ஜூலை 13, 2014

ஜூலை 23-இல் ஏழாவது ஊதியக் குழுக் கூட்டம்


ஜூலை 23-இல் ஏழாவது ஊதியக் குழுக் கூட்டம்

மத்திய அரசு ஊழியர்களால் மிகவும் எதிர்பார்க்கப்படும் ஏழாவது ஊதியக் குழுவின் முதலாவது கூட்டம் தில்லியில் வரும் ஜூலை 23ஆம் தேதி நடைபெறவுள்ளது.
நீதிபதி அசோக் குமார் தலைமையில் இக் கூட்டம் நடைபெறவுள்ளது. குழுவின் உறுப்பினர்கள் விவேக் ரே, ரதின் ராய், மீனா அகர்வால் உள்ளிட்டோர் கலந்து கொள்ளவுள்ளனர்.
மத்திய அரசு ஊழியர்களுக்கான சம்பளம், படிகள், சலுகைகள் உள்ளிட்டவற்றை நிர்ணயிப்பது தொடர்பாக அரசுக்குப் பரிந்துரைக்க நீதிபதி அசோக் குமார் தலைமையிலான ஊதியக் குழுவை முந்தைய ஐக்கிய முற்போக்குக் கூட்டணி அரசு நியமித்தது. இக்குழுவின் பரிந்துரை 2016-17 நிதியாண்டில் அமல்படுத்தப்படும் என ஏற்கெனவே அறிவிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.
கடந்த பிப்ரவரியில் குழுவின் நிர்வாகிகள் நியமிக்கப்பட்ட பிறகும், இக்குழு எப்போது செயல்படத் தொடங்கும் என்ற எதிர்பார்ப்பு நிலவி வந்தது. இந்நிலையில், இக் குழுவின் கூட்டத்தை வரும் 23ஆம் தேதி கூட்ட அசோக் குமார் நடவடிக்கை எடுத்துள்ளார். முதலாவது கூட்டம் என்பதால் அது சம்பிரதாய அளவில் இருக்கும் என்றும் குழுவின் செயல் திட்டம், பணிகள் தொடர்பாக அதில் முடிவு எடுக்கப்படும் எனத் தெரிகிறது.
மத்திய அரசு ஊழியர்கள், அகில இந்திய அரசுப் பணி, யூனியன் பிரதேசங்களில் பணியாற்றுவோர், இந்திய கணக்குத் தணிக்கைத் துறை, பாரத ரிசர்வ் வங்கி நீங்கலாக இந்திய நாடாளுமன்றத்தில் நிறைவேற்றப்பட்ட சட்டத்தின்படி உருவாக்கப்பட்ட ஒழுங்குமுறை அமைப்புகளின் உறுப்பினர்கள், உச்ச நீதிமன்ற அதிகாரிகள், ஊழியர்கள் உள்ளிட்டோர் தொடர்பான ஊதியம், படிகள் போன்றவை குறித்து ஏழாவது ஊதியக் குழு ஆய்வு செய்யவுள்ளது.
