Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Cabinet approves Productivity Linked Bonus and non- Productivity Linked Bonus for 2019-2020 - PIB News

Cabinet approves Productivity Linked Bonus and non- Productivity Linked Bonus for 2019-2020 - PIB News

PLB 2020

Bonus Central Government Employees
Productivity Linked Bonus

Cabinet
Cabinet approves Productivity Linked Bonus and non- Productivity Linked Bonus for 2019-2020

Posted On: 21 OCT 2020 3:24PM by PIB Delhi

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has given its approval to pay Productivity Linked Bonus (PLB)for the year 2019-2020 to 16.97 lakh non-gazetted employees of commercial establishments like Railways, Posts, Defence, EPFO, ESIC, etc. will be benefitted and the financial implication would be Rs.2,791 crore.

Non-PLB or ad-hoc Bonus is given to Non-Gazetted Central Government employees. 13.70 lakh employees would be benefited and Rs.946 crore will be the financial implication for the same.

A total of 30.67 lakh employees would be benefited by the Bonus announcement and total financial implication will be Rs 3,737 crore.

Payment of Bonus to non-gazetted employees for their performance in the preceding year is usually made before Durga Puja/ Dussehra season. The Government is announcing the Productivity Linked Bonus (PLB) and ad hoc bonus for its non-gazetted employees to be disbursed immediately.

Also check: FAQ on LTC Cash Voucher Scheme – LTC Fare for Central Government Employees during the Block 2018-21

PIB

Thursday, 15 October 2020

7CPC - Incentives to Central Government employees working in Kashmir Valley - DoPT

7CPC - Incentives to Central Government employees working in Kashmir Valley - DoPT

No.18016/ 3/ 2018 -Estt.(L)

Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)

New Delhi, the 14th October, 2020

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Special concessions to Central Government employees working in Kashmir Valley in attached/ subordinate offices or PSUs falling under the control of Central Government.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. of even number dated 08th January, 2019 on the subject mentioned above and to state that it has been decided by the competent authority to extend the package of concessions / incentives to Central Government employees working in Kashmir Valley for a further period from 01.01.2020 to 31.07.2021. The package for the period from 01.01.2020 to 31.07.202 1 is as per Annexure.

2. The package of incentives is uniformly applicable to all Ministries/ Departments and PSUs under the Government of India and they should ensure strict adherence to the rates prescribed in the The concerned Ministry/ Department may ensure implementation and monitoring of the package in conformity with the approved package, and therefore, all court cases in which verdicts are given contrary to the package would have to be contested by the Ministries/ Departments concerned.

(Rajendra Prasad Tewari)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
011-26164316

Encl. As above.

To
All Ministries/ Departments of the Govt. of India. (as per mailing list)

Also check: Kashmir Valley Special Concession – Additional HRA, Messing Facilities, Incentive (as per 7th CPC) to CGE and Monthly Pension to Pensioners: DoPT Order


ANNEXURE

ANNEXURE to DOPT’s 0.M. No.18016/ 3/ 2018-Estt.(L) dated the 14th October, 2020.

DETAILS OF PACKAGE OF CONCESSIONS/ INCENTIVES TO CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WORKING IN KASHMIR VALLEY IN ATTACHED/ SUBORDINATE COFFEES OR PSUs FALLING UNDER THE CONTROL OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT.

[Kashmir Valley comprises of ten districts namely Anantnag, Baramulla, Budgam, Kupwara, Pulwama, Srinagar, Kulgam, Shopian, Ganderbal and Bandipora]

  1. a) Extension of Special concessions/ incentives for a further period from 01.2020 to 31.07.2021 to Central Government employees working in the 10 districts of Kashmir Valley.

