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Resolution of Anomalies in the 6th CPC Report

Resolution of Anomalies in the 6th CPC Report

RESOLUTION-ANOMALIES-6TH-CPC-7TH-CPC

Recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission (CPC) and several improvements made thereon by the Government have been largely well received by the armed forces personnel including ex-servicemen. Some issues regarding service conditions, pay, pension and allowances, including demand for non-functional upgradation, were subsequently received, which were examined by the Government on case to case basis.

Some of the pay concerns of armed forces personnel were also examined by a committee constituted under the chairmanship of Shri Pranab Mukherjee, the then Minister of External Affairs. The committee’s recommendation on placement of Lt Cols / equiv in Pay Band IV was accepted and implemented by the Government.

Thereafter, a committee was constituted under the chairmanship of the Cabinet Secretary in 2012, to examine certain pay and pension issues of armed forces personnel. All the recommendations of Cabinet Secretary Committee related to ex-servicemen were implemented. The Committee’s recommendations on pay related issues were referred to the 7th CPC.

The improvement of service conditions, pay, allowances and retirement benefits of armed forces personnel is a continuous process, which is examined in consultation with various stakeholders, and on case to case basis.

This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri Rajeev Chandra Sekhar in Rajya Sabha today.

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6th CPC DA Orders – Armed Forces Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank including NCs(E)

6th CPC DA Orders – Armed Forces Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank including NCs(E)

Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 01.07.2016 to Armed Forces Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank including NCs(E) continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/grade pay as per 6th pay Central Pay Commission

F.No.1(2)/2004/D (Pay/Services)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence

New Delhi, 23rd November, 2016

To
The Chief of the Army Staff
The Chier Of the Air staff
The Chief of the Naval Staff

Subject: Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 01.07.2016 to Armed Forces Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank including NCs(E) continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/grade pay as per 6th pay Central Pay Commission.

Sir,
I am directed to refer to this Ministry’s letter No. 1(2)/2004/D (Pay/Services) dated 18rh April, 2016 on the subject cited above and to say that the President is pleased to decide that the Dearness Allowance payable to Armed Forces Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank, including Non-Combatants (Enrolled), shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 125% to 132% with effect from 1st July, 2016.

2. The provisions contained in paras 2, 4 and 5 of this Ministry’s letter No. 1(2)/2004/D(Pay/Services) dated 25th September 2008 shall continue to be applicable wvhile regulating Dearness Allmvance under these orders.

3. This letter issues with the concurrence of Finance Division of this Ministry vide their Dy. No.1/3/2008-E-II(B), dated 21.11.2016 based on the Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) No.1/3/2008-E-II(B), dated 9th November, 2016.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Prashant Rastogi)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

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Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 1.7.-2016 to employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/grade pay as per 6th Central Pay Commission Dearness Allowance calculator for DA from January 2017

7% of 6th CPC Dearness Allowance Increased from 1.7.2016 – Finmin Order

“who continue to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay band/grade pay as per 6th CPC recommendations, shall be enhanced from the existing 125% to 132% w.e.f. 01.07.2016″

Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 1.7.2016 to employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the re-revised pay scale/grade pay as per 6th Central Pay Commission

No.1/3/2008-E.II(B)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

New Delhi, dated the 9th November, 2016.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 1.7.-2016 to employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/grade pay as per 6th Central Pay Commission Dearness Allowance calculator for DA from January 2017

Consequent upon acceptance of the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission by the Government, this Department vide O.M.No. 1/2/2016-E.II(B) dated 4th November, 2016 had. issued orders on rate of Dearness Allowance (DA) payable to Central Government employees based on the revised pay structure that came into effect from 01.01.2016.

2. The above rate, however, is not applicable to- those Central Government employees who had exercised an option to continue in the pre-revised scales of pay based on 6th CPC’s recommendations or to those whose pay and allowances had not been revised, for different reasons.

3. Further, as the recommendations of 7th CPC have not been made applicable to the employees of Central Autonomous Bodies as of now, they continue to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay band/grade pay as per 6th CPC recommendations. Therefore, the above rate of DA is also not applicable to these employees also.

4. The rate of DA w.e.f.01.01.2016 for Central Government employees and employees of Central Autonomous Bodies in pre-revised scale of pay, were issued by Department of Expenditure vide O.M.No. 1/1/2016-E.II(B) dated 7th April, 2016.

5. Accordingly, the rate of DA admissible to employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies who continue to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay band/grade pay as per 6th CPC recommendations, shall be enhanced from the existing 125% to 132% w.e.f. 01.07.2016.

6. The contents of this Office Memorandum may also be brought to the notice of the Organisations under the administrative control of the Ministries/Departments which have adopted the Central Government scales of pay.

sd/-
(Nirmala Dev)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

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Revision of the existing rates of Daily Officiating Allowance in the pay structure recommended by the 6th Central Pay Commission

Revision of the existing rates of Daily Officiating Allowance in the pay structure recommended by the 6th Central Pay Commission

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)

PC-VI No.369/2016
RBE No.80/2016

No.E(P&A)I-2011/FE-4/1

New Delhi, Dated: 04-07-2016

The General Manager
All Indian Railways & Production Units,etc

Subject: Revision of the existing rates of Daily Officiating Allowance in the pay structure recommended by the VI Central Pay Commission.

