Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Grant of Advances - Seventh Central Pay Commission recommendations - Discontinuance of Natural Calamity Advance


Grant of Advances - Seventh Central Pay Commission recommendations - Discontinuance of Natural Calamity Advance. 

Grant-of-Advances-7thCPC


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
RAILWAY BOARD
No.E(G) 2017 / AD 1-1
RBE No. 52/2017
New Delhi, dated 30.05.2017
The General Managers & FA&CAOs,
All Indian Railways &
Production Units etc.
(as per standard mailing list)

Sub: Grant of Advances - Seventh Central Pay Commission recommendations - Discontinuance of Natural Calamity Advance.

The Seventh Central Pay Commission vide Para 9.1.4 had recommended that all the interest-free advances being granted to the Central Government employees should be abolished. The Government's decision in this regard has been conveyed by the Ministry of Finance vide their OM No.12(1)E.II(A)/2016 dated 07.10.2016. According to the instructions contained therein, the Natural Calamity Advance in addition to six other advances has been abolished.

2.The Government's decision in respect of abolition of advance of Natural Calamity Advance has been considered by the Ministry of Railways in consultation with Finance Directorate. It has been decided to abolish Natural Calamity advance w.e.f. 07.10.2016. The cases where the advances have already been sanctioned need not be reopened.

3.The provisions in respect of Natural Calamity Advance are contained in paras 1123 and 1123(A) of Indian Railway Establishment Manual (IREM) Volume-I. In view of the above, it is directed that paras 1123 and 1123 (A) of IREM may be amended as in the enclosed Advance Correction Slip No.238.

4.This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

5.Please acknowledge receipt.
DA: Correction Slip.
S/d,
(D.Joseph)
Dy.Dir./E(G) III
Railway Board
ADVANCE CORRECTION SLIP TO THE INDIAN RAILWAY ESTABLISHMENT
MANUAL VOLUME-I

Advance Correction Slip No.238.

The following amendments may be made to Para 1123 and 1123(A) of the Indian Railway Establishment Manual, Volume-I

Para 1123 and 1123(A) may be substituted as under:
Para 1123 and 1123(A) Natural Calamity Advance
The provisions stand deleted as the advance in this regard has been abolished by the Seventh Pay Commission.

(Authority : Railway Board's letter No.E(G)2017/AD 1-1 dated 30/05/2017)

Source: NFIR

Retention of Railway accommodation by Railway officers/staff on their deputation to Railway PSUs


Retention of Railway accommodation by Railway officers/staff on their deputation to Railway PSUs.
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (BHARAT SARKAR)
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (RAIL MANTRALAYA)
(RAILWAY BOARD)
No.E(G)2008 QR-1-15
New Delhi,
Dated :31.05.2017
The General Managers,
All Indian Railways and PUs,
(As per standard list).

Sub: Retention of Railway accommodation by Railway officers/staff on their deputation to Railway PSUs.

The instructions issued vide Board's letter No.E(G)2008 QR 1-15 dated 18.12.2014 in regard to retention of Railway accommodation at their previous place of posting by officials on deputation to Railway PSUs have been reviewed.

2.Now in exercise of the power to make reasonable relaxations in public interest for a class/group of employees, in all or any of the existing provisions regarding house allotment/retention, considering the shortage of houses/ accommodation in Delhi/NCR area, the Board have decided in the first phase Railway officers/staff in occupation of Railway accommodation in areas other than Delhi/NCR on their deputation to Railway PSUs may be permitted to retain their Railway accommodation at the place of previous posting further beyond 30.06.2016 for a period up to 30.06.2019.

3.This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways

4. Please acknowledge receipt
S/d,
(Sanjay Guari)
Deputy Director Establishment (Genl.)
Railway Board
Source: NFIR

The Central Government abolished various Cesses in the last three years for smooth roll-out of GST

The Central Government abolished various Cesses in the last three years for smooth roll-out of GST 
The Central Government in the last three General Budgets viz 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18 has gradually abolished various cesses on goods and services in order to prepare the ground for smooth roll- out of Goods and Service Tax (GST) from 1st July, 2017. The Central Government has taken this step in stages by abolishing various cesses so that it is easier to fit in various goods and services in different tax slabs for GST.
The Central Government in its General Budget 2015-16 had abolished Education Cess, including Secondary and Higher Education Cess on taxable services, and exempted Education Cess on excisable goods as well as Secondary and Higher Education Cess on excisable goods.

In its General Budget 2016-17, the Central Government abolished cess on cement, strawboard, three cesses including cess on Iron Ore Mines, Manganese Ore Mines and Chrome Ore Mines by amending Labour Welfare Cess Act, 1976, Tobacco cess by amending the Tobacco Cess Act 1975, and Cine Workers Welfare Cess by amending the Cine Workers’ Welfare Cess Act 1981 among others.

In its General Budget 2017-18, the Central Government abolished Research and Development cess by amending the Research and Development Cess Act.

 Through Taxation Laws Amendment Act 2017, the following cesses are abolished. However, the date of the implementation will coincide with the date of the GST roll-out:
  1. The Rubber Act 1947 - Cess on Rubber
  2. The Industries (Development and Regulation) Act 1951 - Cess on Automobile
  3. The Tea Act 1953 - Cess on Tea
  4. The Coal Mines (Conservation and Development) Act, 1974 - Cess on Coal
  5. The Beedi Workers’ Welfare Cess Act 1971 - Cess on Beedis
  6. The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Cess Act 1977 - Cess levied on Water consumed by certain industries and by local authorities.
  7. The Sugar Cess Act 1982, the Sugar Development Fund Act 1982 - Cess on Sugar
  8. The Jute Manufacturers Cess Act 1983 - Cess on Jute Goods manufactured or produced or in part of Jute.
  9. The Finance (2) Act 2004 - Education Cess on Excisable Goods
  10. The Finance Act, 2007 - Secondary and Higher Education Cess on Excisable Goods
  11. The Finance Act 2010 - Clean Energy Cess
  12. The Finance Act 2015 - Swachh Bharat Cess
  13. The Finance Act 2016 - Infrastructure Cess and Krishi Kalyan Cess
 However, the following cesses will continue to be levied under the GST regime since they pertain to customs or goods which are not covered under the GST regime:
  1. The Finance (2) Act 2004 - Education Cess on Imported Goods
  2. The Finance Act, 2007 - Secondary and Higher Education Cess on Imported Goods
  3. Cess on Crude Petroleum Oil under the Oil Industry Development Act, 1974
  4. Additional Duty of Excise on Motor Spirit (Road Cess)
  5. Additional Duty of Excise on High Speed Diesel Oil (Road Cess)
  6. Special Additional Duty of Excise on Motor Spirit
  7. NCCD on Tobacco and Tobacco Products and Crude Petroleum Oil.
PIB