I. ADDITIONAL HOUSE RENT ALLOWANCE AND OTHER CONCESSIONS:

(A) EMPLOYEES POSTED IN KASHMIR VALLEY:

(i) The employees shall have an option to move their families to a selected place of their choice in India at Government expenses and the transport allowance for the families are proposed to be allowed as admissible in anent transfer inclusive of the Composite Transfer Grant at the rate of 80 per cent of the last month’s basic pay;

(ii) Departmental arrangements for stay, security and transportation to the place of work for employees;

(iii) Additional house rent allowance at the rate of Class ‘Y’ city (16 per cent of basic pay) for employees who leave their family at their last place of posting, except officials who have retained Government accommodation to accommodate their families and these employees shall be eligible for drawing the normal house rent allowance as well as at their place of posting if the Departmental arrangement is not made for his stay;

(B) EMPLOYEES POSTED TO KASHMIR VALLEY WHO DO NOT WISH TO MOVE THEIR FAMILIES TO A SELECTED PLACE OF

The per diem allowance of Rs. 113/ – per day is paid for each day of attendance to compensate for any additional expense in transportation from to and from office etc. in terms of the Department of Expenditure OM No. 19030/11/ 2017-E.N, dated 13.07.2017.

(C) THE PERIOD OF TEMPORARY DUTY EXTENDED TO SIX Months

For period of temporary duty, an incentive known as the Kashmir Valley Special Incentive will be paid at the following rates along with food charges (as per 7th Pay Commission norms), apart from departmental arrangements for stay, security and transportation:

Pay RangeRate Per month (on pro rata)
(i) Level 14 and aboveRs.9000
(ii) Level 12 and 13Rs.8000
(iii) Level 9 to 11Rs.7000
(iv) Level 6 to 8Rs.6000
(v) Level 5 and belowRs.4500
7th Pay Commission Special Incentive

II. MESSING FACILITIES:

  • Messing allowance is paid @ Rs.97.85/- per day.

III. PAYMENT OF MONTHLY PENSION:

The pensioners of Kashmir Valley who are unable to draw their monthly pensions through either Public Sector Banks or Pay and Accounts Office treasuries from which they were receiving their pensions, are given pensions outside the Valley, where they have settled, in relaxation of relevant provisions.

NOTE :-

i. The package of concessions / incentives shall be admissible in Kashmir Valley comprising of ten Districts namely, Anantna Baramulla, Budgam, Kupwara, Pulwama, Srinagar, Kulgam, Shopian, Ganderbal and Bandipora.

ii The Package of concessions / incentives shall be admissible to Temporary Status Casual Laborers working in Kashmir Valley in terms of Para 5(i) of the Casual Laborers (Grant of Temporary Status and Regularization) Scheme of Government of India, 1993.

iii. The benefit of additional house rent allowance admissible under the Kashmir Valley package shall be admissible to all Central Government employees posted in Kashmir Valley irrespective of whether they are natives of Kashmir Valley, if they choose to move their families anywhere in India subject to the conditions governing the grant of these allowances.

The facilities of Messing Allowance and Per Diem Allowances shall also be allowed to natives of Kashmir Valley in terms of the Kashmir Valley package.




FinMin Order – Grant of Advance – Special festival package to Central Government Employees SOP – UTSAV Card

 Latest Central Government Employees

festival advance to Central Govt Servants

F.No. 12(2)/2020- E.IIA(Pt.)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

North Block, New Delhi.
Dated: 13 October, 2020

Office Memorandum

Sub: Grant of Advance – Special festival package to Govt. Servants.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this department’s OM of even number dated 12.10.2020 on the above mentioned subject and to say that the following SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) for disbursal of pre-paid UTSAV Card will be followed by all DDOs / HOOs concerned:-

Also check: FinMin Order – Grant of Festival Advance to Central Government Employees