தற்போது அமலில் உள்ள சம்பள படிகள், சலுகைகள், பாதுகாப்புத் துறையில் ஓய்வு பெற்றவர்களின் ஓய்வூதிய காலப் பலன்கள், அரசுப் பணியில் திறமையை ஊக்குவித்தும் பொறுப்புணர்வை அதிகரிக்கச் செய்யும் வகையில், புதிய ஊதிய விகிதத்தை மாற்றியமைப்பது, சமூக-பொருளாதார-தொழில்நுட்ப மாற்றங்களுக்கு ஏற்றவாறு அரசு ஊழியர்களின் ஊதிய விகிதத்தை நிர்ணயிப்பது, அவர்களின் ஊதியத்துக்கு ஏற்ப சலுகைத் திட்டங்களை அறிவிப்பது, 1.1.2004 பிறகு ஓய்வு பெறுவோருக்கு புதிய ஓய்வூதிய காலத் திட்டத்தின்படி எவ்வளவு ஓய்வூதியத்தை வழங்கலாம் என்பன உள்ளிட்டவற்றை ஆராய்ந்து அரசுக்குப் பரிந்துரை அளிக்கும் பணி ஏழாவது ஊதியக் குழுவிடம் ஒப்படைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.
தனது ஆய்வின் தேவைக்காக பல்வேறு துறைகளில் நிபுணத்துவம் பெற்ற ஆலோசகர்கள், தொழிற்துறை, அரசுத் துறை பணியில் இருந்து ஓய்வு பெற்ற வல்லுநர்கள், தொழிற்சங்கங்களின் பிரதிநிதிகள் உள்ளிட்டோரை நியமித்துக் கொள்ள இக்குழுவுக்கு அதிகாரம் அளிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. எனவே, இது தொடர்பாக ஏழாவது ஊதியக் குழுவின் முதலாவது கூட்டத்தில் விவாதித்து முடிவு செய்யப்படும் என எதிர்பார்க்கப்படுகிறது.
இக்குழு 18 மாதங்களுக்குள் தனது பரிந்துரைகளை அளிக்க வேண்டும் என கேட்டுக் கொள்ளப்பட்டுள்ளது. தனது பணியை 23-ஆம் தேதி தொடங்கும் ஊதியக் குழு பொதுமக்கள், தொழிற்சங்கத்தினர், அரசு ஊழியர் சங்க பிரதிநிதிகள் உள்ளிட்ட பல்வேறு தரப்பினரை நேரில் விசாரணைக்கு அழைக்க வாய்ப்புள்ளதாக மத்திய நிதியமைச்சக வட்டாரங்கள் தெரிவித்தன.
பொதுமக்களின் கருத்துகளை அறியும் வகையில், கடந்த ஏப்ரல், மே மாதங்களில் ஊடகங்களில் விளம்பரங்கள் வெளியிடப்பட்டிருந்த்ன. கருத்துகளை வரவேற்க மே 31ஆம் தேதி கடைசி நாள் என்று அறிவிக்கப்பட்டிருந்தது. இதை ஜூலை 31ஆம் தேதி வரை நீட்டிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.
ஊதியக் குழுவிடம் கருத்துகளைத் தெரிவிக்க விரும்புவோர் அணுக வேண்டிய முகவரி: 
திருமதி மீனா அகர்வால் 
செயலர், 
ஏழாவது ஊதியக் குழு, 
அஞ்சல் குறீயிட்டு எண் 4599, 
ஹோஸ் காஸ் அஞ்சலகம்
, புது தில்லி-110 016. 
ஈமெயில்  முகவரி:  secy-7cpc@nic.in.
Smt. Meena Agarwal,
Secretary, Seventh Central Pay Commission,
Post Box No. 4599, Hauz Khas P.O,
New Delhi 110 016
E-mail:- secy-7cpc@nic.in
நன்றி : தினமணி 


