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Projected 7th CPC Pay for each cadre/Post, Pension and all service matter: Submission of oral evidence by BPMS:- BHARTIYA PRATIRAKSHA MAZDOOR

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Projected 7th CPC Pay for each cadre/Post, Pension and all service matter: Submission of oral evidence by BPMS:-
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BHARTIYA PRATIRAKSHA MAZDOOR SANGH

(AN ALL INDIA FEDERATION OF DEFENCE WORKERS)



(AN INDUSTRIAL UNIT OF B.M.S.)




No: BPMS / 7CPC / 226 A (8/3/L)

Dated: 31.03.2015

To

The Secretary,

7th Central Pay Commission,

Chatrapati Shivaji Bhawan,

1st Floor, B-14/1, Qutab Institutional Area,

New Delhi – 110016

Subject: Submission of oral evidence before 7th CPC by BPMS.

Reference: Your Letter No. 7CPC/158/Meetings/2015, Dated: 19.03.2015


Dear Madam,
This federation is very much grateful to your goodself along with the respected Chairman & other members of the 07th CPC for providing an opportunity to invite your attention towards some of the vital issues which have already been submitted before the 7th CPC through the memorandum submitted on 30.07.2014.

We are hopeful that this 7th CPC will consider the views/proposals of this federation ‘BPMS’ in correct perspective and will recommend better service conditions, pay, allowances etc. to almost 4.0 lakh civilians working with the uniform personnel in Department of Defence, Department of Defence Production and Defence Research & Development Organization under the Ministry of Defence.

Thanking You,
Yours Truly, 

(M. P. SINGH)


General Secretary 



Principles of Pay Determination

Indian family is considered strong, stable, flexible and enduring and normally it consist of three to four living generations, including brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and grandparents living together in the same home. The official statistics reveal that large segments of the elderly in India are illiterate, out of work force, partially or totally dependent on others and suffering from health problems or physical disabilities. Hence, a person when joins the Government he has to look after his parents, wife, children, brothers and grandparents also. The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007 also compels him to take care of his/her parents. It may also be pertinent to note that under clause 2 (d) of this Act even if the parent is not a senior citizen, the responsibility of his maintenance vests with the children.

In such circumstances, the family unit for minimum salary should be taken as Six (06), i.e., 01 Unit = Govt Employee, 01 Unit = Spouse, 02 Unit = 2 Children & 02 Unit = Parents. Total 06 Unit

Therefore, as per consumption pattern as defined by ILO and illustrated in the table below, the yardstick for determination of minimum salary should be based on these considerations/basic requirement of life.
SL Item Consumption per Unit of 3 per Family Consumption per Unit of 6 per Family Present Market Rate** Total Cost Rs.
01 Wheat/Rice 470 gms/day = 15 Kg/Month 30 Kg/Month 40/Kg 1200
02 Dal/Pulses 7.2 Kg/Mth 14.4 Kg/Mth 90/Kg 1296
03 Raw Veg. 9 Kg/Mth 18 Kg/Mth 40/Kg 720
04 Veg Green Leaf 11.25 Kg/M 22.5 Kg/Mth 30/Kg 675
05 Other Veg 6.75 Kg/Mth 13.5 Kg/Mth 30/Kg 405
06 Fruits 10.8 Kg/Mth 21.6 Kg/Mth 100/Kg 2160
07 Milk 18 Ltr/Mth 36 Ltr/Mth 45/Ltr 1620
08 Sugar 5 Kg/Mth 10 Kg/Mth 35/Kg 350
09 Edible Oil 3.6 Kg/Mth 7.2 Kg/Mth 120/Kg 864
10 Fish 2.5 Kg/Mth 5 Kg/Mth 300/Kg 1500
11 Meat 5 Kg/Mth 10 Kg/Mth 400/Kg 4000
12 Egg 90 Nos/Mth 180 Nos/Mth 5/No. 900
13 Clothing 5.5 Mtr/Mth 11 Mtr/Mth 400/Mtr 4400
TOTAL 20090
Add 20% as Fuel Charges 4018
Add 25% towards Medical, Housing Maint  etc 6027
GRAND TOTAL 30135
** Rates of some of the article mentioned in the table are based on the Average Monthly Consumer Prices of Selected Articles for Industrial Workers, February-2014 issued by Labour Bureau, Govt of India. 

