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Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS) for the Central Government Civilian Employees – Implementation of the 7th CPC Recommendation Clarification regarding revised benchmark of “Very Good” of APAR grading

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Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS) for the Central Government Civilian Employees – Implementation of the 7th CPC Recommendation Clarification regarding revised benchmark of “Very Good” of APAR grading

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F.No.A-26017/127/2017-Ad.IIA
Government Of India
Ministry of Finance
Department Of Revenue
Central Board of Excise and Customs

North Block
New Delhi, the 04th October,2017

To,

All Cadre Controlling Authorities under CBEC

Subject: Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS) for the Central Government Civilian Employees – Implementation of the 7th CPC Recommendation Clarification regarding revised benchmark of “Very Good” of APAR grading.

Sir,

DoP&t vide OM No.35034/3/2015-Estt(D) dated 28.09.2016 had clarified that with effect from 25.07.2016. For grant of financial upgradation under the MACPS, the prescribed benchmark would be “Very Good” for all the posts.

2. The Board has been receiving a number of references from various field formations of CBEC, Associations and individuals on the subject mentioned above, seeking clarification whether the revised benchmark of “Very Good” (w.e.f 25.07.2016) may be applied to ACRs/APARs of 2015-16 and period prior to that, and whether the officers should be given opportunity to represent against the “Good” grading of past ACRs/APARs.

3. The matter has been examined in consultation with DoP&T .DoP&T has opined that there is no question of allowing second opportunity of representation against the APAR which are post 2009 as these are already disclosed to the employees in APAR process. DoP&T vide OM dated 28.09.2016 has implemented the recommendations of 7th CPC. accepted by the Government for enhancing the benchmark for grant of MACP to ‘Very Good’. These instructions are applicable w.e.f 25.07.2016, the date of issue of Government Resolution by D/o Expenditure. Therefore, in cases where the MACP falls due on or after 25.07.2016, the revised benchmark of ‘Very Good’ is to be followed. In other words, the overall grading of the APARs reckonable for grant of MACP should be atleast ‘Very Good’.

Yours faithfully.

(M.K.Gupta)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Tele.No.011-230955528

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MACP Scheme in 7th Central Pay Commission: Important clarification by CGDA

MACP Scheme in 7th Central Pay Commission: Important clarification by CGDA

CONTROLLER GENERAL OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
ULAN BATAR ROAD, PALAM, DELHI CANTT-10

X1/11051/MACP/2016/Vol-I
Dated 10-08-2017

To
PCA (Fys), PCsDA/CsDA

Sub: Modified Assured Career Progression (MACPs) for the Central Government Civilian employees:Implementation of seventh CPC Recommendations

Various reference has been received from different Controllers regarding grant of benefit of MACP for the Central Government Civilian Employees.

In this connection, it is intimated subsequent to implementation of VIth CPC, Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme was introduced with effect from 01/09/2008 vide DOP&T OM No 35034/3/2008-Estt(D) dated 19/05/2009. Subsequently, clarifications/FAQs have been issued in the matter vide DOPT OM dated 16/11/2009, 09/09/2010, 01/04/2011, 13/06/2012, 04/10/2012 and 10/12/2014.

2. In this matter attention is also invited to Para 4 of Annexure 1 to OM Dated 19/05/2009, which clearly stipulates that benefits of pay fixation available at the time of regular promotion shall also be allowed at the time of financial upgradation under the scheme.

3. With the implementation of 7th CPC, DoPT vide its OM No.F.No. 35034/03/2015-Estt(D) dated 27/28th September 2016 has made amendments to Para 1 & 2 of OM dated 19/05/2009 and Para 17 (annexure to OM dated 19/05/2009 vide Para 3 and 5 respectively, while making the changes effective from 25/07/2016, i.e. date of resolution notification by DOPT.

4. Thus it is imperative from the DOPT OM dated 27/28th September 2016 that the provisions contained in OM Dated 19/05/2009 (with subsequent clarifications/FAQs dated 16/11/2009, 09/09/2010, 01/04/2011, 13/06/2012, 04/10/2012 and 10/12/2014) read with amendments as proposed in DOPT OM Dated 27/28th September 2016 are in effect w.e.f. 25/07/2016. Accordingly all cases of MACP arising on or after 25/07/2016 may be dealt with as per DOPT OM dated 27/28th September 2016.

