Sep 30, 2015

7th pay Commission to have may surprises in its report

The Central Government employees are scheduled to get salary hikes on the basis of the recommendations by January 1, 2016. According to sources, the house rent allowance too would see an increase by 20 per cent. But the most significant recommendation is that 5 to 6 per cent of the annual increment would be performance-based.

There is also likely to be a provision of retiring underperforming employees by the age of 55 or 30 years of service, whichever is more. “The Commission has spoken to all stake-holders and the recommendations are ready. We are expecting to submit the report any time soon,” sources said.

Five to six per cent annual pay hike of Central Government employees is likely to be linked to tangible performance criterion. Under-performers are likely to be retired by 55 or 30 years of service, according to the Seventh Pay Commission report to be submitted soon.

Should there be any comparison/parity between pay scales and perquisites between Government and the private sector? If so, why? If not, why not? Is the biggest question here. It was asked by every Pay commission but considered only for the top level executives to retain in the Govt. sector. Govt. may be a success in retaining its top officials in Govt. sector but now it needs to retain the middle management in the Govt. sector, wherebrain drain ratio is going high, is the argument put forth.

The concept of variable pay has been introduced in Central Public Sector Enterprises by the Second Pay Revision Committee. In the case of the Government is there a merit in introducing a variable component of pay? Can such variable pay be linked to performance?

Experts feel, The integrity of such scheme will remain doubtful in Govt. sector; hence scope and practical aspects for true monitoring of performance of Govt. employee will remain doubtful.

Source: Indian Express

Update on Bonus Hike : Good news expected soon

As per reliable sources, Election Commission has given it’s nod for issuing ordinance on “Payment of Bonus Act”

Now the matter will go to cabinet and after it’s approval, necessary ordinance will be notified soon.

Source - govt emp diary

Seventh Pay Commission To Offer Realistic View On Salaries And Allowances

New Delhi: Seventh Pay Commission was approved to form by the UPA government on September 25, 2013, which may benefit as many as 50 lakh central government employees and 56 lakh pensioners, with an eye on votes in that crucial election year.

The Sixth pay commission was constituted in 2006 and in the normal course, the government was expected to announce the next pay commission after a gap of 10 years. The fifth came in 1996. But with the UPA government’s image battered by a spate of corruption scandals, the date had been advanced by two years in order to recover some lost ground with the electorate.

The UPA government justified the early constitution of the commission on the ground that it will take around two years to submit its recommendations. The Sixth pay commission, for example, was constituted in October 2006 and the Centre implemented it ahead of the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, showering central government employees with a big pay hike bonanza.

Early Retirement for Shoddy Job, Variable Pay to Shock Government Staff



NEW DELHI: Five to six per cent annual pay hike of Central Government employees is likely to be linked to tangible performance criterion. Under-performers are likely to be retired by 55 or 30 years of service, according to the Seventh Pay Commission report to be submitted soon.

The overall hike being recommended by former Justice A K Mathur-headed 7th Pay Commission is around 30 per cent. The Central Government employees are scheduled to get salary hikes on the basis of the recommendations by January 1, 2016. According to sources, the house rent allowance too would see an increase by 20 per cent. But the most significant recommendation is that 5 to 6 per cent of the annual increment would be performance-based. There is also likely to be a provision of retiring underperforming employees by the age of 55 or 30 years of service, whichever is more. “The Commission has spoken to all stake-holders and the recommendations are ready. We are expecting to submit the report any time soon,” sources said.

Set up by the erstwhile UPA government in February 2014, the Seventh Pay Commission was given a four-month extension by the NDA Government. Its term is till December 31. The commission may also raise salary-levels of PSU employees. The Sixth Pay Commission led to a six percentage point increase in dearness allowance for Central government employees from 16 to 22 per cent. The commission’s recommendations are usually accepted by the government with minor adjustments.
Source - new indian express.

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Government of India
Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
27-September-2015 12:53 IST

Government proposes independent Commission to recommend MPs’ salaries. Inter-Party forums in Legislatures to enhance coordination for better functioning. All India Whips’ Conference at Visakhapatnam to discuss these issues 

The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs has proposed a 3-member independent Emoluments Commission to recommend salaries and other allowances for the Members of Parliament. This proposal is contained in the Agenda Notes prepared by the Ministry for the two day All India Whips’ Conference to be held at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh during September 29-30, 2015. The Conference will be chaired by the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu. 

Chief Whips and Whips of various parties in Parliament and state legislatures will also discuss establishing inter-Party forums in Legislatures for better coordination to enable effective functioning of legislative bodies. Delegates will also discuss the utility and shortcomings of the MPLADS (Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme) in the lightof its implementation over the last 32 years and make suggestions and recommendations. 

The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, in the Agenda Notes for the Whips Conference stated that “The setting up of an independent Emoluments Commission for recommending the salaries and allowances of the Members of Parliament will not only put to rest the public outcry and media criticism over MPs themselves deciding their salaries, it will also provide an appropriate opportunity to take into consideration the huge responsibilities and the important role they play in our representative democracy. It would ensure that recommendations on Parliamentary salary are reached in a fair, transparent and equitable way. Once there is consensus on setting up of the Commission, the Salary, Allowances and Pension of Members of Parliament Act,1954 will suitably amended”. 

The general principles suggested by the Ministry for determination of salary should be: 

i. Salary should not be so low as to defer suitable candidates or so high as to make pay the primary attraction for the job; 

ii. Salary should reflect level of responsibility; and 

iii. Those with outside interests should not be deterred from entering Parliament, those who chose to make Parliament a full-time career should be adequately rewarded to reflect their responsibilities. 

