Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Expected DA July 2015 - Aicpin for the month of May 2015

No. 5/1/2015- CPI
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT
LABOUR BUREAU

CLEREMONT’, SHIMLA-171004
DATED: 30th June, 2015

Press Release

Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) – May, 2015

The All-India CPI-1W for May, 2015 increased by 2 points and pegged at 258 (two hundred and fifty eight). On 1-month percentage change, it increased by (+) 0.78 per cent between April, 2015 and May. 2015 when compared with the increase of(+) 0.83 per cent between the same two months a year ago.

The maximum upward pressure to the change in current index came from Food group contributing (+) 1.96 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Rice, Arhar Dal, Gram Dal, Masur Dal, Moong Dal, Urd Dal, Groundnut Oil, Mustard Oil, Fish Fresh, Goat Meat, Poultry (Chicken). Onion, Vegetable items, Electricity Charges, Petrol, Tailoring Charges, etc. are responsible for the increase in index. However, this increase was restricted by Wheat. Wheat Atta. Gourd, Torai, Lady’s Finger, Mango, Sugar, Bus Fare, etc., putting downward pressure on the index.

The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-1W stood at 5.74 per cent for May, 2015 as compared to 5.79 per cent for the previous month and 7.02 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at 5.99 per cent against 5.68 per cent of the previous month and 7.66 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.

At centre level, Mercara, Bokaro, Coonoor, Belgaum and Madurai reported the highest increase of 8 points each followed by Tiruchirapally (7 points). Among others. 6 points increase was observed in 4 centres. S points in 5 centres. 4 points in 12 centres, 3 points in 9 centres. 2 points in 10 centres and 1 point in 15 centres. On the contrary, Srinagar and Rangapara Tezpur centres recorded a maximum decrease of 3 points each followed by Darjeeting (2 points). Among others. 1 point decrease was observed in 4 centres. Rest of the 10 centres’ indices remained stationary.

The indices of 37 centres are above All India Index and other 40 centres’ indices are below national average. The index of Tiruchirapally is at par with all-India index.

The next index of CPI-IW for the month of June, 2015 will be released on Friday. 31st July. 2015. The same will also be available on the office website www.Iabourbureau.gov. in.

Sd/-
(S.S.NEGl)
DEPUTY DIRECOR GENERAL

Source: http://www.labourbureau.gov.in/Press_Note_Eng_May_2015.pdf
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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Grant of age concession to the Persons with Disabilities for direct recruitment to civil posts/services under the Central Government – Dopt Orders.

F.No.15012/1/2003-Estt.(D)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel  & Training

North Block, New Delhi,
dated the 29th June, 2015

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Grant of age concession to the Persons with Disabilities suffering from (a) blindness or ow vision, (b) hearing impairment and (c) locomotor disability or cerebral palsy for direct recruitment to civil posts/services under the Central Government.

The undersigned is directed to say that the following age concessions have been provided to physically handicapped persons for recruitment under the Central Government:

(i) Provision of ten years concession in upper age limit for Group C and D posts filled through employment exchanges issued vide O.M.No.15012/6/77-Estt.(D) dated 28.1.1978;

(ii) Provision of five years’ concession in upper age limit (10 years for SC/ST, 8 years for OBC) for recruitment to Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ posts otherwise than through Open Competitive Examination issued vide O.M.No.15012/5/92-Estt.(D) dated 27.7.1995; and

(iii) Provision of ten years concession in upper age limit (15 years for SC/ST, 13 years for OBC) for recruitment to Group A, B, C and D Civil Posts/Services filled through Open Competitive Examination issued vide O.M.No.43019/28/86-Estt.(D) dated 1.2.1999.

2. The question of prescribing uniform age-concession for direct recruitment to all Civil Posts/Services under the Central Government has since been examined and in supersession of the OMs referred to at (i), (ii) and (iii) above, the following has been decided:

Age relaxation of 10 years (15 years for SC/ST and 13 years for OBC candidates) in upper age limit shall be allowed to persons suffering from (a) blindness or low vision, (b) hearing impairment and (c) locomotor disability or cerebral palsy in case of direct recruitment to all civil posts/services under the Central Government identified suitable to be held by persons with such disabilities, subject to the condition that maximum age of the applicant on the crucial date shall not exceed 56 years.

