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Agenda items for the meeting of the National Anomaly committee

Implementation of Govt’s decision on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission

Implementation of Govt’s decision on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission - Revision of Pension of Pre-2016 Pensioners/Family Pensioners: Important Circular by PCA(Fys)

Govt. of India, Ministry of Defence
Principal Controller of Accounts (Fys),
10A, S. K. Bose Road. Kolkata-700001

No. 542/ANN/REV.PENSION
Dated: 04/07/2017
Important Circular

Sub: Implementation of Govt’s decision on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission - Revision of Pension of Pre-2016 Pensioners/Family Pensioners, etc.

Reference: PCDA (P) Allahabad letter No. G1/C/01999/Vol-I/Tech, dated 30.05.2017.
Kindly refer PCDA (Pension) Allahabad letter under reference on the subject. The details are available on PCDA (P), Allahabad Official website www.pcdapension.nic.in.

2. The PCDA (P), Allahabad, based on Go! Orders, has asked to furnish Aadhar No. Mobile No., PAN no. & Email-id of pensioner/family pensioner or spouse in the LPC-cum-Data sheet, all the pensioner/family pensioners who retired from this Office may kindly forward the details in the proforma annexed.

3. The information may be sent through fax, Email or by post as per the details given below. 

FAX No. : 033-2248-0991
Email: anvpcoa.dad[at]hub.nic.in
Postal address: 10-A, S.K.Bose Road, Kolkata -700001

4. For any enquiry/ clarification on the subject, pensioners may contact Shri K.C.Giri, Sr. Accounts Officer (AN) on Phone No. 7584045239

sd/-
(Hanuman Prasad)
Asstt. Controller of Accounts (AN)

Personal Details in r/o _____________________________ for revision of Pension as per PCDA(P). Allahabad letter No. G1/C/0199/Vol-I/Tech dated 30.05.2017.
1Name of Pensioner/Family Pensioner (in block letter)
2Date of retirement
3PPO No.
4PAN No.
5Aadhar No.
6Mobile No.
7Email-id
8Copy of original PPO
Source: http://pcafys.nic.in/files/RevisionofPay5717.pdf

Multiple Banking System for EPFO contribution and payments by Signing of Agreement between EPFO and Public & Private Sector Banks

In keeping with the Government’s mandate for facilitating ‘Ease of doing business’, EPFO has taken a step further. In the august presence of Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, the Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Labour & Employment, EPFO has entered into agreement for collection of EPF dues from employers and payment to beneficiaries as well through multiple-banks in place of erstwhile single banking system here today. Collections of EPF dues have been started with PNB, Allahabad Bank, Indian Bank, Union Bank of India in addition to State Bank of India through direct online mode.
Now, EPFO has signed agreement with another five banks viz. Bank of Baroda, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Axis Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank for collection of remittances and payments to beneficiaries, at zero transaction charges.

It will facilitate all the stakeholders of EPFO by allowing the employers to deposit their EPF dues in a hassle-free, anywhere, anytime manner and PF members by direct payments of their bank accounts.

Consequent upon signing of agreement, the employers having bank account with these banks may deposit EPF dues directly in EPFO’s account using internet banking on real time basis instead of going through the aggregator mode

3% increment 7th CPC Profit & loss table for PB I.

6th & 7th CPC Increment comparison matrix table
Government issued Gazette Notification during last week, following which the employees will now get the revised pay from their August salaries, but during this situation, many government employees observed many defects in the 7th pay commission pay matrix.

As per the 7th Pay Commission Revised Pay Rules 2016, 7, A (i) “the pay shall be fixed at the immediate next higher Cell in that applicable Level of the Pay Matrix”.

During increment an employee will move one step down in the same level in the pay matrix, incase employee basic pay is 18000, during increment he will be moved down to one level, and he gets increment of 18500, which means he / she get 500 rupees increment in the basic pay.
18000
18500
19100
19700
Incase if we compare with 6th CPC increment of 3%, then an employee may get difference in the actual increment (more or less than 3%)

Example 1

Basic pay 18000*3% = 540,
= 18000+540=18540
As per 7th pay commission pay matrix, increment has been fixed at 18500, so employees gets only 2.78 hike in salary

Example 2:

Basic pay 18500*3% = 560,
=18500+560=19060,
As per 7th pay commission pay matrix, increment has been fixed at 19100, so employees gets 3.24 hike in salary
Increments Comparison Chart for Pay Band 1 in all level

Staff Selection Commission (HQ) New Delhi, for a list of central government pensioners for engaging them as Inspecting Officers

Staff Selection Commission (HQ) New Delhi, for a list of central government pensioners for engaging them as Inspecting Officers.

