May 27, 2016

Seventh Pay Commission: Doctors in govt hospitals go on strike, demand 'better increment'

New Delhi, May 26: Unhappy with the increment proposal by the Seventh pay Commission, resident doctors of all the government hospitals in Delhi, went for a strike on Thursday. 

 Reportedly they are peeved with the recommendations of pay commission and demanding increase in their salaries and allowances. Doctors have also threatened to go on an indefinite strike from June 1 if their demands are not fulfilled.

May 25, 2016

हमें कपिल शर्मा का माफीनामा कबूल नहीं हैं |

अमृतसर:- कॉमेडी के बेताज बादशाह कपिल शर्मा के काम की सराहना करने में लोग ज़रा सा भी नहीं सोचते हैं | कपिल आज के समय में सभी के चहेते बन चुके हैं | कपिल के प्रसंशकों की अगर बात की जाये तो यूवा के साथ-साथ बुजुर्ग भी इनके शो को खासा पसंद करते हैं

Secretaries Group To Revise 7th Pay Commission Recommendations

New Delhi: Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha who is heading the Empowered Committee or Secretaries group is likely to hand over a report on the revised pay structures of 7th pay commission recommendations to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley by the end of next month.

May 23, 2016

Secy panel on 7th CPC to have key meeting on June 11; salary hikes unlikely to come in July - zee news

New Delhi: The Empowered Committee of Secretaries (CoS) headed by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha processing the report of the Seventh Central Pay Commission is expected to meet on June 11 to finally wrap up its report on the remuneration of government employees.

May 22, 2016

Abolition of 85% post falling vacant meant for direct recruitment in the grade of JSA(erstwhile LDC) - Dopt orders

EMPLOYEE NEWS TODAY: Abolition of 85% post falling vacant meant for dir...: No. 13/3/2016-CS.II(B) Government of India Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions Department of Personnel and Train...




Hon’ble MoS has assured positively to enhance the minimum pay, multiplying factor of 7th CPC

BHARATIYA PRATIRAKSHA MAZDOOR SANGH
(An Industrial unit of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh) 
Recognized by Ministry of Defence, Govt of India 
02 A, Naveen Market Kanpur – 208001

REF: BPMS / Circular / 17th TC / 01
Dated: 07.05.2016
To,
Office Bearers & CEC Members BPMS,
President / Secretary of unions
affiliated to BPMS.

Subject: Meeting with MoS, DoP&T Dr. Jitendra Singh.

Dear Brothers & Sisters,
Namaskar,
I hope that all of you will be quite well. This is to inform you that today (07.05.2016), a meeting held with Hon’ble MoS, DoP&T Dr. Jitendra Singh, attended by Shri Sadhu Singh, Shri Virendra Sharma along with other office bearers of Railways, Postal, Autonomous Bodies under the leadership of Shri Pawan Kumar, Regional Organizing Secretary Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh.

Govt is not in favour of a negotiated settlement on the 7th CPC related issues with the staff side – Confederation

EMPLOYEE NEWS TODAY: Govt is not in favour of a negotiated settlement o...:

GOVT SHOULD NOT TAKE THE JCM(NC) STAFF SIDE FOR A RIDE CONFRONTATION WILL BECOME INEVITABLE IF UNILATERAL ORDERS ARE ISSUED

It seems that Modi Govt. is not in favour of a negotiated settlement on the 7th CPC related issues with the staff side. The Seventh CPC report was submitted on 19th November 2015. Six months are almost over since then. Till date the Govt. has not come forward for a negotiated settlement. Instead,

EMPLOYEE NEWS TODAY: CBI launches money-laundering probe against UCO Ba...





EMPLOYEE NEWS TODAY: CBI launches money-laundering probe against UCO Ba...: A former UCO Bank employee, eight exporters and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) officials are under the scanner of the Central Bureau of Inves...


May 21, 2016

Time limit fixed for filing Appeal for grant of Ordinary Family Pension, Special Family Pension, Liberalized Family Pension and disability/ war injury pension/ element etc.

EMPLOYEE NEWS TODAY: Time limit fixed for filing Appeal for grant of Or...No.1(3)/2008/D(Pen/Pol)
Ministry of Defence
Department of Ex-Servicemen welfare
New Delhi
Dated: 17th May 2016
To
The Chief of the Army Staff

The Chief of the Naval Staff

The Chief of the Air Staff

Subject: Prescription of time limit for filing Appeal for grant of Ordinary Family Pension, Special Family Pension, Liberalized Family Pension and disability/ war injury pension/ element etc.

It has been observed that Service Hqrs are processing the appeal case files-(First Appeal/ 2nd Appeal) for grant of Ordinary Family Pension, Special Family Pension

7TH CPC - Unilateral decision by Govt will not be accepted – Staff Side

Though the central government employees are ardently waiting for the implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission, reports suggest that it will not be done before the results for the Assembly elections are announced. If reports are to be believed then the proposal of minimum pay of 24,000 will be taken into consideration and the reasonable expectations of central government employees will be met while announcing the salary hikes in accordance with the 7th pay commission.

Euphoric Modi govt to give final nod to 'increment'; 7TH CPC notification soon

New Delhi, May 20: As high voltage State Assembly polls have ended now, Government is all set to implement the recommendations of Seventh Pay Commission. 

 Reportedly, Modi Government which is euphoric after party's victory in Assam and its good show in Kerala, looks in full mood to handover increased payout to Government staff anytime soon. 

7th Pay Commission Latest News – 27% increase expected as against 14.29% recommended

Recent developments regarding implementation of 7th Pay Commission recommendations indicate that Govt may consider some of the demands of Staff Side, JCM such as minimum pay and multiplication factor etc., relating revision of Pay Central Government Employees.
7th Pay Commision has recommended that minimum Basic Pay of Central Government Employees which is Rs. 7000 presently to be increased to Rs. 18,000. This works out to 14.29 % increase when taking in to account the dearness allowance of 125% with effect from 1st January 2016.
As far as existing employees are concerned 7th CPC has recommended that their present basic pay has to be mulitiplied by 2.57, to arrive at new new basic pay as on 1st January 2016. This new basic pay is 14.22% more than the existing one.

Multiplication Factor as per 7th Pay Commission Report:

Multiplication Factor
Existing Basic Pay (Pay in pay band + Grade Pay1
Existing Basic Pay with DA2.25
7CPC recommended Basic Pay2.57
(Net increase = 14.22%)

Since the implementation of 6th Pay Commission recommendations provided an increase of 30% to 40% in the pay of Employees, pay hike of 14.22% proposed by 7th Pay Commission was termed by Staff Side, JCM as very meagre and retrograde.
In this background, now it is disclosed by reliable sources that Empowered Committee formed by the Govt to process the 7CPC recommendations is considering the staff side’s demand to revise the minimum pay to Rs. 26,000. Minister of State for Finance has also promised to consider the demands of staff side for revising the minimum and multiplication factor, favourably.
It is learnt that Govt may persuade Staff Side to settle with the minimum pay of 20,000 and multiplication factor of 2.86. As a result Net increase in Basic Pay will be 27%

Increase in Basic Pay expected:

Multiplication Factor
Existing Basic Pay (Pay in pay band + Grade Pay1
Existing Basic Pay with DA2.25
7CPC expected Basic Pay2.86  (Minimum Pay of Rs. 20,000)
(Net increase = 27%)
In addition to revision of minimum entry pay and multiplication factor, staff side has been demanding for revision of annual increment from 3% to 5%.

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