to the Chargeman-II who supervises MCM.
2005 The post of MCM has been made as regular by Govt. Of India and accordingly benefit of pay fixation has been permitted, and stated that the work of Master Craftsman in grade Rs.5000-8000 will be supervised by Chargeman-II scale Rs.5000-8000.
Sixth CPC Chargeman Grade Pay Rs.4200, PB-2, Only three grades Skilled (GP Rs.1900), Highly Skilled (GP Rs.2400) and MCM (GP Rs.2800) were recommended in PB-1, maintaining the hierarchal order and the principle of higher post given the higher Grade Pay Para 3.8.27 of SCPC report. Concept of four grades (Skilled , HSK Gr-II, HSK Gr-I and MCM) restored with Sr. Technician placed in the GP of Rs.4200.

Sixth Pay Commission recommendation vide para 2.2.11 “Grade pay being progressively higher for successive higher posts, the employees on promotion will get monetary benefit on promotion in the form of the increased grade pay apart from the benefit of one additional increment” got violated.
MACP  Scheme
  • The scheme shall be unique effect between Defence service and civilian personnel, since there was a disparity earlier, service personnel are getting MACP scheme after 8, 16, 24 years whereas civilian are  getting  after  10, 20 & 30 years.
  • Proposed for five MACPs (after 6, 12, 18, 24 & 30 years).
  • Grant of MACP scheme on Promotional hierarchy.
  • Shift-over from one pay band (PB-2 to PB-3) to the next one on effect of MACPs.
  • Uniform MACP scheme for all central government departments including defence services.
Existing hierarchy of posts Existing Grade Pay Proposed hierarchy of posts after proposed cadre restructuring Proposed revised Grade Pay after proposed cadre restructuring Provision of time bound promotion instead of MACPS which shall compensate the losses due to MACPS
Chargeman Rs.4200 (PB-2) Junior Engineer 4800, PB-2 Entry grade For entry level post of JE (GP-4600)
Foreman Rs.4600 (PB-2) Assistant Engineer 5400, PB-3 1st Functional / non functional promotion to GP-5400 (PB-3) after completion of 6 years in GP-4800
Proposed Merger of
Technical Assistant and
Junior Technical Officer
Rs.4800 (PB-2)
Rs.5400 (PB-3)
Executive Engineer 6600, PB-3 2nd Functional / non functional promotion to GP-6600 (PB-3) after completion of 4 years in GP-5400
Technical Officer Rs. 6600 (PB-3) Superintendent Engineer 7600, PB-3 3rd Functional / non functional promotion to GP-7600 (PB-3) after completion of 4 years in GP-6600
Senior Technical Officer Rs. 7600 (PB-3) Chief Engineer 8700, PB-4 4th Functional / non functional promotion to GP-8700 (PB-4) after completion of 4 years in GP-7600, PB-3
Chief Technical Officer Rs. 8700 (PB-3) Principal Engineer 8900, PB-4 5th Functional / non functional promotion to GP-8900 (PB-4) after completion of 4 years in GP-8700 (PB-4)
  • Hours  of  work  for  Non-Industrial Cadre = 40 hours.
  • Grant of Restricted Holidays to Technical Supervisors of Indian Navy.
  • Five days week for industrial establishments of Navy.
  • Leave facilities – Maximum accumulation of leaves.
  • Medical Facilities – Introduction of Assured healthcare  services to the technical supervisors working in Naval Units at remote and underdeveloped areas like Karwar, Azhimala etc.
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