Thursday, 16 July 2015

Expected DA from July 2015- 6%


7th Pay Commission report will be submitted by September 2015 : INDWF

7th Pay Commission report will be submitted by September 2015 : INDWF
INTUC
INDIAN NATIONAL DEFENCE WORKERS FEDERATION
ESTD 1959 (Recognised by Govt. of India)
R. Srinivasan
General Secretary
INDWF/Circular/020/2015
Date: 09.06.2015
To
All Affiliated Unions of INDWF
Dear Colleagues,
On 09.06.2015 a meeting was attended by the Standing Committee members of National Council, JCM with the 7th Central Pay Commission at Pay commission office, New Delhi. Representatives of the following organisations have participated.
NFIR, AIRF, INDWF, AIDEF, Audit & Accounts, Income Tax Association, Postal
1) The Chairman of 7th CPC report will be submitted to the Government of India well within the time by September 2015.
2) VII CPC report will be implemented on their recommendations w.e.f 01.01.2016 and not from 01.01.2014 as demanded.
3) The minimum pay and pay structure will be decided by taking into account on the price index of 01.01.2016 for that the provisions are kept. Staff side insisted that 7th CPC should adopt the need based minimum wage formula at the minimum level; the intrinsic value of the assigned job at the intermediary level; the necessity to keep the relativity both at horizontal and vertical level and the need to provide a reasonable salary for the top bureaucrats, taking into account the perks, privileges, benefits, allowances and concessions that go with the posts. 7th CPC gave positive response on this.
4) Fitment formula will be equally made applicable for all ranks and it has been worked out already.
5) Parity in respect of common categories working in Secretariat and subordinate offices will be taken care and it has been taken note.
6) In respect of Pension, for the pre pay commission retirees and after pay commission retirees will be taken care by following some metrics and will be taken care.
7) While fixing minimum pay, DA increase on 01.07.2016 will be taken into account and accordingly it will be decided.
8) JCM urged that the Need-based Minimum Wage concept pay at the minimum level may be adopted. Pay commission should take into account the outside rates to determine the pay package at senior levels of bureaucracy but maintain the ratio between the minimum and maximum at 1:8 (MTS to Secretary to Government of India). Staff side insisted that minimum pay at lowest level of Group ‘C’ staff should be Rs.26000. 7th Pay commission gave positive assurance on this.
9) Staff side demanded open ended pay scales to ensure that no employee stagnates without increment. We have suggested only 14Pay scales. Minimum of which is Rs.26000 and Maximum of Rs.78000 for Group ‘C’ employees. We suggested that the multiplication factor (26000/7000 = 3.7) may be applied uniformly in all the cases to arrive at the revised pay in the new scales of pay. We also suggested that the benefit on promotion, therefore, should be: two increments in the feeder cadre. 7th CPC agreed to act positively on this.
10) Bonus: Presently the PLBB and adhoc Bonus are calculated on the deemed provision that one’s total emoluments is only Rs.3500/-. This is an absolutely irrational stipulation and must be removed. We request that the Commission to recommend to the Government to remove the said stipulation and grant the bonus on the basis of the actual emolument of the employee. 7th CPC agreed to recommend our demand with positive note.
11) Chairman, 7th CPC mentioned that the memorandum and proposals submitted by the National Council Standing committee have been taken into consideration to prepare the report.
12) Demanded that the present Ex-Gratia Rs. 10 Lakhs to Government employees in case of death while on duty should be raised to Rs.50 Lakhs would be considered.
13) Insurance (CGEGIS) for employees to be raised from the existing Rs. 30000/- to Rs. 3.5 Lakhs for which Rs.350/- premium will be paid. Agreed to continue 70:30 ratios for insurance and savings. They have already worked out methods by discussing with Insurance Company to increase the quantum. A decision will be recommended.
14) MTS: The introduction of Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) in Government organisation is creating lot of mismatching. Departments also raising objection on this to extract the work from MTS employees. In this respect, Chairman, VII CPC proposed that NC JCM staff side should submit the proposal for MTS to continue or to keep the erstwhile posts with their respective designation.
15) Removal of Grade Pay has been proposed by replacing the earlier existing scale of pay.
16) MACP: The present anomaly of Grade Pay Hierarchy while granting MACP has to be changed to promotional Hierarchy. Rectification of MACPs aberrations. Pay Commission has noted and is on the job.
17) Equal qualification in Recruitment Rules should be given equal pay scale based on Recruitment Rules. This was accepted by the commission.
18) Employees completed 12 months service become eligible for next annual increment but next day he/she is out of service due to retirement. He/She is not eligible for even pension benefit. This was noted and agreed to propose to give benefit in the pension by adding in the increment.
19) NPS: NPS is based on Parliament Act therefore it is not coming within the purview of VII CPC. However, he had agreed in the earlier meeting that he will call the PFRDA Chairman and discuss with them about the proposed Pension benefits. Accordingly, he called and discussed with them. Pay commission is of the opinion minimum Pension should be 50% of the last pay drawn and if it is less than that Government should contribute and if it is more than 50% of pay that should be allowed to be drawn. This must be ensured by PFRDA on that line Pay commission is proposing which is a welcome decision.
20) Educational Assistance: We have demanded for Educational Assistance for two children, Instead of two eldest children, and also to pay the same for Post Graduate and Professional Courses. 7th CPC has agreed to consider it upto Graduation level.
21) Further proposals if any, commission is free to accept the proposals and it will be entertained.
Yours Sincerely,
(R.SRINIVASAN)
General Secretary
Source-http://indwf.blogspot.in/

