7th CPC Annual Increment – Two Dates for Grant of Increment

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7th CPC Annual Increment – Two Dates for Grant of Increment

There shall be two dates for grant of increment namely, 1st January and 1st July of every year, instead of existing date of 1st July;

provided that an employee shall be entitled to only one annual increment on either one of these two dates depending on the date of appointment, promotion or grant of financial up-gradation.

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Recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission
Decision of the Government
1
The manner of drawal of annual increment to be as laid down in Para 5.1.53 of the Report.
Accepted

(2) The increment in respect of an employee appointed or promoted or granted financial upgradation including upgradation under Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS) during the period between the
2nd day of January and 1st day of July (both inclusive) shall be granted on 1st day of January and the increment in respect of an employee appointed or promoted or granted financial upgradation including upgradation under MACPS during the period between the 2nd day of July and 1st day of January (both inclusive) shall be granted on 1st day of July.

Illustration:

(a) In case of an employee appointed or promoted in the normal hierarchy or under MACPS during the period between the 2nd day of July, 2016 and the 1st day of January, 2017, the first increment shall accrue on the 1st day of July, 2017 and thereafter it shall accrue after one year on annual basis.

(b) In case of an employee appointed or promoted in the normal hierarchy or under MACPS during the period between 2nd day of January, 2016 and 1st day of July, 2016, who did not draw any increment on 1st day of July, 2016, the next increment shall accrue on 1st day of January, 2017 and thereafter it shall accrue after one year on annual basis:

Provided that in the case of employees whose pay in the revised pay structure has been fixed as on 1st day of January, the next increment in the Level in which the pay was so fixed as on 1st day of January, 2016 shall accrue on 1st day of July, 2016:

Provided further that the next increment after drawal of increment on 1st day of July, 2016 shall accrue on 1st day of July, 2017.

(3) Where two existing Grades in hierarchy are merged and the junior Government servant in the lower Grade happens to draw more pay in the corresponding Level in the revised pay structure than the pay of the senior Government servant, the pay of the senior government servant shall be stepped up to that of his junior from the same date and he shall draw next increment in accordance with this rule.

Source:  http://www.finmin.nic.in/7cpc/7thCPC_revisedpayrules25072016.pdf

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Dearness Allowance Calculation in 7th CPC Gazette Notification

Dearness Allowance Calculation in 7th CPC Gazette NotificationThe recommendations on Allowances (except Dearness Allowance) will be referred to a Committee comprising Finance Secretary and Secretary (Expenditure) as Chairman and Secretaries of Home Affairs, Defence, Health and Family Welfare, Personnel and Training, Posts and Chairman, Railway Board as Members. The Committee will submit its report within a period of four months. Till a final decision on Allowances is taken based on the recommendations of this Committee, all Allowances will continue to be paid at existing rates in existing pay structure, as if the pay had not been revised with effect from 1st day of January, 2016.

V. Dearness Allowance:

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Recommendation of the seventh Central Pay Commission
Decision of the Government
1
Existing formula and methodology for calculating Dearness Allowance to continue (Para 8.17.37 of the Report)
Accepted. The reference base for calculation of Dearness

Allowance after coming into force of the revised Pay structure shall
undergo change accordingly and will be linked to the average index as
on 01.01.2016.

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7th Central Pay Commission: Govt to set up anomalies committees

7th Central Pay Commission: Govt to set up anomalies committees

New Delhi: The Centre will set up anomalies committees to examine individual, post and cadre-specific anomalies arising out of implementation of the recommendations of seventh Central Pay Commission.

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has been authorised to take action regarding pay and related issues concerning officers of all India services–Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and Indian Forest Service (IFoS).

“Anomalies committees will be set up by Department of Personnel and Training to examine individual, post-specific and cadre-specific anomalies arising out of implementation of the recommendations of the Commission,” the Finance Ministry said in an order notifying implementation of the pay panel’s recommendations.

The three-member Seventh Central Pay Commission, which had submitted its report on November 19, 2015, was divided over the issue of financial and career-related edge given to IAS officers as against those belonging to the other services.

IAS officers presently get a two-year edge over other services for getting empanelled to come on deputation at the Centre.

Besides, they also get two additional increments at the rate of 3 per cent over their basic pay at three promotion stages i.e., promotion to the Senior Time Scale (STS), to the Junior Administrative Grade (JAG) and to the Non-Functional Selection Grade (NFSG) after putting in about four, eight and 13 years of service, respectively.

A confederation representing thousands of officers of 20 civil services, including the IPS, have been demanding pay parity and other benefits enjoyed by IAS officers.

“Regarding pay and related issues concerning All India Services, appropriate action will be taken by Department of Personnel and Training to give effect to the decisions on these matters as may be applicable to them,” the latest order issued yesterday said.

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Unions walk out of EPF Trustees Meeting

Unions walk out of EPF Trustees Meeting

Unions walk out of EPF Trustees Meeting – “There is nothing such as unclaimed EPF money and the notification is illegal,” said AITUC secretary DL Sachdev.

Central trade union leaders on Tuesday walked out from the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO)’s central board of trustees meeting protesting a Finance Ministry notification allowing unclaimed PF money to be diverted towards a Senior Citizens’ Welfare Fund.

The union leaders staged a walkout within an hour of the meeting.

“This is injustice to the workers. It’s our money. How can the government divert it to fund a so-called Fund?” said INTUC leader Ramen Pandey. All the union leaders gathered here and started demonstration in the parking area of the EPFO headquarters where the labour minister’s car was parked.

“There is nothing such as unclaimed EPF money and the notification is illegal,” said AITUC secretary DL Sachdev.

According to a Finance Ministry notification on March 18, deposits, unclaimed for over seven years, of EPF, PPF and small saving schemes such as Post Office Savings Accounts, Post Office Recurring Deposit Accounts and National Savings Certificates subscribers will be diverted towards setting up a Senior Citizens’ Welfare Fund.

According to the rules, the concerned government office “shall try to contact” every account holder of the unclaimed deposits through written notice, e-mail or telephone at least two times in 60 days before transferring the amount to the Senior Citizens’ Welfare Fund. The Senior Citizens’ Welfare Fund was announced in the last Budget.

