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Posting of Government employees who have differently abled dependents – Dopt Orders on 5.1.2016

Posting of Government employees who have differently abled dependents – Dopt Orders on 5.1.2016

No.42011/3/2014-Estt.(Res)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
North Block, New Delhi,
dated the 05th January, 2016
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: Posting of Government employees who have differently abled dependents- reg.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s OM of even number dated 06.06.2014 and 17.11.2014 exempting a Government employee, who is also a care giver of disabled child, from the routine exercise of transfer/rotational transfer subject to the administrative constraints. The word ‘disabled’ includes (i) blindness or low vision (ii) hearing impairment (iii) locomotor disability or cerebral palsy (iv) leprosy cured (v) mental retardation (vi) mental illness (vii) multiple disabilities and (viii) autism.

2. The matter regarding the scope of ‘disabled’ has been examined in consultation with the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities. Considering the fact that the child suffering from “Thalassemia” and “Haemophilia” requires constant caregiver support and it would be imperative for the Government employees to take care of their child suffering from “Thalassemia” and “Haemophilia” on continuous basis, it has been decided to include “Thalassemia” and “Haemophilia” in the term of ‘disabled’ defined in Para 3 of the above mentioned OM dated o6.06.2014-

3. The term ‘disabled’ as defined herein and in OM dated 06.06.2014 and 17.11.2014 is applicable only as grounds for seeking exemption from routine transfer/rotational transfer of a Government employee who have disabled child.

4. All the Ministries/Departments are requested to bring these instructions to the notice of all concerned under their control.

Encl: As above.
(G. Srinivasan)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India
Authority: www.persmin.gov.in
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NFIR compares 7th pay commission pay matrix and 6th pay commission pay

NFIR compares 7th pay commission pay matrix and 6th pay commission pay

NFIR compares 7th pay commission pay matrix and 6th pay commission pay including HRA – NFIR concludes that net benefit is marginal at Level-1, and minus  at Level–2. When taking income tax deduction in to account pay increase at higher levels will also be minimal


During  discussions  with the Hon’ble  MR and the Board (CRB,  FC,  MS) on 23rd December 2015, the NFIR  General Secretary  has expressed that there is all-round  unhappiness on 7th CPC recommendations as in many cases the ‘Take  Home Pay’  is either very marginal  or less than  what  is  received  by the  employee  now.

The  Federation  also  disputed  the estimated financial  implications  (Rs.28,500 crores)  and said that the estimated  expenditure  has been exaggerated.  It was also brought to the notice of the MR the retrograde recommendations  of 7th CPC,  while the case of Railway employees  of various categories  was not dealt adequately and the Railway  Ministry  has unfortunately  not apprised the inadequacies of Grades Pay and Pay Band of 6th CPC to the Chairman,  7th CPC.

As  desired  vide  note  dated  23/12/2015,  the  Federation   furnishes  the  following  details  as Annexures to this letter.

(a) Table –I   gives   the  position   of  6th   CPC   minimum   pay   in  Pay  Band   &  Grade   Pay (PB-I   to PB-3) as on 01/01/2016.

(b) Table-I  (a) explains  the 7th CPC minimum pay from Level-1 to Level-12  of the Pay Matrix . A comparison  of Table-I  with Table-I (a)  reveals that the net benefit is marginal at Level-1, minus  at Level–2.

However,  there  may be substantial  increase   from Level- 7  and above.  If Income Tax deduction  takes place, the increase will fall.

6th And 7th Cpc Pay Comparison Table

TABLE-1                VI th CPC pay at the minimum of the Pay bands as on 01/01/2016
Pay Band
GP
PAY
DA
HRA
TR/ALL
GROSS
PF
PTAX
CGIS
DED
NET
PB-I
5200-20200
1800
7000
8750
2100
1350
19200
840
150
30
1020
18180
PB-I
5200-20200
1900
7730
9663
2319
1350
21062
928
200
30
1158
19904
PB-I
5200-20200
2000
8460
10575
2538
3600
25173
1015
200
30
1245
23928
PB-1
5200-20200
2400
9910
12388
2973
3600
28871
1189
200
30
1419
27451
PB-I
5200-20200
2800
11360
14200
3408
3600
32568
1363
200
30
1593
30975
PB-II
9300-34800
4200
13500
16875
4050
3600
38025
1620
200
30
1850
36175
PB-II
9300-34800
4600
17140
21425
5142
3600
47307
2057
200
30
2287
45020
PB-II
9300-34800
4800
18150
22688
5445
3600
49883
2178
200
60
2438
47445
PB-II
9300-34800
5400
20280
25350
6084
7200
58914
2434
200
60
2694
56220
PB-III
15600-39100
5400
21000
26250
6300
7200
60750
2520
200
120
2840
57910
PB-III
15600-39100
6600
25350
31688
7605
7200
71843
3042
200
120
3362
68481
PB-III
15600-39100
7600
29500
36875
8850
7200
82425
3540
200
120
3860
78565