5. Cases prior to 25/07/2016 may be dealt with existing provisions of MACP as per DOPT OM Dated 19/05/2009 (with subsequent clarifications/FAQs dated 16/11/2009, 09/09/2010, 01/04/2011, 13/06/2012, 04/10/2012 and 10/12/2014).

6. It is further intimated that the orders on comprehensive MACP Scheme as mentioned in DOP&T letter dated 28/09/2016 have not yet been issued by DOP&T. The same shall be circulated on receipt.

Sd/-
(Vishav Jit Gandotra)
For CGDA

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Ex-gratia amount for CAPF personnel

Ex-gratia amount for CAPF personnel

The amount of ex-gratia lump sum compensation available to the families of Central Government Civilian employees, who die in the performance of their bona fide official duties under various circumstances, has been increased on the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission w.e.f. 01/01/2016 vide DoP&PW OM No.38/37/2016-P&PW(A)(i) dated 04/08/2016, as under:

Circumstances

Earlier amount ( Rs.)

Revised amount (Rs.)

Death occurring due to accidents in
course of performance of duties.
10
lakh
25
lakh
Death in the course of performance of
duties attributed to acts of violence by terrorists, anti social elements
etc.
10
lakh
25
lakh
Death occurring in border skirmishes
and action against militants, terrorists, extremists, sea pirates.
15
lakh
35
lakh
Death occurring while on duty in the
specified high altitude, unaccessible border posts, etc. on account of
natural disasters, extreme weather conditions.
15
lakh
35
lakh
Death occurring during enemy action in
war or such war like engagements, which are specifically notified by Ministry
of Defence and death occurring during evacuation of Indian Nationals from a
war-torn zone in foreign country.

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45
lakh

The rate of ex-gratia lump sum compensation for 100 percent disability to CAPFs & Assam Rifles personnel, who are disabled in the performance of their bonafide official duty under various circumstances and are boarded out from service on account of disability attributable to aggravated in service, has been revised vide this Ministry OM No.27011/64/2010-R&W (Part) dated 07/06/2017 from Rs. 09 lakhs to Rs. 20 lakhs w.e.f 01/01/2016.

The 7th CPC has recommended a common regime of Risk and Hardship Allowance for Army and CAPFs which has been accepted by the Government.

This was stated by the Minister of State for Home Affairs, Shri Kiren Rijiju in a written reply to question by Shri Bahadur Singh Koli in the Lok Sabha today.

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Annual Report on Pay and Allowances

Annual Report on Pay and Allowances

Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
Pay Research Unit

The Pay Research Unit brings out a publication entitled Brochure on Pay and Allowances of Central Government Civilian Employees.

The Brochure provides statistical information regarding expenditure incurred by the different Ministries / Departments of Central Government on pay and various types of allowances such as Dearness Allowance, House Rent Allowance, Compensatory (City) Allowance, Overtime Allowance etc. in respect of its regular employees. It also provides information on Ministry / Department- wise and Group-wise number of sanctioned posts, number of incumbents in position and vacant posts as on 1st March. The Brochure contains information about disparity ratio i.e. the ratio of the maximum to minimum pay of different State Government Employees.

Authority: http://doe.gov.in/

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No ACP/MACP Promotional Scheme for KV Employees

No ACP/MACP Promotional Scheme for KV Employees

The Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme for the Central Government civilian employees has been introduced vide Department of Personnel & Training O.M. No. 35034/3/2008-Estt.(D) dated 19th May, 2009 as amended from time to time. The extension of Modified Assured Career Progression (MACP) to the employees is subject to the conditions that:

i) The earlier ACP Scheme was also implemented / adopted by the said Autonomous / Statutory Body.

ii) The proposal to adopt MACP Scheme has been approved by the Governing Body/Board of Directors.

iii) The Administrative Ministry/Financial Adviser of the Ministry has concurred with the proposal.

iv) The financial implications of adoption of MACP Scheme has been taken into account by the Organisation / Body and the additional financial implication can be met by it within the existing Budget Grants.

As the teaching staff of KVS, including Principals had not accepted the earlier ACP Scheme introduced in the year 1999, they would not be entitled for the benefits of MACP scheme.

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Facility of concessional retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting to Central Government employees transferred to NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K

Clarification on facility of concessional retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting to Central Government employees transferred to NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K.

No.12035/4/2015-Pol.II
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi-110108.