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List of cases of upgradation of posts recommended by 7th Central Pay Commission to be referred to Department of Personnel and Training

Seventh Pay Commission Gazette Notification

 

Annexure III

List of cases of upgradation of posts recommended by 7th Central Pay Commission to be referred to Department of Personnel and Training

A (I). Upgradation other than Apex Level : 

Sl. No. Name of Posts

(Para No. of Report of Seventh Central Pay Commission)

Present Grade Pay Grade Pay recommended by Seventh Central Pay Commission
1 Junior Radiographer of Andaman and Nicobar Islands Administration (7.7.50) 2000 2800
2 Preservation Assistant, Botanical Survey of India, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (11.16.19) 2000 2400
3 Senior Technical Assistant (Survey), Ministry of Mines (11.29.15) 4200 4600
4 Senior Technical Assistant (Drawing), Ministry of Mines (11.29.15) 4200 4600
5 Technical Officer, Office of Textile Commissioner, Ministry of Textile

(11.49.9)

4200 4600
6 Assistant Director Grade-II (Technical), Ministry of Textile (11.49.9) 4600 4800
7 Assistant Accounts Officer, Finance Division of Defence, Ministry of Defence (11.12.140) 4800 5400 (PB-2) on completion of 4 years service
8 Senior Section Officer (Accounts), Ministry of Railways (11.40.83) 4800
9 Senior Travelling Inspector (Accounts), Ministry of Railways (11.40.83) 4800
10 Senior Inspector (Store Accounts), Ministry of Railways (11.40.83) 4800
11 Chemical and Metallurgical Assistant (CMA), Ministry of Railways (11.40.124) 4200 4600
12 Chemical and Metallurgical Superintendent (CMS), Ministry of Railways (11.40.124) 4600 4800
13 Assistant Chemist and Metallurgist, Ministry of Railways (11.40.124) 4800 5400 (PB-2)

A (II) Up-gradation to Apex scale:

Sl. No. Name of Posts

(Para No. of Report of Seventh Central Pay Commission)

1 Director General (Indian Coast Guard) (11.12.27)
2 Director General, Central Statistics Office, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (11.47.9)
3 Vice President of Income Tax Tribunal, Department of Legal Affairs (11.27.27)
4 Head, National Defence College (NDC), New Delhi (14.21)
5 Head, National Defence Academy (NDA), Khadakwasla, Pune (14.21)
6 Head, Defence Services Staff College (DSSC), Wellington (14.21)

B. Cases  recommended  by  Seventh  Central  Pay  Commission  in  which  no  action  is  required :

Sl. No. Name of Posts

(Para No. of Report of Seventh Central Pay Commission)

Present Grade Pay Grade Pay recommended by Seventh Central Pay Commission Remarks
1 Agriculture Assistant, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi

(11.23.170)

2400 2800 Posts do not exist
2 Gardner overseer, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi

(11.23.170)

2400 2800
3 Group Level Worker, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi

(11.23.170)

2400 2800
4 Extension Officer (Agriculture) Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi

(11.23.170)

2400 2800
5 Farm Manager Junior, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi

(11.23.170)

2400 2800
6 Assistant Store Keeper, Indian Bureau of Mines

(11.49.9)

1900 2400 This post already exists in Grade Pay 2400

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Recommendation of the 7th Central Pay Commission : Decision of the Government

7th Pay Commission Gazette Notification – ANNEXURE II

Statement  showing  the  recommendations  of  the  Seventh  Central  Pay  Commission  on  Pay relating  to  Civilian  employees  in  Group  ‘A’,  ‘B’  and  ‘C’  and  personnel  of  All  India  Services  and Government’s decisions thereon.

Sl. No. Recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission Decision of the Government
1 Minimum pay in government with effect from 01.01.2016 at Rs. 18000 per month (Para 4.2.13 of the Report) Accepted
2 Pay Matrix comprising two dimensions having horizontal range in which each level corresponds to a “functional role in the hierarchy” with number assigned 1, 2, 3 and so on till 18 and “vertical range” denoting “pay progression”. These indicate the steps of annual financial progression (Para 5.1.21 of the Report) Accepted
3 On recruitment, an employee joins at a particular level and progresses within the level as per the vertical range. The movement is usually on an annual basis, based on annual increments till the time of their next promotion. (Para 5.1.22 of the Report) Accepted
4 The fitment factor of 2.57 to be applied uniformly for all employees. (Para 5.1.27 of the Report) Accepted
5 Pay of employees to be fixed in the revised Pay Structure in the manner laid down in Paras 5.1.28 and 5.1.29 of the Report. Accepted
6 In case of upgrading of posts recommended by the Commission, the pay may be fixed in revised Pay Structure in manner laid down in Para 5.1.30 of the Report. Accepted. The recommendation regarding downgrading not accepted and, therefore, no occasion for fixation on downgrading of posts.
7 Pay of direct recruits will start at the minimum pay corresponding to the Level to which recruitment is made, which will be the first cell of each Level in the Matrix (Para 5.1.32 of the Report) Accepted
8 On promotion, pay of employees to be fixed in the manner laid down in Para 5.1.33 of the Report. Accepted

II. Annual Increments:

Sl. No. Recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission Decision of the Government
1 The manner of drawal of annual increment to be as laid down in Para 5.1.53 of the Report. Accepted

III. Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme:

Sl. No. Recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission Decision of the Government
1 MACP will continue to be administered at 10, 20 and 30 years as before. In the new Pay Matrix, the employee will move to immediate next Level in hierarchy. Fixation of pay will follow the same principle as that for a regular promotion in the Pay Matrix. MACPS will continue to be applicable to all employees up to Higher Administrative Grade (HAG) level except members of Organised Group ‘A’ Services. (Para 5.1.44 of the Report) Accepted
2 Benchmark for performance appraisal for promotion and financial upgrdation under MACPS to be enhanced from “Good” to “Very Good”. (Para 5.1.45 of the Report) Accepted
3 Withholding of annual increments in the case of those employees who are not able to meet the benchmark either for MACP or a regular promotion within the first 20 years of their service. (Para 5.1.46 of the Report) Accepted

