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Dopt-order / Implementation of the Government’s decision on the recommendation of the Sixth CPC – Revision

July 14, 2010 Leave a comment
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Dopt-order / Implementation of the Government’s decision on the recommendation of the Sixth CPC – Revision

July 14, 2010 Leave a comment
No.45/7/2008-P&PW (F)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare

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3rd Floor, Lok Nayak  Bhawan,
Khan Market, New Delhi-110 003
Dated 12th July, 2010
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject:- Implementation of the Government’s decision  on the recommendation of the Sixth CPC – Revision of  provisions regulating special benefits in the cases of  Death and Disability in service – payment of ex-gratia
lump sum compensation to families of central  Govt.employees – modification – regarding -

1.The undersigned is  directed to say that in this Department’s Office  Memorandum of even number dated 16th March, 2009, it was  provided that ex-gratia lump sum compensation to the  families of deceased Government servants including from  sundry Government sources, such as the Prime Minister’s  Relief Fund, Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, etc. should  not exceed the aggregate of Rs. 20 lakhs in each  individual case. Para 12 of Annexe to this Department’s  OM 45/55/97-P&PW(C) dated 11th September,1998 was
modified to that extent.
2.The matter has been  further reviewed and it has now been decided that there  will be no ceiling for grant of ex-gratia lump sum  compensation in terms of Department of Pension &  Pensioners’Welfare’s OM No. OM 45/55/97-P&PW(C) dated  11th September, 1998 read with OM NO.38/37/08- P&PW(A)
dated 2nd September, 2008 and OM No.45/7/2008-P&PW (F)  dated 16th March, 2009.
3. The above revised  provision will be effective from 1.1.2006.
4. All other terms and  conditions in the O.M. dated 11th September, 1998 shall  remain unchanged.
5. This issues with the  concurrence of the Ministry of Finance, Department of  Expenditure U.O. No. 361/EV/2010 dated 4th June, 2010
6. In so far as persons  serving in the Indian Audit & Accounts Department, these  orders issue after consultation with the Comptroller &  Auditor General of India.
(Tripti P Ghosh)
Director (PP)
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6th pay award: Govt allows staff to choose new cut-off date

July 7, 2010 Leave a comment
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6th pay award: Govt allows staff to choose new cut-off date

July 7, 2010 Leave a comment
NEW DELHI: The 55 lakh Central government employees will now be able to choose a new date to draw their new pay scale under the Sixth Pay Commission award. According to an office-memorandum,  the Centre on Monday allowed its employees time till December to  fix the base date for taking the new pay scale, from a date that  is more beneficial to them. Earlier, they did not have this  option as the government had fixed January 1, 2006 as the  cut-off date for implementing the new pay award. The government, according to an office-memorandum, tweaked  the norms in view of the representations received from  employees. Earlier, the government, while implementing the Pay  Commission award in 2008, had given employees three months to  choose the switch-over date if it was later than January 1,  2006. The option, however, was to be binding.
The Sixth Pay Commission had recommended 40 per cent hike for  adjustment in the pre-revised basic pay, different pay bands and  grade pay benefiting about 55 lakh government employees.

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Non-Functional Upgradation (NFU) for Officers of Organised Group ‘A’ Services in PB-3 and PB-4

June 30, 2010 Leave a comment
NO. AB.14017/16/2010-Estt.(RR)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
New Delhi, the 10th June, 2010

Office Memorandum
Subject:- Non-Functional Upgradation (NFU) for Officers of Organised Group
‘A’ Services in PB-3 and PB-4

   A reference is invited to this Department’s OM of even number dated 24.4.09 on the above subject. The Sixth Central Pay Commission had observed that the disparity, as far as appointments to various grades in the Centre are concerned, should not exceed 2 years between IAS and Organized Group ‘A’ Services. The matter relating to grant of Non-Functional Upgradation to officers of Organized Group A Services has further been examined in this Department and following clarifications are issued.