Railway Holiday Homes locations across the Country and the group wise availability of suites

Railway Holiday Homes locations across the Country and the group wise availability of suites

IRTSA has published Indian Railways Holiday Homes across the Country

 List of Holiday Homes on Indian Railways
LocationNo. of suites
Address to whom applications
should be addressed
Group
A & B
Group   C
& D
Central Railway
1Matheran
4
-
Sr.DE  , CST Mumbai
-
9
DRM(W), CST Mumbai
2Lonavala
-
3
DRM(W), CST Mumbai
-
4
PA/DRM, CST Mumbai
3Igatpuri
-
2
DRM(W), CST Mumbai
4Mahabaleshwar
4
-
DGM (G).
-
16
PA/DRM.
5Pandharpur
-
2
DRM (P), Solapur.
6Dadar
-
6
DRM (W), CST Mumbai
7Baidyanath Dham
-
6
CPO, E.Rly, Kolkatta
8Puri
2
10
-do-
9Darjeeling
3
4
-do-
10Nainital
4
7
-do-
11Haridwar
3
6
-do-
Northern Railway
12Shimla
7
13 (C)2 (D)AE  / R/Ambala
2 (A)
1 (B)
4 (C)
1 (D)
Secretary,
Railway Board.
13Barog
2 (B)
2 (C)AE  / .Rly./Ambala
14Baijnath Paprola
2 (B)
2 (C)IOW/Palampur
15Manali
3 (A)
2 (B)
-
DRM/Firozpur Cant. Jn
1 (B)
-
Secretar Sy, Rly. Board
16Haridwar
-
2
DRM/  R/Moradabad
17Nainital
2
2 (C)
1 (D)
Secretary,
Railway Board
18Mussoorie
2
2 four
bedded dormi- tories
DSE (C), Moradabad
19Badrinath
2
2
DSE (C), Moradabad
North Eastern Railway
20Nainital14
10
DRM/G, APO(W) &
Sr.DE  /Izzatnagar
21Ranikhet
2
2
Sr.DE  / Izzatnagar
22Varanasi
-
3
Sr.DE  /  ER/Varanasi
23Allahabad City
-
3
AE   or APO(W)/
E Rly., Varanasi
Northeast Frontier Railway
24Shillong
3
4
Sr.DE  /  F Rly./Pandu
25Kurseong
3
10 bedded
dormi- tory
AE  /  F Rly.,
Siliguri Jn.
26Craigment atDarjeeling
2
-
Secy. to GM,   F Rly, Maligaon.
27Darjeeling (Subordinate)
-
4
-do-
28Nainital
1
1
-do-
Southern Railway
29Madurai
-
5
DPO/S.Rly./Madurai
30Courtallam
2
6
-do-
31Rameswaram
-
2
-do-
32Palani
-
2
-do-
33Kanniyakumari
6
4
Sr.DPO/S.Rly./
Trivandrum
34Coonoor
-
4
DPO/S.Rly./Palakkad
35Udagamandalam
(Ooty)
-
8
-do-
South Central Railway
36Kolva Beach
(Vascodagama)
2
2
Sr.DPO/SCR/Hubli
37Tirupathi(Rly. Station)
6
9
Sr.DPO/SCR,
Guntakal
38Aurangabad
(Rly. Station)
2
2
Sr. DPO/ SCR,
Hyderabad.
South Eastern Railway
39Pur
i
-
8
Dy.CPO(W)/Garden Reach, Kolkatta.
40
Darjeeling
-
4
-do-
41
Ranchi
-
4
-do-
42
Digha
4
-
DGM (G)
-
2 Suites +
4 bedded dormi- tory
DPO (I)/Kharagpur Jn.
43
Araku
2
-
Sr.DE  /Coord/Waltair


-
6 bedded
dormi - tory
Sr.DPO /Waltair
Western Railway
44
Agra (Idgha)
-
4
DRM (E), Kota
45
Pali Hill, Bandra (Mumbai
-
8 (C)
2 (D)
DRM (E),Mumbai Central
46
Lonavala
-
2
-do-
47
Udaipur
-
14
DRM (E), Ajmer
-
2
SPO (W), Churchgate
48
Mount Abu
4
-
3 under PA/CE
1 under DRM/Ajmer
-
13
DRM(E), Ajmer

2
SPO (W), Church Gate.
49
Verawal (Gujarat)
-
4
DRM (E), Bhavnagar
50
Dwarka (Gujarat)
-
3
DRM (E), Rajkot


-
1
SPO (W), Churchgate
51
Gholva d
3
-
DRM/ Mumbai Central
52
Convalscent Home:
Bandra
-
2 (C)
1 (D)
/SPO W/Church Gate.
North Western Railway
53
Jaipur
-
4
DRM (E), Jaipur
West Central Railway
54
Pachmarhi
-
3
Sr.DPO, Jabalpur
South Western Railway
55
Mysore (Rly.Stn.)
-
5
DPO, Mysore.
Integral Coach Factory, Chennai
56
Udagamandalam
(Ooty)
-
4
Welfare Officer/ICF.
Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala.
57
Patni
2
4
Dy.GM/G/RCF
Chittaranjan Locomotive Works, Chittaranjan
58
Pur
i
-
2
CPO/CLW, Chittaranjan
Diesel Locomotive Works, Varanasi
59
Nainital
1
-
Secy. to GM/DLW
60
Puri
1
1
Secy. to GM/DLW
Note:  1.        (C) means Group-C (D) means Group-D.
2.        Unless specified, the Suites under Column-2 are both for Group-A and B and under
Column-3 for both Group-C and D.


