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Punjab cabinet revives ACP scheme, one year special leave for women employees, adhoc staff regularised

November 3, 2011 Leave a comment

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab cabinet today introduced the Assured Career Progression Scheme (ACP) 4-9-14 in the pre- May 28, 2009 format w.e.f. November 1, 2011. However, the employees who got the consequential benefits under the modified ACP would not be deprived of the same. 

The cabinet also decided to regularize all daily wage and work charged employees in different departments, boards and corporations in the state. This is in addition to an across the board Special Permanent Grade Pay of Rs. 150 plus allowances including DA, HRA to all its employees up to Pay Band 3 with Grade Pay of Rs.5400 and would also be included to determine pension.
In a landmark decision, the government also decided to extend all pensionary benefits to all its employees retiring on or after April 1, 2012 at the completion of 25 years of service, instead of the present 33 years.
In a special gesture to its women employees, the government also introduced a special Child Care Leave of one year, in addition to the maternity leave, for all women having at least one child below the age of 18 years.
A meeting of the cabinet held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal, also announced handsome package for the Punjab police personnel, including special permanent grade pay and one special increment besides manifold increase in conveyance allowance to all ranks from Constables to Inspectors.

Disclosing this here today, a spokesperson of the Punjab Government said that the all the allowances not specifically dealt with by the 5th Punjab Pay Commission would be doubled while those left untouched by the Previous Pay Commissions shall be made four times.

In a major relief to the group ‘D’ employees as well as drivers, the Cabinet decided to grant one special permanent increment to all such employees like peons, chowkidars, malis etc. The drivers would also be entitled to have a special allowance of Rs.1400 per month.
Recognizing the arduous nature of the police personnel right from the level of Constable up to an Inspector, the cabinet gave nod to grant one special permanent increment to all police personnel who are in service as on 31.3.2012. This would be in addition to Rs.150 special grade pay to all employees in the Pay Band 3 i.e. Rs.10300-34800 with grade pay of Rs.5400. Besides, their conveyance allowance would be made at par with the ministerial staff of appropriate parity.
The House Rent Allowance (HRA) admissible to the employees serving within the limits of municipal corporations of Patiala and Bathinda have been hiked from 15% to 20% so as to be at par with Chandigarh and SAS Nagar, Mohali. The cabinet also decided that in case an employee who is entitled for rent free accommodation and is not offered such accommodation would be granted an additional benefit equivalent to 5 % of his revised pay, over and above the normal house rent allowance.
In a significant move reflecting governments special concern for the women employees, the cabinet decided to grant fully paid leave up to one year during the entire career in part or whole for the child care. This leave could be availed of at any time as long as at least one child is below the age of 18 years.  This would not be debited to the leave account and would be in addition to other leave entitled to them including maternity leave as at present.
The cabinet also gave approval to regularize the services of daily wage and work charged employees in all departments, boards and corporations as long as they have completed 10 years of service as on December1, 2006 subject to the fulfillment of educational qualification. However, contractual employees who have been engaged through a transparent or competitive mechanism would be eligible for regularization up to completion of 3 years of service. This shall extend to all the government departments, boards corporations, statuary bodies, societies and Apex Cooperative Institutions. These benefit would be generally applicable w.e.f from December1,  2011 unless otherwise specifically provided.
The cabinet also made an impassioned appeal to all the employees unions and organizations to shun the path of agitation approach in the largest interest of the people of Punjab and appealed to them to discharge their duties with utmost dedication, sincerity and commitment.
In another important decision, the cabinet also reiterated its firm commitment not to acquire land for the proposed urban state at Zirakpur without the prior consent of the farmers.

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Counting of training period of Junior Engineers (JEs), Senior Section Engineers (SSEs) and other Technical non-gazetted staff for financial upgradation under ACPS/MACPS – Request for kind intervention and immediate redressal.

April 25, 2011 Leave a comment
INDIAN RAILWAYS TECHNICAL SUPERVISORS ASSOCIATION

(Estd. 1965, Regd. No.1329, Website http://www.irtsa.net )
No:IRTSA/Memo/ RB / 8-11 Date: 23-4-2011

Member Staff,
Railway Board,
Rail Bhawan, New Delhi
Respected Sir,

Subject : –
  Counting of training period of Junior Engineers (JEs), Senior Section Engineers (SSEs)  and other Technical non-gazetted staff for financial upgradation under ACPS/MACPS – Request  for kind intervention and immediate redressal.

