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IBA Orders on DA : Increase in DA Slabs of 34 - 64.50 % May to July 2019


IBA Orders on DA : Increase in DA Slabs of 34 - 64.50 % May to July 2019

Dearness Allowance for Workmen and Officer Employees in banks for the months of May, June & July 2019 under X BPS/ Joint Note dated 25.5.2015
Indian Banks’ Association

HR & Industrial Relations

No.CIR/HR&IR/76/D/2019-20/7217

May 2, 2019

All Members of the Association
(Designated Officers)

Dear Sir/Madam,

Dearness Allowance for Workmen and Officer Employees in banks for the months of May, June & July 2019 under X BPS/Joint Note dated 25.5.2015

The confirmed All India Average Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers (Base 1960=140} for the quarter ended March 2019 are as follows:-

January 2019 - 7007.55
February 2019 - 7007.55
March 2019 - 7053.20

The average CPI of the above is 7023 and accordingly the number of DA slabs are 645 (7023-4440= 2583/4= 645 Slabs) The last quarterly Payment of DA was at 611 Slabs. Hence there is an increase in DA slabs of 34, i.e 645 Slabs for payment of DA for the quarter May. June & July, 2019

In terms of clause 7 of the 10th Bipartite Settlement dated 25.05.2015 and clause 3 of the Joint Note dated 25.05.2015, the rate of Dearness Allowance payable to workmen and officer employees for the months of May, June & July, 2019 shall be 64.50 % of ‘pay’. While arriving at dearness allowance payable, decimals from third place may please be ignored.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
S K Kakkar
Senior Advisor (HR&IR)

JCM - Frequently asked questions on Joint Consultative Machinery

Frequently asked questions on Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM)

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)

1. What is Joint Consultative Machinery?

The scheme of Joint Consultative Machinery is a platform for constructive dialogue between the representatives of the staff side and the official side for peaceful resolution of all disputes between the Government as employer and the employees. The scheme was introduced in 1966 with the objectives of promoting harmonious relations and securing the greatest measure of cooperation between the Central 1 Government as the employer and the employees in matters of common concern and with the object of further increasing the efficiency of the public service combined with the well being of those employed. The scheme is a non statutory one mutually agreed upon between the staff side and the official side.

2. What is the applicability of the JCM Scheme?

The scheme covers all regular civil employees of the Central Government, except:
(a)The Class -I services;
(b)The Class-II services, other than the Central Secretariat Services and the other comparable services in the headquarters organisation of the Government;
(c) Persons in industrial establishments employed mainly in managerial or administrative capacity, and those who being employed in supervisory capacity drawing salary going beyond grade pay of Rs.4200/- per month;
(d) Employees of the Union Territories; and
(e) Police personnel.

3. What is the structure of the Joint Councils under the JCM Scheme?

The scheme provides for setting up of Joint Councils at the National, Departmental and Regional / Office levels. The National Council, chaired by the Cabinet Secretary, is the apex body.

4. How are staff side members selected for various Joint Councils?

The representatives of the staff side for various Joint Councils are chosen / selected from members of the recognized service associations/ unions.

5. What is the time schedule for holding meetings of the National / Departmental Councils?

As per the JCM Scheme, ordinary meeting of the National Council/ Departmental Council may be held as often as necessary as but not less than once in four months.

6. How recognition is granted to the staff associations?

The Department of Personnel & Training being the nodal department for matters relating to Joint Consultative Machinery and Compulsory Arbitration, has notified Central Civil Services (Recognition of Associations) Rules, 1993 for the purpose of granting recognition to various service associations.Recognition is actually granted by the concerned Ministry/Department in accordance with the CCS (RSA) Rules, 1993.In case of any doubt or confusion, the matter is referred to the JCA Section of the Department of Personnel & Training for clarification/ advice.

7. What are the facilities available to recognised associations?

The recognized associations/ unions enjoy certain facilities like:
(a) Negotiations with the employer;
(b) Correspondence and meetings with the head of the administrative departments;
(c) Provision of accommodation for the associations subject to availability;
(d) Facility of special casual leave up to 20 days in a year to the office bearers of the associations.(e) Payment of T.A/ D.A for attending officially sponsored meetings; and
(f) Facility of seeking transfer of Chief Executive of the Union /association to the Headquarters of the appropriate head of administration.