Source : Irtsa

Recommendations of 3rd Pay Revision Committee for revision of pay for executives and non-unionized supervisors in CPSEs

Recommendations of 3rd Pay Revision Committee for revision of pay for executives and non-unionized supervisors in CPSEs

 No. 252/21112017-Cab. III
Government of India
Cabinet Secretariat
Rashtrapati Bhavan
New Delhi, dated the 29th May, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Recommendations of 3rd Pay Revision Committee for revision of pay for executives and non-unionized supervisors in CPSEs - reg.

The undersigned is directed to enclose a copy of the minutes of the meeting of Committee of Secretaries (Doc. No. 23/2017-CA.III) held on 12th May, 2017 at 3:15 PM in the Committee Room of the Cabinet Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhawan on the subject mentioned above.

2. It is requested that the status of action taken on the relevant decisions may kindly be uploaded in the 'Committee of Secretaries' module of e-Samiksha portal.
(Alok Tiwari)
Deputy Secretary
CABINET SECRETARIAT
Doc. No. 23/2017-CA.III

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF COMMITTEE OF SECRETARIES

Venue : Committee Room, Cabinet Secretariat Rashtrapati Bhavan
Date of meeting : 12.05.2017
Time of meeting : 3:15 PM

Sub: Consideration of the recommendations of the 3rd Pay Revision Committee (PRC) for Revision of Pay for Executives and Non-Unionized Supervisors in CPSEs - reg.
SECRET

Subject: Recommendations of 3rd PRC for revision of pay for Executives and non-unionized 
Supervisors in CPSEs.

A meeting of Committee of Secretaries on the above mentioned subject was chaired by Cabinet Secretary at 3.15 PM on 12.05.2017 in the Committee Room, Cabinet Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi.
2. Secretary, DPE made a presentation on the subject. The deliberations of COS on different recommendations of the 3rd PRC are discussed below.

3. Affordability
(i) Secretary, DPE apprised the COS about the recommendations of the 3rd PRC regarding 'affordability clause'. She stated that broadly speaking, 3rd PRC had recommended that additional financial impact should be within 20% of average PBT of last 3 years preceding the year of implementation. Secretary, M/o Coal expressed the view that CIL and its subsidiaries may be considered as a single unit for the purpose of the "affordability clause" because the executives in CIL are recruited centrally and are transferrable from holding company to subsidiaries and vice versa.
He stated that this matter has already been considered and approved by Cabinet earlier at the time of implementation of 2007 pay revision. CoS was of the view that past precedent in respect of CIL may be taken into account for 'affordability'.

(ii) Recommendation The recommendation of 3rd PRC regarding 'affordability clause' may be accepted. However, in case of ClL, the holding company and its subsidiaries would be considered as a single unit for the affordability clause as per past precedent.

4. Fitment benefit
(i) Secretary, DPE stated that 3rd PRC had recommended uniform fitment benefit of 15% of Basic Pay plus DA in case the financial impact of the pay revision is within 20% of the average PBT of last 3 years and part fitment slabs of 10% and 5°/o in case the financial impact is more than 20%. After detailed discussion, CoS was of the View that these recommendations were acceptable.

(ii) Recommendation The fitment benefit as recommended by 3rd PRC may be accepted.

5. Dearness Allowance, annual increment, promotion increment, stagnation increment and bunching of pay:
(i) Secretary, DPE apprised that 3" PRC had recommended continuation of 100% DA neutralization. The annual increment and promotion increment were recommended at 30/0 of basic pay. The provisions regarding stagnation increment and bunching of pay in the situation where a lower fitment benefit (i.e. 10°/o or 5%) is granted due to affordability issues were brought out. There was consensus in the CoS that recommendations of 3rd PRC on these issues may be accepted.

(ii) Recommendation 3rd PRC's recommendations regarding dearness allowance, annual, promotion and stagnation increments and bunching of pay may be accepted.

100% IDA Neutralization, Annual increment
The CoS has approved the 3% of basic pay for the purpose of annual increment and promotional increment. It also has given the nod for the 100% IDA neutralization for calculating the fitment benefit for existing employees. It means the IDA rate at the time of 31.12.2016 will be merged with the basic pay. Here is the formula for calculating the revised basic pay:
A B C D
(Revised
Basic Pay
w.e.f.
01.01.2017)
Basic Pay + Stagnation increment(s) as on 31.12.2016
(Personal Pay / Special Pay not to be included)
+
Industrial Dearness Allowance (IDA) as applicable on 1.1.2017
[under the IDA pattern computation methodology linked to All India Cumulative Price Index (AICPI) 2001=100 series]
+15% of (A+B)+Aggregate amount rounded off to the next Rs.10/-.

6. Pay Protection
(i) Secretary, DPE apprised that 3rd PRC had recommended that a Special Pay should be granted to accord pay protection to executives whose pay after promotion or selection to a Board level position exceeds the maximum of pay-scale of that post. Additional Secretary, D/o Expenditure stated that such a provision is not available in Central Government whereby pay could be fixed beyond the maximum of the scale of a post. Hence, the recommendation was not supported by D/o Expenditure. Secretary, DoPT mentioned that government servants are allowed pay only up to maximum of the scale/level of the post to which they are appointed. CoS observed that the 3rd PRC has recommended fairly wide pay bands along with up to three stagnation increments and therefore there is hardly any likelihood of stagnation in the event of promotion / selection of an executive to a higher post. Besides, taking into account the above views of DoPT and DoE the recommendation of 3rd PRC regarding pay protection may not be accepted.

(ii) Recommendation 3rd PRC's recommendation regarding pay protection may not be accepted.

7. Pay scales
(i) Secretary, DPE explained that the 3rd PRC had recommended continuing with existing levels and number of pay scales linked to Scheduled classification of CPSEs. Thus, 3rd PRC had recommended revised pay scales corresponding to existing pay scales for each of the existing Grades.

