Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Minutes of Meeting of SC of National Council (JCM) Staff Side with DoPT on 9.10.2015

Minutes of Meeting of SC of National Council (JCM) Staff Side with DoPT on 9.10.2015

DOPT published today in its official portal regarding the Minutes of Meeting of Standing Committee of National Council (JCM) Staff Side held on Friday, the 9th October, 2015 under the Joint Chairmanship of JS(AV).

G.I., Min. of Per. & Trg., O.M.No.3/1/2015-JCA, dated 18.12.2015

Subject: Minutes of Meeting of Standing Committee of National Council (JCM) Staff Side held on Friday, the 9th October, 2015 under the Joint Chairmanship of JS(AV), DoPT&T – regarding.

The undersigned is directed to forward herewith a copy of the minutes of the Meeting of of Standing Committee of National Council (JCM) Staff Side held on Friday, the 9th October, 2015 at 15.00 hours in Room No. 190, Conference Room, North Block, New Dlehi under the Joint Chairmanship of Joint Secretary(AV) for information and necessary action.

Action taken report on the items pertaining to them may also be furnished to this Department at the earliest.
Authority: www.persmin.gov.in

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Ratio of minimum and maximum pay in 7th Pay Commission

Ratio of minimum and maximum pay in 7th Pay Commission

The pay scale of officers of Secretary level has been recommended Rs 2,25,000/- and minimum pay has been recommended Rs18,000/-. The 7th CPC ratio is 1:12.5

The ratio of minimum and maximum pay (Secretary level, not Cabinet Secretary) was 1:10.66 in 4th CPC. Further it was 1:10.19 in 5th CPC and 1:11.42 in 6th CPC. 7th CPC has extended it to 1:12.5 whereas it had been recommended in previous Pay Commissions the ratio of minimum and maximum pay should not exceed 1:8. The pay scale of officers of Secretary level has been recommended Rs 2,25,000/- and minimum pay has been recommended Rs18,000/-.

Ratio of maximum salary drawn by the Secretary to Government of India to minimum salary drawn by the lowest functionary in the government. The  below table brings out the trend in pay structure in the government of India over the years:

Action programme of NJCA on 26 Point Charter of Demands submitted by NJCA

Action programme of NJCA on 26 Point Charter of Demands submitted by NJCA

NJCA
NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
No.NJCA/2015
Dated: December 21, 2015
All the Constituent Organizations & NJCA Members,

Dear Comrades,
I am confident, by this time you must have studied the 26-point Charter of Demands, submitted by the NJCA to the Cabinet Secretary on 10th December, 2015, circulated vide NJCA’s Circular No.NJCA/2015/7th CPC dated 11th December, 2015.

As per decision of the NJCA, the following programmes have to be successfully observed by all your affiliates all over the country.

(i) 30.12.2015 Holding demonstrations and hand over copy of the NJCA’s letter dated 10.12.2015 to the Head of the Office for onward transmission to the Cabinet Secretary, demanding for immediate settlement of the issues.

(ii) 19-21.01.2016 3-day dharna in all the State capitals and industrial centers/ establishments for educating and mobilizing the employees.

In view of the NJCA’s decision for an “Indefinite Strike”, on the above cited 26-point Charter of Demands, commencing in the 1st week of March, it will be essential that, AIRF, NFIR, AIDEF, INDWF and Confederation of the Central Government employees should conduct strike ballot. It will be quite appropriate that strike ballot is taken by the 2nd week of February, 2016.

The NJCA will meet and decide about the date of issue of the Strike Notice and also about the date of commencement of the Indefinite Strike. In the meantime, all out efforts may be made to build up pressure on the government, so that a negotiated settlement can be reached on our demands.

I shall keep you informed about the further developments.

With fraternal greetings & best wishes for a Happy & Prosperous New Year!
Comradely Yours,
sd/-
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Authority: NC JCM Staff Side

Eligibility criteria of a school for Reimbursement of Children Education Allowance – Clarification issued by CGDA

Eligibility criteria of a school for Reimbursement of Children Education Allowance – Clarification issued by CGDA

Office Of The Controller General Of Defence Accounts
Ulan Satar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt – 110010
No. AT/IV/4909/Vol VII
Dt:-18.12.2015
To,
All PCsDA/CsDA
PCoA (FyS) Kolkata

SUB: Clarification on Reimbursement of Children Education Allowance
REF: This HQrs letter No. AT/IV/4909/Vol V dated 22nd May 2014

The matter regarding admissibility of CEA in r/o of the children studying in Pre-primary schools run by Army welfare Education Society (AWES) was referred to MoD by Hqrs office.

2. MoD D (Pay/Services) has stated that criteria of eligibility of a school is clearly mentioned in para 3 of DOPT O.M. No. 21011/03/2008-Estt (A) dated 23rd November, 2009 which reads “Recognized school/institution in this regard means Govt. school or any education institution whether in receipt of Govt. aid or nor, recognized by the Central or State Govt. or Union territory administration or by University or a recognized educational authority having jurisdiction over the area where the institution is situate.” The MoD D (Pay/Services) has further stated that it is for the concerned beneficiaries to obtain the necessary details from the school regarding its recognition by the concerned authorities and submit them to the paying authorities alongwith the claim for reimbursement.

3. The subject claim may be regulated accordingly.
This issues with approval of JT.CGDA(AT-I)
sd/-
Sr. Accounts Officer (AT-IV)
Authority : www.cgda.nic.in

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