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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Non-charging of annual increment in case of prolonged sickness followed by sad demise of the Railway employees - AIRF

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Non-charging of annual increment in case of prolonged sickness followed by sad demise of the Railway employees - AIRF

All India Railwaymen's Federation
4,State Entry Road, New Delhi - 110055

No.AIRF/405(VI CPC) 
Dated: March 15, 2014
The Secretary(E), 
Railway Board, 
New Delhi 

Dear Sir, 
Sub: Non-charging of annual increment in case of prolonged sickness followed by sad demise of the Railway employees 

 As per provision under para 606(ii)(a), Chapter VI of the IREM Vol. I, the annual increment of the Railway employee is charged from the due date, i.e. presently from 1st July, only, when the employee resumes duty in case he/she is on leave or on sick list prior to that day. 

It has been brought to the notice of AIRF that there are certain cases wherein the employee, due to prolonged sickness, followed by sad demise, could not resume duty on or after 1st July, i.e. due date of increment, and subsequently expired. Non-resumption of duty in such cases was beyond his/her own control because of serious ailment for which he/she was unable to resume duty and subsequently expired. In compliance of the above provision of the IREM, no annual increment from 1st July, i.e. due date, is charged in such cases and there is substantial cumulative loss at the time of settlement of such deceased employees. 

Why 9:1 Ratio between maximum & minimum Salary/Pension being demanded by ‘BPS’

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Why 9:1 Ratio between maximum & minimum Salary/Pension being demanded by ‘BHARAT PENSIONERS SAMAJ’

Ironically in India where the poor are struggling to breath with just Rs  27.2 a day in rural areas and 33.3 in cities.  The net worth of the billionaire community increased 12-fold in 15 years, enough to eliminate absolute poverty in this country twice over. In a telling comment, the International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde warned that income inequality is increasing dangerously.

Inequality is a sociological construct. Larger income/wealth Inequality breeds discontent, inefficiency, corruption & finally the revolt which is now creeping up   in the shape of Maoism & Naxalism. India can ignore this only at its own peril. What is worrying is that the monthly per capita consumption expenditure of the top 5% of the rural population is nearly nine times that of the bottom 5%. Where as In cities and towns, the average consumption by the top 5% of the population has gone up dangerously to 14.7 times that of the bottom 5%.(latest report of the National Sample Survey Organisation on people’s spending patterns).

Dopt Orders regarding Amendment of Recruitment Rules/Service Rules

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Dopt Orders : Amendment of Recruitment Rules/Service Rules -regarding. 

No.AB.14017/61/2008-Estt. (RR) 
Government of India 
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions 
Department of Personnel and Training
New Delhi 

Dated :the March 25, 2014 

OFFICE MEMORANDUM 

Subject: Amendment of Recruitment Rules/Service Rules -regarding. 

The UPSC has undertaken an analysis with respect to the Ministries/Departments from whom RR proposals have either rarely been received or not received at all in the Commission during the last three years. From the aforesaid analysis the following conclusions have been drawn by UPSC: 

i) There are cases where the Ministries were granted approval by the Commission for filling up the post as a one-time measure, pending finalization of recruitment rules. However, the Ministries have not framed the recruitment rules of such posts as a follow up to the same. 

Non-Functional upgradation for Officers of Organized Group 'A' Services in PB-3 and PB-4.

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Dopt Orders - Non-Functional upgradation for Officers of Organized Group 'A' Services in PB-3 and PB-4. 

No. AB.14017/30/2011-Estt.(RR) 
Government of India 
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions 
Department of Personnel and Training 

New Delhi, the 25th March, 2014 
OFFICE MEMORANDUM 

Subject:- Non-Functional upgradation for Officers of Organized Group 'A' Services in PB-3 and PB-4. 

A reference is invited to this Department OM No._AB.14017/64/2008-Estt.(RR) dated 24.04.09 on the above subject. The details of batch of the officers belonging to the Indian Administrative Service who have been posted at the Centre in the various grades of PB-3, PB-4 and HAG was last circulated in this Department OM of even No. dated 24.07.2013. 

FINANCE MINISTRY DA ORDER JAN 2014 -WHEN IT WILL COME-DA ARREARS CALCULATOR

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FINANCE MINISTRY DA ORDER JAN 2014 -WHEN IT WILL COME-DA ARREARS CALCULATOR

FINANCE MINISTRY DA ORDER JAN 2014 -WHEN IT WILL COME

No one can deny the fact that DA is a very important allowance as of now. This applies to both state and central government employees. On the 28th of February 2014, 10 % DA increase was approved by the cabinet and then the announcement about the same came out. In the past, mostly, this announcement and the Finance Ministry order have come out in the month of March. Hardly, has this ever changed so far. So the finance ministry order on DA is expected to come soon.

EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FROM JULY 2014 FOR CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES

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EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FROM JULY 2014

This is the first thing that all Central and State Government employees alike would eagerly like to know!

We are the first to calculate and write about ‘Expected DA’. We have been meticulously doing this task for the past five years. Without fail, we publish all the relevant information pertaining to DA, which is given twice every year (January 1, and July 1). It is our practice to calculate these numbers on the basis of certain indicators. 



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