Tuesday, October 7, 2008

IRS Association dissatisfied over CPC implementation

Indian Revenue Service Association has blamed the government for ignoring recommendations of the Pay Commission, including to upgrade the payscale of members of central board of direct taxes(CBDT) to Rs 80,000 per month (fixed). 

The association said while the government upgraded the pay scales of director general of police (DGP) of IPS and principal chief conservators of forest (PCCF) of forest Service without any recommendation from the Pay Commission, it did not to upgrade the scale of CBDT members under IRS, after panel’s recommendation. 

The association said the recent government move has led to upgradation of post of DGP and PCCF but downgraded the pay scale of IRS officers. It said in the 4th Pay Commission, pay scales of chief commissioner’s of Income Tax and DG of police 
was equal. The 5th Pay Commission upgraded the scale of DGPs. Even though the IRS Association had demanded restoring of parity between these two posts, the posts of DGPs have been upgraded once again after 6th Pay Commission. 

The gap in salary is despite the cadre controlling chief commissioners exercise jurisdiction 
covering at least one or more than one states, which is no less than functions of DGPs and PCCF. Director General of I-T either exercises all India jurisdiction or territorial jurisdiction covering more than one states. 
Source : The Times of India

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