(ii) Recommendation 3rd PRC's recommendations regarding pay scales may be accepted.
GradeExisting Pay ScaleRecommended Pay ScaleApplicable Schedule of CPSE
E012600-3250030000-120000A, B, C, D
E116400-4050040000-140000A, B, C, D
E220600-4650050000-160000A, B, C, D
E324900-5050060000-180000A, B, C, D
E429100-5450070000-200000A, B, C, D
E532900-5800080000-220000A, B, C, D
E636600-6200090000-240000A, B, C, D
E743200-66000100000-260000A, B, C
E851300-73000120000-280000A, B,
E962000-80000150000-300000A
Director75000-100000180000-340000A
CMD80000-125000200000-370000A
Director65000-75000160000-290000B
CMD75000-90000180000-320000B
Director51300-73000120000-280000C
CMD65000-75000160000-290000C
Director43200-66000100000-260000D
CMD51300-73000120000-280000D

8. Perks and allowances
(i) Secretary, DPE informed that the 3rd PRC had recommended that Board of CPSEs may be empowered to provide up to a ceiling of 35% of Basic Pay towards perks and allowances under the concept of 'Cafeteria Approach'. Further, 3rd PRC had recommended that the ceiling shall be partially linked to Industrial DA (IDA) in future whereby it would be enhanced by 25°/o whenever IDA rises by 50°/o. In addition, it was recommended that cost of infrastructure facilities should not be covered within the ceiling. As regards company-owned accommodation provided to executives, CPSEs would be able to bear Income Tax liability on the 'non-monetary perquisite' of which 50% shall be loaded within the ceiling of 35% on perks and allowances. It was pointed out by Secretary, DPE that at present, the ceiling for allowances under 'Cafeteria Approach' is not linked to IDA.

(ii) Secretary, DPE stated that 3rd PRC had also made recommendations in respect of certain allowances such as location based compensatory allowance, work based hardship duty allowance and project allowance which are outside the abovementioned 'Cafeteria Approach'. In addition, it had also recommended that work related administrative expenditure and reimbursement of telephone/internet facility etc. may be allowed outside the ceiling on perks on allowances.

(iii) Secretary, MoCA stated that certain allowances in CPSEs under MoCA such as flying/engineering related allowances applicable to Air Traffic Controllers, Flying Crew etc. may be kept outside the ceiling of 35°/o in order to attract and retain talent. Additional Secretary, D/o Expenditure stated that 7th CPC has recommended hardship and location based allowances on slab basis and not as a percentage of pay. A decision on recommendations of 7th CPC pertaining to allowances of Central Government employees, many of which are closely related to the allowances of CPSE employees which are outside the 'Cafeteria Approach', is yet to be taken by Government. The matter was discussed in detail. It was suggested that a view on allowances which are analogous to those of Central Government employees may be taken after the latter are finalized.

(iv) Recommendation The recommendations of 3rd PRC regarding allowances under 'Cafeteria Approach' up to a ceiling of 35% excluding the cost on infrastructure facilities and 50% of Income Tax liability on 'non-monetary perquisite' related to company owned accommodation may be accepted. Further, the recommendation of 3rd PRC regarding work related administrative expenditure and linkage of allowances under 'Cafeteria Approach' with IDA may not be accepted. However, decision regarding other allowances may be taken by DPE in consultation with M/o Finance separately after a decision is taken by Government on the allowances for Central Government employees. Till a decision is taken regarding the other allowances, the existing allowances in CPSEs at existing rates may continue to be paid on pre-revised pay.

9. Performance related pay (PRP)
(i) Secretary, DPE informed CoS that 3rd PRC had recommended that as in the past, PRP should be paid from 5% of profit accruing from core business activities. However, the ratio of relevant year's profit to incremental profit for calculating PRP has been modified from 60:40 to 65:35. In addition to the existing provision for CPSE and individual Performance, provision has also been made for Team Performance. Thus CPSE Performance, Individual Performance and Team Performance have been given weightages of 50°/o, 20% and 30°/o respectively. Further, 3rd PRC has recommended certain changes in Grade Ceilings of PRP for Executives and discontinuation of forced rating of 10% executives as below par/poor performers.

(ii) Recommendation The recommendations of 3rd PRC regarding PRP may be accepted.

10. Superannuation Benefits
(i) Secretary, DPE stated that 3rd PRC had recommended no change regarding superannuation benefits (i.e. PF, gratuity, post-retirement medical benefits and pension) for which the present ceiling of 30% of Basic Pay + DA had been retained. However, ceiling for gratuity has been raised to Rs. 20 lakh from the present Rs. 10 lakh with partial linkage to DA in line with that for Central Government employees. Further, it has been recommended that funding of gratuity beyond Rs. 10 lakh should be kept outside the ceiling of 30% of Basic Pay + DA. Additional Secretary, D/o Expenditure stated that the recommendation regarding funding of gratuity may be reexamined because gratuity per se is part of existing ceiling being a retirement benefit and hence it may not be appropriate to create two segments for gratuity. Moreover, there is no specific reason given for this recommendation by the 3rd PRC.

(ii) Recommendation The recommendations of 3rd PRC regarding superannuation benefits may be accepted with the modification that funding for the entire amount of gratuity may be met from within the ceiling of 30% of Basic Pay DA.

11. Corpus for Medical and other emergency needs
(i) Secretary, DPE informed that 3" PRC had recommended that the ceiling for contribution to the corpus for post-retirement medical benefits and other emergency needs for retirees may be enhanced from 1.5°/o of PBT to 3% of PBT. Further, coverage from the corpus may be extended to all retirees instead of the present provision for only pre 1.1.2007 retirees. CoS was of the view that the present ceiling of 1.5% of PBT is sufficient for covering the pre 1.1.2007 retirees. As regards remaining employees, provision for post-retirement medical benefit already exists as part of the stipulated contribution of 30% of Basic Pay + DA for superannuation benefits.

(ii) Recommendation The corpus for post-retirement medical benefits and other emergency needs may be provided for within the existing ceiling of 1.5% of PBT and it may apply only in respect of pre 1.1.2007 retirees. Formulation of suitable schemes in this regard by CPSEs may be ensured by the Administrative Ministries/Departments.

