Sunday, 22 May 2016

7th Pay Commission: Euphoric Modi government to give final nod to Increment notification soon

7th Pay Commission: Euphoric Modi government to give final nod to 'Increment'; notification soon

7thCPC Increment notification

As high voltage State Assembly polls have ended now, Government is all set to implement the recommendations of Seventh Pay Commission.

Reportedly, Modi Government which is euphoric after party's victory in Assam and its good show in Kerala, looks in full mood to handover increased payout to Government staff anytime soon.

It is being believed that as model code of conduct is no longer a barrier in the way of implementing salary increment, Government could issue notification in the first week of June. Sources say that all the formalities regarding the implementation process will be done after a Cabinet meet which will be chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi soon. Read more: 7th Pay Commission: PMO orders early implementation of 'increment', wants 'maximum payout' for staff A website quoting Finance Ministry sources writes, "the BJP led central government is now in a pleasant mood, accordingly it may announce better pay package that recommended by Pay Commission to central government employees". Reportedly, Modi Government will give 25-30 per cent increment to Central Government employees, Sources say that increment will be handed over in July while arrears from January till that date will be paid in August.

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7th Pay Commission: Government doctors threaten to go on strike; want better salary, allowances

7th Pay Commission: Government doctors threaten to go on strike; want better salary, allowances

7th Pay Commission government doctors strike

The Seventh Pay Commission be implemented anytime now but before that everyone wants their demands to be met in regards with the allowances and wages. If reports are to be believed then, the doctors working in government hospitals in Delhi may go on strike if the Modi government does not meet their demands in connection with the seventh pay commission.

Government is deciding our pay scale, and does not even bother to listen to our demands. They do not even give us appropriate representation in the committee. While no doctor likes to go on strike, we will do exactly so if the existing recommendations of the 7th Pay commission are given a go ahead," Dr Pankaj Solanki, President, Federation of resident doctors association (FORDA) was quoted as saying in a ZeeNews report.

The report further adds, "FORDA is a body of 15000 resident doctors in the capital, and have said that government doctors from other organisations and states have shown their inclination towards the strike opposing the recommendations of the seventh pay commission." Doctors have said that either their demands be met by the end of or they will go on an indefinite strike. Earlier, the central government employees had also said that they are planning to strike work on July 11 so that they get higher wages and allowances under the 7th Pay Commission.

The central government employees lead by the National Council (Staff Side) Joint Consultative Machinery have also said that they will not accept unilateral decision on salary hikes under the seventh Pay Commission and would like to have more say in the way their monthly salaries and allowances are shaped up by the Empowered Committee of Secretaries.

Via OneIndia News

Government all set to launch special colour coded Aadhaar card for disabled

Government all set to launch special colour coded Aadhaar card for disabled

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Aadhaar card will be marked by three different colours — red, blue and yellow to indicate the degree of disability.

The government is all set to launch special colour-coded Aadhaar card for disabled for easy linkage to the government’s schemes and services.

The Social Justice and Empowerment Ministry is likely to launch the process for registration of disabled persons on a centralised e-platform to issue Unique Disabled Identity (UDID) cards.

The card will be marked by three different colours — red, blue and yellow to indicate the degree of disability.

First Aadhaar cards are likely to be delivered in August in Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh, which is the chosen district for the pilot project.

According to officials, rough estimates put the number of the disabled persons having disability certificate at not more than one crore. The UDID portal is expected to create real time data for planning and disbursal of benefits to the disabled.

The UDID portal will be launched in the public domain in June for registration at the district level and the first cards are likely to be handed out to eligible persons in mid-August. The cards will be marked by a colour bar at one end.

Red colour will indicate disability of 80% and above, blue for disability between 40% and 80% and yellow for disability below 40%.

It has been designed by National School of Design, Ahmedabad. It will have a hologram meshed in to prevent any attempts at duplication.

All applicants will be certified after due verification by the CMO and only then the UDID will be generated.

Considering that everyone may not have access to the online platform, offline applications will also be accepted. “The database will be unique hence there will be no chance of duplication,” an official explained.

The states that will be covered in the first phase include UP, Haryana, Chandigarh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Telangana, Kerala, Tripura, Jharkhand and Tamil Nadu. The remaining states will be covered by 2018.

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