(ii) The age concession to the persons with disabilities shall be admissible irrespective of the fact whether the post is reserved for person with disabilities or not, provided the post is identified suitable for the relevant category of disability. This provision will not apply to the Civil Services Examination, in respect of which the List of Services Identified suitable for Physically Disabled Category along with’ the Physical Requirements and Functional Classifications is notified separately.

(iii) Relaxation of age limit would be permissible to such persons who have a minimum of 40% disability.

(iv) The definitions of above categories of disabilities, for the purpose of age relaxation, will be same as given in this Department’s O.M. No. 36035/3/2004-Estt(Reservation) dated 29th December 2005.

(v) If a person with disability is entitled to age concession by virtue of being a Central Government employee, concession to him/her will be admissible either as a ‘person with disability’ or as a ‘Central Government employee’ whichever may be more beneficial to him/her. This provision will not apply to the Civil Services Examination, which is governed by the Civil Services Examination Rules, published annually.

(vi) Provisions of this O.M. will not be applicable to a post/service for which other specific provision regarding age relaxation is made by notification.

3. The Ministries/Departments are advised to ensure invariably that while sending the requisition to the UPSC/SSC and other recruitment agencies for direct recruitment posts by selection, they should clearly mention in the requisition the category of person(s) with disabilities suitable for the post(s) in question. No change or modification in identified post(s) for physically disabled persons with respect to an Examination, intimated after the Notification of that Examination, shall be acceptable.

4. These instructions come into effect from the date of their issue.

Sd/-
(Mukta Goel)
Director (E.I)

Source:http://www.persmin.nic.in/DOPT.asp
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Monday, June 29, 2015

Non-payment of HRA, Transport Allowance etc.,

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)

 No.   E(NG)II/2015/RC-1/Genl./2

                          New Delhi, dated 04.06.2015

The  General Secretary, NFIR,
3, Chelmsford Road,
New  Delhi  –  100055.

Sub: Non-payment   of   HRA,   Transport Allowance   etc.,   to   Trainees appointed  on  compassionate  grounds   in  Grade   Pay  1900/-  in artisan   category etc-reg.

The undersigned is directed  to  refer to your  letter No.II-1A/N’FIR/Pt.19 dated 16.10.2014  on  the  above  subject   and  to state  that  the  matter   has  already   been examined   by  the  Board  and suitably   advised  to  All  Indian   Railways  & Production unit.  A copy  has already   been  endorsed  to  GS/NFIR  vide  this office  letter  of  even number  dated 23.04.2015.    (copy  enclosed)

DA: As above.

Yours sincerely,

For Secretary/Railway Board.

Source: NFIR
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Stoppage of Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) being paid to the Central Government employees

No.S.14025/09/2013-MS
Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated 24th June, 2015

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Stoppage of Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) being paid to the Central Government employees working in the interior/remote areas and their governance under CS(MA) Rules, 1944.

Reference is invited to OM No.S-14020/1/88-MS dated 17.07.1990 in which fixed medical allowance to the tune of Rs.25/- per month was granted to employee working in the interior/remote areas where no Authorized Medical Attendant was available within a radius of 5 kms, which was subsequently revised to the tune of Rs.100/- per month vide OM F.No.14025/33/98-MS dated 18.01.1999.

2. On receiving a proposal from Ministry of Defence on the issue of medical reimbursement to employees who are in receipt of Fixed Medical Allowance, the matter was examined in the Ministry in consultation with Department of Expenditure and Department of Personnel & Training.

3. It has now been decided to stop the above mentioned Fixed Medical Allowance. Henceforth, the Central Government employees residing in interior/remote areas will be governed by the extant rules as laid down under CS(MA) Rules, 1944.

4. This O.M. will be effective from the date of issue. After issuance of this OM, the above mentioned O.Ms i.e. O.M. No.S-14020/1/88-MS dated 17.07.1990 and O.M. F.No.14025/33/98-MS dated 18.01.1999, stand withdrawn.