12. House Rent Allowance (HRA) and Leased Accommodation including House Rent Recovery (HRR)
(i) The recommendations of 3rd PRC regarding rates of HRA, HRR and leased accommodation etc. were discussed. Additional Secretary, D/o Expenditure apprised that the recommendations of 7th CPC on HRA for Central Government employees was under consideration and a final view was yet to be taken. CoS was of the view that decision of the Government on the recommendations of the 7th CPC on allowances may be awaited.

(ii) Recommendation: A decision on 3rd PRC's recommendations regarding HRA, HRR, leased accommodation etc. may be taken by DPE in consultation with Mo Finance along the lines of provisions for Central Government employees after a decision is taken by Government on HRA for Central Government employees. Till then, the existing allowances at the existing rates may continue to be paid at pre-revised pay scales.

13. Deputation, Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) VRSNSS and healthcare of employees.
(i) Secretary, DPE stated that 3rd PRC has recommended that deputation of employees from one CPSE to another may be allowed in which case the employee would be entitled to pay and allowances as applicable in the parent CPSE. In addition, deputation allowance would also be payable. Further, the same provision would also apply to government officials on deputation to CPSEs, i.e. they would be entitled to pay and allowances as applicable in their parent cadre together with deputation allowance. She further informed that as per extant guidelines, government officers could join posts in CPSEs only on immediate absorption basis except in certain posts. This policy also applies to employees of one CPSE joining other CPSEs regardless of the level of post involved. The executives, who are brought into holding companies from subsidiaries or vice versa on deputation/transfer, will continue to draw their basic pay as drawn in the original company. They will, however, be entitled to draw the allowances and variable pay/performance related pay as applicable to the borrowing CPSE. Secretary, DoPT was of the view that deputationists should have the option to choose between pay of parent cadre plus deputation allowance or pay of the ex-cadre post. Further, the deputationists should get the allowances and other non-pay benefits according to the rules of the borrowing organization.

(ii) Secretary, DPE apprised that the 3rd PRC had also made certain recommendations to improve the performance of CPSEs, inter alia, covering Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), VRSNSS, and healthcare of employees, etc. She stated that as regards ESOP, 3rd PRC had recommended that DPE may elaborate the mechanism in consultation with Government agencies concerned. This recommendation may be delinked from the processing of the other recommendations of 3rd PRC and may be examined separately. As regards VRSNSS, there are existing guidelines of DPE and recommendations of 3rd PRC on this issue would also need separate examination. Regarding modifications in respect of healthcare facilities for employees recommended by 3rd PRC, CoS observed that most of the CPSEs are already implementing various health schemes and therefore changes in this regard may not be necessary.

(iii) Recommendation 3rd PRC's recommendations on deputation of officers between CPSEs and of Government officers to CPSEs may not be accepted and the existing guidelines of DPE and DoPT in this regard may continue to apply. As regards recommendations on ESOP and VRSNSS, these may also be examined separately by DPE. Further, modifications recommended by 3rd PRC in respect of healthcare facilities for employees may not be accepted and present provisions may continue in this regard.

14. After detailed deliberations, it was recommended that:
i. 3rd PRC's recommendations may be accepted except to the extent of modifications recommended in Paras 3 (ii), 6 (ii), 8 (iv), 10 (ii), 11 (ii), 12 (ii) and 13 (iii) above.
ii. The recommendations of 3rd PRC may be implemented from 01.01.2017 (except for allowances as discussed in Paras 8 and 12 above, decision on which will be taken after the Government decision on allowances under 7th CPC)

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Source: IRTSA

Publishing of Tender Notices by all Central Government Ministries/ Departments/ Attached subordinate offices/ Field offices as per new GFR


Publishing of Tender Notices by all Central Government Ministries/ Departments/ Attached subordinate offices/ Field offices as per new GFR

Government of India
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity
Soochna Bhawan, Lodhi Colony, CGO Complex, New Delhi
Dated: 17.05.2017
F.N.11/0280/1617-MR&C
ADVISORY

Subject: Publishing of Tender Notices by all Central Government Ministries/ Departments/ Attached subordinate offices/ Field offices as per new GFR -reg.

1.Attention of all Central Government Ministries/ Departments/ Attached Subordinate offices/ Field offices is drawn to the provisions as given in the recently amended General Financial Rules (GFR) 2017, in respect of tender advertisements for procurement of goods and services.  In this connection, Rule 161(i & ii), 183(ii) and 201(ii) etc. may be referred to.

2.These rules have done away with the need for publishing advertisements in newspapers for procurement of goods and services.  This has now been replaced with mandatory e-publishing of advertisement on Central Public Procurement Portal (CPPP) at www.eprocure.gov.in and on GeM.

3.In case Ministry/Department/Attached Subordinate office/Field office, still insists that the advertisement should be published in newspapers, a request to DAVP should be sent in a signed letter stating that Competent Authority has approved publication of newspaper advertisement/s despite new GFR provisions.  In such cases too, only window advertisement should be published in newspapers alongwith publication on CPPP, GeM and website of respective organisations.

4. This issues with the approval of Competent Authority.
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(R.C. Joshi)
Director (MR&C)

Incorrect fixation of pay for Pharmacist - NFIR

Incorrect fixation of pay for Pharmacist - NFIR

Incorrect fixation of pay in the Non-Functional Grade (GP 4200/-) in the ease of Pharmacist working in the Medical Department on Indian Railways

Incorrect fixation of pay for Pharmacist - NFIR

No.1/2/Part IV
Dated: 05/06/2017
The Secretary (E),
Railway Baoard,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,
Sub:
Incorrect fixation of pay in the Non-Functional Grade (GP 4200/-) in the ease of Pharmacist working in the Medical Department on Indian Railways-reg.

Ref: Railway Board's clarification vide No. PC-V/2009/ACP/2 dated 20/04/2011.

Representations are being received from the staff that the Zonal Units have been interpreting wrongly the Board's instructions on the subject of pay fixation when the staff working as Pharmacists are placed in NFG (GP 4200/-) on completion of 2 years service in GP 2800/- i.e. in the entry grade.

