Saturday, November 21, 2015

Pay Structure for Defence Forces Personnel – Pay Matrix

The Defence Services in their Joint Services Memorandum have contended that the emoluments in the Defence Services should stand a fair comparison with what is available in the Civil Services, otherwise the Defence Services will be denied their legitimate share of the available talent pool.

5.2.2 The Commission has devised pay matrices for civil and defence forces personnel, after wide ranging feedback from multiple stakeholders. The common aspects of the two matrices and the unique elements in the defence pay matrix are outlined in the succeeding paragraphs.
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7th CPC ignored low paid employees while giving a bonanza to high level officers

Central Government Employees are totally disappointed with the adverse recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission 

Seventh Central Pay Commission while giving a bonanza to the higher level officers has completely ignored the low paid employees

Central Govt employees to observe "Black Day" by holding massive demonstration, wearing Black badges, all over the country on 27th November 2015 to protest against the retrograde recommendations of the 7th CPC 

JCA appeals tn the Central Government Employees to he prepared for more serious action programmes
The National Joint Council of Action of Central Government Employees in its meeting held on 20th November 2015 has unanimously resolved to fight back against the adverse and retrograde recommendation of the 7th CPC. The Central Government Employees are totally disappointed and dissatisfied with the recommendations of the 7th CPC submitted to the Government on 19th November 2015. While the wage revision for the employees of PSUs and Banks etc takes place once in five years the Central Government Employees have to wait for a long period of 10 years for wage revision.

The demand of the Staff Side of the National Council JCM to fix the minimum pay to that of Rs. 26,000/- has been completely rejected by the 7th CPC and has arbitrarily fixed the minimum pay as Rs. I8000/-. The 7th CPC has mutilated the formula for fixing the minimum wage. The minimum wage recommended amounts to a meager increase of Rs. 2250 from the existing minimum pay of Rs. 7000 + 8750 (125 % DA as on 1.1.2016). From this minimum pay of Rs, 18000/-, as per the recommendation of the 7th CPC itself Rs 1500/- will be recovered for CGEIGS and 10 % ie, Rs. l800/- will be recovered towards New Pension Scheme from the employees recruited after 01.01.2004 and 6% towards GPF contribution from the employees recruited prior to 1.1.2004 resulting in minus benefit for the low paid employees.

The public at large is misled by the statement that a hike of Rs 23.5% is granted to Central Government employees where as the actual increase is only 14.29%. While the minimum wage is fixed as Rs. 18000/- the Secretary level officers are given a huge hike of Rs. 2,25,000 and the Cabinet Secretary's is fixed Rs 250000/- Where as the demand of National Council - JCM (Staff Side) that the ratio between minimum pay and the maximum pay should be not more than I: 8, the 7th CPC has kept the ratio as l: 13.8, while the National Council - JCM has demanded for reducing and rationalizing the number of pay scales the 7th CPC rejected the same and retained all the 18 pay scales. 

The House Rent Allowance has been reduced from the existing 30% to 24%, 20% to 16% and 10% to 8%. More over the 7th CPC has recommended for abolition of various allowances like small family allowance and advances like festival advance etc. Instead of removing the existing anomalies in the MACP Scheme the 7th CPC has introduced examination for granting MACP. The 7th CPC has refused to make any recommendations against the New Pension Scheme. For the 2nd spell of 365 days child care leave for women employees the leave wages will be reduced to 80%.

In a nutshell the Central Government Employees are totally upset, dissatisfied and diappoinded over the major recommendations of the 7th CPC. Therefore the NJCA has decided to observe a massive demonstration on 27th November 2015 against the adverse recommendation of the 7th CPC. All the constituent organizations are requested to advise their affiliates to observe in an effective manner and also to issue similar press statements in their respective states / centers. The NJCA will meet on 8th December 2015 to finalise the views on the various recommendations of the 7th CPC and to forward the same to the Government for a negotiated settlement. 

The NJCA further appeals to the Central Government employees to be prepared to carry forward the struggle till a negotiated settlement is reached.


