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Travelling Allowance to Railway Employees

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Travelling Allowance to Railway Employees

Travelling Allowance Rules -Implementation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission RBE 103/2017

Acceptance of digitally signed revision authorities

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Acceptance of digitally signed revision authorities

CPAO order(CPAO/IT&Tech/Revision(7th CPC)/19.Vol-III(B)/2017-18-106) dated 24.8.2017

Issuance of physical duly embossed with Special Seal copy of SSA to the Banks

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Issuance of physical duly embossed with Special Seal copy of SSA to the Banks

CPAO order(CPAO/IT&Tech/Revision(7th CPC)/19.Vol-III(B)/2017-18-105) dated 24.8.2017

Latest Finance Ministry Orders - July & August 2017

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Latest Finance Ministry Orders - 2017


Latest Finance Ministry Orders
OM No.
Date
Subject
Download
19030/1/2017-E.IV
18.8.2017
7th CPC Travelling Allowance Rules
1-6/2016-IC
3.8.2017
Bunching of stages in the revised pay structure
21/5/2017-E.II(B)
2.8.2017
7th CPC Transport Allowance
19051/1/2017-E.IV
2.8.2017
7th CPC Dress Allowance
1/2/2016-E-III(A)
26.7.2017
7th CPC Allowances for Autonomous Organizations
5(1)-B(PD)/2017
17.7.2017
GPF Interest rate for July to Sept 2017
12/1/2017-E.II(B)
18.7.2017
7th CPC Island Special Duty Allowance
11/1/2017-E.II(B)
18.7.2017
7th CPC Special Duty Allowance
19024/22/2017-EN
19.7.2017
Guidelines on Air Travel on Official Tours
28/2/2017-E.II(B)
19.7.2017
Additional HRA to CG Employees
19039/03/2017-E.IV
19.7.2017
7th CPC Conveyance Allowance Rates
3/1/2017-E.II(B)
19.7.2017
7th CPC Tough Location Allowance
6/1/2017-E.II(B)
19.7.2017
7th CPC Project Allowance Rates
12-3/2016-E.lll(A)
20.7.2017
7th CPC Extra Work Allowance


Latest DoPT Orders - August 2017

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LATEST DOPT ORDERS

Orders issued by Department of Personnel and Training in the month of August 2017
DoPT Orders – August 2017
OM No.
Date
Subject
Link
31011/5/2014-Estt (A.IV)
21.8.2017
Procedure for booking of air-tickets on LTC - clarification
11037/01/2017-AIS-III
21.8.2017
Change in inter-se seniority in the event of cadre transfers
A-27012/03/2-17-Estt(AL)
16.8.2017
Special Allowance for child care for women with disabilities
A-27012/02/2017-Estt.(AL)
16.8.2017
Grant of Children Education Allowance
A-27023/01/2017-Estt (AL)
16.8.2017
Abolishing Desk Allowance
A-12034/0312016-ISTM
16.8.2017
Amendment in Recruitment Rules for the post of Assistant Director

36023/1/2017-Estt.(Res.)
11.8.2017
Training of the Liaison Officers for SC/ST/Person with Disablities and OBC
36027/1/2017-Estt.(Res.)
03.8.2017
Appointments made on Fake/False Caste Certificates Casese

Historical Perspective on Pay Structure of Central Government Employees

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Historical Perspective on Pay Structure of Central Government Employees

The thrust of all the previous Pay Commissions has been to propose an improvement in the pay structure by way of ‘simplification and rationalisation.’ The most visible results of this exercise are evident in terms of reduction in number of pay scales as well as the compression ratio. 

Traditionally, compression ratio has been taken as a ratio of maximum salary drawn by the Secretary to Government of India to minimum salary drawn by the lowest functionary in the government. Table 1 below brings out the trend in pay structure in the government of India over the years:
It can be seen from the table above that successive Pay Commissions have consciously tried to reduce the number of pay scales even though they tended to increase during the intervening period between any two Pay Commissions. There were, however, no significant changes in the pay structure per se until the IV CPC, when the concept of running pay scales was introduced in a limited way in respect of Defence forces. For others, individual pay scales continued till the V CPC. 

It was the VI CPC which recommended running pay bands for both Civilians as well as Defence forces. This was coupled with the introduction of the concept of Grade Pay as a level differentiator. Another new feature was the calculation of the annual increment on percentage basis. Prior to VI CPC, the increment was a flat sum, depending on the pay scale. 

The effort at compression of levels was carried forward by the VI CPC, which reduced the existing 35 levels to 19. Another radical measure was the doing away with ‘GroupD’ as a category and placement of ‘Group-D’ personnel in ‘Group-C’ after appropriate training whenever necessary. Hence, it can be seen that the simplification process set in motion by previous Pay Commissions.


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