  IV. Consolidated Pay package in Regulatory Bodies:

Sl. No. Recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission Decision of the Government
1 Consolidated pay package of Rs. 4,50,000 (Rupees Four Lakh and Fifty Thousand only) for Chairpersons of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, Securities and Exchange Board of India, Competition Commission of India, Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority, Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board, Warehousing Development and Regulatory Authority, and Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India (Para No. 13.15 (i) of the Report) Accepted
2 Consolidated pay package of Rs. 4,00,000 (Rupees Four Lakh only) for Members of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, Securities and Exchange Board of India, Competition Commission of India, Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority, Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board, Warehousing Development and Regulatory Authority, and Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India (Para No. 13.15 (i) of the Report) Accepted
3 Consolidated pay package in above cases to be raised by 25 percent as and when Dearness Allowance goes up by 50 percent. All other benefits, including Travelling Allowance/Daily Allowance on tour etc., to be provided by the Regulatory Bodies as per their rules and regulations. (Para No. 13.15 (ii) of the Report) Accepted
4 Normal replacement pay for existing Members of the remaining regulatory bodies set up under Acts of Parliament. (Para No. 13.15 (iii) of the Report) Accepted

  V. Dearness Allowance:

Sl. No. Recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission Decision of the Government
1 Existing formula and methodology for calculating Dearness Allowance to continue (Para 8.17.37 of the Report) Accepted

 

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7th Pay Commission Gazette Notification: PAY MATRIX

7th Pay Commission Gazette Notification: PAY MATRIX

ORDER 

Ordered that this Resolution be published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary.

Ordered that a copy of this Resolution be communicated to the Ministries/Departments of the Government  of  India,  State  Governments,  Administrations  of  Union  Territories  and  all  other concerned.

R.K. CHATURVEDI, Jt. Secy.

 

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7th Pay Commission Gazette Notification – Published in www.egazette.nic.in

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MINISTRY OF FINANCE
(Department of Expenditure)

RESOLUTION

New Delhi, the  25th July, 2016

No.  1-2/2016-IC

The  Seventh  Central  Pay  Commission  (Commission) was  set  up  by  the Government  of  India  vide  Resolution  No.  1/1/2013-E.III  (A),    dated  the  28th  February,  2014.  The period  for  submission  of  report  by  the  Commission  was  extended  upto  31st  December,  2015  vide Resolution   No.   1/1/2013-E.III(A),   dated   the   8th   September,   2015.   The   Commission,   on 19th  November,  2015,  submitted  its  Report  on  the  matters  covered  in  its  Terms  of Reference  as specified in the aforesaid Resolution dated the 28th February, 2014.

2. The  Government,  after  consideration,  has  decided  to  accept  the  recommendations  of  the Commission in respect of the categories of employees covered in its Terms of Reference  contained in the aforesaid Resolution dated the 28th February, 2014 in the manner as specified hereinafter.

3. The  Government  has  accepted  the  Commission’s  recommendations  on  Minimum  Pay, Fitment Factor, Index of Rationalisation, Pay Matrices and general recommendations on pay without any  material  alteration  with  the  following  exceptions  in  Defence  Pay  Matrix  in  order  to  maintain parity in pay with Central Armed Police Forces, namely :-

(i) the  Index  of  Rationalisation  of  Level  13A  (Brigadier)  in  Defence  Pay  Matrix  may  be revised upward from 2.57 to 2.67;

(ii) additional  three  stages  in  Levels  12A  (Lieutenant  Colonel),  three  stages  in  Level  13 (Colonel)  and  two  stages  in  Level  13A  (Brigadier)  may  be  added  appropriately  in  the Defence Pay Matrix.

4. (1)  The Pay Matrix, in replacement of the Pay Bands and Grade Pays as in force immediately prior to the notification of this Resolution, shall be as specified in Annexure I in respect of civilian employees.

(2)    With  regard  to  fixation  of  pay  of  the  employee  in  the  new  Pay  Matrix  as  on  1st  day  of January, 2016, the existing pay (Pay in Pay Band plus Grade Pay) in the pre-revised structure as on 31st day of December, 2015 shall be multiplied by a factor of 2.57. The figure so arrived at is to be located in the Level corresponding to employee’s Pay Band and Grade Pay or Pay Scale in the new Pay Matrix. If a Cell identical with the figure so arrived at is available in the appropriate Level, that Cell shall be the revised pay; otherwise the next higher cell in that Level shall be the revised pay of the employee.

(3)  After fixation of pay in the appropriate Level as specified in sub-paragraph (2) above, the subsequent increments in the Level shall be at the immediate next Cell in the Level.

5. There shall be two dates for grant of increment namely, 1st January and 1st July of every year, instead  of  existing  date  of  1st  July;  provided  that  an  employee  shall  be  entitled to  only  one  annual increment on either one of these two dates depending on the date of appointment, promotion or grant of financial up-gradation.

6. The  Commission’s  recommendations  and  Government’s  decision  thereon  with  regard  to revised  pay  structure  for  civilian  employees  of  the  Central  Government  and  personnel  of  All  India Services  as  specified  at Annexure  I
and  the  consequent  pay  fixation  therein  as  specified  at Annexure II shall be effective from the 1st day of January, 2016.  The arrears on this account shall be paid during the financial year 2016-2017.

7. The  recommendations  on  Allowances  (except  Dearness  Allowance)  will  be  referred  to  a Committee  comprising  Finance  Secretary  and  Secretary  (Expenditure)  as  Chairman  and  Secretaries of Home Affairs, Defence, Health and Family Welfare, Personnel and Training, Posts and Chairman, Railway  Board  as  Members.  The  Committee  will  submit  its  report  within  a  period  of  four  months. Till  a  final  decision  on  Allowances  is  taken  based on  the  recommendations  of  this  Committee,  all Allowances will continue to be paid at existing rates in existing pay structure, as if the pay had not been revised with effect from 1st day of January, 2016.

8. The  recommendations  of  the  Commission  relating  to  interest  bearing  Advances  as  well  as interest free Advances have been accepted with the exception that interest free Advances for Medical Treatment,  Travelling  Allowance  for  family  of  deceased,  Travelling  Allowance  on  tour  or  transfer and Leave Travel Concession shall be retained.

9. The  recommendations  of  the  Commission  for  increase  in  rates  of  monthly  contribution towards Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme (CGEGIS) for various categories of  employees  has  not  been  accepted.  The  existing  rates  of  monthly  contribution  shall  continue. Department of Expenditure and Department of Financial Services will work out a customised group insurance scheme for Central Government employees.