Ref: Board’s letter No.E(P&A)I-98/CPC/PA-3 dated 08.03.1999

The NFIR had raised a demand in the PNM Forum for revising the rates of Daily officiating allowance in the pay structure recommended by the VI CPC. A reference in this regard was also received from AIRF.

2. The matter has been considered by Board and have decided to revise the existing rates of Daily officiating Allowance in the VI CPC pay structure as indicated in the enclosed Annexure.

3. The revised rates of Daily Officiating Allowance are admissible from 01.09.2008. All other terms and conditions shall remain unchanged.

4. This has the sanction of the President and issues with the concurrence of the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

Source : AIRF

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COMPARISON OF PAY between 6th Pay Commission & 7th Pay Commission

COMPARISON OF PAY between 6th Pay Commission & 7th Pay Commission

COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016
PAY ON 31.12.2015 PAY ON 01.01.2016
01 Pay in Pay Band  5200.00 7000.00 18000.00
Grade Pay – GP 1800.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02 DA @ 125% as on 01.01.2016 8750.00 0
03 Total Pay 15750.00 18000.00
DEDUCTION
04 Income Tax 0.00 0.00
05 CGEIS 30.00 30.00
06 CHSS @ 1% of BP 70.00 180.00
07 Professional Tax 175.00 225.00
08 GPF @ 8.33% of BP 583.00 1499.00
09 License Fee 135.00 135.00
10 Total deduction 993.00 2069.00
11 Take Home Salary: 14757.00 15931.00
12 Increase in Salary = 18000 – 15750 2250.00
13 % of Increase in Salary 14.28%
14 Increase in Take Home Salary = 15931 – 14757 1174.00
15 % of Increase in Take Home Salary 7.9%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016
PAY ON 31.12.2015 PAY ON 01.01.2016
01 Pay in Pay Band  5200.00 7730.00 19900.00
Grade Pay – GP 1900.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02 DA @ 125% as on 01.01.2016 9125.00 0
03 Total Pay 16855.00 19900.00
DEDUCTION
04 Income Tax 0.00 0.00
05 CGEIS 30.00 30.00
06 CHSS @ 1% of BP 77.00 199.00
07 Professional Tax 175.00 225.00
08 GPF @ 8.33% of BP 644.00 1658.00
09 License Fee 135.00 135.00
10 Total deduction 1061.00 2125.00
11 Take Home Salary: 15794.00 17775.00
12 Increase in Salary = 19900 – 16855 3045.00
13 % of Increase in Salary 18.06%
14 Increase in Take Home Salary = 17775 – 15794 1981.00
15 % of Increase in Take Home Salary 12.54%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016
PAY ON 31.12.2015 PAY ON 01.01.2016
01 Pay in Pay Band  5200.00 8460.00 21700.00
Grade Pay – GP 2000.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02 DA @ 125% as on 01.01.2016 10575.00 0
03 Total Pay 19035.00 21700.00
DEDUCTION
04 Income Tax 0.00 0.00
05 CGEIS 30.00 30.00
06 CHSS @ 1% of BP 85.00 217.00
07 Professional Tax 175.00 225.00
08 GPF @ 8.33% of BP 707.00 1808.00
09 License Fee 135.00 135.00
10 Total deduction 1132.00 2415.00
11 Take Home Salary: 17903.00 19285.00
12 Increase in Salary = 21700 – 19035 2665.00
13 % of Increase in Salary 14%
14 Increase in Take Home Salary = 19285 – 17903 1382.00
15 % of Increase in Take Home Salary 7.72%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016
PAY ON 31.12.2015 PAY ON 01.01.2016
01 Pay in Pay Band  5200.00 9910.00 25500.00
Grade Pay – GP 2400.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02 DA @ 125% as on 01.01.2016 12388.00 0
03 Total Pay 22298.00 25500.00
DEDUCTION
04 Income Tax 0.00 0.00
05 CGEIS 30.00 30.00
06 CHSS @ 1% of BP 99.00 255.00
07 Professional Tax 175.00 225.00
08 GPF @ 8.33% of BP 826.00 2124.00
09 License Fee 310.00 310.00
10 Total deduction 1440.00 2944.00
11 Take Home Salary: 20858.00 22556.00
12 Increase in Salary = 25500 – 22298 3202.00
13 % of Increase in Salary 14.36%
14 Increase in Take Home Salary = 22556 – 20858 1698.00
15 % of Increase in Take Home Salary 8.14%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016
PAY ON 31.12.2015 PAY ON 01.01.2016
01 Pay in Pay Band  5200.00 11360.00 29200.00
Grade Pay – GP 2800.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02 DA @ 125% as on 01.01.2016 14200.00 0
03 Total Pay 25565.00 29200.00
DEDUCTION
04 Income Tax 473.00 836.00
05 CGEIS 30.00 30.00
06 CHSS @ 1% of BP 114.00 292.00
07 Professional Tax 225.00 225.00
08 GPF @ 8.33% of BP 946.00 2432.00
09 License Fee 310.00 310.00