RBI: India Post needs to re-apply for licence


நமது அஞ்சல் துறை  வங்கி சேவைக்காக  ரிசர்வ் வங்கியிடம் விண்ணப்பித்திருந்தது . ஆனால்  ரிசர்வ் வங்கியோ If they want to apply as a payment bank, then it has to be a fresh application !” என்று சொல்லி கிடப்பில்போட்டுள்ளது . அது குறித்த செய்தி கீழே தரப்பட்டுள்ளது 

RBI: India Post needs to re-apply for licence

By FPJ Bureau,  July 05, 2014 12:00 am
MUMBAI: India Post will have to re-apply for a bank licence under the differential licence norms, if they are keen to function as a payment bank, R. Gandhi, deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India told Cogencis. “That is government. That is up to them. If they want to apply as a payment bank, then it has to be a fresh application !” Gandhi said. The RBI issued just two universal licences to IDFC Ltd and Bandhan Financial Services in April, but it left the room open for the postal department’s bid to become a universal bank. There have been indications that while the Department of Posts is keen on getting a bank licence, the finance ministry has not been in favour of such a move due to the lack of experience in handling advances.

ஜூலை 02, 2014

Memorandum to the 7th CPC submitted by the Confederation

மத்திய அரசு ஊழியர் மகாசம்மேளனம்  ஏழாவது ஊதியக் குழுவிற்கு தந்த கோரிக்கை பட்டியல்(  Memorandum to the 7th CPC  submitted by the confederation )
குறித்து முழுமையாக படிக்க டவுன்லோட் செய்ய கீழே உள்ள லின்க்கை சொடுக்கவும்

Memorandum to the 7th CPC  submitted by the Confederation  

அதன் சுருக்கத்தை கீழே தந்துள்ளோம் . படித்துப் பார்த்து  கருத்து சொன்னால் நமது கோட்டச்  சங்கம்  மஹா சம்மேளன தலைமைக்கு தெரிவிக்கும் .
Salient features of Memorandum to VII CPC submitted by the National Standing
Council JCM on common issues.


1. Principles of Wage Determination


Demanded need based minimum wage as per 15th ILC formula.  The intrinsic value of the assigned job at the intermediary level, the necessity to keep the relativity both at horizontal and vertical level and the need to provide a comparable salary for the top bureaucrats, taking into account the perks, privileges, benefits, allowances and concessions that go with the posts.  Thus the minimum pay to be assigned to the lowest level of Group C functionary in Government of India service at Rs. 26,000/-.


2.Pay Band & Grade Pay:
Staff side decided to demand reversal of the PB & GP System to distinct pay scale system.


3.Highest Salary
It is suggested that this ratio should be 1: 8.


4.Proposed Pay Structure
Details in the annexture.


5.Rate of Increment
It is demanded that the rate of annual increment at 5%.


6.Fitment Formula
It is demanded a uniform multiplication factor (26000/ 7000 = 3.7) to be applied uniformly in all the cases to arrive at the revised pay in the new scale of pay.


7. Fixation of Pay on promotion


The benefit on promotion should be Two increments in the feeder cadre with a stipulation that the amount of benefit so arrived at must not be less than the difference of the minimum of the scale of pay of the feeder cadre and the minimum of the scale of the cadre to which one is promoted


8.Date of effect.
A. To implement the recommendations of VII CPC with effect from 1.1.2014 especially in the background that the desirable tenure of the earlier Commissions recommendations expired on
1.1.2011.
B. To merge DA and treat the same as pay for all purposes and ad when the DA entitlement reaches 50%
C. To set up the next wage revision body or Pay Commission sufficiently before the expiry of five years.


9.Dearness allowance.
The existing formula of computation of DA and its payment with effect from 1st January, and 1st
July, may continue.

10.House Rent allowance.
X classified cities:60% : Y classified towns:40% ; Z classified places:20%


11.Compensatory  City allowance.


Pay  Range
X classified city
Other places
Pay upto Rs. 50,000
10% of pay
5% of pay
Pay of more than Rs. 50000
6%   of    pay   subject   to   a minimum of Rs. 5000
3%   of    pay   subject   to   a minimum of Rs. 2500

12.Transport allowance.


Pay  Range
X classified city
Y classified towns.
Pay upto Rs. 75,000
Rs. 7500 + DA
Rs. 3750 +DA
Above Rs. 75,000
Rs. 6500 +DA
Rs. 3500+ DA

13.Classification of Posts.
All cadres, which were characterised as “Gazetted” may be placed in the Group of Executive and the rest is in non-executive.


14.Special pay:
It is demanded that bringing back the system of special pay with special allowance to curtail the number of pay scales.


15.Deputation duty allowance.
It is demanded to recommend to double the rate of Deputation duty allowance i.e. 10% of pay when posted in the same station and 20% when posted outside.

