Monday, 4 May 2015

7CPC(Seventh Pay Commission): Infact Central Employees will richer or….

7CPC(Seventh Pay Commission): Infact Central Employees will richer or…. 


New Delhi: Nowadays, the table of expected pay scales in 7th pay commission comparing with the 6th pay commission is sharing in huge on social networking sites.

According to the said table the expected pay of the lowest category of employees (Peon/Khalasi/Mali/Chowkidar) will be enhanced from Rs.7,000 to Rs.21,000 at the time of entry in service.
Similarly the entry pay of clerk will enhance from current Rs.11,360 to Rs.34,080.  The entry pay of the Director level officers in Ministry will enhance from currently Rs.46,100 to 1,38,300.

And what about the Secretaries in Ministry, currently they are getting fixed pay of Rs.80,000, which may be increased to Rs.2,40,000.  Similarly the pay of Cabinet Secretaries will be enhanced from Rs. 90,000 to 2,70,000.

However, while an officer of finance ministry was asked upon this, then he stood this misleading. According to him the seventh pay commission was constituted on 28th February, 2014 and the commission has the 18 months time to give its report.  Presently commission is on work.  No any interim report has been given by the commission like this.

The coming time will tell us that whether it is right or only speculations.  And it is also to see that employees will richer or ……

Source: http://karnmk.blogspot.in

INDEFINITE STRIKE OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES FROM MAY 6TH…

INDEFINITE STRIKE OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES FROM MAY 6TH…

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES & WORKERS
1st Floor, North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi – 110001
Website: www.confederationhq.blogspot.com
Email: confederationhq@gmail.com
President
K. K. N. Kutty
09811048303
Secretary General
M. Krishnan
09447068125
Dated: 28/04/2015
To
1. All National Secretariat Members.
2. All Affiliated organisations.
3. All General Secretaries C-O-Cs.

Dear Comrades,
As you are aware, more than five lakhs Postal and RMS employees including Gramin Dak Sevaks and Casual, Part-time, Contingent employees, under the banner of Postal Joint Council of Action (PJCA) comprising National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE), Federation of National Postal Organisations (FNPO), All India Postal Employees Union GDS (NFPE) and National Union of GDS have decided to go on nationwide indefinite strike from 6th May 2015. Main demands are (1) No Corporatisation or privatisation of Postal Services, (2) Inclusion of GraminDak Sevaks under 7th CPC and grant of Civil Servants status with all benefits. (3) Implementation of Cadre-Restructuring agreement and (4) Settlement of other cadre-related issues.

Confederation National Secretariat meeting held on 28-04-2015 at New Delhi, has decided to extend full support and solidarity to the Postal strike. Accordingly the following decision was taken:

ALL CENTRAL GOVT.EMPLOYEES BELONGING TO ALL AFFILIATED FEDERATIONS/UNIONS/ASSOCIATIONS OF CONFEDERATION SHALL CONDUCT HALF-A-DAY’S WALK-OUT PROGRAMME AND SHALL ORGANISE MASS DHARNA AND DEMONSTRATIONS IN FRONT OF SELECTED POST OFFICES/RMS OFFICES THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY ON 7TH MAY 2015 THURSDAY ie; THE SECOND DAY OF THE STRIKE. If the strike is prolonged due to the negative attitude of the Government, the Confederation shall decide and declare further course of action.

All affiliated organisations and C-O-Cs are requested to take necessary action to implement the above programme successfully at all centres.

Fraternally Yours,
M. Krishnan,
Secretary General,
Confederation.

Source-http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/

REVISION OF DA CALCULATION FORMAT – INSTANT OF JUNE AND DEC, WE PROPOSED APRIL AND OCTOBER

REVISION OF DA CALCULATION FORMAT – INSTANT OF JUNE AND DEC, WE PROPOSED APRIL AND OCTOBER

It is a well-known fact that every six months, the Central Government increases the Dearness allowance for its employees during the months of January and July. The increased amount is calculated on the price index (CPI IW BY 2001=100) of essential commodities. Rise in the Dearness allowance is being calculated on the basis of the changes in the prices of the essential commodities during the periods between January and June and the period between July and December.

But, it takes around three months since the release of the price index for the months of June and December to arrive at the calculation for the increase in the Dearness allowance. With the result that the increase due from the month of July is being given only from the month of October and the amount due from January is being given only from the month of April.

And, because of this situation, the amount due for the left-behind period of two months is to be settled as arrears. Practical problems arise in the calculation of the arrears amount and also problem arises in clarifying the doubts of the beneficiaries. Pensioners especially, are more tensed up over this procedure.

To avoid this situation, the price index during the periods from November to April and from May to October can be taken into account and the increase in the Dearness allowance calculated based on the information relevant to these periods. The amount can be disbursed from the months of January and July as per this calculation so that there’s no due as arrears.

We imaginatively tested this method to find out the result. It was found out that there was no tangible change in the increase amount if calculated on the basis of the price index obtained during the months of April and October.
DA TABLE REVISED FORMAT
Source: http://centralgovernmentemployeesnews.in

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