10 Total deduction 2098.00 4125.00
11 Take Home Salary: 23467.00 25075.00
12 Increase in Salary = 29200 – 25565 3635.00
13 % of Increase in Salary 14.22%
14 Increase in Take Home Salary = 25075 – 23467 1608.00
15 % of Increase in Take Home Salary 6.8%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016
PAY ON 31.12.2015 PAY ON 01.01.2016
01 Pay in Pay Band  9300.00 13500.00 35400.00
Grade Pay – GP 4200.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02 DA @ 125% as on 01.01.2016 16875.00 0
03 Total Pay 30375.00 35400.00
DEDUCTION
04 Income Tax 954.00 1416.00
05 CGEIS 60.00 60.00
06 CHSS @ 1% of BP 135.00 354.00
07 Professional Tax 225.00 225.00
08 GPF @ 8.33% of BP 1125.00 2948.00
09 License Fee 370.00 370.00
10 Total deduction 2869.00 5373.00
11 Take Home Salary: 27506.00 30027.00
12 Increase in Salary = 35400 – 30375 5025.00
13 % of Increase in Salary 16.54%
14 Increase in Take Home Salary = 30027 – 27506 2521.00
15 % of Increase in Take Home Salary 9.16%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016
PAY ON 31.12.2015 PAY ON 01.01.2016
01 Pay in Pay Band  9300.00 17140.00 44900.00
Grade Pay – GP 4600.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02 DA @ 125% as on 01.01.2016 21425.00 0
03 Total Pay 38565.00 44900.00
DEDUCTION
04 Income Tax 1773.00 2730.00
05 CGEIS 60.00 60.00
06 CHSS @ 1% of BP 171.00 449.00
07 Professional Tax 225.00 225.00
08 GPF @ 8.33% of BP 1428.00 3740.00
09 License Fee 370.00 370.00
10 Total deduction 4027.00 7574.00
11 Take Home Salary: 34538.00 37326.00
12 Increase in Salary = 44900- 38565 6335.00
13 % of Increase in Salary 16.4%
14 Increase in Take Home Salary = 17788 – 15403 2788.00
15 % of Increase in Take Home Salary 8.07%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016
PAY ON 31.12.2015 PAY ON 01.01.2016
01 Pay in Pay Band  9300.00 18150.00 47600.00
Grade Pay – GP 4800.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02 DA @ 125% as on 01.01.2016 22688.00 0
03 Total Pay 40838.00 47600.00
DEDUCTION
04 Income Tax 2000.00 3270.00
05 CGEIS 60.00 60.00
06 CHSS @ 1% of BP 182.00 476.00
07 Professional Tax 225.00 225.00
08 GPF @ 8.33% of BP 1512.00 3965.00
09 License Fee 370.00 370.00
10 Total deduction 4349.00 8366.00
11 Take Home Salary: 36489.00 39234.00
12 Increase in Salary =  47600 – 40838 6762.00
13 % of Increase in Salary 16.56%
14 Increase in Take Home Salary = 17788 – 15403 2745.00
15 % of Increase in Take Home Salary 7.52%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016
PAY ON 31.12.2015 PAY ON 01.01.2016
01 Pay in Pay Band  15600.00 22100.00 56100.00
Grade Pay – GP 5400.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02 DA @ 125% as on 01.01.2016 27625.00 0
03 Total Pay 49725.00 56100.00
DEDUCTION
04 Income Tax 3695.00 4970.00
05 CGEIS 120.00 120.00
06 CHSS @ 1% of BP 221.00 561.00
07 Professional Tax 225.00 225.00
08 GPF @ 8.33% of BP 1841.00 4673.00
09 License Fee 500.00 500.00
10 Total deduction 6602.00 11049.00
11 Take Home Salary: 43123.00 45051.00
12 Increase in Salary = 56100 – 49725 6375.00
13 % of Increase in Salary 12.82%
14 Increase in Take Home Salary = 45051 – 43123 1928.00
15 % of Increase in Take Home Salary 4.47%
COMPARISON OF PAY AS ON 31.12.2015 AND AS ON 01.01.2016
PAY ON 31.12.2015 PAY ON 01.01.2016
01 Pay in Pay Band  15600.00 25350.00 67700.00
Grade Pay – GP 6600.00
Total Basic Pay- BP
02 DA @ 125% as on 01.01.2016 31688.00 0
03 Total Pay 57038.00 67700.00
DEDUCTION
04 Income Tax 5158.00 7290.00
05 CGEIS 120.00 120.00
06 CHSS @ 1% of BP 254.00 677.00
07 Professional Tax 225.00 225.00
08 GPF @ 8.33% of BP 2112.00 5639.00
09 License Fee 500.00 500.00
10 Total deduction 8369.00 14451.00
11 Take Home Salary: 48669.00 53249.00
12 Increase in Salary =  67700- 57038 10662.00
13 % of Increase in Salary 18.69%
14 Increase in Take Home Salary = 17788 – 15403 4580.00
15 % of Increase in Take Home Salary 9.41%

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

NFIR has compared 7th Pay Commission pay and 6th CPC pay excluding revision in HRA. It has concluded that at lower levels only marginal increase in pay has been provided by 7th Pay Commission and that for certain levels no increase or negative increase in pay has been recommended by 7th Pay Commission

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.

