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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Confederation publishes the detailed explanatory note on 15 Point Charter of Demands…

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Confederation publishes the detailed explanatory note on 15 Point Charter of Demands…

Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers Publishes the detailed explanatory note on 15 Point Charter of Demands…

EXPLANATORY NOTE ON DEMANDS

Item No. 1. Revision of wage with effect from. 1.,01..2011.
The present wage structure of the Central Govt. Employees has been made on the basis of the 6th Central Pay Commission’s recommendations.  The 6th CPC introduced a new concept in the form of Pay band and Grade Pay.  The recommendations of the Commission were implemented with effect from 1.1.2006 in the case of Pay and in the case of allowances with effect from 1.9. 2008.  In the case of Central Public Sector undertakings, the wage revisions normally takes place after every five years.  The 5th CPC in the case of Central Government employees recommended wage revision in every 10 years.  In the past wage revision has been linked to the extent of erosion of real wages.  The degree of inflation in the economy determines the pace of erosion of the real value of wages.  The retail prices of those commodities which go into the making of minimum wages have risen by about 160% from 1.1.2006 to 1.1. 2011, whereas the D.A. compensation in the case of Central Government employees on that date had been just 51%.  It is also an acknowledged fact that the 6th CPC had computed the minimum wage by suppressing the retail price of these commodities in the market on the specious plea that official statistics of the retail prices of these commodities were not available.  They therefore, computed the retail price by increasing the wholesale price by 20% for each of the commodity whereas the actual retail price in the market was 60% more than the wholesale price.  While in the case of Group B,C & D employees, the Commission applied a multiplication factor of 1.86 for arriving at the revised pay structure, in the case of Group A Officers, the factor was ranging from 2.36 to 3 times. In the matter of fitment formula also, unlike recommended by the 5th CPC, the 6th CPC adopted varying percentages whereby the officers in Group A were given rise extending from 42 to 49%, whereas the employees in Group B,C,D were granted only 40%. While implementing the Commission’s recommendations, the Government further accentuated the discrimination further. The recommendations of the 6th CPC when implemented gave rise to very many glaring anomalies. They were assured to be looked into and settled through negotiations in the JCM. The effectiveness of JCM as a potent forum to settle issues has been eroded over the years. Thus, though the National Anomaly Committee met 4-5 times, it could not settle any major issues.

PFRDA Bill, 2011 - Likely to take in this session of Parliament...

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Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
20-November-2012 18:38 IST

Shri Kamal Nath addresses a Press Conference on Winter Session of Parliament Commencing on 22nd November 2012

The Winter Session, 2012 of Parliament (12th Session of Fifteenth Lok Sabha and the 227th Session of the Rajya Sabha) is scheduled to commence on Thursday, the 22nd of November, 2012 and subject to exigencies of Government Business, the Session will conclude on Thursday, the 20th of December, 2012.  The Session will provide 20 sittings spread over a period of 29 days.

Commencement of 12th Session of the Fifteenth Lok Sabha and 227th Session of Rajya Sabha

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Commencement of 12th Session of the Fifteenth Lok Sabha and 227th Session of Rajya Sabha

The 12th Session of the Fifteenth Lok Sabha and 227th Session of Rajya Sabha will commence on Thursday 22nd November, 2012. According to the calendar of sittings issued by the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha Secretariat, both the Houses of Parliament will continue upto Thursday, the 20th December, 2012. 

Accordingly, in order to ensure correct and timely submission of information/draft reply to the Parliament Questions, officers and officials of all ministries are advised will leave the office or avail leave without information/prior approval of the Head of Office.

Source: CGEN.in
[http://centralgovernmentemployeesnews.in/2012/11/commencement-of-12th-session-of-the-fifteenth-lok-sabha-and-227th-session-of-rajya-sabha/]

CGDA Orders : Clarification regarding availing of Restricted Holiday

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CGDA Orders : Clarification regarding availing of Restricted Holiday

An important order issued by the Department of CGDA regarding mid-fix of Restricted Holiday between Casual Leave and Regular Leave. 

Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt-110010

No. AN/XIV/19404/Leave Matters/Vol-II 
Dated: 19/11/2012
To
All PCsDA/CsDA/IFAs
PCof A(Fys) Kolkata
(through CGDA Mail server)

Subject: Clarification regarding availing of Restricted Holiday.

A doubt has been raised by one of the Controller’s office regarding mid-fix of RH between Casual leave and regular leave. The matter has been examined with reference to provisions laid down under GoI’s decision No.2 read with Rule 22 and Rule 11 of CCS Leave Rules and it is clarified that :-


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