10. The  Government  has  accepted  the  recommendations  of  the  Commission  on  upgrading  of posts except for those specified at Annexure III. The recommendations on upgradation specified at Annexure  III  will  be  separately  examined  by  Department  of  Personnel  and  Training  for  taking  a comprehensive view in the matter.

11. The Government has not accepted the recommendations of the Commission on downgrading of posts and normal replacement will be provided in such cases.

12. While  revising  the  pay  of  Doctors  in  respect  of  whom  Non  Practicing  Allowance  is admissible and Railway employees in respect of whom Running Allowance is admissible, it will be ensured  that  the  actual  raise  in  pay  at  the  time  of  initial  fixation  is  about  14.29  percent  as recommended by the Commission.

13. The pay of officers posted on deputation under Central Staffing Scheme will be protected and the difference in the pay will be given to them in the form of Personal Pay to be made effective from the date of notification.

14. Recommendations not relating to pay, pension and allowances and other administrative issues specific to departments/Cadres/Posts will be examined by the Ministries/Departments concerned as per the Allocation of Business Rules or Transaction of Business Rules. Until a decision is taken  by the  Government  on  administrative  issues  pertaining to  (i)  Non  Functional  Upgradation  (NFU) presently  admissible  to  the  Indian  Police  Service/Indian  Forest  Service  and  Organised  Group    ‘A’ Services,  (ii)  two  years’  edge  to  Indian  Administrative  Service  officers  vis-a-vis  other  All  India Services/Organised  Group    ‘A’  Services  in  empanelment  under  Central  Staffing  Scheme,  (iii)  grant of two additional increments at Senior Time Scale, Junior Administrative Grade and Selection Grade to  Indian  Police  Service  and  Indian  Forest  Service at  par  with  Indian  Administrative  Service  and Indian  Foreign  Service  (iv)  a  uniform  retirement  age  for  all  ranks  in  Central  Armed  Police  Forces, where the Commission could not arrive at a consensus, status quo shall be maintained.

15. A  Committee  of  Secretaries  comprising  Secretaries  of  Departments  of  Personnel  and Training, Financial Services and Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare will be set up to suggest measures for streamlining the implementation of the National
Pension System (NPS).

16. Anomalies  Committees  will  be  set  up  by  Department  of  Personnel  and  Training  to  examine individual,   post-specific   and   cadre-specific   anomalies   arising   out   of   implementation   of   the recommendations of the Commission.

17. Regarding  pay  and  related  issues  concerning  All  India  Services,  appropriate  action  will  be taken  by  Department  of  Personnel  and  Training  to  give  effect  to  the  decisions  on  these  matters  as may be applicable to them.

18.The  Government  of  India  wishes  to  place  on  record  their  appreciation  of  the  work  done  by the Commission.

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Issue of Pension Slip to Defence Pensioners/family pensioners: PCDA

Issue of Pension Slip to Defence Pensioners/family pensioners: PCDA

Office of the Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Pension),

Draupadi Ghat, Allahabad-211014

Circular No. 184

No. AT/Tech/70-XXIV

Dated: 06.06.2016

Sub: Issue of Pension Slip to Defence Pensioners/family pensioners.

Attention is drawn to RBI letter No. DGBA.GAD. N o. H-10975/45.05.031/2006-07 dated January 9, 2007 instructing all the agencies banks to issue pension slip to all the Armed Forces Personnel/Defence Civilian Pensioners including family pensioners at the commencement of pension and thereafter whenever there is a change in the quantum of pension. RBI’s above instruction was also forwarded by this office to all banks vide this office circular N o. 128 dt. 13.07.2007.

Besides above, whenever any circular was issued by this office after 6th CPC implementation, Pension Disbursing Agencies were requested to send intimation regarding disbursement of revised pension to this office in the format prescribed with the circular concerned. Pension Disbursing Agencies were simultaneously requested to provide invariably a copy of the said format to the pensioner concerned. A brief details of circulars issued and format prescribed for intimation of revision to be carried out by PDA to this office as well as pensioners is given below.

Sl.No. Circular No. & date Proforma
1.  397 dt.18.11.2008  Annexure –IV
2. 430 dt.10.03.2010 Annexure C
3. 501 dt. 17.01.2013  Annexure D
4. 502 dt. 17.01.2013 Annexure C
5. 555 dt. 04.02.2016 Annexure B
6. 57 dt. 17.09.2008  Annexure-II

However, it has been brought to the notice of this office that Pension Disbursing Agencies are not providing the details of revised pension/family pension to the pensioners/family pensioners. Thereby due to lack of knowledge pensioners are not sure about correctness of the amount of the arrears being paid to them and most of them have a sense of suspicion against the revision.

To overcome above suspicion, it is requested that an explanatory sheet as per the enclosed format may be provided to all defence pensioners/family pensioners invariably.

(Abhishek Singh)

Asst.CDA (P)

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Frequently Observed Shortcomings in TA / DA Claims

Frequently Observed Shortcomings in TA / DA Claims

 

Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Officers)

TRANSPORTATION WING

 

FREQUENTLY OBSERVED SHORTCOMINGS IN TA/DA CLAIMS

 

I TEMP DUTY CLAIMS

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II PMT DUTY

II PMT DUTY TA DA CG Employees

 

III LTC Claims

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Brief of the Full Board Meeting held on 22.07.2016 with the federations on Strike Charter of Demands -AIRF

Brief of the Full Board Meeting held on 22.07.2016 with the federations on Strike Charter of Demands -AIRF

A.I.R.F.

ALL INDIA RAILWAYMEN’s FEDERATION

No.AIRF/24(C)

Dated: July 23, 2016

The General Secretaries,

All Affiliated Unions,

Dear Comrades!

Sub: Brief of the Full Board Meeting held on 22.07.2016 with the federations on Strike Charter of Demands

1. Discussion between AIRF and Full Board on 21st and 22nd July, 2016 on the Railways issues, included in the Strike Charter of Demands.

(a) Manpower Planning

The issue will be discussed in the next PREM Meeting at the Railway Board’s level.

(b) Fixation of Minimum Wage

It has been decided that a committee would be appointed to decide the issue.

(c) National Pension System(NPS)

 

It has been decided that the matter of consideration of Minimum Guaranteed Pension and Family Pension would be referred to a committee.

