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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Agenda items for next meeting of the JCM National Council

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Agenda items for next meeting of the JCM National Council

Agenda for next meeting of the JCM National Council has been finalized on 27.08.2013 in consultation with DOP&T. Twelve demands raised by Confederation in the charter of demands are included. (including GDS employees demand). The charter of demands are given below...

Charter of Demands

1. Revised the wages of the Central Government employees including Gramin Dak Sewaks with effect from 1.1.2011 and every five years thereafter by setting up the 7th CPC.

2. Merge DA with pay for all purposes with effect from, 1.1.2011 including for Gramin Dak Sewaks.

3. Remove restriction imposed on Compassionate appointment and the discrimination on such appointments between the Railway workers and other Central Govt. employees.

4. (a) Departmentalise all Grameen Dak Sewaks and grant them all benefits of regular employees; End Bonus discrimination and enhance bonus ceiling to 3500/-; withdraw open market recruitment in Postman / MTS cadre; Revise cash handling norms; Grant full protection of TRCA; Grant Bound Promotion and Medical Reimbursement facility etc.,

(b) Regularise the daily rated, contingent, casual workers and introduce a permanent scheme for periodical regularization. Pending regularization, provide them with pro-rata salary at 6th CPC rates.

5 (a) Revive the functioning of the JCM. Convene the meeting of the Departmental Councils in all Ministries/Departments. Settle the anomalies raised in the National Anomaly Committee as also in the Departmental Anomaly Committees. Hold National Council meetings as specified in the JCM constitution. 

(b) Remove the anomalies in the MAC P Scheme. (c) Grant recognition to all Associations/Federations, which have compiled with the formalities and conditions stipulated in the CCS(RSA) Rules.

6. Fill up all vacant posts and creates posts in functional requirements.

7. Stop downsizing outsourcing, contractorization, corporatization and privatisation of Government functions.

8. (a) Stop the proposal to introduce the productivity lined wage system; (b) discard the performance related pay structure; (c) Introduce PLB in all Departments; (d) Remove the ceiling on emoluments for bonus computation.

9. Revise the OTA, Night duty allowance and clothing rates.

10. Implement all arbitration awards;

11. Grant Five promotions to all employees as is provided for in the case of Group A services.

12. (a) Withdraw the PFRDA Bill. (b) Rescind the decision to allow FDI in pension sector; (c) Scrap the new contributory pension scheme; (d) Extend the existing statutory defined pension scheme to all Central Govt. employees irrespective of their date of entry in Government service.

Source: www.confederationhq.blogspot.in

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sir, very good Agenda, but the govt not interested to help the employees, the Qualification must be Respected for promotion as well as for Grade Pay, Worst order of MACP just Rs 100/. for ten years,
Dear Comrades, please try to get GOOD WAGES for central Govt employees.

Gowthaman - Chennai..

Anonymous said...

Sir
one central gogt employee retires on 30th june he is deprived of getting an increment although he works for complte one year because he wiil not be in service on 1st july. for which a good number of employees are deprived of getting increment and consequently losing pensionary benefit. This issue may kindky be taken up

K.P.SINGH Dehradun said...

DOPT, Govt. of India should issue clear orders for financial upgradation under MACP Scheme" IN PROMOTIONAL HIERARCHY" to avoid further court cases in this matter by keeping in view the judgements of different hon'ble courts namely CAT Chandigarh,Punjab&Haryana High Court& the Apex court. Our Central GOVT. Library Association,Dehradun has written letters to DOPT,JCM members & other concerned persons. K.P.SINGH President, CGLA, Dehradun



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