Thursday, November 19, 2015

7-வது ஊதியக்குழு அறிக்கை சமர்ப்பிப்பு

7-வது ஊதியக்குழுவின் அறிக்கை  நிதியமைச்சர் அருண்ஜெட்லியிடம் சமர்பிக்கப்பட்டது. 

புதுடில்லி: 7-வது ஊதியக்குழுவின் அறிக்கை மத்திய அரசிடம் சமர்பிக்கப்பட்டது. குழுவின் தலைவர் ஏ,கே., மாத்தூர் மத்திய அமைச்சர் நிதியமைச்சர் அருண்ஜெட்லியிடம் சமர்பித்தார். . 

அறிக்கையில் மத்திய அரசு ஊழியர்களின் குறைந்தபட்ச ஊதியமாக ரூ 18, ஆயிரம் வழங்க வேண்டும் எனவும், ஊழியர்களுக்கு ஆண்டிற்கு 3 சதவீதம் ஊதிய உயர்வு வழங்க வேண்டும் எனவும், வீ்ட்டு வசதி கடனை 25 லட்சம் வரையில் வழங்கலாம் எனவும் பரிந்துரைக்கப் பட்டுள்ளது.
 (After considering all relevant factors the Commission is of the view that the minimum pay in government recommended at Rs.18,000 per month, w.e.f. 01.01.2016, uniform fitment factor 2.57, The rate of annual increment is being retained at 3 percent,The Commission recommends that this benchmark, in the interest of improving performance level, be enhanced from ‘Good’ to ‘Very Good.’ HRA should be rationalized to 24 percent, 16 percent and 8 percent of the Basic Pay for Class X, Y and Z cities respectively

it is proposed to raise the amount to Rs.200 per holiday for Supervisors, Postal Assistants and Postmen/Sorting Postmen; and Rs.150 per holiday for Multi-tasking Staff.  performance related pay should be intruduced in the govt. and all the bonus payments should necessarily be linked with productivity )

Gramin Dak Sewaks 11.8.48 A demand has been made before the Commission for treating Gramin Dak Sewaks (GDS) as civil servants at par with other regular employees for all purposes. Analysis and Recommendations 11.8.49 The Commission has carefully considered the demand and noted the following:
 a. GDS are Extra-Departmental Agents recruited by Department of Posts to serve in rural areas. 
b. As per the RRs, the minimum educational qualification for recruitment to this post is Class X. 
c. GDS are required to be on duty only for 4-5 hours a day under the terms and conditions of their service.
 d. The GDS are remunerated with Time Related Continuity Allowance (TRCA) on the pattern of pay scales for regular government employees, plus DA on pro-rata basis.
 e. A GDS must have other means of income independent of his remuneration as a GDS, to sustain himself and his family. 

11.8.50 Government of India has so far held that the GDS is outside the Civil Service of the Union and shall not claim to be at par with the Central Government employees. 
The Supreme Court judgment also states that GDS are only holders of civil posts but not civilian employees. The Commission endorses this view and therefore has no recommendation with regard to GDS.

Key highlights of 7th Pay Commission report

7th pay commission report Highlights:
  • Minimum pay is 18,000/-
  • Grade Pay System abolished
  • fitment formula will be 2.57. So using present basic pay, 7th CPC pay can be calculated by multiplying the same with 2.57 factor.
  • Increase in Military service Pay increased to 16,500
  • 3% annual increment
  • 52 allowances abolished
  • 16% increase in pay
  • 23.55% increase overall salary when taking in to increase in allowances also
  • 24% increase in Pension

In a bonanza for central government employees, the Seventh Pay Commission on Thursday submitted its final report to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley recommending a 22-23 percent jump in their salary and allowances.

The Pay Commission headed by Justice A K Mathur has suggested a 15 percent increase over the basic salary plus DA for the central government staff. An increase in allowances like HRA has also been recommended.

The total increase will be 23.55 percent of the gross salary (basic plus DA plus allowances). The pay commission has also proposed a status quo on the retirement age of central government employees. Retirement age for central government employees is 60 years now.

The recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission are scheduled to take effect from January 1, 2016.

Besides Chairman, other members of the commission are Vivek Rae, a retired IAS officer of 1978 batch, and Rathin Roy, an economist. Meena Agarwal is secretary of the commission.

The central government constitutes the pay commission every 10 years to revise the pay scale of its employees and often these are adopted by states after some modifications.

The Commission was set up by the UPA government in February 2014 to revise remuneration of about 48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners.

The Union Cabinet had extended the term of the panel in August by four months, till December. The 6th Pay Commission was implemented with effect from January 1, 2006.

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