Thursday, October 23, 2008

Promotion Policy :ACPS-ADEQUATE CAREER PROGRESSION


PROMOTION POLICY 

ACPS-ADEQUATE CAREER PROGRESSION 6.1.15 

Promotion policy exists to provide adequate career progression to the employees.

The Fifth CPC was of the opinion that the Government should formulate a promotion scheme that caters to the promotion aspirations of Central Government employees in general. They recommended the Assured Career Progression Scheme (ACPS) for the general employees in the Government. The Fifth CPC had also recommended use of cadre review mechanism to bring uniformity in the career prospects of Group A central services. Department of Personnel & Training (DOPT) was also advised to issue detailed guidelines for cadre reviews of posts belonging to Groups B, C & D so as to ensure timely review thereof.

The scheme of ACP recommended by the Fifth CPC envisaged three time bound promotions for Group A posts after 4, 8 & 13 years of service. For posts in Groups B, C & D, two time bound promotions were to be provided on completion of 8 & 16 years of service for Group B, 10 & 20 years for Group C and 12 & 24 years of service for Group D.

The Government accepted this recommendation in a modified manner and introduced the ACPS for Groups B, C & D and isolated posts in Group A where two financial upgradations were to be provided on completion of 12 & 24 years of service. The financial upgradations were to be in the next higher grade in the existing hierarchy.

Benefit of pay fixation under FR-22(1) (a) (i) was to be given at the time of these financial upgradations but no change in designation or functions accompanied such upgradation. The scheme, therefore, did not envisage a change in the status or rank of the employee who continued in the same post but only extended the next higher pay scale available in the hierarchy.

ACPS has, by and large, alleviated the problem of stagnation and also allowed higher rate of increments in the higher scale extended under it. However, it has given rise to many other problems, mainly because the financial upgradations in the extant scheme follow the existing hierarchy. This gives uneven benefit to employees existing in the same pay scale in different organisations with a different hierarchical pattern. Employees working in organisations having more intermediate grades suffer because financial upgradation under ACPS places them in a lower pay scale vis-à-vis a similarly placed employee in another organisation that has lesser intermediary grades. This, in a few cases also leads to a situation where the benefit of higher pay scale is not available because the next post in the hierarchy also exists in an identical pay scale. In such cases, benefit under ACPS is limited to increase in salary in the same pay scale on account of fixation under FR-22(1)(a)(i).

The Commission has received many representations seeking a uniform benefit under ACPS or seeking abolition of intermediary grades merely with a view to get higher jumps in pay scales under ACPS. While delayering of Government machinery is desirable and the Commission has made numerous recommendations to achieve the same, abolition of intermediary levels just to give better jumps under ACPS, even though the same are not desirable functionally, cannot be considered.

The only other way is to bring systemic changes in the existing scheme of ACPS so that all employees, irrespective of the existing hierarchical structure in their organisation/cadre, get same benefit under it. The Commission, therefore, recommends that the existing scheme of Assured Career Progression may, in future, be continued with two financial upgradations being allowed as at present with the following modifications:-

i) The scheme will also be available to all posts belonging to Group A - whether isolated or not. Organised Group A services will, however, not be covered under the scheme.

ii) Benefit of pay fixation available at the time of normal promotion shall be allowed at the time of financial upgradations under the scheme. Thus, an increase of 2.5% of pay and grade pay shall be available as financial upgradation under the scheme.

iii) The grade pay shall change at the time of financial upgradation under this scheme. The grade pay given at the time of financial upgradation under ACPS will be the immediate next higher grade pay in the hierarchy of revised pay bands and grade pay being recommended. Thus, grade pay at the time of financial upgradation under ACPS can, in certain cases where regular promotion is not between two successive grades, be different than what is available at the time of regular promotion. In such cases, the higher grade pay attached to the next promotion post in the hierarchy of the concerned cadre/ organization will be given only at the time of regular promotion.

iv) Financial upgradation under the scheme will be available whenever a person has spent 12 years continuously in the same grade. However, not more than two financial upgradations shall be given in the entire career as was provided in the extant scheme.

The scheme with aforesaid modifications shall be called modified ACPS and will ensure suitable progression uniformly to all the employees in Central Government. 6.1.16 Scientists and Doctors are presently covered under separate promotion schemes viz. Flexible Complementing Scheme and Dynamic Assured Career Progression Scheme respectively.

The Commission has considered these schemes in Chapters 3.5 & 3.6 of the Report. 6.1.17 Promotion channels are not very attractive for many posts in Groups B & C. Many times, highly qualified persons join these posts but get demoralized on account of prevailing stagnation. While running pay bands and Modified ACPS will address the problem of stagnation, the Commission is of the view that these employees need to be allowed a fast track promotion mechanism wherein the brighter employees will be able to get promoted faster, irrespective of their seniority, subject to their selection in the prescribed examination.

The Commission recommends that 10% of the vacancies hitherto filled by direct recruitment for all posts in Group B and C (apart from those in pay band PB-1 with grade pay of Rs.1800) will now be filled by Limited Departmental Competitive Examination (LDCE). All employees possessing minimum qualifications prescribed for direct recruitment shall be eligible for this examination irrespective of their present grade and the period of incumbency therein. Thus, even an employee in pay band PB-1 with grade pay of Rs.1800 will be eligible to appear in LDCE for a post in PB-2 with grade pay of Rs.4800 provided he/she possesses the necessary qualifications. This will be over and above any existing scheme of LDCE for filling up posts in various grades.

4 comments:

rajivpathak said...

Letter written to Hon`ble members of Government of India regarding the Administrative Reforms in Departmentalised Accounting Organisations of
Government of India

Dated.08-3-2009.

To,
The Hon`ble Union Minister,
Ministry of Finance, I st Floor,
North Block,New Delhi.
The Secretary,
CENTRAL INFORMATION COMMISSION
Block No. IV (5th Floor), Old JNU Campus
New Delhi-110067.
The Cabinet Secretary,
Cabinet Secretariat,
President House, New Delhi.
The Secretary,
Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure,
I st Floor, North Block, New Delhi.
The Secretary,
Ministry of Public Grievances & Pensions,
Department of Personnel & Training,
North Block, New Delhi.
The Controller General of Accounts,
Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure,
7 th Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market, New Delhi.


Subject:- Administrative Reforms in Departmentalised Accounting Organisations of Government of India -
Request for carrying out Reforms and Redrafting the Promotional Policy for Senior Accountants (Pay scale -5500-9000) serving in the Departmentalized Accounting Organizations in Centralized Union Ministries under the Administrative Control of the O/o The Controller General of Accounts, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, Lok Nayak Bhawan,Khan Market, New Delhi.

