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Economy Measures - Mandatory installation Of LED based lighting in all Government buildings

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Economy Measures - Mandatory installation Of LED based lighting in all Government buildings

F.No.25(25)/E.Coord/2017 
Ministry Of Finance 
Department of Expenditure 
(E.Coord) 

North Block, New Delhi 
Dated: 4th August, 2017 

OFFICE MEMORANDUM 

Subject: Economy Measures - Mandatory installation Of LED based lighting in all Government buildings - regarding 

The Honble Prime Minister on 5th January 2015 launched the National LED programme to facilitate rapid adoption of LED based home and street lighting across the country. The programme components, Unnat Jyoti by Affordable LEDs for All (IJJALA) and Street Lighting National Programme (SNLP) are under implementation in 34 States and UTS. This programme along with Building Energy Efficiency Programme (BEEP) is being implemented by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), a joint venture company of four power sector Central PSUs. EESL works on Energy Services Company (ESCO) model wherein upfront investment is done by EESL and the investment is recouped on annuity basis with performance based guaranteed energy saving during the project period.

2. Pursuant to the above the Central Government has taken a decision for mandatory installation of LED based lighting and energy efficient equipments (Fans & ACS) in all Government buildings. 

3. Government buildings is a major source of energy consumption. Usage of LED based lightings and energy efficient equipments in Government buildings will lead to economy in expenditure and savings in the long run through reduction in energy consumed 

4. Keeping in view the economy in expenditure and savings that will entail, all Ministries/Departments are requested to convert the existing lightings/equipments into LED based lightings and energy efficient equipments on priority utilizing the services of CPWD/EESL. 

5. The model Agreement/Contract to be entered in to between the Client Ministry/Department and EESL is enclosed for reference, The Client Ministry/Department and EESL on mutual agreement can modify/amend the provisions of the model AgreementJContract to suit their specific requirements. 

6. In respect of those Government buildings maintained by CPWD but where the electricity bill is borne/paid by the respective Ministries/Departments, CPWD (as third party) will countersign the agreement to provide comfort to the Ministry/Department as well as extending help for implementing the contract. 

7. Action taken in this regard be reported to Ministry of Power and Department of Expenditure by 15.08.2017 for monitoring purposes. 

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(H.Atheli) 
Director 

Authority: www.doe.gov.in

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Employment of women and girls in Government organisations agencies

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Employment of women and girls in Government organisations agencies

The Government has been making concerted efforts to encourage the women to join Government service by providing some special facilities as enumerated below:

(i) maternity leave

(ii) child care leave

(iii) child adoption leave

(iv) special allowance to women with disability

(v) provision of crèche facility

(vi) posting of husband and wife at the same station

(vii) special priority in allotment of residential accommodation

(viii) provision for protection of women from acts of sexual harassment

(ix) special Leave connected with inquiry on sexual harassment

(x) age relaxation for appointment of widows, divorced woman and woman judicially separated from their husbands and who are not remarried

(xi) special dispensation for woman officers of All India Services of North East cadre

(xii) exemption from payment of fee for examinations conducted by the Union Public Service Commission and Staff Selection Commission.

(xiii) Nomination of a women employee in Department Promotion Committee (DPCs). Institutional mechanisms, besides the Committees to prevent sexual harassment, exist in Government service for redressal of grievances of various nature of the women employees.

(xiv) Association of a lady member in Selection Committee/ Board for 10 or more vacancies (at all levels).

The above information given by the Minister of DoPT Dr.Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha on 03.08.2017.

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Launch of work from home facility by SBI

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Launch of work from home facility by SBI

State Bank of India (SBI) has informed that it has introduced ‘Work from Home Policy’ for permanent Officers in the Bank. The details of the Policy are annexed.

(i) The facility can be availed occasionally up to 5 days a month or for a longer duration, subject to approval by the Competent Authority not less than officers in the grade of TEGS-VI i.e. Deputy General Manager/TEGSS-I i.e. Chief General Manager.

(ii) Job profiles covered have clear defined deliverables, which can be remotely measured and which requires minimal dependency of the job- on physical presence, on data/documents/system/infrastructure of the Bank, on vendor interaction, on daily co-ordination with team members, daily face to face meetings and regular face to face customer interactions.

(iii) Specific metrics are put in place for measurement of productivity of the officials along with addressing the security concerns on the Banks’ confidential data and information.