In this connection, Federation cite the instructions issued by the CPO/Southern Railway vide  letter dated 15/05/2017 (copy enclosed) wherein the Divisions have been advised to the placement of
Pharmacist in NFG (GP 4200/-) as placement only and to fix their pay in the initial Pay Band plus Grade Pay (PB-2 + GP 4200/-) only. This action on the part of Southenl Railway is unjustified in view of the fact that instructions exist vide Railway Board’s letter No.PC-V/2009/ACP/2 dated 20/04/2011 to treat the placement of Pharmacist on completion of 2 years in the entry grade pay (GP 2800/-) to NFG/GP 4200/- as one financial upgradation, therefore the Pharmacists are entitled for one increment benefit on being placed in GP 4200/-.

While issuing instructions vide letter dated 15/05/2017, the CPO/Southern Railway has wrongly  relied on Board’s instructions contained in RBE 109/2010 dated inspite of Board's  clarification vide letter dated 20/04/2011. Due to wrong decision of Southern Railway, recoveries have  started on the Divisions of Southern Railway.

NFIR therefore, requests the Railway Board to issue immediate clarification to all Zonal  Railways etc., in general and GM/Southern Railway in particular to allow 3% increase in pay fixation of  Pharmacists when they are placed in GP 4200/-, having completed 2 years service in GP 2800 (PB I).  A copy of the instructions issued may be to the endorsed to the Federation.
Yours faithfully,
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(Dr. M. Raghavaiah)
General Secretary
Source: NFIR

CCS (CCA) Amendment Rules 2017 - Dopt Orders on 2.6.2017

CCS (CCA) Amendment Rules 2017 - Dopt Orders on 2.6.2017

The Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Amendment Rules, 2017

THE GAZETTE OF INDIA : EXTRAORDINARY [PART II-SEC. 3 (i)]
MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES AND PENSIONS
(Department of Personnel and Training)
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 2nd June, 2017

G.S.R. 548(E). In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 and clause (5) of article 148 of the Constitution, and after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India in relation to persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, the President hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965, namely:-

1. (1) These rules may be called the Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Amendment Rules, 2017.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. In the Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965,-

1. in rule 14,-
(i) for sub-rule (4), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely :-
(4) (a) The Disciplinary Authority shall deliver or cause to be delivered to the Government servant a copy of the articles of charge, the statement of the imputations of misconduct or mis behaviour and a list of documents and witnesses by which each article or charges is proposed to be sustained.
(b) On receipt of the articles of charge, the Government servant shall be required to submit his written statement of defence, if he so desires, and also state whether he desires to be heard in person, within a period of fifteen days, which may be further extended for a period not exceeding fifteen days at a time for reasons to be recorded in writing by the Disciplinary Authority or any other Authority authorised by the Disciplinary Authority on his behalf: Provided that under no circumstances, the extension of time for filing written statement of defence shall exceed forty-five days from the date of receipt of articles of charge.

(ii) for sub-rule (13), the following sub-rule shall be substituted, namely:
(13) On receipt of the requisition referred to in sub-rule (12), every authority having the custody or possession of the requisitioned documents shall produce the same or issue a non-availability certificate before the Inquiring Authority within one month of the receipt of such requisition: Provided that if the authority having the custody or possession of the requisitioned documents is satisfied for reasons to be recorded by it in writing that the production of all or any of such documents would be against the public interest or security of the State, it shall inform the Inquiring Authority accordingly and the Inquiring Authority shall, on being so informed, communicate the information to the Government servant and withdraw the requisition made by it for the production or discovery of such document's.

(iii) after sub-rule (23), the following sub-rule shall be inserted, namely:
(24) (a) The Inquiring Authority should conclude the inquiry and submit his report within a period of six months from the date of receipt of order of his appointment as Inquiring Authority.
(b) Where it is not possible to adhere to the time limit specified in clause (a), the Inquiring Authority may record the reasons and seek extension of time from the disciplinary authority in writing, who may allow an additional time not exceeding six months for completion of the Inquiry, at a time.
(c) The extension for a period not exceeding six months at a time may be allowed for any good and sufficient reasons to be recorded in writing by the Disciplinary Authority or any other Authority authorised by the Disciplinary Authority on his behalf;

II. in rule 16,-
(i) in sub-rule (1), in clause (b), for the words, brackets and figure sub-rules (3) to (23) of rule 14, the words, brackets and figure sub-rules (3) to (24) of rule 14”shall be substituted;
(ii) in sub-rule (1-A), for the words, brackets and figure sub-rules (3) to (23) of rule 14, the words, brackets and figure sub-rules (3) to (24) of rule 14 shall be substituted;

III. in rule 19, in the second proviso, after the words against the advice of the Commission, the words within the time limit specified in clause (b) of sub-rule (3) of rule 15, shall be inserted;

IV. in rule 27, in sub-rule (2), in the proviso, in clause (i) after the words against the advice of the Commission, the words "within the time limit specified in clause (b) of sub-rule (3) of rule 15," shall be inserted;

V. in rule 29, in sub-rule (1), in the first proviso, after the words "against the advice of the Commission", the words "within the time limit specified in clause (b) of sub-rule (3) of rule 15," shall be inserted;

VI. in rule 29-A, in the proviso, after the words "against the advice of the Commission", the words "within the time limit specified in clause (b) of sub-rule (3) of rule 15," shall be inserted.
[F. No. 11012/9/2016-Estt.A-111]

GYANENDRA DEV TRIPATHI, Jt. Secy.

Authority: www.dopt.gov.in

Implementation of Government's decision on the recommendations of The 7th Central Pay Commission- Revision of Pension Of Pre-2016 Pensioners/Family Pensioners, etc

Implementation of Government decision on the recommendations of The 7th Central Pay Commission- Revision of Pension Of Pre-2016 Pensioners/Family Pensioners, etc

OFFICE OF CONTROLLER GENERAL OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
ULAN BATAR MARG, PALAM, DELHI CANTT.-110010
No. AN/IV/REV.PENSION
Dated: 05.06.2017
Important Circular

Subject: Implementation of Govt's decision on the recommendations of The 7th Central Pay Commission- Revision of Pension Of Pre-2016 Pensioners/Family Pensioners, etc.