Presently, as per Article 106 of the Constitution of India, salaries of MPs are determined by the Act of 1954, amended from time to time. The last revision in salary of MPs was made in 2010 and MPs presently get a basic salary of Rs.50,000 per month. Salaries of Members of State Legislatures are decided as per Article 195 of the Constitution. 

As per a comparative analysis of Members of Parliament in 37 developing and developed countries, basic salary of MPs is in the range of Rs.7,952 in Tunisia to a high of Rs.6,16,675 per month in Israel. MPs of only in six countries i.e Tunisia, Venezuela , Sri Lanka, Nepal, Haiti and Panama are drawing salary less than that of Indian MPs. 

As per a survey conducted by Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) of 138 chambers from 104 Parliaments, 69 chambers indicated that it is the Parliament which determines the salaries of Members, in reference to another salary scale. 31 of these stated that MPs’ salaries are determined in reference to the Civil Service salary scale. In case of Bhutan, Namibia and the UK House of Commons, salaries are determined by independent bodies. 

While referring to the growing challenges of House management further to increase in the number of parties in the legislatures, the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, in the Agenda Notes has stressed the need for enhancing floor coordination for better functioning of legislatures in the country. In this regard, the Ministry has proposed an inter-Party forum in Parliament and every state legislature to freely discuss various issues to be included in the list of Business of the House ahead of every session. 

Presently, there are 6 National Parties, 53 State Parties besides 1,737 Registered/Unrecognised Parties in the country, of which, as many as 37 political parties and groups are represented in the 16th Lok Sabha. 

The Conference will also deliberate the implementation of MPLADS scheme, introduced in 1993-94, under which funds being provided for each MP has increased from Rs.5.00 lakhs to Rs.5.00 cr in 2011-12. All India Whips Conference was conceived as early as in 1952, to provide a suitable forum for periodical meetings and mutual exchange of views on matters of common concern and to evolve standards to strengthen Parliamentary Democracy. 

Whips of both the ruling and opposition parties play an important role in informing MPs about the business of the day, ensuring their attendance and formulating a collective opinion of the Party on major issues. They also interact with the presiding offices and Secretariat of the House on behalf of their parties to ensure coordination. 

Since the first All India Whips Conference held in Indore in 1952, periodicity of the Conferences varied mostly from 2 to 11 years. Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu has desired to hold Whips Conferences regularly and the 16th such Conference was held last year.

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COMPULSORY RETIREMENT AFTER 30 YEARS OF SERVICE/ON REACHING 50 YEARS OF AGE? VIEWS OF EMPLOYEES

Recently, the Central Government Employee’s Welfare Ministry released an announcement which has created panic and commotion among the central government employees.
In the announcement it has been said that senior officials have to analyse the service record and decide whether employees who have completed thirty years of service or reached their 50th year should continue their service or be advised to leave service after three months notice.
Does it take a management to learn that an official or an employee is unfit to continue in service when he has reached his 50th year? Does it take thirty years of continuous service to assess the efficiency of an employee?
Can’t the ability of an employee be learnt during his probation period? Leaving an employee at such times and trying to force him out of service when he is old appears rather inhumane.
When problems like educations expenses of children, marriage and housing loan afflict employees, the announcement of compulsory retirement will certainly be a great shock.
Hence, Central Government should provide an explanation about the announcement and help clear the doubts of the central Government Employees. Changes have to be made at the beginning itself. If the Central Government brings changes at a very late period then the purpose for which it released this very announcement would become futile and ineffective. On the contrary, it will only lead to a loss of trust that employees have on the Central Government.
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Seventh Pay Commission Likely To Introduce Health Insurance


New Delhi: In a move that could benefit more than 50 lakh central government employees and 56 lakh pensioners, the Seventh Pay commission is planning to propose to introduce health insurance scheme to replace Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) at highly subsidized rates.

The pay panel has already held detailed discussions about this with various stakeholders, including organisations, federations, groups representing civil employees as well as Defence services.

The pay panel will ask the central government to urge the insurance industry to come up with feasible health insurance solution for the central government employees and pensioners. The IRDA, the insurance regulatory body of India, will be compelled to ask the health insurance companies to offer a basic insurance to every central government employee and pensioner, regardless of age or medical condition and are not allowed to make a profit off this basic insurance.

7th CPC report submission date - COC Karnataka

7th CPC report submission date.

Comrades,
There are lot of enquiries about the 7th CPC report submission. Let us examine the following facts.

1) The 7th CPC had issued following statement in July 2015 in its website http://7cpc.india.gov.in/ . Even today the same status is existing.
“Further to the memoranda received from a variety of Organisations, Federations, Groups representing civil employees in the Government of India as also from the Defence Services, the Commission has had fruitful and wide ranging discussions on relevant issues with all stakeholders. Such interactions have now been concluded. Valuable inputs have been received and the work of compilation and finalization of the report is underway, so that the Commission completes its task in the time frame given to it. Accordingly, any future requests for meeting with the Commission will not be entertained.”
This shows clearly that the 7th CPC wanted to present its report on 28th August 2015 itself with no extension of time.

2) On August 7, 2015 National Council (Staff Side) Secretary Comrade Shiva Gopal Mishraji met the

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7th Pay Commission: Non-Secretariat Staff Upset Over Pay Disparity With Secretariat Staff

New Delhi: As the Seventh Pay Commission is likely to submit its report on raising the salaries and allowances for central government employees to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley within December, non-central secretariat staff across the country are a seething lot.

