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Agra Delhi 8750 17880
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Ahmedabad Mumbai 8750 17880
Aizawl Imphal 8750 17880
Aizawl Kolkata 8750 17880
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Amritsar Mumbai 17500 35400
Amritsar Nanded 17500 35400
Aurangabad Delhi 15050 30560
Aurangabad Mumbai 8250 21000
Bagdogra Delhi 15200 30600
Bagdogra Kolkata 8750 17880
Bengaluru Bhubaneshwar 15100 30600
Bengaluru Chennai 8750 17880
Bengaluru Delhi 19900 40200
Bengaluru Goa 9500 19320
Bengaluru Guwahati 19900 40200
Bengaluru Hubli 8750 17880
Bengaluru Hyderabad 8750 17880
Bengaluru Kolkata 17500 35400
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Bhubaneshwar Kolkata 8750 17880
Bhubaneshwar Mumbai 17500 35400
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Chandigarh Pune 17500 35400
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Chennai Goa 9700 19320
Chennai Hyderabad 9500 19320
Chennai Kochi 9500 19320
Chennai Kolkata 17500 35400
Chennai Madurai 8750 17880
Chennai Mumbai 15100 30600
Chennai Portblair 17500 35400
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Delhi Indore 9500 19320
Delhi Jaipur 8750 17880
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Delhi Kolkata 17500 35400
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Delhi Mumbai 15100 30600
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Delhi Pune 15100 30600
Delhi Raipur 12050 22440
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Delhi Ranchi 15100 30600
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Khajuraho Varanasi 8750 17880
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Kochi Trivandrum 8750 17880
Kolkata Mumbai 19900 40200
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Mumbai Raipur 13650 22440
Mumbai Rajkot 12850 23240
Mumbai Trivandrum 15700 30600
Mumbai Udaipur 9500 19320
Mumbai Varanasi 15150 30600
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7th CPC Revision of Pay of Scientists of ICAR

7th CPC Revision of Pay of Scientists of ICAR

INDIAN COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
KRISH BHAWAN, NEW DELHI-110001

 F. No. 1(4)/2017-Per.IV

Dated: March 27th, 2018

To

The Directors/Project Directors of ICAR Research Institutes/N RC s/Project Directorates/Bureaux

 

Subject :- Revision of Pay of Scientists of ICAR in light of scheme of revision of pay of teachers in Universities notified by MHRD vide notification dated 02.11.2017 following revision of pay scales of Central Government employees on recommendations of VIIth CPC.

 

Sir,

I am directed to state that Indian Council of Agricultural Research (lCAR) has decided to revise the pay scales of Scientists in light of scheme of revision of pay of teachers in Universities notified by MHRD vide notification No.1-7/2015-U.II(l) dated 02.11.2017 following revision of pay scales of Central Government employees on the recommendations of the VIIth CPC. as accepted by the Government of India. The revised pay scales and other provisions are as under:

 

2. Revision of Pay Scales:

2.1 The revised pay scales shall be exactly similar to the revised pay scales given as per the M/o HRD letter dated 02.11.2017 strictly in accordance with the equation between the existing pay scales in case of ICAR Scientists and the pay scales applicable to teachers under the UGC framework immediately before 01.01.2016. and no deviation is allowed.

 

2.2 For fixation of pay of Scientists in the Pay Matrix as on 01.01.2016. the existing pay (Pay in the Pay Band plus RGP) in the pre-revised structure as on 31.12.2015 shall be multiplied by a factor of 2.57. The figure so arrived at is to be located in the Research Level corresponding to the Scientists” Pay Band and RGP in the new Pay Matrix (Annexure – I).  If a Cell identical with the figure so arrived at is available in the appropriate Research Level. that Cell shall be the Revised Pay: otherwise the next higher Cell in that Research Level shall be the Revised Pay of the Scientist. If the figure arrived at in this manner is less than the first Cell in that Research Level. then the Pay shall be fixed at the first Cell of that Research Level.

 

If a situation arises whenever more than two stages are bunched together. one additional increment equal to 3% may be given for every two stages bunched. and pay fixed in the subsequent Cell in the Pay Matrix.

 

2.3 The revised pay scales are as under:

2.3.1

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2.3.2

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3. Implementation Date:

The date of implementation of the above revised pay shall be 1st January 2016.

 

4. Incentives for higher qualifications:

The incentive structure is built-in in the pay structure itself wherein those having M.Phil or PhD. degree or other higher qualifications will progress faster under CAS. Therefore. there shall be no incentives in the form of advance increments for obtaining the degrees of M.Phil or PhD or other higher qualifications.

 

5. Date of Increment:

5.1 The annual increments to each scientist would move up in the same Research Level. with a scientist moving from the existing Cell in the Research Level to the immediate next Cell in the same Research Level

 

5.2 There shall be two dates for grant of increments namely. 1st January and 1st July of every year. instead of existing date of 151 July. provided that a scientist shall be entitled to only one annual increment on either one of these two dates depending on the date of appointment or assessment promotion.

 

6. Fixation of Pay on Promotion:
When an individual gets a promotion. his/her new pay on promotion would be fixed in the Pay Matrix as follows:

On promotion. the scientist would be given a notional increment in his existing Research Level of Pay. by moving him/her to the next higher Cell at that level. The pay shown in this Cell would now be located in the new Research Level corresponding to the post to which he/she has been promoted. If a Cell identical with that pay is available in the new level, that Cell shall be the new pay; otherwise the next higher Cell in that level shall be the new pay of the scientist. If the pay arrived at in this manner is less than the first Cell in the new level. then the pay shall be fixed at the first Cell of that level.

 

7. Allowances for Scientists in ICAR:

As per Deptt. of Expenditure. Ministry of Finance ID Note No. 1(6)/E.III B/2017 dated 20.03.2018, revision of allowances including NPA shall not be made at present. and the same would be taken up for consideration only after allowances are revised by M/o HRD in case of teachers of Universities/Colleges under UGC framework. Therefore, all allowances will continue to be paid at the existing pay structure. as if. the pay had not been revised with effect from 01.01.2016.

 

8. Age of Superannuation:

The existing age of superannuation of ICAR scientist is 62 years and the same will continue.

9. 30% of the additional financial impact would be met by ICAR from its own resources.

 

10. An undertaking shall be taken from every employee to the effect that any excess payment made on account of incorrect fixation of pay in the revised Research Pay Level or grant of inappropriate Research Pay Level and Pay Cells or any other excess payment made shall be adjusted against the future payments due or otherwise to the beneficiary.

 

11. Appropriate action may be taken to revise the pay of the Scientists at the Institutes as per the terms and conditions laid down herein and in accordance with the instructions issued by Government of India from time to time and in consultation with the concerned Internal Finance Division/Unit.

This issues with the approval of Competent Authority after concurrence of Deptt. of Expenditure. Ministry of Finance vide ID Note No. l(6)/E.III B/2017 dated 20.03.2018.

Yours faithfully,

S/d,
(Chabbilendra Roul)
Special Secretary, DARE &
Secretary, ICAR

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Scheme for Promotion of Adventure Sports & Similar Activities amongst Central Government Employees – Programmes to be organized by Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering & Allied Sports, Manali.

No.125/1/2015-16-CCSCSB
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)

Dated : 06.04.2017

CIRCULAR

Sub: Scheme for Promotion of Adventure Sports & Similar Activities amongst Central Government Employees – Programmes to be organized by Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering & Allied Sports, Manali.

 

Please refer to the Department of Personnel & Training Office Memorandum of even number dated 04.12.2015 regarding Scheme for Promotion of Adventure Sports & Similar Activities amongst Central Government Employees( copy enclosed).