Respected Sir,
I wish to humbly submit the following information for carrying out the Reforming of the Promotional Policy laid down for the posts of Senior Accountants serving in the Departmentalised Accounting Organisations of the Centralised Union Ministries under the Administrative Control of the O/o The Controller General of Accounts, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market, New Delhi.

The details of the Organisational Set-up and working of the O/o The Controller General of Accounts Organisation.
Consequent upon the separation of accounts from audit, the organization of Controller General of Accounts was set up in 1976 under the Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance. CGA is the technical policy making body on the matters relating to Government accounting and exercise the powers of the President under Article 150 of the Constitution of India to prescribe the Forms of Accounts of the Union and State Government on the advice of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

The Controller General of Accounts is the apex accounting body in the Government of India. The accounts of the Civil Ministries are compiled and maintained by the Pay and Accounts Offices, the basic accounting units.

The accounting setup is highly decentralized in the Civil Ministries. A Chief Controller of Accounts or a Controller of Accounts heads the Civil Accounts Units at the Ministry level and report to the CGA. The CCAs/CAs function through a Principal Accounts Office at the Ministry headquarters and several Pay and Accounts Officers at the field level are spread over India. The Pay and Accounts Offices maintain a line for item wise accounts of all the transactions involving Consolidated Fund of India, Contingency Fund of India and Public Accounts of India. Various subsidiary accounts such as Loan accounts, Fund accounts etc. are also maintained by these units.

The accounts compiled by the Pay and Accounts Offices are consolidated on a monthly basis in the Principal Accounts Offices at the Ministry's headquarters. The consolidated accounts of the Ministry are rendered to the Controller General of Accounts. The accounts received from various Ministries are consolidated in the office of the Controller General of Accounts to generate the accounts of the Government of India as whole.These monthly accounts are reviewed and a critical analysis of expenditure, revenue collection, borrowings and deficit is prepared for Finance Minister. The PAOs have the authority to release payments on behalf of the Government and to collect revenues of the government.

The cadre management of Group 'A' officers of the Indian Civil Accounts Service (ICAS) vests with the Controller General of Accounts. It covers the entire gamut of personnel management of ICAS officers including their recruitment, transfers, promotions, training, both within the country as well as abroad and periodical reviews of cadre strength and distribution.

The respective Chief Controller/ Controller of Accounts controls the Group 'C' & 'D' staff of various Civil Accounts Units. However, a combined seniority list of all the employees within these grades is maintained by the Controller General of Accounts for effecting promotions.

The details of the staff set-up under the O/o The Controller General of Accounts is given as follows:-

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT(as per CGA site)
Pay scales of the officers and staff of the organization are as under:-
S.No. Grades Pay Scales

1. Controller General of Accounts Rs. 26,000 (fixed)
2. Addl. Controller General of Accounts Rs. 24,050-26000
3. Principal Chief Controller of Accounts Rs. 22,400-24,500
4. Chief Controller of Accounts / Jt.
Controller General of Accounts Rs. 18,400-22,400
5. Controller of Accounts/Deputy Controller
General of Accounts Rs. 12,000-16,500
Rs. 14,300-18,300
6. Dy. Controller of Accounts / Asstt.
ControllerGeneralofAccounts Rs. 10,000-15,200
7. Asstt. Controller of Accounts Rs. 8,000-13,500
8. Senior Accounts Officer Rs. 8,000-13,500
9. Pay & Accounts Officer / Accounts
Officer Rs. 7,500-12,000
10. Asstt. Accounts Officer Rs. 7,450-11,500
11. Junior Accounts Officer Rs. 6,500-10,500
12. Sr. Accountants/Personal Assistants Rs. 5,500- 9,000
13. Accountants/Stenographers Rs. 4,500- 7,000
14. Lower Division Clerks Rs. 3,050- 4,950
15. Daftry/Peons Rs. 2,550 - 3,200



The Recruitments to the post of Lower Division Clerk, Accountant and Senior Accountant in the Central Civil Accounts Service.(Annexure-I is enclosed)

As per the powers conferred by the proviso of G.S.R.. 614(E)under article 309 of the Constitution, and in supersession of the Central Civil Accounts Service (Group 'C') Recruitment Rules, 1978, in so far as they relate to Lower Division Clerk, Accountant and Senior Accountant, except as respects things done or omitted to be done before such supersession, the President of India has laid down the method of recruitment to the post of Accountant and Senior Accountant in the Central Civil Accounts Service in the Departmentalised Accounting Organisations of the Centralised Ministries under the administrative control of O/o The Controller general of Accounts, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market, New Delhi. The copy of the CGA`s Notification is enclosed for the Recruitments to the post of Lower Division Clerk, Accountant and Senior Accountant in the Central Civil Accounts Service.(Annexure-I is enclosed).

Accordingly, the appointment process of Accountants at the initial level of recruitment is done through the Staff Selection Commission as follows:-

(1). The Appointment of Accountants (Pay scale- Rs. 4,500- 7,000 )

The appointment of Accountants is done by the Staff Selection Commission through an open written examination conducted every year and through the process of departmental promotions of Lower Division Clerks. The minimum educational qualification for the recruitment of Accountants in the Pay and Accounts Office (Departmentalised Accounting Organisation) of a Central Government Ministry under the office of the Controller General of Accounts is a Bachelor's degree from a recognized University.

(2).The next promotion is to the Post of Senior Accountant.
(Pay scale- Rs. 5,500- 9,000).

The Promotion of Accountants to the post of Senior Accountants is done for those government personnels with 3 years of regular service and who have qualified the Departmental Confirmatory Examination as per the terms and conditions specified and conducted by the Controller General of Accounts (as per the common seniority list drawn by the O/o The CGA in respect of all the Ministries on the basis of seniority-cum-fitness (as per procedure laid down under sub-rule (2) of rule 5).

(3).The next Promotion is given to the Post of Junior Accounts Officer.
(Pay scale-6500-10500).