It has also been observed that the prices given above are present day prices and are likely to increase by at least 40% by 01-01-2016 (i.e., inflation @ 10% per semester from 01.01.2014 to 31.12.2015) when the 7th CPC will be implemented and hence it would be proper if a boosting of 40% can be given on the above Grand Total to make it realistic as on 01-01-2016.

Therefore, if 40% boosting is given the minimum pay as on 01-01-2016 shall be Rs.42189/- . Hence, this federation demands that gross salary including all allowances would not be less than Rs. 42000/- (Rupees Forty Two Thousands) per month for the lowest category. Considering the above discussions this may be achieved by granting Rs. 35000/- as basic pay (Rs.26000/- as pay in pay band plus Rs. 9000/- as grade pay) plus Rs. 7000/-as various allowances.


Minimum-Maximum Ratio

Considering the importance of disparity in ratio between the minimum and maximum pay the Fourth Central Pay Commission opined (Para 7.58) that an effort should be made not only to reduce the number of pay scales, but also to reduce the disparity between minimum and maximum scales of pay. The Fifth CPC had retained the minimum: maximum salary ratio of 1:10.7 inherent in the Fourth CPC pay scales even though the ratio had become 1:8 in 1996 on account of unequal rates of Dearness Allowance neutralization where the highest category was allowed neutralization at 65%.

Hence, it is our considered opinion that the ratio between the minimum & maximum Salary should be of 1:7.

In case of Cabinet Secretary the maximum salary should be 07 times than a lowest paid employee since the Cabinet Secretary, as the overall CEO of the governing system, have to take and ensure implementation of several policy decisions and his accountability is much more than anyone else.

Hence, the Maximum Basic Pay will be 35000 x 7 = Rs. 2,45000.00 (Rupees Two Lakh Forty Five Thousand) for Cabinet Secretary of India. 

Considerations for determining salary for various Levels

The Figure of maximum and minimum salaries would give an arithmetical relationship between the new basic pay and the unrevised basic pay. Normally, the application of such a broad arithmetical ratio may be used for all the existing scales but due to merger of some grade pays or rationalization of pre-revised grade pay this may be re-looked by keeping in the mind the vertical and horizontal relativities of the cadre. It has to be kept in the mind that Pay Band & Grade Pay may not always be enough to fit in every kind or category of employment so a suitable system of “Special pay‟ or allowances can take care of such cases.

Nevertheless, it is once again reiterated that under no circumstances, should the ratio between minimum-maximum pay exceed 1:7.

Proposed General Pay Structure

Continuing the above discussions, we proposed the following revised pay structure on the basis of logic as follows: 
Pre – Revised Structure Revised Structure
Entry

Pay
Grade

Pay
Total

pay
MTF Pay

Band
Pay

Band
Entry

Pay
Grade

Pay
Total
5200 1800 7000 5.000 PB-I 26000
to
Open
Ended
26000 9000 35000
5830 1900 7730 4.837
6460 2000 8460 36400 11700 48100
7510 2400 9910
8560 2800 11360 4.674 40100 13100 53200
9300 4200 13500 4.512 PB-II 42000
to
Open
Ended
42000 19000 61000
12540 4600 17140 4.349 58100 20900 79000
13350 4800 18150
15600 5400 21000 4.186 65300 22600 87900
15600 5400 21000 4.186 PB-III 65000
to
Open
Ended
65300 22600 87900
18750 6600 25350 4.023 75500 26600 102100
21900 7600 29500 3.860 84600 29400 114000
37400 8700 46100 3.698 138300 32200 170500
40200 8900 49100 3.535 142100 32200 174300
43000 10000 53000 3.372 145000 33800 178800
47100 12000 59100 3.321 156500 39900 196400
75000 75000 3.046 228500 228500
80000 80000 2.884 230700 230700
90000 90000 2.722 245000 245000

