Tuesday, 7 July 2015

7/07/2015

1)Government May Cap Premature PF Withdrawals at 75%

2)Aadhaar Seeding cum Registration Camps for Pensioners
Important Message for All PensionersClick here to see above in details 
04 Jul, 2015 1:31p.m.
The Seventh Pay Commission may recommend a 2-3 times hike in government salaries from 2006 levels, a move which may spread cheers among civil servants but increase the stress on the fisc.

Sources told Bloomberg TV India that Seventh Central Pay Commission (CPC) was considering mega give-away to the government employees. When the government implements the CPC mandate hopefully from January 2016, salary scale may double or treble from what it was in 2006, an official said.

On an annual basis, the hike may be close to 30 per cent as consecutive hikes in dearness allowances has already raised the salary levels of government staff.

Sources said there is likely to be a four-fold hike in the grade pay. In the lowest salary band, the grade pay is likely to go up from Rs 1,800 per month to Rs 7,300. In the higher bracket, it may go up from the current Rs 12,000 to Rs 50,000.

Historically, government salaries have almost trebled in every decade. The sixth CPC suggested 3 times increase in salaries from that of fifth CPC levels--it was 2.6 times for lower grade officials and slightly above three times for higher grade staff. The increase in salary during fifth CPC was 3-3.5 times the fourth CPC levels.

The previous UPA government set up the Seventh CPC headed by Justice AK Mathur in February 2014 and promised to implement the salary hike from January 2016. The Narendra Modi government may stick to the January deadline. The Seventh CPC may present its report to the government by August, sources said.

North Block officials say the wage bill in the next financial year may see a 30 per cent hike on the back of Pay Commission recommendation, throwing up a huge challenge in the face of the fiscal consolidation roadmap.

In the case of the sixth CPC, the government expenditure increased by about Rs 22,000 crore during FY09—Rs 15,700 crore on the general budget and Rs 6,400 crore on the rail budget. Arrears amounting to Rs 18,000 crore were distributed in two years—40 per cent in FY09 and 60 per cent in FY10.

The fiscal implication of sixth CPC coupled with fiscal stimulus in the form of higher spending and tax cuts after the Lehman crisis, doubled the Centre’s fiscal deficit to 6 per cent in FY09 and from less than 2.7 per cent in FY08.

Monday, 6 July 2015

IN 7 TH CPC RECOMMENDATIONS CHILDREN EDUCATION ALLOWANCE (CEA) UP TO COLLEGE LEVEL?

Children Education Allowance (CEA)  – Some Suggestions

All the Central government employees will agree that the Children Education Allowance is an important recommendation of the 6th Pay Commission. For the employees who were getting Rs. 30 or 40 per month, CEA was undoubtedly a great gift. Employees of other states and those working in the private sector yearn for CEA.

The Central Government in many ways is correcting the minor shortcomings in CEA through clarifications. Even then, one cannot deny the fact that there are still some flaws in it.

The CEA of Rs.18000 per year allocated by the government has to be given without asking any bills. In the beginning of the academic year, when an employee produces an evidence letter to his office, he has to get his CEA.

Most of the time even when the bills are produced the full CEA amount is never issued. The officers of the specific area decide the amount to be given to the employees.

The present norm that CEA is only for the first two children should be changed as: for any two children of the employee.

The trend of having only one child has increased in many families. When it is a female child, the central government has to double the CEA and give it to the employee.

College education, whether it is engineering or arts has become very common these days. So the 7th pay commission, which is going to be implemented from 1/1/2016, in its recommendation has to include CEA up to college education. Almost all the central government employees expect that the 7th pay commission in its recommendation will certainly include the recommendation of giving CEA for the girl child up to college level.

DIRECT RECRUITMENT OF GRAMIN DAK SEVAK :- Written Test for the post of Gramin Dak Sevak will be on 12th July 2015

  • To download the Admit Card the candidates may please Click Here.

CCS (Clasification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965 instructions regarding timely issue of Charge-sheet

Click here to view DoPT OM dated 03.07.2015 on the above subject matter.

8 Biggest Employers in India - India Post is the third biggest Employer in the country

In a country like India which has a huge population of 1.28 billion, providing employment is a big challenge.

India has around 487-million workforce out of which over 94% are working in unorganised sectors which are basically labour oriented and and rest 6% are working in organised sectors which include workers employed by government, self- owned enterprises and private sectors.

Here goes the list of 8 biggest employers in India:

Promotion and posting of STS officers of IPoS Group 'A' service to Junior Administrative Grade (JAG) of the service and Transfer of JAG officers

Click here to view Directorate order No.2-2O/2014-SPG dated 03.06.2015 on the above subject matter.
Sri E.V Rao, DPS Mumbai, Sri K.Somasundaram, DPS Vijayawada, Sri K.Ravi babu, Director CEPT Mysore,Sri V.V.Satayanarayana Reddy, Director Mumbai GPO are among the officers who got regularpromotion to Junior Administrative Grade(JAG).