The Promotion of Senior Accountants to the post of Junior Account Officers post is done on the basis of passing of the Junior Accounts Examination conducted by the O/o The Controller General of Accounts for the Selection of 90% of vacant posts and the other 10 % of the vacant posts of Junior Accounts Officers are to be filled-up through the regular promotions on basis of Selection-cum-seniority of Senior Accountants who are eligible for the promotional avenues. Copy of the NOTIFICATION issued by the CGA, New Delhi, the 2nd January, 2001 for promotion of Junior Accounts may be referred to which is enclosed(Annexure-II).

i.e.The Promotion to the Post of Junior Accounts Officers post is done as follows:-

(i).90% of the posts in the grade of Junior Accounts Officers shall be filled by the promotion of Senior Accountants on the Seniority-cum fitness basis from a common seniority list of Senior Accountants to be drawn up and maintained by the O/o The Controller General of Accounts of persons who have passed the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination. The syllabus and conditions of eligibility for the examination shall be such as may be specified by the Controller General of Accounts provided that the Controller General of Accounts may at his discretion exempt any person who is qualified Chartered Accountant or Cost Accountant from appearing in any subject in the said examination,

(ii). The other 10% of the posts in the grade of Junior Accounts Officer 's may be filled up by promotion from common seniority list to be drawn up and maintained by Controller General of Accounts of Senior Accountants (pay scale Rs. 5500-9000) who have rendered not less than 10 years service in the grade on the basis of Selection-cum-seniority and who have crossed the age of 53 years as on 1st January of the year. For the purpose of this clause service in the grade of Senior Accountant shall include the previous service rendered as selection grade Auditor in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department or the organisation of the erstwhile Chief Pay & Accounts Officer.

For these promotions to the post of Junior Accounts Officers, the Consultation of the Union Public Service Commission is not necessary or required as the Posts of Junior Accounts Officers belong to the Central Civil Accounts Service, Group 'B' (Non-Gazetted) Ministerial post. The No. of posts to be filled-up every year are Subject to the variation in the number of posts depending on workload of the Accounting Organisations.

(4). Now, those Senior Accountants who have not passed the Junior Accounts Officers Examination conducted by the Controller General of Accounts are never promoted till their last days of retirement.

Even after working as Senior Accountants for nearly 35 to 38 yrs of Central Government service, they are never promoted. As these posts of Junior Accounts Officers belong to the General Central Services, Group 'B' (Non-Gazetted) Ministerial posts, no parity has been drawn by the Central Government with the promotional policy of the Group B &C of Central Secretariat Services (CSS) of the Central Union Ministries vis-à-vis the Central Civil Accounts Service, Group 'B' (Non-Gazetted) Ministerial post for the posts of Senior Accountants to be promoted as Junior Accounts Officers on regular basis in the line of their Seniority positions.
_________________________________________________________
Promotional avenues of The Indian Civil Accounts Services (ICAS) Officers.
(All in a span of 32 yrs to 35 yrs of Central Government service.)

1.Eligibility for Appoinment is a minimum Bachelor's degree from a recognized
University.
2.The Examination for recruitment is conducted by the Union Public
Service Commission (UPSC) every year.

3.The details of promotions are:-

(a)The Junior Scale : First Appointment is of Assistant Controller of Accounts in the office of the CGA (Controller General of Accounts), Department of Expenditure (Ministry of Finance) Delhi / or in the offices of the Chief Controller of Accounts in one of the Central Government Ministry in the Govt.of India.

(b).In the Senior Scale he is promoted as the Deputy Controller of Accounts. In the Senior Administrative Grade he is promoted as the Chief Controller of Accounts. He can also hope to become the Additional Controller General of Accounts in the Additional Secretaries Grade. The highest career post for an ICAS officer is Controller General of Accounts and has a salary fixed higher than that of the Additional Secretaries' Scale.

Details of Promotions of an ICAS Officer are :-
Sl.No. Name of the Post Scale of Pay
(Pre-revised scale)
1 Asstt. Controller of Accounts Rs. 8,000-13,500

2 Dy. Controller of Accounts / Asstt.
Controller General of Accounts Rs. 10,000-15,200

3 Controller of Accounts/
Deputy Controller General of Accounts Rs.12,000-16,500
Rs. 14,300-18,300
4 Chief Controller of Accounts / Jt.
Controller General of Accounts Rs. 18,400-22,400

5 Principal Chief Controller of Accounts Rs. 22,400-24,500

6 Addl. Controller General of Accounts Rs. 24,050-26000

7 Controller General of Accounts Rs. 26,000 (fixed)


__________________________________________________________________________
As such, the promotion policy for Senior Accountants followed by the O/o The CGA is totally unrealistic and a setback to the employees. The employee over a period of time get demoralized and ultimately the work efficiency also tend to decline. As these officials have to work very hard to fulfill the ever increasing demands of the Accounting Organization, a positive view may kindly be shown towards them for streamlining their promotional avenues urgently. Any further delay would definitely harm the service interests of these hardworking officials at the ground level. Here, I would also like to mention the details of the workload the Accountants and Senior Accountants have to perform at the ground level while working in the Departmentalised Accounting set-up of a Central Government ministry (Pay and Accounts Offices). Over a period of time, these officials become experts in their allocated work. Are they not entitled for a regular promotional avenues? Over a period of time.

Waiting for promotions endlessly in one grade for nearly 30 to 35 is a curse and has brought immense heartburn and a sense of de-motivation among the existing Senior Accountants. It is quiet natural that every human being on earth will expect a value on his / her career. To boost the staff from loosing interest in work and develop a sense of better service motivation to the nation & above all to preserve the dignity of Senior Accountants working in Central Govt. service, it is very essential that a favorable regular promotional policy may be framed and drafted urgently. Even the Assured Career Progression scheme implemented by the Government of India for Senior Accountants is not realistic and is offered when the employee reaches his maximum of the pay scale. Virtually there is no Career Progression for these employees.

As such, the concept of promotions of Senior Accountants to the next high post of Junior Accounts Officers should be introduced at the rate of 50 % on the basis of Seniority of these Central Government employees and the next 50 % on the basis of Limited departmental Examinations. This will ensure justice to the demoralized Senior Accountants who have remained stagnant in their same posts over a period of nearly 30 to 35 years of Central Government Service rendered by these central government employees and no promotional avenues in sight.In this regard the orders of the THE CENTRAL SECRETRIAT SERVICE RULES may be referred to regarding the promotional avenues of Assistants to the post of Section officers mentioned below for reference.

The Copy of the order No.21/39/03-CS.I, dated. 28 th October`2003 to Change the mode of recruitment in the Section Officer’s (SO) Grade of Central Secretariat Service (CSS) is indicated below for your reference and record.(Annexure-III ).
__________________________________________ ______Annexure III_____________
No.21/39/03-CS.I
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. and Pensions
( Department of Personnel & Training )
******
3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhavan,
Khan Market, New Delhi – 110003.
Dated : 28th October, 2003.