Matrix Table for Calculation of 7th Pay Commission

7th Pay Commission Report - List of Allowances

Seventh Pay Commission - List of Allowances (Summary) Chapter 8.1




Sl.Name of the AllowanceRecommendation
1Accident AllowanceNot included in the report.
2Acting AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed “Additional Post Allowance.”
3Aeronautical AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
4Air Despatch PayAbolished.
5Air Steward AllowanceAbolished.
6Air Worthiness Certificate AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
7
Allowance in Lieu of Kilometreage (ALK)
Not included in the report.
8Allowance in Lieu of Running Room FacilitiesNot included in the report.
9Annual AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%. Extended to some more categories.
10Antarctica AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell RH-Max of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
11Assisting Cashier AllowanceAbolished.
12ASV AllowanceAbolished.
13Bad Climate AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in Tough Location Allowance-III. To be paid as per Cell R3H3 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
14Bhutan Compensatory AllowanceRetained. Status Quo to be maintained.
15Boiler Watch Keeping AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R3H1 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
16Book AllowanceRetained. Status Quo to be maintained.
17Breach of Rest AllowanceNot included in the report.
18Breakdown AllowanceAbolished.
19Briefcase AllowanceRetained. Status Quo to be maintained.
20Camp AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Territorial Army Allowance.
21Canteen AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
22Caretaking AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed “Extra Work Allowance”
23Cash Handling AllowanceAbolished.
24Children Education Allowance (CEA)Retained. Procedure of payment simplified.
25CI Ops AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
26Classification AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
27Clothing AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Dress Allowance.
28Coal Pilot AllowanceAbolished
29COBRA AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R1H1 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
30Command AllowanceAbolished
31Commando AllowanceAbolished
32Commercial AllowanceAbolished
33Compensation in Lieu of Quarters (CILQ)Abolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed provisions for Housing for PBORs.
34Compensatory (Construction or Survey) AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R3H2 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
35Composite Personal Maintenance Allowance (CPMA)Retained. Rationalised. Enhanced by 50%. Extended to some more categories.
36Condiment AllowanceAbolished.
37Constant Attendance AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
38Conveyance AllowanceRetained. Status Quo to be maintained.
39Cooking AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R3H3 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
40Cost of Living AllowanceRetained. Status Quo to be maintained.
41Court AllowanceAbolished.
42Cycle AllowanceAbolished.
43Daily AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
44Daily Allowance on Foreign TravelRetained. Status Quo to be maintained.
45Dearness Allowance (DA)Retained. Status Quo to be maintained.
46Deputation (Duty) Allowance for CiviliansRetained. Ceilings enhanced by 50%.
47Deputation (Duty) Allowance for Defence PersonnelRetained. Ceilings enhanced by 50%.
48Desk AllowanceAbolished.
49Detachment AllowanceRetained. Rationalized. Enhanced by 50%.
50Diet AllowanceAbolished.
51Diving Allowance, Dip Money and Attendant AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
52Dual Charge AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed “Additional Post Allowance”.
53Educational ConcessionRetained. Rationalized. Extended to some more categories.
54Electricity AllowanceAbolished.
55Entertainment Allowance for Cabinet SecretaryAbolished.
56Entertainment Allowance in Indian RailwaysAbolished.
57Extra Duty AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed “Extra Work Allowance”.
58Family Accommodation Allowance (FAA)Abolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed provisions for Housing for PBORs.
59Family HRA AllowanceRetained. Status Quo to be maintained.
60Family Planning AllowanceAbolished.
61Field Area AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
62Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA)Retained. Status Quo to be maintained.
63Fixed Monetary CompensationAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed “Additional Post Allowance”.
64Flag Station AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed “Extra Work Allowance”.
65Flight Charge Certificate AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed “Extra Work Allowance”.
66Flying AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R1H1 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
67Flying Squad AllowanceAbolished.
