Friday, October 11, 2013

7th PAY COMMISSION DATE : 7th Pay Commission Date for implementation

7th PAY COMMISSION DATE : 7th Pay Commission Date for implementation

Till this moment, the oral announcement only made by the Finance Minister to constitute 7th CPC for Central Government employees. There is no further action to constitute the committee for 7th CPC and we cannot say anything about the members of the committee and when it will be constituted.
Thee is no authentic information about the date to constitute the committee for preparing recommendations for 7th CPC. However, the committee will take maximum of 24 months to submit their recommendation report to Indian Government. The implementation of the 7th CPC is likely to be implemented from 1st January, 2016 to all Central government employees.
Not only the Central government employees, all government servants including their family members are keenly watching the news about 7th Central Pay Commission, because the same procedure / recommendations of Central Pay Commission are followed by state government to their employees.
Revision of pay has been implemented by the government once in ten years through the pay commissions and an employee can get a maximum of three pay hike in entire service. So, it is very excited to know the details of modifications in all the respect of pay.
In the view of above scenario, so many questions and doubts are raising among the Central government employees…
The questions and doubts are given below for your information…
1. When will constitute the committee for 7th CPC..?
2. Who are all will be as chairperson and members of the committee..?
3. Minimum pay scale in 7th CPC (7000 in 6th CPC)
4. Multiplication factor in 7th CPC (In 6th CPC 1.86)
5. Is ‘Grade Pay’ structure will continue in 7th CPC also..!
6. Percentage of Increment will be fixed as 10%..!
7. ACP – MACP – what will be next..?
8. ‘Tuition Fee’ then ‘Children Education Allowance’ and next…?
9. Any major changes in LTC Rules
10. Voluntary Retirement Scheme will be announced..?
11. Rectification of anomalies arising in implementation of 6th CPC
12. Any changes in ‘Fixation of Pay’on promotion
13. Rates of HRA (now getting 30%, 20% and 10%)
14. Expectations more on the calculation of Dearness allowance with AICPIN
15. About interest free and bearing advances
16. Minimum Pension (Now Rs.3500)
17. Any ‘Women employees welfare schemes’ (like CCL)
18. Travelling allowance and Daily allowance rules and rates
19. Weightage for promotion
21. Rates of Transport allowance (Now Rs.400, 600, 800, 1600 and 3200 + DA)
22. Modification in Qualifying Service for pension
23. Additional Pension scheme
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7th Pay Commission News - Suggestions on Terms of Reference & Composition of 7th Pay Commission - IRTSA

7th Pay Commission News - Suggestions on Terms of Reference & Composition of 7th Pay Commission - IRTSA

Memorandum by IRTSA on Terms of Reference of 7th Pay Commission

(Estd. 1965, Regd. No.1329, Website ) 

M. Shanmugam,
Central President, IRTSA
# 4, Sixth Street, TVS Nagar, Padi,
Chennai – 600050
Mob: 09443140817

Harchandan Singh,
General Secretary, IRTSA,
C.Hq. 32, Phase 6, Mohali,
(Ph:0172-2228306, 9316131598)

No:IRTSA/Memo – PM/7CPC/2013-6 Date: 9-10-2013
1. Hon. Prime Minister of India, South Block, New Delhi
2. Hon. Minister of Finance, Govt. of India, North Block, New Delhi

Respected Sir,
Subject: Suggestions on Terms of Reference & Composition of 7th Pay Commission.

We heartily welcome the decision of the Government to set-up the Seventh Central Pay Commission. We shall highly appreciate if the following suggestions are considered by the Government in this regard – in order to do greater justice to the employees by determining the Pay Scales/ Grade Pay etc. through JOB EVALUATION – as in all advanced countries:

i) Commission should be headed by a Retired or serving Judge of the Supreme Court;

ii) One of the Members of the Commission should be a Technocrat (Engineer);

iii) Commission should have one Member each from Defence & Railways and an expert on Job Evaluation;

iv) It should be assisted by a Consultative Body of Ex-Defence and Railway Personnel to project the special conditions prevailing there in – being the largest employers.

i) To consider and determine Pay structure, Allowances, facilities, avenues of promotion, service conditions, periodicity & Date of effect of Wage revision of Central Government employees – considering the situation prevailing in the Central Public Sector Undertakings and Private/Corporate Sectors in the country.
ii) To Modernize and harmonize the functioning of the Central Government Organisations to excel in their performance and to be in command over the country’s overall economy and growth.
iii) To make the Government a model employer, through appropriate Pay Package for its employees through job evaluation – duly considering all related Factors – including the relative Job requirements/Difficulties, Qualifications, Training, Working Conditions, Duties, Responsibilities and Accountabilities etc. of various categories, to enhance the efficiency, productivity and economy of the organizations of the Government.
iv) To make recommendations on productivity linked incentive scheme based on the performance of each Branch/ Department of various organizations – with suitable bench marks, productivity index and other related parameters.
v) To recommend a comprehensive formula to link Allowances with pay and inflation.
vi) To recommend a realistic formula to compensate for the inflation and price rise.
vii) To consider the necessity and recommend quantum of Interim Relief till the time the recommendations of the Commission are made and accepted by the Government.
viii) To consider the anomalies created after the implementation of Sixth Central Pay Commission Report.
ix) To consider the unimplemented recommendations of 5th & 6th Pay Commissions.
x) To formulate the structure of pension, death-cum-retirement gratuity, family pension and other terminal or recurring benefits to the present and former Central Government employees appointed before and after January 1, 2004.

Yours faithfully,
(Harchandan Singh),
General Secretary, IRTSA

Source : IRTSA

Amendment of paragraph 3 in the Offer of Allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation (Allotment Letter) of the Directorate of Estates

Amendment of paragraph 3 in the Offer of Allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation (Allotment Letter) of the Directorate of Estates

Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates
Policy-II Section
Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi-110 108
Dated the 8th October, 2013


Sub:- Amendment of paragraph 3 in the Offer of Allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation (Allotment Letter) of the Directorate of Estates.

It has been decided by the competent authority that the following amendment shall be made to the existing paragraph 3 to the offer of Allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation :

    "If the allotment is accepted, you should obtain an Authority Slip from this Directorate either personally or by your authorized representative and take possession of the allotted residence from the C.P.W.D/N.B.C.C. Enquiry Office concerned within the date mentioned in the Authority Slip. In case of failure to take the possession within the time specified above, the Authority Slip must be retured to concerned allotment section of the Directorate of Estates immediately for cancellation of allotment."

2. NIC is requested to make necessary amendments in the paragraph 3 of Offer of Allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation (Allotment letter) at the earliest please. A copy of allotment letter is enclosed for information.

(S.K. Jain)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)


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