ORDER
Sub : Change in mode of recruitment in the Section Officer’s (SO) Grade of Central Secretariat Service (CSS).
The Government had set up a Committee on Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Service (CSS) in February, 2001. The Committee submitted its report in February, 2002. The Report of the Committee has been considered by the Government and inter alia following decisions, have been taken:

(i)To discontinue direct recruitment to the grade of Section Officer through Civil Services Examination of UPSC.

(ii) To change the mode of recruitment to the grade of Section Officer by way of 50% through Limited Departmental Competitive Examination (LDCE) and 50% by seniority.

2.The above decisions will be effective from 03.10.2003.

3. The Select List of S.O. grade for the years 2001 and 2002 against 40% quota of vacancies each for LDCE and seniority is under finalization by this department. The vacancies against 20% quota, earmarked for Direct Recruitment for the years 2001 and 2002 could not be filled up through Civil Services Examination because the process of their certification through the screening committee could not be completed by the respective cadres. Even for the examination 2003, no vacancies have been intimated to UPSC because several cadre authorities have not yet furnished the information on this count. In view of this, it has been decided that the Select List for the year 2003 onwards shall be prepared in accordance with the revised mode of recruitment by way of 50% through LDCE and 50% by seniority.

4. Necessary notification relating to amendments to the CSS Rules will be issued separately.
Sd/-
( Devki Nandan Gupta )
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India
Telephone:24624893
To
All Cadre Authorities of CSS
_______________________________________________________________________

In view of the detailed orders and the information mentioned above, you are kindly requested to actively consider the Reformation and Redrafting of the Promotional Policy for the promotion of Senior Accountants serving in the Central Civil Accounts Service in the Departmentalised Accounting Organisations (Pay and Accounts Offices) of the Centralised Union Ministries under the administrative control of O/o The Controller General of Accounts, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market, New Delhi on regular basis to the next higher post of Junior Accounts Officers , with the revised mode of recruitment rules by way of 50% of the posts being filled-up through the holding of Limited Departmental Competitive Examination and the other 50% posts being filled-up on the basis of Seniority of these Senior Accountants.
You are also further requested to kindly intimate the following information regarding the Promotional policy being followed by the O/o the CGA in respect of Senior Accountants :-
(I).How many Senior Accountants over the years have been promoted to the Post of Junior Accounts Officers post during the last 10 years under the 10 % promotion quota earmarked for them by the CGA.
(II). The names of these promoted officials may kindly be intimated year-wise and office-wise for the last 10 years.
(III) Whether the full 10 % promotional quota has been fully utilized for them or not, and if not the reasons thereon may kindly be intimated for their non-filling up of these Junior Accounts Officers post through this channel.
I would be grateful urgent action is taken in the matter.
Thanking you.
Yours faithfully,

Encl_As above.

(RAJIV PATHAK)
831,Sector-9,R.K.Puram,New Delhi.
E.Mail:- rajivpathak278@gmail.com

Annexure-I

Recruitment to the post of Lower Division Clerk, Accountant and Senior Accountant in the Central Civil Accounts Service.


Welcome to the web site of the CGA of India

MINISTRY OF FINANCE
(Department of Expenditure)
(Controller General of Accounts)
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 11th July, 2000
G.S.R.. 614(E).— in exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution, and in supersession of the Central Civil Accounts Service (Group 'C') Recruitment Rules, 1978, in so far as they relate to Lower Division Clerk, Accountant and Senior Accountant, except as respects things done or omitted to be done before such supersession, the President hereby makes the following rules regulating the method of recruitment to the post of Lower Division Clerk, Accountant and Senior Accountant in the Central Civil Accounts Service, namely :—
1. Short title and commencement.—(1) These rules may be called the Central Civil Accounts Service (Group 'C') Recruitment Rules, 2000.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
2. Definitions.—In these rules unless the context otherwise requires,
(a) "Appointing authority" shall have the same meaning as it has in the Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965;
(b) "Cadre" means the cadres of Lower Division Clerk, Accountant and Senior Accountant respectively. Each Ministry shall have its own separate and independent cadres of Lower Division Clerk, Accountant and Senior Accountant comprising of total number of posts, as specified in the Annexure to these rules, in the respective grades of Lower Division Clerk, Accountant and Senior Accountant;
(c) "Government" means the Government of India;
(d) "Commission" means the Staff Selection Commission or any other recruiting agency for the cadres covered by these rules, which the Government may constitute;
(e) "Controller General .of Accounts" means the Controller General of Accounts in the Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance and includes Additional Controller General .of Accounts or Joint Controller General of Accounts authorised by the Controller General of Accounts to exercise powers under these rules:
f) "Ministry" means a Ministry in the Government of India and includes a Department of the Ministry or an Office specified in the Annexure to these rules;
(g) "Organised Accounts Services" includes the Accounts Services in the Departments of Audit and Accounts, Defence Accounts, Railway Accounts, Post and Telegraph Accounts and Telecom Accounts in the Government;
(h) "Schedule" means Schedule annexed to these rules;
(i) "Service" means the Central Civil Accounts Service (Group 'C').
3. Number of posts, classification and scale of pay.— Number of said posts, their classification and scale of pay attached thereto shall be as specified in columns 2 to 4 of the Schedule annexed to these rules.
4. Method of recruitment, age limit, educational qualifications, etc.— The
method of recruitment, age limit, educational qualifications and other matters relating thereto shall be as specified in columns 5 to 14 of the said Schedule
5. Regulation of promotion. (1) Promotion in the cadres of Lower Division Clerk, Accountant and Senior Accountant shall be regulated by the Controller General of Accounts as prescribed under this rule.
(2) (a) Where promotion is based on seniority-cum-fitness, each Ministry shall hold a Departmental Promotion Committee meeting each year to consider all eligible candidates with minimum qualifying service in the feeder grade as per column 12 of the Schedule and prepare a select list of the candidates found fit for promotion in order of their seniority and forward the same to the Controller General of Accounts.
(b) From the said select lists, the Controller General of Accounts shall prepare a Combined select list of candidates in accordance with the provisions contained in sub-para (c) below.
(c) The combined select list shall be prepared by merging names from the select lists of the ministries in order of seniority. The number of candidates to be included in the Combined select list shall depend on the total number of vacancies available in respective cadres in the Ministries on a date specified by the Controller General of Accounts. The inter-se seniority of the candidates from different Ministries in the Combined select list shall be determined on the basis of length of service rendered by them in the feeder grade and in terms of general principles for determining seniority in this regard as laid down by the Government from time to time:
Provided that inter-se seniority of the candidates from the same Ministry shall be retained in the Combined select list.
(d) The Controller General Of Accounts shall allocate candidates to the Ministries from the Combined select list.
(3) (a) Where promotion is based on departmental qualifying examination, each Ministry shall, in accordance with the directive of the Controller General of Accounts, forward to it a list of candidates considered fit to appear in the departmental qualifying examination.
(b) The Controller General of Accounts shall conduct departmental qualifying examination from time to time and prepare a list of successful candidates who secure percentage of marks as determined by the Control lei-General of Accounts.
(c) From the list of successful candidates prepared as per sub-para (b), a select list of candidates in order of their seniority as per sub-para (d) below shall be prepared. The number of candidates in the select list shall be restricted to the total number of vacancies available under the departmental qualifying examination quota unless otherwise ordered by the -Controller General of Accounts.
(d) In the select list, the inter-se seniority of the candidates from different Ministries shall be determined on the basis of the length of service rendered by them in the feeder grade and in terms of general principles for determining seniority in this regard as laid down by the Government from time to time:
Provided that inter-se seniority of the candidates from the same Ministry shall be retained in the select list;
(e) The Controller General Of Accounts shall allocate candidates to the Ministries from the select list.
(4) (a) where promotion is based on departmental competitive examination, each Ministry shall, in accordance with the directive of the Controller General of Accounts, forward to it a list of candidates considered fit to appear in the departmental competitive examination.
(b) The Controller General of Accounts shall conduct the departmental competitive examination from time to time -and prepare a list of candidates in order of their merit in the examination.
(c) The number of candidates in the select list shall be restricted to the total number of vacancies available under the departmental competitive examination quota unless otherwise ordered by the Controller General of Accounts.
(d) The Controller General of Accounts shall allocate candidates from the select list to the Ministries.
6. Transfer.—(1) the Lower Division Clerks, Accountants or Senior Accountants shall be liable to serve any part of India.
(2) The Controller General of Accounts may, if satisfied that it is necessary or expedient in public interest so to do, by order, and for reasons to be recorded in writing, transfer a Lower Division Clerk, Accountant or Senior Accountant, as the case may be, from one Ministry to the other in the same grade.
8. Disqualification.— No person,-
(a) who has entered into or contracted a marriage with a person having a spouse.living; or
(b) who, having a spouse living, has entered into or contracted a marriage with any person,
shall be eligible for appointment to the said post:
Provided that the Central government may if satisfied that such marriage is permissible under the personal law applicable to such person and the other party to the marriage, and that there are other grounds for so doing, exempt any person from operation of this rule.
8. Power to relax.—Where the Central Government is of the opinion that it is expedient so to do, it may, by order, for reasons to be recorded in writing, relax any of the provisions of these rules with respect to any class or category of persons.
9. Savings.—Nothing in these rules shall affect reservations, relaxation of age limit and other concessions required to be provided for the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Ex-servicemen and other special categories of persons in accordance with the orders issued by the Government from time to time in this regard.