On the recommendation of Sixth CPC various pay scales of erstwhile
Group ‘D’ & Group ‘B’ employees were merged and upgraded but none of the pay scales of Group ‘C’ were merged and upgraded. Hence, we demand that there should be only 03 grade pay each in PB-1 & PB-2 by merging/upgrading as under:-
Rs. 1900 Merged & Rs. 2400
Rs. 2000 Upgraded
Rs. 2400 Merged Rs. 2800
Rs. 2800
Rs. 4600 Merged Rs. 4800
Rs. 4800

The minimum-maximum ratio has been fixed at 1:7

Only Three Pay Bands have been proposed since consequent upon abolition of Group “D” Posts, there now remains only 3 Groups viz : C, B, and A. PB-I is for Group “C”, PB-II is for Group “B” and PB-III is for Group “A”.

A large span has been kept in PB-III to ensure financial movement to HAG slot of Officers who otherwise do not find promotional space in the slot.



Multiplication Factor (MTF):

Minimum Revised Basic Pay plus GP has been demanded as Rs. 35000 for the employee who is drawing Minimum Basic Pay plus GP Rs. 7000 (pre-revised) hence MTF for Minimum Pay will be 35000 ÷ 7000 =5. Further, Maximum Revised Basic Pay will be 07 times of Revised Minimum Basic Pay plus GP, i.e., 35000 x 7 = 245000 for Cabinet Secretary who is drawing Basic Pay Rs. 90000 (Pre-revised). MTF for Maximum Pay will be 245000 ÷ 90000 = 2.722 .
There are 14 pay scales above the Minimum or below Maximum pay scales after merger as proposed by this federation. The MTF for these intermediary pay scales have been derived by { (5 – 2.722) ÷ 14 = 0.162} and the same has been applied in descending order to determine the relevant pay of other categories.



Workshop Staff

SL. Grade Existing

grade

pay

Upgrade

Grade

pay

Pay

Band
Entry

Pay
Grade

Pay
Total
Pre Revised
Revised
01 Semi-Skilled 1800 1800 26000- to O.E. 26000 9000 35000
02 Skilled 1900 2400 26000- to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
03 Highly Skilled-II & I 2400
2800
2800 26000- to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
04 Master Craftsman 4200 4200 42000 to O.E. 42000 19000 61000

It is worth to remind that National Apprenticeship Certificate / National Trade Certificate holders are being recruited as Semi Skilled worker in OFB whereas all other directorates of MOD and Railways are recruited them in Skilled grade. Hence, NAC /NTC holders should not be recruited below Skilled grade.
Further, the Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) vide its Notification G.S.R. 552 (E), Dated 28th July 2009 has amended the Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008 whereby Master Craftsmen has been granted the Grade Pay of Rs. 4200/- and Highly Skilled Workers are split in a ratio of 50 : 50 and re-designated as Highly Skilled Worker Grade-II (Grade Pay of Rs. 2400 in Pay Band PB – 1) and Highly Skilled Worker Grade-I (Grade Pay of Rs. 2800/- in Pay band PB – 1). According to above, the grade structure of Skilled, Highly Skilled –II, Highly Skilled – I and Master Craftsman has been fixed as under:
(i) Skilled 45%
(ii) Highly Skilled Grade II 20.5%
(iii) Highly Skilled Grade I 20.5%
(iv) Master Craftsman 14%

Simultaneously, Ministry of Railways has also revised the inter grade ratio of Industrial Employees as under:

(i) Skilled 20 %
(ii) Highly Skilled Grade II 20 %
(iii) Highly Skilled Grade I 44 %
(iv) Master Craftsman 16 %

Hence, 07th CPC should recommend for similar inter grade ratio in all the Ministries. 

