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DoPT: Calendar for Cadre Review of Central Group ‘A’ Services

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DoPT: Calendar for Cadre Review of Central Group ‘A’ Services

F. No. I. 11019/9/2018-CRD
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
Cadre Review Division

Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market,
New Delhi, dated 25 /5/2018

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Calendar for Cadre Review of Central Group ‘A’ Services

The undersigned is directed to say that in terms of this Department’s OM No. I. 11011/1/1009-CRD dated 14/12/2010 the ideal periodicity of cadre review is 5 years. Despite the said instructions and repeated reminders, it has been observed that the said periodicity is not followed. The cadre review in some cases is pending for even more than 40 years.

2. In view of the above, this Department has prepared a calendar (Annexure) for cadre review of the Central group ‘A’ Services, which is required to be followed by the Cadre Controlling Authorities (CCA) strictly. The months and year mentioned in the calendar is the time frame by which the cadre review proposal should be submitted by the Cadre Controlling Authorities to DoPT positively.

3. All the CCAs are therefore requested to submit cadre review proposals in accordance with the calendar without any exemption. For other service which have not been mentioned in the calendar and the cadre review is not due, the Cadre Controlling Authority concerned may submit their proposal in accordance with the Cadre Review Guidelines, as and when they feel that the cadre review is required.

4. Any proposal for addition in cadre strength of Central Group ‘A’ Services (Creation, encadrement, upgradation, merger etc.) must be routed through DoPT as reiterated in this Department’s OM No. I. 11019/17/2016- CRD dated 15/2/2017.

Sd/-
(M S Subramanya Rao)
Director (CRD)

To
All the Cadre Controlling Authorities of Central Group ‘A’ Services (as per list enclosed)

Copy to:
1. Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure (Attn: Mrs. Annie G. Mathew, JS (Pers)), North Block, New Delhi
2. Estt. (RR), DoPT

ANNEXURE

Calendar for Cadre Review/ Midterm cadre review 2018

Cadre Review completed :
1. Central Industrial Security Force
2. Indian Petroleum and Explosive Safety Service (IPESS) (New Service)

Proposals under consideration :
1. Indian Railway Personnel Service
2. Indian Railway Traffic Service
3. Indian Railway Service of Engineers
4. Indian Railway Accounts Service
5. Indian Railway Stores Service
6. Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers
7. Indian Railway Service of Mechanical Engineers
8. Indian Railway Service of Signal Engineers
9. Railway Protection Force
10. Indian Defence Estate Service
11. Indian Naval Armament Service
12. Indian P&T Building Works Service
13. Indian Economic Service
14. Indian Ordnance Factories Health Service

JULY

1. Defence Research and Development Service
2. Survey of India Group ‘A’
3. Indian Metrological Service

AUGUST
1. Central Water Engineering Service
2. Medical cadre of BSF
3. Medical cadre of ITBP
4. Medical cadre of CRPF
5. Indo-Tibet Border Police
6. Indian Foreign Service
7. Central Health Service
8. Indian Railway Medical Service

SEPTEMBER
1. Defence Quality Assurance Service
2. Indian Legal Service
3. Indian Corporate Law Service

OCTOBER
1. Geological Survey of India (All services)
2. Central Engineering Service (CPWD)
3. Central Architect Service (CPWD)
4. Central Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Service (CPWD)
5. Military Engineering Service [Engineering cadre (IDSE), Surveyor cadre and Architect cadre]

NOVEMBER
1. Indian Revenue Service
2. Indian Radio Regulatory Service
3. Central Labour service

DECEMBER
1. Indian Revenue Service (Customs)
2. Indian Cost Accounts Service
3. Indian Information Service (Mid-term review)

Note:
1. For IPESS Cabinet approval obtained. Notification/Order to be issued by the Department.
2. For Indian Economic Service, CCA is required to provide information sought by DoPT latest by 30/5/2018
3. The month indicated above is the target month for the CCAs for submission of cadre review proposal to this department.
4. Services, where cadre review could not be undertaken due to any court cases (s) related to cadre review, the concerned CCA may provide detail of such case and reason(s) for non conducting cadre review with approval of Minister-in-charge. In remaining cases, even if the CCA is of the view that no change required in the cadre, objective of the formation of service, changes which took place since last Cadre Review, requirement of service/posts in present scenario may be assessed and sent to this department with the approval of Minister-in-Charge.
5. CCA concerned may develop their own calendar for cadre review of Group ‘B’ and ‘C’ posts. No requirement for sending proposal of cadre review of Group ‘B’ and ‘C’ to this department unless question of policy or up gradation of posts from Group ‘B’ to Group ‘A’ is involved.

6 .For any assistance, Cadre Review Division of DOPT may be consulted.

Source: DoPT

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7th CPC Cadre Review of Medical Laboratory Staff

7th CPC Cadre Review of Medical Laboratory Staff

Condition for payment of 7th CPC HPCA/PCA and Cadre Review of Medical Laboratory Staff

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE
LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO: 6554
ANSWERED ON: 06.04.2018

Cadre Review of Medical Laboratory Staff

ANWHAR RAAJHAA
SUDHEER GUPTA
T. RADHAKRISHNAN
GAJANAN CHANDRAKANT KIRTIKAR
KUNWAR HARIBANSH SINGH
NARANBHAI KACHHADIA
VIJAY KUMAR S.R.
BIDYUT BARAN MAHATO

Will the Minister of HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE be pleased to state:-

(a) whether his Ministry has finalised draft rules regarding minimum standards for clinical laboratories, framed under Clinical Establishments Act, 2010, if so, the details thereof;

(b) whether his Ministry is aware that presently most of the work of clinical and research laboratories of even prestigious department i.e. ICMR and Central Government Hospitals is performed and supervised by professionally qualified and technically competent BSc, MSc, PhD medical laboratory professional in lab sciences who are not MBBS/MD, if so, the details thereof;

(c) whether the cadre review of medical laboratory staff approved earlier has not been implemented in complete manner so far and most of issues like pay fixation, DPC, MACP, revision of recruitment rules, filling of vacant promotional posts are still pending, if so, the details thereof and the reasons therefor;

(d) whether his Ministry has not issued any order till date regarding grant of Patient Care Allowance/Hospital Patient Care Allowance (PCA/HPCA) to health employees as per the accepted recommendations of Seventh Central Pay Commission and if so, the details thereof and the reasons therefor; and

(e) whether his Ministry has also approved the short term certificate courses/ programmes which are neither formal degree nor diploma in allied health sciences and run under the aegis of Ministry of Skill Development and are very contrary to the core curricula designed by his Ministry in terms of course content and duration of courses etc., if so, the reaction of the Government thereto?

ANSWER

THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE (SMT. ANUPRIYA PATEL)

(a): Yes. The draft notification to amend the Clinical Establishments (Central Government) Rules, 2012 regarding minimum standards of medical diagnostic laboratories is available on the website of Clinical Establishment Act <clinicalestablishments.gov.in>.

(b): As per the information received from ICMR most of the work of clinical and research laboratories is performed and supervised by professionally qualified and technically competent technical staff and Scientists having B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D and MBBS, MD qualification.

As far as Central Government hospitals in Delhi viz. Safdarjung Hospital and Lady Hardinge Medical College & Associated Hospitals are concerned, all the diagnostic work is performed and supervised by professionally qualified and technically competent MBBD/MD professionals.

(c): The cadre of the Medical Laboratory Staff of Central Government Hospitals in Delhi namely Safdarjung, Dr. RML and Lady Hardinge Medical College & Associated Hospitals has already been restructured and implemented by giving benefits of 7th Central Pay Commission.

(d): The order containing condition for payment of HPCA/PCA after implementation of Seventh Central Pay Commission has not been issued so far. The matter is under consideration in this Ministry in consultation with Ministry of Finance.

(e): This Ministry has developed a course curricula for short term skill training. The National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) level of the skill development curricula is kept lower than the level of Diploma and Degree in core allied health courses developed by this Ministry. A skilled worker will only reach the higher levels after acquiring adequate qualification (either Diploma or Degree) through an accredited institute/university. There are no contradictions in the short term courses as compared to the core curricula developed by the Ministry.

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CADRE REVIEW IN BARRACKS AND STORE CADRE OF MES

Cadre Review in Barracks and Store Cadre of MES

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE
RAJYA SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO.2582
TO BE ANSWERED ON 19.3.2018

CADRE REVIEW IN BARRACKS AND STORE CADRE OF MES

2582. SHRIMATI VIJILA SATHYANANTH:

Will the Minister of DEFENCE be pleased to state:

(a) whether it is a fact that Government has approved the first review of Barracks and Store Cadre that functions under the Military Engineering Services (MES);

(b) if so, the details thereof;

(c) whether it is also a fact that in the new structure, there will be 2792 posts in the officer and subordinate grades;

(d) whether some of the posts have been redesigned; and

(e) if so, the details thereof?

ANSWER

MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

DR. SUBHASH BHAMRE

(a) & (b): Yes, Sir. The details are as under:

Officers Grade:

(i) Joint Director General (Resource)*

Pay Band-4, Grade Pay Rs.10000/-.