5. This issues with the concurrence of the Department of Personnel & Training and Department of Expenditure.

Sd/-
(Bindu Tewari)
Director

Source:http://msotransparent.nic.in/cghsnew/index.asp
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Employment News Weekly update – Recruitment in Railways and RBI

Employment News has uploaded another fresh list of vacancies in Central Govt Sector for Indian job seekers. This time Railway Board and Reserve Bank of India. More than 2000 vacancies in Railways and 500 vacancies in RBI…

1. Railway Recruitment Board
Name of Post –unior Engineer, Depot Material Superintendent, Chemical & Metallurgical Assistant, Sr. Section Engineer and Chief Depot Material Superintendent.
No. of Vacancies – Over 2000
Last Date – 26.07.2015

2. Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai
Name of Post – Professor cum Principal, Assistant Professor, Technical Officer, Officer-in-charge etc.
No. of Vacancies – 22
Last Date – 03.07.2015

3. Reserve Bank of India
Name of Post – Assistants
No. of Vacancies – 504
Last Date – 03.07.2015

4. Central University of Jammu, J&K
Name of Post-Finance Officer, Librarian, Deputy Librarian, Public, Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, etc.
Agrovet Service Representatives
No. of Vacancies – 39
Last Date –15.07.2015

5. National Technical Research Organisation
Name of Post – Scientist ‘G’, Chief Engineer, Deputy Director of Accounts, Assistant Director of Accounts, Accounts Officer, Technical Officer, etc.
No. of Vacancies – 159
Last Date–before 45 days from the date of publication

6. Janki Devi Memorial College, Delhi
Name of Post– Assistant Professor
No. of Vacancies – 54
Last Date–within 21 days from the date of publication.

Source : www.employmentnews.gov.in
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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Finalization of the 7th pay commission report is underway, no further meetings in future

Finalization of the 7th pay commission report is underway, no further meetings in future

Further to the memoranda received from a variety of Organisations, Federations, Groups representing civil employees in the Government of India as also from the Defence Services, the Commission has had fruitful and wide ranging discussions on relevant issues with all stakeholders. Such interactions have now been concluded. Valuable inputs have been received and the work of compilation and finalization of the report is underway, so that the Commission completes its task in the time frame given to it. Accordingly, any future requests for meeting with the Commission will not be entertained.

source-http://7cpc.india.gov.in/
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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

CSD Purchase Entitlement for Car, Bike, TV, WM and Refrigerator for All Categories - CSD Guidelines on June 2015

CSD Purchase Entitlement for Car, Bike, TV, WM and Refrigerator for all categories - CSD Guidelines on June 2015

GUIDELINES FOR PURCHASE OF FOUR / TWO WHEELERS & OTHER AFD-I ITEMS

ENTITLEMENT FOR FOUR WHEELERS:

PURCHASE-OF-FOUR-TWO-WHEELERS-CSD

Entitlement for AFD-I items other than car (refrig, tv, w/machine, two wheelers etc.)

For all categories after every three years.

Procedure for purchase of four wheelers:

Customer who wishes to purchase four wheelers through CSD must obtain sanction from the office of Deputy Director General Canteen Services (DDGCS), QMG Branch, New Delhi in the prescribed application form.
Obtain availability certificate from the dealer.

On receipt of approval letter from DDGCS, QMG Branch New Delhi submit prescribed application (CSD Depot Indent form) at the concerned depot alongwith availability certificate and payment in the form of DD or RTGS/NEFT.

Other documents required at the depot for verification in addition to copy of car sanction letter from DDGCS, QMG Branch.

CSD depot indent form duly countersigned by Commanding Officer of the unit for serving personnel or by Station Commander or Dy Director of Zila Sainik Board for Ex-Servicemen.

Car sanction letter from DDGCS office, QMG Branch.

Copy of PAN card/ Form 16.

Copy of driving license (relaxable for retired PBORs & Senior citizens)

Certified copy of paybook bearing entry with regard to purchase of car (applicable only for serving JCOs/OR and equivalents).

Certificate from the CO/OC of Unit confirming that financial position of the applicant allows to purchase a car (applicable only for serving JCOs/OR and equivalents).

PPO/Discharge book/Release Order (for ESM).

Any other document as prescribed under the respective State Govt. notification.This is essential since State Govts while extending VAT relaxation prescribe specific documents to be submitted.

Address proof.

Procedure for purchase of two wheelers & other AFD I items:

Entitled customer can purchase the items from CSD depots on submission of prescribed application form duly filled in alongwith payment either by DD or RTGS/NEFT. No prior sanction is required for two wheelers and other AFD I items from QMG’s Branch.