TableII  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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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 …

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 Level2.

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

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-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) VIIth 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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Grant of Interim Relief to West Bengal State Government Employees Amounting to 10 % of their Band Pay

Grant of Interim Relief to West Bengal State Government Employees Amounting to 10 % of their Band Pay.

After coming to power for the second time, the Mamata Banerjee led government on Friday announced a grant of interim relief to state government employees amounting to 10 percent of their band pay.

“In our first cabinet meeting, we have decided to provide a grant of interim relief to state government employees amounting to ten percent of the band pay drawn by them,” said state Finance Minister Amit Mitra.

“This will be effective from July and will cover state employees, teachers, local government employees and pensioners,” he said.

“The interim relief is small in nature but the net impact to the state exchequer will be around Rs.3,000 crore,” said Banerjee.

The difference in dearness allowance for state employees compared to their central counterparts stands at 50 percent.

Banerjee had announced a 10 percent hike in dearness allowance for the state employees from January reducing the difference to 44 percent. Later in March, the centre hiked the allowance by another six percent.

The government in its first stint had announced the Sixth Pay Commission to review the pay structure of state government employees.

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Entitlement of various types of residential accommodations based on the revised Pay Scales recommended by 6th CPC

NFIR
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen

No. II/23/Part II

Dated: 13/05/2016

The Secretary (E),
Railway Board,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

Sub: Entitlement of various types of residential accommodations based on the revised Pay Scales recommended by 6th CPC-reg.
Ref: (i) NFIR’s PNM Item No. II/2014.

(ii) NFIR’s letter No. II/23/Part II dated 08/04/2016.

During the course of discussions on item No. I l/2014 in the PNM meeting held with the Railway Board on 08th/09th October 2015, the Official Side stated that as per entitlement of Government accommodation applicable to Central Government employees as notified by the .Ministry of Urban Development the entitlement of employees having Grade Pay Rs. 1800/- is also a Type-I quarter. It was further stated that modification of the entitlement of employees in Grade Pay 1800/- from Type-I to Type-II is not in conformity with MOUD’s Notification on the matter.

In order to examine the issue in detail and to respond further, Federation desires to have a copy of Notification issued by the Ministry of Urban Development.

NFIR, therefore, requests the Railway Board to provide copy of the notification of MOUD early.

Yours faithfully,
(Dr. M. Raghavaiah)

Copy to the General Secretaries of affiliated Unions of NFIR.
Media Centre/NFIR.
File No. II/20l4 (PNM).

Original Circular

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Railways: Stepping up of pay of Seniors drawing less pay than the Juniors

Stepping up  of pay  of  Seniors drawing less pay than  the  Juniors consequent on  fixation of pay  due to  implementation of 6th CPC recommendations between Direct Recruits and Promotees

Railways Board circular on stepping up of pay of seniors who are drawing less pay than Juniors.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS

RAILWAY BOARD

 

No. PC-VI/2010/1/RSRP/1

New Delhi, Dated: 22.03.2016

The General Secretary, NFIR,

3, Chelmsford Road,

New Delhi-110055

Sub: Stepping up  of pay of Seniors drawing less pay than  the  Juniors consequent on  fixation of pay  due to  implementation of  6th   CPC recommendations between Direct Recruits and Promotees – item no. 8 and para  no. 20 &  21 of the Record Note of the meeting of the Standing Committee of National Council JCM held on 11th  May 2014.

Ref: NFIR’s letter No. IV/NFIR/6th CPC/Main10/Pt.11 dated 02.03.2016.

Dear Sir,

In context to NFIR’s  letter under reference on stated that  instructions regarding stepping up of pay of senior promotees – with reference to such of their directly recruited Juniors; whose basic pay is more than that of their Seniors have already been issued by Ministry of Railways vide Board’s letter No.PC-VI/2010/I/RSRP/1 dated 17.02.2010 (copy enclosed for ready reference).

Yours faithfully,

For Secretary, Railway Board

Download Railway Board letter No. PC-VI/2010/1/RSRP/1 dated 22.03.2016

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6th Pay Commission Dearness Allowance ends with 6% hike at 125%

6th Pay Commission Dearness Allowance ends with 6% hike at 125%

Cabinet approves 6 percent Dearness Allowance hike for Central Government employees

“In the 7th Pay Commission report, submitted to the government on 19.11.2015, it was mentioned that the DA is assumed to be 125 percent as on 1 January, 2016, the day from which the
Commission expects its recommendations to be implemented by the government. As calculated by the 7th Pay Commission, a six percent Dearness Allowance hike is being given to the Central Government employees.”

The Dearness Allowance (DA) is paid to Central Government employees to adjust the cost of living and to protect their Basic Pay from erosion in the real value on account of inflation. Presently, DA is based on the All India Consumer Price Index (Industrial Workers).