: 01
(ii) Principal Barrack & Store Officer

Pay Band-4, Grade Pay Rs.8700/-.

: 26
(iii) Senior Barrack & Store Officer (NFSG)

Pay Band-3, Grade Pay Rs.7600/-

: 38
(iv) Senior Barrack & Store Officer

Pay Band-3, Grade Pay Rs.6600/-.

: 62
(v) Barrack & Store Officer

Pay Band-3, Grade Pay Rs.5400/-.

: 295
(vi) Reserve at JTS Level. : 20

Subordinate Grade:

(i) Supervisor Barrack & StorePay Band-2, Grade Pay Rs.4600/-. : 696
(ii) Senior Store & Revenue Assistant(erstwhile Store Keeper Grade-I)Pay Band-1, Grade Pay Rs.2800/-. : 715
(iii) Store & Revenue Assistant(erstwhile Store Keeper Grade-II)Pay Band-1, Grade Pay Rs.1900/-. : 939

 

(c) The total revised strength of the cadre is 2792.

 

(d) & (e): Yes, Sir. Store Keeper Grade-I has been re-designated as Senior Store and Revenue Assistant (Pay Band-I, Grade Pay Rs.2800/-). Store Keeper Grade-II has been re-designated as Store and Revenue Assistant (Pay Band-I, Grade Pay Rs.1900/-). The posts of Meter Reader (MCM) and Meter Reader (HSG) shall be re-designated as Senior Store and Revenue Assistant (Pay Band-I, Grade Pay Rs.2800/-), whoever opt for the same, otherwise they shall be allowed to be in the same category and will be wasted out through superannuation. The post of Meter Reader (SK) shall be re-designated as Store & Revenue Assistant (Pay Band-I, Grade Pay Rs.1900/-), whoever opt for the same, otherwise they well be allowed to be in the same category and will be wasted out through superannuation.

 

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Cabinet approves conferment of Central Group ‘A’ Service and Cadre Review of Group ‘A’ Executive Officers of Sashastra Seema Bal

Cabinet approves conferment of Central Group ‘A’ Service and Cadre Review of Group ‘A’ Executive Officers of Sashastra Seema Bal
The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved conferment of Central Group ‘A’ Service and Cadre. Review of Group ‘A’ Executive Officers of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) with net creation of 19 posts of various ranks from Assistant Commandant to Inspector General ranks to enhance the operational and administrative capabilities of SSB.

Increase of existing structure of Group ‘A’ posts from 1253 to 1272 posts are as follows:

  1. Increase of 2 posts of Inspector General (SAG level).
  2. Net increase of 11 posts of DIG /Commandant (JAG level)
  3. Increase of 2 posts of DC (STS level).
  4. Increase of 4 posts of AC (JTS level).

Background:

The SSB was set up in 1963 to inculcate a sense of security, promoting national awareness and security consciousness in the border population. After transfer to MHA in 2001, it has been entrusted to guard Indo-Nepal and Indo-Bhutan Borders. SSB also deployed in LWE affected areas and Counter Intelligence/Operations duties in Jammu & Kashmir and Assam. The present sanctioned strength of the Force is 96,093 having 73 Bns (including 2 NDRF Battalions). Earlier augmentation-cum-structuring exercises were taken in 2005, 2010 and 2011.

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Cabinet approves Cadre Review of Group ‘A’ Executive Officers of Border Security Force

Cabinet approves Cadre Review of Group ‘A’ Executive Officers of Border Security Force

The Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has approved the Cadre Review of Group ‘A’ Executive officers of BSF with net creation of 74 posts of various ranks from Assistant Commandant to Additional DG ranks to enhance the operational and administrative capabilities of BSF.

Increase of existing structure of Group ‘A’ posts from 4109 to 4183 posts are as follows:

1. Increase of one post of Additional DG (HAG level).

2. Net increase of 19 posts of Inspector General (SAG level).

3. Net increase of 370 posts of DIG/Commandant/2 1C (JAG level).

4. Net increase of 14 posts of Assistant Commandant (JTS level).

5. Net reduction of 330 posts of Deputy Commandant (STS level).

Background:

The BSF is the largest border guarding force established in 1965. The present sanctioned strength of the Force is 2,57,025 having 186 Battalions (including 03 NDRF Battalions). Of these the Executive Group ‘A’ cadre has sanctioned strength of 4065 officers (4109 including the IPS quota). About 90% of the troops are deployed in Indo-Pakistan Border, Indo-Bangladesh Border (including North East) and Left Wing Extremism (LWE) States. The last cadre review of the service was done in 1990.

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Cadre Review before implementation of 7th Pay Commission recommendations

Cadre Review before implementation of 7th Pay Commission recommendations
Cadre-Review-7th-CPC
 All India Civil Accounts Employees Association demands cadre review for Gr B and C employees before implementation of 7th Pay Commission recommendationsGeneral secretaries of All India Civil Accounts Employees Association and All India Civil Accounts Employees Association category-II demands cadre review before implementation of 7th CPC.

 

   All India Civil Accounts Employees Association
    (RECOGNISED BY GOVT. OF INDIA)
    CENTRAL HEADQUARTER: NEW DELHI
    All India Civil Accounts Employees Association Category -II
    CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS: COCHIN
    Zonal Accounts Office, CBDT,
    Sanjuan Towers, Old Railway Station Road Cochin- 682018
    Phone No. 011-23345070, Mob. No. 9868520926 e-mail:- v.aicaea@gmail.com

 Central Office: –16-A, Akbar Road Hutments,

17/2 – C, P & T Quarters,

New Delhi: – 110011

Address for Communication:-Kali Bari Marg,

New Delhi-110001

No: AICAEA/HQ/A-2/2016/ 517-558
Dated: 27th May, 2016

To,Shri M.J.Joseph,

Controller General of Accounts,

Ministry of Finance,

Department of Expenditure,

Loknayak Bhawan,

Khan Market,

New Delhi – 110003

Subject: – Settlement of the long pending issues and appropriate recommendations on 7th CPC related matters- regardingSir,We have been directed to refer our letter No: AICAEA/HQ/A-2/2016/417 dated 17th April, 2016 on the subject mentioned above and state that the employees are totally aggrieved for non-settlement of their grievances for more than one and a half years.

Moreover, large numbers of the issues that were discussed in the meeting held between the official side of CGA office and the National Executive of All India Civil Accounts employees Association under your Chairpersonship on 6th November 2015 are yet to be settled. Further, it was stated in the said meeting that the


“Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure has returned the Cadre Review proposal of Group ‘B’ & ‘C’ cadres of CCAS with the remarks that proposal may be re-examined in terms of instructions contained in their O.M. NO. 5(3)/E.III/97 dated 07.01.1999 and No. 7(1)/E.Coord/2014 dated 29.10.2014. DoE has also informed that the revision of pay in respect of Civil Accounts Employees will not be done in isolation and the same may be viewed and examined in the larger context of Organized Accounts Service as a whole. Therefore, the matter will be examined by DoE, MoF, in a holistic manner keeping in view the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission as well. The Association was therefore asked to wait for the 7th Pay Commission recommendation and the decision of the Government.”

But, we would like to bring the following facts to your kind information –

1. Pending implementation of 7CPC recommendations, the Ministry of Finance has accorded approval to the Cadre Review proposals of the Department of Posts.

2. The C&AG has made his recommendations to the Government for cadre review/ cadre restructuring/ amendments in the Recruitment Rules.

Hence, in view of these facts and as per the DOPT instructions, cadre review of the Gr. B & C employees of Civil Accounts Employees, which should have been done much earlier and before the cadre review of the Gr “A” cadres of Civil Accounts organization was done in 2012-13, needs to be initiated immediately in consultation with the Associations.

Apart from the above, the employees and officers of Civil Accounts organization are yet to learn about the recommendations given by the Controller General of Accounts to the Empowered Committee constituted by the Government for implementing the recommendations of 7CPC.

Therefore, for the purpose of review of the status of the issues discussed on 6th November 20159 (including the issue of Cadre Review) and to be appraised about the recommendations given by the Controller General of Accounts to the Empowered Committee constituted, our National Executive Members wish to meet you on 10th June 2016. We shall be thankful if you kindly accept our proposal and make it convenient to meet us on the proposed date. Time of the meeting may kindly be intimated to us at an early date please.

It may kindly be noted that the issues for discussion in the meeting will be the items forwarded by us through our letter dated 17th April, 2016.

Thanking you,

Yours faithfully

(G.K.Nair)

Secretary General

All India Civil Accounts Employees

Association Category II

(V.Bhattacharjee)

Secretary General

All India Civil Accounts Employees Association

Sir,

We have been directed to refer our letter No: AICAEA/HQ/A-2/2016/417 dated 17th April, 2016 on the subject mentioned above and state that the employees are totally aggrieved for non-settlement of their grievances for more than one and a half years.