Miscellaneous points

DD to be drawn in favour of “Canteen Stores Department, Public Fund Account (Main) from any nationalized bank payable at the station of CSD depot. Prior to making the bank draft latest rates should be confirmed from the concerned depot/ dealer as these are subject to change. For approximate rates please go to product search on the Home Page of this website.

On submission of application and payment, concerned depot will release documents such as OR, Sale letter, Supply Order, Authority letter etc.

These documents have to be submitted to the concerned dealer for effecting delivery of the item.

Payment for registration and insurance will be made to the dealer and not to CSD depot.

For additional accessories, customer has to bear the expenses.

In case a vehicle has a waiting list in the civil market, the same should be booked with a dealer who is affiliated with CSD, with minimum booking amount as decided by the manufacturer. Full payment can be made with CSD depot once the vehicle is available and the dealer issues an availability certificate. Advance booking of the vehicle with the civil dealer will be governed by the rules as promulgated by the manufacturer/dealer. This will save unnecessary blockage of funds.

No payment is to be made on account of CSD handling charges/ logistic charges to the dealer.

Price will be charged as applicable at the time of delivery of item.

No interest will be paid by CSD or by the dealer for late delivery of the vehicle.

Business hours of CSD depots vary so please contact CSD depot concerned to ascertain transaction timings.

No transactions are entertained on Sundays and Holidays.

Source : www.csdindia.gov.in
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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Demand of staff side to increase the subscription and the Insurance coverage – NC JCM

Feedback of NC JCM meeting with 7th Pay Commission

Shiva Gopal Mishra
Secretary

Ph: 23382286
National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi – 110001
E-Mail: nc.jcm.ni@gmail.com

No.NC/JCM/2015

Dated: June 15, 2015

All Constituent Organisations of

National Council(JCM)

Dear Comrades,

As indicated in our last circular letter, the final meeting with the 7th CPC was hled on 9.6.2015. Earlier on 8th afternoon, the Staff side had met separately to chalk out the course of negotiations. The National JCA also met on the same day. The National Anomaly Committee met on 9th June, 2015 at 3.00 pm under the Chairmanship of Joint Secretary (E) Department of Personnel at Room No. 72 North Block, New Delhi. We give hereunder a brief synopsis of the discussions at all the meetings.

1. Meeting with 7thCPC

The following Staff Side members were present at the Meeting:- Com. M. Raghavaiah(Leader Staff Side – NFIR), Com. Shiva Gopal Mishra(Secretary, Staff Side-AIRF), Com. Guman Singh, Com. R.P. Bhatnagar and Com. B.C. Sharma(all from NFIR), Com. Rakhal Dasgupta, Com. J.R. Bhosale (AIRF), Com. KKN Kutty, Com. M.S. Raja and Com. M. Krishnan (from Confederation and NFPE), Com. Srikumar and Com. R.N. Pathak(from AIDEF) Com. Srinivasan and Com. Surjeet Singh( From INDWF).

(a) Date of Effect – The Chairman has made it clear that the Commission would recommend 1.1.2016 as the date of effect of their recommendations. The Commission would finalise its report by end of August and would submit the same to the Government thereafter. They would adopt Dr. Aykroyd formula for the computation of the Minmum wage. To the specific query made by the Staff Side, the Commission said that they would factor the probable increase In the rate of retail prices of the commodities and would arrive at the minimum wage as on 1.1.2016. There had been no reply to the loss of wages to the employees due to the erosion of the real value of wages as there was no interim relief or benefit accrued from the merger of DA. These demands, therefore, stand rejected.

(b) Increase in the insurance coverage in cases of death in harness – The Staff Side recalled the assurance held out by the Commission earlier to have the actuarial assessed by an expert agency to accede to the demand of the staff side to increase the subscription and the insurance coverage. The Staff Side was of the opinion that their suggestion to share the subscription in the ratio of 3:7 was reasonable but in the absence of an expert study, the Government might not accept the same. The commission said that they would explore the possibility of such an assessment by the LIC before finalization of the report.

(c) Fitment Formula – The Commission might accept the suggestion made by the Staff Side in respect of fitment formula with requisite change in the ratio on the basis of the quantum of minimum wage determined.