8. What will happen if there is no agreement between thestaff and the official side?

If there is no agreement between the staff and the official side on an arbitrable issue, then the matter is to be referred to the Board of Arbitration if so desired by the staff side.

9. What are the issues on which arbitration is possible?

The arbitration is limited to the following issues:
(a) Pay and allowances;
(b)Weekly hours of work ; and
(c) Leave

10. Is the award given by the Board of Arbitration binding on the parties

The award given by the Board of Arbitration is binding on the Government as well as the staff side subject to the over riding authority of the Parliament. The award can be modified/rejected only with the approval of the Parliament through a formal resolution on grounds affecting national economy or social justice.

Rule 10 of Army Officers and Air Force Officers Pay Rules - MoD Orders


Rule 10 of Army Officers and Air Force Officers Pay Rules - MoD Orders

Rule 10 of Army Officers and Air Force Officers Pay Rules - MoD Orders
Date of next increment- Rule 10 of Army Officers and Air Force Officers Pay Rules, 2017; Regulation 10 of Navy Officers Pay Regulations, 2017; Rule 10 of Army, Air Force and Military Nursing Service Pay Rules, 2017; Regulation 10 of Navy Pay Regulations, 2017 and Rule 9 of the Non-Combatants (Enrolled) of Air Force Rules, 2017

No.PC-1(20)/2017-D(Pay/Services) Part-II
Government of India
Ministry of Defence

Sena Bhawarn, New Delhi
dated the 11th March, 2019

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Date of next increment- Rule 10 of Army Officers and Air Force Officers Pay Rules, 2017; Regulation 10 of Navy Officers Pay Regulations, 2017; Rule 10 of Army, Air Force and Military Nursing Service Pay Rules, 2017; Regulation 10 of Navy Pay Regulations, 2017 and Rule 9 of the Non-Combatants (Enrolled) of Air Force Rules, 2017- regarding.

The undersigned is directed to invite attention to Rule 10 of Army Officers and Air Force Officers Pay Rules, 2017; Regulation 10 of Navy Officers Pay Regulations, 2017; Rule 10 of Army, Air Force and Military Nursing Service Pay Rules, 2017; Regulation 10 of Navy Pay Regulations, 2017 and Rule 9 of the Non-Combatants (Enrolled) of Air Force Rules, 2017 which provides, inter alia, that there shall be two dates for increment namely 1st January and 1st July of every year, instead of the provision of one date of increment on the 1st July during the 6th Pay Commission pay structure. The Rule/Regulation further provides that an employee shall be entitled to only one annual increment either on 1st January or 1st July depending on the date of appointment, promotion or grant of financial upgradation. The Sub-Rule/Regulation (2) thereof provides that increment in respect of an employee appointed or promoted or granted financial upgradation including upgradation under MACP during the period between the 2nd day of January and 1st day of July (both inclusive) shall be granted on 1st day of 4 January and the increment in respect Hof an employee appointed or promoted or granted financial upgradation including upgradation under MACP during the period between 2nd day of July and 1st day of January (both inclusive) shall be granted ork1st day of July.

2. The proviso to Sub-Rule/Regulation (2) of Rule 10 of Army Officers and Air Force Officers Pay Rules, 2017; Regulation 10 of Navy Officers Pay Regulations, 2017; Rule 10 of Army, Air Force and Military Nursing Service Pay Rules, 2017; Regulation 10 of Navy Pay Regulations, 2017 and Rule 9 of the Non-Combatants (Enrolled) of Air Force Rules, 2017, provides that the next increment after drawal of increment on 1st day of July 2016 shall accrue as on 1st day of July 2017.

3. During the regime of pay structure immediately prior to 01/01/2016, when the annual increment was admissible uniformly on 1st July every year; the increment was admissible on July, provided the condition of 6 months service was fulfilled. Thereafter, the next increment used to be given after a period of 12 months.

