Monday, 25 April 2016

Contact details of all CPCC Bank Branches – LIST OF CPPCs

Central Pension Accounting Office(CPAO) published a detailed list of CPCC Bank Branches and their address, email and phone numbers. We reproduced and given below for your information…

LIST OF CPPCs

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No.
Name of the CPPCs CPPCs Address E-mail Address  Contact Numbers
1 SBI, Gujarat State Bank of India (CPPC)
th floor, Gandhinagar Zonal office
Opp. New Sachivalaya,Sector 10-B
Gandhinagar (Gujarat) – 382010
cmcppc.zoahm [@] sbi.co.in PH: 079-23245511-15
2 SBI, Karnataka State Bank of India (CPPC)
12/13, Lakshmayya Layout
Ganganagar (North)
Banglore (Karnataka) – 560024
cppc.bangalore [@] sbi.co.in PH: 080-25943661/62
3 SBI, M.P. State Bank of India (CPPC)
SBI Govindpura Branch Premises,
Govindpura, BHEL,
Bhopal (M.P.) – 462011
sbi.04467 [@] sbi.co.in PH: 0755-4206745/2600836
4 SBI, Odissa State Bank of India (CPPC)
161/162, CSD Building,
Bomikhal,Puri- Cuttack Road,
Bhubaneswar (Odissa) – 751006
cmcppc.zobhu [@] sbi.co.in PH: 0674-2572950/ 2572170
5 SBI, Haryana State Bank of India (CPPC)
Administrative Office Building,
nd floor, Plot No.-I/2, Sector- 5,
Panchkula (Haryana) – 134109
sbi.04469 [@] sbi.co.in PH: 0172-4569231/ 2570755
6 SBI, Chennai State Bank of India (CPPC)
112/4, KalimmanKoli Street,
Virugambakkam, Chennai -600092
cppc.zoche [@] sbi.co.in PH: 044-23772754/55
7 SBI, Delhi State Bank of India (CPPC)
SBI ChandniChowk Branch Premises,
nd floor, ChandniChowk,
Delhi – 110006
sbi.04475 [@] sbi.co.in PH: 011- 23888324,
23888301(AGM)
23888327, 23888309/302
8 SBI, Assam State Bank of India (CPPC)
th floor, Sethi Trust Building,
G.S. Road, Bhangagarh,
Guwahati (Assam) – 781005
cppc.zoguw [@] sbi.co.in PH: 0361-2463104
9 SBI, Andhra Pradesh State Bank of India (CPPC)
1/7/387, GNR Heights, 1 st floor,
Murshidabad Main Road,
Opp. Guru Nanak Care Hospital,
Hyderabad
(Andhra Pradesh) – 500020
sbi.04472 [@] sbi.co.in PH: 040-27670149
10 SBI, West Bengal State Bank of India (CPPC)
th Floor, Block-c, Samridhi Bhavan-1,
Strand Road,
Kolkata
(West Bengal) – 700006
sbi.04473 [@] sbi.co.in PH: 033-22570827
11 SBI, Uttar Pradesh State Bank of India (CPPC)
Sector – 1 Jankipuram,
Lucknow (U.P.) – 226021
cppc.04474 [@] sbi.co.in PH: 0522-6542211
12 SBI, Mumbai State Bank of India (CPPC)
th floor Premises No. T-651 & T-751, I.T.C.
Belapur, CBD Belapur Railway Station
Complex, Navi Mumbai– 400614
cppc.mumbai [@] sbi.co.in PH: 022-27574786/ 27565475
13 SBI, Bihar State Bank of India (CPPC)
th floor, Administrative Building,
Judges Court Road,
Patna (Bihar) – 800001
sbi.04476 [@] sbi.co.in PH: 0612-2677570/ 6451436
14 SBI, Kerala State Bank of India (CPPC)
GanpathyKovil Road, Vazhuthankadu,
Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) – 695014
cppc.zotri [@] sbi.co.in PH: 0471-2326986/87
15 Allahabad Bank
Uttar Pradesh
Allahabad Bank
CPPC, 3 rd floor, Zonal Office,
New Building, Hazaratganj,
Lucknow (U.P.)- 226001
cppc [@] allahabadbank.in PH: 0522-2286489
16 Andhra Bank,
Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Bank (CPPC)