On the instance of AIRF, Railway Board have agreed to pursue both the letters of 29.03.2014 and 20.11.2015, written by Hon’ble Railway Ministers, Shri Mallikarjun Kharge and Shri Suresh Prabhu, to the Hon’ble Finance Ministers. The same would be persuaded before the committee.

(d) Merger of Technician Gr. I and II for Technician Gr. I

Railway Board stated that, as per guidelines issued by the Ministry of Finance, no existing scale in the cadre can be dropped. After two days deliberations, it has been decided to restructure the cadre as follow:-

Existing % age of distribution Revised % age agreed
MCM/Sr. Technician 16 26
Technician Gr.I 44 51
Technician Gr.II 20 08
Technician Gr.III 20 15

Restructuring will take effect from 01.09.2016. This is a quantum jump, never happened before. Out of present 20% in Gr.III, only 15% will remain in Gr. III, and out of 20% in Gr. II, presently allotted, will be brought down to 8%. If we take both the cadres of Gr. III and H.S. Gr.I together, only 23% will remain in both Gr. III and Gr. II put together.

(e) Replacement of GP Rs.4600 by GP Rs.4800 and granting of Group `B’ status for the staff now in GP Rs.4600. Already a note in this regard has been sent by the Railway Board to Finance Ministry.

(f) Productivity-Linked Bonus(PLB)

Railway Board have already sent a letter to Finance Ministry to enhance the calculation of PLB from Rs.3500 to Rs.7000 w.e.f. 01.04.2014. It was also informed that a Cabinet Note in this regard also will be sent to the concerned ministry.

(g) The following issues were also discussed and under active consideration of the Railway Board:-

– Granting of Group `B’ status to all the staff in GP Rs.4600 or allotment of GP Rs.4800 to certain percentage of posts now in GP Rs.4600.

– Upgrading of LP/M&E to GP Rs.4600.

– Review of SPAD (without causing accident). All the Zonal Railway affiliates of the AIRF have been asked to send the number of SPAD cases, where punishment of Removal from Service/Compulsory Retirement has been inflicted.

Decision on the following recommendations of the 7 th CPC (decision to be taken by Ministry of Finance/DoP&T):-

– Granting of Special Allowance of Rs.2700 p.m. to all Track Maintainers.

– Granting of Special Allowance of Rs.5000 p.m. to all Controllers.

– Starting pay of ASM to Rs.4200 with change of designation to SM with 60% in GP Rs.4200 and 40% in GP Rs.4600.

– Higher grade posts to Radiographers and Lab. Technicians of Medical Deptt.

Dental Hygienist to be upgraded to GP Rs.4200.

– Granting of GP Rs.4800 to Lab. Supdt. and GP Rs.4600 to CMA (Medical Deptt.)

– Starting pay of Physiotherapist at GP Rs.4200.

– Entry Grade Pay of Dresser to be raised from GP Rs.1900 to GP Rs.2000.

Special Running Allowance of Rs.2250 pm for LP/M&E, Rs.1,125 pm. for LP/Passenger, Motorman and Guard/M&E, LP/Goods Rs.750 pm. DA on the same, including pensionery benefits.

Accounts

– Stepping up of pay of seniors be allowed (as recommended).

– Employees in GP Rs.4800 to be upgraded to GP Rs.5400 on completion of 4 years of service.

(h) Fixation formula for pay of Running Staff

2.57+30% DA element on 1.25 DA element = 2.95 times.

(i) Orders on the acceptance of recommendations of 7th CPC

(j) On the issue of PPP and FDI, a separate meeting will be held with the MM & ML, Railway Board.

(k) The issues of absorption of Course Completed Act Apprentices and Quasi-Administrative Staff (working in Union and Federation Offices) in the Railways, a separate meeting will be held with the CRB & MS, Railway Board.

Yesterday, i.e. on 22.07.2016, the Ministry of Publicity, Deptt. of Finance, has cleared the proposal of fixation of pay in 7th CPC terms and sent it to the Comptroller & Auditor General of India for necessary vetting.

Please keep intensive organizational pressure on the government till all the issues are settled.

Yours faithfully,

Sd/-

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)

General Secretary

Source : AIRF

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Taxable and Non-Taxable Elements of Pay and Allowances

Taxable and Non-Taxable Elements of Pay and Allowances

List of Taxable Elements of Pay

Taxable Element of Pay : Provisions are applicable equally for monthly payment of Allowances as well as arrears for the said head of Pay/Allowances.

Non-Taxable Elements of Pay : Salary for this purpose includes Pay in Pay Band + Grade Pay + MSP (w.e.f. 01 Sep 08) + DA + NPA (if any).