Friday, 26 June 2015

7th Pay Commission  Pay calculator and fixation formula Project
The expected 7th CPC basic pay given below is created by comparing the previous pay commissions. This is a purely a personal view of Govtempdiary.com
Let us have a look at how the Basic Pay was determined in the previous pay commissions.
How the 2nd CPC Pay Fixation was created?
The 2nd Pay Commission was created from the 1st pay commission using a point-to point method.
Example sample table:
First pay commission
Second pay commission
Rs 30.5-35
Rs 70-1-80-EB-1-85
Rs 35-1-50-2-60
75-1-85-2-95 EB -3-110
Rs 600-10-300-15-450
Rs 325-15-475-EB-20-575

We have attached some samples of the 2nd Pay Commission Pay Scales & fixation Orders(1947)
How the 3rd CPC Pay Fixation formula was created?
Basic pay on 1.1.1973
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Dearness pay as on .1.1.1973
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Dearness allowance as on 1.1.1973
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Interim relief
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Total amount
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Add 5% of basic pay
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Total (New Basic)
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When we study the Pay Fixation Formula of the 3rd Pay Commission given above, we will come to know that the Basic Pay provided in the 3rd Pay Commission is the sum of the 2nd Pay Commission’s Basic Pay, Dearness Pay, Dearness Allowance and Interim Relief and 5% of 2nd Pay Commission’s Basic Pay. To know more about this, kindly see the Fitment Table and the Pay Fixation Order attached.
How the 4th CPC Pay Fixation formula was created?
Basic pay as on 1.1.1986
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DA ,ADA,and adhoc DA
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Interim relief first
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Interim relief second
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Add 20% basic pay
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Total (New Basic)
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When we examine the 4th Pay Commission Pay Fixation shown above, we can understand that the Basic Pay of the 4th Pay Commission is arrived by adding the 3rd Pay Commission’s Basic Pay along with Dearness Allowance, Interim Relief I and II and 20 % of the 3rd Pay Commission’s Basic Pay.
In order to know more about this, please refer to the Fitment table and Pay Fixation orders attached here.
Next let us see how the 5th CPC pay fixation was made?
Basic pay on 1.1.1976
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Dearness Allowance
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First interim relief
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Second interim relief
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Add 40% basic pay
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If increment (1,2 ,3)
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Total (New Basic)
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If we study the Pay Fixation formula of the 5th Pay commission, we can find that the Basic Pay of the 5th Pay Commission is fixed by combining the 4th Commission Basic Pay, Dearness Allowance, Interim Relief I and II and by adding 40% of the 4th Commission’s Basic Pay. To know more about this please refer the Fitment Table and the Pay Fixation order forms attached below.(Pay commission recommend 20% after it will be change to 40%)
How the 6th CPC pay fixation formed?
Pay fixation in case where pay scales have been merged e.g pre revised pay scale of Rs of 5000-8000,5500-9000 and Rs 6500-10500
Existing scale pay
Rs 5000-150-8000
Pay band applicable
PB-2 Rs 9300-34800
Merged with the scale of pay
Rs 6500-200-10500
Existing basic pay on 1.1.2006
Rs 5600
Pay after multiplication by a factor of 1.86
(How to come 1.86)
BASIC PAY+DP+DA
5600+2800+2016=10416(1.86) 
Rs 10416(Rounded off to Rs 10420)
Pay in the pay band after including benefit
Rs 10420
40% of the maximum of the basic pay in each of the pre-revised pay scale
 (10500*40/100=4200)click here to get full details
How to come grade pay this amount(click here)
Rs.4200
Revised basic pay –Total of pay in pay band and grade pay(New Basic)
Rs.14620
 If you look at the 6th Pay Commission Pay Fixation formula, we can find a difference in that the Basic Pay is divided in to two as to Pay Band and Grade Pay. Based on this, the Pay Band is arrived by summing up the 5th Pay Commission Basic Pay, Dearness Pay and Dearness Allowance (1.86 Multiple Factor). 40% of the Maximum of pre revised Pay Scale of the 5th Pay Commission is added to the Grade Pay that is paid as usual and the Grade Pay is determined.
7th CPC Pay Calculator Fixation Formula Project
If you look at the timetable above, a fact becomes clear. The Basic Pay in every new pay commission is derived by combining the Basic Pay from the previous pay commission and additional benefits like DA, Interim Relief I and II, and DP. Along with this a percentage is taken from the old Basic Pay and added to the above sum and given as new Basic Pay.
In the 6th Pay Commission alone, the total sum (that is got by adding) is given as Pay Band and a percentage from the usually paid additional amount is given as Grade Pay. Based on the above Pay Commissions,(3rd CPC 5%,4th CPC 20%,5th cpc,40%,6th cpc 40% Exiting maximum pre -revised pay scale)approximately 50% has been added from the previous Basic Pay along with the Basic Pay and Dearness Allowance and the formula for the 7th Pay Commission Pay fixation projected thus arrived is given below
Basic pay as on an Jan 2016
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Dearness allowance
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Add 50% of basic pay 
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Total of 7th cpc basic pay(Projected)
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Pay Band and Grade Pay are not shown separately
6th CPC Pay Band
Pay in the Pay Band
Grade Pay
6th CPC Basic Pay
7th CPC Project Basic Pay
50% Based
60% Based
70% Based
PB – I
5200 – 20200
5200
1800
7000
18830
19530
20230
5830
1900
7730
20795
21568
22341
6460
2000
8460
22760
23606
24452
7510
2400
9910
26665
27656
28647
8560
2800
11360
30560
31696
32832
PB – II
9300 – 34800
9300
4200
13500
36320
37670
39020
12540
4600
17140
46110
47824
49538
13350
4800
18150
48825
50640
52455
PB – III
15600 – 39100
15600
5400
21000
56490
58590
60690
18750
6600
25350
68195
70730
73265
21900
7600
29500
79360
82310
85260
PB – IV
37400 – 67000
37400
8700
46100
124010
128520
133230
40200
8900
49100
132080
136990
141900
43000
10000
53000
142570
147870
153170

Click here to view the calculator

A certain percentage of the amount which is paid additionally is not same for all the scales. For some scales it is more and so favourable. That is why we have created the 7th CPC projector pay calculator in three different varieties. Click here to view the calculator
Source: Govtempdiary.com