Further, in the Corps of EME, Navy HQrs, Air HQrs sufficient number of Technical Workers are being recruited directly as Highly Skilled with B.Sc./Diploma in Engineering because they are required to handle most sophisticated equipments Radars, Laser Ray Finders, Night Vision Devices Electronic Gadgets, GPS, Multi type Test Equipments etc, hence they should be recruited in the Highly Skilled Grade – I.
There is a need for changes to be made in the pay structure of various cadres in DRDO as the existing pay is not comparable with other Scientific Organisations and also other Departments in Ministry of Defence. Hence, we have suggested different pay structure for various cadres in DRDO:
 

Clerical Staff

SL. Grade Existing

Grade

Pay

Upgraded

Grade

Pay

Pay

Band
Entry

Pay
Grade

Pay
Total
Pre – Revised Revised
01 Admin Assistant Grade. “A” 1900 2400 26000- to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
02 Admin Assistant Grade “B” 2400 2800 26000- to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
03 Section Superintendent 4200 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
04 Junior Works
Manager/
Civilian
Gazetted
Officer/Admin
Officer

4600 4800 42000-

to O.E.
58100 20900 79000

Store Keeping Staff

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Upgraded Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
Pre – Revised Revised
01 Store Keeper/Assistant Store Keeper/Store Assistant “A” 1900 2400 26000- to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
02 Supervisor/Store Superintendent/Senior Store Keeper/Store Assistant “B”/Barrack & Store Gr.II 2400 2800 26000- to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
03 Chargeman/Senior Store Superintendent/ Foreman (Store)/Barrack & Store Gr.I/Senior Store Assistant 4200 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
04 Junior Works Manager (Store)/Ordnance Officer (Civ- Store)/Civ.Gaztt. Officer (Equip)Asstt. Naval Store Officer- II/Store Officer 4600 4800 42000 – to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
05 Civilian Staff Officer/Asstt. Naval Store Officer-I/Sr. Barrack & Store Officer 5400 42000- to O.E. 65300 22600 87900

Stenographer

SL. Grade Existing

Grade

Pay

Upgraded

Grade

Pay

Pay

Band
Entry

Pay
Grade

Pay
Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Stenographer 2400 2800 26000- to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
2 Per. Asstt. 4200 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
3 Per. Secretary 4600 4800 42000- to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
4 Sr. Per. Secretary 4800 5400 42000- to O.E 65300 22600 87900
5 Principal Private Secretary 6600 65300- to O.E. 76200 26600 102800

Data Entry Operators

SL. Grade Existing

Grade

Pay

Upgraded

Grade

Pay

Pay Band Entry

Pay
Grade

Pay
Total
1 DEO ‘A’ 2400 2800 26000- to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
2 DEO ‘B’ 2800 2800 26000- to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
3 DEO ‘C’ 4200 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000

Telephone Operator

SL. Grade Existing

Grade

Pay

Upgraded

Grade

Pay

Pay

Band
Entry

Pay
Grade

Pay
Total
1 Tel. Optr. Gr.II 2400 26000- to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
2 Tel. Optr. Gr.I 2800 26000- to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
3 Tel. Supr. 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000

Drivers

SL. Grade Existing

Grade

Pay

Upgraded

Grade

Pay

Pay

Band
Entry

Pay
Grade

Pay
Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Driver
Ordinary
Grade
1900 2400 26000- to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
2 Driver Gr.II 2400 2800 26000-to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
3 Driver Gr.I 2800
4 Driver Spl. Grade 4200 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000

