Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Punjab seek EC nod for implementation of pay report, forms seven member pay panel report implementation Committee

The State government has sought the permission of the Election Commission of India to place the report of the fifth Punjab Pay Commission along with the recommendations of the implementation committee before the Council of ministers for final decision so that the benefits are passed to the employees.

In a letter to the EC, State Chief Secretary Ramesh Inder Singh mentioned that since the Pay Commission has submitted its report and the same is under process/examination, an official release said on Wednesday.

The Punjab Government today constituted a 7-member Implementation Committee for the implementation of the recommendations of the 5th Punjab Pay Commission under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Ramesh Inder Singh and directed it to submit its report with in 2 weeks.

Disclosing this here Wednesday a spokesman of the Punjab government said that the other members of the committee would comprise Financial Commissioner Revenue Romilla Dubey, Financial Commissioner Taxation SS Brar, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister DS Guru, Financial Commissioner Development NS Kang and Secretary Personnel Iqbal Singh Sidhu. Principal Secretary Finance SC Aggarwal would be the member secretary of the committee.

The implementation committee would initially go into the general recommendations of the 5th Punjab Pay Commission. The proposals with the views of the committee shall be put up by the department of Finance to the Council of Ministers’ Meeting (CMM) for final decision. While considering the recommendations concerning specific department, the administrative secretaries and heads of the department would be associated by the committee.

The proposals in respect of individual departments with the views of the committee would be processed and a consolidated memorandum placed before the CMM by the Finance department. The quorum of the meetings of the committee would be three but it should be necessary that the Chairman and the Finance Secretary were present in the meeting.

It may be recalled that the Chairman of the Fifth Punjab Pay Commission SK Tuteja submitted the report to the Punjab government on April 20. The Cabinet had already given in-principle approval for the implementation of the recommendations of the pay commission.

Source : The Hindu and local News Agency.

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