Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Madhya Pradesh State Pay Commission to submit report by June 30

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The State cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan here today decided to include the subjects pertaining to submission of report after consideration by the State Pay Commission in the light of the recommendations of the 6th Pay Commission set up by the Central government and the state government's resolution of September 10, 2008.
Accordingly, the State Pay Commission headed by AK Agrawal would fix the emoluments including pay structure, allowance and fringe benefits for the employees of the local bodies and the statutory bodies constituted by the state government. The Commission would also consider the need for continuing the separate pay allowance and service conditions for the work charged employees and the staff drawing salaries from contingency fund. It would also consider measures to modernise the institutions of the state government and to make them more professional.
The Commission would give suggestions for making the service provider institutions in the field, to make the employees more citizen-friendly and to make them accountable to the representative institutions of the local communities. The Commission will go into discrepancies in the pay scales of different cadres in the light of the recommendations of the 6th Pay Commission set up by the Central government and the notification issued on February 28, 2009 by the Finance Department of Madhya Pradesh and solve them besides giving suggestions on fixation of salary and other benefits.
The State Pay Commission would make suggestions regarding re-fixation of pension of the pensioners of the state in the light of the recommendations of the Pay Commission set up by the Central government. It would also make suggestions regarding incentive/reward for employees to maintain their efficiency.
While making its recommendations the Commission would keep in mind the economic condition and vigilant management of public finances and financial resources of the state as well as the demand in view of its economic development and other related factors.
The Commission would fix relativity in the pay scales for different services with a view to attracting efficient and competent people to concerning services as part of efforts to make Madhya Pradesh a modern, well governed and developed state.
The Commission would submit its report by June 30. If necessary, it would submit interim report on the recommendations that have been finalised. The cabinet also decided to grant five years relaxation in the age limit prescribed for the appointment on the post of naib tehsildar from postgraduate patwaris/revenue inspectors.
Source : Central Chronicle.

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