Monday, 14 September 2015

7th Central Pay Commission – Regularisation of Retirement Age?

7th Central Pay Commission – Regularisation of Retirement Age?

As the recommendation and implementation of the 7th Central Pay Commission is eagerly awaited by the central government employees, some points in the recommendations are slightly leaking in..It may not be authentically correct.

According to information from various sources, the Pay Commission may fix the minimum basic pay at Rs. 15000/- and it is assumed that a huge increase in the salaries of the employees cannot be expected. The term of the commission was extended for four months and they are in full swing giving final touches to the report to be submitted to the central government by the end of December 2015.

One more recommendation which is said to be an important one, is the regularisation of retirement age for the Central Government Employees. The Commission may recommend that an employee should retire after completing 33 years of service or at the age of 60 whichever comes first. For instance, if an employee joins a central government establishment at the age of 23, his retirement age will be 56. If this recommendation is true, it will definitely create panic among the employees and it will not be a wise decision by the pay commission. All Federations and Associations will strongly oppose these type of recommendations…

The 6th CPC had brought various changes in the Pay Structures and introduced Grade Pay. There was a moderate increase in the Basic Pay, House Rent Allowance and re-imbursement of tuition fees was also introduced. The minimum basic pay was Rs.5200+Grade Pay 1800=Rs. 7000/- while it was Rs. 2650/- in the 5th CPC.

Further, it is also said that, the 7th CPC may abolish the 6th CPC’s Pay Scales and may bring back the old pay scales. The overall increase in the Pay Scale will be around 15% to 20%…

Let us wait and see for the ultimate results…!

Source: http://www.govtstaffnewsportal.in/

Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013, Submission of declaration of assets and liabilities by public servants belonging to CSSS & CSCS- reg.

Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013, Submission of declaration of assets and liabilities by public servants belonging to CSSS & CSCS- reg.
Immediate
No.25/1/2014-CS-II(A)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan
Khan Market, New Delhi-110003
Dated 11th September, 2015
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013- Submission of declaration of assets and liabilities by public servants belonging to CSSS & CSCS -regarding.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s OM of even number dated 15.04.2015 regarding declaration of assets and liabilities by CSSS & CSCS officials under the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 and to say that, vide Notification No. 407/12/2014-AVD-IV(B) dated 27.04.2015 and also OM NoA07/12/2014-AVD-IV(B) dated 25.04.2015 of this Department , the last date for filling of returns by public servants, as on 01.08.2014 and as on 31.03.2015, has been extended to ,15th October, 2015.

2. All CSSS/CSCS officials are requested to file the returns as on 01.08.2014 and for the year 2015 (as on 31.03.2015) online at cscms.nic.in at the earliest without waiting for the last date to approach to avoid rush and slowing down of the system at the last moment. All officers of PPS and above levels of CSSS should also take a print out of the return filed online and submit the same to this Department duly signed.

3. Ministries/Departments are requested that the contents of this OM be widely circulated among all CSSS/CSCS officials working under their control. They should also monitor and ensure that the returns are submitted by all officials within the stipulated period without fail through Web Based Cadre Management System.

4. In case of any difficulty, nodal officers may contact CMC officials who have developed Web Based Cadre Management System at Telephone No. 011-24629890.
(Kameshwar Mishra)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India
Telefax: 24623157
Source: ccis.nic.in

Minimum Salary 25,000, Fitment Formula 3.5 & Wage Hike 60% should be in 7th CPC: Jaago Employee Jaago by Karnataka COC

Minimum Salary 25,000, Fitment Formula 3.5 & Wage Hike 60% should be in 7th CPC: Jaago Employee Jaago by Karnataka COC
Minimum Wages Fitment Formula and Wage Hike. 
Comrades,
           There are number of unwanted articles on minimum wage, fitment formula and wage hike on many websites which are not true and create confusion among the Central Government Employees. This type of the articles also give wrong impressions and give wrong signals to the Government, these articles are written without having basic knowledge of the price rise and minimum wage calculation.

