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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

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

UPGRADATION OF GRADE PAY OF LDC& UDC- 
ON BEHALOF LDC & UDC OF DEFENCE CIVILIAN SECTOR
SHRI ARVIND SHINDE WRITES TO SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF DEFENCE, NEW DELHI.




Monday, September 1, 2014

Night Duty Allowance in sixth pay commission – CAT Mumbai Order

A copy of the order send by Shri T.K. Damodaran (New Jersey, USA) is published hereunder for the viewers of this blog.  As regards the demand for payment of Night Duty Allowance, Over time Allowance etc, on the basis of 6th CPC recommendation, Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers & Staff Side National JCM are pursuing it continuously. Definitely this order will strengthen the Staff Organisation to intensify the activities further.

 TKR Pillai


OA No.2017/2014
CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL BOMBAY BENCH, MUMBAI
ORIGINAL APPLICATION NO:- 2017/2014 DATED THIS Friday THE 17th DAY OF January, 2014.

CORAM:-HON’BLE SMT. CHAMELI MAJUMDAR, MEMBER (J)

All Employees of Ordnance Factory Ambajhari, Nagpur 440 021
(1598 Applicants name list attached )
                                                                                    … . … Applicants

(By Advocate Shri Shaikh Ayyub)

VERSUS

1.Union of India, Through the Secretary, Ministry of Defence, D(Fy.II), Sena Bhawan, New Delhi 110 001.
2.The Secretary,
Ministry of Personnel & Public Grievances, Department of Personnel & 
Training, New Delhi 110 001.
3.The D.G.O.F./Chairman, Ordnance Factory Board, 10-A, Shaheed Khudiram Bose Road, Kolkata 700 001.
4.The Sr. 
General Manager, Ordnance Factory Ambajhari Nagpur 440 021. …
                                                                                ..……..Respondents

(By Advocate Shri R. G. Agarwal)
OA No.2017/2014

ORDER(ORAL)

Per: Smt. Chameli Majumdar, Member (J).

There are 1598 applicants in this O.A. who have joined this Original Application with a common grievance and praying for common relief. However, the title sheet of the O.A. indicates that there are 1603 applicants (Sl.Nos. 135, 845, 987, 1212 and 1322 being left out while numbering). M.A. No. 2009/2014 filed by the applicants for joint petition is allowed.

2. The Applicant No. 1 is the Union of the Ordnance Factory, Ambajhari, Nagpur. The grievance of the applicants is that although other employees of some Units of Defence establishment are being paid Night Duty Allowance as per Fifth and Sixth Central Pay Commission, the same is denied to the workmen of the factory of the Ordnance Factory Board at Ambhajari.

3. Heard Shri Shaikh Ayyub, Learned Counsel for the applicants and Shri R. G. Agarwal, Learned Counsel for the Respondents.

4. The Learned Counsel for the applicants has drawn my attention to the judgment passed by the Central Administrative Tribunal, Madras Bench, in O.A. No. 1391/2010 decided on 08.08.2012. In the said judgment, the Tribunal at Madras Bench relied on the judgment passed by the Central Administrative Tribunal, Jodhpur Bench. Relevant portion of the judgment is set out herein below :

“this is a fit case to direct the respondents to calculate and pay night duty allowance payable to industrial employees working in the 4th respondent factory on the basis of the revised basic pay and allowances drawn by them with effect from 01.01.1996 and 01.01.2006 as per the 5th and 6th Pay Commission’s recommendations respectively along with arrears with effect from 1.1.1996. The respondents are further directed to complete the entire exercise within a period of three months from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. In the result, the O.A. is allowed. No order as to costs.”

5. In view of the above, the competent authority is directed to consider the said representations of the applicants in the light of the judgment passed by Jodhpur as well as Madras Bench within 12 weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of this order and pass a reasoned and speaking order in accordance with law.

6. The O.A. stands disposed of in terms of above direction at the admission stage itself.

(Smt. Chameli Majumdar)

Member (J)

Amendment to CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 - Notification regarding (Click the link below)
Regularisation Contract Workers in Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation-High Court Bangalore dismissed the Writ Petition filed by the Union of India

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BANGALORE
DATED THIS THE 22ND DAY OF APRIL 2014

PRESENT
THE HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE K.L.MANJUNATH

AND
THE HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE RAVI MALIMATH

WRIT PETITION NO.57381 OF 2013(S-CAT) AND
WRIT PETITION NOS.8010-8035 OF 2014(S-CAT)
BETWEEN:

1. The Union of India
Represented by its Secretary
Ministry of Statistics and Programme
Implementation, Sardar Patel Bhavan,
Sansad Marg,
New Delhi - 110 001.

2. The Secretary
Ministry of Finance,
Department of Expenditure
North Block, Loknayak Bhavan,
New Delhi - 110 001.

3. The Director General and Chief Executive Officer
Ministry of Statistics and Programme
Implementation, Sardar Patel Bhavan,
Sansad Marg,
New Delhi - 110 001.