(d) In the matters of rate of increment, quantum of allowances etc. – The Commission did not come out clearly of their thinking in the matter.

(e) Parity in Pension entitlement of the past and present pensioners – The Commission is yet to make up its mind on the suggestion made by the staff side in the matter. They however said that almost all the Pensioners organizations which met the Commission had pleaded for this and the same is linked with the one rank one pension demand of the Armed forces personnel.

(f) MACP Scheme – The difficulties and anomalies pointed out by the Staff Side and various other organizations have been taken note of by the Commission. The Commission assured to evolve a methodology to resolve the problem.

(g) Opposition to the induction of casual/daily rated workers and contractorisation – The Commission said that they were opposed to the unfair practice of exploitation of labour. For jobs which are of perennial and permanent character, regular workers must be recruited, the Commission added and that would obviate the need for outsourcing and contractorisation. Since most of the outsourced jobs do not require any academic qualification, the Commission was of the opinion that the revival of Group D cadre would help to address the issue. However, the Commission stated that if only the staff side sends in a communication in writing, the Commission would be able to make any recommendation in the matter. The Staff Side reiterated that they are totally opposed to outsourcing, induction of casual workers and contractorisation and the same has been made explicit in their memorandum.

(h) Parity in the pay scales between the personnel in the Central Sectt and those in the subordinate establishments – The Commission stated that they have appreciated the stand taken by the Staff Side in the matter. The Commission was non committal on other issues raised by the Staff Side members.

2. National Anomaly Committee meeting

The meeting was held at Room No. 72 North Block, under the Chairmanship of J.S(E) Department of Personnel and Training. In the initial remarks, the Staff side raised the following issues.

(a) Though the official side had promised to provide an action taken statement on all issues in the National Council, the same has not been supplied;

(b) No date for the National Council is indicated.

(c) No indication of the steps taken to convene the Departmental Councils. The official side had assured of the convening of the Departmental Council of the Ministry of Finance in the last meeting. However, the staff side has not been apprised of any date so far.

(d) Abnormal delay in replying to the references made to the Ministry of Finance, Department of Personnel from the Railways and other Ministries.

(e) The necessity to increase the ceiling limit of the rebate in Incometax for the allowances given to the Loco Pilots.

(f) Non-adherence to the GOI instructions by the Defence Ministry in certain matters.

The Official Side stated that the Action taken Statement was almost ready but for certain comments from Certain departments. The same would be sent to the staff Side and another meeting held to discuss the course of action required on items where no agreement could be reached. The JS (per) stated that some of the references received from the Railways had been sent back to them for clarification before a final decision is taken. Regarding increase in the rebate ceiling under the Income tax Act, the matter would be referred to the revenue department and requested the staff side to appreciate that the same has to be

considered in a wider perspective. Thereafter the agenda items, which had not been discussed even once were taken up.

(i) Anomaly in the Pay Band and Grade Pay assigned to the Group B Officers of the Audit, Income Tax, Accounts, Central Excise and Customs and Postal Departments. (Agenda Item No. 1 and 8 taken together.) Despite agreeing that there existed an anomaly in the matter, the official side expressed their inability to proceed further in the matter as the Group B Officers were beyond the ambit of the JCM scheme. However, they agreed that the Govt. would submit take up the issue specifically with the 7th CPC. Com. Shiva Gopal Mishra said that the Govt. must consider a JCM set up for the promote officers as their cases are not heard or discussed at any other forum. Com. Kutty said that the items were introduced as early as in 2009 and it was not correct on the part of the official side to state that the same would be referred to the 7th CPC. Normally the Pay Commission would not entertain to consider the anomalies of the earlier Commissions. However, after some discussions, it was concluded that the Govt. must take up the issue with the 7th CPC, in spite of the fact that the Commission has almost reached its concluding stage.

(ii) Anomaly in the pay and Grade Pay of Data Processing Assistants Grade A.. The official side did not agree with the contention that the assigning of higher grade pay to certain categories of officers (7450-11500 and Grade Pay4600) was arbitrary. The Government, they added, had acted upon the recommendation of the 6th CPC. They also said that only in those cases where the pre-revised pay scales were in 6500-10500 such up-gradation had been made. In the case of DPA Grade A, they were in the pre revised scale of pay of Rs. 5500-9000.