Schedule
Name of post. Number of post. Classification. Scale of Pay.
1 2 3 4
Lower Division Clerk 1121 *.(2000).
* subject to variation dependent on work load General Central Service Group 'C' Non-Gazetted-Ministerial Rs.3050-75-3950-80-4590

Whether selection-Cum -seniority or selection by merit or non-selection Whether benefit of added years of service admissible under rule 30 of Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972. Age limts for direct recruits Educational and other qualification required for direct recruits.
5 6 7 8
Non-Selection No Between 18 and 27 years
Note: The crucial date for determining the age limit shall be as advertised by Staff Selection Commission. (I) Matriculation or equivalent from a recognized Board or university,
(ii) Typing speed of 30 words per minute in English or 25 words per minute in Hindi.

Whether age and educational qualifications prescribed for direct recruits will apply in the case of promotees. Period of probation, if any. Method of recruitment whether by direct recruitment or by promotion or by deputation/deputation and percentage of posts to be filled by various methods. In case of recruitment by promotion/deputation/ transfer grades from which promotion /transfer/ deputation to be made.
9 101 11 12
Yes. to the extent indicated in column 11 . 2 years Note : Matriculate Group 'D' staff promoted as Lower Division Clerks through limited departmental competitive examination and on seniority basis are required to pass type test conducted by Staff Selection Commission within their probation. Those who fail to qualify, shall stand reverted to the post which they were holding prior to their promotion as Lower Division Clerk. (1) 80% in each cadre by/ direct recruitment/ through Staff Selection Commission. Posts remaining unfilled by direct recruitment through Staff Selection Commission may be filled through deputation by taking persons of appropriate grade from other Organised Accounts Services and Government departments
(2) 5% in each cadre shall be filled by promotion on the basis of limited departmental competitive examination. Promotion from amongst the Group 'D' staff who possess Matriculation or equivalent qualifications and have rendered five years of regular service as Group 'D' as per procedure laid down in sub-rule (4) of rule. 5.
(3) 5% in each cadre shall be filled by promotion on the basis of limited departmental qualifying examination. Promotion from amongst Group 'D' staff who have rendered 7 years regular service in the grade as per procedure laid down in sub-rule(3) of rule 5.
(4) 10% in each cadre shall be filled by promotion on seniority basis through common range of seniority. Promotion from amongst Group 'D'employees who possess Matriculation or equivalent qualification on seniority-cum-fitness basis, as per procedure laid down in sub-rule(2) of rule 5.

If a Departmental Promotion Committee exists, what is its composition Circumstances in which Union Public Service Commission is to be consulted in making recruitment.
13 14
Controller of Accounts/Deputy Controller General of Accounts-Chairman* Deputy Controller of Accounts-Member** Senior Accounts Officer/Pay and Accounts Officer-Member. * Deputy Controller General of Accounts will be the Chairman, if there is no Controller of Accounts in the Ministry where Departmental Promotion Committee takes plate. The Deputy Controller of Accounts may be substituted by the Senior Accounts Officer or Pay and Accounts Officer, as the case may be, if the Deputy Controller of Accounts is not available. Not applicable

1 2 3 4
Accountant 1094 ( 2000)*
*subject to variation dependent on work load General Central Service Group'C' Non-Gazetted-M Hiisterial Rs.4000- 100-6000

5 6 7 8
Non-selection No Between 18. and 27 years
Note : The crucial date for determining the age limit shall be as advertised by Staff Selection Commission. Bachelor's degree from a recognized University.