Finalization of the 7th pay commission report is underway, no further meetings in future

Further to the memoranda received from a variety of Organisations, Federations, Groups representing civil employees in the Government of India as also from the Defence Services, the Commission has had fruitful and wide ranging discussions on relevant issues with all stakeholders. Such interactions have now been concluded. Valuable inputs have been received and the work of compilation and finalization of the report is underway, so that the Commission completes its task in the time frame given to it. Accordingly, any future requests for meeting with the Commission will not be entertained.
source-http://7cpc.india.gov.in/

Monday, 2 April 2012

Expected DA from July 2012

Though it is very early to predict the D.A. for july 2012  at this point of time, we are being flooded by queries in this relation. It may be realized that D.A. is complete based on arithmetical calculation on All India CPI (IW) (Base 2001=100), the data for the entire six months is required to calculate the installment of D.A. payable. The labour bureau has released the figure for jan 2012 as 198 feb 2012 as 199 today on 02/03/2012  We are yet to know the figures of  mar,apr,may,june 2012 If we assume that there is no further increase or decrease in the numbers {maintains the cureent level for the next 5 months}, 
 and fig remain 198,198,198,198,198  the D. A will be 5% from july 2012
65 + 5 = 70 %
and fig remain 199,200,201,202,203 the D.A will be 6 % from july 2012 
65 + 6= 71 %
and fig remain 200,202,204,206,208  the D.A  will be 7 % from july 2012 
65 + 7=72 %





Expected DA from July 2012-----------------     6%     JAN,FEB (All India General Index)








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Advance Release Calendar


Index Number
Base Year
All India General Index
January 2012
February 2012
Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers - CPI(IW)
2001=100
198
199



January 2012
February 2012
Consumer Price Index Numbers forAgricultural Labourers
1986-87= 100
618

621

Consumer Price Index Numbers for Rural Labourers
1986-87=100
619

623

CENTRE-WISE CPI(IW)
State
Sr. No.
Centre
Jan. 2012
Feb. 2012
State
Sr. No.
Centre
Jan. 2012
Feb. 2012
AP
1
GODAVARIKHANI
204
205
MHR
44
MUMBAI
199
200