Dated the 24th May, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Clarification on facility of concessional retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting to Central Government employees transferred to NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K.

The concessional retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation (GPRA) to Central Government Civilian employees has been permitted at their last place of posting vide the Directorate of Estates OM No: 12035/31l96-Pol.III dated 79.1998 and OM No: 12035/2/90-Pol.II(Pt.II) dated 15.9.1998 on their transfer to NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K. It has been brought to notice that some Central Government employees who have come on deputation to Delhi and other places and whose parent Offices are located in NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K, on repatriation to their parent Office/Unit request for the facility of concessional retention of GPRA at the last place of deputation.

2. It is clarified that the facility of concessional retention of GPRA at the last place of posting for Central Government employees is permitted only when the allottee of GPRA is transferred to NER, Sikkim, Andaman a Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K from other places and is not permitted to the Central government employees who are repatriated back to his/her parent office in NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K on completion of their deputation from other places.

sd/-
(Swarnali Banerjee)
Deputy Director of Estates(Policy)

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Government expenditure on Central Government Employees and actual impact on government finances

Government expenditure on CG employees and actual impact on government finances

Comrades,

There are various reports in the media about the impact of the 7th CPC recommendations on the common man and the government resources at large, the reports suggest that additional amount of Rs one lakh crores of public money has been spent for implementation of the 7th CPC recommendations for 35 lakhs central Government employees, Perhaps the strongest criticism of Pay Commission awards is that they play havoc with government finances and also state government demand support to implement the 7th CPC recommendations. At the aggregate level, these concerns are somewhat exaggerated and which is totally wrong.

Let us examine the 7th CPC report vide para no 3.65 and 3.66 and the website of Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Expenditure Pay Research Unit for Brochure on Pay and Allowances of Central Government Civilian Employees visit website : http://finmin.nic.in/pru/BROCHURE/PayAllowance2013-14E.pdf

7th-cpc-GDP

The 7th CPC report para number 3.65 and 3.66

3.65 The total expenditure on pay and allowances for civil personnel of Central Government in the recent years is brought out in Table 9.

Table 9: Expenditure on Pay and Allowances

7th-cpc-pay-allowance

The Commission has obtained details of expenditure from each ministry/department for up to FY 2012-13. Of the total expenditure on pay and allowances of Rs 1,29,599 crore for the financial year 2012-13.

3.66 The expenditure per capita on pay and allowances for Civil Central Government personnel for FY 2012-13 was Rs 3.92 lakh per annum i.e Rs 32666/- per month.

Add 35% DA for the period 1/4/2013 to 1/1/2016 average salary of Civil Central Government personnel as on 1/1/2016 at 125% DA which works around Rs 37500/- per month (Rs 4.50 lakhs per annum ) without 7th CPC recommendations . ie Rs 1.57,000 crores

Add average 16% wage increase due to 7th CPC which works out to Rs 43500/- per month Rs 5.22 lakhs per annum) with 7th CPC implementation .

Total Expenditure for 35 lakhs for Civil Central Government personnel for FY 2016-17 is around Rs 1,83,000 crores In respect of pensions expenditure for 55 lakhs pensioners amount is around Rs 81,000/ crores as on 1/1/2016. which is against the revenue receipts of Rs 19 lakh crores. The percentage of revenue receipt and wages is just around 13 % of the total revenue is spent on the wages and pension for the Central Government personnel. In fact it is just at 1.3 % of the GDP.

This clearly shows that that the increase in impact for the government of India finances is just below additional Rs 25,000/- crores not additional Rs 1,00,000/- crores as per the media reports.

The 7th CPC recommendations’ impact need not give jitters to the government because the rise in government wages will amount to only 0.4 per cent of GDP.

One more aspect is that technically, the recommendations of a Central Pay Commission are only for Central Government employees and States are not bound to follow suit. Indeed, up to the 1980s, States constituted their own Pay Commissions and prescribed their own pay scales, based upon their fiscal capacity.

Let us not be carried over by the media or press reports, hence we should educate each and every employee for struggle and so that a decent wage hike is achieved.

Comradely yours

(P.S.Prasad)

General Secretary

Source: www.karnatakacoc.blogspot.in

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

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

 

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

 

The Speech is critically reviewed by Comrade Elangovan of DREU.