Head Office, Andhra Bank Building,
th floor, Koti, Sultan Bazar,
Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) – 500195
abcppc [@] andhrabank.co.in PH: 040-24757828 / 24757153
17 Bank of Baroda
New Delhi
CPPC, Bank of Baroda
13 th floor, Buliding
16 Parliament Street
New Delhi- 110001
cppc.ho [@] bankofbaroda.co.in
govtbusiness.ho [@] bankofbaroda.com
gb.delhi [@] bankofbaroda.com
Chief Mgr.(Baroda) -0265-2225899
18 BOI,
Maharashtra
Bank of India (CPPC)
Bank of India Building,
87-A, 1 st floor, Gandhibaug,
Nagpur (Maharashtra) – 440002
cppc.nagpur1 [@] bankofindia.co.in
ho.gbd [@] bankofindia.co.in
headoffice.gov [@] bankofindia.co.in
SK Ganju(GM) – 022-66684471
PH: 0712-2764341/ 2764091-95
19 Bank of Maharashtra,
Maharashtra
Bank of Maharashtra (CPPC)
1177, 2 nd Floor, BudhwarPeth,
Janmangal, Bajirao Road,
Pune (Maharashtra) – 411002
bom1407 [@] mahabank.co.in Ms. Kuber (Mgr)- 022-24467937/38
20 Canara Bank
Karnataka
Canara Bank (CPPC)
Chitrapur mutt complex,
15 th cross malleswaram
Bangalore,
(Karnataka) -560001
cppc [@] canarabank.com PH: 080-25596693
21 Central Bank of India,
Maharashtra
Central Bank Of India (CPPC)
nd floor, MMO Building
M.G. Road, Fort,
Mumbai (Maharashtra) – 400001
cmcppc [@] centralbank.co.in
cppc [@] centralbank.co.in
PH: 022-22703216/17
22 Corporation Bank
Karnataka
Corporation Bank (CPPC)
Pandeshwar, Mangladevi Temple Road,
Manglore (Karnataka) – 575001
hogovt [@] corpbank.co.in PH: 0824-2426532 / 2441425
23 Dena Bank
Maharashtra
Dena Bank (CPPC)
Mumbai Main Office,
17, Hornimon Circle,
Mumbai (Maharashtra) – 400023
gbd [@] denabank.co.in
ro.newdelhi [@] denabank.co.in
kapoorramakant [@] gmail.com
joshianandp [@] gmail.com
Mob.- 09594942594
24 IDBI Bank
Maharashtra
IDBI Bank (CPPC)
Government Business Operations,
Corporate Park, Unit No.-2, Behind Swastik
Chambers, SION-Trombay Road,
Chembur, Mumbai (Maharashtra) -400071
pradnya.mandhare [@] idbi.co.in
bp.patil [@] idbi.co.in
v_acharya [@] idbi.co.in
Ms. Pradnya (Mgr) – 022-66908489
PH: 022-66908405
25 Indian Bank Tamilnadu Indian Bank
Centralised Pension Processing Centre,
th Floor, No. 66, RajaJi Salai,
Chennai (Tamilnadu) – 600001
cppc [@] indianbank.co.in Phone : 044- 25231756/25231757
FAX : 044 – 2523 1751
Cell No : 9445030401 / 2
26 Indian Overseas Bank
Tamilnadu
Indian Overseas Bank
Central Pension Processing Centre,
Central Office,763, Anna Salai,
Chennai (Tamilnadu) – 600002
cppc [@] iobnet.co.in PH: 044-28889383/ 28519433
27 Oriental Bank of Commerce,
Haryana
Oriental Bank of Commerce (CPPC)
Corporate Office, Plot No.-5, Institutional
Area, Sector-32,
Gurgaon (Haryana)- 122001
cppc [@] obc.co.in
pnd [@] obc.co.in
PH: 0124-4126379 (AGM)
/4126527(DGM)
28 Punjab & Sind Bank,
New Delhi
Punjab & Sind Bank (CPPC)
H.O. P & D Department,
A-25, 1 st floor, Community Centre,
JwalaHeri, PaschimVihar,
New Delhi – 110063
cppc [@] psb.org.in PH: 011-25271585/ 25281210
29 PNB, New Delhi Punjab National Bank (CPPC)
st floor, Gurudwara Road, Karol Bagh,
New Delhi – 110055
cppcdel [@] pnb.co.in
hogbd [@] pnb.co.in
bo4421 [@] pnb.co.in
Chief Mgr. –
08527707999 / 09910900706
30 State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur,
