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Sunday, April 28, 2013

LDC & UDC Issue: All India Association of Administrative Staff (Non Gazetted)'s 1st Appeal to DoPT under RTI

Main contents of Shri TKR Pillai, All India Association of Administrative Staff (Non-Gazetted)'s 1st Appeal dt 22.04.2013 to DoPT under RTI regarding upgradation of Pay/Grade Pay of LDC & UDC:

The Sixth Pay Commission has recommended improvement/upgradation of the Pay Structure/Grade pay of almost all cadres of Government of India Offices. But the Pay/Grade Pay of LDC & UDC, who is working hard to run the administrative offices especially the Subordinate Offices smoothly, has been downgraded. In the mean time the Pay Commission has raised the educational and technical qualifications of a person to get selected to the post of LDC viz. educational qualification from Matriculation to 10+2 and proficiency in computer education etc.  Implementation Committee of the 6th Pay Commission at Government level has also not cared to bridge the gap. Aggrieved over the severe lapse, Shri TKR Pillai, General Secretary, All India Association of Ministerial Staff (Group C), Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation has sent an appeal to the Prime Minister, Government of India vide letter dated 16/04/2010 and requested the upgradation of the  grade pay of the UDC & LDC to Rs. 2800 (copy enclosed in Annexure III). And the aforesaid appeal was forwarded to the Secretary, Department of Personal & Training for action vide PMO Office letter PMO ID No. 4/3/2010-PMP4/158890 dated 18/05/2010 (Copy enclosed in annexure IV).

1.      When action on the matter has visibly been not taken till 2012, Shri A.H. Lokhande, Jabalpur has sought the action taken report under RTI (copies enclosed V). But both CPIO & appellate authority vide letter No. 20/2/2012-Estt(Pay-1) dated 29Aug 2012 & letter No 20/2/2012-Estt(Pay-1) dated 23rd Oct 2012 respectively have confirmed that the said letter was not received at  DoPT and as such no action taken report can be given(copies enclosed VI).

2.      Subsequently, the undersigned has obtained a copy of the acknowledgement in confirmation of the receipt of Shri TKR Pillai’s letter at DoPT from the PM Office (copies enclosed VII). In the light of the said acknowledgement, a letter seeking the copy of the action taken report/Noting drafting under RTI was sent to the CPIO DoPT vide letter dated 09/03/13 (Copy enclosed VIII).

3.      Meanwhile, when a reply from the aforesaid letter was not received till 22/04/13, a  letter addressed to Ms Anshu Sinha, Deputy Secretary (AUD-1) Room No. 215, A/I, DoPT, North Block, New Delhi was sent vide letter dated 22/04/2013 (copy enclosed in Annexure IX).

4.      On 25th April 2012 I have received a letter from CS Section of DoPT, which has not given the pointed reply I sought and as such the same is not convincing.

It is therefore requested to please look into the matter and supply a copy of the action taken report on the appeal of Shri TKR Pillai, General Secretary which was forwarded  to DoPT vide PMO letter No. 4/3/2010-PMP4/158890 dated 18/05/2010. Also the copy of the noting/drafting regarding disposal of the aforesaid letter may be supplied.  

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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
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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
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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
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10.2 Pension and Related Benefits of Defence Forces Personnel View
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11. Issues Specific to Ministries and Departments
12. Officers and Employees of the Supreme Court of India
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