 

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

 

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

R.ELANGOVAN,
WORKING PRESIDENT, DREU

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

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

 

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

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Facilities to Employees of BRO

Facilities to Employees of BRO

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Defence

20-March-2015 16:07 IST

 Facilities to Employees of BRO

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

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

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

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

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

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MACP Promotion Benefits to Govt Employees at right time – Granting MACP upgradation without delay – Dopt Instructions on 18.2.2015

MACP Promotion Benefits to Govt Employees at right time –  Granting MACP upgradation without delay – Dopt Instructions on 18.2.2015
The nodal agency of Indian Government, Department of Personnel and Training has instructed to all the Ministries/Departments on 18th Feb 2014 regarding the promotional scheme for Central Govt employees is called MACP. Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme for the Central Government Civilian Employees which is operational w.e.f. 01.09.2008. MACP Scheme envisages the three financial upgradations at intervals of 10, 20 and 30 years of continuous regular service to all regularly appointed Group “A”, “B”, and “C” Central Government Civilian Employees.
As per para 6 of DOPT’s O.M. No. 35034/3/2008-Estt.(D) dated 19.05.2009, the Screening Committee would follow a time-schedule and meet twice in a financial year – preferably in the first week of January and first week of July of a year for advance processing of the cases maturing in that half. Accordingly, cases maturing during the first-half (April-September) of a particular financial year would be taken up for consideration by the Screening Committee meeting in the first week of January. Similarly, the Screening Committee meeting in the first week of July of any financial year would process the cases that would be maturing during the second-half (October-March) of the same financial year.
It has come to notice of this Department that the benefits of MACPS are not being granted as per the schedule/provisions in the MACP Scheme leading to dissatisfaction and grievances among the employees. Therefore, Ministries/Departments are advised to ensure strict compliance to the time limits indicated in MACPS for grant of benefits under this scheme as and when the employees become eligible for such benefits.

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Retention of GPRA by CGE & AIS Officers posted to State of J&K – Extension upto 30.06.2015

Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation (GPRA) by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services posted to State of Jammu & Kashmir – extension upto 30.6.2015: Directorate of Estate Order:-

12035/2/90-Policy-II(Pt.III)
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi – 110 103.
Dated the 9th July, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services posted to State of Jammu & Kashmir – extension upto 30.6.2015.

Reference is invited to this Directorate O.M .No.12035 / 2/ 90-Pol.lI(Pt.II) dated 15.9.1993 and subsequent instructions dated 26.7.1999, 25.5.2002, 31.10.2005, 5.6.2003 and 3.6.2011 regarding retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services on posting to the State of Jammu & Kashmir. The existing orders on the subject are valid up to 30.6.2014 and further extension beyond 30.6.2014 has been considered by the competent authority. It has now been decided to further extend allowing retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services on their posting to State of Jammu Kashmir for a period of one year, i.e. up to 30.06.2015.

2. Since the retention/ allotment of alternate Govt. accommodation is allowed for bonafide use of the dependent family of the transferred government servant, he/ she will furnish a certificate on 1st July and st January of every year, stating that his/her dependent family members are actually residing in the Government accommodation at the last place of posting. Such a certificate will also have to be furnished at the time of seeking retention. In case no such certificate is received by 31st January and 31st  July every year respectively, this Directorate will be constrained to cancel the allotment of the residence in question.

3. The request for retention of entitled type of accommodation should be received within a period of one month from the date of relinquishing of charge at the last place of posting so that further necessary action could be initiated by the Directorate of Estates in Time.

sd/-
(M.K. Sharma)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20337.pdf

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Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers

 Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation for NE Region, A&N Island & Lakshadweep extension upto 30.06.2015

Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services posted to North Eastern Region, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep – extension upto 30.6.2015: Directorate of Estates Order-

12035/24/77-Policy-II (VoI.V)
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi – 110 108.
Dated the 9th July, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services posted to North Eastern Region, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep – extension upto 30.6.2015.

Reference is invited to this Directorate O.M.No.12035f31/96-Pol.II dated 7.9.1998 and subsequent instructions dated 30.9.1999, 30.4.2002, 15.7.2005, 1.7.2008 and 3.6.2011 regarding retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services on posting to North Eastern Region, Sikkim, Andaman 8. Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep. The existing orders on the subject are valid up to 306.2014 and further extension beyond 30.5.2014 has been considered by the competent authority. It has now been decided to further extend allowing retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services on their posting to North Eastern Region, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep for a period of one year i.e. up to 30.06.2015. The concession of retention of GPRA would also be admissible if a Government servant is transferred from one place to another in the North Eastern Region.

