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We demanded promotion of all educationally qualified (including matriculate)MTS to LDC as a one time measure & the case is learnt to be sent to the DoPT by the Ministry for relaxation. Please ask all MTS to join the Association. Please also send Annexure A & B immediately- General Secretary

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We have proposed a very balancing pay scale for Administrative Staff & Official Language posts in the Memorandum submitted to the 7th CPC. For MTS Rs. 33000 plus 15%, LDC Rs. 46000, Steno Grade II Rs. 56000, Junior Translator Rs. 66000 etc. For details please go through the Memorandum published in this web site- General Secretary

Friday, November 21, 2014

AADHAR BASED BIO METRIC ATTENDANCE SYSTEM FOR ALL CENTRAL GOVERNMENT OFFICES BY 26TH JANUARY 2016(Please click the link below) 
http://7thpaycommissionnews.in/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Introduction-of-AADHAR-Enabled-Bio-metric-Attendance-System.pdf
Enhancement of Fixed Medical Allowance from Rs.300/- to Rs.500/- for pensioners.(Please click the link below)
http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D3/D03ppw/PPWD_21112014.pdf
LDC/UDC & MACP ISSUES WILL BE RAISED  
NATIONAL CONVENTION OF JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL (STAFF SIDE)ON 11TH DECEMBER 2014

JCM, National Council, Staff Side organizations will be organizing a National Convention of all Central Government Employees at New Delhi on 11.12.2014. Railway, Defence & Confederation will participate in the convention. Convention will declare future course of action. The meeting is mainly concentrating on the demands of DA merger, Interim Relief, Date of effect of 7th CPC inclusion of GDS under 7th CPC etc. Delegates from this Association will be participating in the programme. In addition to the above mentioned issues, we are concentrating on the issues of LDC-UDC & Grant of MACP on Hierarchy and these issues will be raised in the meeting in its own prominence.

            Moreover, this Association proposes to give a joint memorandum for up gradation of pay scale to LDC/UDC to the 7th Pay Commission. We request all associations to support.

TKR Pillai
General Secretary


Thursday, November 20, 2014

SUBSEQUENT MOVE
MINUTES OF THE EXTENDED STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING ON MACP ON PROMOTIONAL HIERARCHY, CONDUCTED ON 15TH NOVEMBER 2014 AT NEW DELHI
In order to discuss/review the decision taken in the meetings dated 25th and 27th September 2014 an extended meeting of the steering committee on MACP on promotional hierarchy was convened at IP Bhawan New Delhi on 15th November 2014. In the meetings conducted on 25th, 27th September & 2nd October 2014, decision to intervene in the SLP filed in the Supreme Court by the Government against granting of MACP on promotional hierarchy was taken. In continuation, CPWD Engineers Association, All India CPWD Engineers Association and Indian Ordinance Factory Gazetted Officers Association had agreed to intervene in the case by engaging senior lawyers. To strengthen the present steering committee by organizing all others Associations it was decided to call an extended meeting of the steering committee   and accordingly invitation for participating the meeting was sent to all others Unions/Association that were come in our contact during the intervening period.
The following persons/Organisations/representatives were present in the meeting on 15/11/2014.
S.No.
Name (S/Shri)
Name of Organisation
1.
Karam Vir Singh
All India CPWD Engineer Association
2.
B S Negi
All India CPWD Engineers Association
3.
R. K Singh
All India CPWD Engineers Association
4.
Charan Babu
CPWD Engineers Association
5.
Bhupendra Singh
CPWD Engineers Association
6.
N Somaiah
A I Central Ground Water Board Employees Association
7.
K S Madhusudanan
A I Central Ground Water Board Employees Association
8.
V Bhattacharjee
National Federation of Civil Accounts Association
9.
Jairaj KV
National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees
10.
K G Bilaskar
National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees
11.
Param Yadav
All DDA Engineers Association
12.
Viqar Ali
All DDA Engineers Association
13.
Jagdish Chandra
All DDA Engineers Association, Delhi
14.
R K Gupta
All DDA Engineers Association, Delhi
15
IH Jafri
All DDA Engineers Association
16.
JPS Sehgal
CPWD Assistant (AD) Association
17,
Bhupendra Singh
CPWD Assistant (AD) Association
18.
Vinod Sharma
CPWD Assistant (AD) Association
19.
Manoj Kumar Ghosh
South Eastern Rail way Karangpur Division
20.
Tanmay Kumar Sarkar
South Eastern Railway Karangpur Division
21.
S K Rai
IMD NG Administrative Staff Association
22.
Shaukat Ali
All India EME Employees Association, Secunderabad 
23.
G Shreehari,
All India EME Employees Association, Secunderabad 
24.
S S Nath
Association of Junior Engineers, Central Water Commission
25.
Devendra Kumar
Mos & PI 
26.
Aparoop Bhattacharya
All India Association of Statistical Investigator (SSS)
27.
Mani Bhushan
All India Association of Statistical Investigator (SSS)
28.
Ravi Karan
Statistical Officers Association, Ministry of Statistics & Planning Implementation
29.
Yogiraj Chandeliya
Kendriya Vidhyalaya Sangathan
30.
Neeraj Shrivastava
All India Economic Officers Association
31
Debashish Shukla
All India Economic Officers Association
32.
Thapayal
All India Economic Officers Association
33.
Rohit Jain
Indian Ordinance Factory Gazetted Officers Association
34.
Suresh Kumar
All India CGHS Employees Association
35.
A S Bhatnagar
Group B Officers Association Survey of India
36
S P Dey
Group B (Gazetted) Officers Association Survey of India
37.
Ajay Bhatnagar
Group B (Gazetted) Officers Association Survey of India
38.
S P Dey
Group B (Gazetted) Officers Association Survey of India
39.
A K Bhalla
Club 69, Retired Central Secretariat officers
40..
B N Kapoor
Club 69, Retired Central Secretariat officers
41.
Rudra Dutt
Club 69, Retired Central Secretariat officers
42.
Rao Narendra
Delhi Fire Service Association
43.
Kulwant Singh
Group B (Gazetted) Officers Association
44.
R P Arya
All India Census EDP Staff Association
45.
Suresh Sahu
All India Census EDP Staff Association
46.
Jai Prakash
All India Census EDP Staff Association
47
Hamed Husain
IIS Association
48.
Sanjay Kumar
Defence Department
49
Sujoy Saha
Raj Riffle Regimental Centre, Delhi
50.
Narendra Kumar
Raj Riffle Regimental Centre, Delhi
51.
Ramanand
Junior Engineers Association, CPWD.
52
D P Singh
All India Radio
53.
Naresh Kumar Yadav
All India MES Civilian Engineers Association
54
TKR Pillai
All India Association of Admn Staff MoS&PI
55.
Sardar Singh
CPWD Group C Association