Reference :-



 1. O.M No. 35034/3/2008-Estt. (D) Dated 19th May, 2009 of DOP&T.
2. Railway Board’s OM RBE No 101 dated 10.6.2009.
3. Railway Board’s letter No.E(NG)I/90/IC1/1, Dated 04.02.1991.
 

1.    We would like to bring to your kind notice the following genuine demand of Technical Supervisors /
Rail Engineers for counting of Training period for financial upgradation under MACPS, denial of  which puts them in a disadvantageous position vis-a-vis the non-technical employees without  training in the same Scale of Pay / Pay Band.

2.    Persons selected for regular appointment in Technical departments for the posts like Junior  Engineers (JEs), Senior Section Engineers (SSEs), CMA , CMS and other Technical posts are  required to undergo training for periods varying from one year to two years before formally taking  charge.

3.    Training imparted to those recruited through the Railway Recruitment Boards and later absorbed  as Junior Engineers (JEs), Senior Section Engineers (SSEs) on Railways is not pre-appointment  training in nature (as that of the Apprentices recruited under the Apprentices Act). The Stipend  paid during the training period to them is from the Revenue account and the Department of  Personnel & Training (DOPT) had already decided earlier that the training period shall be counted  for pensionary benefits, for issue of passes and drawal of increments, etc.

4.    Non-technical employees who are not required to undergo any training even though recruited on  the same date along with the Technical employees in the same Scale of Pay / Grade Pay earn  their Financial upgradation through ACPS/MACPS well before the Technical Staff. This put the  technical employees in a disadvantageous position vis-a-vis the non-technical employees, since  the period spent in the training by the technical employees are not counted for the purpose of  financial upgradation, under MACPS.

5. Railway Board’s letter No.E(NG)I/90/IC1/1, Dated 04.02.1991 on the subject of Counting of training
period for the purpose of drawing increments, states that, in case where a Government servant

M. Shanmugam, Central President,
# 4, Sixth Street, TVS Nagar, Padi,
Chennai- 600050.
Email- cpirtsa@yahoo.com Mob: 09443140817

Harchandan Singh, General Secretary, IRTSA,
C.Hq. 32, Phase 6, Mohali, Chandigarh-160055.
Email-gsirtsa@yahoo.com
(Ph:0172-2228306, 9316131598)


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Categories: ACP, Junior Engineers, MACP

REVISION OF RATES OF INCENTIVE BONUS OF SSE IN WORKSHOPS & PRODUCTION UNITS – AS PER BASIC PAY GRANTED TO THEM ON FINANCIAL UP-GRADATION UNDER MACP

April 25, 2011 Leave a comment
INDIAN RAILWAYS TECHNICAL SUPERVISORS ASSOCIATION
(Estd. 1965, Regd. No.1329, website http://www.irtsa.net )
No. IRTSA/ Memo/RB/Incentive – SSE/ 9-11 Dated: 23-4-2010
Member Mechanical,
Railway Board,
New Delhi
Dear Sir,


Subject :-



  REVISION OF RATES OF INCENTIVE BONUS OF SSE IN WORKSHOPS & PRODUCTION UNITS – AS
PER BASIC PAY GRANTED TO THEM ON FINANCIAL UP-GRADATION UNDER MACP

Reference :-



  Railway Boarder letter No.2008/M(W)/814/38, Dated 29.10.2009, 23.02.2010 and 27.7.2010 on the  subject Revision of hourly rates of incentive bonus and bonus factor of workshops and PUs.
 

1.    We seek your kind intervention in respect of needless confusion created on account of  Railway Board’s Clarification dated 27.7.2010 on revision of hourly rates of incentive  bonus and bonus factor.

2.    As per Board’s letter No. 99/M(Prod.)814/35 dated 22.5.2000 and 16.03.2004, SSEs (Senior  Section Engineers) supervising the staff working on the shop floor are entitled for payment  of incentive bonus at the rate of 15% of the basic pay.

3. After the implementation of SCPC recommendations Railway Boarder through it’s letter  No.2008/M(W)/814/38, Dated 29.10.2009 granted incentive bonus at the rate of 15% of  revised basic pay w.e.f. 1.12.2009. Board also further clarified in its letter even no. dated  23.02.2010 that, Incentive payment should be decided on the basis of the post/designation  held by the employee and the hourly rate/bonus factor corresponding to that  post/designation.

