(a) do have a personnel pool with high acumen to deal with these MNCs,
(b) simultaneously a dress the challenge of high attrition on which in itself is a result of MNCs having come in. In order to attract as also retain the brightest minds in Government employment it is but necessary that Central Pay Commission are set up regularly to look into and evaluate their pay structures and submit recommendations.
3) Ever since the setting up of the second Central Pay Commission all pay commissions have been set up in the 3rd year of every decade baring the one time when the NDA Government did not do so in the year 2003. The pay commissions are then required to submit their recommendations/reports in three years time. However, you had set up the sixth pay commission in 2005 and submitted its report in an year and half, much to the relief and succour of Government employees. We are again in the third year of the on-going decade and Central Government Employees are justifiably looking forward to the Seventh Pay Commission that would look into their needs.
• A notification for constitution of 7th Central Pay Commission is the need of the hour, which is bound to have bearing upon about 20 million employees, which are opinion makers. Therefore the issues may please be considered by the concerned Ministries on Priority and appropriate decision is taken.
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