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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Seventh Pay Commission be set up early to remove the serious Anomalies of Sixth CPC: IRTSA


"All this makes it essential that the Seventh Pay Commission be set up early to compensate for the erosion of real wages and to remove the serious Anomalies of Sixth CPC Report – which the Govt and the Anomalies Committee have failed to address as well as to bridge the vast gap of wages between the Government employees and those of the Corporate Sector etc. all which are having a very demoralising effect amongst the Govt employees and Pensioners" - IRTSA

SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION MUST BE SET UP FORTHWITH 

The recent statement of the Minister concerned in the Parliament, that the Govt does not propose to set up the seventh Pay Commission at this stage is most unjustified and frustrating for the Govt employees. [click here to see]

Fifth Pay Commission had recommended for a Pay Revision after every five years instead of the past practice to set it up after 10 to 13 years. But the Govt did not accept this recommendation.

The Fifth Pay Commission also recommended for Merger of DA after it crossed 50%. Govt accepted the same and belatedly implemented it from April 2004. But the Sixth Pay Commission did not favour even the Merger of DA after it crossed 50% and the Govt obvious followed suit and did not Merge the same when it crossed 50% in 1-1-2011 – in spite of the demand by all concerned.



As such, the existing Pay and Pension structure have lost all the relevance and is continuously eroding due to heavy inflation and defective system of compilation of Price Index – which itself is out dated due to the changed economic scenario and requirements of the Industrial Worker of the Country.

All this makes it essential that the Seventh Pay Commission be set up early to compensate for the erosion of real wages and to remove the serious Anomalies of Sixth CPC Report – which the Govt and the Anomalies Committee have failed to address as well as to bridge the vast gap of wages between the Government employees and those of the Corporate Sector etc. all which are having a very demoralising effect amongst the Govt employees and Pensioners.

Er. HARCHANDAN SINGH 
General Secretary, IRTSA

Source:http://www.irtsa.net/pdfdocs/Seventh_Pay_Commission_Must_Be-Set_Up.pdf

See also:
 Seventh Pay Commission: Projected Pay Structure [click here]

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2 comments:

  1. Yes this was realy an anamoly and the Govt. did not care to accept .This is high time to order for the constitution of the seventh pay comission to adjust the loss being faced by employees and pensioners.

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  2. In order to reduce the inflation effect on daily life, all government servants should get tax free goods/ articles for his/her family members. The shops must be similar to operating for military people. This is justified because government employees are getting taxed salary.

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SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION REPORT

7th CPC Report

Full Report || Allowances  || Pay Structure (Civil)  || Pay Structure (Military)  || Pension (Civil)  || Pension (Defence)  || Advances  || Leave  || NPS
1. Foreword View
2. The Macroeconomic Situation
2.1 General Economic Situation and Financial Resources of the Central Government
2.2 Financial Resources of the State Governments
3. Analysis of Central Government Personnel View
4. Approach to Pay
4.1 Principles of Pay Determination View
4.2 Determination of Minimum Pay View
5. Revised Pay Structure
5.1 Pay Structure (Civilian Employees) View
5.2 Pay Structure (Defence Forces Personnel) View
6. Pay Related Issues of Defence Forces Personnel
6.1 Background and Approach to Pay Related Issues of Defence Personnel
6.2 Cadres of Defence Forces Personnel
7. Pay Scales for Specific Services, Categories & Cadres
7.1 Headquarters Organisations in Government of India and Office Staff in Field Offices View
7.2 All India Services
7.3 Central Services Group A
7.4 Engineering Services
7.5 Scientific Services
7.6 Medical and Paramedical Services
7.7 Common Categories
8. Allowances View
8.1 List of Allowances (Summary) View
8.2 Overview of Allowances View
8.3 Allowances Payable for Additional/ Extra Duty View
8.4 Allowances related to Knowledge Updates View
8.5 Allowances related to Deputation View
8.6 Allowances related to Working on Holidays View
8.7 Allowances related to Housing View
8.8 Allowances related to Good Service View
8.9 Qualification Allowances View
8.10 Allowances related to Risk and Hardship View
8.11 Allowances for Running Staff of Indian Railways View
8.12 Allowances related to Sports View
8.13 Sumptuary Allowances View
8.14 Allowances related to Training View
8.15 Allowances related to Travel View
8.16 Allowances related to Uniform View
8.17 Other Allowances View
9. Other Facilities
9.1 Advances View
9.2 Holidays and Leave View
9.3 CGEGIS View
9.4 GPF View
9.5 Medical Facilities for Serving Employees and Pensioners View
9.6 Persons with Disabilities View
10. Pension and Related Benefits
10.1 Pension and Related Benefits of Civilian Employees View
10.2 Pension and Related Benefits of Defence Forces Personnel View
10.3 National Pension System (NPS) View
11. Issues Specific to Ministries and Departments
12. Officers and Employees of the Supreme Court of India
13. Regulatory Bodies
14. Training
15. Bonus Schemes and Performance Related Pay View
16. Financial Implications View
17. Executive Summary View
18. Meetings held by the Commission
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