In fact, the Assistants and Section Officers get pay grade Rs 4600 and Rs 4800 in central Secretariat service while the Assistants and Section Officers of non-central secretariat service get pay grade Rs 4200 and Rs 4600 respectively. Not only this but also the non-functional pay scale of Rs 15600-39100 (PB-3)+Rs 5400 (Grade Pay) is admissible to the Section Officers of the central Secretariat service on completion of 4 years service in that grade but no such system for the Section Officers of non-central secretariat service and this has led to much heartburn of non-central secretariat staff.

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7th Pay Commission likely to recommend up to 30% pay hike

7th Pay Commission likely to recommend up to 30% pay hike – There will be 5 to 6% performance-based increment every year and those who are under-performing could retire by 55 years of age or after 30 years of service, added sources. House Rent Allowance could also be hiked by 10% to 30%.

The government constitutes the Pay Commission almost every 10 years to revise the pay scale of its employees and often these are adopted by states after some modifications. As part of the exercise, the Commission holds discussions with various stakeholders, including organisations, federations, groups representing civil employees as well as Defence services.

The 7th Pay Commission is ready with its report and is expected to hand over the recommendations to the Central Government any time now. The Department of Personnel and Training will examine the recommendations and consult the Finance Ministry on them. After which the recommendations will be implemented from January 1, 2016.

We have information from reliable sources, which if true, will make the Central Government employees happy. The Seventh Pay Commission is likely to recommend a substantial pay hike which could be up to 30% or even more, said sources on Thursday.

There will be 5 to 6% performance-based increment every year and those who are under-performing could retire by 55 years of age or after 30 years of service, added sources. House Rent Allowance could also be hiked by 10% to 30%.

The Commission, whose recommendations may also have a bearing on the salaries of the state government staff, was given more time by the Union Cabinet just a day before its original 18-month term was to end. Headed by Justice AK Mathur, the Commission was appointed by the previous UPA government in February 2014.

Source: CNN IBN

Sep 26, 2015

7th Pay Commission to submit its report soon, economical condition will decide increase in salary

Source - Govemployee

7th Pay Commission to submit its report soon, 20% hike expected

Source - Govemployee

7th Pay Commission – Performance based hike in salary is expected

New Delhi: The Seventh Pay Commission is likely to recommend to rise the salary of central government employees should be based on performance in the office, rather than just time served.

Appraisals for government employees were introduced since British period but didn’t affect pay. Eight years ago, the Sixth Pay Commission asked to link the performance of central government employees with their pay.The central government urged the Seventh Pay Commission to make proposal for enhanced pay and special incentives as performance based annual increments.

The Sixth Pay Commission had carried out a study through the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, on a performance-based incentive system, to ostensibly improve the performance outputs of Central government employees.

The study was aimed at working out a model whereby a base salary is attached to each post based on skills and responsibility and simultaneously, a second component would be payable over and above the salary on the basis of the productivity and performance of employees, either individually or as a group.

The government employees believe pay should reflect the cost of living while private sector workers believe pay should reflect performance.

Accordingly, the Narendra Modi government plans to move towards making increment programmes based on performance rather than on time-served through the Seventh Pay Commission and automatic annual incremental pay progression would be scrapped in central government ministries and departments.

The original idea behind performance incremental pay is that every central government employee takes a while to become fully competent in a role, so government can reward them as they grow in competence and experience.

Despite the government having powers to withhold increments, but nowadays, very few do, so there is a culture of government employees moving up the pay scale irrespective of their performance.

The bottom line is if government doesn’t get rid of automatic incremental progression, the government can’t control pay, and that is what the Modi government has realised.

The central government employees can play a vital role in this way in nation building.

Therefore, the Seventh pay commission may recommend up to 5 percent performance-based increment instead of automatic annual increment for central government employees.

Source - Govemployee

Sep 22, 2015

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Pros and Cons of extending the term of 7th Pay Commission

ecently the central government announced the extension of term of 7th pay commission by four months till 31st December 2015. By the time there were news started coming about seventh Pay Commission that it would ask one month extension to submit the report, Unexpectedly the central government itself granted four month extension to 7th central pay commission in its Cabinet Meeting held on 26th August 2015
One day before the announcement made by central government on granting extension to the pay commission, according to PTI news report, Justice A.K.Mathur, Chairman, 7th Pay Commission, said that by the end of September 2015 the Pay commission report would be submitted to the government.
Why the central government granted four month extension when the commission itself if asked one month time?
What will happen if the 7th pay commission submits its reports on 31st December 2015?
Before to answer that, It will be very useful to know that what happened in sixth pay commission, after submission of report and how much time it took to get announced the implementation of pay commission recommendation.
The Sixth Central Pay commission was set up by Union Cabinet of India on 5th October 2006. The Commission, headed by Justice B.N.Srikrishna.The Other members of the commission were Prof. Ravindra Dholakia, Mr. J.S.Mathur and Member-Secretary Ms Sushama Nath, IAS.The Pay Commission submitted its report to Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on 24 March 2008.The United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government headed by Manmohan Singh, approved the Sixth Pay commission recommendations with some modifications. In the cabinet meeting held on 14th August 2008, the Union Cabinet headed by Manmohan Singh gave its approval for implementation of the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission.It was announced that the revised pay scales will come into effect from 1/1/2006 and revised rates of allowances from 1/9/2008.The Gazette Notification for implementation of sixth pay commission published on 29th August, 2008.
From the above reference it is known that after submission of report it will take six month time to get its approval from Central Government for implementation of pay commission recommendation.
The decision of extending the term of seventh pay commission could be a major blow to central government employees by the way as follows
1. The 7th pay commission has been made to submit its report on 31st December 2015. The stipulated time is extended as 22 Months instead of 18 months for 7th pay commission to submit its report
2. As the central government would like to ground upon the Precedents and it will take six month time from the date of submission of report to announce its approval for implementation of 7th pay commission recommendations
3. So the Cabinet approval for implementation of 7th pay commission recommendation will be granted by the Month of June 2016
4. Only the Revised Pay Scale will come into effect from 1.1.2016
5. The revised rate of allowances will come into effect from prospective date that is with effect from the day of Order is issued.
6. So the central Government employees will be losing the benefit of revised rate of allowances for the period of six months , which they supposed to get from 1.1.2016,  provided the order for implementation of 7th pay commission will be issued on 1.7.2016.
Source - gservants

