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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Vacancies in CVC

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Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

Vacancies in CVC

As on date, there are 296 sanctioned posts in the Central Vigilance Commission. Of these, 43 posts are vacant. These include 9 Group ‘A’, 15 Group ‘B’ and 19 Group ‘C’ posts. The occurrence of these vacancies range from the period 2010 to 2012.

The reasons for posts remaining vacant include non-availability/non-joining of officers under the Central Staffing Scheme, lack of response to the posts to be filled up on deputation and non-joining of candidates nominated by the Staff Selection Commission etc.

The posts in the Central Vigilance Commission are filled either under the Central Staffing Scheme or under the Recruitment Rules prescribed for the posts. The reasons cited above are normal exigencies and effort on continuous basis is made to fill up these vacancies.

How to calculate annual or promotional increment for Central Government employees as per 6th CPC..?

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How to calculate annual or promotional increment for Central Government employees as per 6th CPC..?

The logic is very simple, but everyone should know about the procedure of calculation.

We explain with some illustrations...
The increment is an increase in pay for each year in a particular date. As per 6th CPC the annual increment has been granted on 1st July of every year and the qualifying period for earning an increment is six months on 1st July. One increment is equal to 3% (three per cent)  of the sum of the pay in the pay band and the grade pay will be computed and rounded off to the next multiple of ten. 

"As per the Rule No.13 of CCS(Revised Pay) Rules 2008, “In the case of calculation of increments under the revised pay structure, paise should be ignored, but any amount of a rupee or more should be rounded off to next multiple of 10". 

To illustrate, if the amount of increment comes to Rs.1900.70 paise, then the amount will be rounded off to Rs.1900; if the amount of increment works out to be Rs.1901, then it will be rounded off to Rs.1910.”

And finally the increment amount will be added to the existing pay in the pay band.

For example :



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