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7th Pay Commission Fixation of Pay : Initial Appointment on or after 1.1.2016

7th Pay Commission Fixation of Pay : Initial Appointment on or after 1.1.2016

Fixation of Pay as per the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission : Initial Appointment on or after 1.1.2016 may be fixed as follows…

Proposal to increase the ceiling of Bonus – Minister replied in Parliament

Proposal to increase the ceiling of Bonus – Minister replied in Parliament

Changes under Bonus Act

Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, the Minister of State (IC) for Ministry Labour and Employment in reply to a question in Lok Sabha today stated that there is a proposal to increase the eligibility limit and calculation ceiling under the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965.

Enhancement of retirement age of PSU Bank Officers

Enhancement of retirement age of PSU Bank Officers

The CEO&MD and DMD of Industrial Finance Corporation of India Ltd. (IFCI Ltd.) were appointed with effect from 12.12.2013 for a period of three years. IFCI became a Government Company with effect from 07.04.2015. The Appointments Committee of Cabinet has approved the continuation of CEO&MD and DMD of IFCI Ltd. beyond their age of superannuation till the completion of their contract period i.e. upto 11.12.2016.

7th Pay Commission recommendations on Bonus Schemes

7th Pay Commission recommendations on Bonus Schemes

Bonus Schemes and Performance Related Pay

Bonus Schemes in the Central Government : Apart from DAE/DoS, there are bonus payments to Group `B’ (non-gazetted) and Group `C’ Central Government employees. The bulk of these employees are covered under the Productivity Linked Bonus (PLB) Scheme, which is implemented in Railways, Posts and Telecommunications, production units under the Ministry of Defence and other establishments

The system of Performance Linked Bonus (PLB) and Ad hoc Bonus have been prevalent in the Central Government for a fairly long time. Therefore, for the replacement of the existing bonus schemes with any other incentive scheme, prior consultation with the stakeholders was considered essential.

Assessment of INDWF of the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission

Assessment of INDWF of the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission

ASSESSMENT OF INDWF OF THE RECOMMENDATION OF 7TH CPC

Minimum Pay : Though the Commission claims to have adopted Dr. Aykroyd formula in calculating minimum wages, the rates of commodities based on which the recommendations of the commission is made is significantly deviating from the rates mentioned in the National Council of JCM proposal. The JCM proposal in this regard should be reiterated. A comparison between existing and proposed VII CPC minimum pay is given below. The retrograde nature of the commission’s recommendations in this regard can by understood by this table.

7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table Level 13, 13A and 14

7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table Level 13, 13A and 14

We have given the table for the level from 13, 13A and 14 of Pay Matrix Table recommended by the 7th Pay Commission.

The hierarchy stages are given as index 1 to 40(vertical line) and the levels are given as numbers from 13, 13A and 14 (Horizontal line). And the difference between the stages are also shown in the table for your ready reference.


Source: http://7thpaycommissionnews.in/7th-cpc-pay-matrix-table-level-13-13a-and-14/

7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table Level 10 to 12

7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table Level 10 to 12

We have given the table for the level from 10 to 12 of Pay Matrix Table recommended by the 7th Pay Commission.

The hierarchy stages are given as index 1 to 40(vertical line) and the levels are given as numbers from 10 to 12 (Horizontal line). And the difference between the stages are also shown in the table for your ready reference.


Source: http://7thpaycommissionnews.in/7th-cpc-pay-matrix-table-level-10-to-12/

7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table Level 6 to 9

7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table Level 6 to 9

We have given the table for the level from 6 to 9 of Pay Matrix Table recommended by the 7th Pay Commission.

The hierarchy stages are given as index from 1 to 40 (shown in vertical line) and the levels are given as numbers from 6 to 5 (Horizontal line). And the difference between the stages are also shown in the table for your ready reference.



7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table Level 1 to 5

7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table Level 1 to 5

We have given the table for the level from 1 to 5 of Pay Matrix Table recommended by the 7th Pay Commission.

The hierarchy stages are given as index 1 to 40(vertical line) and the levels are given as numbers from 1 to 5 (Horizontal line). And the difference between the stages are also shown in the table for your ready reference.



Pay Matrix Table for Defence Personnel

Pay Matrix Table for Defence Personnel

7th Central Pay Commission has recommended an important ready recokner unique table for Central Government employees and Defence Personnel and also for both the Pensioners.
Separate pay matrices for Civilian employees, Defence Forces personnel and those of the Military Nursing Service (MNS) have been prepared, cell by cell, after due diligence and deliberations. 
The structure, which essentially is the same for all segments, has been simplified so that each employee can find his or her place in the proposed matrix. All the employees belonging to various services will proceed according to their respective service conditions by earning increment on the basis of merit. 
Any disturbance of the matrix structure will have a serious repercussion on the inter se positioning of various levels in the hierarchy, all of which have been extensively deliberated upon, along with the service conditions of all the employees serving in Government of India. 
Therefore, the importance of not altering any portion of the three matrices cannot be emphasised enough, as doing so will disturb the parity of the services and create anomalous situations.








Pay Matrix Table for Central Government Employees

Pay Matrix Table for Central Government Employees

The 7th CPC designing a pay matrix which is simple, transparent, predictable and easily comprehensible. 
Level -1 To 5
Level -6 To 9
Level -10 To 12

Assessment of INDWF on 7th CPC Recommendations – Fitment, Annual Increment MACP and Cadre Revivew

Assessment of INDWF on 7th CPC Recommendations – Fitment, Annual Increment MACP and Cadre Revivew

Fitment : The fitment of the pay in the new pay structure is recommended at 2.57 times of the Basic Pay drawn, which has been arrived based on the Minimum Pay of VI CPC and the proposed Minimum Pay by VII CPC. The NC JCM proposal of Minimum Pay and Fitment ratio should be reiterated.