(iv) Job profile requiring access to the Core Banking Solution or facing customer on regular basis are not be covered under the policy.

(v) The employee is required to submit a work report based on the tasks/deliverables assigned and the respective completion status at the end of the Work from Home duration. The approver reviews the work of the employee before providing the confirmation on the work of the employee.

(vi) Employees are not be entitled for any allowance/benefits/compensation on account of Work from Home.

The above information given by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha on 08.08.2017.

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EPFO”s investment in stocks

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EPFO”s investment in stocks

Whether it is a fact that the EPFO”s investment in stocks through Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) would cross the Rs. 45,000 crore mark by the end of this fiscal?
No.

Whether it is also a fact that the rate of return on this investment for the last year was 13.3 per cent?
No.

Whether it is also a fact that as on April, 2017 the stock investment stood at Rs. 21,559 crore; and if so, the details thereof?
Yes, The details are as under:
(Rs. in crore)
SBI Nifty 50 & Sensex ETF 17,178.99
UTI Nifty 50 & Sensex ETF 2,573.06
CPSE ETF 1,807.81
Total 21,559.86

The above information given by the Minister of State(IC) for Labour and Employment Shri Bandaru Dattatreya in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha on 09.08.2017.

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OROP Scheme for Banking Industry

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OROP Scheme for Banking Industry

One Rank One Pension scheme for banking industry

Pension in Nationalised Banks is based on Bipartite Settlement between Unions/Associations and Indian Banks’ Association (IBA) representing managements of Banks. IBA has informed that there have been demands from Pensioners’ Associations regarding pension updation.

At present, no such proposal is under consideration of Government.

IBA has informed that pension in Nationalised Banks is paid to the retirees’ from the pension fund of bank concerned and improvement in pension directly affects the profitability of the banks.

The abvoe information given by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha on 08.08.2017.

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Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) in SBI

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Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) in SBI

State Bank of India (SBI) has informed that there is no plan to launch Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) in their bank at present.

SBI has informed that VRS was offered by the erstwhile Associate Banks of SBI to their employees and officers before merger and three thousand five hundred sixty nine (3569) employees/officers of erstwhile Associate Banks had opted for the same.

The abvoe information given by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha on 25.07.2017.

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6th CPC Military Service Pay (MSP)

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6th CPC Military Service Pay (MSP)

Recommendations of Sixth CPC on Military service pay

This Sixth Central Pay Commission vide Paras 2.3.12, 2.3.14 and 2.3.26 of its report had recommended Military Service Pay (MSP) at the rate of Rs. 6000/- per month in respect of officers upto the level of Brigadier and Rs. 1000/- per month in respect of Personnel Below Officer Rank (PBOR) of the Defence Forces.

However, the Government while accepting the recommendations of the Commission had enhanced the MSP for PBOR to Rs. 2000/- per month.

The above information given by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha on 25.07.2017.

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GDS Pay Scale : Same as recommended by Kamlesh Chandra Committee

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GDS Pay Scale : Same as recommended by Kamlesh Chandra Committee

GDS Pay Committee Report : Latest News

With reliable information sourced from the Senior Officer of Finance Ministry that the following Proposals agreed by the Department and sent to Finance Ministry and also probably accepted by the FM by the end of August 2017.

1. Fitment factor will be 2.57 like Department employees

2. Increment will be 3%

3. Implemented i.e. 1.1.2016 and arrears will be paid from that.

4. DA formula will be old one.

5. Minimum BPM Scale is Rs.12000 i.e. Level 2 is Rs.14500

6. For ABPM/Dak Sevaks Level 1 Rs.10000 and for Level 2 is Rs.12000/-

7. Level 2 old scales are 363-65-5585, 4220-75-6470 for ABPM

8. Level 1 of ABPMs old scales are 2295-45-3695, 2870-50-4370, 2665-50-4165 and 3330-60-5130

9. Level 2 for BPMs old scales are 4115-75-6365, and 4575-85-7125

10.Level 1 for BPMs olds scales are 3635-65-5585 and 4220-75-6470

11. Ex-gratia bonus will be paid on par with Department employees and issued orders every year.

12. Children Education Facilitation Allowance: Rs.6000/- per year per child.

13. CMA will be to the tune of Rs.180/-

14. Boat allowance will be Rs.125/-

15. BPM office Rent Rs.500/- for standard and Rs.200/- for non standard.

16. Office maintains allowances for Level 1 BPM will be .500/- and other Rs.200/-

17. Stationary Charges Rs.25/- P.M

18. Combined duty allowance Rs.45/- per day and max Rs.1170/- per month will be paid to BPM for delivery or Mail conveyance and Rs.2340/- For BPM for delivery and conveyance per day min 75 – Rs.1950/- to ABPM for additional work of another ABPMDak sevak per day min 45-(Note: These rates will be for combination of duties of two or more posts borne on the establishment of the office)