2
GUNTUR
202
205

45
NAGPUR
229
229

3
HYDERABAD
182
183

46
NASIK
216
215

4
VIJAYAWADA
189
192

47
PUNE
207
208

5
VISHAKHAPATANAM
202
203

48
SHOLAPUR
212
211

6
WARRANGAL
210
211
ORI
49
ANGUL-TALCHER
209
210
ASM
7
DOOM DOOMA- TINSUKIA
172
173

50
ROURKELA
211
210

8
GUWAHATI
174
174
PND
51
PONDICHERRY
195
200

9
LABAC- SILCHAR
186
186
PUN
52
AMRITSAR
214
214

10
MARIANI-JORHAT
173
177

53
JALANDHAR
197
197

11
RANGAPARA- TEZPUR
161
162

54
LUDHIANA
195
195
BIH
12
MONGHYR- JAMALPUR
206
207
RJN
55
AJMER
202
203
CHD
13
CHANDIGARH
203
202

56
BHILWARA
203
203
CHS
14
BHILAI
228
228

57
JAIPUR
200
201
DLH
15
DELHI
181
182
TN
58
CHENNAI
187
186
GOA
16
GOA
211
213

59
COIMBATORE
183
184
GUJ
17
AHMEDABAD
192
196

60
COONOOR
195
193

18
BHAVNAGAR
197
198

61
MADURAI
182
181

19
RAJKOT
203
204

62
SALEM
183
180

20
SURAT
181
183

63
TIRUCHIRAPALLY
198
195

21
VADODARA
185
187
TRP
64
TRIPURA
169
170
HRY
22
FARIDABAD
196
197
UP
65
AGRA
210
211

23
YAMUNANAGAR
206
206

66
GHAZIABAD
197
197
HP
24
HIMACHAL PRADESH
178
178

67
KANPUR
202
203
J & K
25
SRINAGAR
183
183

68
LUCKNOW
192
194
JRK
26
BOKARO
200
201

69
VARANASI
198
197

27
GIRIDIH
237
238
WB
70
ASANSOL
217
219

28
JAMSHEDPUR
221
222

71
DARJEELING
188
188

29
JHARIA
207
207

72
DURGAPUR
197
197

30
KODARMA
221
223

73
HALDIA
198
200

31
RANCHI HATIA
221
222

74
HOWRAH
185
185
KNT
32
BANGALORE
200
204

75
JALPAIGURI
180
181

33
BELGAUM
207
209

76
KOLKATA
184
186

34
HUBLI DHARWAR
211
212

77
RANIGANJ
182
183

35
MERCARRA
195
193

78
SILIGURI
186
189

36
MYSORE
195
196


ALL INDIA INDEX
198
199
KRL
37
ERNAKULAM
190
191






38
MUNDAKAYAM
197
196






39
QUILON
202
197





MP
40
BHOPAL
211
212






41
CHHINDWARA
205
205






42
INDORE
187
189






43
JABALPUR
202
205









CENTRE-WISE CPI(AL/RL)
CONSUMER PRICE INDEX NUMBERS(GENERAL) FOR AGRICULTURAL       AND RURAL LABOURERS (BASE 1986-87=100)
Sr.No.
State
Agricultural Labourers Jan. 2012
Agricultural Labourers Feb. 2012
Rural Labourers  Jan. 2012
Rural Labourers  Feb. 2012
1
Andhra Pradesh
668
670
666
668
2
Assam
613
617
615
620
3
Bihar
544
549
547
551
4
Gujarat
624
629
624
629
5
Haryana
683
687
677
683
6
Himachal Pradesh
514
512
536
531
7
Jammu & Kashmir
609
608
601
601
8
Karnataka
667
669
667
669
9
Kerala
600
601
604
604
10
Madhya Pradesh
611
615
619
623
11
Maharashtra
690
691
683
683
12
Manipur
597
600
599
601
13
Meghalaya
627
631
624
627
14
Orissa
551
557
552
558
15
Punjab
677
682
674
680
16
Rajasthan
664
670
657
664
17
Tamil Nadu
609
613
608
611
18
Tripura
536
542
534
539
19
Uttar Pradesh
585
592
588
594
20
West Bengal
575
580
580
586

ALL INDIA
618
621
619
623
 Advance Release Calendar 
 
Release of 
Index for
Jan
2012
Feb
2012
March
2012
April
2012
May
2012
June
2012
July
2012
Aug
2012
Sep
2012
Oct
2012
Nov
2012
Dec
2012
CPI(IW)
New Series Base 2001=100
29 Feb
2012
30 Mar
2012
30 Apr
2012
31 May
2012
29 Jun
2012
31 Jul
2012
31 Aug
2012
28 Sep
2012
31 Oct
2012
30 Nov
2012
31 Dec
2012
31 Jan
2013
CPI(AL/RL)
17 Feb
2012
20 Mar
2012
20 Apr
2012
18 May
2012
20 Jun
2012
20 Jul
2012
17 Aug
2012
20 Sep
2012
19 Oct
2012
20 Nov
2012
20 Dec
2012
18 Jan
2013


Note : For Centre/State specific General Indices, please refer to the Statistics page.
P.S.
Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers is released
on the last working day of the succeeding month and is updated on the same day in the Website.
Consumer Price Index Numbers for Agricultural and Rural Labourers is released
on the 20th day of the succeeding month and is updated on the same day in the Website.