  • On receipt of application for grant of Special Festival Package advances, each DDO will advise the number of UTSAV Cards required by them and SBI Branch details where the DDO account is maintained along with IFSC code. In case DDOs do not have an account in SBI they have to identify the nearest SBI Branch and advise the name of the Branch and the IFSC code for the purpose of receiving the Cards.
  • Each card will be of fixed denomination of Rs. 10,000/-.
  • A SPOC detail at each DDO level to be provided for better coordination. (e-mail ID and contact details of DDO and SPOC to be provided).
  • All the above details (standard indent format for UTSAV Card is attached) to be mailed to agm2debitcards.dtb/aisbi.co.in with a copy to dgmdebitcards.dtba@sbi.co.in. This information needs to be sent as early as possible.
  • Based on the above indicative list. Card Procurement orders will be placed by SBI and UTSAV Cards delivery schedules (to SBI Branches) will be advised based on the indicative requirements provided.
  • The envelope containing the individual Card & PIN will be made available at the identified Branches (where DDO’s accounts are maintained) as per schedule provided.
  • The identified Branches will intimate the respective DDO about the receipt of the card. DDO will then provide the Branch Debit Authorisation / Cheque for the number of cards required along with the Standard Procurement Format, which will be shared with DDOs.
  • The duly filled in Standard Procurement Form (both in hard copy and soft copy) needs to be provided to the Branch along with the debit authorization / Cheques from the DDOs. In case where the DDO does not maintain an account with SBI branch he has to provide a Bankers Cheque / Govt. Cheque drawn in favour of the SBI Branch identified by them earlier.
  • Branch will issue / activate the above cards (as per the indent provide by the DDO) in Bank’s system against acknowledgment from the DDOs after realization of payment.
  • The DDO will take necessary precautions in safe handling of cards and distribution to identified persons.
  • A nominal change of Rs.36 plus GST will be charged for each card and will be bore by the Ministry / Department.

2. These orders will take effect from the date of issuance of this Office Memorandum and will be in force during the current financial year i.e. 2020-21 only.

3. All the Ministries / Departments are requested to bring the contents of this OM to the notice of all its Attached and subordinate office for their information / necessary action.

S.Naganathan
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India

To

All Ministries / Departments of Government of India

Source: DoE

Grant of Bonus 2020 to Central Government Employees before Durga Puja - Confederation Writes to Finance Minister

Bonus 2020 to Central Government Employees

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES & WORKERS
1st Floor, North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi – 110001

President
Ravindran B. Nair
09969234999
Secretary General
R. N. Parashar
09718686800

Ref: Confdn/ Bonus/ 2020

Dated: 14.10.2020

To

Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman
Hon‘ble Finance Minister
Government of India
New Delhi – 110001

Sub: Grant of Bonus to the Central Government Employees.

Respected Madam,

Every year Bonus is declared to the Central Government Employees before Durga Puja. Now Durga Puja celebrations will start from 17 October 2020 and Dussehra will be celebrated on 25th October 2020, but the bonus has not been declared yet.

It is therefore requested to kindly cause orders for payment of Bonus to Central Government Employees before Durga Puja so that they may celebrate the Festival happily.

Also check: Productivity Linked Bonus (PLB), for the year 2019-2020 to the Railwaymen Payment – 78 days wages AIRF

Hoping for an early and positive action.

With regards,
Yours sincerely,

(R. N. Parashar)
Secretary General

Bonus 2020 to Central Government Employees

Source: http://confederationhq.blogspot.com

Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Revised rates of Variable Dearness Allowance Minimum Wages for Sweeping and Cleaning Worker w.e.f 1st October 2020 - Central Government Employees News

Revised rates of Variable Dearness Allowance Minimum Wages for Sweeping and Cleaning Worker w.e.f 1st October 2020 - Central Government Employees News

Latest Central Government Employees News

No.1/ 20(5) / 2019-LS-II
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment
Office of the Chief Labour Commissioner(C)
New Delhi

Dated:12/10/2020

ORDER

In exercise of the powers conferred by the Central Government Vide Notification No. S.0.190(E) dated 19th January, 20 17 of the Ministry of Labour & Employment, the undersigned hereby revise the rates of Variable Dearness Allowance on the basis of the average consumer price index number for the preceding period of six month ending on 30.06.2020 reaching 329.16 from 324 (Base 2001-100) and thereby resulting in an increase of 5.16 points for Industrial workers and direct that this order shall come into force w.e.f. 01.10.2020.

RATES OF V.D.A.FOR EMPLOYEES EMPLOYED IN “Employment of Sweeping and Cleaning excluding activities prohibited under the Employment of Manual Scavengers and Construction of Dry Latrines (Prohibition) Act, 1993″.