On 23.03.2016, Wednesday, the Centre decided to give a Dearness Allowance of 6 percent to the Central Government employees in order to enable them to manage the price rise and inflation.

On the occasion of Holi, a special cabinet meeting, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was held in New Delhi on 23rd March 2016. At the end of the meeting, Mr. Ravishankar Prasad, the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, spoke to the reporters. He said, “The cabinet has decided to issue a Dearness Allowance of six percent to the Central Government employees and pensioners.”

The Dearness Allowance is expected to be calculated from January 1, 2016 onwards. This increases the total Dearness Allowance from 119 percent to 125 percent. More than 50 lakh Central Government employees and 58 lakh pensioners will benefit from this. The government will incur an additional financial burden of Rs.14,725 crores. Dearness Allowance is issued twice a year, based on inflation. The previous Dearness Allowance hike, of six percent, was issued in the month of September 2015, and had a retrospective effect from July 2015 onwards.

This is the last and final instalment of Dearness Allowance calculated by the recommendations of 6th Pay Commission. And, after implementation of 7th Pay Commission the new and first Dearness allowance from 1.7.2016 will be approved by the Cabinet in the middle of September 2016.

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West Bengal Government Sets Up Pay Commission

West Bengal Government Sets Up Pay Commission

 

Kolkata: The West Bengal Government has constituted the 6th Pay Commission for its own staff members and certain other categories of employees in the state to revise their salaries.

 

Economist Abhirup Sarkar, who is a professor of the Indian Statistical Institute, has been appointed chairman of the eight-member Pay Commission, which is scheduled to submit its report within six months.

The state Assembly elections are slated for next year and the setting up of the pay panel was made eight days after the Central Pay Commission submitted its report.

 

A Finance Department resolution yesterday said the decision was taken considering changes taken place in the structure of emoluments of state government employees in several respects since the 5th Pay Commission submitted its report.

 

The Commission will also cover employees of local bodies, panchayats, public undertakings, teaching and non-teaching staff of government aided and sponsored educational institutions.

 

As per its Terms and Reference, the Pay Commission would examine the present structure of pay and conditions of service, among other things.

 

It would examine the existing promotion policies and related issues and suggest suitable changes.

It would also examine various allowances, besides issues relating to retirement benefits.

 

To make recommendations on each of the above, the factors which will be considered included the prevailing pay structure under Central government, PSUs and other state governments, the economic condition of the country and the resources of the state government.

 

The Pay Commission will devise its own procedures and may take help of other departments and make estimate of the cost involved in implementing their recommendations.

 

“The Commission will submit their recommendations as expeditiously as practicable but preferably within a period of six months from the date of order notifying the constitution of the Commission,” the resolution said.

The Pay Commission may submit interim recommendations if found necessary or if so desired by the state government, it added.

PTI

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Payment of revised rate of Composite Personal Maintenance Allowance (CPMA) as per 6th CPC Orders

Payment of revised rate of Composite Personal Maintenance Allowance (CPMA) as per 6th CPC Orders

Ministry Of Defence
D(pay/Services)

Subject: Payment of revised rate of Composite Personal Maintenance Allowance (CPMA) as per 6th CPC Orders.

Reference CGDA UO No.AT/I/3510/6th CPC/Vol. IX dated 21.01.2015 on the above subject.

2. The matter has been examined in consultation with Defence (finance). It is clarified that composite personal Maintenance Allowance (CPMA) is admissible at single rate w.e.f. 01.09.2008 as per MoD letter No.1/54/2008/D(Pay/Services) dated 4.11.2008 irrespective whether service in kind has been provided or not. It is also clarified that MoD letter No.90099/AG/PS3(b)/1541/D(Pay/Services) dated 13.7.1998 stands obsolete after implementation of VI CPC recommendations.

(Prashant Rastogi)
Under Secretary
Ph: 23012739

Signed Copy Click here

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Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to receive Sixth Pay Commission report in December

New Delhi,: The Seventh Pay Commission headed by Justice Ashok Kumar Mathur is likely to submit its report to Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in December, presumably recommending a 40 per cent hike in salary for the central government employees.

Justice Mathur already told PTI on August 25, “The Commission may submit its report by the end of September.”

“We are likely to recommend something for the good of central government employees, after observation of inflation, the government’s financial position and salary structure of government employees in other countries. The Finance Minister will give the latest highlights,” a top official of the pay panel said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

He also said it has been mandated to recommend incentive schemes to reward excellence in productivity, performance and integrity, which it will do.

“Though previous Pay Commissions have talked about linking pay with productivity, the earlier governments have not accepted such recommendations. Since this government has shown strong political will, we hope they will accept our recommendations,” he added.

Over 5 million central government employees are expecting a bounty from the report which is likely to recommend major changes in salaries and terms of employment, including performance-linked pay and incentives.

“A joint secretary gets now Rs 128,000 as monthly salary with dearness allowance. I do not expect it to go up to more than Rs 160,000,” a joint secretary-level official of the Central Government said.