Security Staff

SL. Grade Existing
Grade
Pay
Upgraded
Grade
Pay
Pay
Band
Entry
Pay
Grade
Pay
Total
1 Security Asstt “A” 1800 1800 26000-to O.E. 26000 9000 35000
2 Security Asstt “B” 2400 26000-to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
3 Security Asstt “C” 2800 26000-to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
4 Security Asstt “D” 4200 42000-to O.E. 42000 19000 61000

Multi-Tasking Staff

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Upgraded Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
1 MTS Gr.III 1800 26000-to O.E. 26000 9000 35000
2 MTS Gr.II 2400 26000-to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
3 MTS Gr.I 2800 26000-to O.E. 40100 13100 53200

Photographers

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Upgraded Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
1 PhotographerGr.III 1800 26000-to O.E. 26000 9000 35000
2 PhotographerGr.II 2400 26000-to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
3 PhgotographerGr.I 2800 26000-to O.E. 40100 13100 53200

Rajbhasha Staff

It is suggested that at least 03 Grade structure be made for Rajbhasha Cadre in Lower Formation and their pay scales be at par with those announced by the Official Language Implementation Committee (JHT – 4600, SHT-5400 & HO – 6600).


Fire Fighting Staff

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Upgraded Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Firemen 1900 2400 26000-to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
2 Leading Fireman 2000
3 Station Officer 2800 2800 26000-to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
4 Asstt. Divisional Fire Officer 4200 4200 42000-to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
5 Dy. Divisional Fire Officer 4600 4800 42000-to O.E. 58100 20900 79000

Canteen Staff

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Upgraded Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Vendor 1800 1800 26000-to O.E. 26000 9000 35000
2 Cook 1900 2400 26000-to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
3 Asstt. Cashier 2400 2800 26000-to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
4 Canteen Supr. 4200 4200 42000-to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
5 Canteen Manager 4600 4800 42000-to O.E. 58100 20900 79000

Drawing Office Staff

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Upgraded Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Blue Printer 1800 1800 26000-to O.E. 26000 9000 35000
2 Draughtsman 2400 2800 26000-to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
3 Sr. Draughtsman 4200 4200 42000-to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
4 Jr. Tech. Officer 4600 4800 42000-to O.E. 58100 20900 79000

Para Medical Staff
Nursing Staff

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Revised Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Midwife 2000 2800 26000-to O.E. 40100 13100 53200
2 Nurse Gr.II 4600 4800 42000-to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
3 Nurse Gr.I 4800 4800 42000-to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
4 Public Health Nurse 4800 4800 42000-to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
5 Matron 5400 5400 65300-to O.E. 65300 22600 87900

Pharmacist

SL. Grade Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Pharmacist Gr.II 2800, after 02 yrs 4200 4200 42000-to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
2 Pharmacist Gr.I 4600 4800 42000-to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
3 Sr. Pharmacist 4800 4800 42000-to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
4 Chief Pharmacist 5400 65300-to O.E. 65300 22600 87900

Laboratory Staff

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Upgraded Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Medical Lab Technician 4200 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
2 Sr. Medical Lab Technician 4600 4800 42000- to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
3 Chief Medical Lab Technician 5400 42000- to O.E. 65300 22600 87900

Radiographer

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Upgraded Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Radiographer Gr.I 4200 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
2 Radiographer Gr.II 4800 42000- to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
3 Radiographer Gr.III 5400 42000- to O.E. 65300 22600 87900

Medical Staff

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Upgraded Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Ward Sahayak 1800 1800 26000- to O.E. 26000 9000 35000
2 Medical Asstt. 1800 2400 26000- to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
3 Ward Master 1900 2400 26000 to O.E. 36400 11700 48100
4 Sr. Medical Asstt./Sr. Ward Master 2800 26000- to O.E. 40100 13100 53200