AREARATES OF V.D.A. PER DAY (IN RS.)
A116
B97
C77
Rates of VDA

Therefore, the minimum rates of wages showing the basic rates and Variable Dearness Allowance payable w.e.f 01.10.2020 shall be as under :-

RATES OF WAGES PLUS V.D.A. PER DAY

AREABasic WagesV.D.A.Total
(Rs.)(Rs.)(Rs.)
A523+116=639
B437+97=534
C350+77=427
Revised rates of VDA

The VDA has been rounded off to the next higher rupee as per the decision of the Minimum Wages Advisory Board.

Also check: Minimum rates of wages and variable dearness allowance w.e.f. 01.04.2020

The classification of workers under different categories will be same as in Part­-I of the notification, whereas classification of cities will be same as in the Part-II of the notification dated 19th January, 2017. The present classification of cities into areas A, B & C is enclosed at Annexure I for ready reference.

 (D.P.S.Negi)
Chief Labour Commissioner(C)

As per list attached.

Revised rates of VDA Minimum Wages for Sweeping and Cleaning Worker

Source: https://clc.gov.in/

Special Casual Leave to be consider the absence during COVID-19 epidemic lockdown period – AIRF

Special Casual Leave to be consider the absence during COVID-19 epidemic lockdown period – AIRF

 AIRF

No.AIRF/561 Dated: October 12, 2020

The D.G.(H.R.),
Railway Board,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

Sub: Regularization of absence during COVID-19 epidemic lockdown period

Ref.: Railway Board’s letters No.(EG) 2020/LE 2/1 dated 06.08.2020 and 03.09.2020

We are thankful to Railway Board for issuing instructions in the matter of treatment of absence during COVID-19 epidemic lockdown.

Many of the employees have had to remain away from their work, subsequent to the lockdown, whose absence is pending regularization. Many of the employees were forced to remain under quarantine due to various situations, which can be classified broadly as follows:-

(i) An employee was asked to remain in quarantine on return from outstation duty.
(ii) An employee remained in quarantine due to Central/ State Government instructions.
(iii) An employee was advised by Railway Medical Authority to remain in quarantine.
(iv) An employee who chose to remain in quarantine as a precaution.
(v) An employee who worked from home due to co-morbidity or underlying medical conditions as per Central/ State Government instructions.
(vi) An employee stayed at home as a precautionary measure and later found to be COVID-19 positive.

Also check: Ministry of Railways approves 196 pairs of Festival Special Trains 2020 services

It is, therefore, requested that, necessary instructions for treating absence of an employee during aforementioned situations, as “Special Casual Leave”, may kindly be issued at the earliest. Orders issued for maximum 30 days “Special Casual Leave” should also be cancelled as these being granted in special circumstances of COVID-19 epidemic where lockdown had been for more than four months and all sorts of transport had not been under operation.

Also read: Treating the COVID-19 absence period as Special Casual Leave

Comradely yours,
Shiva Gopal Mishra
General Secretary

Source: AIRF

Periodic Review of Central Government Employees for strengthening of administration under Fundamental Rule (FR 56U)/(i) and Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules 1972

Periodic Review of Central Government Employees for strengthening of administration under Fundamental Rule (FR 56U)/(i) and Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules

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CGDA

Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt- 110010

No. AN/  Estt-Others)/11206 /SAPR/FR-56(J)/2019

Dt. 09.10.2020

To,

PCA(Fys) PCsDA/ CsDA
(Through CGDA Website)

SubjectPeriodic Review of Central Government Employees for strengthening of administration under Fundamental Rule (FR 56U)/(i) and Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules 1972.

In continuation of this HQrs office circular bearing No. even dated 02.03.2020 regarding instructions exist on the need for periodical review of performance of Government servants with a view to ascertain whether the Government servant should be retained in service or retired from service in the public interest. In this connection relevant orders were enclosed for guidance and taking an appropriate action with reference to orders on the subject.

Also check: CGDA – Periodic review of Central Government Employees under Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules,1972

In this regard, a copy of DoPT letter No. 25013/03/2019-Estt .A-IV dated 28/08/2020 on the above subject is forwarded herewith for information, guidance and necessary action please.

Also Check: Periodic Review of Central Government Employees for strengthening of administration under Fundamental Rule (FR) 560)1(l) and Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972

(Rajeev Ranjan Kumar)
Dy.CGDA (AN)

Periodic Review of Central Government Employees for Rule 48 CCS Rules

FinMin Order – Grant of Festival Advance to Central Government Employees

 FinMin Order

The amount of the package is Rs. 10,000/- to be paid as advance to Central Government servant. This amount is interest free.

