Thursday, 25 June 2015

7th Pay Commission expected to submit its report to the Centre in September

7th Pay Commission expected to submit its report to the Centre in September
“The 7th Pay Commission’s status quo explanation on its report has created a huge buzz”
According to reliable sources of information, the 7th Pay Commission is expected to submit its final report including the revised pay and pension structure for Central Government employees and pensioners to the Central Government on in the first week of September.

As confirmation of the news, the 7th Pay Commission, on its official website had published an announcement yesterday. It said, “Pay and Pension proposals, expectations in facilities & benefits, and valuable suggestions were received from Central Government employee unions, associations, members of the Defence services and NC JCM Staff Side. All these will be considered. Personal interactions shall not be held anymore. All the demands and suggestions have been examined and the task of preparing the final recommendation report has almost ended. In addition to this, the report containing all the recommendations will be prepared within the stipulated time that was allocated.”

Everybody is pleased with the authorized news that the 7th Pay Commission report, which contains the new pay and perk structure that directly affects more than 40 lakh Central Government employee all over the country, will be ready on time.

There were rumours that the Commission might seek an extension of another six months. Many reasons were given for this claim and most of these were very convincing. It is a welcome move on the part of the 7th Pay Commission to voluntarily come forward and announce their current status.

If everything goes as planned, the 7th Pay Commission recommendations will come into effect from 01.01.2016 onwards.

Meanwhile, there is no doubt in the fact that employees are extremely curious to find out how much their salaries would increase if the new Pay Commission recommendations are implemented.

7CPC Finalization of the report is underway, no further meetings in future

7CPC Finalization of the report is underway, no further meetings in future

7th Pay Commission completes its task in the time frame given to it. The work of compilation and finalization of the report is underway.

The 7th Central Pay Commission has published the below message on its official portal today for all stake holders. It ensured that the pay commission report will be completed within the time frame and submit to the government very soon.

    “Further to the memoranda received from a variety of Organisations, Federations, Groups representing civil employees in the Government of India as also from the Defence Services, the Commission has had fruitful and wide ranging discussions on relevant issues with all stakeholders. Such interactions have now been concluded. Valuable inputs have been received and the work of compilation and finalization of the report is underway, so that the Commission completes its task in the time frame given to it. Accordingly, any future requests for meeting with the Commission will not be entertained”.

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

Annual Transfer of teaching/non-teaching employee is in process as per Transfer Guidelines: KVS

Annual Transfer of teaching/non-teaching employee is in process as per Transfer Guidelines: KVS
 
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN
18, Institutional Area Shaheed Singh Marg,
NEW DELHI-11001
Tele: 26858570 Fax: 011-26514179
Website: www.kvsangathan.nic.in
F.No. 11029/2/2014-KVSHQ (Estt-II)/Misc
Dated: 18.06.2015

Notice
E-II/III Section
 
It is to bring to the notice of all employees concerned that Annual Transfer of teaching/non-teaching employee is in process as per Transfer Guidelines. Grievance related to transfer (below Vice-Principal and section Officer) for modification, cancellation etc. are to be sent through controlling officer through E-mail address. i.e. kvstransfer@gmail.com.

Accordingly, employees concerned are advised to send their grievances through controlling officer i.e. KV/ RO/ ZIET via E-mail only. Grievances received other than E-mail from KV/ RO/ ZIET will not be entertained.

The following instructions are placed hereunder for perusal by D.Cs KVS, RO. Concerned.

1. All grievances/ representations are to be sent after scanning through their respective controlling officers of RO/ ZIET/ KV within 07 days from the date of issue of Transfer Orders through E-mail address only i.e. kvstransfer@gmail.com

2. The controlling officers must ensure before sending the grievances/representations that content given therein is correct, genuine and not contrary to the KVS Transfer Guidelines. Efforts should be made to redress the grievance/ representation by the controlling officer then and there, if possible to avoid unwanted correspondence

3. After compliance as above, at Serial No. 2, the representations/grievances are to be sent to KVS HQ through RO/ ZIET/KV via E-mail and facts must be verified on the face of the representation.

4. The employees visiting to KVS (HQ) will be allowed only with prior permission of his/her controlling officer. He/ She should bring the copy of representation sent through E-mail to the KVS (HQ)

5. The visit of the employee concerned without permission will not be entertained by KVS (HQ).

6. Application forwarded directly to KVS (HQ)/ advance copies other than the KVS employee will not be entertained except in exceptional cases.

All the DCs KVS, RO/Directions, ZIET, KVS are advised to bring this notice to their staff members and to all the KV concerned running under their jurisdiction with the instructions to the Principal of the KV concerned to bring this notice to all staff members of KV under limitation to this office.

(JAHAN SINGH)
ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER (ESTT. II/III)

Source-http://kvsangathan.nic.in/GeneralDocuments/ANN-19-06-15.pdf

Grant of special casual Leave to differently abled Railway employees

Grant of special casual Leave to differently abled Railway employees

No.E(G)2015 LE 1-15
The General Manager (P),
All Indian Railways including
Production Units etc.

Sub: Grant of special casual Leave to differently abled Railway employees.

In continuation of Board’s letter No. E(G)2007/LE 1-1 dated 22/1/2008 circulating a copy of Dop&T’s OM No. 28016/02/2008-Estt(A) dated 14/11/2007, copy of DoP&T’s OM of the same number dated 20/3/2008 on the above subject is circulated for information and guidance. These instructions shall apply mutatis mutandis on the Railways also.
(D.Joseph)
Dy. Director/Estt. (Genl.)
Source: www.nfirindia.org

Parliament committee should pay attention to canteen subsidies: Naidu

Parliament committee should pay attention to canteen subsidies: Naidu

Parliament canteen rate list
Parliament canteen rate list

New Delhi: Amid a debate over the whopping subsidy given to Parliament canteens serving MPs, government today said parliamentary committees involved with the issue should pay attention to the matter even as it insisted that it alone was not responsible for a decision.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said a debate is “good” and some constructive solution will come out of it.

“A debate is always good. Let there be a debate. Some constructive solution will come out of it. As a minister, I do not take decision on this alone. Parliament has a different system. Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha have their house committees and their members should pay attention to the matter,” he told reporters.

Parrying queries over whether his government would discontinue with the subsidy, he said it has been going on for long and was not something decided by the BJP government.

Congress, meanwhile, backed a re-look at the huge subsidy being given to the canteens, saying a “course correction” is needed on the matter.

Its spokesperson Tom Vadakkan said, “If you look at on the scale of subsidy being provided, I think there needs to be some course correction.”

He, however, noted that subsidised canteens function in different ministries.

A RTI reply had revealed that Parliament canteens got a total subsidy of Rs 60.7 crore during last five years with meals like ‘puri sabji’ being sold at 88 per cent subsidised rates.

The item list received under the Right to Information Act reveals that Parliamentarians, earning over Rs 1.4 lakh with perks, are relishing items like ‘fish fried with chips’ at Rs 25, mutton cutlet at Rs 18, boiled vegetables at Rs 5, mutton curry with bone at Rs 20 and masala dosa at Rs 6 with rates subsidised by 63 per cent, 65 per cent, 83 per cent, 67 per cent and 75 per cent respectively.

PTI

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