19. Risk and Hardship Allowance Rs.100/-p.m

20. Cash conveyance allowance Rs.50/- plus actual conveyance charges i.e. bus and auto

21. The Department should not order closing of any GDS Post Office

22. Two cadres will remain one is BPM and second one Asst.BPMDak Sevaks

23. Two scales for each cadre Level one and Level two. 4 hrs and 5 hrs. And there will be reduction from level 2 to Level 1.

24. Point system will be abolishment and delinking payment of wages from the work load.

25. Other source of livelihood will continue as maximum working hours are retained as 5 hours only

26. Voluntary retirement scheme accepted with condition of minimum service 10 years

27. Voluntary retirement on Medical grounds accepted

28. Accepted the proposal pay committee for division into A,B,C and D categories.

29. New BO will be opened with a distance of 5 Kms

30. Post of office building infrastructure proposal as it is accepted .

31. Administrative and vigilance reasons transfers will be given

32. Transfer will be given one time for Male and two times for female and pay will not be reduced on transfer. However number of increments and financial up gradation will be retained in the changed wage level. Transfer will be given by PMG within regional level.

33. Recruitment for GDS will be through online system

34. FG bond System will remain same.

35. Promotion to MTS Cadre: One year minimum service sufficient and 50% quota will be for GDS in direct recruitment and max. age limit for selection cum seniority quota abolished.

36. Postman and Mail Guard: Direct recruitment quota increased to 75% and minimum qualifying service is one year only.

37. POSTAL ASST./Sorting Asst: Minimum qualifying service is 3 years only and maximum age limit raised to 35 years.

38. Leave: Emergency leave 5 days in a colander year. Paid leave will be Maximum of 180 days accumulation also agreed and will be en-chased while discharge or quitting the GDS service on promotion. Regarding LWA there is no change in old conditions.

39.Women GDS should be given 26 weeks of maternity leave with FULL SALARY from salaries head instead Welfare fund. Paternity leave will not be granted.

40. All the additional disciplinary rules proposed by the committee accepted.

41. Ex-gratia payment for suspension period 25% will remain same.

42. Social Security Schemes:

(A) Severance amount enhanced to @4000/- from 1.1.2016 subject to Max.of Rs.150000/-
(B)SDBS subscription from GDS is Rs.300/- and department will credit Rs.300/- it will be manned like NPS system for Dept.employees.
(c) GDS Gratuity will be paid Rs.150000/- Minimum service 10 years it will also allowed to voluntary discharges GDS.

43. GDS GIS scheme will remain no change at present.

44. WELFARE..Circle welfare Fund subscription will be Rs.100/- and Department grant will be Rs.200/- per annum. CWF extended to family members and dependents.

45. Assistance or grants from CWF will be raised to 10%

46. Rs.10000/- will paid for purchase of tablet/Mobile phone

47. ESI,Group Health Insurance Proposal of OIC and EPF will be considered later.

NEW PAY SCALES ARE SAME AS RECOMMENDED BY THE KAMALESH CHANDRA COMMITTEE.

CH.LAKSHMI NARAYANA
ALL INDIA PRESIDENT
NUGDS CHQ

Source : http://nupeap.blogspot.in/

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Contractual appointments in Government departments

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Contractual appointments in Government departments

The Government posts are to be filled in accordance with the recruitment rules. Wherever recruitment rules provide reemployment as a mode of recruitment or in cases of exigencies of work, retired Government servants are reappointed on contractual basis for a specific period.

The Central Civil Services (Fixation of Pay of re-employed Pensioners) orders, 1986 as amended from time to time govern the pay fixation of re-employed pensioners including the persons re-employed on contract basis, unless the contract provides otherwise. The interests of serving employees with regard to promotions/financial upgradations to higher post are taken care of by the respective service rules/regulations applicable to them.