9 10 11 12
No 2 years in case of direct recruits. Direct Recruits who fail to pass Departmental Confirmatory Examination as per terms and conditions specified and conducted by Controller General of Accounts- during probation are liable for discharge from service. (1) 70% in each cadre by direct recruitment through Staff Selection Commission Posts remaining unfilled by direct recruitment through Staff Selection Commission may be filled through deputation by taking persons of appropriate grade from other Organised Accounts Services and Government departments.
(2)25% by promotion Promotion shall be made from Lower Division Clerks belonging to the service with not less than 5 years of regular service as on 1st of January of each year.
(3) 5% in each cadre by promotion on the basis of limited departmental competitive examination. Promotion shall be made from Lower Division Clerks belonging to the service with 3 years of regular service in the grade and who qualify in the departmental competitive examination conducted by Controller General of Accounts, as per procedure laid down under sub-rule (4) of rule 5.
Note : Promotees to the grade of Accountant who fail to qualify the Departmental Confirmatory Examination as per terms and conditions specified and conducted by Controller General of Accounts within two years from the date of' promotion are liable to be reverted to the post which they held prior to their promotion as Accountant.


13 14
Controller of Accounts/Deputy Controller General 'of Accounts-Chairman* Deputy Controller of Accounts-Member** ; Senior Accounts. Officer/Pay and Accounts Officer-Member. * The Deputy Controller General of Accounts will be the Chairman if there is no Controller of Accounts in the Ministry where Departmental promotion Committee takes place. **The Deputy Controller of Accounts may be substituted by the Senior Accounts Officer or Pay and Accounts Officer, as the case may be. if the Deputy Controller of Accounts is not available. Not applicable

1 2 3 4
Senior Accountant 4374 (2000)*
*subject to variation i dependent on work load General Central Service : Group "C' Non-Gazetted-Ministerial Rs.5000- 150-8000

5 6 7 8
Non-selection No Not applicable Not applicable

9 10 11 12
No Not Applicable By promotion Promotion from amongst Accountants with 3 years of regular service and who have qualified the Departmental Confirmatory Examination as per terms and conditions specified and conducted by the Controller General of Accounts, and such promotion shall be made from the common seniority list for all Ministries on the basis of seniority-cum-fitness as per procedure laid down under sub-rule (2) of rule 5.
Note: Where juniors who have completed their qualifying /eligibility service are being considered for promotion, their seniors would also be considered provided, they are not short of the requisite qualifying /eligibility service by more than half of such qualifying /eligibility service or two years whichever is less and have successfully completed their probation.


13 14
Controller of Accounts/Deputy Controller General of Accounts-Chairman* Deputy Controller of Accounts-Member** Senior Accounts Officer/Pay and Accounts Officer-Member. ': 1 lie Deputy Controller General of Accounts will be the Chairman if there is no Controller of Accounts in the Ministry where DPC takes place.
** The Deputy Controller of Accounts may be substituted by the Senior Accounts Officer or Pay and Accounts Officer, as the case may be. if the Deputy Controller of Accounts is not available. Not applicable


ANNEXURE
Posts of Lower Division Clerk, Accountant/Senior Accountant in each Ministry
SI. No. Ministry/Department Number of posts of Lower Division Clerk Number of posts of Accountant/Senior Accountant
1. AGRICULTURE 37 157
FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES 3 11
2. CENTRAL BOARD OF DIRECT TAXES 90 624
3. CENTRAL BOARD OF EXCISE AND CUSTOMS 54 588
4. CHEMICAL, AND FERTILIZERS . 3 4
5. CIVIL AVIATION TOURISM 14 68
6. MINES AND MINERALS
COAL 3 33
MINES 37 269
7. MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 30 135
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY 26 96
DEPARTMENT OF SUPPLY 188 536
8. CENTRAL PENSION ACCOUNTING OFFICE 8 38
9. ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS 9 44
10. EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 16 105
11. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 2 19
12. FINANCE 28 199
13. CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION 23 81
14. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 23 111
15. HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 54 238
16, HOME AFFAIRS 81 459
17. INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING 75 296
18. INDUSTRY 26 96
19. LABOUR 20 82
20. LAW. JUSTICE AND COMPANY AFFAIRS 18 44
21. NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES 2 5
22. PERSONNEL. PUBLIC GRIEVANCES AND PENSIONS 21 77
23. PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 2 6
24. PLANNING
STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION 18 68
25. POWER 14 56
26. RURAL AREAS AND EMPLOYMENT 7 34
27. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 30 166
28. STEEL 6 20
29. SURFACE TRANSPORT 22 108
30. URBAN DEVELOPMENT 119 496
31 WATER RESOURCES 33 172
32.. SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EMPOWERMENT 5 8
TOTAL 1121 5468




Annexure-II


Recruitment to the posts of Junior Accounts Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer of the Central Civil Accounts Service,






Welcome to the web site of the CGA of India

MINISTRY OF FINANCE
(Department of Expenditure)
(Controller General of Accounts)
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 2nd January, 2001
G.S.R 11(E).—In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution and in supersession of the Central Civil Accounts Service (Group 'C') Recruitment Rules, 1978 relating to the post of Junior Accounts Officer and Central Civil Accounts Service (Assistant Account Officer) Recruitment Rules, 1990, except as respect things done or omitted to be done before such supersession, the President hereby makes the following rules regulating the method of recruitment to the posts of Junior Accounts Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer of the Central Civil Accounts Service, namely :— , .
1. Short title and commencement.—(1) These rules may be called the Central Civil Accounts Service (Junior Accounts Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer) Recruitment Rules, 2000.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
2. Number of Posts, Classification and Scales of Pay.—The number of the said posts, their classification and the scales of pay attached thereto shall be as specified in columns 2 to 4 of the said Schedule.
3 Method of recruitment, age limit, qualifications, etc.—The method of recruitment, age limit, qualifications and other matters relating to the said posts shall be as specified in columns 5 to 14 of the said Schedule.
4 Controlling Authority of the posts.—The posts shall be controlled by Controller General of Accounts in Ministry of Finance.
5. Liability for transfer.—The Junior Accounts Officer and Assistant Accounts Officer shall be liable to transfer anywhere in India.
6 Disqualifications.—No person,—
(a) who has entered into or contracted a marriage with a person having a spouse living; or
(b) who having a spouse living, has entered into or contracted a marriage with any person, shall be eligible for appointment to any of the said posts :
Provided that the Central Government may, if satisfied, that such marriage is permissible under the personal law applicable to such person and the other party to the marriage and that there are other grounds for so doing, exempt any person from the operation of this rule.
5. Power to relax.—Where the Central Government is of the opinion that it is necessary or expedient so to do, it may, by order, for reasons to be recorded in writing, relax any of the provisions of these rules with respect of any class or category of persons.
6. Saving.—Nothing in these rules shall affect reservations, relaxation of age limit and other concessions required to be provided for the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes. Ex-servicemen and other special categories of persons in accordance with the orders issued by the Central Government from time to time in this regard.
SCHEDULE
Name of post No. of posts Classification Scale of pay Whether selection ' by merit or selection cum-seniority or non-selection post Age limit for direct recruits
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 . Junior Accounts Officer 342* (2000) * Subject to variation dependent on workload. General Central Service, Group 'B' (Non-Gazetted) Ministerial Rs. 5500- 175-9000 Non-Selection -90% Selection-cum-seniority - 10*% Not exceeding 30 years
Note 1. Relaxable for Government servants up to 5 years in accordance with instructions or orders issued by the Central Government.
Note 2. The crucial date for C determining the age limit shall tx the closing date for receipt of application from candidates in India (and not the closing date prescribed for those in Assam. Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland. Tripura, Sikkim, Ladakh Division of J&K State, Lahaul and Spiti District and Pangi Sub Division of Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman and Nicobar Islands or Lakshadweep.)