Accordingly, keeping in view the principle followed during the period before 1.1.2016 immediately prior to coming into force of the Army Officers and Air Force Officers Pay Rules, 2017; Navy Officers pay Regulations, 2017; Army, Air Force and Military Nursing Service pay Rules, 2017; Navy pay Regulations, 2017 and Non-Combatants (Enrolled) of Air Force Rules, 2017, which has been modified in the revised pay structure in ‘terms of Rule/Regulation 10 of the Army Officers and Air Force Officers Pay Rules, 2017; Navy Officers Pay Regulations, 2017; Army, Air Force and Military Nursing Service Pay Rules, 2017; Navy Pay Regulations, 2017 and Rule 9 of the Non- Combatants (Enrolled) of Air Force Rules, 2017 by way of 2 dates of
increment on 1st January and 1st July, it is clarified that in case an employee is promoted or granted financial upgradation including upgradation under the MACP scheme on January or 1st July, where the pay is fixed in the Level applicable to the post on which promotion is made in accordance with the Rule/Regulation 12 of the Army Officers and Air Force Officers pay Rules, 2017; Navy Officers pay Regulations, 2017; Army, Air Force and Military Nursing Service pay Rules, 2017; Navy pay Regulations, 2017 and Rule 11 of the Non-Combatants (Enrolled) of Air Force Rules, 2017 the first increment in the Level applicable to the post on which promotion is made shall accrue on the following 1st July Or January, as the case may be, provided a period of 6th months qualifying service is strictly fulfilled. The next increment thereafter shall, however, accrue only after completion of one year.

5. This issues with the concurrence of Defence (Finance) vide its ID No.1(3)/2018/P-III/AG-291/PA dated 28.02.2019.

sd/-
(Arun Kumar)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

To,
1. The Chief of Army Staff
2. The Chief of Naval Staff
3.The Chief of Air Staff

Features of LTC Concession by Air India - LTC 80 Scheme for May 2019


Updated list of All India LTC fare under LTC 80 Scheme for May 2019

Features of LTC Concession by Air India

Eligibility: Employees of the State and Central Governments/ Public sector undertaking travelling on leave. Employees of the Educational Institutions recognized by Central/ State Govt or affiliated to any University/ Educational board are also eligible.
Required Documents: Official ID card. Family members to carry the copy of the same.

Discount: Specified fare.

Travel: Any sector within India.

Ticket Validity: 1 Year from date of issue

Advance Purchase: Not required. Ticket can be purchased any time

Children: No discount applies.

Infant: (Under 2 years) 1st accompanying Infant – Rs.1000 per coupon, Plus applicable taxes. 2nd and more Infants, no discount permissible.

Date/Flight change, Cancellation & Refund: Permitted – Fee applies

In case the relevant ID / documents are not presented at the time of check in or at the boarding gate, the basic fare will be forfeited and the tickets will become non refundable (only taxes & levies will be refunded). Boarding will be denied if the identity proof is not provided at the time of check in and at the boarding gate.