16.Income tax on salary.
Demanded to recommend to the Government for the reintroduction of the provisions of section
16(1) and allow deduction of 30% of the salary income to arrive at the taxable income. Also demanded that the Commission should suggest exempting the pension and allowances in the case of retired personnel fully exempt from the purview of income tax.

17.Liabilities of a person who Die in harness.
It is proposed to recommend to the Government for the waiver of all governmental dues in the case of an employee who died in harness.


18.Women Employees

Demanded the full implementation of the recommendations of the the 5tCPC with regard to flexi time, Sub-reservation, increasing the age of recruitment, Public convenience facilities, Separate women’s hostel etc., Most of these recommendations have not even considered by the Government.    Iis  requested  to  recommend  to  the  Government  to  implement  the  above schemes Also demanded to recommend the guidelines for posting husband and wife in the same station is made mandatory, to implement the recommendations of the National Womens Commission for 30%, sub-reservation and the women employees be granted one month special leave for those facing problems like removal of uteruses etc.,(Hysterctomy) after attaining the age of 40 years or more which requires special rest.

19.Downsizing / Outsourcing / Contractorisation

It is requested to recommend for scrapping of Outsourcing/ Contractorisation /Downsizing  of
Central Government functions.

20.Regularisation of Casual / Contingent / Daily Rated Workers

It is Demanded regularisation of casual/contingent paid employees should be ensured from the date they have completed two years of continuous service (ignoring the interruptive while are imposed every year) if necessary by creating supernumerary or shadow posts for the period till a vacancy in the cadre takes places. Alternatively entire service rendered by such staff after first two years may be deemed as regular service not only as qualifying service for pension but also for extension of all other benefits entitlements admissible to a regular employee.   In no case such employee is thrown out of service to substitute by a worker provided by a contractor.

21.Assured Career Progression/Modified Assured Career Progression

It is proposed that there should be five financial upgradation in the career of all employees, exclusive after serving 8,7,6,5 and 4 years of service (i.e., first after 8 years of induction, second on completion of 15 years, third on completion  of 21 years, fourth on completion of 26 years and fifth on completion of 30 years of service. The 5 MACPs should be granted on promotional hierarchy  as  ordered  by  the  Supreme  Court  instead  of  Grade  Pay  hierarchic  the  present systems. It is also proposed that periodical cadre revised in the lines it had been done in the Railways by creating 5 level s of pay scale in each cadre fixing a certain percentage of posts for each level.

22.Bonus.

It is proposed that VII CPC may recommend that a green signal may be given to all Departments/Ministries where Adhoc Bonus is now being paid to initiate negotiations in their Departmental Councils to evolve an appropriate productivity linked bonus scheme after consulting experts in the field within  a period of one year from the date of Report of VII CPC is submitted to the Government pending finalization of such PLB Schemes the Adhoc Bonus equal to increase average number of days productivity linked bonus are paid in each year may be paid to these employees.



23.Housing facilities

It is demanding recommendation of the following suggestions for its acceptance.

1.   To achieve housing satisfaction level of 70% at Delhi and atleast 40% in all other town/cities.
2.   To take on lease, the accommodation from private property to allot to the employees.
3.   The  land  and  building  acquired  by  the  Income  Tax  Department  as  part  of  their acquisition proceedings may be utilised for constructing residential accommodations for Government employees.

24.House Building Advance.

It is requested that the following suggestions to improve the present procedure.

1.   To simplify the procedure
2.   To exempt the stamp duty required to be mortgaged and de- mortgaged.
3.   To increase the advance to 50 times of the Salary
4.   Since the repayment of the advance is to be made in a span of not more than 20 years, the employees must be made entitled to the advance on completion of 5 years, which is presently 10 years.
5.   In the case of a Government employee, who does not have the service period of 10 years remaining, to adjust the repayment from the entire gratuity may be incorporated in the rules.
6.   The maximum ceiling limit to be raised appropriable on the basis of the new pay scales.
7.   To reduce the rate of Interest at not more than 5%.
8.   To make the Government employees entitled for the advance for purchasing second- hand or used houses.

