Wednesday, October 22, 2014

MERGER OF DA ,INTERIM RELIEF- JOINT PROGRAMME OF ACTION ON CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES COMMON DEMANDS

JCM STAFF SIDE NATIONAL CONVENTION ON 11TH DECEMBER 2014 AT NEW DELHI. WILL DECLARE JOINT PROGRAMME OF ACTION ON CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES COMMON DEMANDS


JCM Staff Side leadership has decided to organize a National Convention of all Central Government Employees (Railway, Defence & Confederation) on 11th December 2014 at New Delhi from 12 PM to 4 PM. Convention will adopt a joint resolution on the common demands of the Central Government Employees viz; Merger of DA, Interim Relief, Inlcusion of GDS under 7th CPC, Scrap New Pension Scheme etc and will declare joint programs of action. Further details regarding number of delegates to be participated from each affiliated Organisation & State C-O-Cs of Confederation will be published shortly.

M. Krishnan
Secretary General
Confederation

Source-http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

400 new quarters made available for government employees in New Delhi

400 new quarters made available for government employees in New Delhi

37,000 more to be built in four years to meet demand, says Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu

Shortfall in Lok Sabha accommodation pool will soon be overcome, said Shri Naidu

Minister asks CPWD to get efficient, transparent and accountable

40% of central government employees tend to be absent from work on any single working day of the week-Attendance.gov.in

40% of central government employees tend to be absent from work on any single working day of the week-Attendance.gov.in



ATTENDANCE IN TIME STATISTIC

7th Pay Commission team visits Siachen to get first-hand experience



The 7th Pay Commission visited forward areas in Jammu and Kashmir, including the world’s highest battlefield on the Siachen glacier, to get the first-hand feel of the freezing temperatures and hardship faced by soldiers.


siachen
The 16-member team headed by the panel’s chairman, retired judge A.K. Mathur, spent time at the base camp in Siachen and went to other forward areas. The three services have submitted a joint memorandum to the Pay Commission regarding their “wish list”. The panel will visit other defence installations as it continues its deliberations till January 1, 2016.

Friday, October 17, 2014

The Prime Minister assured the Commanders that he would do everything to fulfill the promises made on One Rank One Pension

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi addressed the Combined Commanders` Conference 2014 in New Delhi today.

The Prime Minister said that India`s Armed Forces, which represent the world`s largest democracy, were second to none in professionalism, valour, commitment, service and duty. The Armed Forces have always vindicated the faith and confidence that people of India placed in them, whether it is for our nation`s security or for relief in times of natural calamities. He thanked the Armed Forces for their extraordinary service to the people during the floods in Jammu and Kashmir and the cyclone on the East Coast. He paid tribute to the tradition and training that inculcated the highest ideals and professional capabilities in our Armed Forces. The nation`s trust was the biggest strength of our Armed Forces.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Why the retirement age for Central Government Employees is not increased from 60 to 62?!

34 countries retirement age percentage 
Why the retirement age for Central Government Employees is not increased from 60 to 62?!
Some days ago, we had posted a news paper article on the possibility of increasing the retirement age limit of scientists from 60 to 62.
Whenever we happen to read it, the question of when the retirement age for central government employees will be increased arises in our minds. Some valid reasons to justify this thought:
1) The average life span of an individual has increased
2) The age limit to get appointment in a job has also been increased
3) As per the existing MACP rules, it is slightly difficult for an employee to get a third MACP
4) The new pension scheme was introduced after 1.1.2014
5) Today, in many countries, the average retirement age is 63. When compared to this the retirement age limit in our country is 60.
In spite of all these valid reasons why the retirement age for Central Government Employees is not increased from 60 to 62 

MP govt announces 7 pc increase in DA effect from July 1, 2014.

MP govt announces 7 pc increase in DA effect from July 1, 2014.
7 percent DA to government servants

8.75 lakh employees including pensioners to benefit 
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan announces 

Bhopal : Monday, October 13, 2014,

Government officers and employees will be given 7 percent dearness allowance with effect from July 1, 2014. Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced this here today. Increased dearness allowance will benefit 4 lakh permanent officers and employees of the state government, 2 lakh 8 thousand pensioners and 2 lakh employees of Panchayat raj institutions.

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Will the NCJCM meeting, scheduled today -Interim Relief and 50% DA Merger???

Will the NCJCM meeting, scheduled today (i.e. on 12.10.2014) bring us any good tidings about Interim Relief and 50% DA Merger???
We already updated you about the NCJCM meeting to be held on 12.10.2014 (Sunday). The agenda of this meeting consists of the following three points that was repeatedly stressed by employees through numerous meetings and protests:
1. 50% DA Merger
2. Interim Relief and 
3. Date of implementation of the 7th Central Pay Commission

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Last chance for Getting 50% DA Merger or Interim Relief!

Last chance for Getting 50% DA Merger or Interim Relief!

Date of implementation of 7th CPC to be decided in the JCM meeting to be held on 12.10.2014


An urgent JCM National Council Staff meeting is scheduled on 12.10.2014 to discuss and finalize the following demands, which were expected by all employees since long:

1) 50% DA Merger

2) Interim relief and

3) Date of effect of 7th CPC recommendations

Even in the meeting which took place on 07.05.2014 a good decision was not reached. Though the above demands were refused several times, all of us strongly hope that the upcoming NCJCM meeting will provide a good solution.

What will be the future course of action by the central government on the above issues?? Soon, we will get the final answers!!!

Let’s be positive and always hope for the best.

7th Central Pay Commission – Interim Report

7th Central Pay Commission – Interim Report

"Presently, we consider the interim report as essential due to the important reasons given below:
 1. The 50% DA merger that was allowed in the 5th Pay Commission is not made available now for Central Government employees
 2. Also the inflation rate in the 6th Pay Commission is very high.”


The terms and references of the 7th Central Pay Commission was approved by the cabinet on 28.02.2014. In the terms of references document, in paragraph (h), it has been said that if needed an interim report can be recommended.

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