Applicable Fares as on May 2019

LTC-80: Air India Domestic Fare for May 2019

Basic Fare Basic Fare


TABLE - III : LTC Fares
SECTOR & V.V HLTC (Economy Class) DLTC (Executive Class)
 Basic Fare Basic Fare 
Agartala Kolkata 8750 17880
Agra Delhi 8750 17880
Agra Khajuraho 8750 17880
Agra Varanasi 9500 19320
Ahmedabad Chennai 17500 35400
Ahmedabad Delhi 11050 22440
Ahmedabad Mumbai 8750 17880
Aizawl Imphal 8750 17880
Aizawl Kolkata 8750 17880
Amritsar Delhi 8750 17880
Amritsar Mumbai 17500 35400
Amritsar Nanded 17500 35400
Aurangabad Delhi 15050 30560
Aurangabad Mumbai 8250 21000
Bagdogra Delhi 15200 30600
Bagdogra Kolkata 8750 17880
Bengaluru Bhubaneshwar 15100 30600
Bengaluru Chennai 8750 17880
Bengaluru Delhi 19900 40200
Bengaluru Goa 9500 19320
Bengaluru Guwahati 19900 40200
Bengaluru Hubli 8750 17880
Bengaluru Hyderabad 8750 17880
Bengaluru Kolkata 17500 35400
Bengaluru Mumbai 11050 22440
Bengaluru Trivandrum 9500 19320
Bhopal Delhi 9500 19320
Bhopal Mumbai 12400 26960
Bhubaneshwar Delhi 15100 30600
Bhubaneshwar Hyderabad 11350 22440
Bhubaneshwar Kolkata 8750 17880
Bhubaneshwar Mumbai 17500 35400
Chandigarh Delhi 8750 17880
Chandigarh Leh 8750 17880
Chandigarh Mumbai 17500 35400
Chandigarh Pune 17500 35400
Chennai Coimbatore 8750 17880
Chennai Delhi 19900 40200
Chennai Goa 9700 19320
Chennai Hyderabad 9500 19320
Chennai Kochi 9500 19320
Chennai Kolkata 17500 35400
Chennai Madurai 8750 17880
Chennai Mumbai 15100 30600
Chennai Portblair 17500 35400
Chennai Trivandrum 9500 19320
Coimbatore Delhi 19900 40200
Coimbatore Mumbai 15100 30600
Delhi Gaya 11050 22440
Delhi Goa 17500 35400
Delhi Guwahati 17500 35400
Delhi Hyderabad 15100 30600
Delhi Imphal 19900 40200
Delhi Indore 9500 19320
Delhi Jaipur 8750 17880
Delhi Jammu 9500 19320
Delhi Jodhpur 8750 17880
Delhi Khajuraho 8750 17880
Delhi Kochi 19900 48240
Delhi Kolkata 17500 35400
Delhi Leh 11100 19320
Delhi Lucknow 8750 17880
Delhi Mumbai 15100 30600
Delhi Nagpur 11350 22440
Delhi Patna 11350 22440
Delhi Port Blair 28700 51600
Delhi Pune 15100 30600
Delhi Raipur 12050 22440
Delhi Rajkot 13300 22440
Delhi Ranchi 15100 30600
Delhi Srinagar 9600 19320
Delhi Surat 13300 22440
Delhi Tirupati 19900 40200
Delhi Trivandrum 20500 49680
Delhi Udaipur 9500 19320
Delhi Vadodra 11250 22440
Delhi Varanasi 9500 19320
Delhi Vijayawada 17500 35400
Delhi Vishakhapatnam 17500 35400
Dibrugarh Kolkata 11600 22440
Dimapur Kolkata 9500 19320
Gaya Kolkata 8750 17880
Gaya Varanasi 8750 17880
Goa Mumbai 8750 17880
Guwahati Imphal 8750 17880
Guwahati Kolkata 8750 17880
Hubli Mumbai 8750 17880
Hyderabad Kolkata 15150 30600
Hyderabad Mumbai 9500 19320
Hyderabad Tirupati 8750 17880
Hyderabad Vijayawada 8750 17880
Hyderabad Vishakhapatnam 9500 19320
Imphal Kolkata 9500 19320
Indore Mumbai 9500 19320
Jaipur Mumbai 12050 22440
Jammu Leh 10250 17880
Jammu Srinagar 8750 17880
Jamnagar Mumbai 8750 17880
Jodhpur Mumbai 13900 26960
Khajuraho Varanasi 8750 17880
Kochi Mumbai 15100 30600
Kochi Trivandrum 8750 17880
Kolkata Mumbai 19900 40200
Kolkata Port Blair 17500 35400
Kolkata Silchar 8750 17880
Kolkata Varanasi 9500 19320
Kozhikode Mumbai 13250 22440
Leh Srinagar 8800 17880
Lucknow Mumbai 15100 30600
Madurai Mumbai 15100 30600
Mangalore Mumbai 9500 19320
Mumbai Nagpur 9500 19320
Mumbai Pune 8100 17880
Mumbai Raipur 13650 22440
Mumbai Rajkot 12850 23240
Mumbai Trivandrum 15700 30600
Mumbai Udaipur 9500 19320
Mumbai Varanasi 15150 30600
Mumbai Vishakhapatnam 15100 30600
Port Blair Vishakhapatnam 15150 30600
Raipur Nagpur 8750 17880
Raipur Vishakhapatnam 8750 17880
Bengaluru Belgaum 8750 17880
Kolkata Jaipur 17500 35400
Bengaluru Ahmedabad 15150 30600
Hyderabad Guwahati 19900 40200
Bhubaneshwar Guwahati 11350 22440
Hyderabad DURGAPUR 13800 30600
Delhi Nanded 17500 35400
Chandigarh Nanded 17500 35400
Delhi ALLAHABAD 8750 19320
Ahmedabad ALLAHABAD 11050 22440
Kolkata ALLAHABAD 15050 30560
Delhi Kannur 18100 40200
Kannur Kozhikode 8100 17880
Delhi Kozhikode 18100 40200

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