Tuesday, March 4, 2014

COMPARISON OF 6CPC AND 7CPC TERMS OF REFERENCE

COMPARISON OF 6th Central Pay Commission AND 7th Central Pay Commission TERMS OF REFERENCE





Terms of Reference of 6th Central Pay Commission and 7th Central Pay Commission

Comparison table is given below, there is no much difference between the ToR of both CPC
The below table describes the difference in Terms of References between 6th Central Pay Commission and 7th Central Pay Commission:
 
Terms of Reference of the Sixth Central Pay Commission 

A. To examine the principles, the date of effect thereof that should govern the structure of pay, allowances and other facilities/benefits whether in cash or in kind to the following categories of employees :-

1. Central government employees – industrial and non-industrial.

2. Personnel belonging to the All India Services.

3. Personnel belonging to the Armed Forces.

4. Personnel to the Union Territories.

5. Officers and employees of the Indian Audit and Accounts Department.

6. Members of the regulatory bodies (excluding the RBI) set up under Acts of Parliament*.

7. Officers and employees of Supreme Court of India**.

B. To transform the Central Government Organisations into modern, professional and citizen-friendly entities that are dedicated to the service of the people.

C. To work out a comprehensive pay package for the categories of Central Government employees mentioned at (A) above that is suitably linked to promoting efficiency, productivity and economy through rationalization of structures, organizations, systems and processes within the government, with a view leveraging economy, accountability, responsibility, transparency, assimilation of technology and discipline.

D. To harmonize the functioning of the Central Government Organisations with the demands of the emerging global economic scenario. This would also take in account, among other relevant factors, the totality of benefits available to the employees, need of rationalization and simplification, thereof, the prevailing pay structure and retirement benefits available under the Central Public Sector Undertakings, the economic conditions in the country, the need to observe fiscal prudence in the management of the economy, the resources of the Central Government and the demands thereon on account of economic and social development, defence, national security and the global economic scenario, and the impact upon the finances of the States if the recommendations are adopted by the States.

E. To examine the principles which should govern the structure of pension, death-cum-retirement gratuity, family pension and other terminal or recurring benefits having financial implications to the present and former Central Government employees appointed before January 1, 2004.

F. To make recommendations with respect to the general principles, financial parameters and conditions which should govern payment of bonus and the desirability and feasibility of introducing Productivity Linked Incentive Scheme in place of the existing ad hoc bonus scheme in various Departments and to recommend specific formulae for determining the productivity index and other related parameters.

G. To examine desirability and the need to sanction any interim relief till the time the recommendations of the Commission are made and accepted by the Government. *A. vi substituted by Ministry of Finance Resolution No.5/2/20006-E.III (A) dated the 7th December, 2006. **A. vii substituted by Ministry of Finance Resolution No.5/2/2006-E.III (A) dated the 8th August, 2007.

The Commission will devise its own procedure and may appoint such Advisers, institutional consultants and experts, as it may consider necessary for any particular purpose. It may call for such information and take such evidence, as it may consider necessary. Ministries and Departments of the Government of India will furnish such information and documents and other assistance as may be required by the Commission.

The Government of India trusts that State Governments, Service Association and others concerned will extend to the Commission their fullest cooperation and assistance. The Commission will have its headquarters in Delhi.
The Commission will make its recommendations within 18 months of the date of its constitution. It may consider, if necessary, sending reports on any of the matters as and when the recommendations are finalized.
Terms of Reference of the 7th Central Pay Commission
Cabinet approved TOR of 7th CPC 7th Central Pay Commission

The Union Cabinet today gave its approval to the Terms of Reference of 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) as follows:-

a) To examine, review, evolve and recommend changes that are desirable and feasible regarding the principles that should govern the emoluments structure including pay, allowances and other facilities/benefits, in cash or kind, having regard to rationalization and simplification therein as well as the specialized needs of various Departments, agencies and services, in respect of the following categories of employees:-

i. Central Government employees-industrial and non-industrial;
ii. Personnel belonging to the All India Services;
iii. Personnel of the Union Territories;
iv. Officers and employees of the Indian Audit and Accounts Department;
v. Members of regulatory bodies (excluding the Reserve Bank of India) set up under Acts of Parliament; and
vi. Officers and employees of the Supreme Court.

b) To examine, review, evolve and recommend changes that are desirable and feasible regarding principles that should govern the emoluments structure, concessions and facilities/benefits, in cash or kind, as well as retirement benefits of personnel belonging to the Defence Forces, having regard to historical and traditional parities, with due emphasis on aspects unique to these personnel.

