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Friday, 8 August 2014

DA Merger and Effect Date of 7th CPC – Explanation from Official Side in the Standing Committee meeting held on 7.5.2014

DA Merger and Effect Date of 7th CPC – Explanation from Official Side in the Standing Committee meeting held on 7.5.2014

    Item No 1, 2 & 3 : Terms of Reference of the 7th CPC, date of effect of the recommendations of the 7th CPC from 01.01.2011 and Merger of DA with pay

10. Secretary (Expenditure) expressed his condolences at the demise of Sh Purohit. He then mentioned that the issue of the Terms of Reference (TOR) of the 7th CPC was handled with great sensitivity and it was not correct to say that the views of the Staff Side have not been taken into account. Almost 90% of what Staff Side had suggested for the TOR for the 7th CPC was taken very seriously and only in the case of Grameen Dak Sevak (GDS) and Interim Relief there were certain issues due to which these could not be included in the TOR.

In regard to the date of effect of the recommendations, this is also one of the ToR of the 7th CPC. The date of effect of the recommendations of a Pay Commission is suggested by the Commission itself. This was the practice followed in respect of the previous central pay commissions. Therefore, the date of effect of the recommendations of the 7th CPC cannot be suggested upfront, since this would be recommended by the 7th CPC itself having regard to various factors that they may take into account.

In regard to the Interim Relief, he mentioned that this is normally given when there is delay in constitution of the Central Pay Commission. Since the 7th CPC has been set up well on time, question of interim relief was not considered necessary.

11. On the issue of merger of DA with pay he pointed out that the 6th CPC in its Report had specifically recommended against it.

As to the inclusion of a representative of labour in the composition of the 7th CPC is concerned, the composition of the 7th CPC was broadly in line with the composition of the previous three Central Pay Commissions and Government did not want to make it unwieldy.

So far as the issue relating to Pensioners is concerned, the same has been amply included in para (f) of the ToR. As regards the pay anomalies, the same would be considered by the 7th Central Pay Commission as part of its overall ToR. Since the terms of reference enable the CPC to send interim report, Secretary (Expenditure) suggested that the Staff Side might approach the 7th CPC for a report on Interim Relief and Merger of Dearness Allowance.
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Holiday Home at Udaipur (Rajasthan) – Booking started

Holiday Home at Udaipur (Rajasthan) – Booking started

Another and new holiday home has been completed and started advance booking at Udaipur in Rajasthan.

As per the office memorandum published by the Ministry of Urban Development, construction of new holiday home at Udaipur has been completed and it has been decided to commence the booking with immediate effect. As per existing categories, the holiday home at Udaipur comes under the Category of ‘A’ and accordingly, rates of booking will be charged.

Address of the Holiday Home :

    G Block, Hiran Nagari,
    Sector-14, Near C.A.Circle,
    Udaipur – 313 001

The holiday home is located about 21 km from Maharana Pratap Air Port Udaipur, 6 km from Bus stand, 6 km from Udaipur city station and 3 km form Rana Pratap Station.

#Holiday Home and Touring Hostels, #Holiday Homes, #AC charges for Holiday Homes, #Booking of Holiday Homes, #Holiday Home at Udaipur
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Will the Federations recommended salary hikes materialize in 7th Pay Commission

Will the Federations recommended salary hikes materialize in 7th Pay Commission

‘Expected Pay Scale of 7th CPC’ – This is the hottest topic of discussion among central government employees right now! Hereinafter the topic and article have become the exciting headline of discussion and make countless debates among government employees.

What will the pay scale recommended by the 7th Pay Commission be like..?

Will the 7th Pay Commission recommend the salary hike suggested by the various associations and unions..?

Particularly, Will the 7th CPC take into consideration of the proposed pay structure presented by the (JCM) Staff Side and the Confederation?


For the time being, our only answer is- we’ll have to wait and watch..!

Some of our readers have felt that the suggestions made by the NC (JCM) Staff Side and Confederation are over-ambitious and beyond the realms of imaginations. They feel that such suggestions would be even considered only by the 8th Pay Commission and also hefty hike reflected in pay scale…etc.

The associations and various federations reflect the mindset of their majority employees. Although there is no denying the fact that they have been asking for slightly high, one has to examine the way these demands were made. It is not an easy task to make a sensible memorandum based on acceptable facts. The proposed pay structure suggested by the staff side is designed on visionary thinking. In 6th pay commission also federations were suggested to fix Rs.10000 as minimum pay, but the Government had fixed it as Rs. 7000. Now they are asking to fix Rs.26000 as minimum pay instead of Rs. 7ooo.
Minimum Pay Scale in 4th CPC Rs. 750

Minimum Pay Scale in 5th CPC Rs. 2550

Minimum Pay Scale in 6th CPC Rs. 7000

Minimum Pay Scale in 7th CPC Rs. 26000 (Demanded by NC JCM Staff Side)
The crying baby only gets the milk…Nothing happens by itself.

Source: www.cgstaffnews.in
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Fraudulent LTC Claims in respect of J&K in lieu of Hometown – CGDA Circular

Fraudulent LTC Claims in respect of J&K in lieu of Hometown – CGDA Circular

Office of the Controllers General of Defence Accounts has issued an order regarding the fraudulent claims under LTC Scheme, particularly performing LTC Claims in respect of Jammu & Kashmir in lieu of home town.

The circular insists to verify the records from private airlines revealed that tickets were purchased from unauthorized agents at much lower rate as compared to the amount of claimed in LTC by producing forged/fabricated air tickets.
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Compassionate Appointments in Government are regulated as per instructions issued by Department of Personnel and Training

Job On Compassionate Ground

Compassionate Appointments in Government are regulated as per instructions issued by Department of Personnel and Training Office Memorandum No. 14014/6/94-Estt.(D) dated 09.10.1998 as amended from time to time. All these instructions have been consolidated vide Office Memorandum No. 14014/02/2012-Estt.(D) dated 16.01.2013 and as per these instructions 5% of direct recruitment vacancies in a year in Group ‘C’ posts can be filled up by compassionate appointment.

The time limit of three years for making compassionate appointment has been withdrawn vide this Department’s Office Memorandum No. 14014/3/2011-Estt.(D) dated 26.07.2012.

Department of Personnel & Training only lays down the policy of compassionate appointment which is implemented by the Administrative Ministries/Departments while considering the cases of compassionate appointment. The Administrative Ministries/Departments are required to monitor the state of implementation of compassionate appointment under their respective jurisdiction. DoP&T does not have information on specific details on the number of applications under consideration of the Union Government for appointment on compassionate grounds, Ministry-wise/Department-wise.

This information was given today by Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha by Shri Narendra Kumar Kashyap.
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Cabinet approves release of an additional instalment of DA to Central Government employees and DR to Pensioners, due from 1.1.2019

Cabinet approves release of an additional instalment of DA to Central Government employees and DR to Pensioners, due from 1.1.2019   ...

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