DOP Slab | Inclusive of GST Rate @18%

Dear Sirs,
This is regarding notification issued by Govt.of India (Ministry of Finance) regarding the revised Tax (GST). The rate of Tax(GST) is being increased from 1st of July 2017.Details are given below:
Range Tariff
Rs 1000/- to Rs 1500/- Rs 47/- (Rs 7 GST) Round off
Rs 1501/- to Rs 5000/- Rs 83/- (Rs 13 GST) Round off
Rs 5001/- to Rs 10000/- Rs 118/- (Rs 18 GST) Round off
Regards
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Introduction of Uniform for trainees undergoing Induction Training in Postal Training Centres and RAKNPA , Ghaziabad.

Introduction of Uniform for trainees undergoing Induction Training in Postal Training Centres and RAKNPA , Ghaziabad.

Revised BNPL Parcel for version 7.9.8

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7th Pay Commission: Disadvantage of employees on promotion from one level to another level on implementation of CCS(RP) Rules 2016

7th CPC: Disadvantage of employees on promotion from one level to another level on implementation of CCS(RP) Rules 2016

Agenda items for the meeting of the National Anomaly committee sent to NC JCM by Confederation vide No. Ref: Confdn/JCM NC/Anomaly/2016-19 Dated – 03.07.2017
Item 4 - DISADVANTAGE TO EMPLOYEES ON PROMOTION FROM ONE LEVEL TO ANOTHER LEVEL ON IMPLEMENTATION OF CCS (REVISED PAY) RULES 2016.
As per Rule 13 of CCS (Revised Pay) Rules 2016, the fixation of pay in case of promotion from one level to another level in the revised pay structure shall be made in the following manner, viz; - “One increment shall be given in the level from which the employee is promoted and he shall be placed at a cell equal to the figure so arrived at the level of the post to which he is promoted and if no such cell is available in the level to which promoted, he shall be placed at the next higher cell in that level.

Earlier, till 5th CPC (6th CPC grade pay introduced, so this issue will not come), when pay scales were in force in the place of Grade Pay system, pay on promotion from one scale to another scale was fixed by giving one increment in the lower pay scale from which the employee was promoted and he was placed at the next above stage in the higher scale (promoted scale) and if the figure so arrived after giving one increment in the lower scale was equal to the same stage in promoted scale, then he was being placed at immediate next stage in the higher (promoted) scale.
It is clear that earlier rule was not only more beneficial to the employees but also it make their promotion comparatively charming.

After implementation of 6th CPC grade pay system, there was no question of fixation of pay either at equal or at next stage due to grade pay and percentage increment, which was much beneficial to the employees on promotion/upgradation under MACPS from one grade to another grade.

In the existing Pay Matrix the stages are same in most of the level such as Level 2 & 3, 6 & 7, 7 & 8, 6& 8 etc. In this situation, if an employee is promoted/upgraded under MACPS from one level to another level, his pay will be almost same as he may draw even without promotion.

For example - An employee (like senior Accountant) working in Level – 6 (erstwhile grade pay 4200) and drawing pay of Rs.47600/- (cell-II in Level-6) with effect from 01.07.2016 after annual increment, if promoted under MACPs to Level-7 (erstwhile grade pay 4600) or promoted to the post of Asst. Accounts office (AAO) to the Level – 8 (erstwhile grade pay 4800) with effect from 01.04.2017, his pay will be fixed as under, as per Rule – 13 of CCs (RP) Rules 2016 –

1.Basic Pay in the Revised Pay Structure (Level-6)-47600
2.On upgradation under MACPS to Level – 7-49000
3.On Promotion to higher Level (AAO) Level – 8-49000
4.On drawing one increment (without any promotion
Or MACPS) in Level – 6-49000
It can be seen that there is no improvement on promotion/upgradation, which will adversely affect the morale of the employees leading to increase in number of declination (forgoing) of promotion.

Necessary amendment in the Rule – 13 that ___ “on promotion/upgradation of an employee, if stage/cell on pay fixation is equal in the promoted/upgraded level, he shall be placed at the next higher cell/stage in the promoted scale (Level)” __ may be made.

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Shri Sanjay Sharan (IPoS-1987), CPMG, Jammu & Kashmir Circle will hold the additional charge of the post of CPMG, Himachal Pradesh Circle in addition to his own duties

Shri Sanjay Sharan (IPoS-1987), CPMG, Jammu & Kashmir Circle will hold the additional charge of the post of CPMG, Himachal Pradesh Circle in addition to his own duties.

Instructions on booking of tickets from an agency other than the authorized Travel agents

7th CPC Pay Matrix: Anomaly in the application of Index Rationalization

Agenda item No. 7 for the meeting of the National Anomaly committee sent to NC JCM by Confederation vide No. Ref: Confdn/JCM NC/Anomaly/2016-19 Dated – 03.07.2017
Item – 7- ANOMALY IN THE APPLICATION OF INDEX RATIONALIZATION
In para 5.1.18 of its report, the 7th CPC has stated that the Level in the Pay Matrix would hence forth be the status determiner. In Para 5.1.19 it is stated that the index of rationalization has been applied from pay Band- 2 onwards on the premise that with the enhancement of levels from Pay Band – 2 onwards the role, responsibility and accountability increase at each step in the hierarchy and that the proposed pay structure reflects the same principle. It has further stated that hence, the existing entry pay at each level corresponding to successive grade pay in each Pay band from PB-2 onwards, has been enhanced by Index rationalization.