4.    Para 16 of annexure of MACPS order (RBE N0.101/2009, dated 10.06.2009) states that, on  grant of financial up-gradation under the scheme, there shall be no change in the  designation, classification or higher status.

5.    However, financial and certain other benefits which are linked to the pay drawn by an  employee such as HBA, allotment of Government accommodation shall be permitted. At  no place it was stated that the basic pay being granted on financial up-gradation should be  treated as officiating pay. For all purposes including retirement benefits except that of  status, basic pay granted on financial up-gradation is being treated as regular pay.

6.    But, board in it’s second clarification on 27.7.2010 (on incentive bonus) advised an  impracticable practice of granting incentive at flat rate of 15% of the substantive basic pay  of the regular post held by SSE and not the basic pay granted to them on financial upgradation under MACP. This is completely discriminatory and impracticable, since pay  granted on financial up-gradation is not officiating pay.

7.    Basic pay/Grade Pay drawn before the financial up-gradation cannot also be taken as  substantive pay. This violates the basic sprit of MACPS recommendations that the benefits

M. Shanmugam, Central President,
# 4, Sixth Street, TVS Nagar, Chennai- 600050.
Email- cpirtsa@yahoo.com
Mob: 09443140817

Harchandan Singh, General Secretary, C.Hq.
32, Phase 6, Mohali, Chandigarh-160055.
Email-gsirts@yahoo.com
(Ph:0172-2228306, 9316131598) 2

linked to basic pay shall be permitted in the pay granted on financial up-gradation due to
MACPS.

8. Hence it is requested that the second clarification issued by Railway Board on 27.7.2010
may please be withdrawn.

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


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Categories: MACP, RAILWAY

MACPS Anomalies Summary record note of discussions held during the 3rd meeting of Joint Committee held on 15-03-2011

April 25, 2011 Leave a comment

NFIR
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen

3, CHELMSFQRD ROAD, NEW DELHI – 110055
No. IV/MACPS/09/Pt.4
                                                                                      Dated — 21-04-2011

Secretary (E),
Railway Board.

Sub:   MACPS Anomalies Summary record note of discussions held during the 3rd meeting of Joint Committee held on 15-03-2011 under the Chairperson-ship of
Joint Secretary (Estt., DoP&T)


New Delhi.

Dear Sir,

************
NFIR invites Railway Board’s attention to its letter of even No. dated 08-11-2010 highlighting the anomalies of MACPS raised by Federation through various letters from October, 2009 onwards seeking quick redressal.In the 3rd meeting of the Joint Committee on MACPS held on 15-03-2011 under the Chairperson-ship of the Joint Secretary (Estt. DoP&T) the agenda items were discussed in detail. In this connection, summary record of discussions since circulated by Director (JCA) vide reference No.11/1/2010-JCA dated 20-04-20 11 may be referred to. Relevant portions of the record note is reproduced below for proper appreciation and action:



Item numbers — 1, 3, 8, 9 & 29 — Grant of financial uppradation in the promotional hierarchy instead of Grade Pay hierarchy under the MACPS.
“Referring to earlier discussions held in the matter the Official Side stated that the Government was willing to consider revision in Para-13 of the MACP Scheme to the effect that organizations/cadres shall have the option to choose either the ACP Scheme or the MACP Scheme. However, the Staff Side pointed out that such a dispensation will not be practical and hence there is a need to explore other alternatives to solve the issue. After discussion, it was agreed that there is no need to change the basic structure of MACP Scheme. However, there is a need to separately examine those cases where MACP Scheme is less advantageous than the ACP Scheme. Accordingly, it was decided that the Official Side will write to the Ministry of Railways, Defence, Urban Development, Home and the Department of Posts to forward information in respect of the specific categories of employees where the MACPS is less advantageous than the erstwhile ACP Scheme.
The Official Side also requested the Staff Side to collect and forward such information to the Department of Personnel & Training for further necessary action. In this connection, the Staff Side specifically pointed out the case of Technician category wherein under ACP (w.e.f 01-10-l999) the staff got up gradation to Rs.4500-7000(V th CPC) on completion of 24 years whereas under MACPS they get the same benefit, i.e., Grade Pay of Rs.2800/- after 30 years.”


Item numbers — 12, 30 & 49 — Treatment of employees selected under LDCF Scheme/GDCE Scheme.


