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7th Pay Commission: E-CoS may take 2-3 Weeks to Screen the Allowance Committee Report on 7th CPC


7th Pay Commission: E-CoS may take 2-3 Weeks to Screen the Allowance Committee Report on 7th CPC
Allowance Committee Report on 7th CPC


An employee union leader said the Empowered Committee of Secretaries (E-CoS) may take 2-3 weeks to screen the allowance committee report on 7th pay commission recommendations. The Empowered Committee of Secretaries will then firm up the proposal for approval of the Cabinet.

The employee union leader earlier this week met top government officials where he was told about the tentative time to be taken by the Empowered Committee of Secretaries on screening the allowance committee report on 7th pay commission recommendations. The Ashok Lavasa committee on allowances, which examined the 7th pay commission's recommendations on allowances, submitted its report to the finance minister on April 27.

The allowance committee has suggested some modifications in some allowances that are applicable universally to all employees as well as certain other allowances which apply to specific employee categories, the finance ministry said in a statement.

The allowance committee report is being currently examined by the Department of Expenditure. Once that is done, it will be placed before the Empowered Committee of Secretaries (E-CoS) set up to screen the 7th pay commission recommendations and to firm up the proposal for approval of the Cabinet. The employee union official said that the allowance report will be soon taken up by the Empowered Committee of Secretaries.

The 7th pay commission had recommended that house rent allowance or HRA be paid at the rate of 24%, 16% and 8% of the new basic pay, depending on the type of city.

The 7th pay commission had also recommended that the rate of HRA be revised to 27% 18% and 9% when DA crosses 50%, and further revised to 30 per cent, 20% and 10% when DA crosses 100 per cent. With regard to allowances, employee unions have demanded HRA at the rate of 3%, 20% and 10%.

The 7th pay commission had recommended that of a total of 196 allowances, 52 be abolished altogether and 36 be abolished as separate identities by subsuming them in another allowance.

The Cabinet on Wednesday approved modification in recommendations of the 7th pay commission relating to the method of revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners and family pensioners based on recommendations of a high-level panel. It is said that the decision will benefit over 55 lakh pre-2016 civil and defence pensioners and family pensioners.

Source: NDTV

CGHS facilities to the Defence Industrial Employees in Mumbai


CGHS facilities to the Defence Industrial Employees in Mumbai

S.11030/25/2009-CGHS(P)/EHS
Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
EH5 Section
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 21st April, 2017
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Extension of medical facilities to Defence Industrial Employees in Mumbai- reg

The undersigned is directed to say that the matter regarding extension of CGHS facilities to the Defence Industrial Employees of Naval Dockyard, Mumbai, Central Ordinance Depot, Mumbai and AFMSD, Mumbai at par with the Defence Industrial employees who are availing CGHS facilities in stations other than Mumbai, was under examination in this Ministry,

2. The matter has beep examined in this Ministry in consultation with Ministry of Defence and it has been decided to extend CGHS benefits to Defence Industrial Employees of Naval Dockyard, Central Ordinance Depot and AFMSD in Mumbai

3. This issues with the approval of the Competent Authority,

(Sunil Kumar)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Order Copy

Introduction of Annual Medical Examination for CHS and Dental doctors of the age of 40 years and above on the lines of Annual Medical Examination for other Group 'A' officers of Central Civil services


Introduction of Annual Medical Examination for CHS and Dental doctors of the age of 40 years and above on the lines of Annual Medical Examination for other Group 'A' officers of Central Civil services

No. A28012/08/2017-APAR
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
(CHS- Division)
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi-1100011
Dated the 27th April, 2017
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Introduction of Annual Medical Examination for CHS and Dental doctors of the age of 40 years and above on the lines of Annual Medical Examination for other Group 'A' officers of Central Civil services.


The undersigned is directed to draw attention to the Office Memorandum No 21011/ 1/ 2009-Estt. (A) part dated 13t February 2012 issued by Department of Personnel and Training read with Office Memoranda of even No dated 2oth March 2013 and 15th January 2015 vide which Annual Medical Examination has been introduced for Group 'A' officers of Central Civil services of age 40 years and above. The scheme of Annual Medical Examination has been considered by this Ministry in respect of CHS and Dental doctors and it has been decided to introduce the said scheme for CHS and Dental doctors of the age of 40 years and above on the lines prescribed by DoPT in OMs referred above (copy enclosed).


2. The Annual Medical Examination may be conducted in the hospitals empanelled by the Ministry from time to time at the rates of Rs. 2000/- for male officers and Rs. 2200 / - for female officers who visit the hospital / institute with the requisite permission letter from their Competent Authority. The expenditure incurred for this purpose shall be reimbursed by the concerned organization as per the prescribed rate or actual whichever is lower.

3. The list of medical tests for the above purpose is as per Annexure-I. The proforma for Health Check up for CHS and Dental doctors is annexed as Annexure II. The Summary of the Medical Report is to be prepared separately by the Medical Authority in the prescribed format i.e. Annexure III. The summary of Medical Report is to be enclosed by the officer concerned in his APAR.

