Sunday, 19 April 2015

Expected Pay Scale Grade Pay of IAS Officer in 7CPC

Expected Pay Scale Grade Pay of IAS Officer in 7th CPC

An Indian Administrative Officer (IAS) is one of the key services in India. They receive one of the highest perks and salaries in India. They also enjoy the executive powers, better pension and much other facilities as an IAS officer in India. There are a large number of aspirant candidates in India to become an Indian Administrative Officer (IAS).

In this article, we have provided information on expected pay scale grade pay of IAS officer in 7th Pay Commission. So, let’s read.
7th Pay Commission IAS

Expected Pay Scale Grade Pay of IAS Officer in 7th CPC

Current Pay Scale:
  • Entry Level Pay Scale/Grade Pay: Rs. 15600- 39100 Plus Pay band Rs. 5400
Expected Pay Scale:
  • Rs. 29900-104400 Plus Grade Pay Rs. 16200
The Indian Administrative Services or IAS officers have five scales namely the Junior Scale, Senior Time Scale, Junior Administrative Grade, Selection Grade and Super Time Scale. The salary of IAS officer is among the highest paying salaries in government sector.
Benefits for IAS Officers
  • House Rent Allowance
  • Dearness Allowance (It is revised half yearly, mainly being governed by the inflation index)
  • Free Water
  • Bungalows
  • Security Guards
  • Free Electricity
  • Government Vehicle/Cars
  • Free Telephone
  • Study leave abroad, expenses of which are borne by the Government of India
  • Lifetime Pensions
  • All Other Benefits
We hope that the information on expected pay scale grade pay of IAS officer in 7th CPC will be useful to all across the country.

Article first published on April 18, 2015.

Source: http://7thpaycommission.in

National Holiday Allowance – revision of rate – urged

National Holiday Allowance – revision of rate – urged.

NFIR
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI – 110 055
Affiliated to :
Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF)
No.1/5(g)/Pt. V
Dated: 13/04/2015
The Chairman,
Seventh Central Pay Commission,
Chatrapati Shivaji Bhawan,
1st Floor, B-14/A, Qutab Institutional Area,
New Delhi 110016

Dear Sir,
Sub: – National Holiday Allowance – revision of rate – urged.

Pursuant to the recommendation of the Jagannadha Das Pay Commission contained in para 45 of Chapter XXXV, the Railway Board with the sanction of the President, had decided to compensate the Railway employees by additional payment, when they are called upon to perform duties on National Holidays every year. Instructions to this effect were issued by the Railway Board vide letter No.PC-60/HL-2/1 dated 10th August 1961, fixing following criteria for payment of additional pay:-

“Basic Pay as defined in Rule 2003 (21) (a) (i&ii) R-II and full Dearness Allowance (inclusive of Dearness Pay), Where the pay plus Dearness Allowance falls in between the two slabs, the rate for the next higher slabs shall apply”.

2. The Railway Ministry had also declared some more important days as “National Holidays” later on. In this connection, NFIR wishes to reiterate that initially additional pay was granted, to compensate to those Railway employees who in the exigencies of services are not permitted to avail National Holidays, by additional payment equal to 1 ½ times of the normal rate of pay plus DA thereon. At the same time, NFIR conveys that over the period of time not only the nomenclature but also the basis of National Holiday Allowance has been changed completely by the Railway Board without going into its genesis and has implemented the decision in most negative and unrealistic manner resulting less payment of National Holiday Allowance towards the so called compensation. There is wide variation between the original provision and the amount paid at present as National Holiday Allowance as can be seen from the following illustration:-

Pay in the pay band + grade pay as per VIth CPC pay Structure Revised rates of NHA Actually due to be paid
Upto 7260 Rs.170 Rs.745*
[*at one and half times of rate of minimum Pay (5200+1800+113%DA) if correctly taken into account.]

3. Incidentally, the Federation desires to mention that the Fifth Central Pay Commission in their recommendations to the Government of India had suggested payment of National Holiday Allowance at the rate of payment of Over Time Allowance.

NFIR, therefore, requests the Chairman, Pay Commission to consider the facts mentioned above and make suitable recommendations to the Government of India for upward revision of the National Holiday Allowance.
Yours faithfully,
(Dr. M. Raghavaiah)
General Secretary
Source-NFIR

Personal hearing with VII CPC by National Council JCM and INDWF

Personal hearing with VII CPC by National Council JCM and INDWF

PROPOSED NEW PAY SCALES MINIMUM (AFTER MERGER) SUBMITTED TO 7TH PAY COMMISSION – INDWF

Oral evidence submitted by National Council(JCM) Standing committee and the VII CPC on 23.03.2015, 24.03.2015 and on 31.03.2015 respectively.