25.Common categories of staff and Common cadres.

The 6th CPC has classified the following as common categories.
Account Staff belonging to un-organised account cadres Artists-Para Medical staff Canteen staff- Photographers - Care taking staff - Police personnel - Drawing Office staff - Printing staff Drivers - Receptionist - E D P staff - Store Keeping staff - Fire Fighting staff Teachers - Library staff Veterinary - Laboratory staff-Workshop staff
The Associations/Federations participating in the JCM will submit a detailed memorandum covering these common categories, wherever they exist.  It is requested to consider and accept the views and suggestions made by them in their memorandum and make appropriate recommendation.

26.Scheme for Appointment on Compassionate Ground.

It is requested to recommend the following:
1.    To remove  the 5 % ceiling


2.    To  ensure  that  compassionate  appointment  to  the  deserving  candidates    argiven within 3 months of the date of death of the employee.
3.   In  case  of  any  administrative  delay  in  offering  compassionate  appointment  the deserving applicants may be granted minimum of the pay scale of the post on which his application will be considered. .

27.Travelling Allowance and T A on transfer.

In the recommendation of the 6th CPC the coloumn Pay Range”shall have to be altered because instead of pay band and Grade pay pattern it is proposed Time Scale of Pay Structure in our Memorandum Therefore It is propose that all persons belonging to Executive Class may be extended I class by air/ AC First Class by train and all non executive Y class by Air/AC II tier class by train.

28.Daily Allowance:

The present entitlement for accommodation, taxi charges and food bills are proposed as under:

Category
A1 and A class city
Other cities
Executives
Rs.5000/-per day +DA
Rs.3500/- per day + DA
Non- Executives
Rs.4000/-per day +DA
Rs.2500/- per day + DA

29.Travelling Allowance on Transfer

We agree that composite Transfer Grant equal to one month Pay + DA alongwith actual fare for self and family as per the entitled class may continue. As regards transportation charges of personal effects It is proposed the following:-

Class
By Train/Steamer
Rate  per  Km  for  transport
by Road
Executive Class
6000 Kgs by goods train
/          14          wheeler wagon/1single container.
Rs.50  +DA  (Re.1/-  per  Kg
per Km)
Non Executive Class
3000 Kgs
Rs.50  +DA  (Re.1/-  per  Kg
per Km)

30.Children Education Allowance to be extended to college going children

It  is  requested  the  following  suggestion  may  be  recommended  to  the  Government  for  its acceptance.
1.   Thinsistence  of receipt  for  each  and  every  expense to  claim  the  allowancin  the present system may be dispensed with.
2.   Instead of that the employer may be asked to produce an affidavit to the effect this child/children were bonafide student of the school


3.   The scheme may be extended to cover children studying for Graduate/Post Graduate and Professional courses.

31.Other Allowances/ Advances.

It is suggested to recommend increasing the present quantum to three times for the following allowances / advances:-

AAllowances: Conveyance Allowance; Risk Allowance;Children Education Allowance;Project
Allowance; Washing Allowance;Child Care Allowance;Cash Handling Allowance

BAdvances:  Natural  Calamity  Advance,  Vehicle  Advance,  Personal  Computer  Advance, Uniform and Stitching Charges and All other Advance

C.Over-Time Allowance
It is proposed that over time allowance shall continue to be paid and calculated on the basis of
actual pay, DA and Transport Allowance from time to time. The rate of overtime Allowance should be refixed as and when the DA is increased and there shall be no ceiling on amount of overtime which became payable.

D.Night Duty Allowance
It is urged upon the VII CPC to recommend that rates of NDA for all should be computed on
the basis of revised pay recommended by VII CPC and it should be reviewed annually in order to include the DA Admissible.