(iii) Item No.3. Grant of Grade pay of Rs. 4200 to Lab Technicians. The official side said that the orders have been issued in the matter.

(iv) Item No.4. Up-gradation of Pay Band and Grade pay of LDCs and UDCs.

The Staff Side made the following points in support of the item:-

(a) The Grade pay of Rs. 1900 assigned to LDCs by the 6th CPC was without any logic and without appreciating the existing vertical relativity between Group D and LDCs and LDCs and UDCs.

(b) While creating the non functional grade in the grade pay of Rs. 4200 in the Central Secretariat, the Department of Personnel, which is the nodal department for all matters concerning the common categories, did not extend the benefit to the UDCs in the Subordinate offices.

(c) The Staff side also pointed out the Department while restructuring the cadre of stenographers in the Central Sectt. earlier, had extended the benefit to all Stenographers in the subordinate offices.

The official side stated that it was not possible for them to address the issue, whatever may be its justification in the background of the setting up of the 7th CPC. They however, assured to make a reference specifically to the Commission.

(v) Item No.5. Senior Clerks in DMS to be assigned grade pay of Rs. 4200. The matter was stated to be sub-judice. Staff Side, however, stated that, with the change in Recruitment Rules, they should brought at par with the Railways.

(vi) Item No. 6 and 12. The two agenda items being identical were take up together. The Staff side pointed out the glaring discrimination in the matter. They also stated that the number of employees involved is very small. On behalf of the Postal Department it was stated that the recruitment qualification in the

Postal Department was VIII Standard and ITI whereas in other establishment, the academic qualification stipulated was X Standard. The Staff side contested the same pointing out that no person is entitled to be admitted to ITI without having X standard qualification. They pointed out that the merger of Artisan Grade I and Charge hand was the root cause of the problem. The official side took the stand that in any case the anomaly cannot be removed at this stage and have to wait till the 7th CPC recommendations are made.

(vii) Item No. 7. Parity in pay scales between the Central Sectt. and subordinate offices. The official side said that the up-gradation of the pay scale of Central Sectt. Assistants were on well found grounds. The Government had considered the repercussion of the said decision and therefore, the decision is not possible to be either reversed or extended to any other category of employees. They added that perhaps the 7th CPC before whom the matter is already agitated by the employees organizations of the subordinate offices might take a decision in the matter.

(viii) Item No. 9 and 10. Higher grade pay for Medical Assistants and Store keepers. The Defence Ministry was asked to submit a detailed note to the Ministry of Finance indicating the duties and responsibilities assigned as also the recruitment qualifications stipulated in the RR to enable them to reconsider the issue.

(ix) Children Educational Allowance for any two children. The official side stated that the deviation made in identifying the eldest two children was consciously done taking into account the National Population policy and various other factors and is not likely to be changed. Regarding the claim for reimbursement of expenses incurred in the nursery class, as such institutions or classes are not linked to any Educational Boards, the official side said that they would look into the matter with a view to find a solution thereof.

Comradely yours,

Sd/-
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary (Staff Side) NC/JCM & Convener

Source: NC JCM Staff Side
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Merger of DA with Pay and Interim Relief – National JCA Meeting held on 8.6.2015

Denial of interim relief and the benefit of merger of DA with Pay must be viewed very seriously – NC JCM
NATIONAL JOINT COUNCIL OF ACTION
4, State Entry Road New Delhi–110055