Moreover, large numbers of the issues that were discussed in the meeting held between the official side of CGA office and the National Executive of All India Civil Accounts employees Association under your Chairpersonship on 6th November 2015 are yet to be settled. Further, it was stated in the said meeting that the

“Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure has returned the Cadre Review proposal of Group ‘B’ & ‘C’ cadres of CCAS with the remarks that proposal may be re-examined in terms of instructions contained in their O.M. NO. 5(3)/E.III/97 dated 07.01.1999 and No. 7(1)/E.Coord/2014 dated 29.10.2014. DoE has also informed that the revision of pay in respect of Civil Accounts Employees will not be done in isolation and the same may be viewed and examined in the larger context of Organized Accounts Service as a whole. Therefore, the matter will be examined by DoE, MoF, in a holistic manner keeping in view the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission as well. The Association was therefore asked to wait for the 7th Pay Commission recommendation and the decision of the Government.”

But, we would like to bring the following facts to your kind information –

1. Pending implementation of 7CPC recommendations, the Ministry of Finance has accorded approval to the Cadre Review proposals of the Department of Posts.

2. The C&AG has made his recommendations to the Government for cadre review/ cadre restructuring/ amendments in the Recruitment Rules.

Hence, in view of these facts and as per the DOPT instructions, cadre review of the Gr. B & C employees of Civil Accounts Employees, which should have been done much earlier and before the cadre review of the Gr “A” cadres of Civil Accounts organization was done in 2012-13, needs to be initiated immediately in consultation with the Associations.

Apart from the above, the employees and officers of Civil Accounts organization are yet to learn about the recommendations given by the Controller General of Accounts to the Empowered Committee constituted by the Government for implementing the recommendations of 7CPC.

Therefore, for the purpose of review of the status of the issues discussed on 6th November 20159 (including the issue of Cadre Review) and to be appraised about the recommendations given by the Controller General of Accounts to the Empowered Committee constituted, our National Executive Members wish to meet you on 10th June 2016. We shall be thankful if you kindly accept our proposal and make it convenient to meet us on the proposed date. Time of the meeting may kindly be intimated to us at an early date please.

It may kindly be noted that the issues for discussion in the meeting will be the items forwarded by us through our letter dated 17th April, 2016.

    Thanking you,
    Yours faithfully
    (G.K.Nair)

Secretary General

All India Civil Accounts Employees

Association Category II

        (V.Bhattacharjee)
    Secretary General
    All India Civil Accounts Employees Association

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Cabinet gives ex-post facto approval to the cadre review of Indian Postal Service (IPoS)

Cabinet gives ex-post facto approval to the cadre review of Indian Postal Service (IPoS)

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today granted ex-post facto approval to the proposal for undertaking cadre review of the Indian Postal Service.

The cadre review will enable the Department of Posts to meet the functional requirements and strengthening the cadre structure both in the headquarters and in the field on the basis of functional requirement, which will provide more avenues to earn review and respond effectively to the customer needs, reduce the existing stagnation and improve the career prospects of Indian Postal Service officers.

The proposal will be implemented through measures that include creation of a post of DG(Postal Operations) in the Apex scale, creation of post of Additional DG(Coordination) in the HAG+ scale, one post in HAG level, 5 posts in SAG level and 4 posts at the JAG level, and also increase of 84 posts at JTS level by down-grading from STS and overall decreasing STS posts by 96 for adjustment of new posts proposed to be created, without any overall change in the total number of posts in the cadre.

For undertaking the above exercise, necessary consultations on the CRC recommendations with Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions have been duly completed. The Department of Expenditure have conveyed their ‘no objection’ to the proposal.

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Proposal for the Cadre review of Medical Laboratory Staff in 4 Central Government Hospitals

Proposal for the Cadre review of Medical Laboratory Staff in 4 Central Government Hospitals has been approved by Finance Ministry:-
F.No. 2(12)/E.III Desk/2013
Department of Expenditure
E.III Desk

 

Subject: Proposal for the Cadre review of Medical Laboratory Staff in 4 Central Government Hospitals.

 

Reference Ministry of Health and Family Welfare’s Note No. Z-28020/11/2008-PMS (Part) dated 30.01.2015 on the above mentioned subject.
2.  The proposal has been examined in this Department and the following Cadre Structure for the Laboratory Staff in 4 Central Government Hospitals is concurred to with the approval of Hon’ble Finance Minister -

 

Sl. No. Existing Name of Post & Pay Scales In four central hospitals
(Sufdarjung Hospital & VMCC + RML Hospital + LHMC & SSK Hospital + Kalawati Saran Hospital)
Existing Strength of all four Hospitals Name of Post & Pay Scales Proposed by AM Strength proposed by AM Revised Strength approved by Hon’ble FM
1. Laboratory Assistant PB-1, GP (2000, 2400, 2800) 108 Junior Medical Lab Technologist PB-1 GP-2800 108
108
2. Lab Technician/ Blood Bank Technician PB-1, GP 2800 233 Medical Lab Technologist # PB-2 GP 4200 233 Post of Lab Technician/ Blood Bank Technician & Technical Assistant/ Sr. Laboratory Technician/ Museum  Curator/ Senior Blood Bank Technician have been merged with a revised designation as Medical Lab Technologist

324 (merged in GP 4200/-)

3 Technical Assistant/ Sr. Laboratory Technician/ Museum Curator/ Senior Blood Bank Technician PB-1 GP 2800 77 Senior Medical Technologist (MLT) # PB-2 GP-4600 Group-B 91
4 Senior Technical Assistant (Lab)/ Technical Supervisor (Lab) PB-2, GP-4200 Group B 18 Technical Officer (MLT) PB-2, GP-4800 Group-B 42 32## Revised designation of Technical Officer (MLT) in the GP of 4600
5 Junior Technical Officer/ Technical Supervisor (Lab) PB-2, GP-4600 Group-B 8 Senior Technical Officer # (MLT) PB-3 GP 5400 18 18
Revised designation of Senior Technical Officer (MLT) in the GP of 4800/-
6 Chief Technical Officer (MLT) **

(New grade)

4 Chief Technical Officer (MLT) PB-3 GP 6600 Group-A (Gazetted) 4 (one post for each hospital) 4 (one post for each hospital in GP of 5400/- in PB3 (Gazetted)
Lab Attendants* PB-1 GP 1800 130 Proposed to be abolished
Total
578
496 (-82)
486 (-82)

 

* These will be gradually phased out on functional grounds
** New grade of Chief Technical Officer (MLT) for promotional avenues for Senior Technical Officer (STO) and managing the Technical supervision of four central hospitals.
#  Upgradation has been proposed to establish parity in pay scales for suitable placement as per their upgraded professional qualification.
## There is a reduction of 10 posts of Technical Office in the four central hospitals in the proportion i.e. SJH (-3) + RMLH (-4) + LHMC (-3).
3.  RRs for all these posts may be revised on priority basis as per the proposed qualifications etc. in consultation with DoP&T.
4. The Designations and the Grade Pays of all the posts may be revised as approved.
5.  As decided in the meeting held on 24.05.2015, the proposal of MoH&FW all exising Medical Laboratory staff at level 1 & 2 may be considered for promotion based on length of service based on DoP&T Guidelines.
6.  Ministry is advised to form a common cadre of all the Laboratory staff working in the four Government Hospitals with a new nomenclature, and service rules.

 

(Ravi Katyal)
Deputy Secretary (E.III Desk)

Joint Secretary (HR), MoH&FW, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
——————————————————————————–
MoF, DoE, I.D. No. 2(12)/E.III Desk/2013 dated 06th July, 2015

Copy to:

(i)  Kaptan Singh Sehrawat, General Secretary, Joint Forum of Medical Technologists of India and Others in respect of OA No. 2521/2012, CP No. 545/2014 before CAT, Principal Bench, New Delhi
(ii)  The Principal Registrar (CP), Central Administrative Tribunal, Copurnicas Marg, New Delhi-110001.
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Traffic Assistants cadre in Metro Railway, Kolkata restructured

Cadre restructure of Traffic Assistants in Metro Railway Kolkata implemented RBE No. 69/2015

Railway Board has issue a letter to GM, Metro Railway regarding Restructuring of cadre of  Traffic Assistants.

 

GOVERNMENT   OF INDIA
MINISTRY   OF RAILWAYS
RAILWAY  BOARD

RBE No.69/2015

No.PC-111/2013/CRC/2                                                                                                           New Delhi, dated 29-06-2015

The General Manager,
Metro  Railway,
Kolkata.

Sub. :      Restructuring of cadre of  Traffic Assistants.