32.Transfer Policy.

Sought recommendation of the following suggestions in the matter considering the Group-C & D employees, taking into account the fact that their emoluments do not even enable them to make the both ends meet, should not be transferred at all except on their request/compassionate ground;
1.   If transfer becomes necessary on promotion, or due to other administrative exigencies, the same
should be subjected to a policy evolved in the Departmental Councils. Every department should
therefore,  evolve  a  transfer  policy  on  mutual  agreement  beinreached  at  the  respective
Departmental Council or through bilateral discussions. The Official Side in the Counsel will place an item for discussion in the Counsel on transfer guidelines.
2.   No transfer be permitted, which is violation of such an agreement or in the absence of such an agreement having reached in the Council. If such transfers are made sans such an agreement, it
shall be instantly cancelled by the Head of Department or Secretary to the Ministry concerned on receipt of a representation for the concerned employee.
3.   In case, no agreement is reached in the Departmental Council, the same should be referred to the
Standing Committee of the National Council, JCM, whose decision is to be treated as final.
4.   In respect of other category of officials, the Department of Personnel must be asked to issue instruction in clear terms as per the above quoted recommendation of the 5th CPC.

33.Additional Monetary Incentive for Personnel Posted in N E Region.


It is Demanded that the VII- CPC to recommend that in the light of the DOPT order dated 10-2-
2009 granting Special Duty Allowance to All India Service to the employees to all personnel  @
37 ½ % of pay.

34.Leave Travel Concession
It is requested to consider recommending the following relaxations/improvements.
1. Permission for air journey for all categories of employees to and from NE Region.
2. Permission for personnel posted in NE Region for a journey within NE Region.
3. To increase the periodicity of the LTC once in two years.
4. Explore the possibility of allowing an employer to undertake tour outside India  once in his life time in lieu of the LTC.

35. Secretariat & Field Offices

It is demanded to ensure that the parity of pay structure obtaining in the secretariat and the field offices is maintained and it is extended to all pay scales beyond that of the Assistants upto the level of under secretary. Corollary of this would be that pay structure evolved by the VII CPC would apply for various cadres of both of the secretariat as also the field offices.

36.Need for a Effective Grievance Procedure.

It is demanded that the VII CPC to consider and devise ways and means whereby the Government is advised to adhere to the laid down processes and to implement the objectives for which JCM Scheme was operationalised in particular

1.   All Group C and Group B Central Government employees should be brought; under coverage of JCM.
2.   These should be spot settlement in the councils of JCM important issues relating to wages etc should not be evaded / rejected precipitating a situation of confrontation
3.   The schedule of 3 meetings in a year is fully observed.
4.   Departmental councils should be revived in all Departments without fail.
5.   Arbitration Awards may be implemented and in no case kept pending for more than six months time Before referring any award for rejection by the parliament, it should be discussed with the staff side with a view to reach some modified form of agreement
6.   System of referring the matters on which immediate agreement was not possible to sub committees for separate discussion and report should be revived.

37.Equal Pay for Equal Work.

Demanded the VII CPC to devise a mechanism under which the wages determining Authorities do coordinate and ensure that the principle of equal pay for equal work is kept in view and ensured.

38. Anomalies relating to Sixth CPC wage structure

It is requested the VII CPC to consider the matter regardidng Anomalies relating to sixth CPC
and  ask  Government  through  an Interim  Report  to  refer  all thunresolved  anomalies  for


Arbitration by appointing an Arbitrator to consider them and give awards in all case within a period of six months.

39.Scrap New Pension Scheme

The VII CPC is requested to review the NPS and recommend scrapping of NPS and the PFRDA Act.

40.Career progression: Grant five promotions in the service career.

The VII CPC should recommend that the cadre reviews are undertaken wherever not done so far to ensure five hierarchical promotions to all employees in their career on the pattern obtaining for Group A Officers.