   “The Staff Side demanded that employees selected under the LDCE Scheme/GDCE Scheme should be treated as a direct recruit and their earlier promotions and services rendered should be ignored for the purpose of MACP as was being done in the ACP Scheme. The Official Side informed that treatment of such cases would generally be same in MACPS as was in the ACP Scheme. Ministry of Railways would be advised to examine the matter accordingly.”


Item numbers — 11, 15, 22, 39, 47 & 51 — Promotion in the identical Grade Pay


“The Staff Side raised the issue of promotions in the identical grade pay and demanded that in such cases the benefit of one increment should be granted at the time of promotion. The Official Side stated that if regular promotion is to the same grade pay, then MACP would also be granted to the same grade pay. On the issue of whether one increment is to be allowed in such cases a reference has been received in the Department of Expenditure from Ministry of Railways. Further action in the matter would be taken consequent upon receipt of certain information from Ministry of Railways as called for by the Department of Expenditure.


   “After discussion on the agenda items, tile Staff Side stated that in many instances the provisions of the MACP Scheme were being misinterpreted by various Ministries/Departments thereby causing financial loss to the employees. The Official Side stated that many Ministries/Departments had sought various clarifications regarding the provisions of the MACP Scheme which has been given. In addition, many clarification Office Memorandum have also been issued by the Department of Personnel & Training to allay the misgivings/ misunderstandings regarding the Scheme. However, if certain misgivings/misunderstandings were still continuing, the respective Ministries/Departments may be advised to refer the matter to the Department of Personnel & Training for resolution of the same.” 
  
   In the light of the above position, the Federation urges upon the Railway Board to take initiative for processing the issues for rectification of various aberrations / anomalies. As already suggested in our previous letters, a separate meeting may be convened for meaningful discussion and to redress the problems.

Yours faithfully,
s/d
(M.Ragla’aiah)
General Secretary

 
 
Source: NFIR

Categories: MACP, RAILWAY

Summary record of discussions held during the third meeting of the Joint Committee on MACPS held on 1sthMarch, 2011 under the Chairpersonship of the Joint Secretary (Estt.) DOPT

April 20, 2011 Leave a comment
MOST IMMEDIATE

NO. 111112010-JCA
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
(JCA Section)

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 2oth April, 201 1

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:  Summary record of discussions held during the third meeting  of the Joint Committee on MACPS held on 1sthMarch, 2011  under the Chairpersonship of the Joint Secretary (Estt.) DOPT.

   The undersigned is directed to enclose herewith summary record of  discussions held during the Third Meeting of the Joint Committee on  MACPS held under the Chairpersonship of the Joint Secretary   Establishment), DOPT on 15th March, 2011 for information and further
necessary action.

SUMMARY RECORD OF DISCUSSIONS HELD DURING THE THIRD MEETING  OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON MACP’S HELD UNDER THE  CHAIRPERSONSHIP OF THE JOINT SECRETARY (ESTABLISHMENT), DOP&T  ON 15th  MARCH 2011

1.  The third meeting of the Joint Committee constituted to examine the  anomalies pertaining to the MACP scheme was held under the Chairmanship of  Joint Secretary (Estt.) Department of Personnel & Training on 15Ih arch, 201 1. All  the members of the Committee were present in the meeting.

2.  The Chairperson welcomed the representatives of the Official Side and the  Staff Side and .stated that with respected item numbers 13, 21, 27, 28, 32, 38, 44,
50 & 58, suitable instructions had been hued vide this Department’s O.M. dated  the 1” November, 2010. She also informed that as per the decision taken in the
second meeting of the Joint Committee, vide this Department’s O.M. dated 10th  February, 2011, all concerned have been advised to review the cadre structure in a  time bound manner with a view to mitigate the problem of stagnation

3. Thereafter, the agenda items which were still pending were taken up for  discussion.

Item numbers 1.3.8. 9 & 29-Grant of financial up gradation in the promotional  hierarchy instead of Grade Pay hierarchy under the MACPS.

   The Staff Side reiterated their demand that the financial up gradations under  the MACP Scheme should be granted in the promotional hierarchy of posts instead
of the Grade Pay hierarchy. The Staff Side stated that the erstwhile ACP Scheme  was implemented on the recommendations of the 5Ih CPC and, as such, has become
a part of the service conditions of the employees. The Staff Side, therefore,  contended that the Government cannot impose the MACP Scheme thereby altering
the service conditions to the detriment of the employees.

