Saturday, January 23, 2016

Accountant 7.9.4 Pay bill drawal error and Solution

Solution Monthly pay bill drawal error in Accountant 7.9.4

while draw monthly bill in Accountant Module 7.9.4 it may shown the error message like shown in below
Column name or number of supplied values does not match table definition.
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Cabinet Reshuffle Likely to Push Jaitley out of Finance


Finance Minister Arun Jaitley may soon be moved out from the crucial ministry, Reuters reported Friday. Power and coal minister Piyush Goyal is likely to replace Jaitley who may be moved to the defence ministry. The reshuffle may take place post the annual budget on February 29, acccording to the Reuters report.

This will be the first major reshuffle for the Narendra Modi-led NDA government since they came to power in May 2014. While the economy has been stable, the BJP-led alliance has faced widespread criticism for failing to get key economic bills like the Goods and Services Tax (GST) cleared in Parliament due to non-cooperation from a Congress-led Opposition.

Reuters added that Jaitley’s exit from the ministry is a reflection of the belief in the government that they need a fresh face to push key reforms to kickstart the economy. India’s estimated GDP for FY15 has been reduced to 7.4% from earlier projections of 8% or more, thanks largely to stagnant private investments and a global decline in growth, led by a slowdown in China.

An investment banker-turned-politician, Goyal is likely to be rewarded for tackling chronic power shortages and backing renewable sources of energy, two issues that are important for PM Narendra Modi’s pre-election promise to provide electricity to all households in the country.

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Pensioners seek changes in recommendations for pay panel

Members of the All India Postal Employees Union and government pensioners have demanded changes in the recommendations for the seventh Pay Commission, including revision of minimum wages and the rate of annual increment.

Postal employees, who recently staged a demonstration in the city, demanded that the minimum wages be fixed at Rs.26,000. J. Ramamurthy, State secretary of All India Postal Employees Union, Group C, said: “The overall hike percentage also need to be revised. We had to wait for over a decade for the next Pay Commission. We also want the recommendations to incorporate the demand for two increments during promotions and revision of salary every five years. Pension must be revised to 60 per cent of the last drawn salary of the pensioner.”

Indefinite strike planned

The union plans to go on an indefinite strike, along with other Central government employees’ associations, in the first week of March if the suggestions it made are not incorporated in the seventh Pay Commission recommendations.
Pensioners too feel that the pension must be increased to meet the growing expenditure.
S.M. Chellaswamy, general secretary of Tamil Nadu Elders Welfare Association, said: “At present, there is a suggestion that the pension amount be increased by 20 per cent when the retired person turns 80. But, we want the age limit to be revised to 75 years to enable pensioners meet their medical expenditures.”