NJCA decides to go on indefinite strike from 1st Week of March 2016

NJCA decides to go on indefinite strike from 1st Week of March 2016

NJCA MEETING DECISION

INDEFINTE STRIKE FROM 1ST WEEK OF MARCH 2016

Meeting of the National Joint Council of Action (Railways, Defence and Confederation) was held on 08.12.2015 at JCM National Council Staff Side office, New Delhi. Detailed deliberations on 7th CPC related issues (including Gramind Dak Sewaks and Casual, Contract and daily-rated workers) was held and a Common charter of demands was finalised.

Reservation For Minorities

At present, there is no reservation in Civil Posts and Services under the Government of India and admission to Central Educational Institutions for Minority Communities declared by the Central Government under Section 2(c) of National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992.

However, Central Government carved out a sub quota of 4.5% for minorities, as defined under Section 2(c) of National Commission for Minorities Act, 1992 [viz. Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhist and Zoroastrians (Parsis)], from within the 27% reservation for OBCs in Civil Posts and Services under the Government of India and admission to Central Educational Institutions.

Minimum Government and Maximum Governance

Minimum Government and Maximum Governance

A citizen friendly and accountable administration is the focus of the government. A series of steps to achieve this goal have been initiated. These include simplification of procedures, identification and repeal of obsolete/archaic laws/rules, identification and shortening of various forms, leveraging technology to bring in transparency in public interface and a robust public grievance redress system.

Doing away with the practice of submitting Affidavits for small level executive jobs in the Government and allowing Self-Certification of certificates is one important step in this regard. This has greatly led to the reduction in time and effort on the part of both the citizen as well as the officials in many Government offices.

Tackling Corruption

Tackling Corruption

With a view to ensure timely disposal of disciplinary cases and to maintain a mechanism for probity among Government servants, the Department of Personnel & Training has recently issued instruction to all the Ministries and Departments vide Office Memorandum No. 29062/6/2015-AIS(I)(Pt.I) dated 30.9.2015, eliciting information in a standardized format in disciplinary cases for its monitoring.

The Department of Personnel & Training handles Prevention of Corruption Act / Disciplinary cases against officers of Indian Administrative Service, Under Secretary and above level officers of Central Secretariat Service, and Group A officers of CBI. As the Cadre Controlling Authority, the Department of Personnel & Training review disciplinary cases relating to these services on monthly basis.

Need reservation for more communities

Need reservation for more communities

Demand for Reservation in Service

The benefits of reservation to various communities included in the list of Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe or Other Backward Classes are available in Central Government services and posts, as per the instructions issued by Government, from time to time. Demands from various communities for inclusion of their community to avail the benefit of reservation are received by the Government from time to time.


One Rank One Pension to retired/serving personnel of CAPF

One Rank One Pension to retired/serving personnel of CAPF

One Rank One Pension

As per report received from the Central Pension Accounting Office (CPAO), Ministry of Finance, total number of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and Assam Rifles (AR) pensioners are 3,28,010 and the pension expenditure as disbursed by Banks for the period 01/04/2014 to 31/03/2015 is Rs.4317.38 crore.

The posted strength of CAPFs and AR as on 01/11/2015 is 8,94,616 (AR-67,018, BSF-2,48,799, CRPF-2,89,182, CISF-1,29,468, ITBP-81,747 & SSB-78,402).

MACP scheme for Defence Service personnel – No marked change in 7th CPC Report

MACP scheme for Defence Service personnel – No marked change in 7th CPC Report

Assured Career Progression

The Services have sought four financial upgradations under MACP scheme at 6, 12, 18 and 24 years of service or on completion of six years of continuous service in same Grade Pay. It has been stated that 60 percent of the soldiers (i.e., Sepoys and Naiks) are deprived of the third financial upgradation on account of an early retirement.


Group X Pay for JCOs/ORs – 7th CPC Recommendations

Group X Pay for JCOs/ORs – 7th CPC Recommendations

The 7th Pay Commission has recommended in its report regarding the Group X Pay for JCOs / ORs in Group X at Rs.6,200 per month for all X trades which involve obtaining a qualification which is equivalent of a diploma recognised by AICTE.

Group ‘X’ pay for JCOs/ORs and equivalent has been sought to be enhanced by four times from the existing rate of Rs.1,400 per month. In the context of change in nature of warfare the requirement of a higher technological threshold has been emphasised by the Services. In Defence services, there two groups ‘X’ and ‘Y’ in the three services, by way of the entry level qulaification thershold and the training imparted.

7th CPC recommendations are far beneficial is beyond doubt – Bharat Kumar

7th CPC recommendations are far beneficial is beyond doubt – BHARATH KUMAR

The author of the article Shri. M.Dorai mentions about 32% increase granted as fitment benefit on pay and grade pay excluding D.A. since the VI CPC had granted 40% fitment benefit on basic only excluding D.A.

It appears some readers do not understand what 225% stands for. 225% is the actual pay plus grade pay and D.A. as on 1/1/2016 which we actually will be drawing under 6th CPC pay pattern. Out of 225%, 100% denotes Basic+ Grade Pay, the additional 125% stands for D.A. as on 1/1/2016(present D.A. as on 1/7/2015 is 119% + 6% as on 1/1/2016=125%), totalling to 225%. +32 (32% fitment on pay+Grade pay) = 257(2.57 factor).



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