TABLE-
(a)VII th CPC pay at the minimum of the Pay Matrix level as on 01/01/2016
LEVEL I
PAY
DA
HRA
TR/ALL
GROSS
PF
PTAX
CGIS
DED
NET
GROSS DIFF
NET DIFF
1
18000
0
4320
1350
23670
2160
200
1500
3860
19810
4470
1630
2
19900
0
4776
1350
26026
2388
200
1500
4088
21938
2715
-216
3
21700
0
5208
3600
30508
2604
200
1500
4304
26204
5335
2276
4
25500
0
6120
3600
35220
3060
200
1500
4760
30460
6350
3009
5
29200
0
7008
3600
39808
3504
200
1500
5204
34604
7240
3629
6
35400
0
8496
3600
47496
4248
200
2500
6948
40548
9471
4373
7
44900
0
10776
3600
59276
5388
200
2500
8088
51188
11969
6168
8
47600
0
11424
3600
62624
5712
200
2500
8412
54212
12742
6768
9
53100
0
12744
7200
73044
6372
200
2500
9072
63972
14130
7752
10
56100
0
13464
7200
76764
6732
200
5000
11932
64832
16014
6922
11
67700
0
16248
7200
91148
8124
200
5000
13324
77824
19306
9344
12
78800
0
18912
7200
104912
9456
200
5000
14656
90256
22487
11691

Source: NFIR
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Comparison of 7th Pay Commission and 6th CPC Pay excluding HRA

Comparison of 7th Pay Commission and 6th CPC Pay excluding HRA

Comparison of 7th Pay Commission and 6th CPC Pay excluding HRA – NFIR provides data that shows that increase in pay by way of revision pay proposed by 7th pay commission from the Level 1 to 6 is marginal and from Level 7 there is no increase

During  discussions  with the Hon’ble  MR and the Board (CRB,  FC,  MS) on 23rd December 2015, the NFIR  General Secretary  has expressed that there is all-round  unhappiness on 7th CPC recommendations as in many cases the ‘Take  Home Pay’  is either very marginal  or less than  what  is  received  by the  employee  now.

The  Federation  also  disputed  the estimated financial  implications  (Rs.28,500 crores)  and said that the estimated  expenditure  has been exaggerated.  It was also brought to the notice of the MR the retrograde recommendations  of 7th CPC,  while the case of Railway employees  of various categories  was not dealt adequately and the Railway  Ministry  has unfortunately  not apprised the inadequacies of Grades Pay and Pay Band of 6th CPC to the Chairman,  7th CPC.

Table–II  indicates  6th  CPC minimum pay in GP+  Pay Band without  HRA.

Table-II  (a)  gives 7th CPC  minimum  pay  without   HRA  (staff  in occupation   of Railway quarters are not entitled for HRA).

[A comparison  of Table-II with Table-II (a) shows minus  ‘Take  Home Pay’   for employees of Level- I  to Level-6 of Pay Matrix and equally  marginal  increase to those  in Level-7,  8 & 9 of Pay Matrix. Again  in Level- 10 the ‘Take  Home  Pay’  will be less than the present amount. Overall position  will be either “minus” or “marginal increase”.  The Income Tax deduction would further worsen.]

TABLE- II          VI th CPC pay at the minimum of the Pay bands without HRA as on 01/01/2016
Pay Band
GP
PAY
DA
HRA
TR/ALL
GROSS
PF
PTAX
CGIS
DED
NET
PB-I
5200-20200
1800
7000
8750
0
1350
17100
840
150
30
1020
16080
PB-I
5200-20200
1900
7730
9663
0
1350
20643
928
200
30
1158
19485
PB-1
5200-20200
2000
8460
10575
0
3600
24635
1015
200
30
1245
23390
PB-I
5200-20200
2400
9910
12388
0
3600
28298
1189
200
30
1419
26878
PB-I
5200-20200
2800
11360
14200
0
3600
31960
1363
200
30
1593
30367
PB-11
9300-34800
4200
13500
16875
0
3600
33975
1620
,200
30
1850
32125
PB-Il
9300-34800
.   4600
17140
21425
0
3600
42165
2057
200
30
2287
39878
PB-Il
9300-34800
4800
18150
22688
0
3600
44438
2178
200
60
2438
42000
PB-Il
9300-34800
5400
20280
25350
0
7200
52830
2434
200
60
2694
50136
PB-Ill
15600-39100
5400
21000
26250
0
7200
54450
2520
200
120
2840
51610
PB-I11
15600-39100
6600
25350
31688
0
7200
64238
3042
200
120
3362
60876
PB-111
15600-39100
7600
29500
36875
0
7200
73575
3540
200
120
3860
69715

