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Thursday, January 06, 2011

Common Seniority List (CSL) in the grade of LDC of CSCS for the select list years 1994 & 1995-reg.

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No.20/87/2010-CS-II
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel,Public Grievances &Pensions
Department of Personnel &Training


Lok Nayak Bhavan,New Delhi-3
Dated,the 5th January 2011


OFFICE MEMORANDUM



Subject: - Finalization of Common Seniority List(CSL)in the grade of LDC of CSCS for the select list years 1994 &1995-reg.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department's O.M of even number dated 4th November, 2010 circulating thereby the draft Common Seniority List in respect of LDCs for the years 1994 & 1995. All the cadre units of CSCS were requested to bring to the notice of this department the factual inaccuracies/deficiencies, in the common seniority list of LDCs for the select list year 1994 &1995. A large number of communications were received which were examined in this department.

2 It is noted that most of the representations related to corrections regarding names and date of birth of LDCs and the same carried out in the list. On the basis of the information received from cadre units and individuals and also re-verifying seniority lists of the cadre units,necessary corrections have been made in the common seniority lists. The senioriry in respect of departmental examination candidates for the years 1994 & 1995 have been fixed in accordance with this department's O.M No. 3/4/95-CS II dated 11th June 1997. Accordingly the Common Seniority List of LDCs for the select lists years 1994 & 1995 have been finalized and may be seen on the website of this department i.e

www.http://persmin.nic.in
Central Services Wing
CS Division
Central Secretariat Clerical Service
Common Seniority List


3 The cadre units are requested to invariably mention CSL number in future correspondence relating to the seniority lists of LDCs for the select list years 1994 & 1995.



(J Minz)
Under Secretary to the Govt of India



Click here to view the Common Seniority of LDCS Select List Year 1994 & 1995

Mamata’s New Year Bonanza for Railways’ Lowest Grade Pay Employees

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Mamata’s New Year Bonanza for Railways’ Lowest Grade Pay Employees

The Minister of Railways, Mamata Banerjee has extended, for the first time, the facility of 3AC travel with family once in a year for the lowest grade pay employees of Indian Railways. These are the employees like Gangman, Khalasi etc. who work day and night to provide train services to our customers throughout the year in the most difficult situations. They will now have facility to travel once in a year with family in 3AC class on Indian Railways.

Mamata Banerjee provided this as a new year bonanza for all Railway employees based on new pay structure under 6th Central Pay Commission already implemented by the Government of India. This move of the Railway will lead to tremendous motivation to all levels of employees particularly those working in lower grades. Railwaymen in lower grade pay (Group ‘D’) were earlier not entitled to travel in AC classes.

This step bridges the gap and has been felicitated by all employees and federations. Revised entitlement of travel on railway passes has also extended AC 2-tier facilities to all Junior Engineers and their equivalent supervisors working in Grade Pay of Rs.4200/-. This new criteria of entitlement has also simultaneously simplified the existing rules for entitlement with only Grade Pay as the sole criterion as against multiple variables like scale of pay, pay and date of appointment which were prevailing earlier.

Source: PIB



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