This was stated by the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Shri M.P.Veerendra Kumar in the Rajya Sabha today.

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Vacancies in OBC category

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Vacancies in OBC category

A statement showing the status of details of backlog OBC vacancies, vacancies filled up and yet to be filled in 10 major Departments/Ministries is as follows
Based on the recommendations of a Committee headed by the then Secretary, Department of Social Justice and Empowerment, Department of Personnel and Training issued instructions in November/December, 2014 to all Ministries/Departments to constitute in-house Committee to identify backlog reserved vacancies, study of the root cause of backlog reserved vacancies, initiation of measures to remove such factors and to fill up such vacancies through Special Recruitment Drive.

As per information updated as on 31.12.2016, 10 Ministries/Departments having majority of the employees in Central Government including their Public Sector Banks/Financial Institutions, Central Public Sector Undertakings etc., reported 40,562 backlog vacancies for Other Backward Classes. Out of these, 27,027 vacancies have been filled up during the period 01.04.2012 to 31.12.2016 and 13,535 vacancies of Other Backward Classes (OBCs) remained unfilled.

Seven meetings have already been held with these 10 Ministries/Departments who have been requested to take expeditious action for filling up the remaining backlog vacancies.

This was stated by the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space Dr. Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question by Shri N.Gokulakrishnan in the Rajya Sabha today.

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Creation of employment opportunities through MSMEs

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Creation of employment opportunities through MSMEs

The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises play an important role in creating employment opportunities in the country. As per the last Census (Fourth) of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises data collected with reference to base year 2006-07, as well as data extracted from the Economic Census 2005 conducted by Central Statistical Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation (MoSPI), for activities excluded from Fourth Census, namely wholesale/retail trade, legal, educational and social services, hotel & restaurants, transports and storage & warehousing (except cold storage), the total employment in the MSME sector was 805.24 lakh.

Details of targets fixed and achieved in respect of employment generation under Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) during the last three years and the current year in the country is given below:

Target for employment generation Estimated employment generated

 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17  2017-18 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18*
All India 703492 516232 434758 406272 357502 323362 407840 85792
*(as on 01.08.2017)

Following initiatives have been taken to achieve the targets under PMEGP Scheme:

In order to streamline the process of application flow and fund flow and to bring in transparency and better financial management and to prevent parking of funds at Nodal bank level an online PMEGP-MIS web portal has been introduced. All applications and fund flow is processed online in stipulated time frame.

Publicity is being made through print and electronic media, awareness camps at District level and State level are being organized in order to propagate the PMEGP scheme for the development of micro industries.

Exhibitions are also conducted at district/state/zone and national level for providing marketing support to the entrepreneurs/units.
For speedy completion of EDP training, these are being conducted through Departmental Training Centres as well as RSETIs/RUDSETIs as per MOU executed between KVIC & MCR.

Industries such as Khadi, processing of Pashmina Wool, handloom and power loom units, value added products for tea, coffee, rubber etc. and transport activities are now eligible for assistance under PMEGP.

This Press Release is based on information given by the Minister of State for MSME Shri Giriraj Singh in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha on 10.08.2017 (Wednesday).

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MACP for the CG Employees – Implementation of 7th CPC Recommendations – CGDA Orders

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Modified Assured Career Progression(MACPs) for the Central Government Civilian employees:Implementation of Seventh CPC Recommendations

CONTROLLER GENERAL OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS 
ULAN BATAR ROAD, PALAM, DELHI CANTT-10

X1/11051/MACP/2016/V01-I
Dated 10/08/2017
To
PCA (Fys), PCsDA/CsDA

Sub: Modified Assured Career Progression(MACPs) for the Central Government Civilian employees:Implementation of Seventh CPC Recommendations

Various reference has been received from different Controllers regarding grant of benefit of MACP for the Central Government Civilian Employees.

In this connection, it is intimated subsequent to implementation of VIth CPC, Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme was introduced with effect from 01/09/2008 vide DOP&T OM No.35034/3/2008-Estt(D) dated 19/05/2009. Subsequently, clarifications/FAQs have been issued in the matter vide DOPT OM dated 16/11/2009, 09/09/2010, 01/04/2011, 13/06/2012, 04/10/2012 and 10/12/2014.