In his pre-budget speech in February, Jaitley said,“the Seventh Pay Commission impact may have to be absorbed in financial year 2016-17.”

The salary outgo of central government employees will increase in financial year 2016-17 at 15.79 per cent to Rs 1.16 lakh crore with the likely implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission award, said the statement tabled by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in Parliament on August 12.

The Seventh Pay Commission, which was set up by the UPA government, was required to submit its report by August-end. The government constitutes the Pay Commission almost every 10 years to revise the pay scale of its employees and often these are adopted by states after some modifications.

The Commission has already completed discussions with various stakeholders, including organisations, federations, groups representing civil employees as well as Defence services and is in the process of finalising its recommendations.

The recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission are scheduled to come into effect from January 1, 2016.

The Sixth Pay Commission was implemented with effect from January 1, 2006, the fifth from January 1, 1996 and the fourth from January 1, 1986.

TST

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Revision of House Rent Allowance for CPSE employees on the basis of Census – 2011

Revision of House Rent Allowance for CPSE employees on the basis of Census – 2011

No. 2(46)/2012-DPE (WC)-GL-XIII /2015
Government of India
Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises
Department of Public Enterprises
Public Enterprises Bhawan,
Block No.14, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road,
New Delhi.

Dated, the 07th Sept 2015

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Re-classification/Upgradation of Cities/Towns on the basis of Census – 2011 for the purpose of grant of House Rent Allowance (HRA) for CPSE employees

The undersigned is directed to refer to para ‘7’ of DPE OM dated 26.11.2008, para ‘2’(iii) of OM dated 02.04.2009 and DPE OM dated 07/01/2013 on the subject cited above.

2. Department of Expenditure, vide OM No. 2/5/2014-E.II(B) dated 21/07/2015, has re- classified the cities/towns on the basis of Census-2011 as “X”, “Y” and “Z” for the purpose of HRA as enumerated in the Annexure to this OM.

3. It has been decided that the re-classification of cities/towns on the basis of census 2011 for the purpose of grant of HRA as contained in the Department of Expenditure OM dated 21/07/2015 would also be implemented in the Central Public Sector Enterprises with effect from 1st April 2015.

4. These guidelines would be applicable to the employees of CPSEs who are on 2007 IDA pay scale and also to the employees on 6th CPC recommendation based CDA pay scales.

5. All the administrative Ministries/Departments of the Government of India are requested to bring the foregoing to the notice of the public sector enterprises under their administrative control for their information and necessary action.

6. This issues with the approval of Minister (HI & PE).

sd/-
(S Meenakshisundaram)
Director

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Release of additional instalment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief to Pensioners due from 1.7.2015

Release of additional instalment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief to Pensioners due from 1.7.2015
Cabinet_Approved_6percent_Hike_Dearness_AllowanceThe Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has approved release of an additional instalment of Dearness Allowance (DA) to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief (DR) to Pensioners w.e.f. 01.07.2015. This represents an increase of 6 percent over the existing rate of 113 percent of the Basic Pay/Pension, to compensate for price rise.

This will benefit about 50 lakh Government employees and 56 lakh pensioners.

The increase is in accordance with the accepted formula, which is based on the recommendations of the 6th Central Pay Commission (CPC). The combined impact on the exchequer on account of both Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief would be in the order of Rs. 6655.14 crore per annum and Rs.4436.76 crore in the financial year 2015-16 (for a period of 8 months from July, 2015 to February, 2016).

PIB

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7TH CPC Will Increase Central Government Pay Only By 15% – Should We Accept?

Big Expectations from 7th CPC and Low possibilities projected by Union Finance Minister!

 

Honourable Finance Minister Shri.Arun Jaitely had spoken about the possible impact of 7th CPC recommedations in Parliament.

 

The Speech is critically reviewed by Comrade Elangovan of DREU.

 

I am reproducting the comments of Comrade Elangovan for the consideration of our members:

 

7TH CPC WILL INCREASE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT PAY ONLY BY 15% – SHOULD WE ACCEPT?

R.ELANGOVAN,
WORKING PRESIDENT, DREU

 

1. The Medium Term Expenditure Framework statement has not yet been uploaded in Finance Ministry’s website.However I have taken the figures provided by print media including The Hindu.As per their statement the expenditure on salaries will rise by 9.56% in the fiscal 2015-16 as a result of 7th CPC implementation over the normal estimated expenditure in the 2015-16 budget to Rs.100619 crores. This means that the expenditure projected was Rs.91,839cr which if increased by 9.56% becomes Rs.100619 crores.

 

2. While going through the earlier framework statements I have come to the conclusion that the ‘salaries’ shown is pay with normal increments plus DA projected.

 

3. As per the estimated strength and provision there of statement laid as part of finance budget,the normal projection as PAY was Rs.60731 cr and so DA is Rs 31,108 as deducted from Rs 91 839 cr.The budget document does not give the DA expenditure separately. It gives the total expenditure on all allowances. I have therefore arrived at the figure based on calculations. However I have sought the expenditure on DA, HRA, and Transport Allowance separately through RTI.