 

2. Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering & Allied Sports, Manali has offered the following programme for Central Government Employees eligible under the Scheme :

 

S.No. Name of Programme Adventure Camp
1 Course Duration 5 Days
Training Period 20th April to 24th April.2018
Course Schedule 26th April to 30th April.2018
26th June to 30th June 2018
12th July to 16th July, 2018
18th July to 22nd July, 2018
11th Sept to 15th Sept,2018
18th Sept to 22nd Sept,2018
27th Sept to 015t Oct. 2018
11th Oct to 16th Oct. 2018
18th Oct. to 22nd Oct. 2018
29th Oct to 02nd Nov 2018
06th Nov to 10th Nov 2018
13th Nov to 17th Nov 2018
Course Strength
Course Fee
Minimum: 10 persons Maximum: 20
Rs. 2000/- per day per person
Equipment hire charges Rs . 2000 per person for 5 days
Total Course fee Rs. 10000+2000= Rs.12000/ -

Course fee includes: Manali to Manali- Boarding, lodging, Camping equipment, Trainers, local transport (except at the time of arrival ), first aid medical, ground evacuation, communication and group insurance.

 

Schedule for all programes

Pre Lunch Programme Post Lunch Programme
Day 1st • Arrival, Registration and Briefing
• Visit to Museum
• Issue of Equipments
• Lecture on do’s and don’ts in Himalaya
• Visit to Hadimba Temple
• Briefing for the next day programme
Day 2nd 1. Trek to Solang Nalla (8,134 ft.) via Club House, Goshal and Burua • River Crossing
• Trek to Anjni Mahadev
• Briefing for the next day programme
Day 3rd • Trek to Dhundhi(9,500ft.)
• Distance – 7Km
• Visit to surrounding of Dhundhi.
Day 4th • Trek back to Solang • Team games
• Briefing for the next day programme
Day 5th • Move to Manali by taxi
• Deposit of equipments
• Certificates/badges distribution
• Visit to Manali Monastery and market.
• Departure

Timings
0530-0600 Morning Tea
0600-0700 Exercise
0730-0830 Break Fast
1330-1430 Lunch
1600-1630 Evening Tea
1930-2030 Dinner

 

Note:
i. Skiing course schedule for the month of January-February-March 2019 will intimated after Dec. 2018
ii. Training Programme is subject to minor changes based on weather conditions.

 

3. The interested and eligible Central Government Employees may submit his/her application directly to Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering & Allied Sports, Manali and a copy of the same may be endorsed to Secretary, CCSCSB, Room No. 361-B wing , Lok Nayak Bhawan,Khan Market, New Delhi. Advance payment for the programme has to be paid directly to the organiser and reimbursement as admissible will be made after successful completion of programme. On completion of said activity, applicant may submit expenditure details(fee receipt & Tickets in origina l) along with Aadhar Number and Bank Details linked with Aadhar (Name of Bank, Account Number, IFSC Code and Branch Code) for smooth reimbursement of claim.

 

4. In case of any query relating to availability of slot and submission of fee in respect of the above mentioned programmes, the applicant may contact Shri Nanak Chand, Nodal Officer(09805338331) or Ms. Dicky Dolma( 09816251035)

 

5. It is requested that wide publicity may be given to this circular for the benefit of the Central Government Employees.

(Kulbhushan Malhotra)
Secretary (CCSCSB)

To
Director/Deputy Secretary (Administration) of all Ministries/Department.
Copy to : Shri Ankit Gupta, Marketting Officer, YHAl.

 

Scheme for Promotion of Adventure Sports & Simi lar activities amongst Central Government Employees

 

Application From

 

Name of Programme/Institute* ________________
1. Name of Applicant* _________________
2. Designation* ___________________
3. Group of Services with level/grade pay(revised)* _____
4 . Father’s Name* ________________
5. Date of Birth* ______________
6 . Address* ________________________
7. Telephone No(mobile) * 1. __________ 2. ______
8. Landline No. * ______________________
9. Ministry/Department* __________________
10. Next of kin to be informed in case of emergency _______
* mandatory fields

 

I, understand that the programme may involve serious risk to me. I am undertaking the programme at my own violation cost, risk and consequence.

 

11. I hereby undertake that I will not held responsible Central Civil Services Cultural & Sports Board/Government of India for any untoward incident/mis-happening.

 

Date:
Place:

(Signature of Applicant)

Name in Block Letters ______________
Ministry/Department ____________________
This is to certify that the applicant is a Central Government Employees working in the main Ministry/Department and information given above is correct. The applicant is medically fit for the adventure activities opted by him/her.

( Welfare Officer )

 

No.12S/1/201S-16-CCSCSB
Department of Personnel & Training

New Delhi, the 4th December, 2015.

 

SCHEME FOR PROMOTION OF ADVENTURE SPORTS & SIMILAR ACTIVITIES AMONGST CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

 

1. Background: The Department of Personnel and Training recognizes that welfare of employees is one of the prime tasks of personnel management and sports activities play an important role in improving their efficiency and morale. Participation by Central Government Employees in adventure sports and similar activities will give them a platform where they would learn lessons from nature and use the knowledge acquired for welfare of the society.

 

2. Vision: To foster spirit of risk-taking, cooperative team work, capacity of readiness, vital response to challenging situations, endurance and environmental awareness.

 

3. Mission: The Mission of the Scheme for promotion of adventure sports and similar activities is to encourage Central Government Employees working in the Ministries/Department of the Government of India to take pa,’! in these activities by giving financial assistance and other incentives. The Central Civil Services Cultural & Sports Board, a Society registered under the Society Registration Act, 1860, which is under the aegis and control of the Department of Personnel & Training will be the nodal agency for the Scheme.

 

4. Objectives:
(i) The Scheme would tackle the alarming situation of stress and impact of sedentary life on Government servants as highlighted in several studies conducted so far;
(ii) It would provide a creative outlet to Central Government Employees;
(iii) It would create and foster spirit of risk – taking, cooperative team work, capacity of readiness and vital response to challenging situations and of endurance;
(iv) Central Government Employees would be prepared for better Disaster Management; and
(v) Environmental awareness would be inculcated amongst the Central Government Employees.

 

5. Scope of the Scheme: The scope of the Scheme is limited to Central Government Employees working in the Ministries/Departments of Government of India. It will also be limited to the programme run by Institutes/Organizations approved by the Department of Personnel & Training.

 

6. Activities to be sponsored and Institutes: The Department of Personnel & Training will sponsor programmes of 5-7 days duration to be organized by the Institutes/Organizations listed at Annex-I. The programme wi ll have components of environmental awareness, disaster management, team spirit, capacity building, and Swachchh Bharat Campaign. The activities under the programme will be Trekking, Mountaineering, Rock-Climbing, Cycling in a difficult terrain, Skiing, Surfing, Boat Sailing, Snorkeling, Rafting, Para Sailing Ballooni ng, Para Gliding, Jung le Safari/Trekking, Desert Safari/Trekking, Beach Trekking and Environmental Awareness Camps etc. A Calendar of the programmes admissible under the Scheme will be circulated by the Department of Personnel & Training from time to time .

 

7. Financial Assistance and other incentives:

7.1 The Department of Personnel & Training will provide financial assistance to the eligible Central Government Employees for the programme of approved activities and conducted by the Institutes listed in Annex I.

 

7.2 Financial assistance will be in the form of reimbursement of Travel Expenses, programme fee and Hiring Charges of the equipments as per the terms and conditions specified in paragraph 7.3 and with a maximum ceiling of Rs.20,000/- (Rs. Twenty thousand only) per person per camp. The assistance will be limited to one activity in a block period of two year. Financial Assistance of 100% of programme fee would be provided in a calendar year to two officials of each Ministries/Departments who have been awarded by the Ministry/Department for excellence In service and nominated for the programme.

 

7.3 The fo llowing Heads are admissible for fi nancial assistance under the Scheme:

 

i) To and fro travel expenses as per the entitlements under Leave Travel Concessions Rules with a maximum ceiling of Rs. 4,000/-;
ii) Re-imbursement of Programme fee :
(a) 90% for Group’ C’ Central Government Employee;
(b) 80% for Group’ B’ Central Government Employee; and
(c) 75% for Group’ A’ Central Government Employee.
iii) Actual hiring charges if the necessary equipment are hired from any Government agency with adequate proof subject to maximum of Rs. 2000/-.

7.4 Special Casual Leave will be granted to eligible participants in accordance with Department of Personnel & Training Office Memorandum No. 6/1/1985-Estt.(Pay-I) dated 16th July, 1985 and No. 6/ l/85- Estt(Pay-I) dated 7th November, 1988.