Keeping in view  the  fact that  the  cadre of Traffic  Assistants  in Metro   Railway,  Kolkata   is  a unique  cadre   performing    both Operational   and Commercial   duties,   the  percentage   distribution of posts for  restructuring    of this  cadre  as proposed   by Metro   Railway  administration    was under consideration  of the Ministry  of Railways   for  some time.   As a  result  of the ‘review undertaken   on the  basis of  functional,    operational    and  administrative     requirements,    it  has been  decided  with the approval   of  the  President   that   benefit   of  cadre  restructuring    may  be  given  to  the  Traffic Assistants.  Metro   Railway,  Kolkata   as per the   percentage   distribution  of  posts  indicated   in  the enclosed  Annexure   ‘A’.    While   implementing  these orders,  the  following  detailed   instructions
should  be strictly  adhered  to  :

Date of effect 1. The  restructuring  of  the  cadre  will  be with    reference   to  the sanctioned        cadre  strength     as  on   the  date  of  issue of  these orders.        The staff  who  will  be placed  in higher  grade  pay as  a result of  implementation   of  these   orders   will   draw   pay  in higher  grades w.e.f   date  of issue of these orders. The  benefit of   restructuring·    will   be  restricted    to   the   persons   who   are working  in the  cadre  on  the  cut-off-date  i.e.  date  of  issue of these  orders.
Applicability    to   various cadres 2.    These   orders   will   be  applicable    to   the   permanent regular posts   of   Traffic    Assistants   cadre    (excluding surplus   & supernumerary posts)  of  the   Metro    Railway  establishment. Only those  temporary  posts which  are in operation   for  atleast three  years  may also be taken  into  account  for  the  purpose  of applying     revised     percentage.         This    will    be   subject    to certification  that  these  posts  are  meant   for  regular   activities which  will  continue   and not for  any sporadic  requirements.2.1  These   orders   will   not   be applicable    to   ex-cadre &  work charged   posts  which   will   continue   to  be  based  on
worth of charge.
Pay Fixation 3.      The pay of staff  promoted  against  the  additional   higher  grade posts as a  result  of restructuring (including  chain/resultant vacancies)  will   be  fixed   as per  Rule  13 of  RS(RP) Rules,2008 with  the  benefit   of   one  increment  @  3%   of  basic   pay,   with the  usual option  for  pay fixation   as   per extent  rules.
Existing classification and   filling    up   of  the vacancies 4.      The existing  classification    of the  posts covered  by these   orders as   ‘selection’   and   ‘non-selection’,    as the  case may  be remains unchanged.    However,  for  the  purpose   of  implementation   of these     orders,    if    any   Traffic    Assistant      becomes     due    for promotion  to  a  post classified as   a  ‘selection’   post, the  existing selection    procedure   will  stand  modified   in such   a  case    to the extent    that   the   selection    will   be  based   only  on  scrutiny    of service record and confidential reports   without    holding    any written        and/or     viva-voce test. This  modified selection procedure   has  been  decided   upon  by the  Ministry of  Railways as   a  one time  exception  by special dispensation,     in view   of the numbers involved,    with    the    objective     of  expediting     the implementation   of  these   orders.   Similarly   for  posts   classified as     ‘non-selection’  at   the   time    of   this    restructuring,       the promotion  will   be  based   only  on scrutiny    of  service   records and confidential  reports.4.1      Normal  vacancies   existing   on the  date  of issue of these  orders (except     direct   recruitment  quota)   and  those   arising    on  that date   from   this   cadre   restructuring  including    chain/resultant vacancies    should  be tilled   in the  following  sequence:(i)     From  panels   approved   on  or  before  the  date  of  issue  of these  orders   and   current  on that date;(ii)  and the  balance   in the  manner   indicated   in para 4 above.

4.2      Such    selections   which  have  not  been  finalized   till  the  date   of issue   of these  orders   should  be cancelled/abandoned.

4.3      All  normal   vacancies   arising   from     the   next    day  of  issue    of these  orders  will  be filled  by normal  selection   procedure.

4.4      All   vacancies    (including    chain/resultant      vacancies)     arising purely  due  to  this  cadre  restructuring    should    be filled   up  by senior    employees     who    should    be   given    benefit    of  the promotion from  the  date of issue of these  orders   whereas  for the  normal   vacancies    existing   on the  date   of  issue     of  these orders,    junior    employees     should     be   posted    by   modified selection    procedure     but  they  will  get  promotion  and  higher pay from  the  date   of taking  over the posts as per normal   rules. Thus  the  special  benefit   of  the  promotion  from    the   date   of issue of these  orders   is  available   only  for  vacancies  arising    out of  cadre   restructuring  and  for   other  vacancies,   the   normal rules  of  prospective    promotion  from   the  date  of filling   up of vacancy will apply.

4.5  In cases where   percentages   have  been   reduced   in the  lower grade  and  no additional  post  becomes   available  as a  result     of restructuring   (including  chain/resultant  vacancies), the existing  vacancies  on the  date  of issue of these  orders    should be filled   up by normal  selection procedure.

4.6       Direct   recruitment  percentages   will    not  be  applicable   to  the additional posts  arising  out  of these  restructuring orders   as  011 the   date   of   effect.   The   direct   recruitment     percentage    will apply    for   normal     vacancies     arising     on’  or   after     the   date following   the  date  of  effect.   The  direct   recruitment  quota    as existing  prior    to   the   date   of   effect    will   continue    to   be maintained.

4.7       Employees  who   retire/resign   or  expire  in between  the  period from   the  date  of  effect  of these  orders    to  the  date  of  actual implementation    of these  orders,  will  be eligible  for the  fixation benefits      and  arrears   under   these   orders   from   the   date   of effect,  if they  are  otherwise   eligible  for  the  said benefit.

5.        Extant    instructions     for    D&A/Vigilance      clearance    will     be applicable   for  effecting  promotions  under  these orders with
reference   to  date  of  effect  of these  orders.

Minimum years of  service  in each grade 6.       While    implementing     the    restructuring      orders,     instructions regarding   minimum     period  of  service  required   for  promotion issued   from  time   to  time  should   be followed.    However,   while considering   any  relaxation   in the  residency   period    prescribed for   promotions,     General   Manager   would   personally    ensure
that  the  safety aspect   of Metro   Railway  is  not  compromised.
Basic   functions duties and responsibilities 7.      Since  the  cadre  as detailed   in  the annexure   to  this   letter    is being            restructured      on      functional,       operational        and administrative  considerations,   the  posts  being  placed  in higher scales  of  pay  as a   result   of  restructuring   should   include    the duties  and responsibilities     of greater  importance.
Adjustment of excess number  of posts. 8.       If  prior   to   issue  of  these   instructions   the   number   of  posts existing     in    any  grade   in    any   particular   cadre   exceeds    the number  admissible    on  the   revised   percentages,   the   excess may   be  allowed   to  continue   to  be  phased   out  progressively with  the  vacation  of the  posts   by the  existing   incumbents.
Provision   of reservation 9.      The  existing   instructions  with   regard  to  reservation   of  SC/ST
wherever applicable  will  continue  to apply.
Refusal of promotion 10.      Such  of  the  Staff  as had  refused   promotion  before   issue   of these    orders    and   stand    debarred    for   promotion   may   be considered      for    promotion,     in    relaxation     of   the     extant provisions   as   a  one  time  exception,    if they  indicate   in   writing that   they   are    willing   to   be  considered     for   such  promotion against  the  vacancies  existing   on  the  date  of  issue    of  these orders   and  arising   due  to   restructuring    on  the   date.     This relaxation   will  not  be applicable  to  vacancies    arising    after  the date of effect.
Matching  Savings 11.      Entire  scheme    of  restructuring   is   to  be  a   self-financing     and expenditure    neutral   proposition.     Financial    implications    should be    worked    out   taking   into   account   the   revised    basic   pay (including    the  Grade  Pay)   corresponding     to  the   midpoint     of the  pre-revised  pay scales   in respect    of   each    post   as   listed in the  fitment   table  circulated   vide  Railway   Board’s   letter    no. PC-Vl/2008/1/RSRP/1 dated     11-09-2008     and    12-09-2008, along  with   the  Dearness    Allowance   as   applicable on date  of effect  of these  orders.11.1 After   working  out   the   financial    implications,   the    matching savings   should   be effected   from  the  category   itself.    Wherever
it   is     not   possible    to   do   so   from   the   category    itself,    the matching   savings  should  be arranged   from  the  department     at zonal  level.    But  before   restructuring   the   cadre  as per  the revised  percentage    distribution   of  posts,   matching    savings will   have  to   be  ensured   by  surrender  of  24  posts   at  the lowest  grade.        While    effecting      surrender       of    posts     of equivalent    financial   value,  the  existing    vacant  posts   available in the  category  on the  date  of effect  should  be considered    for the   purpose   of  off-setting the cost   of  restructuring/financial effects of   restructuring.  Board   desires  that  the    General Manager  should ensure that  the  restructuring is  implemented expeditiously  with   matching   saving without   any exception     and difficulty.    There  would   be no restructuring     without    matching savings  by surrender  of posts.11.2     Revised percentage   distribution  of posts as   per these   orders   is to  be based   upon the sanctioned   cadre  strength  as   on the  date of issue  of these  orders.   Surrenders  are to  be effected   on this sanctioned   strength   and  the  resulting   imbalance/variation     in the   cadres   is  to   be reviewed  at   the   time   of  next    annual review  as indicated   below.
Annual   review 12.     The   next   Annual    Review   will   be  undertaken    from    01.04.2016 taking    into   account  the  cadre   strength   as on  01.04.2016.

This  issues   in  consultation    with    the   Establishment    Directorate    and   with    concurrence of the Finance Directorate of this   Ministry.

The  receipt   of this  letter    may   please   be acknowledged.

Hindi Version will follow.