   The Official Side stated that the 6’h CPC recommended two financial  up gradations in the Grade Pay hierarchy after 12 and 24 years. However, the  Government improved upon the recommendations of the 6th CPC and has  implemented MACPS with three financial up gradations in the Grade pay hierarchy  after 10, 20 & 30 years. Referring to earlier discussions held in the matter, the  Official Side stated that the Government was willing to consider revision in para 13  of the MACP Scheme to the effect that organizations I cadres shall have the option to choose either the ACP scheme or  MACP Scheme. However, the Staff Side  pointed that such a dispensation will not be practical and hence there is a need to  explore other alternatives to solve the issue. After discussion, it was agreed that  there is no need to change the basic structure of MACP Scheme. However, there  is a need to separately examine those cases where MACP Scheme is less   advantageous than the ACP Scheme. Accordingly, it was decided that the Official  Side will write to the Ministry of Railways, Defence, Urban Development, Home and  the Department of Posts to forward information in respect of the specific categories  of employees where the MACPS is less advantageous than the erstwhile ACP  Scheme The Official Side also requested the Staff Side to collect and forward such  information to the Department of Personnel 8 Training for further necessary action.  I’n this connection, the Staff Side specifically pointed out the case of Technician  category wherein under ACP (w.e.f 1.10.199) the staff got upgradation to Rs.4500-  7000 (V CPC) on completion of 24 years whereas under MACPS they get the same  benefit, i.e. Grade Pay of Rs.2800 afler 30 years.

Item Nos. 2,7,20 8 48-Date of Effect of MACP Scheme

  The Staff Side stated that many employees who retired between 1 .I,2006 and  31″ August, 2008, have been deprived of the benefits of MACP Scheme and
therefore, demanded that the MACP Scheme may be made effective from 1.1.2006.  The Official Side stated that the matter was discussed and finalized in the second  meeting of the Joint Committee and therefore, there was no reason to reopen the  matter. After discussions, it was decided that the matter may be treated as  finalised so far as the Joint Committee on MACP IS concerned and if required, the  Staff Side may raise this issue in the next meeting of the National Anomaly  Committee.

   The Staff Side stated that consequent upon the recommendations of the Fast  Track Committee, the highly skilled Artisan Staff of the Ministry of Defence was
bifurcated in two categories, i.e., Highly Skilled -11 (with Grade Pay of Rs.24001-)and  Highly -Skilled-l (With Grade Pay of Rs.28001-). The Staff Side contended that this  bifurcation, in the first instance, may be treated as placement and not as promotion  for the purpose of MACP. The Official Side stated that as per the extant instructions  of the Department of Personnel 8 Training, where the whole of a cadre is placed in  a higher scale, such placement is not treated as promotion. However, when only a  part of a cadre is placed in a higher scale, then such placement is treated as  promotion for all purposes including MACPS. The Official Side further stated that  even under the erstwhile ACP Scheme similar practice was followed and there is no reason to deviate from that.

   The Staff Side cited a Supreme Court judgment in the case of Union of India  Vs V.K. Sirotia reported in 1999 Supreme Court cases (L&S) 938 that where certain  percentage of post are granted higher pay scales to seniors in the cadre will be  treated as placement and not promotion. The Staff Side also cited the Manual of
instructions for restructuring of cadres in 1.A & A.D (para 3.2.8) wherein it has been  stated that the Screening Committee in combined Audit & Accounts Offices
besides selecting persons for transfer to audit offices will also decide on their  placement ( & not promotion) against the higher scale posts.

    After prolonged discussions, it was decided that the matter would be re-
examined by the Department of Personnel & Training in consultation with the
Department of Expenditure.

ltem Nos. 12.30 8 49 -Treatment of employees selected under LDCE Scheme
I GDCE Scheme.

The Staff Side demanded that employees selected under the LDCE Scheme1
GDCE Scheme should be treated as a direct recruit and their earlier promotions and
services rendered should be ignored for the purpose of MACPS as was being done
in the ACP Scheme. The Official Side informed that treatment of such cases would
generaly be same in MACP as was in the ACP Scheme. Ministry of Railways would
be advised to examine the matter accordingly.

ltem Nos.ll.15.22.39.47 8 51- Promotion in the identical Grade Pay

   The Staff Side raised the issue of promotions in the identical grade pay and  demanded that in such cases the benefit of one increment should be granted at the
time of promotion. ‘The Official Side stated that if regular promotion is to the same  grade pay, then MACP would also be granted to the same grade pay. On the issue
of whether one increment is to be allowed in such cases, a reference has been  received in the Department of Expenditure from Ministry of Railways. Further action
in the matter would be taken consequent upon receipt of certain information from  Ministry of Railways as called for by the Department of Expenditure.