Whether benefit of added years service admissible Educational and other' qualification required for direct recruits Whether age and educacational qualification prescribed for direct recruits will apply in the , case of promotees period of probation, if any
7 8 9 10
Not applicable Essential A degree of a recognized University/Institution with Commerce/ Accounts as one of the subjects.
Note 1. Qualifications are Relaxable at the discretion of the S.S.C. in case of candidates otherwise well qualified. No Two years

Method of recruitments whether by direct recruitment or by promotion or by deputation/or by absorption and % of the posts to be filled by various methods In case of recruitment by promotion/ deputation/absorption, grades from which promotion/deputation/absorption to be made If a Departmental Promotion Committee exists what is its composition Circumstance in which Union Public 'Service Commission is to be consulted in making recruitment
11 12 13 14
90% by promotion failing which by deputation failing both by direct Recruitment
Note : The direct recruits will be selected on the basis of an Entrance examination conducted by Controller General of Accounts or any Authority specified by him.
During the period of probation they should qualify the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) examination for substantive appointments failing which they arc liable for discharge from service. 100% by promotion. Promotion :
(i) 90% of the posts in the grade of Junior Accounts Officers shall be filled by promotion on Seniority-cum fitness basis from a common seniority list to be drawn up and maintained by the Controller General of Accounts of persons who have passed the Junior Accounts Officer (Civil) Examination. The syllabus and conditions of eligibility for the examination shall be such as may be specified by the Controller General of Accounts provided that the Controller General of Accounts may at his discretion exempt any person who is qualified Chartered ; Accountant or Cost Accountant from appearing in any subject in the said examination,
(ii) 10% of the posts in the grade of Junior Accounts Officer 's may be filled up by promotion from common seniority list to be drawn up and maintained by Controller General of Accounts of Senior Accountants (pay scale Rs. 5000-8000) who have rendered not less than 10 years service in the grade on the basis of Selection-cum-seniority and . who have crossed the age of 53 years as on 1st January of the year. For the purpose of this clause service in the grade of Senior Accountant shall include the previous service rendered as selection grade Auditor in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department or the organisation of the erstwhile Chief Pay & Accounts Officer.
Deputation :
Officers from any Organised Accounts service under the Central Government :
(i) Holding a post of Junior Accounts Officer or analogous posts on regular basis; or
(ii) Senior Accountants/Senior Auditors who have qualified the SAS or equivalent to Junior Accounts Officer Exam with , 3 years regular service in the grade. The departmental Officers in the feeder category who are in the direct line of promotion shall not be eligible for consideration for appointment on deputation. Similarly, Deputationists shall not be eligible for consideration for appointment by Promotion. (period of deputation including period of deputation in another ex-cadre post held immediately preceding this appointment in the same or other organisation/ department of the Central Government shall not ordinarily exceed 3 years. The maximum age limit for appointment by deputation shall be not exceeding 56 years as on the closing date of receipt of Applications,) Group 'B' Departmemal Promotion Committee (for considering promotion, consisting of 1. Joint Controller . General of Accounts — Chairman 2. Two officers of the rank of Chief Controller of Accounts/Controller of Accounts — Members Consultation with the Union Public Service Commission is not necessary-

1 2 3 4 5
2. Assistant Accounts Officer 1370* (2000) * Subject to variation dependent on work load. General Central Service Gr. 'B' (Gazetted) Ministerial Rs. 6500-200-10,500
Non Selection

6 7 8 9 10
Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable

11 12 13 14
Promotion: Promotion :
Junior Accounts Officers with 3 years regular service in the scale of Rs. 5500-175-9000 and who have qualified Jr. AO (Civil) Exam or equivalent exam. Note : Where Juniors who have completed their qualifying/ eligibility service are being considered for promotion, their seniors would also be considered/provided they are not short of the requisite qualifying/eligibility service by more than half of such qualifying/eligibility service or two years, whichever is less and have successfully completed their probation period for promotion to the next higher grade along with their Juniors who have already completed such qualifying/eligibility service. Group 'B' Departmental Promotion Committee (for considering promotion consisting of :
1 . Joint Controller General of Accounts — Chairman
2. Two officers of the rank of Chief Controller of Accounts/Controller of Accounts — Members Consultation with the Union Public Service Commission is not necessary


All Rules
View PDF

© 2001, The Controller General of Accounts, Government of India
This web site best viewed with Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 or above, on 800 x 600 resolution

Anonymous said...

the matter is well taken and well summerized. /The accounts cadre is being fooled like anything. can you give any other example where so many post exist in group B here Asst. Accounts Officer, Pay and Accounts Officer, Sr. Accounts Officer all are in group B . the post of Pay and Accounts officer,Sr.Accounts Officer, Asstt. Controller of accounts carries the same grade pay of Rs.5400/- what is the fun promoting when the pay benefit is not there.
In many departemtns there is no grade pay existing in between Rs.4800/- and 6600/- and persons having much lessor responsibilties enjoys great benfit.

Anonymous said...

promotion is well and good for IAS,IPS,IRS,IFS,ISS & IES cadre people but where is the prospect for common employees.