2. In this matter attention is also invited to Para 4 of Annexure 1 to OM Dated 19/05/2009, which clearly stipulates that benefits of pay fixation available at the time of regular promotion shall also be allowed at the time of financial upgradation under the scheme.

3. With the implementation of 7th CPC, DoPT vide its OM No.F.No. 35034/03/2015-Estt(D) dated 27/28th September 2016 has made amendments to Para 1 & 2 of OM dated 19/05/2009 and Para 17 (annexure to OM dated 19/05/2009 vide Para 3 and 5 respectively, while making the changes effective from 25/07/2016, i.e. date of resolution notification by DOPT.

4. Thus it is imperative from the DOPT OM dated 27/28th September 2016 that the provisions contained in OM Dated 19/05/2009 (with subsequent clarifications/FAQs dated 16/11/2009, 09/09/2010, 01/04/2011, 13/06/2012, 04/10/2012 and 10/12/2014) read with amendments as proposed in DOPT OM Dated 27/28th September 2016 are in effect w.e.f. 25/07/2016. Accordingly all cases of MACP arising on or after 25/07/2016 may be dealt with as per DOPT OM dated 27/28th September 2016.

5. Cases prior to 25/07/2016 may be dealt with existing provisions of MACP as per DOPT OM Dated 19/05/2009 (with subsequent clarifications/FAQs dated 16/11/2009, 09/09/2010, 01/04/2011, 13/06/2012, 04/10/2012 and 10/12/2014).

6. It is further intimated that the orders on comprehensive MACP Scheme as mentioned in DOP&T letter dated 28/09/2016 have not yet been issued by DOP&T. The same shall be circulated on receipt.

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(Vishav Jit Gandotra)
For CGDA


Equal pay for equal work in CPSUs

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Equal pay for equal work in CPSUs

 “Equal pay for equal work in CPSUs”

Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) are under the administrative control of their respective Ministries / Departments and CPSEs are required to follow the various statutory provisions / Court orders / Government instructions including instructions on wage related issues of various categories of employees, wherever applicable.

However, the responsibility to monitor the implementation of above said statutory provisions / court orders / Government instructions vests with the Board of CPSEs and the concerned administrative Ministry / Department.

As such, no centralized information in this regard is maintained by Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) and accordingly no status report on implementation of Supreme Court verdict on equal pay for equal work with reference to the contractual and temporary employees in CPSEs is also maintained in Department of Public Enterprises.

This information was given by Minister of State in the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Shri Babul Supriyo in reply to a written question in the Rajya Sabha today.

New India Pledge to DoPT employees

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New India Pledge to DoPT employees

Dr Jitendra Singh administers the New India Pledge to DoPT employees

Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh administered the New India Pledge ‘Sankalp se Siddhi’ to the employees of the Department of Personnel & Training on the occasion of Commemoration of 75th Anniversary of the Quit India Movement, here today. The pledge commits to create a New India that is strong, prosperous and inclusive; an India that will make our freedom fighters proud.

On the occasion, presentations were made by Joint Secretary, DoPT, Shri Devesh Chaturvedi on Strategy for Anti-Corruption: Initiatives taken by the Government of India and OSD, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Shri Akshay Rout on Swachh Bharat Mission.

Addressing the gathering, Dr. Jitendra Singh said it’s a unique privilege for us all to be part of the 75th Anniversary of the Quit India Movement. He said that the rapid pace of events unfolded from 1942 to 1947, beginning with the Quit India Movement and resulting in India’s Independence five years later. Let us pledge to carry on with the same spirit in the next five years to drive out poverty, corruption, terrorism, communalism, casteism and build a Clean and New India by 2022 when the country will mark its 75th Anniversary of Independence, he added.

Dr. Jitendra Singh said the Government has lived up to its commitments by acting against corruption and creating a work friendly atmosphere. This day marks our rededication to our commitments, he added.