FinMin Order – Grant of Festival Advance to Central Government Employees

Festival Advance to Central Government Employees

Grant of Festival Advance to Central Government Employees

F.No.12(2)/2020-EII(A)
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
EII(A) Branch

North Block, New Delhi
12th October, 2020

Office Memorandum

Sub: Grant of Advance - Special Festival Package to Government Servants.

The undersigned is directed to say that with a view to enable Government servants to meet expenses relating to festivals and to encourage spending thereby giving a boost to economic activities, in pursuance of decision taken by the Government, it has been decided that a special festival package of advance will be accorded to all Government servants for any important festivals upto 31st March, 2021.

2. A Head of Office may sanction this special package on the eve of any important festival to any Central Government Servant under his administrative control. The term “important festival” is clarified as such festivals or one of such festivals as Head of Department may declare in respect of establishments under his/her administrative control.

3. The amount of the package is Rs. 10,000/- to be paid as advance to Government servant. This amount is interest free. The amount would be released through pre-loaded Rupay Card from SBI. DDOs, on receipt of application from Government servants for this package may process and acquire the prepaid cards from SBI for issue among the applicants. A detailed SOP for DDOs for obtaining these cards would be separately issued.

Also check: FinMin Order – Special cash package equivalent in lieu of Leave Travel Concession Fare for Central Government Employees during the Block 2018-21

4. The festival package may be granted to a Government servant if he/she is on Government duty or on leave excluding leave preparatory to retirement, on the date on which the advance is disbursed. The amount paid under this package is recoverable in not more than ten (10) instalments.

5. These orders will take effect from the date of issuance of this Office Memorandum and will be in force during the current financial year till 31 March, 2021.

6. All the Ministries/ Departments are requested to bring the contents of this OM to the notice of all its Attached and Subordinate offices for their information /necessary action.

Hindi version of this Office Memorandum will follow.

(B.K.Manthan)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

To

All the Ministries/ Departments of the Government of India.

Source: DoE

FinMin Order – Special cash package equivalent in lieu of Leave Travel Concession Fare for Central Government Employees during the Block 2018-21

FinMin Order

Special cash package equivalent in lieu of Leave Travel Concession Fare for Central Government Employees during the Block 2018-21

F.No.12(2) /2020-EII(A)
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
EN(A) Branch

North Block, New Delhi
12th October, 2020

Office Memorandum

Sub: Special cash package equivalent in lieu of Leave Travel Concession Fare for Central Government Employees during the Block 2018-21.

In view of Covid-19 pandemic and resultant nationwide lockdown as well as disruption of transport and hospitality sector, as also the need for observing social distancing, a number of Central Government employees are not in a position to avail themselves of LTC for travel to any place in India or their Hometowns in the current Block of 2018-21.

2. With a view to compensate and incentive consumption by Central Government employees thereby giving a boost to consumption expenditure, it has been decided that cash equivalent of LTC, comprising Leave Encashment and LTC fare of the entitled LTC may be paid by way of reimbursement, if an employee opts for this in lieu of one LTC in the Block of 2018-21 subject to the following conditions:-

a) The employee spends the money of a larger sum than the entitlement on account of LTC on actual expenditure.

b) Cash equivalent of full leave encashment will be allowed, provided the employee spends an equal sum. This will be counted towards the number of leave encashment on LTC available to an employee.

C) The deemed LTC fare for this purpose is given below :-

Category of employeesDeemed LTC fare per person
(Round Trip)
Employees who are entitled to business class of airfareRs. 36,000
Employees who are entitled to economy class of airfareRs. 20,000
Employees who are entitled to Rail fare of any classRs. 6,000
Deemed LTC fare per person Central Government Employees

d) The cash equivalent may be allowed if the employee spends a sum 3 times of the value of the fare given above.

e) The amount both on account of leave encashment and fare shall be admissible if the employee spends (i) an amount equal to the value of leave encashment and; (ii) an amount 3 times of the cash equivalent of deemed fare, as given above on purchase of such items / availing of such services which carry a GST rate of not less than 12% from GST registered vendors / service providers through digital mode and obtains a voucher indicating the GST number and the amount of GST paid.

