Thursday, February 07, 2019

7th CPC Bunching of Stages of Pay- Illustration on the fitment tables prepared by the 6th CPC: DoE OM dated 07.02.2019

7th CPC Bunching of Stages of Pay- Illustration on the fitment tables prepared by the 6th CPC: DoE OM dated 07.02.2019
The examples taken from the fitment Chart prepared by the 6th Pay Commission

Example 1:
Then existing scale = 8,000-275-13 ,500 6th CPC Scale PB-3 (15,600 - 39,100)
+ Grade Pay = Rs.5,400/-

Stages in pre-2006 scale Pay fixation without bunching Pay fixed as per fitment chart of 6th CPC Remarks
Pay in Pay Band (1.74
factor)
Grade Pay
1st 8,000 15,600 5,400 21,000 21,000 This illustration in the fitment table given by the 6th CPC brings out that if 3 consecutive stages of pay in the pay scale obtaining prior to 1.1.2006 are bunched based on the formula for fixation of pay, then the benefit of bunching was to be given at the 3rd stage, i.e, at the pre-revised pay of Rs.8,550.
2nd 8,275 15,600 5,400 21,000 21,000
3rd 8,550 15,600 5,400 21,000 21,390

Example 2:
 
Then existing scale = 14,300-450-22,400 6th CPC Scale PB-4 (39,200-67 ,000)
+ Grade Pay = Rs.9,000/ -

Stages in pre-2006 scale Pay fixation without bunching Pay fixed as per fitment chart of 6th CPC Remarks
Pay in Pay Band (1.74
factor)
Grade Pay
1st 14,300 39,200 9,000 48,200 48,200 Same as in above example
2nd 14,750 39,200 9,000 48,200 48,200
3rd 15,200 39,200 9,000 48,200 49,180

Annexure II: 7th CPC Bunching of Stages of Pay- Examples from the Fitment Table as per MoF. DoE OM dt. 30.8.2008 Click to View

Bunching of stages of pay in the pre-7th CPC pay scales consequent upon fixation of pay in the revised pay scales based on 7th CPC-Clarifications : Department of Expenditure

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Recruitment Rules for Inspector Posts : Gazette Notification dtd 05.02.2019


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FAQ ON LEAVE FOR CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES

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DoPT letter No. 21011/08 / 2013-Estt(AL) (7 pages)

CLICK HERE  FOR DETAILS AND COPY OF THE LETTER

Demands of the Central Government Employees

Demands of the Central Government Employees

Main issues of increasing Minimum Wage, Fitment Formula as well as announcing Guaranteed Pension at par with the Old Pension Scheme

Shiva Gopal Mishra
Secretary
National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
for Central Government Employees
13C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi - 110001
E-Mail : nc.jcm.np@gmail.com
No.NC-JCM-2019/CS(PM)
Dated: February 1, 2019

The Cabinet Secretary,
Government of India,
Rastrapati Bhawan,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

Sub:

As you are aware that the Central Government employees are in quite anguish as agitating various issues since 1st January 2016 after submission of report of the 7th CPC. In the Standing Committee, JCM Staff Side have raised many issues which are still unresolved, the National Council is not taking place since more than a decade, the Standing Committee also not called since one year. The various Government employees are agitated and are demonstrating on the Charter of Demands submitted to you as well as Group of Ministers, headed by Hon'ble Home Minister on 30th June 2016.

Main issues of increasing Minimum Wage, Fitment Formula as well as announcing Guaranteed Pension at par with the Old Pension Scheme are creating lots of anguish in the mind of the Central Government Employees.

The JCM Staff Side feels that the Government have no priority for redressal of the grievances of Central Government employees which is a very serious trend and machinery of the JCM have become defunct.

We hope being the Chairman of National Council - JCM, you should immediately call a meeting of JCM and issue necessary instructions to Secretary DOPT and other Secretaries of other departments of Government of India to co-operate with the Staff Side and have regular meetings of National Council / Departmental Council JCM meetings as prescribed as per scheduled.

Thanking you,
Sincerely Yours,
sd/-
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
National Council (JCM)


Copy to: The Secretary Department of Personnel & Training, North Block – for information and necessary action.

Copy to: The Jt. Secretary(Estt.), Govt. of India – for information and necessary action.

Source: http://ncjcmstaffside.com/

Implementation of functioning of India Post Payment Bank : NAPE Gr- C GS letter to Secretary to stop the IPPB target harassment

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EXPECTED DA JULY 2019

No. 5/1/2018-CPI
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT
LABOUR BUREAU

`CLEREMONT’, SHIMLA-171004
DATED: 31st January, 2019
Press Release

Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) — December, 2018

The All-India CPI-IW for December, 2018 decreased by 1 point and pegged at 301 (three hundred and one). On 1-month percentage change, it decreased by (-) 0.33 per cent between November, 2018 and December, 2018 when compared with the decrease of (-) 0.69 per cent for the corresponding months of last year.

The maximum downward pressure to the change in current index came from Food group contributing (-) 1.38 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Onion, Banana, Coconut, Lemon, Brinjal, Cabbage, Chillies Green, Carrot, Cauliflower, French Bean, Palak, Peas, Potato, Radish, Tomato, Sugar, Cooking Gas, Petrol, etc. are responsible for the decrease in index. However, this decrease was checked by Fish Fresh, Poultry (Chicken), Tea (Readymade), E.S.I. Contribution Premium, Repair Charges (Bicycle), etc., putting upward pressure on the index.

The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-IW stood at 5.24 per cent for December, 2018 as compared to 4.86 per cent for the previous month and 4.00 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at (-) 0.96 per cent against (-) 1.57 per cent of the previous month and 4.32 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.

At centre level Munger Jamalpur, Tripura and Doom-Dooma Tinsukia reported the maximum decrease of (6 points each) followed by Ranchi Hatia, Lucknow and Kanpur (5 points each). Among others, 4 points decrease was observed in 3 centres, 3 points in 7 centres, 2 points in 16 centres and 1 point in 13 centres. On the contrary, Salem recorded a maximum increase of 6 points followed by Jalpaiguri (5 points). Among others, 2 points increase was observed in 4 centres and 1 point in 12 centres. Rest of the 15 centres’ indices remained stationary.

The indices of 36 centres are above All-India Index and 41 centres’ indices are below national average. The index of Chandigarh centre remained at par with All-India Index.

The next issue of CPI-IW for the month of January, 2019 will be released on Thursday, 28th February, 2019. The same will also be available on the office website www.labourbureaunew.gov.in.

(AMRIT LAL JANGID)
DEPUTY DIRECTOR

Source:http://labourbureaunew.gov.in/Press_Note_CPI_IW_DEC_2018_EH.pdf

Roll out of BOs where GDS BPM is not regular and ABPM is regular [IPPB]

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