Sl. No. Taxable Elements of Pay
1. Pay in the Pay Band
2. Grade Pay
3. Military Service Pay
4. Dearness Allowance
5. Non-Practicing Allowance (if any)
6. Hazard/Special Hazard Pay
7. Para Allowance/Para Reserve Allowance/Special Commando Allowance
8. City Compensatory Allowance
9. Deputation (Duty) Allowance (If any)
10. Reimbursement of Furniture
11. Reimbursement of Water
12. Reimbursement of Electricity
13. Technical Allowance
14. Qualification Pay
15. Special Action Group Allowance (on posting to National Security
Guard)
16. Technical Pay
17. Language Allowance
18. Qualification Grant
19. Language Award
20. Flying Allowance
21. Leave Encashment on LTC
22. Specialist Allowance
23. Test Pilot Allowance
24. Instructor Allowance
25. Flight Test Allowance
26. Security Allowance
27. Strategic Force Allowance
Sl No. Non-Taxable element of Pay Authority Limit of Exemption
1. Gallantary Award A.O. 46/79;U/S 10 (18)(i) of IT Actsw.e.f. 1947 Fully Exempt
2. Entertainment Allowance U/S 16 (ii) of IT Act w.e.f.01/04/81 A sums equal to1/5th of
salary(excluding any allowance/benefit) orRs.5000/- per annum whichever isless.
3. Leave Travel Concession (LTC) U/S 10 (5) of IT Act w.e.f.01/04/89 Actual Expenditure upto the limit of entitlement
4. Foreign Allowance U/S 10 (7) of IT Act Fully Exempt
5. Bhutan Compensatory Allowance (BCA) AO 395/74and U/S 10(7) of IT Act Fully Exempt
6. Servant Wages Allowance along with BCA AO 395/74 and U/S 10 (7) of IT
Act
Fully Exempt
7. Purchase of Crockery/Cutlery/Glassware U/S 10 (7) of IT Act Fully Exempt
8. Outfit allowance on posting to Embassy U/S 10 (7) of IT Act Fully Exempt
9. Arrears of Cash Grant – Foreign Allowance (Nepal) U/S 10 (7) of IT Act Fully Exempt
10. Myanmar Allowance U/S 10 (7) of IT Act Fully Exempt
11. Representation Grant for use of crockery set U/S 10 (7) of Act Fully Exempt
12. Encashment of Leave on retirement whether on superannuation/voluntary
retirement/release/invalidment etc.
U/S 10 (10AA) (i) of IT Act w.e.f. 01/04/78 Fully Exempt
13. House Rent Allowance/House Rent Reimbursement (HRA/HRR) U/S 10 (13A) of IT Act w.e.f. 06/10/1964;
Limit of exemption as per Rule 2A of IT Rules
*Quantum of exemption is least of the following – a) For
Bombay/Kolkata/Delhi Chennai i) Allowance actually received. ii) Rent paid in
excess of 10% of salary iii) 50% of salary b) For other cities i) Allowance
actually received. ii) Rent paid in excess of 10% of salary. iii) 40% of
salary
14. Children Education Allowance U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and Rule 2BB (2) – Table Sl No.5 of the IT
Rules
Rs.100/- per month per child upto a maximum of 2 children.
15. Hostel Subsidy U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and Rule 2BB (2) – Table Sl No.6 of the IT Rules, Rs.300/- per month per child
upto a maximum of 2 children
16. Siachen Allowance U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and Rule 2BB (2) –Table Sl No.1 (II) of
the IT Rules
Rs.7000/ per month w.e.f. 01/08/1997
17. Special Compensatory (Remote Locality) Allowance U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and Rule 2BB (2) – Table Sl.No.2 of the IT
Rules
Category I – SCA ‘A’ – Rs.1300/- per month Category III – SCA ‘B’ –
Rs.1050/- per month. Category IV – SCA ‘C’ – Rs.750/- per month. Category VI
– SCA ‘D’ – Rs.200/- per month.
18. Compensatory Field Area Allowance (CFAA) U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT
Act and Rule
2BB (2) – Table Sl No.7 of the IT Rules Rs.2600/- per month w.e.f.
01/05/1999
19. Compensatory Modified Field
Area Allowance (CMFAA)
U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and
Rule 2BB (2) – Table Sl No.8 of the IT Rules
Rs.1000/- per month w.e.f. 01/05/1999
20. Any Special Allowance in the nature of Counter Insurgency Allowance
(SCCIA)
U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and
Rule 2BB (2) – Table Sl.No.9 of the IT Rules
Rs.3900/- per month w.e.f. 01/05/1999
21. Transport Allowance granted to
meet expenditure for the purpose of commuting between place of residence and
duty
U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and Rule 2BB (2) – Table Sl.No.10 of the
IT Rules
For whole of India – Rs.1600/-
per month
22. Transport Allowance granted to
a blind or orthopedically handicapped employee with disability of lower
extremities to meet expenditure for
the purpose of commuting between place of residence and duty
U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and Rule For Whole of India – Rs.3200/- per month 2BB (2) – Table Sl.No.11 of the
IT Rules
23. High Altitude Uncongenial Climate Allowance (HAUCA) U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and Rule 2BB (2) Table Sl.No.13 of the IT
Rules
For areas of (a)Altitude of 9000 to 15000 feet (HAUCA ‘I) – Rs.1060/-
per month w.e.f. 01/05/1999. (b)Altitude above 15000 feet (HAUCA ‘II’ &
‘III) – Rs.1600/- per month w.e.f. 01/05/1999.
24. Highly Active Field Area
Allowance (HAFA)
U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and Rule 2BB (2) –Table Sl.No.14 of the IT
Rules
Rs.4200/- per month
25. Island (duty) Allowance granted to the members of Armed Forces U/S 10 (14) (ii) of IT Act and Rule 2BB (2) – Table Sl.No.15 of the
IT Rules.
For Andaman & Nicobar and Lakshadweep group of islands –
Rs.3250/- per month inserted w.e.f. 29/02/2000.
26. Outfit Allowance (Initial/Renewal) U/S 10 (14) (i) of IT Act and
Rule 2BB (1) (f) of IT Rules.
Fully Exempt
27. Compensation for the change of uniform U/S 10 (14) (i) of IT Act and Rule 2BB (1) (f) of the IT Rules Fully Exempt
28 . Kit Maintenance Allowance U/S 10 (14) (i) of IT Act and Rule 2 BB (1) (f) of the IT Rules Fully Exempt
29. Uniform Allowance (MNS) U/S 10 (14) (i) of IT Act and Rule 2BB (1) (f) of the IT Rules Fully Exempt
30. Special Winter Uniform Allowance U/S 10 (14) (i) of IT Act and
Rule 2BB (1) (f) of the IT Rules
Fully Exempt
31. Reimbursement of Medical
Expenses
U/S 17 (2) (viii) (v) of IT Act Actual expenditure upto Rs.15000/- per annum.
32. Any payment from Provident Fund U/S 10 (11) of IT Act Fully Exempt
33. Payment of Compensation – Disability Pension CBDT F.No. 200/51/99- ITA1 dated 02 Jul 2001 Fully Exempt.

DISCLAIMER: The above provisions are with the understanding and interpretation of IT Act 1961/IT Rules as amended and instructions issued by CBDT from time to time. Rules, provisions, further amendments and clarifications are issued by IT department/CBDT only and this office does not have any role in framing the same except IT deductions at source with reference to them.

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7th CPC Notification – CG employees are Expecting Eagerly

7th CPC Notification – CG employees are Expecting Eagerly

7th-CPC-Notification

It is expected that Finance Ministry will issue necessary order and Notifications to implement the 7th Pay Commission recommendations as soon as possible.

7th Pay Commission is become interesting news for not only CG employees but the people across the country. Very important reason for this is Press Media. Every day at least one Daily writes an Article about 7th CPC news based on hearsay and it never missed to attract everyone.

To defuse the Indefinite strike called by NJCA , the Central Government assured NJCA that the Govt will constitute four committees to look into the important demands raised by NJCA. Based on the Press release issued by Finance Ministry, NJCA decided to defer the Indefinite Strike.