Click here for DoPT Presentation on Strategy for Anti-Corruption

Click here for Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation Presentation on Swachh Bharat Mission

Source: PIB News

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Child Care Leave – NC JCM writes to Govt. of India

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Child Care Leave – NC JCM writes to Govt. of India

Child Care Leave – recommendations of the 7th CPC – GS/AIRF writes to CRB

Shiva Gopal Mishra
Secretary
National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
for Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi – 110001
E-Mail : nc.jcm.np@gmail.com
No.NC/JCM/2017
Dated: August 4, 2017
The Secretary(DoP&T),
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
North Block, New Delhi

Dear Sir,
Sub: Child Care Leave – recommendations of the 7th CPC

It may please be recalled that, the 6th CPC, accepting the consistent demand of the Staff Side for grant of Child Care Leave to Women Central Government Employees, had recommended maximum two years CCL for women government employees for taking care of maximum two children as a welfare measure. Women government employees were availing this specific leave for taking care of their children with 100% salary for a maximum period of two years. Owing to certain difficulties having been experienced by the employers, certain conditions were subsequently laid down to avail CCL by women government employees.

One of the subsequently introduced conditions was that, they can avail this leave in maximum 3 spell in a calendar year. While 7th CPC has duly acknowledged the requirement of CCL for women government employees as well as single male employees and recommended that the practice should continue as hitherto, additionally entitling single male employee to avail the same, but unfortunately, imposed another new condition that, although for the first 365 CCL 100% salary would be payable, however, for subsequent 365 days only 80% of the salary is to be paid.

It may be appreciated that, provision of CCL to women government employees was made with the sole motto of taking care of their children, particularly at the time when the children are in grave need of the same as a welfare measure and the same was being granted with 100% salary before the report of the 7th CPC came in the effect.

Therefore, imposition of the condition of 80% salary payable in the 2nd spell of 365 days is grossly unjustified and uncalled for and would result in withdrawal of a well acknowledged welfare measure.

It is, therefore, requested that the issue may be looked into in the light of the foregoing, and the earlier practice of payment of 100% salary for the entire 2 years may please be restored as a noble employer.

Comradely yours,
sd/-
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary (Staff Side) NC/JCM & Convener

Source: http://ncjcmstaffside.com/

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3rd Pay Revision for CPSE : Implementation order issued by DPE on 3.8.2017

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3rd Pay Revision for CPSE : Implementation order issued by DPE on 3.8.2017

Pay Revision of Board level and below Board level Executives and Non-Unionised Supervisors of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) w.e.f. 01.01.2017.

No. W-02/0028/2017-DPE (WC)-GL-XIII/17
Government of India
Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
Department of Public Enterprises

Public Enterprises Bhawan
Block No. 14, C. G. 0. Complex,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003
Dated: 3rd August, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:-Pay Revision of Board level and below Board level Executives and Non-Unionised Supervisors of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) w.e.f. 01.01.2017.

The last revision of the scale of pay of Board level and below Board level Executives and Non-Unionized Supervisors of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) was made effective from 01.01.2007 for a period of 10 years. As the next Pay Revision became due from 01.01.2017, the Government had set up the 3rd Pay Revision Committee (PRC) under the chairmanship of Justice Satish Chandra (Retd.) to recommend revision of pay and allowances for above categories of employees following IDA pattern of pay scales with effect from 01.01.2017. The Government, after due consideration of the recommendations of the 3rd PRC have decided as follows:

2.Revised Pay Scales: – The revised Pay scales for Board and below Board level executives would be as indicated in Annexure-I. There will be no change in the number and structure of pay scales and every executive has to be fitted into the corresponding new pay scale. In case of CPSEs which are yet to be categorized, the revised pay scales as applicable to the Schedule `D’ CPSEs would be applicable.

3 Affordability: The revised pay scales would be implemented subject to the condition that the additional financial impact in the year of implementing the revised pay-package for Board level executives, Below Board level executives and Non-Unionized Supervisors should not be more than 20% of the average Profit Before Tax (PBT) of the last three financial years preceding the year of implementation.

3rd Pay Revision for CPSE : FITMENT BENEFIT
3rd Pay Revision for CPSE : METHODOLOGY FOR PAY FIXATION
3rd Pay Revision for CPSE : INCREMENT
3rd Pay Revision for CPSE : DEARNESS ALLOWANCE
3rd Pay Revision for CPSE : HRA and HRR
3rd Pay Revision for CPSE : PERFORMANCE RELATED PAY (PRP)
3rd Pay Revision for CPSE : SUPERANNUATION BENEFITS
3rd Pay Revision for CPSE : LEAVE REGULATIONS/MANAGEMENT
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