 

8. Procedure for availing benefits of the Scheme:

8.1 The Central Government Employee will register himself with the Institute/Organization for the approved programme and make payment for it. He/she will simultaneously also submit his/her application to Central Civil Services Cultural & Sports Board duly forwarded by the Welfare Officer of their respective Ministry / Department.

 

8.2 The Ministry/Department will forward nominations of officials who have been awarded by the Ministry/Department for excellence In service and eligible for Financial Assistance of 100% of programme fee.

 

8.3 The Welfare Officer of the Ministry/Department in each case will certify that the recommended official is a Central Government employee working in the main Ministry/Department and medical ly fit for the adventure activities opted by him.

 

8.4 The financial assistance will be given on successful completion of the programme and submission of participation certi ficate to the Central Civil Services Cultu ra l and Sports Board.

 

9. Flexibility to expand the scope :The Department of Personnel & Training wil l reserve the rights to modify the scheme, addition or deletion of activities, Institutes/Organization, change in pattern of financial assistance and other conditions of the Scheme without any prior notice .

 

Source: DoPT

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Gratuity Ceiling Amendment – Gratuity Payment, Date and Maternity Leave

Gratuity Ceiling Amendment – Gratuity Payment, Date and Maternity Leave

Gratuity Ceiling Amendment Notifications issued by Government of India regarding Upper limit of Gratuity Payment, Date on which come into force and Maximum Period of Maternity Leave…

MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT

NOTIFICATION

New Delhi, the 29th March, 2018

S.O. 1419(E).— In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (2) of section 1 of the Payment of Gratuity (Amendment) Act, 2018 (12 of 2018), the Central Government hereby appoints the 29th day of March, 2018 as the date on which the said Act shall come into force.

[No.S-42012/02/2016-SS-II]
MANISH GUPTA, Jt. Secy.

NOTIFICATION

New Delhi, the 29th March, 2018

S.O. 1420 (E).—In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (3) of section 4 of the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 (39 of 1972), the Central Government hereby specifies that the amount of gratuity payable to an employee under the said Act shall not exceed twenty lakh rupees.

[No.S-42012/02/2016-SS-II]
MANISH GUPTA, Jt. Secy.

NOTIFICATION

New Delhi, the 29th March, 2018

S.O. 1421 (E).—In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (iv) of the Explanation to sub-section (2) of section 2A of the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 (39 of 1972), the Central Government hereby specifies for the purposes of the said clause that the total period of maternity leave in the case of a female employee shall not exceed twenty-six weeks.

[No.S-42012/02/2016-SS-II]
MANISH GUPTA, Jt. Secy.

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Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 1.1.2018 to employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/Grade Pay as per 6th Central Pay Commission

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6th CPC DA Order: Enhanced from 139% to 142%

Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 1.1.2018 to employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/Grade Pay as per 6th Central Pay Commission

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

New Delhi, dated the 28th March, 2018.

Office Memorandum

Subject: Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 1.1.2018 to employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/Grade Pay as per 6th Central Pay Commission.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. of even No. dated 26th September, 2017 regarding revision of the rate of Dearness Allowance w.e.f 1.7.2017 in respect of employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/Grade Pay as per 6th Central Pay Commission.

2. The rate of DA admissible to above categories of employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies shall be enhanced from the existing 139% to 142% w.e.f. 1.1.2018.

3. The provisions contained in paras 3, 4 and 5 of this Ministry’s O.M.No.1 (3)/2008-E.11(B) dated 29th August, 2008 shall continue to be applicable while regulating Dearness Allowance under these orders.

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

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

Source: www.doe.gov.in

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Dearness Allowance to the employees of Central Government & Central Autonomous Bodies drawing pay as per 5th CPC – Revised Rates effective from 01.01.2018

Dearness Allowance to the employees of Central Government & Central Autonomous Bodies drawing pay as per 5th CPC – Revised Rates effective from 01.01.2018

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5th CPC DA Order: Enhanced from 268% to 274%

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

New Delhi, dated the 28th March, 2018

Office Memorandum

Subject: Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 01.01.2018 to employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scales as per 5th Central Pay Commission

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. of even No. dated 26th September, 2017 regarding revision of the rate of Dearness Allowance w.e.f. 1.7.2017 in respect of employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scales as per 5th Central Pay Commission.

2. The rate of DA admissible to above categories of employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies shall be enhanced from the existing 268% to 274% w.e.f. 1.1.2018.

3. The provisions contained in paras 3, 4 and 5 of this Ministry’s O.M.No.1(13)/97-E.11(B) dated 3rd October, 1997 shall continue to be applicable while regulating Dearness Allowance under these orders.

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

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

Source: www.doe.gov.in

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DoPT: Engagement of workers in Grih Kalyan Kendra New Delhi for gaining work experience

F.No. 8/08/2016-GKK/110
Grih Kalyan Kendra
A registered Society under the aegis of
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions,
Samaj Sadan, Lodhi Road Complex, New Delhi-110003.

Subject: Engagement of workers in Grih Kalyan Kendra New Delhi for gaining work experience.

The Grih Kalyan Kendra (GKK) is a registered Society under the Societies Registration Act,1860, functioning under the aegis of Department of Personnel and Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Government ofIndia. The GKK runs various welfare activities for the benefit of Central Govermnent employees and their dependants.

2. The main objective of the Kendra is to help the needy Central Government employees belonging to lower income groups, who are in genuine financial and psychological need of temporary rehabilitation, by giving them training and experience which would enable them to supplement their domestic income and help them to acquire skill and experience for seeking better
avenues of employment elsewhere.

3. They are paid only honorarium and are not entitled to any service benefits. It is expected only to be a stepping stone and training ground for more needy dependants of Central Government employees, but not to give them any regular employment.

4. It is proposed to engage workers for the following posts in Grih Kalyan Kendra at New Delhi from the dependents of Central Government employees / retired Govt. employees having the requisite qualifications etc as given below:-

S.No Post Age Qualification Honorarium (per month)
1. Personal Assistant Not exceeding 35 years on the last date of receipt of applications (relaxable, up to 5 years In the case of candidates possessing higher qualifications/ experience) Graduate from recognized university or equivalent.

Desirable:

(i) Should have good command overwritten and spoken English language and good communication skill.

(ii) Should have knowledge of Shorthand and good Typing speed in English.
And
(iii) Should have good knowledge of computer operations.

Rs.12000/- (Consolidated)
2. Zonal Assistant Not exceeding 35 years
on the last date of
receipt of applications
(relaxable up to 5 years
in the case of
candidates possessing
higher qualifications!
experience)
In the case of retired
officers age should not
be more than 62 years
on the last date of
receipt of application.
(i)
Bachelors
Degree of a
recognized
university or
equivalent.
(ii) Knowledge of Administration,
Establishment
and Account matters and Govt. of India
Rules and
Regu lations.
Desirable:
Working knowledge of computer operation and
accountancy.
Rs.12000/- (Consolidated)
3. Gym Instructor Not exceeding 30 years on the last date of receipt of applications
(relaxable up to 5 years In the case of candidates possessing
higher qualifications/ experience)
Bachelors Degree of a recognized university.
Desirable:
Should have experience of 3 years in a recognized Club / Institute / Organisation.
Rs. 9360/- (Consolidated)
4. Day Care Attendant (Creche) Not exceeding 45 years on the last date of receipt of applications (relax able up to 5 years) in the case of candidates possessing higher qualification / experience. 8th passed preference will be given to candidates having past experience In similar work. Rs. 4800/- (Consolidated)
5. Nursery Attendant Not exceeding 45 years on the last date of receipt of applications (relax able up to 5 years) in the case of candidates possessing higher qualification / experience. 8th passed preference will be given to candidates having past experience In similar work. Rs. 3200/- (Consolidated)
6. Day Care Teacher (Creche) Not exceeding 45 years on the last date of receipt of applications (relax able up to 5 years) in the case of candidates possessing higher qualification / experience. Senior Secondary (10+2) from a recognized Board / University.