Reference: PCDA(P) Allahabad letter NO. G1/C/0199/Vol.- I/Tech, dated 30.05.2017
Kindly refer PCDA(Pension) Allahabad letter under reference on the subject. The details are available on PCDA(P), Allahabad Official website www.pcdapension.nic.in

2. The PCDA(P), Allahabad, based on GOI Orders, has asked to furnish Aadhar No. Mobile NO., PAN no. & Email-id of pensioner/family pensioner or spouse in the LPC- cum-Data sheet, all the pensioners/family pensioners who retired from this HOrs. Office and SAG & above level Officers may kindly forward the details in the proforma annexed.

3. The information may be sent through fax, Email or by post as per the details given below:
FAX NO.: 011-25674777
Email: an4-pay.cgda@nic.in
Postal address: The CGDA, Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt.

4. For any enquiry/clarification on the subject, pensioners may contact Shri Sanjiv J. Bajaj, Sr. Accounts Officer (AN) on Phone NO. 011- 25665560.
(Mustaq Ahmad)
Dy.CGDA(Admin)
File No. AN/lV/REV.PENSlON
Dated: 05.06.2017
To
All pensioners/family pensioners
PROFORMA
Personal Details of in r/o ________________________________ for revision of Pension as per PCDA(P), Allahabad letter No. G1/C/0199/Vol- l/Tech dated 30.05.2017.

1.Name of Pensioner/Family Pensioner
(in block letter)
2.Date of retirement
3.PPO No.
4.PAN No.
5.Aadhar No.
6.Mobile No.
7.Email-id

Date:
Signature of Pensioner/family pensioner

Source: cgda.nic.in

Non implementation of 7th CPC for Pensioners of autonomous bodies


Non implementation of 7th CPC for Pensioners of autonomous bodies

No.5/3/2017-Plant-D
Government of India
Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Department of Commerce
Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated: 02.06.2017
To,
Shri MR. Sudharshan,
222, 9th Main Road,
Sri Venkataramana Swamy Temple Street,
Srinagara- 560050,
Karnataka.
E-mail: mrs44545@hotmail.com

Subject: Grievance Registration "No. DOPPW/E/2017/08318 dated 25.05.2017 regarding “Non implementation of 7th CPC for Pensioners of autonomous bodies".

Sir,
With reference to the above mentioned subject, it is informed that the proposal of extension of the revised payscale of 7th CPC to the employees of autonomous bodies is under consideration of Finance Division, Department of Commerce. The benefits of 7th CPC and enhanced Dearness Relief to the pensioners will be considered after finalization of the pay scales of the employees of the Autonomous Bodies in accordance with 7th CPC.

Yours faithfully,
(M.S. Banerjee)
Under Secretary

Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme 1980. Tables of Benefits for the savings fund for the period from 01.04.2017 to 30.06.2017

Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme 1980. Tables of Benefits for the savings fund for the period from 01.04.2017 to 30.06.2017.

No.7(2)/EV/2016
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
New Delhi, the 2nd June, 2017
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Central-Government-Employees-Group-Insurance-Scheme-CGEGIS


Sub: Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme-1980 -  Tables of Benefits for the savings fund for the period from 01.04.2017 to 30.06.2017.

Ministry of Finance issues two Table of Benefits on quarterly basis for the savings fund to the beneficiaries under Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme (CGEGIS)-1980. While one Table of Benefits for the savings fund of the scheme is based on a subscription of Rs.10 per month per unit from 1.1.1982 to 31.12.1989 and Rs.15 per month per unit w.e.f. 1.1.1990 onwards, the other Table of Benefits for the savings fund is based on a subscription of Rs.10 per month in respect of the employess who had opted out of the revised rates of subscription w.e.f. 1.1.1990.

2. The Table of Benefits under CGEGIS-80 are prepared by IRDA based on the rate of interest notified by DEA for samll savings including GPF. Earlier, DEA used to notify the interest rate on financial year basis. However, DEA has now shifted to notifying the interest rate on quarterly basis. In view of this, it has been decided that the Table of benefits will be issued on quarterly basis commencing from 1.1.2017 to 31.3.2017.

3. The two tables under CGEGIS-80 for the first quarter of the year 2017 i.e, 01.01.2017 to 30.06.2017, prepared by IRDA, are enclosed. The benefits in the Tables have been worked out on the basis of interest @ 7.9% per annum (compounded quarterly), as notified by Department of Economic Affairs.

4. While calculating the amount it has been assumed that the subscription has been recovered or will be recovered from the salary of the month in which a member ceases to be in service failing which it should be deducted from accumulated amounts payable.

5. In its application to the employees of Indian Audit and Accounts Department this Office Memorandum issues in consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.
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(Amar Nath Singh)
Director
Authority: www.finmin.nic.in
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PM reviews progress towards beginning of GST on July 1


PM reviews progress towards beginning of GST on July 1

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today reviewed the status of GST, which is to be implemented from July 1.

The meeting, which lasted for over two and a half hours, was attended by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, and top-most officials from the Ministry of Finance, PMO and the Cabinet Secretary.

In the course of the meeting, the Prime Minister specifically reviewed aspects of implementation such as IT readiness, HR readiness, training and sensitization of officers, query handling mechanism, and monitoring. The Prime Minister was informed that GST systems such as IT infrastructure, training of officials, integration with banks, and enrolment of existing taxpayers will be in readiness well in time for the July 1 implementation date. Information security systems were discussed in detail.

A Twitter handle - @askGst_GOI has been started for real time answering of queries. An All India toll-free phone 1800 -1200-232 has also been activated for this purpose.

The Prime Minister asserted that the implementation of GST from July 1st, is the culmination of the concerted efforts of all stakeholders, including political parties, trade and industry bodies. He described GST as a turning point for the economy, unprecedented in history. He directed officials that the creation of One Nation; One Market; One Tax would greatly benefit the common man. The Prime Minister also directed that maximum attention be paid to cyber-security in IT systems concerned with GST.