68Free Fall Jump Instructor AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R2H2 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
69Funeral AllowanceAbolished.
70Ghat AllowanceNot included in the report.
71
Good Service/Good Conduct/Badge Pay
Retained. Enhanced by a factor of 2.25.
72Haircutting AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in Composite Personal Maintenance Allowance.
73Handicapped AllowanceAbolished.
74Hard Area AllowanceRetained. Rationalized by a factor of 0.8.
75Hardlying MoneyRetained. Rationalised. Full Rate to be paid as per Cell R3H3 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
76Headquarters AllowanceAbolished.
77Health and Malaria AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R3H3 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
78High Altitude AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
79Higher Proficiency AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by Language Award or Higher Qualification Incentive for Civilians.
80Higher Qualification Incentive for CiviliansRetained. Rationalized.
81Holiday Compensatory AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by National Holiday Allowance.
82Holiday Monetary CompensationRetained. Rationalized.
83Hospital Patient Care Allowance/Patient Care AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R1H3 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
84House Rent Allowance (HRA)Retained. Rationalized by a factor of 0.8.
85Hutting AllowanceAbolished.
86Hydrographic Survey AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
87Initial Equipment AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Dress Allowance.
88Instructional AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by Training Allowance.
89Internet AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
90Investigation AllowanceAbolished.
91Island Special Duty AllowanceRetained. Rationalized by a factor of 0.8.
92Judge Advocate General Department Examination AwardAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed Higher Qualification Incentive for Defence Personnel.
93Kilometreage Allowance (KMA)Not included in the report.
94Kit Maintenance AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Dress Allowance.
95Language AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
96Language AwardRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
97Language Reward and AllowanceAbolished.
98Launch Campaign AllowanceAbolished.
99Leave Travel Concession (LTC)Retained. Rationalized.
100Library AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed “Extra Work Allowance”.
101MARCOS and Chariot AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R1H1 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
102Medal AllowanceRetained.
103Messing AllowanceRetained for “floating staff” under Fishery Survey of India, and enhanced by 50%. Abolished for Nursing Staff.
104Metropolitan AllowanceAbolished.
105Mileage Allowance for journeys by roadRetained.
106Mobile Phone AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
107Monetary Allowance attached to Gallantry AwardsRetained. Status Quo to be maintained.
108National Holiday AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
109Newspaper AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
110Night Duty AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
111Night Patrolling AllowanceAbolished.
112Non-Practicing Allowance (NPA)Retained. Rationalized by a factor of 0.8.
113Nuclear Research Plant Support AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
114Nursing AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
115Official Hospitality Grant in Defence forcesAbolished.
116Officiating AllowanceNot included in the report.
117Operation Theatre AllowanceAbolished.
118Orderly AllowanceRetained. Status Quo to be maintained.
119Organization Special PayAbolished.
120Out of Pocket Allowance
Abolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by Daily Allowance on Foreign Travel.
121Outfit AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Dress Allowance.
122Outstation (Detention) AllowanceNot included in the report.
123Outstation (Relieving) AllowanceNot included in the report.
124Out-turn AllowanceAbolished.
125Overtime Allowance (OTA)Abolished.
126Para AllowancesRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R2H2 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
127Para Jump Instructor AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R2H2 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
128Parliament Assistant AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
129PCO AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
130Post Graduate AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
131Professional Update AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%. Extended to some more categories.
132Project AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R3H2 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
133Qualification AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%. Extended to some more categories.
