Friday, May 10, 2013

Revision of Wage/Pay based on profitability of Central Public Sector Enterprise (CPSE) as a whole and not based on unit-wise Performance

Revision of Wage/Pay based on profitability of Central Public Sector Enterprise (CPSE) as a whole and not based on unit-wise  Performance

2(10)/2013-DPE(W )-GL -XIII/13
Government of India
Ministry of Heavy industries & Public Enterprises
Department of Public Enterprises

Public Enterprises Bhawan
Block No.14, CGO Complex,
Lodi Road, New Delhi-110003
Dated: 30th April, 2013

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Revision of Wage/Pay based on profitability of Central Public Sector Enterprise (CPSE) as a whole and not based on unit-wise  Performance.

The undersigned is directed refer to this Department’s Office Memoranda dated 26.11.2008, 09.02.2009 and 02.04.2009 (Executives pay revision) and 09.11.2006 and 01.05.2008 (Workmen Wage Revision) on the subject anl to clarify that for the purpose of wage/pay revision, a CPSE is treated as a single entity and consequently, pay/wage revision has to be based on the performance/profitability of lhe company as a whole and not separately for each unit. It means that different units within the same CPSE cannot have different pay/wage structures.

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Merger of LDC and UDC upgradation of Grade pay to 2800

CONFEDERATION RESOLUTIONS IN FAVOUR OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Dear friends,

            The issues related to the Administrative Staff of the Government of India as follows have been placed before the 24th Conference held at Kolkata during 4th to 6th May 2013 by the undersigned in the capacity as National Organizing Secretary of the Confederation. The resolution committee of the Conference has finally adopted these demands and the same will be taken up with the Government by the Confederation in the coming days.

1)    Merger of LDC and UDC upgradation of Grade pay to 2800/ (Confederation resolution modified this as Rs. 2400/ for LDC & Rs. 2800 for UDC).

2)     Parity in pay scales of the Ministerial and Stenographers   between Field and Secretariat offices.

3)    Granting Rs. 4200 grade pay to30% UDC after completion 5 years service.

4)    Granting of MACP on promotional hierarchy. Abolition of Grade pay Rs. 2000/ for granting of MACP.

5)    Finalization & implementation of cadre restructuring pending with various Ministries/Ministry of Finance/DOPT before constitution of 7th CPC.

6)    Continuation of the Association with the already identified cadres. Stop         re-identification of already identified groups for recognition which is against the CCS (RSA) Rules.

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Increase in rate of DA is in proportion to the increase in the rate of inflation

Increase in rate of DA is in proportion to the increase in the rate of inflation

The below statement was stated by Shri.Namonarain Meena in Lok Sabha in a written reply to a question on 3rd May, 2013 about the increase in the rate of Dearness allowance to Central Government employees is in  proportion to the increase in the rate of inflation.
As per the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission, the Dearness Allowance (DA) is given to Central Government employees in January and June every year based on last 12 month average of all India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (2001=100). 
The build-up of CPI-IW inflation and Dearness Allowance (DA) since the commencement of Sixth pay commission is given below :-


Year12 month average of
CPI-IW (2001=100)
Build-up of CPI-IW
inflation (%)
Annual Dearness Allowance
(DA) (%)
2005115.770.00 0
2006122.926.186
2007130.7512.9412
2008141.6722.3722
2009157.0835.6935
2010175.9251.9651
2011191.5065.4265
2012209.3380.8280

The increase in the rate of DA to the Central Government employees is in proportion to the increase in the rate of inflation in the country. The fraction of inflation is carried forward.
The above statement was stated by Shri.Namonarain Meena in Lok Sabha in a written reply to a question on 3rd May, 2013.

RTI Act 2005 - Furnishing Wrong Information

RTI Act 2005 - Furnishing Wrong Information 
Furnishing Wrong Information 
There are a number of cases where an applicant has filed first appeal with the First Appellate Authority in the Public Authority concerned and second appeal/complaint with the Central Information Commission/State Information , as the case may be, inter-alia, due to the following reasons:
(i) Non-receipt of information within prescribed time;
(ii) Denial of request of information;
(iii) If he/she believes that incomplete/misleading or false information under this Act has been given by the Public Information Officer.
The number of second appeals/complaints registered by the Central Information Commission during three years is as under:

2009-102010-112011-12
228002887533922

The Right to Information Act, 2005 already provides for imposition of penalty and recommendation of disciplinary action by the Central Information Commission/State Information Commission, as the case may be, against the Public Information Officer who has knowingly given incorrect, incomplete or misleading information under the RTI Act. The CIC/SICs have been imposing such penalties and also recommending disciplinary action against such Public Information Officers.
This was stated by Shri V. Narayanasamy, Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office in written reply to a question by  Shri Bharat Ram Meghwal  today.
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CGDA Orders - Promotion in the grade of Private Secretary from Stenographer Grade-I

OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER GENERAL OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
ULAN BATAR ROAD, PALAM, DELHI CANTT— 110 010

No AN/X/10081/5/2013/TR-311to 314

Dated 02/05/2013

To
The CDA Chennai
The CDA Patna
The CDA (R&D) Hyderabad

Sub: Promotion in the grade of Private Secretary from Stenographer Grade-I.

It has been decided to promote the individuals as per enclosed Annexure 'A’ to the grade of Private Secretary in the Pay Band-II Rs 9300-34800 plus Grade Pay Rs. 4600/- with immediate effect or from the date of assumption of charge whichever is later and retain them to same office. The Part II office order may be published simultaneously.

2. Before promoting the individual, it may please be ensured that none of the circumstances enumerated in Para 2 DOP&T OM No. 22011/4/91-extt (A) dated 14.09.92 has arisen before promotion. If such circumstances have arisen, the promotion shall not be released and instead treat the case as a deemed sealed
 cover case in terms of para 7 of the said OM. It may please be ensured that none of the Steno Grade-I, who are undergoing the period of penalty are promoted till the expiry of the period of penalty. The promotion orders notified should also indicate that they have been selected for promotion to Private Secretary (Group ‘B’) by the PCsDA/CsDA.

3. Case of refusal on promotion may please be dealt with by the Controllers themselves as the appointing authorities in the light of provisions contained in DP&AR OM No. 22034/3/81-Estt. (D) dated 01/10/81 & this HQrs may please be informed accordingly.

4 While issuing order of promotion, the attention of the individuals may please be drawn to the provisions of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pension (DOP&T) OM No. 01/12/97-Estt (Pay) dated 23.04.99 and clarification No. 2 of GOI, Ministry of Finance,  Department of Expenditure No.01/01/2008-IC dated 13.09.08 regarding exercising of an option by them for fixation of their pay as Private Secretary.

End: As above.

sd/-
(Radha Saketharaman)
For CGDA

Source: www.cgda.nic.in
[http://www.cgda.nic.in/adm/promotPS020513.pdf]

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