Friday, 16 January 2015

7th Pay Commission : Highlights of the demands of Central Government Employees to 7CPC

7th Pay Commission : Highlights of the demands of Central Government Employees to 7CPC

1. Pay scales are calculated on the basis of pay drawn pay in pay band + GP + 100% DA by employee as on 01-01-2014.

2. 7th CPC report should be implemented w.e.f. 01-01-2014.

3. Scrap New Pension Scheme and cover all employees under Old Pension and Family Pension Scheme.

4. JCM has proposed minimum wage for MTS (Skilled) Rs.26,000 p.m.

5. Ratio of minimum and maximum wage should be 1:8.

6. General formula for determination of pay scale based on minimum living wage demanded for MTS is pay in PB+GP x 3.7.

7. Annual rate of increment @ 5% of the pay.

8. Fixation of pay on promotion = 2 increments and difference of pay between present and promotional posts (minimum Rs.3000).

9. The pay structure demanded is as under:-

Exiting Proposed (in Rs.)
PB-1 GP Rs.1800 – 26,000
PB-1 GP Rs.1900, PB-1 GP Rs.2000 – 33,000
PB-1 GP Rs. 2400, PB-1 GP Rs.2800 – 46,000
PB-2 GP Rs.4200 – 56,000
PB-2 GP Rs.4600, PB-2 GP Rs.4800 – 74,000
PB-2 GP Rs.5400 – 78,000

10. Dearness Allowances on the basis of 12 monthly average of CPI, Payment on 1st Jan and 1st July every year.

11. Overtime Allowances on the basis of total Pay+DA+Full TA.

12 Liabilities of all Government dues of persons died in harness be waived.

13. Transfer Policy : Group `C and `D Staff should not be transferred. DoPT should issue clear cut guideline as per 5th CPC recommendation. Govt. should from a Transfer Policy in each department for transferring on mutual basis on promotion. Any order issued in violation of policy framed be cancelled by head of department on representation.

14. Transport Allowance :
X Class Cities Y Class Cities
Pay up to Rs.75,000 Rs.7500 + DA Rs.3750 + DA
Pay above Rs.75,000 Rs.6500 + DA Rs.3500 + DA

13. Deputation Allowance double the rates and should be paid 10% of the pay at same station and 20% of the pay at outside station.

14. Classification of the post should be executive and non-executive instead of present Group A,B.C.

15. Special Pay which was replaced with SPL/Allowance by 4th CPC be bring back to curtail pay scales.

16. Scrap downsizing, outsourcing and contracting of govt. jobs.

17. Regularize all casual labour and count their entire service after first two year, as a regular service for pension and all other benefits. They should not be thrown out by engaging contractors workers.

18. The present MACPs Scheme be replaced by giving five promotion after completion of 8,15,21,26 and 30 year of service with benefits of stepping up of pay with junior.
19. PLB being bilateral agreement, it should be out of 7th CPC perview.

20. Housing facility:-
(a) To achieve 70% houses in Delhi and 40% in all other towns to take lease accommodation and allot to the govt. employees.
(b) Land and building acquired by it department may be used for constructing houses for govt. employees.

21. House Building Allowance :-
(a) Simplify the procedure of HBA
(b) Entitle to purchase second and used houses

22. Common Category – Equal Pay for similar nature of work be provided.

23. CP appointment – remove ceiling of 5% and give appointment within Three months.

24. Traveling Allowance:-
‘A1’ and ‘A’ Class Cities Other Cities
A. Executives Rs.5000+DA per day Rs.3500+DA per day
B. Non-Executives Rs.4000+DA per day Rs.2500+DA per day

25. Composite Transfer Grant :-
Executive Class 6000 kg by Goods Train/ Rate per km by road 8 Wheeler Wagon Rs.50+DA(Rs.1 per kg and single container per km)
Non-Executive Class 3000 kg – do – -do-

26. Children Education Allowance should be allowed up to Graduate, Post Graduate, and all Professional Courses. Allow any two children for Children Education Allowance.

27. Fixation of pay on promotion – two increments in feeder grade with minimum
benefit of Rs.3000.

28. House Rent Allowance
X Class Cities 60%
Other Classified Cities 40%
Unclassified Locations 20%

29. City Allowance
`X’ Class Cities `Y’ Class Cities
A. Pay up to Rs.50,000 10% 5%
B. Pay above Rs.50,000 6% minimum Rs 5000 3% minimum Rs.2500

30. Patient Care Allowance to all para-medical and staff working in hospitals.

31. All allowances to be increased by three times.

32. NE Region benefits – Payment of Special Duty Allowance @ 37.5 of pay.

33. Training:- Sufficient budget for in-service training.

34. Leave Entitlement

(i) Increase Casual Leave 08 to 12 days & 10 days to 15 days.
(ii) Declare May Day as National Holiday
(iii) In case of Hospital Leave, remove the ceiling of maximum 24 months leave and 120 days full payment and remaining half payment.
(iv) Allow accumulation of 400 days Earned Leave
(v) Allow encashment of 50% leave while in service at the credit after 20 years Qualifying Service.
(vi) National Holiday Allowance (NHA) – Minimum one day salary and eligibility criteria to be removed for all Non Executive Staff.
(vii) Permit encashment of Half Pay Leave.
(viii) Increase Maternity Leave to 240 days to female employees & increase 30 days Paternity Leave to male employees.