134Qualification GrantAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed Higher Qualification Incentive for Defence Personnel.
135Qualification PayRetained. Enhanced by a factor of 2.25.
136Rajbhasha AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed “Extra Work Allowance”
137Rajdhani AllowanceAbolished.
138Ration Money AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
139Refreshment AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by a factor of 2.25.
140Rent Free AccommodationAbolished.
141Reward for Meritorious ServiceRetained. Enhanced by a factor of 2.25.
142Risk AllowanceAbolished.
143Robe AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Dress Allowance.
144Robe Maintenance AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Dress Allowance.
145Savings Bank AllowanceAbolished.
146Sea Going AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R2H2 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
147Secret AllowanceAbolished.
148Shoe AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Dress Allowance.
149Shorthand AllowanceAbolished.
150Shunting AllowanceNot included in the report.
151Siachen AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell RH-Max of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
152Single in Lieu of Quarters (SNLQ)Abolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed provisions for Housing for PBORs.
153Soap Toilet AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in Composite Personal Maintenance Allowance.
154Space Technology AllowanceAbolished.
155Special Allowance for Child Care for Women with DisabilitiesRetained. Enhanced by 100%.
156Special Allowance to Chief Safety Officers/Safety OfficersRetained. Rationalized by a factor of 0.8.
157Special Appointment AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed “Extra Work Allowance”.
158Special Compensatory (Hill Area) AllowanceAbolished.
159Special Compensatory (Remote Locality) AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed Tough Location Allowance-I, II or III.
160Special DOT PayAbolished.
161Special Duty AllowanceRetained. Rationalized by a factor of 0.8.
162Special Forces AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R1H1 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
163Special Incident/Investigation/ Security AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
164Special LC Gate AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R3H3 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
165Special NCRB PayAbolished.
166Special Running Staff AllowanceRetained. Extended to some more categories.
167Special Scientists’ PayAbolished.
168Specialist AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
169Spectacle AllowanceAbolished.
170Split Duty AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
171Study AllowanceAbolished.
172Submarine AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R1H1 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
173Submarine Duty AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R3H1 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix, on a pro-rata basis.
174Submarine Technical AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R3H3 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix. Extended to some more categories.
175Subsistence AllowanceRetained. Status Quo to be maintained.
176Sumptuary Allowance in Training EstablishmentsAbolished.
177Sumptuary Allowance to Judicial Officers in Supreme Court RegistryAbolished.
178Sunderban AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in Tough Location Allowance-III. To be paid as per Cell R3H3 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
179TA BountyAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Territorial Army Allowance.
180TA for Retiring EmployeesRetained. Rationalized.
181TA on TransferRetained. Rationalized.
182Technical AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by the newly proposed Higher Qualification Incentive for Defence Personnel.
183Tenure AllowanceRetained. Ceilings enhanced by 50%.
184Test Pilot and Flight Test Engineer AllowanceRetained. Rationalised. To be paid as per Cell R1H3 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
185Training AllowanceRetained. Rationalized by a factor of 0.8. Extended to some more categories.
186Training StipendAbolished.
187Transport Allowance (TPTA)Retained. Rationalized.
188Travelling AllowanceRetained. Rationalized.
189Treasury AllowanceAbolished.
190Tribal Area AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in Tough Location Allowance-III. To be paid as per Cell R3H3 of the newly proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.
191Trip AllowanceNot included in the report.
192Uniform AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Dress Allowance.
193Unit Certificate and Charge Certificate AllowanceRetained. Enhanced by 50%.
194Vigilance AllowanceAbolished.
195Waiting Duty AllowanceNot included in the report.
196Washing AllowanceAbolished as a separate allowance. Subsumed in the newly proposed Dress Allowance.