Desirable:
(i) Passed Diploma
in Child Care & Development from a recognised Institution
(ii) Work experience of one year in some other
recognised organization / Institution.

Rs.7200/ (Consolidated)
7. Booking Clerk Not exceeding 35 years on the last date of receipt of applications (relaxable up to 5 years III the case of candidates possessing candidates possessing experience) Senior Secondary (10+2) from a recognized Board / University.

Desirable:
(i) Should have command over spoken and written English
(ii) Should have good communication skill and pleasing personality.
(iii) Working knowledge of computer operations.

Rs.9360/- (Consolidated)
8. Cashier Not exceeding 35 years on the last date of receipt of applications (relaxable up to 5 years III the case o candidates possessing higher qualifications / experience)
In the case of retired officers age should not be more than 62 years on the last date of receipt of application.

 

 

 

Graduate from recognized university or equivalent.
Desirable:
(i) Preference shall be given to candidates possessing higher educational qualifications / experience.
(ii) Knowledge of double entry system of accounting on computers.
(iii) Experience handling Cash in an Organization.
Rs.12000/- (Consolidated)

Documents required to be submitted for the above mentioned posts:-
(i) Attested copy of CGHS Card or; any other valid proof of dependency, if CGHS Card is not available.
(ii) Latest Salary Slip, if dependent of a Central Government employee.
(iii) Photocopies of Certificates regarding Date of Birth, qualifications and experience.
(iv) Residence proof.
5. The workers in GKK are engaged initially for a period of one year. However, the engagement may be extended by the Competent Authority up to a maximum period of five years on year to year basis, subj ect to satisfactory performance and requirement for continuation of the post. The persons so engaged shall be paid a fixed monthly honorarium as mentioned above or as decided by the GKK Board from time to time.

6. It is requested that wide publicity may kindly be given to this circular amongst the Central Govt employees working in the Ministry / Department including attached and subordinate offices, who may apply as per the enclosed format for the post for which they are eligible. The completed applications along with required documents may be forwarded to Secretary, Grih Kalyan Kendra, Samaj Sadan, Lodhi Road Complex, New Delhi- 110003 within a period of 30 days from the date of issue of this Circular. Applications completed in all respects, shall only be considered. Applications received after the due date and without supporting documents will not be considered.

Source: DoPT

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Instructions for the purchase of laptops, notebooks and similar devices for eligible officers revised guideline

Instructions for the purchase of laptops, notebooks and similar devices for eligible officers revised guideline

F.No. 08(34)/201 7-E II(A)
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
E.II(A).Branch

New Delhi, the 20th February, 2018

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Instructions for the purchase of laptops/notebooks and similar devices for eligible officers – revised guidelines.

In supersession to this Ministry’s Office Memorandum bearing No. 08(64)/2017-E.II(A) dated 27th September 2016, regarding purchase of Note Book/Lap-Top computers by Ministries/ Departments & delegation of powers thereof, it has been decided that laptop; tablet; notepad; ultra-book; notebook, net-book or devices of similar categories may be issued to officers of the rank of Deputy Secretary and above for discharge of official work. These powers shall continue to be exercised in consultation with the Financial Adviser by the Secretary of the Ministry/ Department or any other authority who are specifically delegated these powers by this Ministry from time to time, duly taking into consideration the functional requirements and budgetary provisions.

2. This would, however, be subject to the following conditions:

(i) Cost of device: The Cost of device including Standard software* shall not exceed Rs. 80,000/-

Standard Software: Any software (Operating System, Antivirus software or MS-Office etc.) that is essential for the running of device towards discharge of official functions/duties.

(ii) Purchase Procedures: As prescribed under GFRS/CVC guidelines may be followed.

(iii) Safety, Security & Maintenance of Device: The officer, who is given the device, shall be personally responsible for its safety and security as well as security of data/information, though the device shall continue to remain Government property. The officer concerned will be at liberty to get the device insured at his personal cost.

(iv) Retention/Replacement of device:

a) No new device may be sanctioned to an officer, who has already been allotted a device, in a Ministry /Department, up to five years. Any further issue of laptop in case of loss/damage beyond repairs within the prescribed period, should be considered only after the cost is recovered from the officer based on the book value after deducting the depreciation.

b) For the purpose of calculation of the book value, a depreciation of 25% per year, on straight line method, be adopted.

c) Post the completion of five years of usage, the officer shall retain the issued device.

(v) Conditions at the time of transfer, Superannuation etc.:

a) ln case where, at the time of purchase of device if the residual service of the officer is less than 5 years or in case the officer is transferred/deputed to State Govt. but with residual service of less than 5 years or the officer leaves the Government Service within 5 years of purchase of such device, the officer concerned will have the option of retaining the device by paying the amounl after deducting the depreciation.

b) Upon transfer/deputation of the officer to other Ministry/ Department Attached/ Subordinate offices of the Government of India or to the State Government in case of Officers of the All India Services, the officer will have the option of retaining the existing device and in case of such retention, this fact should be specifically mentioned in the Last Pay Certificate (LPC).

3. Instructions for Ministries/Departments:

(i) For the officials who are currently holding laptops, notebooks or similar devices in accordance with the provisions of O.M. dt. 27/09/2016, the terms & conditions for retention/disposal of the device shall continue to be governed under the existing instructions of the said O.M.

(ii) The applicability of the provisions of this order to the officers of Armed Forces / Para-Military Forces, officers of MoD & other similar establishments would be subject to restrictions imposed by the concerned departments/organizations duly taking into consideration the security of information. In all such cases the security of the information shall be the responsibility of the concerned department.

4. This is issued with the approval of Secretary (Expenditure).

(Dr. Bhartendu Kumar Singh)

Directo(E.IIA)

Source: DoE

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Grant of Tough Location Allowance to Central Government Employees of Darjeeling

Grant of Tough Location Allowance to Central Govt. Employees of Darjeeling

Consider grant of any kind of Special Duty Allowance/Tough Location Allowance/High Altitude Allowance as a special case

Ref: Confdn/Genl/2016-19

Dated : 14.03.2018

To

The Secretary
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
North Block, New Delhi – 110001

Sir,

Sub:  Grant of Tough Location Allowance to Central Govt. Employees of Darjeeling.

This is to bring to your kind notice that Hill Compensatory Allowance (HCA) was being paid till June 2017 to the employees of Darjeeling. Unfortunately HCA has been withdrawan from the month of July 2017 onwards after implementation of 7th CPC Allowance Committee report. However, the neighbouring state, Sikkim is still getting the Special Compensatory Allowance (SCA). It is worth mentioning that Darjeeling and Sikkim share same type of terrain, alongwith climatic conditions. It is further to mention here that the employees of some hill areas viz; Shimla in Himachal Pradesh, comparatively similar to Darjeeling Hills, are enjoying Tough Location Allowance (TLA). But the employees of Darjeeling are deprived of both the Tough Location Allowance (TLA) and Special Compensatory Allowance (SCA).

Darjeeling being the world famous tourist spot and the “Queen of Hills” is one of the expensive place to live in as all the basic commodities are to come from Siliguri, which is a ‘Y’ category city with 16% HRA. This has led the employees of Darjeeling being economically handicapped with the removal of Hill Compensatory Allowance.

In view of the above, I request you to review the orders withdrawing the Allowance already enjoyed by the employees of Darjeeling, and Consider grant of any kind of Special Duty Allowance/Tough Location Allowance/High Altitude Allowance as a special case, considering the geographical, climatical and economical hardship faced by the employees.

Awaiting response,

Yours faithfully,

(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General
& Member, Standing Committee
National Council (JCM)
Mob: 09447168125
Email: mkrishnan6854@gmail.com

Source: Confederation

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Grant of Deputation (Duty) Allowance – Recommendations of the 7th CPC: DoT

File No.6-23(01)/2018-PAT

File No.6-23(01)/2018-PAT
7th CPC Deputation (Duty) Allowance

F No.6-23(01)/2018-PAT
Government of India
Ministry of Communications & IT
Department of Telecommunications

Sanchar Bhawan, 20, Ashoka Road,
New Delhi – 110001
Datcd: 09/03/2018

CIRCULAR No. 74

Subject : Grant of Deputation (Duty) Allowance -Recommendations of the 7th CPC -reg

The undersigned is directed to forward herewith a copy of Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions. Department of Personnel & Training OM No.21/11/2017-Estt. (Pay-II) dated 24th November, 2017 on the subject cited above for information / necessary action.