4. The Additional Director General NSSC,
Data Processing Division (Head Quarters),
No.161, GLT Road, Mahalanobis Bhavan,
Kolkata - 700 108.

5. The Deputy Director, General NSSO,
Data Processing Centre,
III Floor, "F" Wing, Kendriya Sadan,
Koramangala,
Bangalore - 560 034.                                                     ...PETITIONERS

(By Sri A.Hanumanthappa, CGC)

AND:

1. S.D.Jayaprakash S/o S.B.Dakshinamurthyachar Aged about 43 years
 2. Sri M.Ravi S/o G.Mariyappa, Aged about 41 years
 3. Sri Rudraiah S/o late Kyathaiah Aged about 44 years
 4. Smt.Dhanalakshmi S W/o Srinivasa Murthy Aged about 42 years
 5. Sri Jagadish B S/o Venkata Naik, Aged about 41 years
 6. Smt.Jaya Bisht W/o B.S.Bisht Aged about 42 years
 7. Smt.Jyothis C W/o Noel Cardoza, Aged about 42 years
 8. Sri Kumar R, S/o H.Ramu Aged about 40 years
 9. Smt.Latha Rani B.V W/o Kumar R Aged about 39 years
 10. Smt.Madhushalini W/o B.Shivaraj Aged about 42 years
 11. Smt.Rajalakshmi A.S. W/o D.E.Lakshmi Prakash
Aged about 42 years
 12. Smt.Rekha T W/o M.C.Naveen Aged about 42 years
 13. Sri Shanmukha S/o Jogappa Aged about 46 years
 14. Sri Srinath D.A S/o D.R.Arunachalam, Aged about 41 years
 15. Smt.Umarani M.S. W/o B.V.Nagaraj Aged about 41 years
 16. Smt.Vidya N W/o N.Arun Aged about 41 years
 17. Smt.Hemalatha V.B
W/o Jagannatha Nayaka R Aged about 37 years

18. Sri Indiresh Kumar C S/o N.Chandrashekar
Aged about 41 years
 19. Smt.Lalitha P, W/o A.Jeyashankar Aged about 41 years
 20. Smt.Malathi S W/o Nanjundappa T.A. Aged about 38 years
 21. Sri Narendra Kumar J S/o Jettappa, Aged about 40 years
 22. Smt.Rajini K,W/o Sridhara Adiga Aged about 39 years
 23. Smt.Sandhya S.N. W/o Krishna B.R.,Aged about 38 years
 24. Sri Shankar M S/o Mahadevaiah M.R, Aged about 38 years
 25. Smt.Shobha Rani B.S. W/o Manjunath L.M., Aged about 39 years
 26. Smt.Sudharani K.C. W/o Indiresh Kumar C
Aged about 38 years

27. Smt.R.Susmitha W/o Kiran Kumar V.S.
Aged about 41 years.                                                   ...RESPONDENTS

(By Sri Ranganatha S.Jois, Advocate)
*****
These Writ Petitions are filed under Article 226 and 227 of the Constitution of India praying to quash the order dated 1.4.2013 passed by the Hon'ble Central Administrative Tribunal, Bangalore Bench (Vide Annexure- A) and dismiss the O.A.No.339/2011 by allowing this Writ Petition.

These Writ Petitions coming on for hearing this day, K.L.Manjunath J., made the following:-

ORDER

Aggrieved by the direction issued by the Central Administrative tribunal, Bangalore Bench in Original Application No.339/2011 on 4th April, 2011, the present appeal is filed.

2. Heard the learned counsel appearing for both the parties. The respondents are working on contract basis against sanctioned post and they were selected through regular selection process sponsored through employment exchange. Their services were not regularized. Therefore, they approached the Central Administrative tribunal requesting the tribunal to issue a direction to regularize their services. The tribunal considering the Judgment of the Division Bench of this Court in writ petition no.17545/2011 and also the decision of a co-ordinate bench in O.A.278/2012 of the Calcutta Bench which was followed by this Court in connected matter allowed the application filed by the respondent directing the respondents-petitioners herein to take a decision to regularise their services and till then the respondents were allowed to continue the services. This order is called in question in these petitions.

2. It is brought to our notice that the decision of the Calcutta Bench of the Central Administrative tribunal was taken up before the Calcutta High court in writ petition CT No.488/2013 wherein the High Court of Calcutta has confirmed the order of the Bench against which a Special Leave Petition was filed before the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India by the Union of India in Special Leave Petition No.7686/2014 which has been dismissed by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India on 2-4-2014.

3. In view of the dismissal of the Special Leave Petition by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India after the Judgment has been rendered by the Central Administrative tribunal, Bangalore Bench, in the present case is based on the decision of the Central Administrative tribunal, Calcutta Bench, we have no other option but to dismiss these petitions. Accordingly, these petitions are dismissed.

Sd/-
JUDGE

Sd/-
JUDGE

rsk/-

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Kolkata CAT Order regarding Payment of wages and DA to Casual Labourers







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