Besides, the following Associations have informed their inability to attend in the meeting due to personal or non availability of Train ticket etc and agreed to abide the decision taken in the meeting.
1
DS Jadhav
Kamgar Sabha, Central Water & Power research Station Pune
2.
Shri Neelesh
IBM Staff Association, Nagpur
3.
Shri Deepak Karki
Survey of India Ministerial Staff Association
4.
Aroop Chaterjee
Botanical Survey of India Employees Association
5.
Shri Ramanand
WPC&WMO Non Gazetted Staff Union, Ministry of Communication, Delhi
6.
Shri L B Reddy/Jagdish Rai
All India Navodaya Vidhyalaya Samiti Association

Briefing the functioning of the Steering Committee since its formation on 26/09/2014 convener of the steering committee has said that the Committee is an open platform to discuss and fight for the illogical and anti employee MACP scheme introduced by the Government.  The Government of India Officers/Employees’ Associations affected with MACP are assembled in this platform irrespective of any variation of Ministries, groups, cadres. The steering committee has decided to intervene the SLP filed against granting of MACP on promotional hierarchy by the Government against Shri M V Mohanan Nair (CAT Ernakulam), Shri Babu Ram, Smt Reeta Devi & Shri Dhirender Singh (CAT Chandigarh), he said.

As regards to the engagement of advocates to defend the SLPs, the convener has said that  Shri M V Mohanan Nair has engaged Justice Giri and Shri Babu Ram, Dhirender Singh and Smt Reeta Devi have engaged Adv O P Badhani to present their side in the Supreme Court. Meanwhile, all India CPWD Engineers Association has engaged an advocate to intervene the SLP at Supreme Court. Similarly, Shri Sanjay Kumar whose case is pending in the Delhi High Court has also decided to file an application before the Supreme Court in order to intervene in the case.

During the course of discussion, Shri Jayaraj KV, Secretary General, National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees has informed that his Federation is desired to file an application as an intervener in the case for which a decision will be taken in his Associations Executive Meeting immediately.
As regards the collection of funds to meet the expenses of the legal action the Meeting has decided to set a target of Rs. 15 lakhs collection. The Associations that present in the meeting have informed that they are ready to give contribution as per the actual members affected with MACP in the respective Association. Shri SK Vyas, Advisor Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers, present in the meeting as guest, has suggested that the collection of funds in accordance with the affected persons is not practical and in place all Federations, Associations including the Federations/Association that are not affected with the MACP Scheme should be asked to give contribution to meet the requirement. He suggested all the Unions/Associations including Unions of Railways, Postal and Income tax should be asked to contribute and support the MACP issue. Shri Vyas has also said that National JCM (Staff Side) may be asked to intervene the case in the Supreme Court. Accordingly, the meeting decided to send letters to all major Federations/Associations as well the Secretary JCM (Staff Side). It was also decided to prepare a list of Federations/Associations from them contribution is to be collected.

            Leaders representing various Associations/Unions have addressed the meeting and asked the steering committee to take the challenge very seriously and all possible efforts should be taken to resolve the issue positively. The extended meeting unanimously decided to engage lawyers to intervene in the SLP filed on MACP before Hon’ble Supreme Court. It has also decided collection of contribution from all Federations/Unions including NFPE/Income Tax Employees Federation/All India Audit and Accounts Association and all other Associations who are not participated in the meeting. Accordingly letters informing the decision taken in the extended steering committee meeting will be intimated to these Associations. 

            The meeting also decided to expand the Steering Committee by nominating Shri Jayaraj KV, Secretary General, National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees, Shri V Bhattacharjee, Secretary General  National Federation of Civil Accounts Association, K S Madhusudanan, Secretary General,  A I Central Ground Water Board Employees Association, R P Arya, Secretary General, All India Census EDP Staff Association, Shri Param Yadav President, All DDA Engineers Association, Shri Naresh Kumar Yadav, President, MES Civil Engineers, Association & Shri Suresh Kumar, Delhi Unit President, All India CGHS Employees Association.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks
(TKR Pillai)
Convener


CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (CLASSIFICATION, CONTROL AND APPEAL) RULES, 1965-  ADVICE OF THE UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (UPSC) TO BE COMMUNICATED TO THE DELINQUENT GOVERNMENT SERVANT - AMENDMENT - REGARDING
(Click the link below  for details)
http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/11012_8_2011-Estt.A-19112014.pdf