Though there are 26 Demands placed before the government, the issues of Minimum Pay, Fitment factor and HRA are mostly expected to be settled.

How much it will be increased from 18000 is the main point of discussion among CG employees and it is noteworthy that Govt also approved the uniform Fitment factor 2.57 to All grades as recommended by 7th Pay Commission.

In case the Proposed Committee recommends to increase the Minimum Pay to 19000 or more than this, subsequently Fitment factor also may be revised. As recommended by 7th Pay commission, the Committee also can use the following method to arrive the Fitment factor as per the increase in Minimum Pay

18000/7000 = 2.57

19000/7000 = 2.71

 

20000/7000 = 2.85

21000/7000 = 3.00

If the Minimum Pay is increased, the Fitment factor also has to be increased. Based on the New Fitment factor, the existing pay of CG employees will be revised.
For example If, Basic Pay of a Govt Servant is Rs.10000(including Grade Pay of Rs.1900), His revised pay as per 7 th CPC will be 10000 x 2.57 = 25700 ( to be fixed as 26000 as per Pay Matrix Table)

As per the above fitment factors, the Basic Pay will be revised like this..

10000 x 2.71 =27100

10000 x 2.85 = 28500

10000 x 3 = 30000

From the above example it is obvious that Pay matrix also to be modified as per fitment factor.

There is also expectation on HRA that the 7th CPC recommended rates i.e 8%, 16% and 24% would be restored to the existing rates of 10, 20 and 30 percent respectively.

In the meantime, everybody is thinking about what are all the Provisions are incorporated in the 7th CPC Notification. We will have to wait to see the impact of the Notification to be issued by Finance ministry amidst expectations and doubts.

Source: http://teut.in/

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7th Central Pay Commission Fitment formula should be 3.42 in place of 2.57

7th CPC Fitment formula should be 3.42 in place of 2.57 – Agitation against Central Government’s anti employees polices – BPMS

 Agitation against Central Government’s anti employees polices; Delhi March on 29 Aug 2016

Ref: BPMS / CIRCULAR / 17th TC / 08

Dated: 19.07.2016

To,

The President/General Secretary
Unions Affiliated to the Federation.
Office Bearers & Executive Committee Members
BPMS

Subject: Agitation against Central Government’s anti employees polices; Delhi March on 29 Aug 2016.

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Sadar Namaskar,

All of you know that Government approved the recommendations of 7th CPC without any change in Cabinet Meeting on 29.06.2016. But Government did not pay heed to resolve the objections raised by the federations affiliated to BMS.

On the call of GENC we extended our moral support to indefinite strike proposed by NJCA which was scheduled to commence on 11 July 2016. But NJCA deceived the employees and called off the strike without any genuine settlement. NJCA proved itself incapable to get the problems of employees redressed and bowed before pressure exerted by Government.

Since neither any anomaly of earlier pay commissions has been resolved nor any demand related to 7th CPC has been accepted so far. In such situation GENC has decided to lead and conduct a humongous rally at Parliament in Delhi on 29 Aug 2016 to get resolved issues related to 7th CPC. Being a constituent of GENC this federation has also decided to be part of it to exert pressure on Government to redress the anomalies and settle the genuine demands made by us.

Therefore, you are requested to take part in the rally with massive number of supporters. The venue of Rally is Jantar Mantar and the programme is scheduled from 10 am to 3 pm. All the arrangements related to accommodation and lodging should be made by union itself.

Your support for tremendous success of the programme is solicited. The charter of demands (Annexure – A) has been attached.

Thanking you.
Enclosed: As mentioned

Brotherly yours
sd/-
(M P SINGH)
General Secretary

Source: BPMS

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Clarification of the Definition of Members of Family in the context of Rule 4 regarding

Clarification of the Definition of “Members of Family” in the context of Rule 4 regarding.

F.No.11013/4/2016-Estt (A-III)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training

North Block, New Delhi-110 001
Dated : 20th July, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Clarification of the Definition of “Members of Family” in the context of Rule 4 regarding.

The undersigned is directed to say that as per rule 4 (1) of CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964, no Government servant shall use his position or influence directly or indirectly to secure employMent for any member of his family in any company or firm. Further, rule 4(3) reads as follows:

“No Government servant shall in the discharge of his official duties deal with any matter or give or sanction any contract to any company or firm or any other person if any member of his family is employed in that company or firm or under that person or if he or any member of his family is interested in such matter or contract in any other manner and the Government servant shall refer every such matter or contract to his official superior and the matter or contract shall thereafter be disposed of according to the instructions of the authority to whom the reference is made.”

2. As per rule 2 of the CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964, the definition of “Members of Family” may differ from that given in the rule 2, sub clause (c) in the context of a rule. For removal of doubts it is clarified that in the context of rule 4(1) and 4(3) “Members of family” in relation to a Government servant include the wife or husband, son or daughter, parents, brothers or sisters or any person related to any of them by blood or marriage, whether they are dependent on the Government servant or not.

3. All Ministries/ Departments/ Offices are requested to bring the above guidelines to the notice of all Disciplinary Authorities under their control.

4. Hindi Version follows.

(Mukesh Chaturvedi)
Director (E)

Source: www.persmin.nic.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/11013_4_2016_Estt_A_III.pdf]

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We need not jump into the conclusion that multiplication factor will not be increased – Confederation

We need not jump into the conclusion that multiplication factor will not be increased – Confederation

7th CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION

REPLY OF THE FINANCE MINISTER IN RAJYA SABHA

Dear Comrades,

We are reproducing below the reply given by the Hon’ble Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley in the Rajya Sabha on 19-07-2016 

The Finance Minister has made it clear that “the government is responsive to the concerns of the Employees’ Associations and it would be the endeavor of the Government to ensure that the eventuality of a strike does not arise.”

Regarding increasing of the multiplication factor, the Finance Minister replied that:

“no such proposal is under consideration of the Government, at present’

The assurance given to the NJCA leaders by the Group of Ministers (including Finance Minister) on 30-06-2016 is that enhancement in minimum pay and fitment factor (multiplication factor) will be considered favourably by the Government, once the proposal in this regard is submitted to Government by the proposed “High Level Committee” within four months. Hence, the matter will come for the “consideration” of the Govt. only after submission of the report by the High Level Committee.