 

4. The increase proposed is Rs.100619 cr from Rs.91,839 cr which means that there will be an increase of Rs.8780 cr. There won’t be any DA after 1-1-2016 up to 31-3-2016 in the fiscal 2015-16.Therefore the whole increase is on basic pay in this fiscal.

 

5. As we have already seen that the basic pay is Rs.60731 cr. the increase of Rs.8780 cr. is over this Rs.60731.This increase is 14.45% only.The expenditure projected for 2016-17 is Rs.1,12,000cr which is Rs.11,400 more over 2015-16 which works out to 11.32%. This is due to Increment, DA,HRA, TRA etc.The projection for 2017-18 is 1,16,000 cr.

 

6. If 40% of Basic Pay is to be given,the increase of expenditure in the fiscal 2015-16 must be Rs. 24000 cr as against the Rs. 8780 cr. The demand of JCM Staff side is that there must be an increase of 371% of basic pay as on 1-1-2016. With the 119% DA we would be drawing 219% already. The real increase demanded is 152% of Basic Pay. So not the 152% or 40% of 5th and 6th CPC is intended to be given to us. Only around 15% is going to be given. As The Terms Of Reference of 7TH CPC directs them to recommend only what is ‘FEASIBLE AND DESIRABLE’ to the Government.Now the Government In Parliament states only 15% is FEASIBLE AND DESIRABLE. ARE WE TO ACCEPT IT.? Some PSUs got 15%. But that is for 5 years. But for Central Government Employees it is for Ten Years. Are We To Accept?

 

7. Pension expenditure for civilian pensioners was estimated to be Rs.27,145cr and defence pension Rs.54,500 cr. The total is Rs.81645 cr. This is expected to go up to Rs.88521 cr, which is an increase of Rs.6876 cr.As there will be no Dearness Relief for the fiscal 2015-16 the increase is to be accounted only to Basic Pension.

 

8. I have sought the expenditure break up for dearness relief under RTI. However the rough calculation shows a near increase of same 15% in Pension.

 

9. The impact of 6th CPC on expenditure as per estimated strength of establishment and provision there of in respect of Central Government civilian employees was as follows:
ARREARS Rs 26084 cr. For three years mostly on Pay and DA regular PAY Increase per annum: Rs 8685 cr. These are actual figures.The 219% ofRs. 8685 cris Rs.19000 cr. EVEN THIS IS NOT GIVEN.

10.We must issue a warning to the government afresh demanding acceptance of our demand.I recall my earlier note where in I had quoted Bibek Debroy’s report that the 7th CPC will not be that destabilising to the Government as that of 6th CPC. GOVERNMENT PROVES THAT.

 

Source: http://postalpensioners.blogspot.in/

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Finance ministry braces for 7th Pay Commission recommendations

Finance ministry braces for 7th Pay Commission recommendations: LiveMint Article
Salary, pension costs set to grow 15.8% and 16%, respectively, in FY17, leaving govt less money to build capital assets 
New Delhi: The finance ministry is apprehensive about the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission, expected this month, significantly increasing the revenue expenditure of the government in the next fiscal, leaving it less money to spend on building capital assets.
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In the medium-term expenditure framework statement laid before Parliament on Wednesday, the finance ministry said salary and pension expenditure is expected to rise by 15.8% and 16%, respectively, in 2016-17, which may leave capital expenditure room to grow by no more than 8% during the year.

Total revenue expenditure is expected to jump 8.1% to Rs.16.6 trillion in 2016-17 against a budgeted growth of 3.1% in 2015-16. During the same period, growth in capital expenditure is expected to slow to 8%, at Rs.2.6 trillion, from a budgeted growth of 25.4%.
The finance ministry said award of the Seventh Pay Commission’s suggestions, with their consequent impact on government finances, “poses a risk”.
The government appointed the Seventh Pay Commission on 28 February 2014 under chairman, Justice Ashok Kumar Mathur, with a time frame of 18 months to make its recommendations.
“The pay commission impact may have to be absorbed in 2016-17. The phase of consolidation, extended by one year, will also be spanning out in this period. Thus, in the medium-term framework, the fiscal position will continue to be stressed,” the finance ministry said in the 2015-16 budget presented in February.
The Union budget cut the plan expenditure for the first time in many years by Rs.2,657 crore to Rs.4.7 trillion in 2015-16 from the revised estimate of 2014-15, as the centre shared an additional Rs.1.86 trillion with states.
The Finance Commission has raised the united share of states in net central taxes to 42% from 32%.
The tight fiscal situation forced the government to revise its fiscal consolidation road map and set a less ambitious fiscal deficit target of 3.9% of the gross domestic product (GDP) for 2015-16 against the earlier target of 3.6% set in last year’s budget.
The Sixth Pay Commission, which was constituted in October 2006, had submitted its report in March 2008.
As a result of the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission, pay and allowances of Union government employees more than doubled between 2007-08 and 2011-12—from Rs.74,647 crore to Rs.166,792 crore, according to the Fourteenth Finance Commission (FFC) estimates.
“As a ratio of GDP, it jumped from a little over 0.9% in 2007-08 to 1.2% in 2008-09 and about 1.4% in 2009-10 on account of both pay revision and payment of arrears. However, it moderated to a little over 1% in 2012-13,” the Finance Commission said.
The recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission were implemented by states with a delay mainly between 2009-10 and 2011-12, with “significant expenditure outgo”, FFC said.
FFC had said that while the finance ministry projects an increase in pension payments by 8.7% in 2015-16, a 30% increase is expected in 2016-17 on account of the impact of the Seventh Pay Commission, followed by an annual growth rate of 8% in subsequent years.

