Saturday, February 06, 2016

Another chance to demand for modifications on department specific recommendations of 7th CPC - Confederation

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Memorandum to 7th CPC Implementation Cell : Another chance to demand for modifications on department specific recommendations of 7th CPC

Confederation News regarding the minutes of the meeting of Implementation cell held on 2.2.2016. The Secretary General of Confederation said, “this is the only stage when the Unions/Associations/Federations in each department shall get an opportunity to present their demand for modifications on department – specific recommendations of the 7th CPC. If we fail to Intervene effectively at this state, we may not get another chance to present our case before the Government”.

The detaild report is given below for your information…

MOST IMPORTANT

TO ALL AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS OF CONFEDERATION

Please read the following minutes of the Implementation cell of the Finance Ministry which is acting as the Secretariate of the Empowered Committee constituted by the Government under the Chairmanship of Cabinet Secretary for processing of 7th CPC recommendations for submission to the cabinet for approval. Please ensure (1) that your department has nominated a nodal officer and try to interact with him (2) that your organization has submitted a memorandum or letter to your departmental head seeking modifications to the department-specific recommendations of the 7th CPC (3) that your departmental head held consultations with your organization on the department specific modifications submitted by you, before finalizing the proposals for submission to the Implementation cell (4) that proposal as per the demand of your organsiation for modifying the proposal of 7th CPC is submitted to the Implementation cell within two weeks (i.e before 16.02.2016) by your department.

Please note that this is the only stage when the Unions/Associations/Federations in each department shall get an opportunity to present their demand for modifications on department – specific recommendations of the 7th CPC. If we fail to Intervene effectively at this state, we may not get another chance to present our case before the Government.

Regarding common demands JCM (NC) Staff side had already submitted its memorandum to Cabinet Secretary and two stages agitational programmes are organised and is preparing for indefinite strike. Regarding Department-specific issues Confederation National Secretariat held last month had given a clear direction to all affiliated organizations to organize departmental level agitational programmes by each organsations (if possible jointly with other organizations in that department) on department- specific modifications submitted to each Departmental head. Unless we build up pressure by organizing struggle the departmental heads may not consider our demand for modification seriously and may not even submit any proposal for modifications to the Implementation cell.

Please note the following decisions of the Implementation cell.
(1) Nodal officers to take net of any representation or demand of the staff side Association under the administrative purview of their Department. Nodal officers to ascertain the views/comments of the concerned office in the light of the representation/demands raised by the staff Association.
(2) In case, there is any need for consultation with the staff Association at the level of the Department, the same may be done as per the assessment of the Department.
(3) In case, the Department is of the view that any recommendation which are specifically related to their Department, need any modification, adequate justification in clear-cut terms should be brought out while sending the comments to the implementation cell
(4) In case of any modification, the extra financial implication (per annum) over the recommendations of the commission should be clearly indicated.
(5) If any modification is suggested approval of the Minster (of the concerned department should be obtained.

All the above formalities are to be completed within two weeks and proposal should be submitted to the implementation cell within two weeks i.e., before 16.02.2016.

(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General
Confederation


Source: Confederation

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

sir pls consider pay fixation problems , for example my basic pay 12320 ( including gp 2400) my my new basic pay is 32300. commission upgraded graded 2800 grade pay ,in fitments my pay will be 31900. it meens by upgradation i lose 400 rupees basic pay. And the upgradation is only helping new commers. a separate formula needed for that

Lakshmanrao seshagiri said...

Certain organisations have the facilities to avail the help of !!! Aadalat Cell!!! to make sure that recurring losses do not become a concern in the next ten years.This facility is exclusively relevant to Pensioners/Family Pensioners...<02>In the matters relating to New Pay due,concerned organisations can always approach the !!! Appointing Authorities!!! even after issue of implementation orders.<03>To go against judicial compilation vide Part II of the report,fruitful results may not be possible even at distant dates...

gowthaman said...

Sir, in BCGVL chennai there is no RR as per 6th CPC so the Grade pay fixation is worried, so how they can fix the basic of 7th pay, the dept creating more vacancy in clerical grade, but still no RR, I am graduate working from 1992 onwards my basic is 9500 Gp Rs 2000 no ACP in 2004 no increment in 2006 b'coz my basic stagnated in 2005, when there is ACP / MACP how the stagnation occurs the ADMN is working such a way to harass the employee so please 7th pay must indicate the Qualification and experience for the new Basic.



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