In that sense, technically, the reply of the Finance Minister that “at present” there is no such proposal under consideration of the Government, may not be taken in a different manner and we need not jump into the conclusion that multiplication factor will not be increased.

However, giving due importance to the concerns expressed by many of our comrades and grass-root level leaders, the NJCA will discuss this issue shortly and take appropriate decision. NJCA is keenly observing the move of the Govt. and any going back from the assurances given by the Group of Ministers or any betrayal of 33 lakhs Central Govt. Employees and 40 lakhs pensioners by the NDA Govt., shall result in revival of the deferred strike by the NJCA and Government will be solely responsible for all consequences.

M.KRISHNAN
Secretary General
Confederation

Source: Confederation

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Revised distribution of posts for Technical Staff on Indian Railways

Technical Staff including MCM of Grade Percentage Ratio in Railways

Railway Board has agreed to revise percentage of distribution of posts for Technical Staff on Indian Railways as under……

A.I.R.F.
All India Railwaymen’s Federation

No.AIRF/24(C)

Dated: July 22, 2016

The General Secretaries,
All Affiliated Unions,

Dear Comrades

Sub: Revised distribution of posts for Technical Staff on Indian Railways

Railway Board has agreed to revise percentage of distribution of posts for Technical Staff on Indian Railways as under:-

Sno. Post Grade Pay Previous Percentage Revised Percentage
1.        Master Crafts Man (MCM) Rs. 4200 16% 26%
2.        Technician Grade I Rs. 2800 44% 51%
3.        Technician Grade II Rs. 2400 20% 08%
4.        Technician Grade III Rs. 1900 20% 15%

Orders in this effect will be issued shortly. Effective date of revision of percentage will be 01.09.2016. This is the outcome of discussion of Federation held with full Board on 22.07.2016.
This is for your information.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Shiva Gopal Sharma)
General Secretary

Source : AIRF

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Changes In Tatkal Booking System and Waitlist System in Indian Railways

Changes In Tatkal Booking System and Waitlist System in Indian Railways

Following changes have been made in recent past, in Tatkal scheme & waiting list system in general reservation:-

(i) With effect from 15.06.2015, timings of booking of Tatkal accommodation in Air-conditioned and non-Air-conditioned classes were staggered to 1000 hours and 1100 hours respectively on the previous day of journey from train originating station.

(ii) With effect from 25.12.2015, minimum and maximum Tatkal charges were revised.

(iii) Instructions have been issued to Zonal Railways to fix Tatkal quota upto a maximum of 30% of capacity of coach depending on the utilization of this quota during the last six month period. Instructions have also been issued to review this quota preferably twice a year.

(iv) With effect from 07.10.2015, the ratio of updation of Tatkal waiting list against cancellation of confirmed general accommodation, which was earlier 1:1, has been revised to 1 (General) : 2 (Tatkal).

(v) For waiting list limit in general reservation, although no change has been made in current waiting list limit, instructions have been issued to zonal Railways to define adequate waiting list limit so that no inconvenience is caused to the passengers in obtaining waiting list tickets against Pooled quota and remote quota.

This Press Release is based on information given by the Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Communications and Minister of State for Railways in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha on 22.07.2016 (Friday).

PIB

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Report of the committee on reassessment of CVO positions in CPSEs and other organizations under Ministries/Departments

Report of the committee on reassessment of CVO positions in CPSEs and other organizations under Ministries/Departments.

Most Immediate Out Today

F.No.325/10/2015-AVD-III
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 22nd July, 2016

MEETING NOTICE

Subject: Report of the committee on reassessment of CVO positions in CPSEs and other organizations under Ministries/Departments.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s 0.M. of even number dated 10.12.2015, 10.06.2016 & 12.07.2016 on the subject matter, wherein comments were sought from concerned Ministries/Departments on the report of the committee chaired by AS(S&V), DoPT, for reassessment of CVO positions in CPSEs and other organizations under Ministries/Departments.

In this regard attention is also invited to the meeting held on 23.06.2016 under the chairmanship of JS(DC) with the representatives of various Ministries/Departments who did not furnish their comments. In spite of assurances made, comments have not been received till date from some of the Ministries/Departments. It is, therefore, once again requested to furnish the same at the-earliest, latest by 24.07.2016 positively.

2. As the matter is being reviewed at higher level, a meeting has also been scheduled to be held at 11.00 a.m. on 25.07.2016 under the Chairmanship of Shri Devesh Chaturvedi, Joint Secretary, DoPT, in his chamber (Room No. 109, North Block) to discuss & finalize the matter.

3. It is, therefore, requested to depute an officer at the level of JS/Director, who is well conversant with the subject matter, alongwith the required input, if not already furnished, for the said meeting on the scheduled date & time.

(Sarita Nair)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Tel. No. 23094224

DoPT Order

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Filling up of one vacant post of Section Officer of CSS (Administrative Officer) in Indian Institute of Legal Metrology, Ranchi – regarding

Filling up of one vacant post of Section Officer of CSS (Administrative Officer) in Indian Institute of Legal Metrology, Ranchi – regarding

Immediate

No.4/17/2015-CS-II(A)(part-II)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

3rd Floor, LokNayakBhawan,
New Delhi -110 003.
Dated the 08th July, 2016

Circular

Subject:- Filling up one post of Private Secretary (PS) in the office of Chief Commissioner of Railway Safety (CCRS), Lucknow under Ministry of Civil Aviation-reg

One post of PS of CSSS is likely to be vacant at the % Chief Commissioner of Railway Safety (CCRS), Lucknow, an attached office of Ministry of Civil Aviation very shortly.

2. All the cadre units of .CSSS are requested to give publicity of the vacancy circular and applications of willing officers for filling up the outstation post of PS, as indicated above, as received may be, forwarded along with personal particulars in the enclosed proforma immediately but not later than 22.07.2016. The officers who have already served in the said office will not be considered for transfer.

3. Before forwarding the application(s), the vigilance status of the officer(s) concerned may also be ascertained and a certificate to that effect may also be forwarded along with the application. It should also be ensured that the data in respect of officer applying for the post is completed/updated in all respects in the web based cadre management system i.e.cscms.nic.in.

(Kameshwar Mishra)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

Encl:- as above.

cscms-nic-in-application

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