 

A review on 7th CPC recommendations for DOP Employees

A review on 7th CPC recommendations for Department of Posts Employees


The most positive recommendation of 7 th CPC as regards to India Post employees is up-gradation of GP of Inspector Posts from Rs. 4200/- to Rs. 4600/-, in respect of ASPs from Rs. 4600/- to Rs. 4800/-and for PS Group B officers from Rs. 4800/- to Rs. 5400/-. 
The above said recommendations are incorporated at page no. 471 of the report.
The following are the other discussions made in the report on matters relating to the staff of Dept of Posts.

Postal Services Board :

The Commission has examined the demand for granting apex level to the members of the PSB and is of the view that adequate functional justification for the same does not exist. ( Para 11.8.11)

The Commission however is no t in favour of creating an additional post of member to discharge the financial function and is of the view that the portfolios of the six members can be so re-arranged that the need to create a new post of Member is obviated. ( Para 11.8.12)

IPS (Group – A):

In so far as Director, National Postal Academy is concerned, the view taken is that functional justification from upgrading the post to Apex level does not exist. As far as the rest of the demands for upgradation / creation of posts are concerned, these are administrative matters, which may be taken up with the concerned departments in the government. ( Para 11.8.15)

Postmaster Cadre :

The Commission recommends that while 25 percent of the posts of Senior Post Master may continue to be filled up from Post Master Gr.III through seniority based promotions, eligible officers from the Post Masters’ cadre (Postmaster Gr.II and Postmaster Gr.III) may also be permitted to appear for LDCE along with Inspector (Posts) for the balance 75 percent of the Senior Postmasters’ posts ( Para 11.8.18)

Inspector Cadre :

The Commission, therefore, recommends that Inspector (Posts) who are presently in the GP 4200 should be upgraded to GP 4600. With this upgradation, Inspector (Posts) shall come to lie in an identical grade pay as that of their promotion post of Assistant Superintendent of Posts (ASPOs). A higher grade would thus need to be extended to ASPOs. Accordingly, the Commission recommends that the promotional post of ASPOs be placed in the next higher GP 4800 and further, the post of Superintendent (Posts), which is presently in the GP 4800, be moved up to GP 5400 (PB-2). ( Para 11.8.21)

Postal Assistants / Sorting Assistants / LSG / HSG-II / HSG-I:

The Commission is of the view that there is no justification for enhancement of minimum educational qualifications for Direct Recruits for Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants from Class XII to Graduation and the entry grade pay from GP 2400 to GP 2800. No justification for upgrading LSG, HSG-II & HSG-I (Para 11.8.23 & 11.8.24)

P A ( SBCO) :

The Commission is therefore of the view that no upgradation is warranted. As regards grant of cash handling allowance, the Commission is of the view that with the spread of banking and internet based payments coming into vogue there is no merit in granting an allowance for handling cash. ( Para 11.8.27).

Postman :

The Commission has noted the entry level qualifications prescribed (Class X or ITI for MTS) as also the work content, and is of the view that there is no justification for further raising the entry grade pay of Postman. ( Para 11.8.29)

Mail Guard :

As no modification in the grade pay of Postman is recommended, the Mail Guard shall also be placed in same pay level. ( Para 11.8.33)

Multi Tasking Staff :

No upgrade is considered necessary for either MTS-domestic or MTS-foreign posts. ( Para 11.8.37)

Binders :

There is no justification for raising the entry grade pay as sought. ( Para 11.8.39)

Artisans :

The Commission is of the view that no anomaly exists in the present pay structure of these posts. The cadre of artisans in the Department of Posts shall accordingly be extended only the corresponding replacement level of pay. ( Para 11.8.43)

Translation Officer :

The Commission, therefore, suggests that a comparative study of the job profiles be carried out by the department to arrive at the precise job content and a view taken thereafter. ( Para 11.8.45)

Technical Supervisors :

No upgrade is recommended. (11.8.47)

Gramin Dak Sewaks:

The Commission has carefully considered the demand and noted the following:

a. GDS are Extra-Departmental Agents recruited by Department of Posts to serve in rural areas.
b. As per the RRs, the minimum educational qualification for recruitment to this post is Class X.
c. GDS are required to beon duty only for 4-5 hours a day under the terms and conditions of their service.
d. The GDS are remunerated with Time Related Continuity Allowance (TRCA) on the pattern of pay scales for regular government employees, plus DA on pro-rata basis.
e. A GDS must have other means of income independent of his remuneration as a GDS, to sustain himself and his

Government of India has so far held that the GDS is outside the Civil Service of the Union and shall not claim to be at par with the Central Government employees. The Supreme Court judgment also states that GDS are only holders of civil posts but not civilian employees.

The Commission endorses this view and therefore has no recommendation with regard to GDS. ( Para 11.8.49 & 11.8.50)

Separate Cadre for S As / M Es :

System Administrators and Marketing Executives have demanded creation of separate cadres with higher pay scales. Presently incumbents of these posts are drawn from the cadre of Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistant Cadre.

The V and the VI CPC have also dealt with this issue and have not recommended separation of cadres. The Commission also does not see any rationale for creating separate cadres. (Para 11.8.51 & 11.8.52)

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