41.Training:

It is suggested that the annual budget drawn up for each department must have sufficient allotted specifically for training purposes We request that the VII-CPC may kindly make recommendations on the need for in-service training and setting up training programmes by all Departments.

42.Leave entitlement, holidays and working hours.

We request the Commission to recommend the following suggestions to the Government.

A. Holidays

Presently the holidays are deferred for each year by the DOPT.  However, they permit the high power welfare committee of each State to finalise, taking into account the local conditions, three among the listed holidays.  We suggest that this may be recommended to be increased to six. This apart, we may bring to the notice of the commission that only Government of India has refused to recognise the importance of May Day May Day is not a holiday for the Central Govt. employees.  We request the commission to recommend for the declaration of May days as a holiday.

B.Leave Entitlement:

The Govt. reduced the Casual leave from 12 to 8.  The number of days as 12 was conceived to be a day per month.  Taking into account the various contingencies one has to face, the increasing social obligations, we request that the number of Casual leave may be increased to 12 per year.

C.Special Disability leave:

The Special disability leave is sanctioned for treatment in the case of an employee who gets injured in an accident. The Govt. has imposed a ceiling on this leave of maximum of 24 months. During the leave period he will be entitled for full salary for 120 days and rest at half pay rate.


Our suggestion in the matter is that such leave must not have any restriction on the number of days bit left to the Doctor treating the employee.

D.Earned leave:

The ceiling limit of 300 days can be reasonably raised to 450.  The Govt. employee may be permitted to encash part of such accumulated leave say up to 50% to meet certain financial exigencies if he has put in 20 years of service or more.

On a humanitarian consideration, we made a novel suggestion of gifting leave to needy employees Due to prolonged illness or hospitalisation requiring prolonged treatment an employee will be unable to attend office and might have exhausted all entitled leave at his credit.  We suggest that in such extreme circumstances, either his spouse or is colleagues may get certain number of days leave at his credit to the suffering employee.  This will help the suffering employees to take over the financial difficulties which he is compelled to be in leave on medical grounds.

E.Half Pay Leave:

Presently the half pay leave on credit is not allowed to be encashed.  This has to be permitted.

F.Maternity and Paternity Leave:

The entitlement may be increased to 240 days in the case of maternity leave and 30 days for paternity leave.

G.Child Care Leave:

There is presently a restriction of the number of times the child care leave can be availed in a year i.e., 3 occasions. This being unnecessary may be removed.

H.Special Casual Leave:

It  is  Demanded  to  increasin  the  entitlement of  Spl  Casual  Leave  for  Union/Association activists and Sports persons to 40 days.

43. Group Insurance

The  staff  side  decided  to  demand  increase  in  both  contribution  and  premium  under  the
CGEGIES as under.

Group
Rate of Subscription
Insurance cover
Executive
1500
1500000
Non         executive
(other than MTS)
750
750000
MTS
500
500000






Annexure- Proposd pay structure to the VII-CPC by Staff Side.

Pay scale
Number





PB






PB No





GP






Pay+GP
Proposed
inimum of the pay scale
S.1

5200-20200

1

1800

7330

26000
S-2

5200-20200

1

2000

8060

33000
S-3

5200-20200

1

2800

11170

46000
S-4

9300-34800

2

4200

14430

56000
S-5

9300-34800

2

4800

18750

74000
S-6

9300-34800

2

5400

20280

78000
S-7

15600-39100

3

5400

22140

88000
S-8

15600-39100

3

6600

26410

102000
S-9

15600-39100

3

7600

29920

120000
S-10

37400-67000

4

8900

48590

148000
S-11

37400-67000

4

10000

54700

162000
S-12


75500-80000

HAG & HAG +


0


75500


193000
S-13

80000( Fixed )


Apex Scale

0

80000

213000
S-14

90000  (Fixed)

Cab Secy

0

90000

240000