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The Abbreviations are frequently used in Government Offices as follows...

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The Abbreviations are frequently used in Government Offices as follows...

A.B. Autonomous Bodies.
A.C.P. Assured Career Progression Scheme.
A.D.R.P. Annual Direct Recruitment Plan .
A.G. Accountant General.
C.P.I.N. Consumer Price Index Number.
A.M.A. Authorised Medical Attendant.
C.A.M. Civil Accounts Manual.
C.G.H.S. Central Government Health Scheme.
C.S.M.A. Central Services Medical Attendance.
C.B.D.T. Central Board of Direct Taxes.
C.B.E.C. Central Board of Excise & Customs.
C.C.S. Central Civil Services.
C.C.A. Classification, Control & Appeal
C.G.A.(R&P) Rules Central Government Account (Receipts & Payments) Rules 1983.
C.G.E.G.I.S. Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme.
C.S. Rs.. Civil Service Regulations
C.T. Rs. Central Treasury Rules.
C.A.T. Central Administrative Tribunal.
C.P.C. Central Pay Commission.
C.P.F. Contributory Provident Fund.
C.R. Confidential Report.
D.C.R.G. Death-cum-Retirement Gratuity.
D.D.O. Drawing and Disbursing Officer.
D.P.C. Departmental Promotion Committee.
E.B. Efficiency Bar.
E.C.H.S. Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme
E.E.E. Exempt – Exempt - Exempt
E.E.T. Exempt – Exempt -Taxed
E.O.L. Extraordinary Leave
F.Rs. Fundamental Rules.
G.F. Rs. General Financial Rules.
G.O. Gazetted Officer.
G.I.D. Government of India Decision.
G.P.F. General Provident Fund.
G.I. Government of India.
H.B.A. House Building Advance.
I.T. Income Tax.
L.P.C. Last Pay Certificate.
L.T.C. Leave Travel Concession.
N.P.A. Non Practising Allowance.
M.C.M. Master Craftsman.
M.A.C.P. Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme.
O.M. Office Memorandum.
O.T.A. Over Time Allowance.
P.A.O.. Pay and Accounts Office/Officer
P.P.O. Pension Payment Order.
P.S.U Public Sector Undertakings.
R.B.I. Reserve Bank of India.
S.B.I. State Bank of India.
S.Rs. Supplementary Rules.
T.A. Travelling Allowance.

Source: CGStaffNews

Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules 2008 - Revised Pay scales of Pay – Clarification

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RBE No. 75/2010
New Delhi, dated 17-05-2010
S.No. PC-VI/208

The General Manager/CAR(O)
All Indian Railways & Pus
(As per mailing list)

Sub:    Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules 2008-Schedule for Revised Pay scales of Pay – Clarification reg.

Ref:    Board’s letter No. PC-VI/2008/I/RSRP/1 dated 22.9.2008 (RBE No.124/2008)

        The pay structure of the posts of Section Officers(Accounts)/TIA/ISA in the pre-revised scale of pay of Rs.6500-10500 was notified in the schedule circulated vide Borad’s letter referred above.

2.    Earlier, the recruitment rules for these posts incorporated in Indian Railway Establishment Manual, VoI-I, 1989 Edition were amended vide Advance Correction Slip No.194 issued vide Board’s letter No. PC-V/98/1/11/23(Pt.) (RBE No. 54/2007) dated 05.04.2007 to provide for promotion of Accounts Assistants not qualified in Appendix-3 Examination on senirity-cum-suitability basis to the extent of 5% of these posts designated as Senior Accounts Assistants. It has now been decided by the Board to clarify that these posts of Sr. Accounts Assistants, being the posts of the cadre of section Officer(A/cs) TIA/ISA, would carry the same pay structure as available to the Section Officers (Accounts)/TIAs/ISAs and notified vide Board’s circular dated 22-9-2008 referred above. Further, like SO(A/cs.), Sr. Accounts Assistants will retain the existing classification as Group’C’.

3.    This will take effect from 05.4.2007.

4.    This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

5.    Pursuant to item Nos. 22 & 23/2007 raised in the DC-JCM Meeting by the Federations this instruction clarifying the position is being issued.

6.    Hindi version is enclosed.

(N.P. Singh)
Deputy Director, Pay Commission
Railway Board

Gratuity Act raises unions’ hackles

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Gratuity Act raises unions’ hackles

The Payment of Gratuity (Amendment) Act, 2010, which was passed by Parliament in its last session, has raised the hackles of various trade unions.

The Act has raised the maximum limit of gratuity payable to an employee from Rs 3.5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh. Then why are the trade unions angry? It is the date of implementation of the Act, which has annoyed workers engaged in the private sector, public sector undertakings and the banking sectors, among others.

The upper limit of the gratuity for government employees was raised to Rs 10 lakh with effect from January 1, 2006, when the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission came into effect.

Immediately after that various trade unions demanded that a similar provision should be made for the employees of the private sector and public sector undertakings.

Conceding the demand, the government introduced the Payment of Gratuity (Amendment) Bill in Parliament. While passing the Bill, Parliament said the Act would come into force on such date “as the Central Government may, by notification in the official gazette appoint.”

The Act received the assent of the President on May 17 last and the Union Ministry of Labour and Employment notified it on May 24, stating that the Act would become effective from that day.

The trade unions say the notification is discriminatory. While for the government employees the maximum limit of gratuity has been revised with effect from January 1, 2006, for those of the private sector and the public sector undertakings it would be from May 24. Thus, the employees of these sectors, who retired between January 1, 2006 and May 24, 2010, would be sufferers.

SR Khatri, general secretary of the State Bank of India Employees Organisation, said the government had yielded to the pressure of various organisations of private employers, who did not want to pay enhanced gratuity to their employees retiring before May 24. He said the trade unions would agitate against this discrimination.

TN Goel, president of the State Bank of Indian Officers Federation, said it was highly unfair to the employees of the public sector banks, whose pay was revised with effect from November 2007. The notification should have taken care of this fact.

State secretary of the Haryana CITU Surender Malik said the enhanced gratuity should be payable to all with effect from January 1, 2006. He also demanded that various retirement benefits should not be subject to income tax.

Source: Tribuneindia

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