Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Be cautious about "fake" D.A. order : Finance Ministry warns

As we are aware that central employees and pensioners are eagerly waiting for the announcement of Dearness Allowance, which is due from 1st January 2015. Though as per convention, it is announced in the month of March, but this time cabinet is yet to approve the hike.(There is a possibility of announcement on 2.4.15).
In the meantime some persons have circulated a fake order for payment of D.A. It looks like almost original (A copy of which is available with us also but we decided not to publish the fake order to avoid any possible misunderstanding) and is being  widely circulated in social medias. It may have been created for simple fun on "April Fool" day but it may have wide impact.
Ministry of Finance issued an O.M. warning against this fake order as
"It is clarified that the O.M. dated 30.03.2015, purportedly issued by the Ministry of Finance, is a fake and that no such instructions have been issued by the Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance. Accordingly, all Ministries/Departments and Central Government offices are hereby advised not to take cognisance of these fake instructions being circulated in Government offices."
Click here to view the O.M. dated 1.4.2015

Central D A from Jan'15 : Announcement on Thursday ?

Central employees and pensioners are very much worried for not announcing the D A payable from 1.1.15 . Usually it is declared in the month of March but despite a number of cabinet meetings, nothing is declared yet.
As per available information. the much awaited 6% hike is going to be announced tomorrow, 2nd April.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015


All India Consumer Price Index Number (AICPIN)for Industrial Workers (IW)Base 2001=100 for the month ofFebruary 2015  has been released  by Labour Bureau,Ministry of Labour ,GOI today which stood 253  points which decreased by   1 point while compared to January  figure.

Tripura announces central pay scale for employees

ROPA 2015 issued.
The Tripura government today sanctioned central pay scale, revised pay band and modified grade pay to the state's 1.7 lakh employees at par with the recommendations of the 6th Central Pay Commission. 

"In view of the disparity of the pay structure of the state government employees with that of the central government, there has been long standing demand of the state government employees for equivalent pay structure as recommended by the 6th Central Pay Commission. However, the state government could not give the similar pay structure due to financial crunch," Chief Minister Manik Sarkar told reporters. 

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Expectation from seventh pay commission - media report

Following is the excerpt of a media report published in The Economic Times on 29th March 2015.
"Welcome to the behind-the-scenes manoeuvring before the Big Sarkari Pay Hike. With a new pay scale for 36 lakh Central government employees, and also pensioners, likely to come into effect from January 1, 2016, the officers and non-gazetted staff of various services have been lobbying hard to get a good deal from the 7th CPC. Unlike in the private sector, the pay hike in government is a once-in-10-years-affair, making every CPC, right from the first that submitted its report in 1947, a hugely powerful agency. No doubt, government employees have to undergo an annual appraisal process called Annual Performance Appraisal Report (APAR), but that exercise is important only for promotion, and not for any pay hike. Government employees do get a regular hike in dearness allowance, a measure meant for offsetting inflationary pressure on their earnings, but at the end of the day it is the CPC that fixes the bureaucrats' pay for 10 long years.

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