c) To work out the framework for an emoluments structure linked with the need to attract the most suitable talent to Government service, promote efficiency, accountability and responsibility in the work culture, and foster excellence in the public governance system to respond to complex challenges of modern administration and rapid political, social, economic and technological changes, with due regard to expectations of stakeholders, and to recommend appropriate training and capacity building through a competency based framework.

d) To examine the existing schemes ofpayment of bonus, keeping in view, among other things, its bearing upon performance and productivity and make recommendations on the general principles, financial parameters and conditions for an appropriate incentive scheme to reward excellence in productivity, performance and integrity.

e) To review the variety of existing allowances presently available to employees in addition to pay and suggest their rationalization and simplification, with a view to ensuring that the pay structure is so designed as to take these into account.

f) To examine the principles which should govern the structure of pension and other retirement benefits, including revision of pension in the case of employees who have retired prior to the date of effect of these recommendations, keeping in view that retirement benefits of all Central Government employees appointed on and after 01.01.2004 are covered by the New Pension Scheme (NPS).

g) To make recommendations on the above, keeping in view:

i. the economic conditions in the country and need for fiscal prudence;
ii. the need to ensure that adequate resources are available for developmental expenditures and welfare measures;
iii. the likely impact of the recommendations on the finances of the State Governments, which usually adopt the recommendations with some modifications;
iv. the prevailing emolument structure and retirement benefits available to employees of Central Public Sector Undertakings; and
v. the best global practices and their adaptability and relevance in Indian conditions.


h) To recommend the date of effect of its recommendations on all the above.The Commission will make its recommendations within 18 months of the date of its constitution.

    It may consider, if necessary, sending interim reports on any of the matters as and when the recommendations are finalised.

The decision will result in the benefit of improved pay and allowances as well as rationalization of the pay structure in case of Central Government employees and other employees included in the scope of the 7th Central Pay Commission.

Background
Central Pay Commissions are periodically constituted to go into various issues of emoluments’ structure, retirement benefits and other service conditions of Central Government employees and to make recommendations on the changes required.
 
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Clarification on fresh attempts and age relaxation in Civil Services Examination

Clarification on fresh attempts and age relaxation in Civil Services Examination

With reference to the decision of the Competent Authority conveyed earlier on the website of this department, the existing position in respect of number of attempts and maximum age limits for various categories of candidates and the changes as approved in number of attempts & age-limits consequent to providing two additional attempts would be as under:-

Existing No. of attempts
Categories
UnreservedSC/STOBCP. H.
04Unlimited0707 for General/OBC
Unlimited for SC/ST
Existing maximum age- limits30 years35 years33 years40 years
Consequential No. of attempts.06 (4+2)Unlimited09 (7+2)09 for General/OBC
Unlimited for SC/ST
Consequential maximum age- limits32 years (30+2)37 years (35+2)35 years (33+2)12 additional years in each category
(30+12 for General, 35+12
for SC/ST & 33+12 years for OBC)

Source: www.persmin.gov.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02ser/CSE-04032014.pdf]

Dopt orders on inter se seniority of direct recruits and promotees - instructions thereof

 Dopt orders on inter se seniority of direct recruits and promotees - instructions thereof

No. 20011/1/2012-Estt. (D)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pension
Department of Personnel & Training
North Block, New Delhi,
Dated the 4th March, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: Inter se seniority of direct recruits and promotees - instructions thereof

The undersigned is directed to refer to the subject mentioned above and to say that the fundamental principles of inter se seniority of direct recruits and promotees in Central Civil Services/posts were laid down in the Department of Personnel & Training (DOPT) O.M. No. 9/11/55-RPS dated 29.12.1959 which provided, Inter alia, that the relative seniority of direct recruits and of promotees shall be determined according to the rotation of vacancies between direct recruits and promotees, which shall be based on the quotas of vacancies reserved for direct recruitment and promotion respectively, in the Recruitment Rules.

2. The carrying forward of unfilled slots of a vacancy year, for being filled up by direct recruits of later years, was dispensed with through modified instructions contained in D0PT 0.M. No.35014/2/80-Estt.(D) dated 7.2.1986 which provides that rotation of quotas for purpose of determining seniority would take place only to the extent of the available direct recruits and the promotees. The unfilled direct recruitment/promotion quota vacancies would be carried forward andadded to the corresponding direct recruitment/promotion quota vacancies of the next year (and to subsequent years where necessary) for taking action for the total number of direct recruitment/promotioal according to the usual practice. Thereafter, in that year, while seniority will be determined between direct recruits and promotees, to the extent of the number of vacancies for direct recruits and promotees, as determined according to the quota for that year, the additional direct recruits/promotees selected against the carried forward vacancies of the previous year, would be placed en-bloc below the last promotee/direct recruit, asthe case may be, in the seniority list, based on the rotation of vacancies for that year.