The JCM(NC), JCM Constitutents including INDWF jointly prepared the memorandum on pay Structure, Pay determination, Allowances, leave, women issues, LTC, TA/DA and Retirement benefits etc., on 30.06.2014. Similarly, on behalf of INDWF, we have submitted matters relating to Defence Civilian Employees on service matters on 28.07.2014.

Defence Federations were invited from 30th to 31st march, 2015. INDWF met the VII CPC on 31.03.2015 in the VII CPC office, New Delhi from 1030 HRs to 1200 HRs.

Proposed new pay scales after removal of existing Grade Pay Rs.1900, Rs.2400, Rs.4600 and Rs.8700 in order to reduction of pay scales from 19 to 14.

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Utilisation of the facilities of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) – Instructions given by DoPT

Utilisation of the facilities of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) – Instructions given by DoPT

Utilisation of the facilities of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs)- Instructions rega

G.I., Dept. of Per. & Trg., O.M.F.No. 44011/4(s)12007-Estt.(B), 16.4.2015

Subject: Utilisation of the facilities of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs)- Instructions regarding.
The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s OM of even number dated 22nd February, 2010 (copy enclosed) wherein Ministries/Departments were instructed to discontinue the utilization of the infrastructure of any Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) by the officers/staff in the Government Departments.

The Ministries/Departments are directed to issue instructions to all concerned for not utilizing the infrastructure of any CPSEs by the officers/staff in the Government Departments and that any such use shall attract suitable action against them. If, for any exceptional circumstances, any officer, for a bonafide purpose related with official duties connected with the CPSE entrusted to him, is required to utilize the facility from a CPSE, the Secretary in the Ministry/Department will authorize such usage for specific period after careful assessment of the situation. The above guidelines shall also to be applicable to use of facilities from autonomous organizations under the Government.

2. These instruction may be strictly complied by all the Ministries/Departments.

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Cadre Restructuring of CSSS – Cadre Restructuring Committee submitted its report with recommendations and duties of CSSS personnel

Cadre Restructuring of CSSS – Cadre Restructuring Committee submitted its report with recommendations and duties of CSSS personnel

Cadre Review of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS) – regarding.

G.I., Dpet. of Per. & Trg., Circular No.151/2014-CS.II(C), dated 16.4.2015

Subject: Cadre Review of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS) – regarding.

3rd Cadre Restructuring Committee (CRC) consituted to review the service conditions of the CSSS personnel has submitted its report. The report of the Committee along with its major recommendations and duties of CSSS personnel are attached herewith for information.

2. Accordingly, all stakeholder viz., Ministries/Departments, Service Associations and individual officers may submit their comments on the report latest by 15th May, 2015. The comments may also be furnished via e-mail at kameshwar.mishra@nic.in
sd/-
(Kameshwar Mishra)
Under Sercretary to the Govt. of India
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Payment of Uniform Allowance in lieu of uniform to Group C&D employees of CGHS

Payment of Uniform Allowance in lieu of uniform to Group C&D employees of CGHS

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has accepted the demand of All India CGHS Employees Association to pay uniform allowance in cash to the Group C (Erstwhile Group “D”), Para medical Staff & Drivers in various CGHS Units. Image & Text of the order is given below:-

F.No. 35 2/2011-12/MSD/CGHS
Government of India
Office of the Additional Director (MSD)
D17 Area, Udyan Marg, Sec-11
Gole Market, New Delhi-110001
Dated 09.04.2015
Office Memorandum

Sub: Payment of Uniform Allowance in Cash in lieu of uniform to Group C&D employees of CGHS

The undersigned is directed to refer to office memorandum No. 14/8/90-JCA dated 29.06.1990 and 14/8/86-JCA (Vol. III), dated 23.07.1987 regarding supply of uniform to certain identified category of group C&D employees and considering the request of All India CGHS employees Association on the above noted subject, it has been decided to pay Uniform Allowance in cash in lieu of uniform to entitled group C & erstwhile group D employees (now called group C) staff except nursing staff.

2. The scale of payment will be as under.
S.No. Category Amount of Uniform Allowance
1. Group C (Para Medical) Rs. 500/-
2. Erstwhile group D (now group C) including drivers Rs. 2,500/-

3. There will be no change in Payment of Washing Allowance.

4. The Entitled group C and group D (now group C) employee will have to submit undertaking that they would wear complete uniform and penalty by way of withdrawal of uniform allowance would be initiated in case of non compliance in addition to disciplinary action.

5. This issue with the concurrence of integrated finance division, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide their diary no. c-2777 dated 27 3.2015
(Sunil Kumar Gupta)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India


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