Point of  doubt
Clarification
The  scheme of NFU be made applicable to JTS officer of Organized group A  services in view of acute stagnation at the level of JTS in many  services.
In case  no IAS Officer is available for comparison in STS grade, grant of  Non-Functional Upgradation to STS level may be allowed after 7 years of  service as Group ‘A’. This upgradation shall be subject to the terms and  conditions specified in this Department OM dated 24.04.09.
The term  ‘Batch’ cannot have different meanings at different places.
The  ‘Batch’ for direct recruit officers in the induction grade shall be the  year following the year in which competitive exam was held. In  subsequent grades the ‘Batch’ would remain the same provided the officer  is not superseded due to any reason. In case an officer is superseded
the officer would be considered along with the ‘Batch’ with which his  seniority is fixed.

2. Hindi version will follow.

(J.A.Vaidyanathan)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India


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Non-Functional Upgradation (NFU) for Officers of Organised Group ‘A’ Services in PB-3 and PB-4

June 30, 2010 Leave a comment
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Mizoram The meeting yesterday {22/06} under the chairmanship of  Chief Minister Mr. Lal Thanhawla approved in principle the report of Cabinet Sub Committee on 6th Pay Implementation.   The meeting also agreed to review genuine grievances of some groups of Government servants. The meeting also approved in principle the proposed implementation of scheme of revision of pay of teachers and equivalent cadres in universities and colleges on the recommendation of the Sixth Central Pay Commission. Source : Mizoram Express Nagaland Nagaland employees today [22/06] threatened to close offices indefinitely if the government failed to implement the revised payscale as recommended by the 6th Pay Commission by June 25. The Confederation of All Nagaland States Services Employees Association directed all its units throughout the state to prepare for the next course of action if they received “no positive response” on or before June 25. The association resorted to three days of mass casual leave from May 24 paralysing the state departments. The employees had put forward their demands in writing twice to the government, addressed to the chairman of the cabinet sub-committee. “But no positive response has been received. It may be noted that during the last meeting with the cabinet sub-committee, the house expressed its sincere desire to resolve the stalemate amicably through dialogue,” the association’s president, David Sumi, said. The government had stated that Rs 712 crore had been allotted by the Centre to implement the revised payscale. The All India Services cadres has been given their due share of arrears with effect from January 1, 2006, but the state government employees are being forced to accept notional increment from June 1, 2008, without arrears. “Why cannot there be a little more kindness shown to the state employees?” a member of the association asked.

June 25, 2010 Leave a comment

Mizoram

The
meeting yesterday {22/06} under the chairmanship of  Chief Minister Mr. Lal  Thanhawla approved in principle the report of Cabinet Sub Committee on 6th Pay  Implementation.

The meeting also agreed to review genuine  grievances of some groups of Government servants.

The meeting also approved in principle the  proposed implementation of scheme of revision of pay of teachers and  equivalent cadres in universities and colleges on the recommendation of  the Sixth Central Pay Commission.
Source : Mizoram Express

Nagaland
 

Nagaland employees today [22/06] threatened  to close offices indefinitely if the government failed to implement the  revised payscale as recommended by the 6th Pay Commission by June 25.


The Confederation of All Nagaland States  Services Employees Association directed all its units throughout the state to prepare for the next course of action if they received “no positive
response” on or before June 25.

The association resorted to three days of  mass casual leave from May 24 paralysing the state departments.

The employees had put forward their demands  in writing twice to the government, addressed to the chairman of the cabinet  sub-committee. “But no positive response has been  received. It may be noted that during the last meeting with the cabinet  sub-committee, the house expressed its sincere desire to resolve the  stalemate amicably through dialogue,” the association’s president, David  Sumi, said.

The government had stated that Rs 712 crore  had been allotted by the Centre to implement the revised payscale.

The All India Services cadres has been given  their due share of arrears with effect from January 1, 2006, but the state  government employees are being forced to accept notional increment from June  1, 2008, without arrears.

“Why cannot there be a little more kindness  shown to the state employees?” a member of the association asked.

