Memorandum to 7th CPC: All India Customs Ministerial Employees Federation
The Secretary, Seventh Central Pay Commission,
Post Box No. 4599, Hauz Khas P.O,
New Delhi 110 016
E-mail:- [email protected]
Sub: – Submission of Memorandum on issues of the All India Customs Ministerial Employees’ Federation under Central Board of Excise & Customs-reg.
I am submitting herewith the Memorandum on issues of the Customs Ministerial Staffs, Chemical Staffs(Group-‘C’) and Marine Staffs working in the field formation of the Central Board of Excise & Customs, North Block, New Delhi-110 001.
I on behalf of my Federation would like to request before your goodself to allow this Federation to submit an oral deposition with documents before 7th CPC for redressal and we would also like to request you to give us opportunity for supplementary submission, if any, for your kind consideration.
MEMORANDUM TO THE SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION
This Federation i.e. All India Customs Ministerial Employees Federation (AICMEF) is the largest Ministerial Federation recognized by the Central Board of Excise and Customs(CBEC) after satisfying the Membership over 35% of working strength of the Ministerial Staff as laid down in the CCS(RSA)Rules,1993. It is known to all that CBEC is functioning under Department of Revenue whereas another wing is existing in the name of Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT). This CBDT & CBEC is the major Revenue earning organization of Govt. of India. This Federation, AICMEF have their members all over India in the ‘Customs’ domain.
Ministerial Staff in the Customs Field formations are participating directly in the process of Revenue earning and is engaged in different technical departments such as Import Noting, Appraising, Export, Preventive etc. and is also playing a pivotal role in doing the housing keeping job.
PROFILE OF MINSTERIAL CADRE UNDER CBEC:
Other than Group ‘A’ cadres there are mainly two types of cadres (1) Executive cadres such as Appraiser (Group ‘B’ Gazetted), Superintendent of Customs (Preventive)(Group ‘B’ Gazetted), Inspector (Preventive Officer & Examiner) and (2) Ministerial cadres. Ministerial cadres at present consists of Chief Accounts Officer (Group ‘A’), Administrative Officer (Group ‘B’ Gazetted). DY. Office Superintendent (Group ‘B’ non-gazetted), Sr. Tax Assistant (Group ‘B’non-gazetted), Tax Assistant(Group ‘C’) and Lower Division Clerk (Group ‘C’).
|Name of the post||5th CPC||6th CPC|
|Chief Accounts Officer||8000/–275-13500/-||PB-3 with G.P.5400/-|
|Administrative Officer||6500/–200-10500/-||PB-2 with G.P 4600/-|
|Dy. Office Superintendent||5500/–175-9000/-||PB-2 with G.P 4200/-|
|Sr. Tax Assistant||5000/–150-8000/-||PB-2 with G.P 4200/-|
|Tax Assistant||4000/–100-6000/-||PB-1 with G.P 2400/-|
|Lower Division Clerk||3050/–75-4590/-||PB-1 with G.P 1900/-|
Distinctive function of Ministerial Cadre:
It is evident from the designation that these Ministerial Cadres are directly involved with the Revenue collection procedure which is unique to this Ministerial cadres because the Ministerial cadres in other department are involved with the house keeping job only. It is not out of context to mention here that the Staff Selection Commission takes a separate examination to appoint Tax Assistant in the Revenue Department i.e. in the CBEC & CBDT.
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