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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Finance Ministry approved Rs.5000-8000(Rs.4200 Grade Pay) for Master Craftsman in Ordnance

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Finance Ministry approved Rs.5000-8000(Rs.4200 Grade Pay) for Master Craftsman
Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) issued amendment to G.S.R.552(E) to Central Civil Services(Revised Pay)Rules, 2008 for the workshop staff (Defence Civilian Employees) as follows and issued Notification through Gazette of India on 28.7.2009 published by the controller of publications, New Delhi-110 054.
Ordnance Employees (14% of MCM) will get Rs.4200 Grade Pay and 50% Highly Skilled emplyees will get Rs.2800 Grade Pay

OLD RATIO

Skilled 45%
Highly Skilled41%
MCM14%

NEW RATIO

Skilled45%
Highly Skilled-II20.5%
Highly Skilled-I20.5%
MCM14%

OLD PAY STRUCTURE

SkilledRs.3050 - 4590 (Grade Pay Rs.1900)
Highly SkilledRs.4000 - 6000 (Grade Pay Rs.2400)
MCMRs.4500 - 7000 (Grade Pay Rs.2800)

NEW PAY STRUCTURE

SkilledRs.3050 - 4590 (Grade Pay Rs.1900)
Highly Skilled-IIRs.4000 - 6000 (Grade Pay Rs.2400)
Highly Skilled-IRs.4500 - 7000 (Grade Pay Rs.2800)
MCMRs.5000 - 8000 (Grade Pay Rs.4200)

Source: cgstaffnews

Hike in pension to benefit 12 lakh jawans: PM

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Hike in pension to benefit 12 lakh jawans: Prime Minister

Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh said on Saturday that the government's decision to increase the pension of retired jawans and Junior Commission Officers (JCOs) will benefit 12 lakh ex-servicemen and their families.

Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh said on Saturday that the government's decision to increase the pension of retired jawans and Junior Commission Officers (JCOs) will benefit 12 lakh ex-servicemen and their families.

"We have accepted the recommendations of the committee constituted to examine the issue of pension of ex-servicemen. This will lead to increased pension for about 12 lakh retired jawans and JCOs," Singh said in his address after unfurling the national flag at the ramparts of Red Fort here on the occasion of 63rd Independence Day.

"We are proud of our brave soldiers. It is our duty to ensure the ex-servicemen are able to lead a life of comfort, " he added.

Meeting a long-pending demand, the government had last month announced in the General Budget that it accepted the recommendations of Committee headed by Cabinet Secretary K M Chandrasekhar to substantially increase the pension of retired Army men.

The revised pension was implemented beginning July this year and it was an attempt to bring it as nearer to the 'One Rank-One Pension' demand of armed forces as possible.

The decision to increase the pension for defence personnel would cost the exchequer over Rs 2,100 crore annually.

Railways to pay 75 days Productivity-linked bonus

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Railways to pay 75 days Productivity-linked bonus

The Railways have decided to pay its employees 75 days productivity-linked bonus for this year, according to railway ministry sources.

The bonus has been cleared by Railway minister Mamata Banerjee, the sources told newspersons in Kolkata today. The Railways had paid 73 days productivity-linked bonus last year.



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