Encl: As above.

(R.Thamby Jeya Raj)
Section Officer (PAT)

No.2/11/2017-Estt.(Pay-II)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 24th November, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Grant of Deputation (Duty) Allowance – Recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission – Regarding

This Department’s OM No. 6/8/2009-Estt.(Pay-II) dated 17.6.2010 inter-alia provides for rates of Deputation (Duty) Allowance admissible to Central Government employees.

2. As provided in para 7 of Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure’s Resolution No.1-2/2016-IC dated 25th July, 2016, the matter regarding allowances (except Dearness Allowance) based on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) was referred to a Committee under the Chairmanship of Finance Secretary and until a final decision thereon, all Allowances have been paid at the existing rates in the existing pay structure.

3. The decision of the Government on various allowances based on the recommendations of the 7th CPC and in the light of the recommendations of the Committee under the Chairmanship of the Finance Secretary has since been issued as per the Resolution No.11-1/2016-IC dated 6th July 2017 of Department of Expenditure.

4. As mentioned at Sl.No.46 of the Appendix-II of the said Resolution dated 6th July 2017, the recommendation of the 7th CPC for enhancement of ceiling of Deputation (Duty) Allowance for civilians by 2.25 times has been accepted and this decision is effective from 15t July, 2017. Accordingly, the President is pleased to decide that the rates of Deputation (Duty) Allowance and certain other conditions relating to grant ‘of Deputation (Duty) Allowance shall be as under:-

The Deputation (Duty) Aliowance admissibl,e shall be at the following rates:

(a) In case of deputation within the same station the Deputation (Duty) Allowance will be payable at the rate of 5% of basic pay subject to a maximum of Rs.4500 p.m.

(b) In case of deputation involving change of station, the Deputation (Duty) Allowance will be payable at the rate of 10% of the basic pay subject to a maximum of Rs.9000 p.m.

(c) The ceilings will further rise by 25 percent each time Dearness Allowance increases by 50 percent.

(d) Basic Pay, from time to time, plus Deputation (Duty) Allowance shall not exceed the basic pay in the apex level i.e. Rs. 2,25,000/- .In the case of Government servants receiving Non Practising Allowance, their basic pay plus Non-Practising Allowance plus Deputation (Duty) Allowance shall not exceed the average of basic pay of the revised scale applicable to the Apex Level and the Level of the Cabinet Secretary i.e. Rs.2,37,500/-.

Note: 1 ‘Basic pay’ in the revised pay structure (the pay structure based on 7th Central Pay Commission recommendations) means the pay drawn by the deputationist, from time to time, in the prescribed Level, in Pay Matrix, of the post held by him substantively in the parent cadre, but does not include any other type f pay like personal pay, etc.

Note: 2 In cases where the basic pay in parent cadre has been upgraded on account f non-functional upgradation (NFU), Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACP), Non Functional Selection Grade (NFSG), etc., the upgraded basic pay under such upgradations shall not be taken into account for the purposed of Deputation (Duty) Allowance.

Note: 3 In the case of a Proforma Promotion under Next Below Rule (NBR) : If such a Profoqna Promotion is in a Level of the Pay Matrix which is higher than that of the ex-cadre post, the basic pay under such Proforma Promotion shall not be taken into account for the purpose of Deputation (Duty) Allowance. However, if such a Proforma Promotion under NBR is in a Level of the pay matrix which is equal to or below that of the ex-cadre post, Deputation (Duty) Allowance shall be admissible on the basic pay of the parent cadre post allowed under the proforma promotion, if opted by the deputationist.

Note: 4 In case of Reverse Foreign Service, if the appointment is made to post whose pay structure and or Dearness Allowance (DA) pattern is dissimilar to that in the parent organisation, the option for electing to draw the basic pay in the parent cadre [alongwith the Deputation (Duty) Allowance thereon and the personal pay, if any] will not be available to such employee.

Note: 5 The term ‘same station’ for the purpose will be determined with reference to the station where the person was on duty before proceeding on deputation.

Note: 6 Where there is no change in the headquarters with reference to the last post held, the transfer should be treated as within the same station and when there is change in headquarters it would be treated as not in the same station. So far as places falling within the same urban agglomeration of the old headquarters are concerned, they would be treated as transfer within the same station.

5. Para 6.1 of this Department’s OM No.6/8/2009-Estt(Pay-II) dated 17.6.2010 stands amended to the above effect.

6. In so far as persons serving in the Indian Audit & Accounts Department are concerned, these orders issue after consultation with the Comptroller & Auditor General of India.

7. These orders shall take effect from 1st July, 2017.

(Rajeev Bahree)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

Source: http://www.dot.gov.in

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Grant Of Dearness Allowance to Central Government – Revised Rates effective from 1.1.2018: Finmin DA Order

Grant Of Dearness Allowance to Central Government – Revised Rates effective from 1.1.2018: Finmin DA Order

Dearness-Allowance-Central-Government-Employees

No.1/1/2018-E-II(B)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 15th March, 2018

Office Memorandum

Subject: Grant Of Dearness Allowance to Central Government – Revised Rates effective from 1.1.2018.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Ministry’s Office Memorandum No.1/9/2017- E-II (B) dated 20th September, 2017 on the subject mentioned above and to say that the President pleased to decide that the Dearness Allowance payable to Central Government employees shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 5% to 7% of the basic pay with effect from 2018.

2. The term ‘basic pay’ in the revised pay structure means the pay drawn in the prescribed Level in the Pay Matrix as per CPC recommendations accepted by the Government, but does not include any other type of pay like special pay, etc.

3. The Dearness Allowance will continue to be a distinct element of remuneration and will not be treated as pay within the ambit of FR 9(21).

4. The payment on account of Dearness Allowance involving fractions of 50 paise and above may be rounded to the next higher rupee and fractions of less than 50 paise may be ignored.

5. The payment of arrears of Dearness Allowance shall not be made before the date of disbursement of salary of March, 2018.

6. These orders shall also apply to the civilian employees paid from the Defence Services Estimates and the expenditure be chargeable to the relevant head of the Defence Services Estimates. In respect of Armed Forces personnel and Railway employees, separate orders will be issued by the Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Railways, respectively.

7. In so far as the employees working in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department are Auditor concerned, these orders are issued with the concurrence of the Comptroller General of India.

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

Source: www.doe.gov.in

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Now Trending: 2% Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees & Pensioners

2% Dearness Allowance

Now Trending: 2% Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees & Pensioners

Cabinet approves two percent Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval to release an additional installment of Dearness Allowance (DA) to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief (DR) to pensioners w.e.f. 01.01.2018 representing an increase of 2% over the existing rate of 5% of the Basic Pay/Pension, to compensate for price rise.

This will benefit about 48.41 lakh Central Government employees and 61.17 lakh pensioners.

The combined impact on the exchequer on account of both Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief would be Rs.6077.72 crore per annum and Rs.7090.68 crore in the financial year 2018-19 (for a period of 14 months from January, 2018 to February, 2019).

This increase is in accordance with the accepted formula, which is based on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission.

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Another Blow to Central Government Employees – NDA Govt to Reject Arbitration Awards

Another Blow to Central Government Employees – NDA Govt to Reject Arbitration Awards

On 15.02.2018, Finance Minister, Sri Arun Jaitley has moved following resolutions in the Parliament to reject the two ARBITRATION AWARDS which are in favour of Central Govt Employees.

(1) Grant of HRA for the period from 01.01.1996 to 31.07.1997 based on revised pay.

(2) Revision of rates of Transport Allowance.