3. All the existing instructions on seniority were consolidated by DOPT through a single OM. No. 22011/7/86 Estt(D) dated 03.07.1986.

4. In view of divergent stance taken by different Ministries/Departments on interpretation of ‘available direct recruits and promotees’ in the context of OM dated 7.2.86, the DoPT had issued O.M. No. 20011/1/2006-Estt.(D) dated 3.3.2008 which provided that the actual year of appointment, both in the case of direct/recruits and prornotees, would be reckoned as the year of availability for the purpose of rotation and fixation of inter se seniority.

5. The matter has been examined in pursuance of Hon’ble Supreme Court Judgment on 27.11.2012, in Civil Appeal No. 7514-7515/2005 in the case of N.R.Parmar vs. UOl & Ors in consultation with the Department of Legal Affairs and it has been decided, that the manner of determination of Inter-se-seniority of directrecruits and promotes would be as under:

a) DoPT OM No. 20011/1/2006Æstt.(D) dated 3.3.2008 is treated as non-existent/withdrawn ab initio;

b) The rotation of quota based on the available direct recruits and promotees appointed against the vacancies of a Recruitment Year, as provided In DOPT O.M. dated 7.2.1986/3.07.1986, would continue to operate for determination of inter se seniority between direct recruits and promotees;

c) The available direct recruits and promotees, for assignment of inter se seniority, would refer to the direct recruits and promotees who are appointed against the vacancies of a Recruitment Year;

d) Recruitment Year would be the year of initiating the recruitment process against a vacancy year;

e) Initiation of recruitment process against a vacancy year would be the date of sending of requisition for filling up of vacancies to the recruiting agency in the case of direct recruits; in the case of promotees the date on which a proposal, complete In all respects, is sent to UPSC/Chairmarn-DPC for convening of DPC to fill up the vacancies through promotion would be the relevant date.

f) The initiation of recruitment process for any of the modes viz, direct recruitment or promotion would be deemed to be the Initiation of recruitment process for the other mode as well;

g) Carry forward of vacancies against direct recruitment or promotion quota would be determined from the appointments made against the first attempt for filling up of the vacancies for a Recruitment Year;

h) The above principles for determination of inter se seniority of direct recruits and promotees would be effective from 27.11.2012, the date of Supreme Court Judgment in Civil Appeal No. 7514-7515/2005 In thecase of N.R. Parmar Vs. UOl & Ors

I) The cases of seniority already settled with reference to the applicable interpretation of the term availability, as contained in DoPT O.M. dated 7.2.86/3.7.86 may not be reopened.

7. As the conferment of seniority would be against the Recruitment Year in which the recruitment process is initiated for filling up of the vacancies, It is incumbent upon all administrative authorities to ensure that the recruitment process is initiated during the vacancy year itself. While requisition for filling up the vacancies for direct recruitment should be sent to the recruiting agency, complete in all respects, during the vacancy year itself, the timelines specified in the Model Calendar for DPCs contained in DoPT O.M. No.22011/9/98-Estt(D)dated 8.9.98 and the Consolidated Instructions on DPCs contained In O.M.No.22011/S/86-Estt(D) dated April 10, 1989 should be scrupulously adhered to, for filling up the vacancies against promotion quota.

sd/-
(Mukta Goel)
Director
Source: www.persmin.gov.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/20011_1_2012_Estt_D.pdf]

No. 20011/1/2012-Estt. (D)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pension
Department of Personnel & Training
North Block, New Delhi,
Dated the 4th March, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: Inter se seniority of direct recruits and promotees - instructions thereof

The undersigned is directed to refer to the subject mentioned above and to say that the fundamental principles of inter se seniority of direct recruits and promotees in Central Civil Services/posts were laid down in the Department of Personnel & Training (DOPT) O.M. No. 9/11/55-RPS dated 29.12.1959 which provided, Inter alia, that the relative seniority of direct recruits and of promotees shall be determined according to the rotation of vacancies between direct recruits and promotees, which shall be based on the quotas of vacancies reserved for direct recruitment and promotion respectively, in the Recruitment Rules.