35. LTC
(a) Permission to travel by air within and outside the NE Region.
(b) To increase the periodicity once in a two year.
(c) One visit outside country in a lifetime

36. Income Tax:
(i) Allow 30% standard deduction to salaried employees.
(ii) Exempt all allowances.
(iii) Raise the ceiling limit as under:
(a) General – 2 Lakh to 5 Lakh
(b) Sr. Citizen – 2.5 Lakh to 7 Lakh
(c) Sr. Citizen above 80 years of age – 5 Lakh to 10 Lakh
(iv) No Income Tax on pension and family pension and Dearness Relief.

35. (a) Effective grievance handling machinery for all non-executive staff.
(b) Spot settlement
(c) Maintain schedule of three meetings in a year
(d) Department Council be revived at all levels
(e) Arbitration Award be implemented within six month, if not be discussed with Staff Side before rejection for finding out some modified form of agreement.

36. Appoint Arbitrator for shorting all pending anomalies of the 6th CPC.

37. Date of Increment – 1st January and 1st July every year. In case of employees retiring on 31st December and 30th June, they should be given one increment on last day of service, i.e. 31st December and 30th June, and their retirements benefits should be calculated by adding the same.

38. General Insurance: Active Insurance Scheme covering risk upto Rs. 7,50,000/- to Non Executive & Rs. 3,50,000/- to Skilled staff by monthly contribution of Rs. 750/- & Rs. 350/- respectively.

39. Point to point fixation of pay.

40. Extra benefits to Women employees 
 (i) 30% reservation for women.
(ii) Posting of husband and wife at same station.
(iii) One month special rest for chronic disease
(iv) Conversion of Child Care Leave into Family Care Leave
(v) Flexi time

41. Gratuity:
Existing ceiling of 16 ½ months be removed and Gratuity be paid @ half month salary for every year of qualifying service.
Remove ceiling limit of Rs.10 Lakh for Gratuity.

42. Pension:
(i) Pension @ 67% of Last Pay Drawn (LPD) instead of 50% presently.
(ii) Pension after 10 years of qualifying service in case of resignation
(iii) Increase pension age-based as under:
  65 years – 70% of LPD
  70 years – 75% of LPD
  75 years – 80% of LPD
  80 years – 85% of LPD
  85 years – 90% of LPD
  90 years – 100% of LPD

(iv) Parity of pension to retirees before 1.1.2006.
(v) Enhanced family pension should be same in case of death in harness and normal death.
(vi) After 10 years, family pension should be 50% of LPD.
(vii) Family pension to son upto the age of 28 years looking to the recruitment age.
(viii) Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) @ Rs.2500/- per month.
(ix) Extend medical facilities to parents also.
(x) HRA to pensioners.
(xi) Improvement in ex-gratia pension to CPF/SRPF retirees up to 1/3rd of full pension.

7th Pay commission faces a thousand challenges

7th Pay commission faces a thousand challenges

Tapas Joshi, New Delhi writes an article about the 7th central pay commission and we reproduced the content for our blog viewers to easy understanding…

Jaitley, a ray of hope to the Central Government Employees
Seventh pay commission marching towards implication in January 2016, Finance Minister to play a vital role
Tapas Joshi, January 10
New Delhi. New Delhi.

 The work of the Seventh Pay commission is still in progress, but this has become a topic of curiosity amidst the Central Government Employees. The Pay commission established in February 2014 has completed a journey of almost one year. It is to be noted that the Seventh Pay commission was established for a period of 15 months, according to which the Pay commission should submit its report before September 2015.

Of all Pay Commissions established till date, the maximum have submitted their reports within a period of 3 years. In spite of the eminent delay in establishment of the Sixth Pay commission, they submitted their report within two years and the government accepted their recommendations without any delay. Technically, the report of the Sixth Pay is believed to be the best report submitted till date as it changed the conventional Pay scales to Pay Band and Grade Pay which was greatly appreciated.

Those who initially criticised the recommendations were also found happy at later stages. There were also a few flaws in the recommendations which still remain intact. The Sixth Pay commission had merged Pay scales to a large extent, this led to a lot of administrative difficulties regarding the performance of grade C employees as this mergence placed many juniors at par in their pay band and grade pay in comparison with their seniors which led to many in-disciplinary issues. This led to unhappiness for some Senior Employees.
Junior employees were happy for a while, but they were permanently deprived from the benefits of Promotion. Similarly, many discrepancies have been noticed in the Sixth Pay Commission and the Pay Commissions before it. The Seventh Pay commission also has a challenge to clear all these discrepancies.
If we consider the Sixth Pay Commission, to a very large extent it has prepared the base for the future Pay Commissions. The Seventh Pay commission practically should have no problem to till the ground given to them by the Sixth Pay Commission, provided they do not have any theoretical objections to the ruleset laid by the Sixth Pay Commission. If the Seventh Pay commission tries not to do anything new, and prepares the fresh Pay scales focusing on clearing the existing shortfalls based on the current inflation and economic norms, the Pay commission can surely prove to be successful to a large extent. If clearing the discrepancies is a Challenge to the Pay Commission, the submission of their Report on time is even a greater challenge.

Whenever it comes to the Seventh Pay commission, it is natural to mention about the Modi Government. In nearly seventh months of Office Holding, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley not only declared Income Tax Exemptions and received the appreciation of employees, but also stated that “If I had more, I would have granted more exemptions” which shows his sympathy towards the working Personnel. It is eminent that the Seventh Pay commission will submit its report by the end of this year.

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