The minimum wage calculation is given below.  Hence it is requested to go through the below calculation of minimum wages, as the 7th CPC has indicated the use of using Dr. Aykroyd formula and 15th ILO norms for calculation of minimum wages. The rates are taken from Government shops (retail prices are 10% more than Government prices). The rates to be taken up by the 7th CPC may vary only marginally.
We should actually wait for the 7th CPC to give its report and then we should react and staff side JCM shall take necessary steps in this regard. Let us stop all such unwanted gossips of minimum wage, fitment formula and wage hike. The model minimum wage calculated using Dr. Aykroyd formula and 15th ILO norms as on 1st July 2015 is given below.
Item Per Month
3 units

in Kgs/ mt
Average
Rate
Amount
Rice  (fine) & Wheat atta 42.75401710
Dal  7.21401008
Raw Vegetables 941369
Green Vegetables 11.2545507
Other Vegetables 6.7555372
Fruits 10.875810
Milk Dairy 1833594
Sugar539.5198
Edible Oil 3.6114410
Fish 2.54101025
Meat Mutton54502250
Egg905450
Detergents* 1161.58162
Clothes5.52501375
Total11241
Miscellaneous @ 20%2248.2
Total13489
Additional @ 25%3372.3
Total 16861.5
Add 10% housing 1686
Minimum pay for unskilled worker in the erstwhile Group “D”18547.5
Add 25% for Group "C" ( as proposed by 6th CPC )4636.875
Total23184.375
Add 6% more prices from 1st July  2015 to 1st Jan 20161391.04
Total amountRs 24575/-
Minimum pay for skilled worker in Group "C"Say  Rs 25,000/-

Fitment formula = Rs 25000/7000 = 3.5
The main goal is to educate the Central Government Employees and prepare for the struggle path in case the  important demands expected of the 7th CPC are not met.

A) Minimum wage of Rs 25,000/- as per Government prices. 
B) Fitment formula of 3.5
C) Wage hike of more than 60%.
D) Proper pay scales with proper increment rate.
E)  Proper promotion policy and proper allowances.
F) Wage revision from 1/1/2014.
DA as likely on 1st Jan 2016 is likely at 125%.
After 7th CPC implementation it will DA will be zero %
Existing Basic Minimum wage is Rs 7000/- as on 1/1/06
Add 125% DA as on 1/1/2016 =Rs 8750/-
Total existing Minimum Wage as on 1/1/2016 is Rs 15750/-
If the Minimum wage is fixed at Rs 25,000/-
Net Increase shall be Rs 9250/-
Net Increase should be 60%.
Comradely yours
(P.S.Prasad)
General Secretary
Source: http://karnatakacoc.blogspot.in/

NC JCM Staff Side demands One Rank One Pension from 7th Pay Commission

NC JCM Staff Side demands One Rank One Pension from 7th Pay Commission

Parity between Past and Future Pensioners : Com. Shiva Gopal Mishra secy. staff side/NCJCM has written a DO letter to chairman 7th Pay commission for pension Parity between past and future pensioners.

Shiva Gopal Mishra
Secretary

Ph: 23382286
National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi – 110001
E-Mail: nc.jcm.ni@gmail.com

Dated 11.09.2015
Justice Shri Ashok Kumar Mathur,
Chairman,
Seventh Central Pay Commission,
New Delhi.

Dear Sir,

Sub: Parity between Past and Future Pensioners
While urging for parity in Pension; for past and future pensioners before the Seventh Central Pay Commission, Staff Side, National Council/JCM vide Chapter-IV, Para 4.1 submitted as follow:-

“The Government have recently announced that “One Pension’ shall be implemented in respect of Armed Forces so that the glaring disparity between the persons of equivalent rank and status do not draw vastly unequal pensions if they retire at different point of time is undone. Already there is a complete parity in pension among the Judges of Supreme Court, High Court and the Comptroller and Auditor General of India, irrespective of the date of their retirement”. Now the Government of India has accepted the demand for ‘One Rank One Pension’ in respect of Armed forces.

The detailed justification for the same has already been submitted in our aforesaid Memorandum, as well as during our Oral Evidence before the Central Pay Commission.

The Civilian employees of Central Government have been waiting anxiously for implementation of the same equally for them and hope that the Seventh Central Pay Commission would administer Justice by recommending “One Rank One Pension’ to all other past and future pensioners irrespective of their date of retirement and remove the injustice done to them so long.


Yours faithfully,
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Source: NCJCM Staff Side

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