DA :   Annexure  –  A

(Vikram Gulati)
Director, Pay Commission  –  II
Railway  Board

No.  PC-111/2013/CRC/2

New Delhi,
dated 29-06-2015

 

STATEMENT    REGARDING   RESTRUCTURING   OF
TRAFFIC  ASSISTANTS,   METRO   RAILWAY,    KOLKATA

Annexure   to  Board’s   letter    No.  PC-111/2013/CRC/2   dated   29-06-2015.

Category  Pay Structure as per 6th  CPC Existing  %age after merger of
Grade(s)
Revised percentage
PB GP (Rs)
TRAFFIC ASSISTANTS PB-2 4600  —– 13
PB-2 4200  —– 40
PB-1 2800  —– 22
PB-2 2000  —– 25

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Download Railway Board letter No.PC-111/2013/CRC/2 dated 29.06.2015

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Status of Cadre Review Proposal as on 31th May 2015

Status of Cadre Review proposals processed in DoPT from 1st January, 2011 to 31th May 2015.

A. Approved by Cabinet

S. No. Name of the Service CRC* Meeting Cabinet Approval
1. CPWD Central Engineering Service, Central Electrical & Mechanical Engineering Service and Central Architecture Service 27th June, 2011 3rd January, 2012
2 Military Engineering Services (Indian Defence Service of Engineers, Architect Cadre and Surveyor Cadre) 22nd September 2011 and 23rd January 2012 18th April 2013
3. Indian Radio Regulatory Service 19th Feb. 2013 3rd July 2013
4. Indian Revenue Service 19th Feb 2013 and

GoM** on 29th April 2013

23rd May 2013
5. Indian Customs & Central Excise 27th Aug. 2013 5th Dec. 2013
6. Indian Cost Accounts Service 29th October 2013 2nd January 2014
7. Central Labour Service 19th Feb. 2013 17th July 2013
8. Central Power Engineering Service 11th December 2013 13th May 2014
9. Indian Ordnance Factory Service 19th March, 2014 29th October, 2014
10. Indian Civil Accounts Service 17th July, 2013 16th January, 2015
11. Border Road Engineering Service 26th February, 2015 7th April, 2015
12. Defence Aeronautical Quality Assurance Service 8th January, 2015 6th May, 2015

*CRC – Cadre Review Committee **GoM – Group of Ministers

B. Pending Proposals

S. No. Name of the Service Status

(i) With Cadre Controlling Authority/Ministry Concerned – CRC meeting held but Cabinet approval pending (6)

1. Railway Protection Force CRC meeting held on July 29, 2013. Decision with the approval of MoS (PP) and FM has been communicated to the Ministry of Railways on October 9, 2013 for takinq Cabinet approval.
2. Indian Naval Material Management Service The CRC meeting held on 24th October, 2013. Comments of DoPT on Cabinet Note have been provided on 21st January, 2015.
3. Indian Statistical Service CRC meeting held on 24th June, 2014. Comments of DoPT on Cabinet Note have been provided on 27th February, 2015.
4. Indian Trade Service CRC meeting held on 06.05.2014. Approval of MoS (PP) and FM has been conveyed to Ministry of Commerce & Industry for taking Cabinet approval.
5. Indian Information Service CRC meeting held on 30.07.2014. Approval of MoS (PP) and FM has been conveyed to Ministry of Information & Broadcasting for taking Cabinet approval.
6. DGET & Women Training Directorate CRC Meeting held on 10.04.2015. Approval of MoS (PP) and FM has been conveyed to Ministry of Labour & Employment for taking Cabinet approval.

(ii) With Cabinet Secretariat (2)

7. Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Approval of Secretary (P) & Secretary (Exp) has been obtained and the cadre review committee meeting is scheduled for 11.06.2015.
8. Indian Postal Service Approval of Secretary (P) & Secretary (Exp) has been obtained and the Note for cadre review committee has been sent to Cabinet Secretariat.

(iii) With Department of Personnel & Training (4)

9. Indian Telecom Service Proposal received on 13.05.2015 and is under examination
10. Central Reserve Police Force Proposal received on 21 .05.2015 and is under examination.
11. Indian Defence Accounts Service Proposal received on 22.05.2015 and is under examination.
12. Indian P&T Acctt. and Fin. Service The issue of cadre strength! creation of post has been received from DoE and the matter is under examination.

(iv) With Department of Expenditure (8)

13. Indian Railways Personnel Service The issue of Work Charge posts has been referred to DoE.
14. Indian Railways Accounts Service -do-
15. Indian Railways Stores Service -do-
16. Indian Railways Service of
Signal Engineers
-do-
17. Indian Railways Service of
Electrical Engineers
-do-
18. Indian Railways Traffic Service
19. Indian Railways Service of
Mechanical Engineers
-do-
20. Indian Railways Service of
Engineers
-do-

(v) With Ministry concerned for clarifications (2)

21. Indian P&T Building Works Clarifications are awaited from DoT.
22. Central Engineering Service (Roads) The Proposal was received on 24.04.2014 but lacked many essential information. Clarifications were sought from MoRTH, and based on reply received on 16.10.2014 a revised structure was proposed and sent to MoRTH for their comments. Reply from MoRTH is awaited.

Note:

1. In all the remaining cadres, letters have been written to the Cadre Controlling Authorities to send the cadre review proposals for the services/cadres pertaining to their departments.

2. By letter dated 20th April 2015 suggestions have been invited from the cadre Controlling Authorities on Cadre Review on email id singh.mona@nic.in

3. A presentation dated 19th December 2014 on “Reforming Personnel management in Gujarat” has been uploaded on the site for information as it contains many new initiatives of the Government of Gujarat. Slide number 16-47 has the details of restructuring and the recruitment calendar. The link is http://persmin.gov.in/DOPT/CSWing/CRDivision/HRReforms_Guj.pdf.

Source: http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02adm/3105.pdf

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CADRE REVIEW AND OTHER CHARTER OF DEMANDS BY CIVIL ACCOUNTS EMPLOYEES

COPY OF THE AICAEA LETTER TO CGA ON CADRE REVIEW AND OTHER DEPARTMENTAL DEMANDS

All India Civil Accounts Employees Association
(RECOGNISED BY GOVT. OF INDIA)
CENTRAL HEADQUARTERS
Phone No. 23345070, Mob. No. 9868520926, e-mail:- v.aicaea@gmail.com
Central Office: –                                                                                    Address for Communication:-
16-A, Akbar Road Hutments,
17/2 – C, P & T Quarters,
New Delhi: – 110011
Kali bari marg
NewDelhi-      110001

No: AICAEA/HQ/A-2/2015/380-410

Dated:  02.05.2015

To,
Shri Jawahar Thakur,
Controller General of Accounts,
Ministry of Finance,
Department of Expenditure,
Loknayak Bhawan,
Khan Market,
New Delhi – 110003

Subject:- Request for convening meeting with the National Executives of All India Civil Accounts Employees Association and All India Civil Accounts Employees Association Category – II.

Sir,

In continuation of NFCAA letter No: – NFCAA/HQ/A-2/2015/366 dated 01.05.2015, we are enclosing herewith the CADERE REVIEW proposal and the list of the items (Charter of Demands) we wish to discuss in the meeting we have requested for.

The date and time of the meeting may kindly be informed to us atleast a fortnight ahead so that our outstation National Executive members could procure Railway Reservations for attending the meeting.

Thanking you,
Yours Sincerely,

Enclo: as above

(V. Bhattacharjee)
Secretary General

Copy to the all Federal Executive Members.

CHARTER OF DEMANDS

1.   Cadre Review
Cadre Review in the Civil Accounts Organization on functional requirements and grant of appropriate Pay & Grade pay to different cadres.

a.     Accounts Assistant (by upgradation of post of LDCs ) – Grade Pay Rs. 2400/- PB 1

b.     Staff Car Driver Gr. II – Grade Pay Rs. 2400/- PB 1

c.       Stenographer Gr. III  –  Grade Pay Rs. 2800/- PB 1

d.     Accountant -20%, DEO Grade A and Junior Hindi Translator (converting as Accountant) –  Grade Pay Rs. 4200/- PB 2

e.     Sr. Accountant – 80%, Data Entry Operator Grade B/ Hindi Translator (Converting as Sr. Accountant) Stenographer Gr. I (Merged post of Gr.II & I) –  Grade Pay Rs. 4600/-PB 2

f.       Sr. Accountant- on completion of 4 years/Computer Operator –  Grade Pay Rs. 4800/-PB 2

g.     Private Secretary – Grade Pay Rs. 4800/-PB 2

After 4 years of service – Grade Pay Rs. 5400/-PB 3

h.  Asstt. Accounts Officer – 30% posts by promotion of Sr. Accountant on seniority with removal of condition of 53 years of age for eligibility and 70% by AAO(c) examination – Grade Pay Rs. 5400/-PB-2

h.     AAO Grade II on completion of 4 years – Grade Pay Rs. 5400/-PB 3

i.       Sr. Private Secretary – Grade Pay Rs. 6600- PB 3
(Post should be re-designated as Principal Private Secretary] Post of PPS may be allocated to Principal Chief Controller of Accounts and
Chief Controller of Accounts (Addl. Secretary/Joint Secretary level officers)
As per para 2(iii) of DOPT Order No.20/51/2009-CS.II (A)(Vol.II)
dated 25th February, 2011 – 625 newly created posts of PPS
have been allocated against Joint Secretaries and equivalent level officers in different Ministries/Departments participating in CSSS on functional jurisdiction

j. Restoration of 5% promotional quota to the post of LDC for Gr-D/MTS and clearing of backlog by promoting all eligible MTS to the grade of Accounts Assistant as a onetime measure.