Seventh Pay Commission Likely To Propose Minimum Pay Rs 20,000

The Seventh Pay Commission is likely to propose minimum basic salary Rs 20,000 of central government employees.

Highly-placed sources in the pay panel said on Monday, “the average increase in basic pay for all government employees will be in the region of 30-40%.”

Currently, the minimum basic salary of central government employees is Rs 7730 with Grade pay excluding dearness and other allowances. After the Seventh pay commission recommendations will come into force, the minimum basic salary will be 20,000 excluding dearness and other allowances.

A competitive minimum pay is important because it determines the the socialism view of the government and the higher number of central government employees are in the minimum pay slabs. Apart from giving good salary to lower grade employees, the pay panel also will have to consider the disparity ratio between its highest and lowest paid employees.

“A joint secretary gets now Rs 128,000 as monthly salary with dearness allowance. I do not expect it to go up to more than Rs 160,000,” a joint secretary-level official of the Central Government said.

The first, second, third, fourth, fifth pay and sixth pay commission recommended the minimum basic salary Rs 35, Rs 80, Rs 260, Rs 950, Rs 3050 and Rs 7730 respectively.

The Commission has already completed discussions with various stakeholders, including organisations, federations, groups representing civil employees as well as Defence services and is in the process of finalising its recommendations.

It’s now in the process of finalising its recommendations.

The Seventh Pay Commission is also likely to keep the retirement age of central government employees unchanged at 60 years, although most of the central employees bodies sought to increase the retirement age to 62 years in their memorandum in the pay panel.

“We are not going to either recommend lowering or raising the retirement age. If we lower the age limit, the pension burden will bust the government’s medium-term fiscal targets.” highly-placed sources in the pay panel said.

Source : tkbsen. in

7th Pay Commission must remove anomalies before submitting its report



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Sep 21, 2015

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New Delhi: The Seventh Pay Commission report is awaited, the new pay scales will be applicable to Central government employees with effect from January 2016.
This is a very rough average because for senior level officers, like the Cabinet Secretary or officials at the secretary level, the payback could increase by more than 50%.50 lakh central government employees and 56 lakh pensioners including dependents hope to get this gift from April next year. The revised pay scales are likely to be implemented retrospectively starting 1 January 2016.Arun Jaitley_2_1_0
Many commentators say that the average increase in basic fair pay for all government employees will be in the region of 40-45%.
As the Pay Commission numbers come through there could be a 30-40 per cent increase for each central government employee.
An increase of salary and allowances would boost middle class central government employees to spend more time with their families for marketing.
The economy would get a major boost from a pickup in consumption, resulting from an increase in salaries but the flip side to the hike will be a spike in inflation.

Seventh Pay Commission: Employees’ Delight, Govt’s Despair

New Delhi: The Seventh Pay Commission report is awaited, the new pay scales will be applicable to Central government employees with effect from January 2016.

50 lakh central government employees and 56 lakh pensioners including dependents hope to get this gift from April next year. The revised pay scales are likely to be implemented retrospectively starting 1 January 2016.
Many commentators say that the average increase in basic fair pay for all government employees will be in the region of 40-45%.

This is a very rough average because for senior level officers, like the Cabinet Secretary or officials at the secretary level, the payback could increase by more than 50%.

Armed forces again demand resolution of pay ‘anomalies’ with 7th Pay Commission


While the heat and dust over one rank, one pension (OROP) is yet to settle, with a section of veterans rejecting the "diluted" version announced by the government on September 5, the serving personnel have their own deep-seated grouse over their eroding "status, parity and equivalence" as compared to their civilian counterparts. 

The armed forces top brass have made several representations to the government, including the defence and finance ministries, on the core anomalies over the last one year. But have received no assurance till now. With the 7th CPC's term being extended by four months, they are now making a last-ditch attempt to get the anomalies rectified. 


One of the main demands is the grant of NFU (non-functional upgradation) for officers denied promotions due to the lack of vacancies in the steeply-pyramidal structure of the armed forces. "IFS and IPS officers, as also those from organized Group A civil services, now get NFU after the 6th CPC like IAS officers. But the armed forces have been kept out of it," said a senior officer. 

"This adversely impacts the morale of serving military officers. It also creates command, control and functional problems because even organizations that work closely with the military like DRDO, Border Roads Organisation, Military Engineer Service and the like get NFU," he added. 

Another demand is the placement of all Lt-Generals in the HAG+ (higher administrative grade) pay-scale like directors-general of police. "As of now, only 33% of Lt-Gens are in the HAG+ scale. The status of all Lt-Gens with that of DGPs must be restored," he added. 

