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7th CPC Minimum Pay Increase – This is what we can Expect

Minimum Pay Increase – How much it would be ?

Recently a news on 7th CPC Minimum Pay Increase was doing the rounds in Social Media. Increasing of 7th CPC Minimum Wage from Rs.18000 to Rs.21000 is speculated in some websites and it went viral in social media. But there was no any substantial evidence or facts has been so far posted in any website to prove this information is correct.

But real fact is that the Staff Side National Council JCM itself has pleaded the Central Government to consider to increase the Minimum Pay to Rs.19760/- It has furnished the required details in its letter to the Government to Justify their Claim that the Minimum Pay should not be less than Rs.19670. [See the Details] It repeatedly insisted the Government to convene the meeting to discuss the Minimum Pay increase issue with them .

But the government has not ready to show any sign of accepting this demand so far apart from telling that the Committee will expedite, examine etc. When this was a situation, it is very difficult to understand the good news(?) that the Central Government is all set to hike the minimum pay from 18000 to Rs.21000 sooner or later !

However if the NCJCM Staff Side or NJCA is in a position to put the greatest possible pressure to the Government, this genuine demand can be won. In that case we can expect that the Minimum pay will be fixed at Rs.19670 as demanded by NCJCM with uniform Fitment factor 2.81 for all pay Scales [How Fitment Factor 2.81 is arrived by NCJCM – Click to See ]

Source : www.govtstaffnews.in

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New CGHS Wellness Centres for CG Employees and Pensioners – Guwahati (Aizawl)

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Opening of CGHS Wellness Centres (Allopathic) at Aizawl

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
A.K.Azad Road, Gopinath Nagar, Guwahati–781016
Email: cghsguwahati@yahoo.com


Dated: 03.10.2017


Sub: Opening of CGHS Wellness Centres (Allopathic) at Aizawl-Regarding.

This is for information to all eligible Central Govt, Employees, Pensioners & other stake holders that, Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) Wellness Centres sanction vide No.S.11045/1/2013/HEC, New Delhi dated 17th November, 2014 will be inaugurated on 10th October, 2017 by Chief Secretary, Govt. of Mizoram in presence of Director CGHS & Addl. Director, CGHS, Guwahati at New Secretariat Complex, Khatla, Aizawl-796 001 to provide comprehensive medical facilities. All stakeholders are requested to be present in the above cited occasion.

The scheme will cover Aizawl city. All eligible Central Govt. Employees and their dependent family members, Central Govt. Pensioners and their dependents and others eligible beneficiaries as per CGHS guideline residing in Aizawl city. Separate notification will be issue for enrollment and application for CGHS card.

The beneficiaries will be able to avail the CGHS facilities through the Wellness Centre during office hours i.e. from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm in all working days except on Sunday & holidays.

(Dr. H.K. Sonowal)
Addl. Director

Authority: http://cghs.gov.in/

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Payment of “Washing Expenditure” to Industrial Employees with revised rate – BPMS

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Payment of “Washing Expenditure” to Industrial Employees with revised rate – BPMS
REF: BPMS / MOD / Allowances / 48A (7/2/R)
Dated: 01.10.2017
The Secretary, 
Govt of India, Min of Defence,
South Block, DHQ PO,
New Delhi – 110011

Subject: Payment of “Washing Expenditure” to Industrial Employees with revised rate.

Respected Sir,
With due regards, it is submitted that the industrial personnel in Min of Defence have been authorized for protective clothing/garments such as water-proofs, warm overcoats, overall, Dangries, Apron and protective accessories such as gum boots, boiler suits, goggles and gauntlets etc. These protective clothing & accessories are being issued to the specified categories whose duties require the issue of these accessories. Protective garments and accessories are provided either as a protection against inclement weather for those who works out-doors or against hazards such as are encountered in factories etc (kindly refer Para 1 & 2 of Chapter 64 – Staff Amenities, 3rd CPC Report and Para 26.44 of 4th CPC Report).

For the washing of some of these protective clothing garments, all the concerned industrial workers employed in Army Ordnance Corps were granted ‘Washing Allowance’ Rs. 4/ per month per worker and this amount was revised to Rs. 8/- per month vide MoD letter No. 82147/P.Clo/OS- 10A/2876/D(O-II), Dated 08 Sep, 1998 (copy enclosed).

Later, a corrigendum was issued vide MoD Letter No. 82147/P.CIo/OS-10A/1626/D(O-II), Dated 06 May 1999 (copy enclosed) to define that “Washing Allowance” mentioned in the letter dated 08.09.1998 will be “Washing Expenditure”. In due course, this “Washing Expenditure” has been revised on the introduction of subsequent Central Pay Commissions.

Now, on the recommendation of 7th CPC “Washing Allowance” being granted for the washing of uniform has been abolished and subsumed in dress allowance in respect of Nurses as per DoE, Min of Fin, Resolution No. 11-1/2016-IC, Dated 06.07.2017. It has to be kept in the mind that the “Washing Expenditure” being granted to industrial personnel for washing of protective clothing has not been abolished or subsumed in the dress allowance and there is no mention of “Washing Expenditure” in the 7th CPC’s Report or in the Resolution of Govt of India dated 06.07.2017.

In such circumstances, you are requested to take appropriate action so that entitled industrial employees may be granted the “Washing Expenditure” unflagging with revised rate.

Thanking you.

Sincerely yours
Secretary/BPMS &
Member, JCM-II Level Council (MOD)

Source : BPMS

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