2.  Formation of independent Department Of Accounts under CGA.

3. Filling up of vacant posts – regularization of contract /outsourced workers as per orders dated 23-01-2013 issued by Ministry of Labour – grant of minimum wage to those who are working against regular posts.

4. Grant of recognition to AICAEA CAT-II, NFCAA and implementation of check-off-system as per Government instructions.

5. Adoption of mutually agreed transfer policy for AAOs and implementation of the policy transparently and filling up of vacant posts by providing promotions to Civil Accounts Employees.

6. Provision of alternative accommodation and amenities to the Central Office of AICAEA.

7.  Imparting training and grant of incentive for implementation of e-payment system.

8. Removal of discrimination in the date of effect of Promotion and grant of date of effect of promotion from 1st January of the year to all cadres.

9. Allotment of one seat in the National Council,(JCM) and 2nd seat in Departmental Council(JCM) to All India Civil Accounts Employees Association.

10. Counting of service for Grant of benefit of II ACP to Sr. Accountant appointed as Accountant-

(a)  from the date passing departmental competitive examination conducted by SSC.
(b) from  the 1st July of the next year of passing open examination conducted by SSC as per orders of DOPT and MHA

11. Grant Pay Scale of Rs. 1350-2200 from 01.01.86 to DEOs as has been granted by the Defence Accounts Department as well as in terms of the CAT judgments.

12. Removal of injustice to newly recruited Accountant in the matter of granting 1st increment through rectification of the procedure of Departmental Confirmatory test and also imparting training to the candidates.

13. Grant of two financial up gradation to MTS under ACP scheme who had completed 24 years of service before implementation of MACP Scheme as has done by the O/o the Pr. of Audit and Director, Economic service Ministries, Delhi vide order No:- AMG.I/Admn-1/32 dated 24.06.2014 .

14. Grant of Headquarter allowance to Sr.PS/PS/Stenos posted in office of CGA.

15. Removal of anomaly in grade pay arisen in PAO, CRPF after amalgamation of the office in Civil Accounts Organization.

16. As per decision of Supreme Court, payment of arrears in cash from 01.01.1996 to 18-02-2003 to Sr. Accountants due to upgradation of pay scale from 1-1-1996 .

17. Decentralization of CPAO and formation of regional offices to make the very purpose of operation of Pension Accounting Offices effective and conveniently accessible to old aged Pensioners.

18. Relaxation for revision of option for fixation of pay in the revised pay structure for persons promoted to the grade of Asstt. Accounts Officer (AAO) after 01.01.2006.

19. As has been done in earlier occasions and granted by Defence Accounts Department, Grant of honorarium for checking of pay fixation cases and pension cases after implementation of 6th CPC recommendations.

20.  No redeployment of retired officers and employees in the Civil Accounts Organization.

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Cadre Restructuring of CSSS – Cadre Restructuring Committee submitted its report with recommendations and duties of CSSS personnel

Cadre Restructuring of CSSS – Cadre Restructuring Committee submitted its report with recommendations and duties of CSSS personnel

 

Cadre Review of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS) – regarding.

 

G.I., Dpet. of Per. & Trg., Circular No.151/2014-CS.II(C), dated 16.4.2015

 

Subject: Cadre Review of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS) – regarding.

 

3rd Cadre Restructuring Committee (CRC) consituted to review the service conditions of the CSSS personnel has submitted its report. The report of the Committee along with its major recommendations and duties of CSSS personnel are attached herewith for information.

 

2. Accordingly, all stakeholder viz., Ministries/Departments, Service Associations and individual officers may submit their comments on the report latest by 15th May, 2015. The comments may also be furnished via e-mail at kameshwar.mishra@nic.in

sd/-
(Kameshwar Mishra)
Under Sercretary to the Govt. of India

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Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS)- sanctioned strength of Officers – Dopt orders

Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS)- sanctioned strength of Officers – Dopt orders

G.I., Dep. of Per. & Trg., O.M. No.15/112014-CS.II-(A), 11.2.2015

Subject: Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS)- sanctioned strength of Officers – regarding.

The undersigned is directed to say that Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS) is under process in this Department. In this regard, the information rebted to sanctioned strength of the officers who are entitled to the assistance of the CSSS personnel is urgently required.

2. In view of above, all the cadre units are requested to furnish the requisite information related to sanctioned strength of the officers to this Department as per Annexure to the O.M through fax / e-mail by 13th February, 2015 positively.

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CBEC issued cadre review notification

CBEC issued cadre review notification

Customs & Central Excise Cadre Review

Board has issued CR NT Formations notifying the jurisdiction of all formations and the date of their effect.

The date of effect is 15-10-2014. So all the new Formations (new Commissionerates, Directorates, present Commissionerates reorganised and designated authorities) will take effect from 15-10-2014.

View the CBEC Notification dated 16th Sep’14

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Restructuring of certain Group ‘C’ cadres- matching savings

Restructuring of certain Group ‘C’ cadres- matching savings

“Cadre restructuring of Group ‘C’ staff, the matching savings by surrender of posts should be effected from the category itself.  Wherever it is not possible to do so from the category itself, the matchtng savings should be arranged from the department at the divisional/zonal level. If the Department/Railways are not able to provide the matching savings, the particular category/department will not be restructured”.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
RAILWAY BOARD

RBE No. 78/2014

New DeIhi, dated 22-07-2014

No. PC-III/2013/CRC/4

The General Managers/ Director General,
All Indian Railways/ Production Units, RDSO etc. &
Central Training Institutes.

Sub: Restructuring of certain Group ‘C’ cadres- matching savings.

As per Instructions contained in para 12 to 12.2 of Board’s letter of even no. dated 08-10-2013 (RBE No. 102/2013), for implementation of cadre restructuring of Group ‘C’ staff, the matching savings by surrender of posts should be effected from the category itself. Wherever it is not possible to do so from the category itself, the matchtng savings should be arranged from the department at the divisional/zonal level. If the Department/Railways are not able to provide the matching savings, the particular category/department will not be restructured.

2. It has been broughf to the notice of Board that there is currently shortage of Booking Clarks & Ticket Checking Staff and given the increase in passenger traffic & the introduction of new trains, Zonal Railways are finding it difficult to smoothly conduct the commercial activities of sale of tickets & ticket checking. While shortage of Commercial staff varies from zone to zone, it is particularly acute in a few zones. As such, It is viewed that since Booking Clerks & Ticket Checking Staff are being essentially, revenue earning categories, any further reduction in strength of these categories due to implementation of cadre restructuring especially in the zones already facing acute shortage, would not be desirable as it may lead to closure of counters or leaving coaches unmanned, thereby resulting in leakage of revenue.

3. The requirement of matching savings by surrender of posts is a mandatory pre-condition for cadre restructuring. Therefore, keeping in view the non-feasibility of further surrender of posts for cadre restructuring from the above mentioned two categories of Commercial Department in certain zones due to existing shortage of staff in these categories, it has been decided by Ministry of Railways (Railway Board) that after working out the financial implications for Booking Clerks & Ticket Checking Staff of Commercial Department as per instructions contained in para 12 of Board’s letter of even no. dated 08-10-2013 (RBE No. 102/2013). the General Managers may also consider the possibility of surrender of posts against matching savings from the alternate cadres at the Divisional/Zonal level, wherever absolutely must. In very rare & exceptional circumstances as a last resort, the option of using matching savings from vacancy bank may be considered as per laid down norms. However, there wouId be no revision of percendage dIstribution of posts without matching savings.

4. Except the above mentioned two categories (Booking Clerks & Ticket Checking staff) of Commercial Department, matching savings by surrender of posts for all other categories mentioned in the Annexure ‘A’ o ‘H’ of Board’s letter dated 08-10-2013 (RBE No. 102/2013), should continue to be arranged as per Instructins laid down in para 12 to 12.2 of Board’s letter ibid.’

5. These instructions are in partial modifications of Board’s letter no. 2013/TG-II/12/16/Cadre dated 31-01-2014.

6. This issues in consultation with the Commercial Directorate & with concurrence of the Finance Directorate of this Ministry.

7. This disposes of Eastern Railway’s letter no. E.740/O/Restructiring dated 02-05-2014 and E.C.Railway’s fetter no. ECR/HRD/Restructuring/Comml./14 dated 23-04-2014.

The receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged.

sd/-
(Vikram Gulati)
Director, Pay Commission-II
Railway Board

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Cadre Review of Clerical Staff in Ordnance Factories Organisation – INDWF

Cadre Review of Clerical Staff in Ordnance Factories Organisation – INDWF

By Fax/Speed Post
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
ORDNANCE FACOTRY BOARD
10-A, SHAHEED KHUDIRAM BOSE ROAD
KOLKATA – 700 001

Sub: Cadre Review of Clerical Staff in Ordnance Factorise Organisation.

After implementation of VIth CPC report by Government, there is a growing demand from Staff Side to review the cadre structure of clerical staff in the light of recommendations of VIth CPC and accordingly OFB has constituted a committee.

02. The recommendations of the Committee has been accepted by OFB and are summarised below…

(i) The number of posts of LDC and UDC is proposed to be 1700 each, which is the bare minimum at the lower level of the Clerical Cadre for smooth running of offices in the various Ordnance Factories. 

(ii) The number of posts of Office Superintendent is proposed to be fixed at 1600 for efficient running of the higher hierarchy of the Clerical Cadre.
(iii) The number of posts of Junior Works Manager (NT/OTS) is proposed to be 30% of the strength of Office Superintendent for further strengthening of the top hierarchy of the Clerical Cadre and taking care of the genuine aspirations of the cadre.
(iv) The following rationalised structure is proposed

S.No. Post Pay Band & Grade Pay Existing Sanctioned Strength Proposed Sanctioned Strength Proposed Sanctioned Strength(excluding promotional posts of Chargeman) Proposed percentage Existing Percentage
1 LDC PB-1, Rs.5200-20200 & GP Rs.1900 1682 1700 1700 31% 27.5%
2 UDC PB-1, Rs.5200-20200 & GP Rs.2400 2125 1700 1700 31% 35%
3 Office Superintendent PB-2, Rs.9300-34800 & GP Rs.4200 1857 1600 1600 29% 30%
4 Junior Works Manager(NT/OTS) PB-2, Rs.9300-34800 & GP Rs.4800(5400 after 4 years) 466 946* (480+466) 480** 9%** 7.5%
Total 6130 5946 5480 100% 100%

*466 exclusively for promotion of Chargeman and 480 exclusively for promotion office Superintendent to JWM (NT/OTS).

**Exclusive promotional post of JWM from the feeder grade of Office Superintendent.
The financial implication of cadre restructuring is given in the table below…

Post Pay Band & Grade Pay Mid Point of the Pay Band+Grade Pay(Rs.) No, of Posts Proposed to be created or surrendered Financial Implication per annum (Rs.)
LDC PB-1, Rs.5200-20200 & GP Rs.1900 14,600/- (+)18 (1700 – 1682) (+) 18 x 14600 x 12 = (+)3153600
UDC PB-1, Rs.5200-20200 & GP Rs.2400 15100/- (-)425(2125 – 1700) (-)425 x 15100 x 12 = (-)77010000
Office Superintendent PB-2, Rs.9300-34800 & GP Rs.4200 26,250/- (-)257(1857-1600) (-)257 x 26250 x 12 = (-)80955000
Junior Works Manager(NT/OTS) PB-2, Rs.9300-34800 & GP Rs.4800(5400 after 4 years) 26,650/- +480(946-466) (+)480 x 26650 x 12 = 153504000
Total (-)184 (-)1307400

(v) Net savings due to this rationalisation is Rs.13,07,400/- (Thirteen Lakh Seven Thousand and Four Hundred only) per annum.

03. Copies of following letters quoted in the Cadre Review Committee report are also enclosed herewith for ready reference.
(i) Report of Cadre Review Committee.
(ii) DOP&T O.M.No.2/1/87-PP dated 23.11.1987.
(iii) Ministry of Finance O.M.No.5(3)/E-III/97 dt.07.01.1999
(iv) MOD letter No.44(1)2002/III/D(FY.II) dt.01.10.2005.
(vi) MOD Instruction No.34(19)/08/D(FY.II) dt.18.01.2011.
(vii) OFB order No.3265/6th CPC/IMPL/2011/A/NG dt. 04.02.2011.
04. Ministry of Defence is required to kindly approve the Cadre Review of Clerical Staff on priority.

05. This issues with the approval of DGOF & Chairman, OFB.

[Dr.(Smt.) Vani A.Singh]
Director/NI
For Director General, Ordnance Factories
Tele Fax No.033-2242-0972

To,
Shri Sharda Prasad
Deputy Secretary,
Ministry of Defence,
D(Estt./NG), Sena Bhawan, New Delhi-110011.
OFB I.D. No.340/CADRE REVIEW/CLERCAL/A/NI dt. 13.02.2014.

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Finance Minister clears CBEC Cadre restructuring

Finance Minister clears CBEC Cadre restructuring

Chairperson’s note regarding implementation of the Cadre restructuring

Implementation of the Cadre Restructuring of the department has been approved by Hon’ble FM on 10.05.2014- Chairperson’s note regarding implementation of the Cadre restructuring

Greetings to the IC&CE family. It is my pleasure to inform you that implementation of the cadre restructuring of the department has been approved by the Hon’ble FM on 10.5.2014. Months of hard work and waiting have finally paid off. The cadre restructuring is late by 7 years, even so there is a cause for happiness as a large number of promotions in different grades can now take place.

However, we have no time to rest as the implementation of the CR requires focus and a lot of hard work.

It is in the interest of the department to have a committed and largely satisfied work force. Stagnation is one of the de-motivating factors in this regard. While CR resolves some of the issues leading to stagnation. it does not address some of the root causes of stagnation. For this we have to take other actions such as amending the RRs, raising the matter before the next Pay Commission etc. Addressing the root of the problem also takes clarity of mind, time, patience and persistence since other Ministries & agencies are involved. It also requires that we remain united at all times. We should be cautious that divisiOns & differences do not derail/side track the process of CR which is in the larger interest of the entire department. Just as a motivated work force is important, credibility of the higher bureaucracy in the department is also equally important and must not be undermined.

Promotions to Group B gazetted and lower posts are to be done by the CCA’s. I hope that ACRs/rosters and vigilance clearances etc. are up to date. I urge all officers, staff and associations of the department to be united and face the challenges of implementation with patience, persistence and a spirit of cooperation. I again thank all of you for your support in carrying through this important work.

sd/-
(J.M.Shanti sundharam)
Chalperson

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POSITION AFTER 8 YEARS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF 7TH CPC

POSITION AFTER 8 YEARS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF 7TH CPC

ALL INDIA ASSOCIATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF (NG)
MINISTRY OF STATISTICS & PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION
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e-mail: aiams08@gmail.com

Hall No. 201 & 205, Vijay Stumbh,
Zone I, MaharanaPratap Nagar,

No. Assn/1/2014/GS

Dated 10/03/2014

To
The Secretary,
Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation,
New Delhi-110001

Sub: 1. Non implementation of cadre restructuring of Administrative Staff in NSSO Offices after long five years since start.

2. Large number of posts of Assistant is lying vacant in NSSO Offices due to not taking up the merger of the posts of Office Superintendents & Assistants after a lapse of long 8 years since 6th CPC.

3. Posts of Administrative Officers are lying vacant very long for want of recruitment rules for the post.
Sir,
This Association had written a letter to your office vide letter No. Assn/2/2012/GS Dated 23/07/2012 to apprise the inordinate delay in implementation of cadre restructuring of Administrative Staff in NSSO Offices thereby bringing you the disappointment of the Staff shouldering heavy responsibilities of Administrative Officers in the NSSO Offices retiring on the post of UDC/Assistants without getting any pay parity (copy enclosed). Thereafter, I have contacted the concerned authorities in the Ministry several times and explained the miseries of the Administrative Staff of the NSSO Offices carrying higher responsibilities without getting a matching pay scale. But despite of a lapse of 1 year and 9 months after the submission of the aforesaid letter no significant development in the implementation of the Cadre restructuring has been taken place.

It is worth mentioning here that this is the only cadre restructuring for Administrative Staff which has been initiated by the Ministry since the very inception of the NSSO. But unfortunately the maiden Cadre restructuring itself has not reached anywhere even after 5 years from its initiation.

2. Non filling of vacancies of Assistant.
Large number of posts of Assistant is lying vacant in FOD Offices where UDCs are discharging duties of Assistant in addition to their own duties as UDC without any additional remuneration and forced to retire on the post itself. FOD has informed that vacant post of Assistant is not being filled up due to the pending merger of the posts of Office Superintendent and Assistant. In the Regional Offices of FOD Office Superintendent with Gazetted status were functioning as Section Officer and DDO and on the ground a request for upgradation of the OS post to the Section Officer was made by this Association immediately after implementation of the 6th Pay Commission. But the same was not considered by the Ministry. And yet, merging of these two posts has not taken place even after 8 years of implementation of 6th CPC. This has largely affected career of the UDC and LDCs of the FOD.

3. Non filling of vacancies of Administrative Officer.
Majority of the posts of Administrative Officer, sanctioned in the FOD Offices has been lying vacant for the reason that the recruitment rule for the post of Administrative Officer has not been finalized. The initiation for change of recruitment rule for the post would have been started immediately after the implementation of the Pay Commission. But it pains to note that after 8 years of implementation of the Pay Commission the recruitment rule for the post has not been modified and due to this only reason, the person qualified to get promoted to the post of AO are suffering.