2. The carrying forward of unfilled slots of a vacancy year, for being filled up by direct recruits of later years, was dispensed with through modified instructions contained in D0PT 0.M. No.35014/2/80-Estt.(D) dated 7.2.1986 which provides that rotation of quotas for purpose of determining seniority would take place only to the extent of the available direct recruits and the promotees. The unfilled direct recruitment/promotion quota vacancies would be carried forward andadded to the corresponding direct recruitment/promotion quota vacancies of the next year (and to subsequent years where necessary) for taking action for the total number of direct recruitment/promotioal according to the usual practice. Thereafter, in that year, while seniority will be determined between direct recruits and promotees, to the extent of the number of vacancies for direct recruits and promotees, as determined according to the quota for that year, the additional direct recruits/promotees selected against the carried forward vacancies of the previous year, would be placed en-bloc below the last promotee/direct recruit, asthe case may be, in the seniority list, based on the rotation of vacancies for that year.

3. All the existing instructions on seniority were consolidated by DOPT through a single OM. No. 22011/7/86 Estt(D) dated 03.07.1986.

4. In view of divergent stance taken by different Ministries/Departments on interpretation of ‘available direct recruits and promotees’ in the context of OM dated 7.2.86, the DoPT had issued O.M. No. 20011/1/2006-Estt.(D) dated 3.3.2008 which provided that the actual year of appointment, both in the case of direct/recruits and prornotees, would be reckoned as the year of availability for the purpose of rotation and fixation of inter se seniority.

5. The matter has been examined in pursuance of Hon’ble Supreme Court Judgment on 27.11.2012, in Civil Appeal No. 7514-7515/2005 in the case of N.R.Parmar vs. UOl & Ors in consultation with the Department of Legal Affairs and it has been decided, that the manner of determination of Inter-se-seniority of directrecruits and promotes would be as under:

a) DoPT OM No. 20011/1/2006Æstt.(D) dated 3.3.2008 is treated as non-existent/withdrawn ab initio;

b) The rotation of quota based on the available direct recruits and promotees appointed against the vacancies of a Recruitment Year, as provided In DOPT O.M. dated 7.2.1986/3.07.1986, would continue to operate for determination of inter se seniority between direct recruits and promotees;

c) The available direct recruits and promotees, for assignment of inter se seniority, would refer to the direct recruits and promotees who are appointed against the vacancies of a Recruitment Year;

d) Recruitment Year would be the year of initiating the recruitment process against a vacancy year;

e) Initiation of recruitment process against a vacancy year would be the date of sending of requisition for filling up of vacancies to the recruiting agency in the case of direct recruits; in the case of promotees the date on which a proposal, complete In all respects, is sent to UPSC/Chairmarn-DPC for convening of DPC to fill up the vacancies through promotion would be the relevant date.

f) The initiation of recruitment process for any of the modes viz, direct recruitment or promotion would be deemed to be the Initiation of recruitment process for the other mode as well;

g) Carry forward of vacancies against direct recruitment or promotion quota would be determined from the appointments made against the first attempt for filling up of the vacancies for a Recruitment Year;

h) The above principles for determination of inter se seniority of direct recruits and promotees would be effective from 27.11.2012, the date of Supreme Court Judgment in Civil Appeal No. 7514-7515/2005 In thecase of N.R. Parmar Vs. UOl & Ors

I) The cases of seniority already settled with reference to the applicable interpretation of the term availability, as contained in DoPT O.M. dated 7.2.86/3.7.86 may not be reopened.

7. As the conferment of seniority would be against the Recruitment Year in which the recruitment process is initiated for filling up of the vacancies, It is incumbent upon all administrative authorities to ensure that the recruitment process is initiated during the vacancy year itself. While requisition for filling up the vacancies for direct recruitment should be sent to the recruiting agency, complete in all respects, during the vacancy year itself, the timelines specified in the Model Calendar for DPCs contained in DoPT O.M. No.22011/9/98-Estt(D)dated 8.9.98 and the Consolidated Instructions on DPCs contained In O.M.No.22011/S/86-Estt(D) dated April 10, 1989 should be scrupulously adhered to, for filling up the vacancies against promotion quota.

sd/-
(Mukta Goel)
Director
Source: www.persmin.gov.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/20011_1_2012_Estt_D.pdf]

Dopt - Issue of Compendium of instructions on reservation for ex-servicemen

Dopt - Issue of Compendium of instructions on reservation for ex-servicemen

No. 36034/3/2013-Estt.(Res.)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
****

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 25th February, 2014
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
 
Subject: Issue of Compendium of instructions on reservation for ex-servicemen.