Supervisory Staff

SL. Grade Existing Grade Pay Upgraded Grade Pay Pay Band Entry Pay Grade Pay Total
Pre – Revised Revised
1 Chargeman (Tech) 4200 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
2 Chargeman (Non Tech) 4200 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
3 Chargeman (Non Tech) (Stores) 4200 4200 42000 to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
4 Chargeman (Non Tech) (other than Stores) 4200 4200 42000- to O.E. 42000 19000 61000
5 JWM (Tech) 4600 4800 42000- to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
6 JWM (Non Tech) 4600 4800 42000- to O.E. 58100 20900 79000
1. Annual Increments:
(i) Two dates of Annual Increments
(a) 01st
January for those who have been recruited or promoted between 01st
January and 30th June of last year;

(b) 01st July for those who have been recruited or promoted
between 01st July and 31st December of last year.
(ii) Rate of Annual Increment
(a) 5% of (BP
+GP) for first 05 years;

(b) 7.5% of (BP + GP) for subsequent years.
(iii) One Notional Increment
On superannuation for calculating retirement benefits
2. Pay Fixation Formula:
In no case promotee will draw less pay in comparison to Direct Recruit.
3. House Rent Allowance:
A-1City
=Population of 50 Lakhs +
@ 35% of BP+GP
A City
=Population of 25 Lakhs +
@ 30% of BP+GP
B City
=Population of 15 Lakhs +
@ 25% of BP+GP
C City
= Population below 15 Lakh,
@ 20% of BP+GP
4. Children Education Allowance:
(i) CEA be extended upto Graduation for any 02 children;
(ii) Rs. 36000/- per annum per child and linked with DA increase;
(iii) CEA should be exempted from Income Tax;
(iv) CEA should be granted without any claim
5. Knowledge Update Allowance:
(i) Every employee irrespective of Rank and Grade Pay;
(ii) Monthly KUA at the rate of Annual Increment.
6. Leave Travel Concession (LTC):
(i) New Concept of LTC Promotional Allowance equivalent to one month salary (BP + GP) in place of leave encashment;
(ii) LTC for retired employees;
(iii) Irrespective of
GP, employee may be entitled to travel by Air if he avails LTC only once in 04 years;
(iv) Irrespective of
Grade Pay, employees may avail one International LTC in entire service career.
7. Transport Allowance:
(i) Criteria of
City Classification should be dispensed off;
(ii)  GP 2800
and below Rs. 1600 x 3