Rajasthan
State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur
Centralised Pension Processing Centre,
nd floor, S.M.S. Highway,
Jaipur (Rajasthan) –302005
cppcjpr [@] sbbj.co.in
sbbj10016 [@] sbbj.co.in
PH: 0141-2227758/ 5172259
31 State Bank of Hyderabad,
A.P.
State Bank of Hyderabad (CPPC)
st floor, Methodist Complex, Opposite
Chermas, Abids,
Hyderabad (A.P.) – 500001
cppc-hyd [@] sbhyd.co.in PH: 040-23387414/ 23382881-882
32 State Bank of Mysore,
Karnataka
State Bank Of Mysore (CPPC) cppcmangalore [@] sbm.co.in PH: 0824-2496073/75
33 State Bank Of Patiala
Punjab
State Bank Of Patiala
Centralised Pension Processing Cell,
SCO 114, 1 ST Floor Urban Estate, Phase-II,
Patiala (Punjab)-147002
infocppc [@] sbp.co.in PH: 0175-2302817 /
2283322/2280272
34 State Bank Of Travancore,
Kerala
State Bank Of Travancore (CPPC),
Chembikalam Building 3 rd floor,
Vazhuthacaud,
Thiruvananthapuram
(Kerala) – 695014
cppc [@] sbt.co.in PH: 0471-2326525 /
35 Syndicate Bank,
Karnataka
Syndicate Bank (CPPC)
Central Accounts Department
nd Floor, SYNDICATE BANK H.O.-
Manipal, TQ- UDUPI,
(Karnataka) – 574104
syndcppc [@] syndicatebank.co.in PH: 0820-2575402 /
2571196/2574075
36 Union Bank Of India,
Maharashtra
Union Bank Of India (CPPC)
Government Banking Division, PBOD,
12 th floor, Union Bank Bhavan,
239, VidhanBhavanMarg, Nariman
Point,Mumbai (Maharashtra) –400021
nkramachandran [@] unionbankofindia.com
govtbusiness [@] unionbankofindia.com
puneetrai [@] unionbankofindia.com
bansal [@] unionbankofindia.com
PH: 022-
22896677/22896678/ 22020242-43
022-22896600/ 22838824
37 United Bank of India
West Bengal
United Bank Of India
CPPC, 4 th floor, Head Office,
11,HemantaBasuSarani,
Kolkata (West Bengal) -700001
homail [@] unitedbank.co.in
cmcppc [@] unitedbank.co.in
PH: 033-22622549/22621042
38 United Commercial Bank,
Maharashtra
United Commercial Bank (CPPC)
Somalwar Bhavan, 1 st floor,
Mount Road Extension, Sadar,
Nagpur (Maharashtra) – 442001
cppcna [@] ucobank.co.in
cppcna [@] gmail.com
PH: 0712-2559919/60
39 Vijaya Bank,
Karnataka
Vijaya Bank (CPPC)
Merchant Banking Division,
Head office, 41/2, M.G. Road, Trinity
Circle, Banglore (Karnataka) – 560001
mbd.pension [@] vijayabank.co.in
cmmbd [@] vijayabank.co.in
mbddgm [@] vijayabank.co.in
PH: 080-25584644
40 Axis Bank Ltd.
Maharashtra
Axis Bank Ltd. (CPPC)
Centralised Reconciliation & Settlement Cell
th floor, Gigaplex Building No. 1,
Plot No. I.T. 5, Airoli Knowledge Park, Airoli,
NaviMumbai (Maharashtra)- 400708.
cpu.pension [@] axisbank.com
gupta-vikas [@] axisbank.com
DebrajSaha (AVP) – 011-43506532
PH: 022-24253687
41 HDFC Bank Limited,
Haryana
HDFC Bank Limited(CPPC)
th floor, Vatika Atrium, Block-A,
Golf Course Road, Sector-53,
Gurgaon (Haryana)- 122002
suraj.tiwari [@] hdfcbank.co.in PH: 012-44664000/44664503
42 ICICI Bank Ltd.
Maharashtra
ICICI Bank Ltd. (CPPC)
ICICI Bank Tower, 6 th floor, Autumn
Estate, Chandivali, Andheri East,
Mumbai (Maharashtra) – 400072
pawan.mantri [@] icicibank.com
maya.shanbag [@] icicibank.com
vaibhav.sin [@] icicibank.com
Mr. nMantri: 022-61375108
Ms. Maya Shanbag: 022-26537358