M. Krishnan
SG Confederation

Parliamentary Bulletin Part-II
No. 57541 Thursday, February 15, 2018 Legislative Section
Government Resolution
Shri Arun Jaitley, Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs  has given notices of the following Resolutions which have been admitted:
  1. “That this House approves the proposal of the Government to reject the Award given on 6th April, 2004 by the Board of Arbitration in C.A. Reference Case No.2 of 2002, regarding grant of House Rent Allowance to the Central Government employees for the period from 01.01.1996 to 31.07.1997 at pre-revised rates but with reference to revised pay, in terms of Para 21 of the Scheme for the Joint Consultative Machinery and Compulsory Arbitration for Central Government employees (JCM) as the implementation of the Award which involves an expenditure of approximately Rs.1000 crores, will lead to diversion of scarce resources from development expenditure to non-productive expenditure and will, thus, adversely affect the National Economy.”

“That this House approves the proposal of the Government to reject the Award given on 24thNovember, 2005 by the Board of Arbitration (BoA) in C.A. Reference Case No.3 of 2004, regarding revision of rates of Transport Allowance to the Central Government employees in terms of Para 21 of the scheme for  Joint Consultative Machinery and Compulsory Arbitration, as the implementation of the BoA Award from the date of Award viz.24.11.2005 to 31.08.2008 which involves an expenditure of Rs.1232 crores, will lead to diversion of scarce resources from development expenditure to non-productive expenditure and will, thus, adversely affect the National Economy.”Desh Deepak Verma

Secretary-General

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Central Government Approves Maternity Leave For Employees Opting For Surrogacy

Central Government Approves Maternity Leave For Employees Opting For Surrogacy

The ministry has written to all central government departments about a 2015 Delhi High Court order on this issue.

Central government’s women employees, whose children are born through surrogacy, will now be entitled to maternity leave, according to an official order of the personnel ministry.

The employees can avail of paid maternity leaves up to 26 weeks (about 180 days).

The ministry has written to all central government departments about a 2015 Delhi High Court order on this issue.

“All ministries / departments are advised to give wide publicity of its contents to the concerned officers,” the personnel ministry said in its latest directive to all the ministries and enclosed a copy of the court’s order with it.

The court verdict had come on a plea by a Kendriya Vidyalaya teacher who had twins through surrogacy but was denied maternity leave as she was not the biological mother.

“A female employee, who is the commissioning mother, would be entitled to apply for maternity leave,” the court had held.

Based on material placed before it, the competent authority would decide on the timing and the period for which maternity leave ought to be granted to a commissioning mother who adopts the surrogacy route, the court said.

The scrutiny would be keener and detailed, when leave is sought by a female employee, who is the commissioning mother, at the pre-natal stage, it said.

In case maternity leave is declined at the pre-natal stage, the competent authority would pass a reasoned order having regard to the material, if any, placed before it, by the female employee, who seeks to avail maternity leave, the court order said.

In a situation where both the commissioning mother and the surrogate mother are employees, who are otherwise eligible for leave (one on the ground that she is a commissioning mother and the other on the ground that she is the pregnant women), suitable adjustment would be made by the competent authority, it said.

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Joint Campaign of Confederation and AISGEF Against NPS and Outsourcing

JOINT CAMPAIGN OF CONFEDERATION & AISGEF AGAINST NPS AND OUTSOURCING – SIGNATURE CAMPAIGN FEBRUARY 10TH TO MARCH 10TH – COPY OF MEMORANDUM TO BE SUBMITTED TO PRIME MINISTER AFTER OBTAINING SIGNATURE

To
The Hon’ble Prime Minister of India

We, those who signed in this memorandum are state and Central Government Employees of the country. We may submit the following burning issues of the state and central Government Employees for your kind consideration and disposal.

The system of pension as a social security benefit to the employees in Government sector in India has been existing since the early British days. After independence the pension system was further improved and family pension was also introduced . The Defined pension scheme for the government employees is a well-built scheme as the best of all social security benefits for the employees and they are not required to contribute anything for pension.

Government of India introduced contributory pension to employees those who entered in government service on or after 1.1.2004 .Majority of the state Government s also introduced the same for their employees. The Contributory Pension Scheme is totally depend on the profit and loss in the share market and Government have no control on the fund and it has nothing to do with the welfare of the employees or any individual or even Government finances.

The concept of pension as elaborated by the 4th Central Pay Commission, is ‘Pensions to the former members of armed forces and civilian employees of Central Government is not by way of charity on an ex-gratia payment, or a purely social welfare measure was totally changed by . It is in the nature of a “right” which is enforced by the law”. Later the concept was further strengthened by the Land mark Judgement delivered by the Supreme Court in 1982 in a Writ Petition filed by D.S.Nakara Vs the Union of India. Supreme court declared that the Pension is not only compensation for loyal service rendered in the past but has also a broader significance in that it is a measure of socio-economic justice which inheres economic security in the fall of life .The PFRDA Act is against the earlier ruling of the Supreme Court on the employees’ Right to Defined Benefit Pension as cited earlier.

There is no assurance, for getting pension ,except market based guarantee in NPS. The stock markets have never remained consistently strong over a long period of time. This volatility of stock market is a cause of serious concern about the sustainability of the National Pension Scheme itself.

The transition from this Defined Benefit Pension System to the Defined Contribution Pension System will make civil services more unattractive. Majority of State Governments are reluctant to remit the employer’s contribution to the pension fund. There is no assurance in getting the pension to the employees and workers.

For all these reasons, particularly the cut in salary and pension of the employees, absence of Government guarantee for retirement benefits in the National Pension Scheme and the distinct possibility of a sustainable Defined Benefit Pension System along with extension of social security system for the unorganised sector, we are not in a position to accept the National Pension Scheme. We strongly urge that a more in depth factual and analytical discussion is essential on National Pension System.

Contract Labour is one of the acute form of unorganized labour. Under the system of contract labour, workers are employed on the contract basis. The contract worker is a daily wager or the daily wages are accumulated and given at the end of the month. Contract workers are paid much lower wages than they would be entitled to under direct employment. This system led to whole-scale exploitation of labour, and a series of demands were made before tribunals for the abolition of contract labour system.

The system of employing contract labour is prevalent in civil service and in the services sector. The civil service has a major role in the smooth functioning of a Democratic Government. As part of overall development of the society and increase in population, the civil service also must be extended its wing. Education, Health, Public Transport, Communication, Welfare measure to women and children are all developed much. Numerous job opportunities have created round the world in Government Service.

The regular appointment to government sector ceased. Instead contract employment started. As such it is seen that the number of regular employees in the civil service are decreasing day by day, whereas the number of daily waged/contract/outsourced employees are increasing . By this time all the centrally sponsored schemes also emphasis on contract appointment. All the flagship programmes of Government of India are implementing with Daily waged/Contract/Casual appointment.

Bypassing UPSC and State Public Service Commission and Employment Exchanges which are the main recruitment agencies for central and State Governments, Unemployment among the educated youth is the main reason for Contract Employment. On contract employment the appointment is for limited monthly income. This is a kind of exploitation of labour.

The Supreme Court of India in a Land mark Judgment ruled that temporary employees performing similar duties and functions as discharged by permanent employees are entitled to draw wages at par with similarly placed permanent employees. The principle must be applied in situations where the same work is being performed, irrespective of the class of employees. The constitutional principle of ‘equal pay for equal work’ has been upheld by the Supreme Court of India.

Hence we appeal to the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India to take urgent measures to repeal the National Pension system and ensure defined pension to all employees and to regularise all Contract / Casual Employees and ensure equal wages for equal work for all employees including contract and casual employees. We appeal the Government of India to heed the demands of the employees in the country and take appropriate action in this regard.

New Delhi

Source: Confederation Of Central Government Employees

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Grant of Central Government Pay Scales to the Employees of the Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka

PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA

Subject: Grant of Central Government Pay Scales to the Employees of the Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka – reg.

READ:
1. Letter dated: 06-10-2004 by the Hon’ble Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court.
2. W.A. No.441ll20l1 Sri Nijaguni V/s the High Court of Karnataka & Ors.
3. CCC No.1241 & 124412016, Nijaguni.M.Karadigudda &Anr., V/s Subhashchandra Kuntia & Ors.
4. SLP (C) No.23220-2322112017, Subhashchandra Kuntia & Ors.V/s Nijaguni.M. Karadigudda & Anr.