TABLE-II (a)    VII th CPC pay at the minimum of the level without HRA as on 01/01/2016
LEVEL
PAY
DA
HRA
TR/ALL
GROSS
PF
PTAX
CGIS
DED
NET
GROSS DIFF
NET DIFF
1
18000
0
0
1350
19350
2160
200
1500
3860
15490
2250
-590
2
19900
0
0
1350
21250
2388
200
1500
4088
17162
608
-2323
3
21700
0
0
3600
25300
2604
200
1500
4304
20996
665
-2394
4
25500
0
0
3600
29100
3060
200
1500
4760
24340
803
-2538
5
29200
0
0
3600
32800
3504
200
1500
5204
27596
840
-2771
6
35400
0
0
3600
39000
4248
200
2500
6948
32052
5025
-73
7
44900
0
0
3600
48500
5388
200
2500
8088
40412
6335
534
8
47600
0
0
3600
51200
5712
200
2500
8412
42788
6763
789
9
53100
0
0
7200
60300
6372
200
2500
9072
51228
7470
1092
10
56100
0
0
7200
63300
6732
200
5000
11932
51368
8850
-242
11
67700 –
0
0
7200
74900
8124
200
5000
13324
61576
10663
700
12
78800
0
0
7200
–86000
9456
200
5000
14656
71344
12425
1629

Source: NFIR
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Decrease in Take Home Salary from 6th to 7th Pay Commission – IRTSA

Decrease in Take Home Salary from 6th to 7th Pay Commission – IRTSA

7thCPC PAY HIKE – IS IT A HIKE OR A FARCE ?
THE CAUSE IS HIDDEN
THE EFFECT IS VISIBLE TO ALL

7th CPC has submitted its report to the Government and the additional expenditure projected by the PAY Commission is of 1.02 lakh rupees. As outsiders many of the country men started crying hoarse that the Govt. employees are taking away lions’ share of its income.

Out of the projected 1.02 lakh hike, just above 1/4th is going to be borne by Indian Railways within its own budget; centre has to bear 1/4th towards pension, 1/4th towards allowances and only 1/4th towards Pay. Govt. need to borne only Rs.27,750 crores towards increase in pay. Allowances need not be taken as higher expenditure since they are part of compensation towards inflation and expenditure incurred in discharge of official duties.

7th CPC itself observed that financial impact on account of increase in pay, allowances & pension will be 23.55%. Increase on account of Pay & DA (excluding other allowances) will be to the tune of 16%. At present, without implementing 7th CPC Report, Year on year increase in the expenditure in both pay and pension has averaged about 11% of the Central Expenditure. Thus real increase on account of increase in pay, all allowances & pension will be only 12.55% (23.55% – 11% = 12.55%). Real increase on account of Pay & DA will be only 5% (16% – 11% = 5%).

IS THERE A REAL INCREASE IN TAKE HOME PAY?

Real increase in minimum wage between 6th CPC & recommended 7th CPC scales will be Rs.2250. Employees’ contribution to National Pension scheme will increase from Rs.700 to Rs.1800 and for CGEGIS it will increase from present Rs.30 to Rs.1500. Therefore increase in real wage (take home pay) of Rs.2250 will be eaten away by Rs.900 increased contribution for NPS plus Rs.1500 for CGEGIS. Net take home pay will have a negative growth of Rs.320 (Rs.1100 + Rs.1470 – Rs.2250 = Rs. – 320) as illustrated in the table below:


nps-7thCPC-PAY HIKE


WILL THERE BE ANY ADDITIONAL EXPENDITURE DUE TO PAY HIKE RECOMMENDED BY 7TH CPC?

Government will take back into its treasury Rs. 6500 crores from increased monthly contribution towards CGEGIS and another Rs.2500 crores towards employees’ contribution for NPS from 11 lakh employees appointed after 1.1.2004. After reducing Rs.9000 crore from Rs.27,750 crore (projected increase in pay), net additional expense towards Pay will be around Rs.18,750 crores only. Even this additional expenditure is not true.

Total Expenditure on Pay & Allowance in FY 2012- 13 was Rs.1,29,599 crore. If it is indexed by 11% increase year on year, in the FY 2015-16 even without implementing 7th CPC recommendations increase on account of Pay & Allowances will be around Rs.19,500 crore. Therefore Government is not going to have any additional expenditure on account of Pay increase after the implementation of 7th CPC Report as per its recommendations.

For 2012-13, revenues foregone through various concessions to various sections are estimated at a total of Rs.5,73,627 crore which was 10 per cent higher than the total fiscal deficit of the Central Government, financial experts say, concessions must be given to have accelerated economic growth. Government employees are exposed to negative growth in their real wage – but who cares?

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