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Clarification on MACP Scheme – Employees joining in Grade Pay of Rs.4600 on direct recruitment

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Clarification on MACP Scheme – Employees joining in Grade Pay of Rs.4600 on direct recruitment

G.I., Ministry of Railways, Railway Board Letter No.PC-V.2010/MACP/7ECR, dated 4.9.2014

Subject: Grant of financial upgradation under MACP Scheme – Clarification reg.

Ref: ECR’s letter No.E/205(A)/O/ECR/HJP, dated 11.07.2014

In context of E.C.Railway’s letter under reference, it is stated that the matter has been examined and it is clarified that:-

(a) The employees joining a post in Grade Pay of Rs.4600, on direct recruitment basis may be considered for grant of financial upgradation in Grade Pay of Rs.4800, Rs.5400 of PB-2 and Rs.5400 of PB-3, provided that no two successive grades i.e., feeder and promotional are in the same Grade Pay.


(b) Similarly, the employees joining a post in Grade Pay of Rs.4200, on direct recruitment basis may be considered for grant of financial upgradation in Grade Pay of Rs.4600, Rs.4800 and Rs.5400 of PB-2, provided that no two successive grades i.e., feeder and promotional are in the same Grade Pay.

(c) Accordingly, the employees joining a post in Grade Pay of Rs.2800, on direct recruitment basis may be considered for grant of financial upgradation in Grade Pay of Rs.4200, Rs.4600 and Rs.4800 of PB-2, provided that no two successive grades i.e., feeder and promotional are in the same Grade Pay.

2. Further, the grant of financial upgradation under MACP Scheme is subject to fulfilment of terms and conditions contained in Board’s letter dt. 10.06.2009 (RBE No.101/2009) and clarifications issued in context thereof and the same may please be ensured while considering cases for financial upgradation under MACP Scheme.


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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sir, Only for Railways not for other central govt organisation. If any DOPT order is posted please mail me at gowara61@gmail.com.

Gowthaman chennai.

srinivas raghupatro said...

Regarding MACP it is said that those qualifiying LDCE are not elligible if they got two promotions earlier stage LDCE qualifying are treated as departmental and are denied the beneifit of MACP Please clarify and mail me at sreenee_paat@yahoo.co.in

Mohinderjitkaur said...

It will be injustice for them not giving macp to them. MAcp should be for all

Anonymous said...

This is on the issue of MACP for administrative posts.

The MACP system should be changed into Promotional Basis instead of just increase in grade pay. The seniors who have already put more than 10, 20, 30 years, they are still in the same designation getting only minimum increase in the grade pay and retire without getting promotion to the next higher position.

If 7th CPC and the government agrees for change of MACP system into promotional basis, its effective date, Commission’s / Government’s FOREMOST DUTY IS TO PROTECT THE SENIORS FIRST. THAT MEANS, THE SENIORS SHOULD BE GIVEN PROMOTION FIRST, THEN ONLY THE JUNIORS SHOULD GET PROMOTION. OTHERWISE, JUNIORS WILL GET PROMOTION TO THE NEXT HIGHER POST FROM THE DATE OF EFFECT OF MACP IN 7TH CPC AND THE SENIORS WILL BE IN THE SAME OLD DESIGNATION. Already the seniors are not benefitted in 6th cpc, atleast they should be benefitted by getting promotion BEFORE THE JUNIORS GET.

THIS HAS TO BE TAKEN CARE BY THE 7TH CPC AND THE GOVERNMENT.



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