It is requested to please take a favorable action on the matter immediately.

Yours faithfully

(TKR Pillai)
General Secretary

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CBEC Orders – Cadre Restructuring and re-organization of field formations under central board of excise & customs

CBEC Orders – Cadre Restructuring and re-organization of field formations under central board of excise & customs

F.NoA.11019/08/2013-Ad.IV
Government of India
Department of Finance
Department of Revenue
(Central Board of Excise & Customs)

HUDCO Vishala, Bhikaji Cama Place
New Delhi, December 18, 2013

To
The Director General
Directorate General of Human Resource Development
Customs & Central Excise
409/8 Deep Shikha, Rajendra Place
New Delhi – 110 008.

Subject:  Cadre Restructuring and re-organization of field formations under central board of excise & customs.

Madam
I am directed to convey the sanction of the competent authority for creation of 18067 posts in various grades under the central Board of Excise & customs, as per details in Annexure A to this letter, with immediate effect. With the creation of these posts, the total sanctioned staff strength of the Central Board of Excise & Customs will be increased from the existing 66808 to 84875.

2. The posts approved for creation include 2118 temporary Group A posts created in Junior Time Scale for a period of five years from the dated of this letter, to be regulated in the manner stipulated in Para 4 here under.

3. The new vacancies arising due to additional regular posts approved for creation in the Junior Time Scale as well chain vacancies in JTS arising due to promotions against additional posts created at higher levels will be filled up in accordance with the provisions of India Revenue Service (Customs & Central Excise) Recruitment Rules, 2012 and the extant instructions of DOP &T.

4. The temporary vacancies arising due to creation of 2118 temporary posts in Junior Time Scale will be operational for five years from the date of this letter and will be filled up only on promotion from the feeder grades specified in the relevant recruitment rules. The promotions against these vacancies shall not entail further promotion to any level beyond JTS.

5. All additional posts created in various other grades will also be filled up in accordance with the provisions of the relevant recruitment rules.

6. Pending notification of revised recruitment rules, wherever required the newly created/re-designated posts will be filled up on the basis of the extant Guidelines for Recruitment Rules, issued by the Department of Personnel & Training. Concurrence of Deptt. of Personnel & Training would be obtained for the relaxations, wherever required.

7. Wherever the posts recommended for abolition are filled up at present, such abolition will be effective on such posts being relinquished by the existing incumbents by way of promotion, transfer, retirement, resignation etc.

8. The formation-Wise distribution of the posts at various levels will be issued  separately. Details of Group “C” Posts will also be communicated separately.

9. This issues with the approval of competent authority and with the concurrence of integrated Finance Unit vide their ID No.212509/JS&FA(F)/2013 dated December 18,2013.

Yours faithfully
Sd/-
(Nirbhai Singh)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

Annexure-A to letter No.A.11019/08/2013-Ad.IV dated December 18, 2013 (Three pages)

Central Board of Excise & Customs — Cadre Restructuring 2013 — Statement of Existing Posts and Posts approved for creation

Annexure-A to letter No.A.11019/08/2013-Ad.IV dated December 18, 2013

Sl. No.
Existing Designation
Approved Revised Designation
PAY- SCALE
Existing Strength
Approved
Revised Strength  
Additional
Posts
A
B
B-A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1 No Post Principal Chief Commissioner/  Principal DG Rs. 80,000 (FIXED) (Apex) 0 14 14
2 No Post Chief Commissioner/ Director General Rs.75,500-80000 (HAG+) 0 38 38
3 Chief Commissioner Principal Commissioner RS.67000-79000 (HAG) 47 100 53
4 Commissioner Commissioner PB-4 RS.37400-67000 + GRADE PAY Rs.10000 (SAG) 295 340 45
5 Additional Commissioner Additional Commissioner PB-4 RS. 37400-67000  + GRADE PAYRs. 8700 {JAG (NFSG)} 593 932 339
6 Joint Commissioner Joint Commissioner PB-3 RS.15600-39100 +  GRADE PAY Rs.7600 (JAG)
7 Dy. Commissioner Dy. Commissioner PB-3 RS.15600-39100 +GRADE PAY Rs.6600 (STS) 601 801 200
8 Asst. Commissioner Asst. Commissioner PB-3 RS.15600-39100 +GRADE PAY Rs. 5400 949 1249 300
9 Asst. Asst. Commissioner* PB-3 Rs.15600-39100 + GRADE PAY Rs.5400 0 2118 2118
10 Senior Private Secretary Senior Private Secretary PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 +GRADE PAY Rs 4800 47 152 105
11 Private Secretary Private Secretary PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 +GRADE PAY Rs 4600 295 340 45
12 Steno Grade-I Steno Grade-I PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 +GRADE PAY Rs 4200 735 932 197
13 Steno Grade-II Steno Grade-II PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 +GRADE PAY Rs 2400 550 801 251
14 Superintendent of Central Excise Superintendent of Central Excise PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 + GRADE PAY
Rs 4800 & 5400
(After 4 years of regular service)
13948 19108 5160
15 Superintendent of Customs  (Preventive) Superintendent of Customs (Preventive)
16 Appraiser Appraiser
17 Inspector Central Excise Inspector Central Excise PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 + GRADE PAY Rs 4600 20163 25203 5040
18 Preventive Officer Preventive Officer
19 Examiner Examiner
20 CAO CAO PB-3 RS.15600-39100 + GRADE PAY Rs. 5400 155 349 194
21 A.O. A.O. PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 + GRADE PAY Rs 4600 984 1600 616
22 DOS/STA Executive Assistant PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 + GRADE PAY Rs 4200 5197 4850 -347
23 Tax Assistant Tax Assistant PB-1 Rs. 5200- 20800 + GRADE PAY Rs 2400 5432 6432 1000
24 LDC (including Record Keeper) LDC PB-1 Rs. 5200- 20800  + GRADE PAY Rs 1900 908 1917 1009
25 Driver Spl Grade Driver Spl. Grade PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 + GRADE PAY Rs 4200 103 86 -17
26 Driver Grade-I Driver Grade-I PB-1 Rs. 5200- 20800  + GRADE PAY Rs 2800 725 392 -333
27 Driver Grade-II Driver Grade-II PB-1 Rs. 5200- 20800 + GRADE PAY Rs 2400 621 427 -194
28 Driver Grade-Ill Driver Grade-Ill PB-1 Rs. 5200- 20800 + GRADE PAY Rs 1900 641 480 -161
29 Head Havaldar Head Havaldar PB-1 Rs. 5200- 20800 + GRADE PAY Rs 1900 2139 6500 4361
30 Havaldar Havaldar PB-1 Rs. 5200- 20800 + GRADE PAY Rs 1800 10475 8690 -1785
31 Deputy Director (OL) Deputy Director (OL) PB-3 RS.15600-39100 + GRADE PAY Rs 6600 6 11 5
32 Asstt. Director  (OL) Asstt. Director  (OL) PB-3 RS.15600-39100  + GRADE PAY Rs 5400 37 68 31
33 Senior Hindi Translator Senior Hindi  Translator PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 + GRADE PAY Rs 4600 24 79 55
34 Junior Hindi Translator Junior Hindi Translator PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 + GRADE PAY Rs 4200 168 158 -10
35 Programmer Programmer PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 + GRADE PAY Rs 4600 20 0 -20
36 Asst. Programmer Asst. Programmer PB-2 Rs. 9300- 34800 + GRADE PAY Rs 4200 60 5 -55
37 Group ‘C’ Group ‘C’ PB-1 Rs. 5200- 20800  + GRADE PAY RS.1900, Rs. 2000 & Rs. 2,400 69 69 0
38 Others Group ‘C’ Multi Tasking Staff PB-1 Rs. 5200- 20800 + GRADE PAY Rs 1800 821 634 -187
Total
66808 84875 18067

* The creation of 2118 Temporary posts of Assistant Commissioner in Junior Time Scale for a period of five years is regulated by the conditions in Para 4 of the forwarding Sanction Letter.

sd/-
(Nirbhai Singh)
Under Secretary (Ad.IV)
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Restructuring of Group ‘C’ Staff of Specific to RDSO

Restructuring of Group ‘C’ Staff of Specific to RDSO

 ANNEXURE – ‘H’

STATEMENT REGARDING RESTRUCTURING OF GROUP ‘C’ STAFF SPECIFIC TO RDSO

Annexure to Board’s letter No. PC-III/2013/CRC/4 dated 08-10-2013.

 

Category Pay Structure
as per
6th CPC
Existing %age
after merger of
Grade(s)
Revised
percentage
PB GP (Rs)
Scientific Asstt./ Supervisors (Psycho Tech Cell)/RDSO PB-2 4600 70 80
PB-2 4200 30 20
Scientific Staff (Research)/RDSO PB-2 4600 50 65
PB-2 4200 50 35
Scientific Staff (Design)/RDSO PB-2 4600 50 65
PB-2 4200 50 35
Technical Staff (Mech. etc.)/ RDSO PB-2 4600 70 80
PB-2 4200 30 20

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