PREAMBLE:
The officers and staff of the High Court of Karnataka are inherently given State Scales of pay. As and when the State pay scales are revised as per the recommendations of the Expert Bodies, the benefit thereof is extended to Officers and Officials of High Court on par with State Government employees.

However, the Hon’ble Chief Justice in his letter dated: 6-10-2004 read at (1) above had opined that the Pay Scales of the High Court employees should be raised to the level of Central Government pay scales annexing therewith his proposal and had sought the financial conculrence for the same.

The Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka in its judgement dated: 12-10-2011 passed in W.A. No.441ll20l1 read ar (2) above had directed the Respondent State Government to place the recommendations of the Hon’ble Chief Justice of Karnataka dated: 06-10-2004 before the Cabinet and to take appropriate decision to implement the recommendation of the Hon’ble Chief Justice of High Court of Karnataka dated: 06- 1 0-2004 in the light of the observations made by the Apex Court in the matter of Union of India V/s S.B.Vohra (AIR 2004 SC 1402).

Sequel to the Order of the Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka dated: 14-07-2017 passed in CCC No.1241 & 124412016 read at (3) above the State Government preferred Appeal against the said Order before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of Iqdia vide SLP (C) No. 23220-232211201,7 read at (4) above. However, the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in its order dated: 18-09-2017 dismissed the Appeal preferred by the State Government and directed the Appellant therein to comply with the orders of the Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka and to report the compliance within 4 months from the date of order.

In furtherance thereof and in terms of the judgment dated 12-10-2011 directing implementation of the recommendations of the Hon’ble Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court dated 06-10-2004 in the light of the observation made by the Hon’ble Apex Court in the matter of Union of India vs. S.B.Vohra, said judgment mandating the communication by the Hon’ble Chief Justice to be treated as the “Rule” made by the Hon’ble Chief Justice of the Court, in terms Article 229(2) of the Constitution of India, further requiring the approval of the Governor of the State; steps are required to be taken.

Accordingly, the State Cabinet in its meeting held on 02-01-2018 has accepted and approved the proposal of the Hon’ble Chief Justice dated: 06-10-2004 vide its decision in Case No.868/2017 advising for such approval by the Governor. Subsequently, the proposal was submitted for the approval of His Excellency the Governor of Karnataka as required under Article 229(2) of the Constitution of India. His Excellency the Governor of Karnataka was pleased to approve the proposed Rule.

In the circumstances and for the reasons stated above the following orders are issued.

GOVERNMENT ORDER NO.F’D 38 SRP 20I7
BANGALORE, DATED 11TH JANUARY 2018

Government are pleased to accord financial concurence on the approval of the Governor under Article 229(2) of the Constitution of India to the proposed Rule of the Hon’ble Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court as sought in letter dated: 06-10-2004 to extend the Central Government Pay Scales to the Employees of the High Court of Karnataka.

2.Law Department shall constitute a Joint Consultative Committee in consultation with the High Court of Karnataka with the following terms and conditions.

i) The Joint Consultative Committee shall consists of Members from the High Court of Karnataka and State Government.
ii) The Committee shall work out a suitable fitment table by determining the equivalence of posts between different category of posts in the High Court of Karnataka and in the Central Government.
iii) The Committee shall suggest a suitable Pay Rules.

3. The decision taken pursuant to the recommendations of the Committee shall be intimated to the State Government.

By Order and in the name of the
Governor of Karnataka,

(D.S.JOGOJE)
Deputy Secretary to Government
Finance Department (Services-2)

Visit, the Official Website of Finance Department, GOK : www.finance.kar.nic.in

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Revision of Minimum Wages payable to Temporary status Casual Labourers

Revision of Minimum Wages payable to Temporary status Casual Labourers

Ref: Confdn/Genl/2016-19

Dated – 25.01.2018

To,
Shri Ajay Mittal
Secretary
Department of Personnel & Training
Ministry of Personnel, PG and Pension
Government of India

North Block, New Delhi – 110001

Sir,

Sub:  Revision of Minimum Wages payable to Temporary status Casual Labourers – reg.

Ref: Your office letter No. 49014/1/2017-Estt (C) dated 16th August 2017.

Please refer to your office letter cited above copy of which is enclosed herewith for ready reference. It was informed that the matter of revision of wages payable to Temporary status Casual Labourers is under consideration.

We regret to inform you that the orders of revising the wages of Temporary status Casual Labourers with effect from 01.01.2016 is yet to be issued, eventhough the orders revising the pay of Central Government employees was issued on 25.07.2016.

It is once again requested to take necessary action in this regard, so that issuing of orders will be expedited.

Encls: as above

With regards,

Yours faithfully,
(M. Krishnan)

Member, Standing Committee
National Council JCM & Secretary General,
Confederation of Central Govt.Employees & Workers
Mob: 09447068125
Email: mkrishnan6854@gmail.com

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Scheme for Promotion of Adventure Sports & Similar Activities amongst Central Government Employees- Programmes to be organized by Garhwal Mandai Vikas Nigam Limited

No.125/1/2015-16-CCSCSB
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)

Dated: 18.01.2018

CIRCULAR

Sub: Scheme for Promotion of Adventure Sports & Similar Activities amongst Central Government Employees- Programmes to be organized by Garhwal Mandai Vikas Nigam Limited.

Please refer to the Department of Person nel & Training’s Office Memorandum of even number dated 04.12.2015 regarding Scheme for Promotion of Adventure Sports & Simi lar Activities amongst Central Government Employees( copy enclosed).

2. The Garhwal Mandai Vikas Nigam Limited(GMVNL) has offered the follow ing programmes for Central Government Employees eligible under the Scheme:

S.No Programme Name Snow-Skiing Programme at Auli
1. Duration 7 days
Dates 30.01.2018 to 05 .02.2018
07.02.2018 to 13.02.2018
14.02.2018 to 20.02.2018
22 .02.2018 to 28.02.2018
01.03.2018 to 07.03.2018
09.03 .2018 to 15.03.2018
16.03.2018 to 22.03.2018
24.03.2018 to 30.03.2018
Course fee 17000/-per person
2. Programme Name River Rafting
Duration 3 days
10.02.2018 to 12.02.2018
21.02 .2018 to 23.02 .2018
10.03.2018 to 12.03.2018
21.03.2018 to 23 .03.2018
06.04.2018 to 08.04.2018
Course fee 6011/-per person + 5% GST
3. Programme Name River Rafting
Duration 5 days
26.01.2018 to 30.01.2018
15.02.2018 to 19.02.2018
25.03 .2018 to 29.03.2018
12.04.2018 to 16.04.2018
Course fee 10028/-per person + 5% GST

Services Provided by GMVNL Fee includes boarding, lodging (sharing accommodation) rafting/ski equipments(Skies, Ski boot & Ski Pole) and training charges for skiing/rafting.

Note: Participants are required to bring heavy woollen clothings, cap(balaclave & P-Cap), socks woollen(min four pairs), dark sun glasses, gloves(woollen& leather), mufflers, pullovers, long john, wind proof jacket & trousers, anti sun burn cream, gum/snow boots, torch with spare batteries, personal medicines &
toiletries.

3. The interested and el igible Central Government Employees may submit his/her application to Secratry, CCSCSB, Roon mo. 361-B wing, Lok Nayak
Bhawan,Khan Market, New Delhi or through e-mail atdoptsports@gmail.com.
The schedule for advance payment for the programme will be intimated later.
The reimbursement as admissible will be made after successfu l completion of programme. The applicant may submit expenditure details(fee receipt & Tickets in origina l) along with Aadhar Number and Bank Details(Name of Bank, Account Number, IFSC Code and Branch Code) for smooth reimbursement of claim.
4. If there is any query regarding the above mentioned programe applicant may contact Shri Rajpal Singh, PRO, GMVNL M.No.9312633180,011-
23350481,011-23326620,011-23327713(Fax).

(Kulbhushan Malhotra)
Secretary (CCSCSB)

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DoPT Reservation for the Persons with Benchmark Disabilities

Reservation for the Persons with Benchmark Disabilities

No.36035/02/2017-Estt (Res)
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS
DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL & TRAINING

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 15th January, 2018

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Reservation for the Persons with Benchmark Disabilities – reg.