The other anomalies deal with the grant of "uniform grade pay" and proper "initial pay fixation" of Lt-Colonels, Colonels and Brigadiers. There is also the need for all JCOs (junior commissioned officers) and soldiers to get "common pay scales", in the backdrop of the ones recruited before January 2006 not getting them. 

"Successive CPCs have given a raw deal to the armed forces compared to the bureaucracy. Virtually all IAS and IFS officers, for instance, reach the apex pay scale before their retirement due to NFU. They, therefore, get OROP through the backdoor. It's high time the historical and traditional parity was restored," said another officer

The civilian bureaucracy, however, is not impressed. It feels the armed forces keep on making "more and more demands" when they already get a lot of privileges from free rations to hugely-subsidized canteens. "Military officers and jawans already get 'military service pay' for their tougher working conditions. The demand for NFU is unrealistic," said a senior bureaucrat.
SOURCE - TOI

Sep 18, 2015

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Sep 17, 2015

पीएफ सब्सक्राइबर्स को ६ लाख तक डीके insurance

pf-insurance

ड्यूटी पर देर से आने पर केंद्र सरकार के कर्मचारियों के आधे दिन के वेतन कटेगा

salary deduction

SOURCE - BHASKER

Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013- Submission of declaration of assets and liabilities by public servants belonging to CSSS & CSCS -regarding

Immediate
No.25/1/2014-CS-II(A)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan
Khan Market, New Delhi-110003
Dated 11th September, 2015
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject:- Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013- Submission of declaration of assets and liabilities by public servants belonging to CSSS & CSCS -regarding.
The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s OM of even number dated 15.04.2015 regarding declaration of assets and liabilities by CSSS & CSCS officials under the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 and to say that, vide Notification No. 407/12/2014-AVD-IV(B) dated 27.04.2015 and also OM No.407/12/2014-AVD-IV(B) dated 25.04.2015 of this Department,the last date for filling of returns by public servants, as on 01.08.2014 and as on 31.03.2015, has been extended to 15th October, 2015.
2. All CSSS/CSCS officials are requested to file the returns as on 01.08.2014 and for the year 2015 (as on 31.03.2015) online at cscms.nic.in at the earliest without waiting for the last date to approach to avoid rush and slowing down of the system at the last moment. All officers of PPS and above levels of CSSS should also take a print out of the return filed online and submit the same to this Department duly signed.
3. Ministries/Departments are requested that the contents of this OM be widely circulated among all CSSS/CSCS officials working under their control. They should also monitor and ensure that the returns are submitted by all officials within the stipulated period without fail through Web Based Cadre Management System.
4. In case of any difficulty, nodal officers may contact CMC officials who have developed Web Based Cadre Management System at Telephone No. 011-24629890.
Source-http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02csd/lokpal110920

Clarification regarding stepping up of pay of senior Pas of CSSS w.r.t. their juniors.

No.5/16/2009-CS-II(C)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan,
Khan Market, New Delhi-110003.
Dated: 27th August, 2015.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Clarification regarding stepping up of pay of senior Pas of CSSS w.r.t. their juniors.

The undersigned is directed to say that several references have been received in this Department from Ministries/Departments seeking advice as to whether the pay of the senior Pas can be stepped up at par with that of their junior Shri Jai Bhagwan, PA of Department of Commerce (Supply Division) (now in Ministry of Information & Broadcasting). It has also come to the notice of this Department that many Ministries/Departments have already granted stepping up of pay to their Pas at par with the pay of Shri Jai Bhagwan.

The issue of fixation of pay of Shri Jai Bhagwan, PA has been examined in this Department. As per DoP&T’s O.M. No.35034/1/97-Estt.(D) dated 04th October, 2012, stepping up of pay is allowed to those officials who got their ACPS benefit prior to 1.1.2006 but are drawing less pay than their juniors, who got it after 1.1.2006 subject to certain conditions. Therefore, in all similar cases, the stepping up of pay of a particular senior who got the ACPS benefit before 1.1.2006 could only be allowed with direct reference to a particular junior who got it after 1.1.2006 and got his pay fixed in terms of para 2(c) of Department of Expenditure’s U.O. note No.10/1/2009-IC dated 14.12.2009. Any stepping up of pay is not allowable in a chain-like manner. Shri Jai Bhagwan got ACP on 01.07.2005 and as such, para 2(c) of Department of Expenditure’s U.O. note No. 10/1/2009-IC dated 14.12.2009 would apparently not apply in his case. As such, the pay fixation order No.G-12014/1/2008-Admn. Dated 09.02.2011 of Shri Jai Bhagwan, PA issued by the Department of Commerce (Supply Division) is not in order.Ministry of I&B were requested to explore the possibility of allowing stepping up of pay to Shri Jai Bhagwan, in case his case is covered under the O.M. dated 04.10.2012. Accordingly, DAVP, Ministry of I&B, re-examined his case and re-fixed his pay w.e.f. 01.07.2006 by granting stepping up of pay with reference to his junior namely Smt. Promila Bandooni. A copy of DAVP, M/o I&B’s Office Order No.A.20012/07/2012-Admn.I dated 15.07.2015 regarding re-fixation of pay of Shri Jai Bhagwan, PA of CSSS is enclosed herewith.In view of the above, all Ministries/Departments are advised to take further necessary action of accordingly review the stepping up of pay already granted to their PAs in comparison to Shri Jai Bhagwan, PA, CSSS and necessary recoveries of excess amount, if any, be affected, in this regard, from the concerned officials.

