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Brief of the NJCA meeting held on 19.02.2016 with the Convener, Implementation Cell - NC JCM SS Secretary

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Brief of the NJCA meeting held on 19.02.2016 with the Convener, Implementation Cell, Ministry of Finance


NJCA
NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION,
4, STATE ENTRY ROAD, NEW DELHI-110055
No.NJCA/2016
Dated: 19.02.2016
Dear Comrades,

Sub: Brief of the NJCA meeting held on 19.02.2016 with the Convener, Implementation Cell, Ministry of Finance (Government of India), reg. 7th CPC recommendations and Charter of Demands of the NJCA

A meeting of the NJCA held today with the Convener, Implementation Cell, Ministry of Finance, Shri R.K. Chaturvedi, wherein we discussed and emphasized on all the 26-point Charter of Demands of the NJCA send to the Cabinet Secretary on 10.12.2015. 

We agitated the issues of NPS, Minimum Wage, Multiplying Factor, deduction of HRA and all other important issues.

The Convener, Implementation Cell, Shri Chaturvedi, after hearing everybody, said that, he would put-up the issues to the Cabinet Secretary, and hopefully a meeting of the JCA would be held with the Cabinet Secretary and the Empowered Committee shortly within 15 days.

Let us not leave any stone unturned for preparations of the strike.

With Best Wishes!
   
Convener
Shiva Gopal Mishra

Authority: http://ncjcmstaffside.com/
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2 comments:

  1. The 7 th pay commission report has been made by the committee without humanity and welfare of cg employees they want to kill the interest and dedication of the cg employees///

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  2. To : The General Secretary
    AIDEF
    PROMOTION TO STAFF CAR DRIVERS
    Staff Car Drivers, earlier there was three grade structure such as Grade II ,Grade I & Selection grade, which was in favour to CMDs. Second promotion as selection grade. 35% were getting the pay scale of Rs. 1320-2040 which was equivalent to Rs. 5000-8000 in the 5th pay commission comparing to the pay scale of MCM.
    Now only 5% are getting the promotion as CMD Special Grade at the time of retirement on completion of 35 to 37 years of service, due to the introduction four grade structure i.e. Ordinary grade, Grade II ,Grade I & Special grade in the grade ratio system of 30:30:35:5 respectively.
    However, the 95% of CMD Gde I are retiring from service without getting their eligible promotion as CMD Special Gde after 15 to 18 years of service in the same grade of CMD Gde I
    The four grade structure promotion has been introduced wef 1993 instead of three grade structure with the grade ratio system of 30:30:35:5, which was very adversely affected promotion of Civilian Motor Drivers (Staff Car Drivers)with comparison to all other group C categories. It is not understood why, ACP scheme was not granted to Civilian Motor Drivers, the only category exempted, which is an extreme injustice to the driver category. ACP Scheme was better than the promotional scheme granted to the drivers with effect from 1993.

    Therefore, the grade ratio has to be revised to 40% instead of 5% and the implementation of three grade structure in case of Civilian Motor Drivers (Staff Car Drivers) also by merging the CMD Gde I and Special Gde into one grade is very essential in the ratio of 30:30:40.
    Or
    TIME BOUND PROMOTION may granted as per G of I, M of D, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and pensions(DOPT) letter No. 220036/1/92-Esst(D) dated 27/07/1995 and those who are completing 3 years in the grade of CMD grade I may granted promotion as CMD Special Grade forthwith .
    2. It is also noticed from the seniority list of CMDs 2016-17 ratio of 30:30:35:05 Ordinary grade, Grade II ,Grade I & Special grade respectively is not properly maintained. The promotion to CMDs has to be calculated to the base sanction strength of CMDs held as on 2006 is not being maintained at CE SC level. Hence eligible CMDs are not getting promotion. (especially CMD Special grade)

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