4. In non CGHS areas, the number of hospitals empanelled under CS (MA) Rules being relatively lower, different offices may identify one or more hospitals locally and refer the officers to such hospitals for medical examination as per the prescribed schedule and rates. State Government hospitals and semi-Govt. / Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) hospitals may also be contacted for the purpose.
(Lalit Kumar)
Under Secretary to Government of India

Source: mohfw

7th CPC recommendations: Setting up of Anomaly Committee to settle the Anomalies- CCGGOO writes to DoPT

7th CPC recommendations: Setting up of Anomaly Committee to settle the Anomalies- CCGGOO writes to DoPT

Allowance Committee Report on 7th CPC
CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT GAZETTED OFFICERS' ORGANISATIONS
Add: Old no.4 new no.7 first Street V.V.Colony, Adambakkam, Chennai 600088.
Confederation/Corres/2017-18/4

Dated: 18.04.2017
To
The Secretary,
Department of Personnel and Training,
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions,
North Block, New Delhi.110001.

Sir,
Sub: Setting up of Anomaly Committee to settle the Anomalies arising out of the implementation of 7th CPC recommendations.
Ref: (1) O.M.No.11/2/2016 JCA dt.16.8.2016.

(2) Confdn/Corres/2016-17/6 dated 19.08.2016 addressed to the Secretary DoPT
The Confederation of Central Government Gazetted Officers' Organization is an apex level organization, embracing in its fold a number of Gazetted Officers' Organizations recognized by their respective Central Government departments such as Railway Promotee Officers, Income Tax Gazetted Officers, All India Audit and Accounts Officers, Pay and Accounts Officers(Civil), Postal & Telecom Financial Accounts Officers, Zoological Survey, Botanical Survey, Customs Preventive Officers, Indian Ordinance Factories Gazetted Officers, DRDO Technical Officers, DGQA Engineers, CPWD Engineers, All India Radio Engineers, Postal Officers, Marine Product Export Development Authority Promotee Officers, Statistical Gazetted Officers, Navy Civilian Officers, Defence Accounts Officers, Group B Gazetted Survey Officers etc.

Kindly refer to our letter dated 19.08.2016 wherein this Confederation expressed its anguish that the anomaly committee to rectify the anomalies arising out of the Seventh Central Pay Commission would deal only with those represented by the staff Side JCM organisations and about the absence of apex level mechanism to rectify the anomalies arising out of the 7th Central Pay Commission common to the Gazetted Officers and the promotee Cadre.

It is humbly submitted that this Confederation also needs to be conferred the right to represent about the anomalies arising out of the 7th Central Pay Commission before the committee or any other forum nominated for this purpose.

The Confederation of Central Government Gazetted Officers Organisations' has been representing the grievances of Gazetted officers of Central Government and has submitted a memorandum of common demands pertaining to Gazetted officers and has offered oral evidence before the seventh pay commission. This being the case, the anomalies arising out of the 7th Central Pay Commission affecting the Gazetted Cadres working in the Central Government needs to be heard and rectified by the specific forum appointed for this specific purpose and denial thereof denies Justice to a large number of Gazetted Officers of the Central Government.

In this backdrop, I am directed to request you Sir, that the anomalies arising out of the Seventh Central Pay Commission affecting the Gazetted and Promotee Officers common to two or more departments be heard by this committee or any other separate committee exclusively for this purpose. It is a matter of regret that our repeated representations remain unresponded. More than lakh Gazetted officers are seeking to represent their Grievances on anomalies through this Confederation before the Government.

Therefore, I request your good self to intervene in this matter and provide a favorable climate to the Gazetted and Promotee Officers of the Central Government. Further, we shall be thankful to you Sir, if you could give us an opportunity to explain our position in respect of anomalies arising out of 7th Central Pay Commission affecting the Gazetted officers and promotee Officers.
Yours Faithfully,
sd/-
(S.Mohan)
Secretary General
Source: CCGGOO pdf

Level of Ranks in the Pay Matrix for Army PBORs


Level of Ranks in the Pay Matrix for Army PBORs

Level of Ranks

Sl.
No.
Rank
Level in Pay Matrix
(a)
Sepoy
3
(b)
Naik
4
(c)
Havildar
5
(d)
NaibSubedar
6
(e)
Subedar
7
(f)
Subedar Major
8
(g)
Honorary Lieutenant
10
(h)
Honorary Captain
10B

Level of Rank in the pay matrix for Air Force PBORs


Level of Rank in the pay matrix for Air Force PBORs

Level of Ranks

Sl.No.
Rank
Level in Pay Matrix
(a)
Aircraftsman/ Leading Aircraftsman
3
(b)
Corporal
4
(c)
Sergeant
5
(d)
Junior Warrant Officer
6
(e)
Warrant Officer
7
(f)
Master Warrant Officer
8
(g)
Honorary Flying Officer
10
(h)
Honorary Flight Lieutenant
10B

Level of Ranks in the pay matrix for Navy PBORs


Level of Ranks in the pay matrix for Navy PBORs

Level of Ranks
Sl.
No.
Rank
Level in Pay Matrix
(a)
Seaman I/II
3
(b)
Leading Seaman
4
(c)
Petty Officer
5
(d)
Mechanicians and Artificers
5A
(e)
Chief Petty Officer
6
(f)
Master Chief Petty Officer II
7
(g)
Master Chief Petty Officer I
8
(h)
Honorary Second Lieutenant
10
(i)
Honorary Lieutenant
10B

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