(Kameshwar Mishra)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India
Telefax: 24623157

No.A-20012/07/2012-Admn.I
Government of India
Directorate of Advertising & Visual Publicity
(Ministry of Information & Broadcasting)
Soochana Bhavan, CGO Complex, Lodi Road,
New Delhi, dated 15.07.2015

OFFICE ORDER

As per instructions contained in DOPT’s O.M. No. 35034/1/97-Estt.(D) dated. 04.10.2012, the pay of Shri Jai Bhagwan, PA of CSSS Cadre is hereby stepped up w.e.f. 01.07.2006 to an amount equal to the pay of his junior viz. Smt. Promila Bandooni, PA of CSSS Cadre of Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Deptt of Commerce (Supply Division) who got her 1st ACP w.e.f. 01.07.2006 in the pay scale of Rs. 5500-9000 and fixed as under.

Basic Pay in pre-revised pay scale of Rs. 5500-9000 as on 01.01.2006As per 6th CPC recommendations Pay in revised scale PB02 + GP Rs. 4600 as on 01.01.2006Date of next increment/ eventPay re-fixed in PB-2, Grade Pay Rs. 4600/- (In Rs.)RemarksRs. 5500/- as on 01.01.2006Rs. 12090 + 4600/-01.07.200612590/- + 4600Annual increment  01.07.200613860/- + 4600/-Pay stepped up with Smt. Promila Bandooni, PA  01.07.200714420/- + 4600/-Annual Increment  01.07.200814990/- + 4600/-Annual Increment  01.07.200915580/- + 4600/-Annual Increment  01.07.201016190/- + 4600/-Annual Increment  01.07.201116820/- + 4600/-Annual Increment  01.07.201217470/- + 4600/-Annual Increment  01.07.201318140/- + 4600/-Annual Increment  04.01.201418140/- + 4800/-Granted 2ndMACP w.e.f. 04.01.2014  01.07.201418830/- + 4600/-

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19540/- + 4800/-

Annual Increment

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Increment of grant of 2ndMACP

  01.07.201520270/- + 4800/-Annual IncrementThe date of next Annual Increment to Shri Jai Bhagwan, PA of CSSS cadre will be 01.07.2016, if otherwise admissible.Excess payment, if any made in the form of pay fixation and arrears arising out of the stepping up of pay are subject to recovery in the light of audit objection without further notice.This supersedes, all earlier pay fixation orders in respect of Sh. Jai Bhagwan, P.A. after implementation of the 6th CPC.

(Parijat Diwan)
Deputy Director (Admn.)
Tele:24369533

http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02csd/steppinuppp.pdf

मंत्रिसमूह पता करेगा प्रमोशन में दलितों की भागीदारी

Sep 16, 2015

7th Central Pay Commission – Regularisation of Retirement Age?

As the recommendation and implementation of the 7th Central Pay Commission is eagerly awaited by the central government employees, some points in the recommendations are slightly leaking in..It may not be authentically correct.
According to information from various sources, the Pay Commission may fix the minimum basic pay at Rs. 15000/- and it is assumed that a huge increase in the salaries of the employees cannot be expected. The term of the commission was extended for four months and they are in full swing giving final touches to the report to be submitted to the central government by the end of December 2015.
One more recommendation which is said to be an important one, is the regularisation of retirement age for the Central Government Employees. The Commission may recommend that an employee should retire after completing 33 years of service or at the age of 60 whichever comes first. For instance, if an employee joins a central government establishment at the age of 23, his retirement age will be 56. If this recommendation is true, it will definitely create panic among  the employees and it will not be a wise decision by the pay commission. All Federations and Associations will strongly oppose these type of recommendations…
The 6th CPC had brought various changes in the Pay Structures and introduced Grade Pay. There was a moderate increase in the Basic Pay, House Rent Allowance and re-imbursement of tuition fees was also introduced. The minimum basic pay was Rs.5200+Grade Pay 1800=Rs. 7000/- while it was Rs. 2650/- in the 5th CPC.
Further, it is also said that, the 7th CPC may abolish the 6th CPC’s Pay Scales and may bring back the old pay scales. The overall increase in the Pay Scale will be around 15% to 20%
Let us wait and see for the ultimate results…!
SOURCE - govtstaffnewsport al.in

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Sep 15, 2015

Payment of Night Duty Allowance (NDA) at revised rates to the eligible civilian employees working in the Establishments under the Ministry of Defence.



Office of the Principal controller of Accounts (FYs)
10-A, S.K.Bose Road, Kolkata – 700 000
Pay/Tech-II/1206/2015/13
Dated: 09.09.2015
To,
All Cs F A (Fys)

Subject: Payment of Night Duty Allowance (NDA) at revised rates to the eligible civilian employees working in the Establishments under the Ministry of Defence.

Kindly refer to this office earlier circular No.Pay/Tech-II/1206/07 dated 28/05/2015 and No.Pay/Tech-II/1206/2015/08 dated 29/05/2015 under which the orders for payment of NDA at revised rate have been issued. In this regard it is to mention that the ceiling of pay for entitlement of NDA was Rs. 2200/- pm’ vide DOPT order dated 04/10/1989. Keeping in view of pay structure under 6th CPC it has been decided that the ceiling limit for entitlement of NDA may be fixed at Rs.12380/-. While making payment of NDA, an employee’s pay in the pay band will be compared with that figure and if pay in the Pay Band is less than above limit then he will be eligible for NDA at current rates otherwise he is not.