4.   After discussion on the agenda items, the Staff Side stated that in many  instances the provisions of the MACP Scheme were being misinterpreted by various
Ministriesl Departments thereby causing financial loss to the employees. The  Official Side stated that many Ministriesl Departments had sought various
clarifications regarding the provisions of the MACP Scheme which has been given.  In addition, many clarificatory Office Memoranda have also been issued by the  Department of Personnel & Training to allay the misgivings misunderstandings  regarding the Scheme. However, if certain misgiving misunderstandings were still
continuing, the respective Ministries/ Departments may be advised to refer the  matter to the Department of Personnel & Training for resolution of the same.

5. In the end, it was decided that the recommendations of the Joint Committee  on MACP Scheme along with the action taken report may be discussed in the next  -meeting of the National Anomaly Committee.

6. The meeting ended with a vote of thanks to the Chair.

 

Categories: JCM, MACP

Denial of Financial Upgradation under MACPS for those Sr.S.O.(A) / Sr.TIAs / Sr.ISAs recruited as Accounts Clerks (CG-II) – reg.

April 16, 2011 Leave a comment
No. IV / MACPS / 09 / Pt.3                                                                                  Dated – 15-04-2011
Secretary (E),
Railway Board,
New Delhi.

Dear Sir,


Sub: Denial of Financial Upgradation under MACPS for those Sr.S.O.(A)
/ Sr.TIAs / Sr.ISAs recruited as Accounts Clerks (CG-II) – reg.

Ref: Railway Board’s letter No. PC-V/2009/ACP/2 dated 10-06-2009.
*********


    Initially the policy for Direct Recruitment of Group ‘C’ cadre in Accounts  Department used to be for the posts of Accounts Clerk (CG-II) only. All those
recruited as Accounts Clerks (CG-II) were subjected to the Appendix-IIA  (Departmental Examination) and on qualifying the same only they were given
entry into the next grade of JAA (CG-I). 

   Since the year 1982 onwards, consequent upon introduction of revised  recruitment policy additional channel of recruitment for the posts of JAA (CG-I)  duly making the Appendix-IIA qualification as mandatory had taken place for  absorption into the department as JAA (CG-I). Further channel of promotion in  Accounts Department from JAA is to the non-selection post of Accounts  Assistant (AA) based on seniority.
    The promotions to the post of S.O.(A)/TIA/ISA  were granted only on qualifying the Appendix-IIIA examination conducted by  Railway Board.  An anomaly has since arisen as the financial upgradation under MACPS  introduced from 1 st September, 2008 is not extended to those S.O.(A)/TIA/ISA  who were recruited as CG-IIs and got entry to Grade of JAA (CG-I) after passing

Appendix-IIA Examination.  In this connection, NFIR desires to state that qualifying Appendix-IIA is
the milestone/turning point in the career for the Accounts Department staff
either for the confirmation as JAA (from the year 1982 onwards for CG-I recruits) 



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Categories: MACP, RAILWAY

Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS) for the Railways Employees – Clarifications

April 14, 2011 Leave a comment

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)

S.No.PC-VI/252                                                                                                                RBE No.39/2011
No.PC-VI/2009/ACP/2                                                                                         New Delhi, dated 25.3.2011

The General Managers (P)
All Indian Railways & Production Units
(As per mailing list)



      Sub:- Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS) for the Railways Employees – Clarifications Regarding.



1. Please refer to this Board’s letter of even number dated 10.06.2009 wherein the financial up gradation under the Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS) has been allowed up to the highest Grade Pay of Rs.12000/- in the Pay Band-4. Consequent upon introduction of the new HAG scale of Rs.67000-79000 in replacement of Rs.37400 – 67000 with Grade Pay of Rs.12000 in PB-4, it is clarified that the benefits of financial up gradation under the MACPS shall be available to the aforementioned HAG scale also.




2. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.


3. Hindi version is enclosed.



(DoPT’s OM No.35034/3/2008-Estt. (D), dated 24-12-2010)

 

s/d 
(N.P.Singh) 
Dy. Director, Pay Commission-V
RAILWAY BOARD





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Categories: MACP, RAILWAY