PIB

Applications for the post of Members (Judicial & Administrative) for the year 2017- conditions of services of the Chairman and Members


Applications for the post of Members (Judicial & Administrative) for the year 2017- conditions of services of the Chairman and Members

No. A-11013/12/2016-AT
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)
Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market,
New Delhi, Dated: the 2nd June, 2017

Subject:- Applications for the post of Members (Judicial & Administrative) for the year 2017- conditions of services of the Chairman and Members reg.

Reference is invited to vacancy circulars dated 03/02/2017 posted in the website of this Department & published in the leading news papers on 16/02/2017 and subsequent circular dated 22.05.2017, whereby the last date of receipt of applications was extended till 15.06.2017.

2. In this regard, it is informed to all the concerned that the rules governing the conditions of services of the Chairman and Members of the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) have been amended in accordance with the provisions of the Finance Act, 2017 (No.7 of 2017) and rules there under have been notified vide notification No. G.S.R. 514 (E) dated 01.06.2017. This is available on http://egazefte.nic.in under Ministry of Finance. The new set of Rules, in addition to the changes in service conditions, has modified the qualifications prescribed for appointment of Member.

3. All the applicants who have already applied are requested to go through the new rules (available on http://edazette.nic.in under Ministry of Finance). It will be presumed that the candidates who have already applied have accepted the new set of Rules, unless they wish to intimate withdrawal of their candidature in writing to this Department by 30.06.2017.

4. Further, it is informed that the last date for receipt of applications is hereby extended up to 30/06/2017, so that interested persons may apply under the new set of rules.

Source: DoPT

Central Government mulls raising retirement age of Group A officers.


Central Government mulls raising retirement age of Group A officers.

Central Government retirement age
 
New Delhi:The central government is taking into consideration suggestions to raise the retirement age of Group A officers to accommodate the increasing number of senior bureaucrats in administration.
A top official of Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) on condition of anonymity said there had been active discussion over the matter and DoPT had received views from certain stakeholders to review the retirement age of Group A officers.

He however said that any changes made to the retirement age of Group A officers would not be done in the near time as a lot of engagements with stakeholders need to be done first.

"The government is looking into that, in fact DoPT has received suggestions that the kind of acumen the Group A officers achieve by the time they reach the age of 60 should be put to use for another two years.
So, the government is seriously thinking of enhancing the retirement age of the Central Group A officers to 62 to cover the cost of ageing population.

"Amongst 48.85 lakh central government employees, 85% are holding Group-'C' posts and 12% are holding Group-'B' posts whereas employees holding Group -'A' posts are only about 3%," he said.

The official said any proposal to increase the retirement age of the Central Group A officers would not be hampering the financial heath of the government as only 3 per cent regular Group A officers, who will get this facility.

Besides Central Group A officers, it will also be implemented to All India Service officers (IAS, IPS and IFS), he confirmed.

He added increasing the bar on retirement age would halt the job progress of those in the lower position to get promoted.

"If government keep raising, those who are supposed to be promoted will be affected … the government accept the idea but government needs to study it thoroughly," he also said.
Earlier Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India has more than 65% of its population below the age of 35, but at the moment the government plans to increase the retirement age of Group A officers as average life expectancy rises.

There are several secretaries heading different departments have to cross their retirement age, but now they may be retained by the government owing to their experience and expertise.

ACCEPTING OF E-AADHAAR AS PRESCRIBED PROOF OF IDENTITY FOR RESERVED JOURNEY

ACCEPTING OF E-AADHAAR AS PRESCRIBED PROOF OF IDENTITY FOR RESERVED JOURNEY

Ministry of Railways has decided to incorporate downloaded Aadhaar (e-Aadhaar) as prescribed proof of identity at par with printed Aadhaar card as mentioned in the list of prescribed proofs of identity which are valid for undertaking journey in trains in reserved class. Railway passengers may carry anyone of the below identity proof while travelling in reserved class coaches :

1.Voter Photo Identity Card issued by Election Commission of India
2.Passport
3.PAN Card issued by Income Tax Department
4.Driving Licence issued by RTO
5.Photo Identity Card having serial number issued by Central/State Government.
6.Student Identity Card with photograph issued by recognized School/College for their Students.
7.Nationalised Bank Passbook with Photograph
8.Credit Cards issued by Banks with laminated photograph
9.Printed unique identification card "Aadhaar" or downloaded Aadhaar (e-Aadhaar).
10. Ration Card with photograph of passenger travelling.

Introduction of Special Leave connected to inquiry of Sexual Harassment


Introduction of Special Leave connected to inquiry of Sexual Harassment

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
RAILWAY BOARD
RBE No.51/2017
E(P&A)I-2017/CPC/LE-3
New Delhi, dated 29.05.2017
The General Managers and FA&CAOs
All Indian Railways & Production Units.

Sub: Introduction of Special Leave connected to inquiry of Sexual Harassment.
Consequent upon the decision taken by the Government, the President is pleased to decide that the following rule may be inserted in the Railway Service (Liberalised Leave) Rules, 1949 in respect of female railway employees:-

Special Leave connected to inquiry of sexual harassment – Leave upto a period of 90 days may be granted to an aggrieved female Railway Servant on the recommendation of the Internal Committee or the Local Committee, as the case may be, during the pendency of inquiry under Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 and the leave granted to the aggrieved female Railway Servant under this rule shall not be debited against the leave account.

2. This rule takes effect from the date, the notification was published by the Department of Personnel and Training viz. 15th March, 2017.

3. The provisions of the Railway Service (Liberalised Leave) Rules, 1949 are contained in Chapter-5 of Indian Railway Establishment Code (IREC), Volume-I, 1985 Edition (Reprint Edition-2008). In view of this, in exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution, the president is pleased to direct that a new para 551(F) may be inserted in Chapter-5 of the Indian Railway Establishment Code, Volume - l, 1985 Edition (Reprint Edition-2008) as per enclosed Advance Correction Slip -132.

4. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

5. Please acknowledge receipt.
DA:- Correction Slip.
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(Anil Kumar)
Railway Board
Authority: http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/

7th Central Pay Commission Higher Allowance - Central Government Employees

7th Central Pay Commission Higher Allowance - Central Government Employees (7CPC Central Govt Memes)


7th Central Pay Commission Memes

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