With enactment of THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, 2016′ from 19th April, 2017 and notification of THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES RULES, 2017′ on 15th June, 2017, the following instructions are issued in line with the provisions made therein regarding reservation for Persons with Benchmark Disabilities, as defined under Section 2(r) of the Act against the posts and services of the Central Government.
2. QUANTUM OF RESERVATION

2.1 In case of direct recruitment, four per cent of the total number of vacancies to be filled up by direct recruitment, in the cadre strength in each group of posts i.e. Groups A, B and C shall be reserved for persons with benchmark disabilities.

2.2 Against the posts identified for each disabilities, of which, one per cent each shall be reserved for persons with benchmark disabilities under clauses (a), (b) and (c) and one per cent, under clauses (d) and (e), unless otherwise excluded under the provisions of Para 3 here in under:-

(a) blindness and low vision;
(b) deaf and hard of hearing;
(c) locomotor disability including cerebral palsy, leprosy cured, dwarfism, acid attack victims and muscular dystrophy;
(d) autism, intellectual disability, specific learning disability and mental illness;
(e) multiple disabilities from amongst persons under clauses (a) to (d) including deaf-blindness
3. EXEMPTION FROM RESERVATION:
If any Ministry/Department in the Central Government considers it necessary to exempt any establishment or any cadre or cadres fully or partly from the provisions of reservation for persons with benchmark disabilities, it shall make a reference to the
Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities giving full justification for the proposal, who having regard to the type of work carried out in any Government
establishment by notification and subject to such condition, if any, as may be specified in the notification, in consultation with the Chief Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities (CCPD) may exempt any Establishment or any cadre(s) fully or partly from the provisions of reservation for persons with benchmark disabilities.

4. ADJUSTMENT AGAINST UNRESERVED VACANCIES:

4.1 In the category of posts which are identified suitable for persons with benchmark disabilities, a person with benchmark disability cannot be denied the right to compete for appointment by direct recruitment against an unreserved vacancy. Thus a person with benchmark disability can be appointed by direct recruitment against vacancy not specifically reserved for the persons with benchmark disability, provided the post is identified suitable for persons with benchmark disability of the relevant category.

4.2 Persons with benchmark disabilities selected without relaxed standards along with other candidates, will not be adjusted against the reserved share of vacancies. The reserved vacancies will be filled up separately from amongst the eligible candidates with benchmark disabilities which will thus comprise of candidates with benchmark disabilities who are lower in merit than the last candidate in merit list but otherwise found suitable for appointment, if necessary, by relaxed standards.

5. CERTIFICATE OF DISABILITY:

A person who wants to avail the benefit of reservation will have to submit a certificate of disability issued by a Competent Authority. Such certificate in the event of selection of such person for any post, will be subject to such verification/re-verification
as may be decided by the competent authority.

6. COMPUTATION OF NUMBER OF POSTS TO BE RESERVED:

6.1 The number of posts to be reserved for persons with benchmark disabilities in case of Group C posts shall be computed on the basis of total number of vacancies in the cadre strength of Group C posts, in the establishment, although the recruitment of the persons with benchmark disabilities would only be against the category of posts identified suitable for them. The number of vacancies to be reserved for the persons with benchmark disabilities in case of direct recruitment to Group ‘C’ posts in an establishment shall be computed by taking into account the total number of vacancies arising in Group ‘C’ posts for being filled by direct recruitment in a recruitment year both in the identified and non-identified category of posts under the establishment. Since reservation, wherever applicable, for Persons with Benchmark Disabilities is provided computing total number of vacancies in the cadre strength in identified category of posts as well as unidentified category of posts, it may be possible that number of persons appointed by reservation in an identified category of post may exceed four per cent.

6.2 Reservation for persons with benchmark disabilities in Group ‘A’ or Group ‘B’ posts shall be computed on the basis of total number of vacancies occurring in direct recruitment quota in the cadre in all the Group ‘A’ posts or Group ‘B’ posts respectively, and the computation of total vacancies shall include vacancies arising in the identified and non-identified category of posts.
7. EFFECTING RESERVATION – MAINTENANCE OF ROSTERS:

7.1 Every Government establishment shall maintain group-wise a separate vacancy based 100 point vacancy based reservation roster register in the format given in Annexure for determining/effecting reservation for the Persons with Benchmark Disabilities – one each for Group ‘A’ posts filled by direct recruitment, Group ‘B’ posts filled by direct recruitment and Group ‘C’ posts filled by direct recruitment.

7.2 Each register shall have cycles of 100 points and each cycle of 100 points shall
be divided into four blocks, comprising the following points:

1st Block – point No. 01 to point No. 25
2nd Block – point No. 26 to point No. 50
3rd Block – point No. 51 to point No. 75
4th Block – point No. 76 to point No.100

7.3 Points 1, 26, 51 and 76 of the roster shall be earmarked for persons with benchmark disabilities – one point each for four respective categories of disabilities. The Head of the establishment shall ensure that vacancies identified at SI. No.1, 26, 51 and 76 are earmarked for the respective categories of the persons with benchmark
disabilities. However, the Head of the establishment shall decide the placement of the
selected candidate in the roster register.
7.4 All the vacancies arising irrespective of vacancies reserved for Persons with
Benchmark Disabilities shall be entered in the relevant roster. If the vacancy falling at point no. 1 is not identified for the Person with Benchmark Disability or the Head of the establishment considers it desirable not to fill it up by Persons with Benchmark
Disabilities or it is not possible to fill up that post by the Persons with Benchmark
Disabilities for any other reason, one of the vacancies falling at any of the points from 2 to 25 shall be treated as reserved for the person with benchmark disability and filled as such.
7.5 Likewise, a vacancy falling at any of the points from 26 to 50 or from 51 to 75 or from 76 to 100 shall have to be filled by the Persons with Benchmark Disabilities. The purpose of keeping points 1, 26, 51 and 76 as reserved is to fill up the first available suitable vacancy.
7.6 There is a possibility that none of the vacancies from 1 to 25 is suitable for any category of the person with benchmark disability. In that case two vacancies from 26 to 50 shall be filled as reserved for persons with benchmark disabilities. If the vacancies from 26 to 50 are also not suitable for any category, three vacancies shall be filled as reserved from the third block containing points from 51 to 75. This means that if no vacancy can be reserved in a particular block, it shall be carried over into the next block

7.7 After all the 100 points of the roster are covered, a fresh cycle of 100 points shall start.

7.8 If the number of vacancies in a year is such as to cover only one block (say 25 vacancies) or two (say 50 vacancies), the category of the persons with benchmark disabilities should be accommodated as per the roster points. However, in case, the said vacancy is not identified for the respective category, the Head of the establish

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Revision of rates of subscription under Central Government Health Scheme due to revision of pay and allowances of Central Government employees and revision of pension/ family pension on account of implementation of recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission

7th CPC: MoH&FW removed monetary ceiling for direct consultation with Specialists in Central Government /State Government Municipal Hospitals

7thCPC-CGHS-Central-government-employees

No. S.11011/11/2016- CGHS (P)/EHS
Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
EHS Section
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi

Dated the 5th December, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Revision of rates of subscription under Central Government Health Scheme due to revision of pay and allowances of Central Government employees and revision of pension/ family pension on account of implementation of recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission.

The undersigned is directed to draw attention to Para 3 (F) of this Ministry’s OM No. 5.11011/16/2016-CGHS (P)/EHS, dated 09.01.2017 regarding monetary ceiling for direct consultation with specialist in Central Government/State Government/Municipal Hospitals, wherein it was mentioned that ”The monetary ceiling for determining the entitlement for direct consultation with Specialists in Central Government / State Government / Municipal Hospitals will continue at the existing rates until revision of the same after consultation with Ministry of Finance.”

2. The matter has been examined in consultation with Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance and it has been decided to remove monetary ceiling for direct consultation with Specialists in Central Government /State Government Municipal Hospitals and there is no bar on direct consultation with Specialists in Central Government/State Government/Municipal Hospitals.

3. Other contents of the above said OM will remain unchanged.

(Rajeev Attri)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

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