It is clear from the above that each level in the Pay Matrix with successive higher grade pay, is higher in status than the previous one in terms of role, responsibilities and accountability. But the 7th CPC has applied uniformly the same index to all the posts in PB-I (2.57) PB-II (2.62) and PB-III (2.67). By doing this the commission has contradicted its own statement in para 5.1.18 and 5.1.19 quoted above. By applying the same Index of 2.57 to all the posts in PB-I, 2.62 to all posts in PB-2 and 2.67 to all posts in PB-3, the Commission has implied that all the posts in each of the Pay Bands 1, 2 and 3 carry the same duties, responsibilities and accountability, which is wrong, anomalous and unjust as the successively higher posts in each Pay Band with higher Grade Pay are at higher level in the Pay Matrix, carrying higher duties and responsibilities, Logically, higher ratinalisation indices should have been applied to the higher posts in each of the Pay Bands, including PB-I.

Due to this the higher posts in PB-I to 3 has suffered a reduction in pay and pension which is unjust and goes against the basic principle laid down in paras 5.1.18 and 5.1-19 of the report of the Commission. This injustice and anomaly should be removed.

Un settled anomaly on MACP granting issue to some cadre even 7th CPC implementations

Modified Assured career progression Scheme (MACP) for central govt. civilian employees counted from 
 (1) on completion of 10,20 and 30 years of service – for Direct entry grade.
(2) spent 10 years continuously in the same grade- pay.
Let us discuss MACP - with two cases one is for direct entry and other is Promotion case (LDCE) in Postal dept.

CASE:01 : Direct entry ( Through Exam):
Let Mr.X joined in postal dept . as Postal Assistant (PA) as direct candidate on 27.4.1997 grade pay is Rs. 2400/- let he has not get any promotions till date. 
1. DOE: 27.04.1997 : G.pay: 2400
2. MACP- I : 01.09.2008 ( implementation of MACP date) : G.pay: Rs.2800/-
3. MACP-II : 27.04.2017 ( let he has nil n.q.s.) (20 YEARS OF Q.S) : G.Pay ; Rs.4200/-
4. MACP-III 27.04.2027 ( 10 YEARS FROM MACP-II OR 30 YEARS OF Q.S): G.pay.Rs.4600/-

CASE:02 : Promotion through departmental exam from Postman to PA:-
Let Mr.Y joined in the dept. as Postman on 01.01.1992 g.pay Rs. 2000. He got promotion as Postal Assistant (PA) on 27.04.1997 g.pay Rs.2800/- Let he has not get any other promotions till date.
  1. DOE; 01.01.1997 (Postman) : Gpay: 2000
  2. Promotion (PA): 27.04.1997: MACP-I (first promotion taken as Macp-i) : G.pay: 2400
  3. MACP:II : 01.09.2008 ( implementation of MACP ) ; G.pay; Rs. 2800/-
  4. MACP-III ; 01.09.2018 : ( after 10 years spent in same grade pay); G.pay: Rs 4200/-
  5. 27.04.2017 :; No further MACP:
Even in 7th CPC implementations this heavy Loss causes to many promo tees not settled. when a person got promotion even having same service on par with other direct candidates facing heavy loss under MACP fixations. The stagnation of pay should be settled. //by: M.S.Reddy: ex –Accountant (PO&RMS): Hyderabad-73

Consolidated Issue and Solution for MM 7.9.8 and Speed Net 4.5 Update 1

1. RPC issue solution

2. MSDTC :
Go to services.msc
Distributed transactions co.ordinator .
Right click ⇄Properties
Start up type : Automatically
Click Start  >Apply >OK

3. Speed fetching issue :
Open SQL server right click on server name click on facet tham select surface area config than set adhoc remote service true then ok
4. Speed Bag closing issue

5. Speed bo articles day end issue solution :

6. Point of Sale receipt printing issue and CEPT Solution:

Replace exe
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7. Account head not reflect in Sub Account
Go to Subtreasury Database and open subaccfield link table and mark as False in CGST and SGST Insurance and respect of BO

Speed 4.5 update 1 BO remark day end issue solution exl from cept

BHADRAK POSTAL DIVISION IS A EXAMPLE FOR CLEANING PLACE IS A SAFE PLACE

Customer service workflow and cleanliness at Bhadrak Head Post Office ( Odisha Postal Circle)

FAQs on Goods and Services Tax (GST)

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