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Confederation served strike notice to Cabinet Secretary on 11.8.2015 – 2.9.2015 All India Strike

Confederation served strike notice to Cabinet Secretary on 11.8.2015 – 2.9.2015 All India Strike

 

2nd SEPTEMBER 2015 ALL INDIA STRIKE – CONFEDERATION SERVED STRIKE NOTICE TO CABINET SECRETARY ON 11.08.2015

 

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES & WORKERS
1st Floor, North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi – 110001
Website: www.confederationhq.blogspot.com
Email: confederationhq@gmail.com

President
K. K. N. Kutty
09811048303

Secretary General
M. Krishnan
09447068125

No. Confdn/Strike/2015

Dated: 11th August 2015

To
The Cabinet Secretary,
Cabinet Secretariat,
Government of India,
Rastrapathi Bhawan,
NEW DELHI – 110004.

 

Sir,

This is to give notice that the employees who are members of the affiliated organisations of the Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers will go on one day’s strike on 2nd September, 2015. The Charter of demands in pursuance of which the employees will embark upon the one day strike action is enclosed.

 

Thanking you,

Yours faithfully,

Sd/-
M. Krishnan,
Secretary General

Encl: Charter of demands.

CHARTER OF DEMANDS

 

1. Urgent measures for containing price-rise through universalisation of public distribution system and banning speculative trade in commodity market.

 

2. (a) Containing unemployment through concrete measures for employment generation.
 

(b) No ban on creation of new posts. Fill up all vacant posts.

 

3. (a) Strict enforcement of all basic labour laws without any exception or exemption and stringent punitive measure for violation for labour laws. Withdraw the anti-worker Labour Law Amendments
 

(b) No labour reforms which are inimical to the interest of the workers.

 

4. (a) Universal social security cover for all workers
 

(b) Scrap PFRDA Act and re-introduce the defined benefit statutory pension scheme.

 

5. (a) Fix minium wage with provisions of indexation.
 

(b) Effect wage revision of the Central Government Employees from 01.01.2014 accepting memorandum of the staff side JCM; ensure 5-year wage revision in future; grant interim relief and merger of 100% of DA; Include Gramin Dak Sevaks within the ambit of 7th CPC. Settle all anomalies of 6th CPC.

 

6. (a) Stoppage of disinvestment in Central/State PSUs. Stoppage of contractorisation in permanent perennial work and payment of same wage and benefits for contract workers as regular workers for same and similar work.

 

(b) No outsourcing, contractorisation, privatization of governmental functions; withdraw the proposed move to close down the printing presses, the publications, form stores and stationery departments and medical stores Depots; regularize the existing daily-rated/casual and contract workers and absorption of trained apprentices.

 

7. Removal of all ceilings on payment and eligibility of bonus, provident fund; increase the quantum of gratuity.

 

8. (a) Compulsory registration of trade unions within a period of 45 days from the date of submitting applications; and immediate ratification of ILO Convention C 87 and C 98.

 

(b) Revive the JCM functioning at all level as an effective negotiating forum for settlement of

the demands of the Central Government Employees.

 

9. (a) Against FDI in Railways, Insurance and Defence.

 
(b) No Privatisation, PPP or FDI in Railways, Defence Establishment and no corporatization of Postal services.

 

10. Remove arbitrary ceiling on compassionate appointment.

 

11. Ensure five promotions in the serve career.

 

Source: www.confederationhq.blogspot.in

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Benefits of Sixth Pay Commission to the employees who retired before 1.1.2006

Benefits of Sixth Pay Commission to the employees who retired before 1.1.2006

 

In Rajya Sabha on 6.8.2015, Minister of DoPT Shri Jitendra Singh replied in a writeen form to the subsequent questions regarding the benefit of minimum pension to the pensioners retired before 01.01.2006.

 

He said, In its order dated 01.11.2011, Hon’ble Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), Principal Bench allowed some petitions granting the benefit of minimum pension to the pensioners retired before 01.01.2006 as per the fitment tables applicable to the employees serving as on 01.01.2006. The order dated 01.11.2011 of Hon’ble CAT was upheld by the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi vide its order dated 29.04.2013 in Writ Petition (C) No. 2348-50/2012.

 

The Special Leave Petition No.36148-50/2013 filed by the Government against the order dated 29.04.2013 of Hon’ble High Court of Delhi has been dismissed by Hon’ble Supreme Court on 17.03.2015.

 

Following the dismissal of the SLPs filed by the Government, Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare has issued orders vide OM No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 30.07.2015 in implementation of the orders of the Hon’ble Supreme Court.

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