2. Since the retention I allotment of Government accommodation is allowed for bonafide use of the dependent family of the transferred government servant, he/she will furnish a certificate on 1st July and 15‘ January of every year, stating that his/her dependent family members are actually residing in the Government accommodation at the last place of posting. Such a certificate will also have to be furnished at the time of
seeking retention. In case no such certificate is received by 31st January and 31 July every year this Directorate will be constrained to cancel the allotment of the residence in question.

3. The request for retention of entitled type of accommodation should be received within a period of one month from the date of relinquishing the charge at the 1st place of posting so that further necessary action could be initiated by the Directorate of Estates in Time.

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(M.K.Sharma)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20334.pdf

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Executive Engineers in 3rd MACP with GP 7600 not entitled for NFU: CPWD Clarification

Executive Engineers in 3rd MACP with GP 7600 not entitled for NFU: CPWD Clarification

The Executive Engineers who have already been granted 3rd Financial up-gradation in the grade pay of Rs 7600/- under MACP scheme would not be entitled for NFU to the same grade in future – Clarification by CPWD.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
CENTRAL PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
N1RMAN BHAWAN, NEW DELHI.

DG/Estt./15

Date:- 29/08/2013

 OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme for the Central Government Civilian Employees-Clarification regarding grant of benefits of MACPS to Officers who have later on inducted into Organized Group A Service.

The undersigned is directed to refer to DOPT’s O.M No. 35034/10/2011-Estt. dated 13/06/2013 regarding grant of 3rd financial upgradation under MACP scheme in respect of Executive Engineers who have already been inducted into Organized Group ‘A’ Services. In this connection, DOPT vide above OM clarified that it has been decided to allow grant of financial up-gradation under MACPs with effect from the due date to those officers who are inducted to the organized Group `A’ Services when they are nearing retirement subject to the condition that only at the time of retirement an evaluation of up-gradation/promotion earned by the officer would be made. In case such officers have already attained three financial up-gradations under MACP scheme, they shall not be entitled for NFU to the same grade from a later date (Copy enclosed).

In view of above, the Executive Engineers who have already been granted 3rd Financial up-gradation in the grade pay of Rs 7600/- under MACP scheme would not be entitled for NFU to the same grade in future.

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(Suresh Chandra)
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MODIFIED ASSURED CAREER PROGRESSION SCHEME (MACPS) FOR THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES.

MODIFIED ASSURED CAREER PROGRESSION SCHEME (MACPS) FOR THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES.


OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL CONTROLLER OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS (CENTRAL COMMAND) LUCKNOW CANTT

Part II O.O.No. 732
Dated 13.02.2013

Sub:- MODIFIED ASSURED CAREER PROGRESSION SCHEME (MACPS) FOR THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES.

In the implementation of financial up gradation under the MACP Scheme as introduced by the Govt. of India vide DOPT OM No 35034/3/2008 Estt (d) dated 19.05.2009 and further clarification received from HQrs Office New Delhi under their No AN/XI/11051/MACP/2009/Vol-I dated 22.07.2009, AN/XI/11051?MACP/2009/Vol-II dated 17.11.2009 and No. AN/XI/12240/MACP/2012/Vol-I dated 24.05.2012, individuals as per Annexure-A to this Part-II O.O. have been granted financial up gradation in the next higher grade pay as per details mentioned against their names.

The attention of the individuals may be drawn to the clarification at Sl No 7 of Annexure-I to DOPT No 35034/3/2008 Estt (D) 19.05.2009 regarding exercising of option by the individual for fixation of pay for financial up gradation. The option may be exercised within a month.

The financial up gradation so granted is merely placing the individuals in the next higher grade pay in the hierarchy of the recommended revised pay bands and grade pay as given in Section 1, Part-A of the first schedule of the CCS (Revised Pay) Rules 2008.

No stepping of pay in the pay band or grade pay would be admissible with regard to junior getting more pay than the senior on account of pay fixation under MACP Scheme.

Authority:- Office Note No AN/IB/1378/MACPS dated 11.02.2013

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(P.K.CHATTERJEE)
ACDA(AN)

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