If any of the employees have been paid NDA already in terms of this office earlier circulars dated 28/05/2015 and 29/05/2015 whose pay in the pay band is beyond this ceiling limit, recovery action may please be initiated.

The same may please be communicated to all the Br. AOs under your jurisdiction, for necessary action at their end.

This issues with the approval of Competent Authority.

sd/-
Joint controller of Accounts (Fys)

Department of Expenditure has issued gazette notification regarding extension of 4 month to 7th Central Pay Commission...

(Department of Expenditure)
RESOLUTION

New Delhi, the 8th September, 2015

No. 1/1/2013-E. III(A).—The Government of India have decided that the Para 5 of this Ministry’s Resolution No. 1/1/2013-E.III(A) dated 28.2.2014 shall be modified as under :—

“The Commission will make its recommendations by 31st December, 2015. It may consider, if necessary, sending reports on any of the matters as and when the recommendations are finalized.”

RATAN P. WATAL, Finance Secy.


Authority: http://egazette.nic.in/

SC notice to Centre over pay commission for district court judges


New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday issued notice to the Centre over a plea filed by the All India Judges’ Association (AIJA) seeking a separate pay commission for lower court judges.

Any decision in this regard is set to affect nearly 18,000 judges across district courts of the country, lawyers for AIJA said.

A three-judge bench comprising chief justice H.L. Dattu, justices Shiva Kirti Singh and Amitava Roy sought the Centre’s response to the petition which seeks to set up an independent pay commission—the All India Judicial Commission—to review the service conditions of the lower judiciary, which includes pay scale, pension and retirement age.

The petition said there was no provision for increasing the pay scale of district court judges in the seventh pay commission constituted in February 2014.
SOURCE - livemint.com

18,000 judges neglected by 7th pay commission; judges association asks SC for separate pay commission

The All India Judges Association’s (AIJA) petition in the Supreme Court for a separate pay commission for lower court judge is up for response by the central government, reported Mint.

A bench of chief justice HL Dattu and justices Shiva Kirti Singh and Amitava Roy issued notice to the centre, in the case, yesterday.

AIJA’s petition states that there is no provision for increasing the pay scale of lower court judges in the seventh pay commission, thus neglecting 18,000 Indian judges.

The AIJA has prayed for directions to set up an independent pay commission - the All India Judicial Commission - to review the service conditions of the lower judiciary, which includes pay scale, pension and retirement age

source - legallyindia. com

रेलवे कर्मचारी 20 साल नौकरी के बाद अपने बच्चो को नौकरी दिल सकेंगे

job-for-wards

सुप्रीम कोर्ट पदोन्नति में आरक्षण पर कड़े स्टेप लिए

ten tho
SOURCE - ten tho
SOURCE - Jagran

Sep 14, 2015

जानिए, कैसे 7वां वेतन आयोग राज्‍य के खजाने पर डालेगा असर

नई दिल्‍ली। सातवें वेतन आयोग की रिपोर्ट अगले कुछ महीनों में आने की उम्‍मीद है। लेकिन एक रिपोर्ट के मुताबिक इसका असर राज्‍यों के खजाने पर ज्‍यादा पड़ने की आशंका जताई जा रही है। दरअसल वेतन आयोग का गठन हर 10 साल पर बढ़ती हुई महंगाई और कर्मचारियों के हित को ध्‍यान में रखकर किया जाता है। वेतन आयोग का गठन केंद्र सरकार करती है जो केंद्र सरकार के कर्मचारियों के वेतनमान, सेवा निवृत्ति के लाभ और अन्‍य सेवा शर्तों संबंधी मुद्दों पर विचार करती है। इससे पहले पाचवां वेतन आयोग एक जनवरी 1996 को और 6ठा वेतन आयोग एक जनवरी 2006 को लागू किया गया। वहीं, 7वां वेतन आयोग की सिफारिश को एक जनवरी 2016 से लागू किया जाना है।
जस्‍टिस माथुर की अध्‍यक्षता में आयोग गठित
सातवें वेतन आयोग का गठन 2014 में तत्‍कालीन मनमोहन सरकार ने सुप्रीम कोर्ट के सेवानिवृत्‍त जज न्‍याय‍मूर्ति अशोक कुमार माथुर की अध्‍यक्षता में की। वेतन आयोग को कैबिनेट ने 28 फरवरी 2014 को मंजूरी दी। आयोग में जस्टिस माथुर के अलावा तीन और सदस्‍यों की नियुक्‍त की गई हैं। जबकि आयोग अपनी रिपोर्ट गठन की तारीख से 18 महीनों के अंदर सौंपेगी। आयोग केंद्र सरकार के कर्मचारी, अखिल भारतीय सेवाओं के कर्मी, केंद्र शासित प्रदेशों के कर्मचारी और भारतीय लेखा परीक्षण विभाग के अधिकारी तथा रेलवे के अधिकारी व कर्मचारी के वेतन भत्‍ता सुविधाओं एवं अन्‍य लाभों की समीक्षा करेगा। जिसके आधार पर अपनी रिपोर्ट सरकार को देगा। केंद्र और राज्‍य सरकारें वेतन आयोग के इसी रिपोर्ट के आधार पर अपने कर्मचारियों का वेतन भत्‍ता और पेंशन को लागू करती है।
50 लाख कर्मचारियों व 30 लाख पेंशनरों को लाभ
सरकार के द्वारा गठित 7वें वेतन आयोग का लाभ 50 लाख केंद्रीय कर्मचारियों और 30 लाख पेंशनरों को मिलेगा। जबकि 1 करोंड़ से ज्‍यादा राज्‍य एवं स्‍थानीय सरकारी कर्मचारियों को इसका लाभ मिलेगा क्‍योंकि राज्‍य सरकारें भी इसी के आधार पर अपने कर्मचारियों और पेंशनरों को वेतन और भत्‍ता लाभ देती है। हालांकि छठे वेतन आयोग का क्रियान्‍वयन अक्‍टूबर 2008 में हुआ जिसकी वजह से 30 महीनें का एरियर कर्मचारियों को मिला। जिसने आर्थिक मंदी के दौर से बाहर निकलने में अहम भूमिका निभाई थी। इसी कारण विकास की गति तेज हुई और अर्थव्‍यवस्‍था पटरी पर लौटने लगी।
7वें वेतन आयोग का राज्‍यों पर पड़ेगा असर
सातवां वेतन आयोग अपनी सिफारिश रिपोर्ट अगले कुछ महीनों में देने वाला है। जिसका असर राज्‍यों पर भी पड़ने वाला है। यह जानकारी हाल ही में जारी एक रिपोर्ट से निकलकर सामने आई है। क्‍योंकि राज्‍यों की राजकोषीय स्थिति को यदि देखा जाए तो इसका असर उनके खजाने पर पड़ेगा जो कि उनकी वित्‍तीय स्थिति को प्रभावित करेगी। रिपोर्ट में बताया गया है कि राज्‍यों के सकल घरेलू उत्‍पाद में पेंशन खर्च की हिस्‍सेदारी कितनी है जबकि इस पर होने वाले कुल खर्च में कितना राजस्‍व खर्च होगा। रिपोर्ट के अनुसार पेंशन खर्च का मूल्‍यांकन राज्‍यों ने स्‍वयं किया है जिसकी चर्चा 14वें वित्‍त आयोग से की है। जिसे नीचे आंकड़ों में चार्ट के जरिए फीसदी में दिखाया गया है। जो कि इस प्रकार है:-