f) The admissible payment shall be restricted to the full value of the package [leave encashment as admissible for LTC and deemed fare] or depending upon the spending as per example given at Annexure-A.

g) While TDS is applicable in the case of leave encashment, since the cash reimbursement of LTC fare is in lieu of deemed actual travel, the same shall be allowed exemption on the lines of existing income-tax exemption available to LTC fare. The legislative amendment to the provisions of the Income-Tax Act, 1961 for this purpose shall be proposed in the due course. Hence, TDS shall not be required to be deducted on the reimbursement of deemed LTC fare.

Also check: LTC Fare list September 7, 2020 – Central Government Employees

3. Head of the Departments / DDOs may make reimbursement under this package as per the details given above on receipt of invoices of purchases made / services availed during the period post the issuance of this order from the employees who are desirous to avail this package. It may be noted that in order to avail this package an employee should opt for both leave encashment and LTC fare.

4. An amount upto 100% of leave encashment and 50% of the value of deemed fare may be paid as advance into the bank account of the employee which shall be settled based on production of receipts towards purchase and availing of goods and services as given in Para 2(e). The claims under this package (with or without advance) are to be made and settled within the current financial year. Non-utilization / under-utilization of advance is to be accounted for by the DDOs in accordance with the extant provisions relating to LTC advance i.e. immediate recovery of full advance in the case of non-utilisation and recovery of unutilized portion of the advance with penal interest.

5. These orders will take effect from the date of issuance of this Office Memorandum and will be in force during the current financial year till 31st March, 2021.

6. All the Ministries/ Departments are requested to bring the contents of this OM to the notice of all its Attached and Subordinate offices for their information.

Also check: Relaxation of purchase of air tickets from authorized Travel Agents for the purpose of LTC

Hindi version of this Office Memorandum will follow.

(B.K.Manthan)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

To

 All the Ministries/ Departments of the Government of India.

Source: DoE

Sunday, 11 October 2020

Central Government Employees Status of Cadre Review Proposals as on 30.09.2020 Latest DoPT Orders 2020

Latest DoPT Orders 2020

Status of Cadre Review proposals processed in Cadre Review Division of DoPT from 1st January 2015 to 30th September, 2020

latest dopt orders 2020

A. Approved by Cabinet

S. No.Name of the ServiceCRC*
Meeting
Cabinet Approval
1.Indian Civil Accounts Service17.07.201316.01.2015
2Border Road Engineering Service26.02.201507.04.2015
3Defence Aeronautical Quality Assurance Service08.01.201506.05.2015
4Indian Trade Service06.05.201401.07.2015
5Indian Statistical Service24.06.201429.07.2015
6Indian Skill Development Service10.04.201507.10.2015
7Indian Postal Service28.12.201525.05.2016
8Central Reserve Police Force15.12.201529.06.2016
9Indian Information Service05.05.201624.08.2016
10Border Security Force29.06.201612.09.2016
11Indian P & T Accounts and Finance Service17.09.201527.10.2016
12Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Indian Enterprise Development Service (IEDS)28.12.201521.12.2016
13Indian Telecom Service06.10.201621.12.2016
14Central Engineering Service (Roads)25.04.201606.03.2017
15Indian Naval Material Management Service24.10.201322.06.2017
16Indian Defence Accounts Service09.09.201619.07.2017
17Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) (Group ‘A’ Combatised)19.7.201720.12.2017
18Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)15.05.201710.01.2018
19Indian Petroleum and Explosive Safety Service (IPESS)09.01.201702.05.2018
20Indian Railways Personnel Service19.04.201819.02.2019
21Indian Railways Traffic Service19.04.201819.02.2019
22Indian Railways Stores Service19.04.201819.02.2019
23Indian Railways Accounts Service19.04.201819.02.2019
24Indian Railways Service of Mechanical Engineers19.04.201819.02.2019
25Indian Railways Service of Electrical Engineers19.04.201819.02.2019
26Indian Railways Service of Engineers19.04.201819.02.2019
27Indian Railways Service of Signal Engineers19.04.201819.02.2019
28Indo Tibetan Border Police08.02.201923.10.2019
29Indian P&T Building Works02.08.201906.11.2019