Mizoram The meeting yesterday {22/06} under the chairmanship of  Chief Minister Mr. Lal Thanhawla approved in principle the report of Cabinet Sub Committee on 6th Pay Implementation.   The meeting also agreed to review genuine grievances of some groups of Government servants. The meeting also approved in principle the proposed implementation of scheme of revision of pay of teachers and equivalent cadres in universities and colleges on the recommendation of the Sixth Central Pay Commission. Source : Mizoram Express Nagaland Nagaland employees today [22/06] threatened to close offices indefinitely if the government failed to implement the revised payscale as recommended by the 6th Pay Commission by June 25. The Confederation of All Nagaland States Services Employees Association directed all its units throughout the state to prepare for the next course of action if they received “no positive response” on or before June 25. The association resorted to three days of mass casual leave from May 24 paralysing the state departments. The employees had put forward their demands in writing twice to the government, addressed to the chairman of the cabinet sub-committee. “But no positive response has been received. It may be noted that during the last meeting with the cabinet sub-committee, the house expressed its sincere desire to resolve the stalemate amicably through dialogue,” the association’s president, David Sumi, said. The government had stated that Rs 712 crore had been allotted by the Centre to implement the revised payscale. The All India Services cadres has been given their due share of arrears with effect from January 1, 2006, but the state government employees are being forced to accept notional increment from June 1, 2008, without arrears. “Why cannot there be a little more kindness shown to the state employees?” a member of the association asked.

June 25, 2010 Leave a comment

Meghalaya Pay Commission : 50% arrears by this fiscal: C.M. – Meghalaya Opposition demands total 60 % by Christmas

June 10, 2010 Leave a comment


Chief minister Mukul Sangma today assured the Assembly that
50 per cent of the remaining pay arrears would be disbursed to the state’s
employees within this financial year, depending on availability of funds.


The arrears would be released in accordance with the
recommendations of the Meghalaya Fourth Pay Commission.

Last year, the state government had released
40 per cent arrears to all the government departments and assured the staff
that the remaining 60 per cent would be released in the consecutive years.


To a question by NCP legislator James Sangma on the release
of pending 60 per cent arrears, the chief minister said the government would
try and release 50 per cent arrears within this financial year and the
remaining 10 per cent at a later stage.

Raising a supplementary question, Opposition
leader Conrad Sangma urged the government to ensure that the remaining
amount of arrears be released in toto before Christmas this year. He also
sought an assurance from the chief minister in this regard.


Conrad Sangma said the government should release the entire
60 per cent arrears within December this year to motivate the employees to
work harder. Such a step, according to him, would instil confidence among
the staff in various government departments.

The Opposition leader reminded the chief
minister that the soft loan of Rs 545 crore taken by the government in
January 2009 for development programmes was instead used for salary payment
because of liabilities arising in view of the new payscale.


The chief minister admitted that the loan, taken from the
Planning Commission, was used for payment of salary to the government
employees.


Commenting on the pending arrears, the chief minister said as
the state was currently facing financial constraints, it could release the
pending arrears based on its funds position only.

“As the deficit school and college teachers
are yet to avail the recommendations of the Fourth Pay Commission, the
commitment made by the government to them would result in an additional
expenditure of Rs 85 crore (deficit school teachers) and Rs 71 crore
(college teachers),” Sangma said.

Deficit educational institutions are those run
by the managing committees or private bodies, but avail the salary structure
of the government teachers.

The chief minister also pointed out that
despite the pay commission’s recommendations to implement the new payscale
from January 1, 2008, the state government had decided to implement it from
January 1, 2007, to ensure that the employees get the benefits of one more
year.


“We have taken this step despite the empty coffers the
government had inherited,” Sangma added.

He, however, said the state government was
committed to tide over the financial crisis so that the employees could get
the arrears.
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Meghalaya Pay Commission : 50% arrears by this fiscal: C.M. – Meghalaya Opposition demands total 60 % by Christmas

June 10, 2010 Leave a comment
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