No.NJCA/2015

Dated: June 15, 2015

All the Members of the NJCA,

Dear Comrades,

Sub: National JCA Meeting held on 8th June

The National JCA, which met at the Staff Side Office on 8th June, 2015, took note of the fact that quite a few states are yet to hold the State Level Conventions. The meeting also noted that the strike decision taken on 28th April, 2015 has not been percolated down to the rank and file of the workers. The meeting wanted the affiliate to realize that the denial of the demand for wage revision to be effective from 01.01.2014 and the consequent denial of interim relief and the benefit of merger of DA with Pay must be viewed very seriously as the said decision will have far reaching consequence. The Government would discard the age old practice of grant of I.R. and merger of DA forever. It has decided to appeal to all the affiliates to chalk out independent programmes of actions in the months to come and to carry out the same in all seriousness so that the employees become fully aware of the possible outcome of the 7th CPC. The Chairman and Convenor of the National JCA will get in touch with those States, where the convention has not been held so far. The meeting decided to convey to members that the minimum wage computation, in the given situation would be on an imaginary basis. The National JCA was of the opinion that a meeting of all office bearers of the participating organizations must be convened at Delhi somewhere in the month of July to chalk out programmes of action to be pursued by the CGEs together. It was informed at the meeting that both Defence and Railways would be taking their strike ballot and would be concluded in the first week of October. The meeting, therefore, decided to advise the other units to chalk out progammes of action in July so that an ambience of struggle could be created. The NJCA also took note of the painful fact that despite assurances, Government was not convening the National Council and Departmental Councils and the JCM has been allowed to become defunct. The National JCA in conclusion decided to appeal to all affiliates to take concrete steps to invigorate the joint movement of the Central Government employees and meet the challenge that is likely to arise on receipt of the recommendations of the 7th CPC by creating an atmosphere of Unity, and determination to carry out the call of indefinite strike action scheduled to commence on 23rd November, 2015.

With greetings,

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary (Staff Side)
NC JCM & Convener

Source: www.ncjcmstaffside.com
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Monday, June 22, 2015

Contributory Pension Scheme – Allotment of Contributory Pension Scheme Numbers to existing employees/newly joined employees – Further instructions - Regarding.

Finance (PGC) Department,
Secretariat, Chennai-600 009.

Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013-32, dated: 17.06.2015
From
Thiru. K.Shanmugam I.A.S.,
Principal Secretary to Government.

To
All Secretaries to Government
All Departments of Secretariat.

Sir,

Sub: Pension – Contributory Pension Scheme – Allotment of Contributory Pension Scheme Numbers to existing employees/newly joined employees – Further instructions - Regarding.

Ref:1. G.O.(Ms)No.259, Finance (Pension) Department, dated 06.8.2003.

 2. From the Director of Treasuries and Accounts, Letter No.4519/2013/E3, dated 21.4.2014.

 3. Government Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013, dated 2.5.14

4. Representation from the Tamil Nadu Government Officials’ Union dated 21/5/2014.

 5. Government Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013, dated 23.05.14

 6. Representation from Tamil Nadu Government Officials’ Union date 9.9.14.

 7. Government Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013-22, dated 11.9.2014.

 8. Government Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013, dated 05.12.14.

 9.From the DTA, Chennai-15 lr RC.No.4519/2013/CPS/P3, dated 11.3.15.

 10.Government Letter No.63734/FS/T/PGC/2013, dated 24.03.2015.

 11.From the DTA, Chennai-15 lr No.4519/2013/NPS/, dated 29.5.15.

I am to invite your attention to the reference cited.

2. In the Government Order First cited, Government have introduced the Contributory Pension Scheme to Tamil Nadu State Government Employees with effect from 1.4.2003.

3. In the reference Third, Fifth and Seventh cited, necessary instructions were issued extending the time limit for admitting the pay bills of the existing employees and the newly joined employees covered under Contributory Pension Scheme without Contributory Pension Scheme Index Number and in the reference tenth cited, the period was last extended upto May 2015. 

4. In the reference eleventh cited, Director of Treasuries and Accounts has furnished the present position of allotment of Contributory Pension Scheme Index Numbers and Missing Credit details and has stated that some applications are being processed.

5. The Government has therefore, decided that the period of acceptance of the pay bills of the employees/teachers for whom Contributory Pension Scheme Number have not been assigned be extended for a further period of 3 months i.e. upto AUGUST 2015, to complete the entire process of assigning Contributory Pension Scheme Numbers. (Excluding those employees who have already filed Writ petitions seeking to continue them in the Old Pension Scheme)

6. All the Heads of Departments / Heads of Offices / Drawing and Disbursing Officers shall follow the other guidelines already issued in the reference 8th cited scrupulously and see that all the new recruits are assigned the Contributory Pension Scheme Index Numbers immediately on their joining. Failure to adhere to the above instructions will be viewed seriously.

7. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts and Commissioner of Government Data Centre shall furnish a fortnightly progress report to Government in this regard without fail.

Yours faithfully,

Sd/-
for Principal Secretary to Government.

Source:http://www.tn.gov.in/government
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