Authority: http://cpao.nic.in/

Two Critical Point highlighted to Empowered Committee by Dorai on 7th CPC

Two Critical Point highlighted to Empowered Committee by Dorai on 7th CPC

7th-CPC-DORAI
In addition to the various genuine demands raised by the various Central Government Employees Federations/Associations with the Empowered Committee of Secretaries, I would like them to bring these 2 important crucial issues before the Empowered Committee of Secretaries for implementation:

1. RETENTION OF 3% INCREMENT IN VII CPC RECOMMENDATIONS IN CASE OF PROMOTION LEADS TO LOWER FINANCIAL BENEFITS BY FEW THOUSANDS THAN THE EXISTING BENEFITS UNDER 6TH CPC RECOMMENDATIONS:

The financial benefit would be much lower than what a government servant would be getting under VI CPC recommendation on promotion, because the existing benefit on promotion carry change in grade pay apart from 3% increase in Pay+Grade Pay. The following illustration shall show the huge difference:

Suppose an employee whose Pay is Rs.10400/- and the Grade pay is Rs. 2800/- totalling to Rs.13200(in the Pay band of 5200-20200), gets his next promotion to the Grade Pay of Rs.4200/- he will be entitled to the following hike in total remuneration under the existing VI CPC recommendation as a result of promotion:

Rs.13200 x 3% increment =Rs.400
Difference in Grade Pay from Rs.2800 to Rs.4200= Rs.1400
Total increase of increment in basic pay and Grade Pay= Rs.1800
D.A. at 125% as on 1/1/2016 on Rs.1800 = Rs.2250
HRA at 30%(assuming X city) on Rs.1800 =Rs.540
Total monetary benefit = Rs.4590/-

Whereas the net monetary benefit under VII CPC recommendation, as a result of promotion in the above case will be much lower than the above illustration as shown under:

Equivalent Basic Pay for Rs.13200 come to Rs.33900 as per pay matrix
Rs.33900 x 3% increment =Rs.1017(placed at Rs.35,400 as per pay matrix in the next level)
Total difference Rs.35400 – Rs33900 =1500
D.A. at 0% as on 1/1/2016 on Rs.1500= 0
HRA at 24%(assuming X city) on Rs.1500 =Rs.360

Total monetary benefit = Rs.1860/-only as against the existing Rs.4590/- leading to shortage of Rs. 2730/-
This is a big blunder committed by the VII Pay commission.

Therefore the increment on promotion should be atleast 5 to 6% to bring the benefit of increment on promotion to the existing level.

Whether increase of percentage for annual increment is considered or not, but increment of percentage for promotions definitely need to be implemented to bring the level of monetary benefit to the existing level.

2. NON RECOMMENDATION OF VII CPC REGARDING MERGER OF 50% OF D.A. WITH BASIC PAY WHEN D.A. CROSSES 50% IS A GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT:

The long standing demand of the central government employees for merger of 50% D.A with basic was not implemented by the government on the excuse that the VI CPC had not made such a proposal. Even the VII CPC is totally silent about this aspect. It appears no one has demanded the same before the VII CPC for consideration.

It is quite surprising that such a vital issue of non-recommendation of merger of D.A with basic pay when D.A crosses 50% is not being opposed by any central government associations or pointed out by the media. Had it been recommended by the VII CPC, the government shall definitely implement the same and the benefit of hike in salary as a result of merger of D.A with basic when it cross 50%, would be so vast that no government servant would crave for timely setting up of next VIII Central Pay commission.

M.DORAI 

Rates of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 1.1.2016 to employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised scale as per 5th Central Pay Commission

5th CPC Da order w.e.f 01.01.2016
dearness-allowance-5th-CPC

No. 1(3)/2008-E.II (B)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

North Block, New Delhi Dated the 22nd April, 2016.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Rates of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 1.1.2016 to employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised scale as per 5th Central Pay Commission.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. of even No, dated 1st October, 2015 revising the rates of Dearness Allowance in respect of employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies who continue to draw their pay and allowances in the pre-revised scales of pay as per 5th Central Pay Commission.

2.The rates of Dearness Allowance admissible to the above categories of employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous bodies shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 234% to 245% w.e.f. 1.1.2016. All other conditions as laid down in the O.M. of even number dated 3rd October, 2008 will continue to apply.

3.The contents of this Office Memorandum may also be brought to the notice of the organizations under the administrative control of the Ministries/Departments which have adopted the Central Government scales of pay.
(Nirmala Dev)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India

Government likely to implement 7th Pay Commission award around September-October

Government likely to implement 7th Pay Commission award around September-October

New Delhi: The Central government employees will have to wait till September-October to get higher salaries under the 7th Pay Commission.

As per a Financial Express report, government is expecting that higher salaries released around the festival period starting with Durga Puja and Diwali will boost consumption, which will have a multiplier effect on the economy.

Though the employees will get arrears with retrospective effect from January 1, no retrospective arrears in allowances will be given. With the move, the exchequer would be able to save around Rs 11,000 crore.

The commission had estimated the additional outgo in FY17 due to its award at R73,650 crore.

Source: zeenews.india.com

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