Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Pay commission report likely to be submitted on Friday, the 20th November, 15% overall hike ?

900 Page report, Average 15% Hike, IAS and allied services at par likely.

The 7th Central Pay Commission is likely to submit its final report to finance ministry on November 20 which is due for implementation from January 1, 2016.

More than 48 lakh serving central government employees and 54 lakh pensioners will be impacted by the 7th CPC which is likely to recommend an average hike of 15%, said a source.

The 900-page report is believed to have made suggestions on parity of 36 organized Group A services with the IAS which has so far largely dominated in superior positions in the central government.

The pay panel was constituted in February 2014 and was asked to submit its report within 18 months. However, in August the government gave the panel four months extension to submit its report by December.

Its recommendation will guide how the salary and various allowances of central staff will be revised besides improving their service condition. The report would also impact all the public sector employees and central autonomous bodies which generally make corrections as per the hikes given to the central staff.

Even before the report was finalized there was intense lobbying seen where all the 36 organised Group A services petitioned the commission seeking parity with the IAS and determination of central postings based on merit.

The IAS officers too had sent their individual dissention notes to department of personnel and training and the cabinet secretariat besides the pay panel demanding that their edge and superiority be maintained.

One of the demands of the Group A services is to change the composition of the Civil Services Board which is responsible for central staffing. As of now this is dominated by IAS officers and has no representation from any other service. The pay panel may recommend changes that would ensure level playing field for all officers of Group A services.

Source : Times of India , Zee News

6 comments :

Vishnu Chari said...

Everybody would like to have more and more pay and perks without accountability and responsibility. As compared to PSUs, banking sectors and other state govt, the central govt. employees are already getting higher scale of pay and pension. As a matter of fact there is no need for any more Pay Commissions for central govt. employees. Two yearly DAs to cater for the inflation and price rise of commodities are sufficient. 15% pay hike is too much and not more than 5% hike is good enough for central govt as of now.
The proposal regarding pay parity of 36 group A services with the IAS is considered a just and wise decision in the right direction to bring about lasting peace with all civil services and Group A service.

Anonymous said...

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S.Lakshman Rao said...

!!! Pension Related Orders!!! for implementation are issued under the personal responsibility of Director,Pension Grievances Cell New Delhi...Regards...

BEDABRATA BANERJEE said...

The rise in salary will boost our ailing econy as demnd for consumer durables will increase

Devender R said...

Visnuchari appears to be talking without any basis.KCR the CM of TELANGANA also promised. Pay parity for state govt employees with CENTRAL govt employees.The state govt employees realised that pay parity means reduction in their salaries and did not raised any voice on the promise made.

Jaya Prakash.D said...

The Pay is updates at present cost of prise index which may often changes asper market price is under control of business that may raice again and again result unfair to value of money though report of pay commission.

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