* CRC – Cadre Review Committee

Also Check: Status of Cadre Review proposals processed in Cadre Review Division of DoPT from 1st January, 2014 to 31st August, 2020

Under Secretary (CRD)
1/10/ 2020

B. Status of Proposals under consideration

S.No.Name of the ServiceStatus

(1) Meeting of Cadre Review Committee held (4)

1.Indian Defence Estates ServiceCCA* to take approval of the Cabinet.
2.Indian Naval Armament ServiceCCA* to take approval of the Cabinet.
3.Survey of India Group ‘A’As per direction of CRC and Cabinet Sectt., issues to be addressed and revised proposal to be sent for consideration of CRC. Deptt. of Science & Technology to provide input.
4.Indian Cost Accounts ServiceAs per deliberations held in meeting of CRC, DoE/CAC to submit revised proposal. Revised proposal has been received from DoE and is under consideration.

(2) Pending with Cabinet Secretariat (1)

5.Indian Radio Regulatory ServiceProposal to be considered by the Cadre Review Committee.

(3) Pending with Department of Expenditure (8)

6.Indian Ordnance Factories Health Services (IOFHS)Meeting of CRC held on 28/08/ 2019. Revised proposal of DoPT, as per directions of CRC, sent to DoE for obtaining approval of Secretary (Expenditure).
7.Central Health Service (CHS)Proposal and recommendations of DoPT sent to DoE for obtaining approval of Secretary (Expenditure).
8.Central Geological Service Group ‘A’Proposal and recommendations of DoPT sent to DoE for obtaining approval of Secretary (Expenditure)
9.Geological Survey of India Chemical Service Group ‘A’Proposal and recommendations of DoPT sent to DoE for obtaining approval of Secretary (Expenditure)
10.Geological Survey of India Geophysical Service Group ‘A’Proposal and recommendations of DoPT sent to DoE for obtaining approval of Secretary (Expenditure)
11.Geological Survey of India Engineering Service Group ‘A’Proposal and recommendations of DoPT sent to DoE for obtaining approval of Secretary (Expenditure)
12.Indian Corporate Law ServiceProposal and recommendations of DoPT sent to DoE for obtaining approval of Secretary (Expenditure)
13.Indian Railway Health ServiceProposal and recommendations of DoPT sent to DoE for obtaining approval of Secretary (Expenditure)

(4) Pending with DoPT (2)

14.Military Engineering Service (IDSE, Surveyor, Architect)Recommendations of DoE on the proposal of Deptt. of Defence and DoPT has been received. Note for consideration of Cadre Review Committee is under finalisation for sending to Cabinet Sectt. for consideration of CRC.
15.Railway Protection ForceMinistry of Railways has submitted revised proposal which is under examination.

(5) Proposal pending with CCA for clarification/re-submission as per DoPT’s observations (3)

16.Medical Cadres of CAPFs, NSG & ARMHA to provide requisite information/clarification.
17.Indian Economic ServiceDEA to provide revised proposal
18.Indian Skill Development ServiceMSDE to provide revised proposal

*CCA – Cadre Controlling Authority

Note: (1) CCA for Services at SI. No. 16 to 18 may take necessary action at the earliest.

Also read: Calculation of monthly contribution towards cost of Pension payable during foreign service – Central Government Employees – DoPT

  • All CCAs, where previous cadre review held prior to October 2015, is requested to prepare the proposal and submit the same to DoPT at the Status of the proposal in Administrative Ministry, as on date, may be sent immediately. (mail: harmit.pahuja@gov.in , randhir.kumar14@nic.in )
  • All CCAs of Central Group ‘A’ Services to provide Statistical Profile (as on 1/7/ 2020) and Service Profile (wherever due) to (mail: harmit.pahuja@gov.in , randhir.kumar14@nic.in )

Randhir Kumar
Under Secretary (CRD)
1/10/ 2020

Source: DoPT

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9 hours of work is a normal working day for central government employees

9 hours of work is a normal working day for central government employees Central Government Employees Latest News Number of Hours o...