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7th Pay Commission to meet leadership of AIRF on 7and 8 April/2015 to seek the views of Federation

7th Pay Commission to meet leadership of AIRF on 7and 8 April/2015 to seek the views of Federation

A meeting with the 7th Central Pay Commission has been scheduled for the AIRF for two successive days viz. 7 and 8 April, 2015 at the office of 7th Pay Commission, New Delhi.

7th Pay Commission to meet leadership of AIRF on 7and 8 April, 2015 to seek the views of Federation.
MEENA AGARWAL
SECRETARY
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
SEVENTH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION

D.O No. 7CPC/158/Meetings/2015
19th March, 2015
Dear Shri Mishra,
The Seventh, Central Pay Commission has, from the time of its constitution, engaged with a variety of stakeholders on the issues which it has been mandated to cover in accordance with its terms of reference. Based on the wide ranging interaction the Commission has had in this period, certain broad issues have emerged before the Commission. The Commission has also been seeking from individual Ministries / Departments their views on the issues posed, in relation to matters that are relevant to the Ministries.

The Commission has had the occasion to interact with the Federation in May 2014. A meeting was also held on 25 February 2015 with the National Council (Staff side) wherein it was agreed that the Commission would have a detailed engagement with the Staff side as part of its final deliberations.

Accordingly, a meeting with the 7th Central Pay Commission has been scheduled for the Federation on two successive days viz. 7 and 8 April 2015. between 10.30 am and 1 pm in the Conference Room 1 floor B-14/A Chatrapati Shivaji Bhawan, Qutub Institutional Area, New Delhi,

With Regards
Yours sincerely,
sd/-
(Meena Agarwal)
Shri Shiv Gopal Mishra
General Secretary
All India Railwayrnens’ Federation
4, State Entry Road
New Delhi- 110055

Source: http://www.airfindia.org/
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Facilities to Employees of BRO

Facilities to Employees of BRO
Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Defence

20-March-2015 16:07 IST
Facilities to Employees of BRO

The workforce of Border Roads Organisation (BRO) comprises both of Army and civilian personnel. The Army personnel are governed by their own terms and conditions of service, while the civilian personnel are governed by Central Civil Service Rules and their pay and allowances are regulated pursuant to these rules at par with other Central Government employees.


However, keeping in view the service conditions of BRO, the civilian personnel have been extended some additional facilities such as Mess, Ration, CSD Canteen, Uniform, 60 days Earned Leave in a calendar year, etc., which otherwise are not entitled to other civilian employees of Central Government.

Certain facilities / allowances like retirement age of 60 years, Non-Functional Upgradation, Headquarter Allowance, Special Duty Allowance etc., are applicable for entitled Civilian personnel only and not for Army personnel.

The terms and conditions of the army and civilian personnel in BRO are governed by two different sets of Rules / Regulations; therefore, complete parity among them is not feasible.

This information was given by Defence Minister Shri Manohar Parrikar in a written reply to Shri Om Birla in Lok Sabha today.
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