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7th CPC Report needs changes - Karnatakacoc

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7th CPC Report needs changes - Karnatakacoc

7th CPC Report needs changes

Comrades,
The 7th CPC has submitted its report to the Government of India and the expectations of the employees of the Central Government are not in lines of the recommendations of the 7th CPC at many places the existing allowances have been decreased or abolished totally.  The rate of HRA is also reduced to 24% , 16 and 9%.  

The main demands of the employees are not considered which include five promotions scheme. Only positive in these reports are parity in pension, retention of DA formula and removal of grade pay system.  The same amount of transport allowance and tour TA/DA is existing; here also there is no change. 

The major disparity is in the case of minimum wage and fitment formula here the 7th CPC has erred in its calculations and adoption of  Dr. Aykroyd formula and 15th ILO norms instead of fixing minimum wage at Rs 23,000/ it has fixed at Rs 18,000/-, There by the fitment formula instead of 3.25 is at 2.57 thereby the wage hike should have been by 30% , now its is only 14.27 %.

The prices from Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers maintained by Labour Bureau, Shimla is taken instead of Directorate of Economics &  Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture  here the prices are much higher than the  Labour Bureau, Shimla. The 6th CPC has taken average of retail prices and the Government prices, This methodology has also not been adopted.   

Secondly the 6th CPC had aslo adopted  Dr. Aykroyd formula and 15th ILO norms the 7th CPC has modified that formula this has also resulted in wrong fixation of the minimum wage.

The 6th CPC minimum wage fixation is given below.

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2 comments:

  1. My current GP is 1900 and TA 1600+DA(1904) = 3504. but as per 7th CPC recommendation the new TA stands at 1350+DA(0)=1350. Please rectify the anomaly before government notification. A large amount of employee will face the same problem.

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  2. Whether anomalies out of 6th cpc are resolved in 7th cpc and those retired on June 30th after completing 12 months service and who have lost their increment has been resolved or not?

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