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7th Pay Commission Recommendations – Meeting with CSS/CSSS/CSCS Associations – DoPT Orders

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7th Pay Commission Recommendations – Meeting with CSS/CSSS/CSCS Associations – DoPT Orders

Recommendations of 7th Pay Commission – meeting with CSS/CSSS/CSCS Associations – DoPT Order

No.21/19/2014-CS.I(P)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training.
CS.I Division
2nd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan,
Khan Market, New Delhi-110003
Dated the 3rd December 2015

Meeting Notice

Subject: Recommendations of 7th Pay Commission – meeting with CSS/CSSS/CSCS Associations


The undersigned is directed to say that Smt. Archana Varma, Joint Secretary in the Department of Personnel & Training will chair a meeting on 7th December 2015 in Room No. 190, North Block from 3 to 5 PM. The meeting has been scheduled to elicit the views of the various service associations representing CSS, CSSS and CSCS officers on the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission relating to these personnel.

2. The service associations representing CSS, CSSS and CSCS officers may depute their representatives to the meeting.

(V. Srinivasaragavan) 
Under Secretary to the Government of India

Source: www.persmin.gov.in

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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

We should ask the Govt for atleast 25% basic pay hike insted of the proposed 15%
reinstitate all the advances and allowances including personal pay

Increase in number of CL for 6day weakend employees.

I beleive in the ability of our leaders.

Harshad Mandani said...

Hopeless and Time consuming

Rashmi said...

Increase of weekly off should be proposed like bank employees for six days working staff.

Anonymous said...

WHY THERE IS NO RETIREMENT AGE FOR PARLIAMENTARIANS ?

Anonymous said...

Pay commission is enemy of LDC and UDC. They are totally ignoring them. All people require fast, quality and corrupt free office in India but totally ignoring the well being of LDC and UDC, it will never be possible. Hence, the Pay commission must think, consider and give respectable salary by acknowledging the hard work done by LDC in subordinate offices of the country.

PRAVEEN KUMAR said...

The 6th Pay Commission kept the LDCs/UDCs in dark by fixing less Grade Pay as well as stopping MACP on promotional hierarchy.

The 7th Pay Commission has completely pulled down the LDCs/UDCs by fixing the immediate next level of Pay Matrix either Promotion/MACP.

LDCs are not treated as MTS because of 100.00 in Grade Pay, else they are equivalent to MTS.

Kindly see the work pressure of the suffering LDCs/UDCs who are the backbones of any organization and please give minimum justice to them.

Anonymous said...

For a corrupt free, fast, prompt and efficient office, the salary of LDC and UDC must be given due importance so that they can also survive in the present day expensive world. But the successive Pay Commissions declining the salary of LDC and UDC of the subordinate offices of the country. LDC and UDC are also doing responsible works and service to the Nation.

Srihari Dasari said...

BJP Govt does not want to form Govt after 2019 elections. Let them go unilateral and do against to the Central Govt. employees. We have never see such a worst Pay Commission recommendations.

aunigup said...

Taking the present AICPN and other fiscal the price hike should be 40% of the present to increase buying power of government servants.

suresh kumar Awasthi said...

These recommendations are not acceptable at all let them take another two years as happned earlier

Brijendra Singh Sodhi said...

B S SODHI, SUPERINTENDENT,DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
7TH PAY COMMISSION REPORT IS NOTHING BUT JUGGLERY OF FIGURES. IF YOU ONLY MERGE 100% DA IN YOUR BASIC AND THEN CALCULATE ON THE BASIS OF EXISTING ALLOWANCES, THEN ALSO THE PAY COMES MORE THAN AS PROPOSED IN 7TH PAY COMMISSION. HRA SHOULD BE KEPT AT OLD RATES, THEN ONLY WE WILL HAVE SOME HIKE.

Surya Narayana Reddy said...

The 7 th CPC pay matrix appears to be false and non sense. I can give an example where it is clear illogical. A employee in the level 10 after 34 yearly increments get around 148600 as basic pay. The same officer by getting 3 promotions reaches to level 13, as per present basic pay multiplied by 2.57 formula he will get basic pay fixed at only 1,41,600. This clears indicates that by getting 3 promotions in your 34 years of service will get less basic pay as per 7 th CPC than the same officer if the officer not accepted his promotions. How far it is justified.

Rashmi said...

In fact there is no eligibilities and qualification required for parliamentarians also ;)



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