क्रम संख्‍याराज्‍यसकल घरेल उत्‍पाद में पेंशन व्‍यय की हि‍स्‍सेदारी (फीसदी में)होने वाले कुल खर्च में राजस्‍व की हिस्‍सेदारी (फीसदी में)
1आंध्र प्रदेश1.8586.2
2बिहार2.8275.58
3गुजरात0.9374.15
4हरियाणा0.9689.48
5कर्नाटक1.4184.42
6केरल2.5589.44
7मध्‍य प्रदेश1.2982.95
8महाराष्‍ट्र0.8683.11
9पंजाब1.8666.34
10राजस्‍थान1.4080.46
11तमिलनाडु1.7585.83
12उत्‍तर प्रदेश2.5671.28
13पश्चिम बंगाल1.7687.35



केंद्र और राज्‍यों पर पड़ने वाला वित्‍तीय प्रभाव
जहां सातवें वेतन आयोग की रिपोर्ट कुछ ही महीनों में आने वाला है इसे 1 जनवरी 2016 से लागू भी किया जाना है। वहीं 6ठे वेतन आयोग की सिफारिश लागू करने पर जो कुल वित्‍तीय प्रभाव पड़ा उसका भी आंकलन रिपोर्ट में किया गया है। उसके मुताबिक केंद्रीय बजट पर 15700 करोड़ रुपए और रेल बजट पर 6400 करोड़ रुपए का बोझ पड़ा।
जबकि राज्‍यों के द्वारा वेतन आयोग की सिफारिश को लागू करने पर एरियर देने पर 2008-09 और 2011-12 में कम्‍बाइंड रेवन्‍यू अकाउंट का घाटा 2009-10 में जीडीपी के 0.6 फीसदी रही। लेकिन 7वें वेतन आयोग की रिपोर्ट लागू होने के बाद बिहार, उत्‍तर प्रदेश और केरल जैसे राज्‍यों का क्‍या स्थिति होगी जहां पर पेंशन के मद में ज्‍यादा खर्च होता है।
source - bhasker

Can We Expect 7th CPC Recommendations soon? 7th CPC may not delay its submission

Though Central Government decided to extend 4 months life of Pay Commission, it appears that it was in the background of negotiations with Armed Forces Veterans for referring OROP issue to CPC. Now in the background of across the table settlement of OROP, Govt too not issued any orders for time extn. CPC Chairman was averse to delaying his report. Comrade R.Elangovan DREU Working President analyses the situation nicely about possibilities of submission before 39.09.2015. I do agree with this assessment. More over the postponement of SCOVA meeting scheduled in September also indicates the probability of submission by end of September. I am reproducing Elangovan's note for all to study! - KR GS AIPRPA

7TH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION MAY SUBMIT ITS REPORT BEFORE 30TH SEPTEMBER 2015

1.Sri A.K. MATHUR,chairman ,7th cpc told the press on 24th August that he will submit his report before 30th September. 
2.Cabinet decided on 26th September to extend the tenure of 7th cpc up to 31-12-2015 which raised the suspicion that the submission of the report may be delayed.
3.But so far,until today, the finance ministry has not issued the extension order by notification.
4.The cabinet decision for extension was taken in the context of one rank one pension issue. The government wanted to refer the issue to 7th cpc.But the veterans did not agree to the suggestion. Now the issue has been settled outside the 7th cpc.Hence the need for the extension becomes unwarranted. It is why i think the finance ministry has not issued the extension order and the term as of now has ended on 27th August.7th cpc website also has not posted any extension of their tenure as no order exists for that.