This Department has been in the process of issuance of a compendium on instruction on reservation, concessions and relaxations for Ex-servicemen in Central Government Services. In this regard, the Department of Ex-servicemen Welfare may refer to their O.M. No. 28(66)/2013/D (Res.I) dated 17.07.2013 and 18.09.2013.

The compendium has now been finalized covering various notifications and Office Memorandum issued on reservation, concessions and relaxations for Ex-servicemen in Central Government Services. A copy of Compendium is enclosed.

Enclo.: As above.

(G. Srinivasan)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India
Tele: 23093074
Source: www.persmin.gov.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02adm/No.36034-3-2013-Estt-Res.pdf]

INDWF-Outcome of JCM III Level Meeting of OFB at Kolkatta

INDWF - Outcome of JCM III Level Meeting of OFB at Kolkatta
DECISIONS OF JCM III OF OFB AT KOLKATTA
IMPORTANT ISSUES DISCUSSED AND ITS OUTCOME IN THE JCM III LEVEL MEETING OF OFB HELD ON 24.02.2014 AND 25.02.2014 AT KOLKATTA
 
DECISIONS
 
1. PIECE WORK CO-RELATION ON VI CPC PAY BAND & GRADE PAY 
After discussions held on 06.02.2014 at M of D, the proposal to grant Piece work Profit on Rs.5200 PB-I and Grade Pay Rs.1900 total Rs.7100/- as minimum of pay + Increment separately paid.  After approval by Defence Minister, it was sent to OF Board for getting Draft Government Letter (DGL) and the same was prepared and sent to Secretary, Department of Defence Production for issue of Government letter.  Orders will be issued in the first week of March 2014.  M of D said that the Co-relation will be effective from prospectively.  But it was demanded retrospectively which will be considered separately.

2. GRANTING OF DEPARTMENTAL OVERTIME FOR 3 ¼ Hours (Saturdays) for PIECE WORKERS. 
Departmental OTA for Piece workers for 3 ¼ Hrs working on Saturdays was stopped by OFB w.e.f 01.04.2006 whereas the same is being paid to Day workers, Maintenance Workers as well as Non-Industrial Employees.  This issue was discussed with M of D and at OFB.  The file was now submitted to OFB seeking justification.  The proposal from OFB with proper justification is about to be sent to M of D and Defence Finance for payment of OTA on Single Rate to Piece Workers for working on Saturday 3 ¼ Hrs.
 
3. MANPOWER 
For 2013-14 issue of sanction for Manpower was delayed but sanction was issued. For 2014-15, after collecting the data about the requirements from the factories, proposal will be taken up with Secretary, DP and necessary sanction will be issued. 
 
4.  INCENTIVE For EXAMINERS 
Indian National Defence Workers Federation raised this point granting of Incentive for Examiners which is pending for long.  Production employees are getting Piece work, Maintenance Employees are getting Incentive but whereas the Examiners are not getting any financial benefit.
 
Chairman said that the Council of Quality General of India in its meeting to consider the proposal for granting incentive.  Necessary policy is to be framed and will be taken up with Secretary, Department of Defence Production who is also in favour of considering.
 
5. CONSIDERING DIPLOMA OBTAINED THROUGH DISTANCE EDUCATION FOR LDCE TO CHARGEMAN 
Indian National Defence Workers Federation insisted that the Diploma obtained through Distance Education needs to be considered as the employees cannot acquire qualification through full time Diploma.  Also employees working in remote areas do not have any facility near to them.  Further acquiring Diploma/Degree is only eligibility, and not they will be automatically selected unless they pass the written examination and qualify for the same.  Therefore, the Diploma/Degree obtained through distance education should be considered eligible for appearing to Chargeman post through LDCE Quota both for Tech and Non-Tech.
 
Chairman while replying said that on this distance education we need to take a longer view and settle the matter at the earliest.
 
6. On IR matters when raised by INDWF about HE Factory violating safety norms etc harassing workers, extending probation periods etc.  Chairman, OFB said instructions will be issued to GM’s to avoid any gap between Unions and administration to maintain harmonious Industrial Relations.  On HE Factory issue a feed back was asked to submit on building No.37 where safety norms are totally violated.
 
