Shri Radha Krishna Mathur
Ministry of Defence
New Delhi – 110011
REVISION OF GRADE PAY OF LDC To RS. 2400/- AND THAT OF UDC TO RS. 2800/- REQUEST FOR YOUR PERSONAL INTERVENTION FOR TAKEN UP A CASE TO MINISTRY OF FINANCE
(d) Even though the raising of academic qualification of MTS from 8th Standard to Matriculation, duties prescribed for the earlier Group D and the present MTS are the same. Whereas the academic & technical qualification of the LDC have been upgraded and assigned heavy responsibilities on them by the office concerned. Majority of the persons selected for the post are graduates and even post graduates and qualified to handle any kind of assignment. The job profile of the post has undergone significant changes after introduction of modernization in Government offices. Now, computers have taken the place of typewriters.
(f) Ministry of Defence Offices especially the subordinate offices are functioning smoothly virtually due to the fact that LDCs & UDCs are shouldering heavy responsibilities. But the Pay Commission has not considered equal pay for the work done by them. This has been a demoralizing effect on the already desperate young and talented cadre in the Government offices. From the above it is evident that the upgradation of the grade pay of LDC & UDCs is a genuine issue. We, therefore, justifiably request you to put a case for revision of Grade Pay of LDC to Rs. 2400/ and that of UDC to Rs. 2800/. It is to be noted that cases of several cadres in the Administrative branch were considered and favorable decision was taken by the 6th CPC but the case of LDC & UDC were left out. The LDC and the UDC also deserve higher grade pays than the present one, to commensurate with the qualifications and assignments attached to these posts after the implementation of the recommendations of the 6th Pay Commission.
(h) The GOI’s stepmother treatment towards the Clerical Staff working in the Sub-ordinate Offices must be stopped. There should be parity between the CSCS & the Clerical Staff working in the Sub-ordinate Offices of the Ministry. We have seenthat the Govt. has wisely protected the CSCS by implementing NFSG Scheme & Cadre Restructure after the Vlth CPC. But the same procedure has not been extended to Sub-ordinate services.
(Arvind Shinde, LDC)
Meena Agarwal, Secretary Government of India Seventh Central Pay Commission New Delhi – 110001 – for your info and further necessary action please.
Sh TKR Pillai. General Secretary, Hall No. 201 & 205, Vijay Stambh, Zone I, Maharana Pratap Nagar Bhopal – 462011
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