Anonymous said...

Sir,

Clarification regarding exisiting rate of Transport Allowance to be paid to Orthophysically handciapped person central govt. employees staying in Government accomodation int he same premises which is within 1 km distance. they are eleigible for dobule the Transport allowance or singe as per the 6th pay commission report.

FREE EMAIL SUBSCRIPTION

DON'T FORGET TO ACTIVATE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

ACTIVATE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE BY CLICKING THE ACTIVATION LINK FROM YOUR INBOX...

JOIN OUR CG EMPLOYEES COMMUNITY..!

Rates of Dearness Allowance

DA & DR ORDERS - EXPECTED DA STATUS
Effective DatesAdditional DA Total DA DA OrdersDR Orders5th CPC
1.1.2006 0-DA/DR
1.7.2006 2%2%29.08.2008DA/DR
1.1.2007 4%6%29.08.2008DA/DR
1.7.2007 3%9%29.08.2008DA/DR
1.1.2008 3%12%29.08.2008DA/DR
1.7.2008 4%16%29.08.2008DA/DR
1.1.2009 6%22%13.03.200927.03.2009DA/DR
1.7.2009 5%27%18.09.200929.09.2009DA/DR
1.1.2010 8%35%26.03.201031.03.2010DA/DR
1.7.2010 10%45%22.09.201029.09.2010DA/DR
1.1.2011 6%51%24.03.201129.03.2011DA/DR
1.7.2011 7%58%03.09.2011 05.10.2011DA/DR
1.1.2012 7%65%03.04.2012 04.04.2012DA/DR
1.7.2012 7%72%28.09.2012 25.10.2012DA/DR
1.1.2013 8%80%25.04.2013 02.05.2013DA/DR
1.7.2013 10%90%25.09.2013 03.10.2013DA/DR
1.1.2014 10%100%27.03.201409.04.2014DA/DR
EXPECTED DA JUL 14 - JANUARY STATUS
EXPECTED DA JUL 14 - FEBRUARY STATUS
EXPECTED DA JUL 14 - MARCH STATUS
EXPECTED DA JUL 14 - APRIL STATUS
EXPECTED DA JUL 14 - MAY STATUS

Read our exclusive articles...(Click the title and read continue...)

EXPECTED PAY SCALE OF 7TH CPC
EXPECTED 7TH CPC PAY SCALE :-7th CPC Pay Scale is fast becoming the most mesmerizing phrase among Central Government employees these days. Every Central Govt Employee is waiting to find out the changes in their pay scale that the 7th CPC would recommend to the pay structure...
NMC STRESSES ON 20% INTERIM RELIEF...
The National Mazdoor Conference has urged the Chairman of the newly formed 7th Pay Commission recommend that 20% interim relief be given to all Central and State Government employees. As per Newspapers report that the NMC has also strongly demanded that these recommendations be submitted to the new government...
 ALLOWANCES ENHANCED BY 25% ...
100% D.A from January 2014 – Some Allowances and Advances Rise by 25%. The National Mazdoor Conference has urged the Chairman of the newly formed 7th Pay Commission recommend that 20% interim relief be given to all Central and State Government employees.
LTC-Will Air Travel Continue for the Next 2 Years?  These concessions were initially announced for only two years and then extended to 2013. Each BLOCK YEAR can be carried forward to one year, i.e., those who haven’t utilized the facility in 2012-13 BLOCK YEAR can avail of it until December 2014. 
Expected DA- Status, as of March 2014 : Expected Dearness Allowance from July 2014 : This time there is a considerable slackening in the pace of the expected DA. It looks as if there are plenty of reasons for it. As of March, the AICPIN has increased by one point and is at 239. The rapid increase in Consumer Price Index (IW)...
For a number of years now, especially after the 6th CPC, the problems faced by LDCs and UDCs have started gaining prominence. The unity and sense of purpose among them makes them look all set for the kind of victory that Pharmacists had. Common sense of purpose, unity and dedication sure make success possible!
GOVERNMENT HAS DECIDED TO RAISE RETIREMENT AGE TO 62
Right now, the retirement age for Central Government employees is 60. While news has circulated that the Government has decided to raise the age to 62, no decisions have been made regarding this during the Cabinet Committee meeting that was held on 28.02.2014. There also have been no reports of any discussions on this issue. 

LIST OF CGHS HOSPITALS

7th CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION NEWS

TITLEDATEARTICLESORDERS
7TH CPC REPORT AND THE NEED FOR TIMELINESS16.04.20147thCPC Blog
DID YOU KNOW HOW THE 6TH CPC MULTIPLICATION FACTOR OF 1.86 WAS DERIVED..?15.04.201490Paisa
EXPECTED PAY STRUCTURE OF 7TH CPC10.04.201490Paisa
Date of submission of 7th CPC Report05.04.2014-Rajya Sabha
Comments and Suggestions on 7th CPC04.04.201490Paisa
A webpage has been created by the Ministry of Finance for 7th Central Pay Commission24.03.2014-Finmin
Federations veiws on the ToR of 7th CPC05.03.2014AIRF/BPMS/IRTSA
Cabinet approved 7th Central Pay Commission Terms of Reference28.02.201490Paisa
Prime Minister has approved the composition of the 7th Central Pay Commission04.02.201490Paisa
NO COMPROMISE ON TERMS OF REFERENCE07.12.2013NFPE
Possible ToR meeting with Staff Side JCM-Dopt19.11.2013Dopt
7th CPC Date for implementation11.10.20137thcpcnews
Press Statement of Confederation of 7th CPC25.09.2013Confederation
Consent given by PM for 7th CPC25.09.201390Paisa

Disclaimer

90 Paisa News : As and when orders amending the rules are published by the Government, the amendment orders will be published in our blog immediately. Readers are requested to refer to the source link is given at the end of the post.

All efforts have been made to ensure accuracy of the content on this blog, the same should not be construed as a statement of law or used for any legal purposes. 90paisa accepts no responsibility in relation to the accuracy, completeness, usefulness or otherwise, of the contents. Users are advised to verify/check any information with the relevant department(s) and/or other source(s), and to obtain any appropriate professional advice before acting on the information provided in the blog.


Links to other websites that have been included on this blog are provided for public convenience only.

90paisa is not responsible for the contents or reliability of linked websites and does not necessarily endorse the view expressed within them. We cannot guarantee the availability of such linked pages at all times.

Any suggestions write to us
90paisa2008@gmail.com


Related Posts with Thumbnails