7. HAPP – Work Load 
Within the powers of OF Board, Rs.50 Crores have been sanctioned for the RGB 6 & 12 project considering the huge requirements.  It is temporarily suspended but it will be restored soon.  FSAPB – Mark III, PMT etc huge requirements are there and HAPP will have more work load.
 
8. JWM Transfers 
Against 600 applications seeking transfers, in one sitting about 100 applications were cleared.  The remaining will be cleared on stages by Member/Per with the assistance of NG Section Officers very soon.  Further the pending transfer order which were cancelled will be restored.
 
9. ONE TIME RELAXATION TO UDC & OS AND CADRE REVIEW 
The issue was already taken up with DOP&T for obtaining One time relaxation.  Further, Cadre Review proposals for clerical Cadre has been referred to M of D with the following proposals vide OFB letter Dt 13.02.2014 to DPP
 
PostExisting SanctionProposed StrengthProposed Sanction Excluding ChargemanProposed PercentageExisting Percentage
LDC16821700170031%27.5%
UDC21251700170031%35%
OS18571600160029%30%
JWM NT/OTS466946 (480 + 466)4809%7.5%
Total613059465480100%100%
10. OF DAY GIFTS 
It was demanded to Chairman that during OF Day celebrations on 18th March of every Year the employees should be given gift and at the same time there should be uniformity in the Factories would be decided by OF Board.
 
11. CENTRAL RECRUITMENT BOARD FOR OFB 
OFB proposed long back to form a OFB Recruitment Board for recruitment of Group ‘C’ posts.  Still the appointment of the Board has not been approved by Secretary, DDP. Since more number of posts are lying unfilled by recruitment by many factories and GMs are reluctant to carry out the process of recruitment.  5 Factories have been identified and will be entrusted the responsibilities of Direct Recruitment for various Group ‘C’ posts.  The vacancies factory wise will be notified through advertisement and written test will be conducted on one day in various centres throughout the country and selected candidates list will be sent to the nearest factories of the candidates which will avoid migration from one place to another.
 
12. VIJAYANTA SR.SECONDARY SCHOOL OF HVF 
HVF Vijayanta Sr. Secondary School requires major repairs and renovation including providing better amenities.  Member/Per assured he will visit and sanction necessary funds. Provided the factory submit the proposal. Member A/V also agreed and supported the claim of INDWF. 
 
13. VII CPC CELL FORMATION AT OFB 
At OFB, Cell was formed to prepare a proposal to the 7th CPC.  A meeting was convened on 26.2.2014 at OFB with all the Federation and Association representatives a report has been asked to submit to the OFB.
 
14. CADRE REVIEW 
Cadre Review proposal for Para-Medical staff was forwarded by OFB to Ministry of Defence.
 
15. Revised Pay slip was issued.  We have demanded that the Bank Account number to be included.
 
16. One time relaxation from Labourers.  The issue was referred to DOP&T to grant MACP Rs.2800/-.
 
17. For granting ACP in promotional Hierarchy to Durwans, it was demanded to merge Durwans with Subedar Durwan.  This would be considered.
 
18. RELIEVING STAGNATION TO STOREKEEPING STAFF 
A proposal given by the Staff side JCM to Divert the Direct Recruitment, LDCE vacancies of Chargeman (T) and Chargeman (NT) one time to relieve the stagnation of Storekeeper and Supervisor stores is being considered about the feasibilities.  Now the DR and LDCE vacancies for this year have already been released but it would be considered in the next year.
 
19. Leather Machinist will be considered for promotion to Chargeman (Leather) based on the recommendation of the Sub-committee report.
 
20.  Due to court cases, Cadre Re-structuring was delayed and the promotions were granted at a later date.  It is demanded that all financial benefits should be granted retrospectively instead of notionally.
 
Yours Sincerely, 
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(R.SRINIVASAN) 
General Secretary
Source: INDWF

Important Message for Pensioners : SANKALP Opportunity to Register for Voluntary Work

Important Message for Pensioners : SANKALP Opportunity to Register for Voluntary Work

 SANKALP
An Initiative of Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare  
Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare
M/o Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Government of India


     Recognising the fact that retired government servants have experience and skills which could be channelized into constructive activities for betterment of Society, the Government has introduced an initiative called ‘Sankalp’. It is hoped that this initiative will help retired government servants in leading a fuller and more meaningful existence post-retirement. This project is initially being run as a pilot to cover 500 Central government pensioners on a first-come-first-served basis. The pensioners willing to be associated with this initiative may visit the website http://www.pensionersportal.gov.in/sankalp for registration.

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