GP 4200 and above Rs. 3200 x 3
(iii) TA on retirement equal weight & rates per km for all;
(iv) TA to deceased
family same as on retirement.
8. TA/DA while on tour:
(i) Entitlement;
Grade Pay
Air
Rail
Road
1800 to 2000
No Change
Autorickshaw / Own Scooter / Motorcycle / Moped/ Any Public Bus except AC Bus
2400 to 4200
AC-II Tier
Autorickshaw / Own Scooter / Motorcycle / Moped/ Any Public Bus including AC Bus
4600 to 8900
Economy Class
AC-I Class
Autorickshaw / Own Scooter / Motorcycle / Moped/ Any Public Bus including AC Bus / Ordinary Taxi
10000 and above
Business/ Club Class
AC – I Class
Autorickshaw / Own Scooter / Motorcycle / Moped/ Any Public Bus including AC Bus / AC Taxi
(ii) Hotel Charges – Minimum Rs. 2000/- per day;
(iii) Food Charges – Minimum Rs. 500/- per day;
(iv) Local Transport
Charges Minimum Rs. 300/- per day;
(v) All the above
allowances should be granted to Defence Assistant / Assisting Officer in
the CCS (CC&A) Rules;
(vi) No Bill/Receipt should be required for above;
(vii) Above rates
should be neutralized with increase of DA.
9. Washing Allowance:
(i) Rs. 300/- per month plus DA for the employees provided with protective clothing or uniforms.
10. Split Duty Allowance:
(i) Rs. 2000/- per month
11. Risk Allowance:
(i) @ one annual increment per month
12. Armoured Vehicle Allowance:
(i) @ one annual increment per month
13. Technical Allowance:
(i) For similar nature of job, civilians should be granted Technical Allowance (Airworthyness Allowance/Flight Charge Certificate Allowance/Aeronautical Technical Allowance/Submarine Allowance, Sea/Field Trial Allowance) at par with Combatants.
14. Incentive for Quality Control:
Artisan Staff/Industrial Employees engaged in Ordnance Factories are entitled to “Piece-Work” and the IEs engaged in electrical or mechanical or civil work maintenance/repair are entitled for 50% of average piece work as Incentive Bonus and this system is in vogue since decades. However, Artisan Staff/Industrial Employees engaged in Inspection/Quality Control of the jobs being produced are not covered under any “piece-work” and/or any other system. Since these category of workmen perform a very critical task ensuring zero defect products, it is essential that they should be covered under the “Incentive Scheme” at par with their counterparts in the
Maintenance stream.
15. Incentive for Promoting Small Family:
(i) Extended to Re-employed pensioners;
(ii) Extended to newly recruited even he/she of his/her spouse has undergone sterilization operation prior to recruitment.
16. HPCA / PCA:
All Paramedical Staff irrespective of classification of posts subject to fulfilling other conditions at par with Nursing Allowance.
17. Odd Hours Visit Allowance:
Be extended to Radiographers / Laboratory Technicians. 03 Additional Increments should be granted to these categories, if there is no Radiologist / Pathologist in the hospital.
18. Overtime Allowance:
(i) OTA for
employees in Offices: No pay limit;
(ii)  Formula
for OTA : {(BP+GP) ÷200} x Overtime hours
19. Other Allowance:
All other allowances in vogue at present and for which specific proposals have been mooted, may be increased by 3 times of the present. It is also demanded that the rates of such allowances shall automatically increase by 50% whenever the Dearness Allowance payable on the revised pay bands goes up by 50%.
20. Interest Free Advances:
(i) Bicycle / Warm Clothing : Rs. 10000/-;
(ii) Computer : Rs. 50000/- on 1st Occasion
on Rs. 40000/- on 2nd Occasion;

Eligibility – All Govt Emp.;
(iii) Scooter/Motor Cycle : Rs. 60000/- , Eligibility- All;
(iv) Medical treatment : 100% of package or
Conservative treatment;
(v) Festival : 01 month’s Gross Pay for all;
(vi) Natural Calamity :  05 times of (BP+GP + DA),

to be recovered in 60 monthly

installments;
(vii) Training in Hindi :  Rs. 1500/-.
21. Interest Bearing Advances:
(i) Motor Car : Rs. 500000/- , Eligibility – GP 4200
(ii) HBA : Eligibility and Loan amount should
be as adopted by Public Sector
Banks. For this purpose,
Departments should enter into MOU
with designated/selected PSBs and
ensure full disbursement of Loan and
the rate of interest should be at par 
with prevailing interest in the Saving
Bank Account.
22. Leave:
(i) EL Accumulation : 300 days
(ii) EL Encashment : 10 days per year
(iii) CCL: It should be extended to Male employees also at par with Females Employees in case of death or insane condition of wife;
(iv) CL should be restored to 12 days per year for those Offices/Organizations working on a 5 day/week schedule and 15 days per year for those Offices/organizations working on a 6 days/week schedule;
(v) Paternity Leave be extended to 30 days;
(vi) Special Casual Leave for Federation activities be revised/modified as under and the leave facilities should be extended to Office-bearers/members of Unrecognized Unions affiliated to Recognized Federations –

(a) 30 days to Office-Bearers;

(b) 20 days to Central Executive Members;

(c) 15 days to outstation delegates to attend meeting/conferences;

(d) 10 days to local members for attending local meetings.
(vii) Special Casual Leave should be given to those employees who donate Kidney/any other Organ till such time as he is declared fit to resume duties by the Doctor as per Medical Certificate
(viii) Study Leave: It should be extended to all employees.
23. Gratuity:
(i) One month pay per completed year of service;
(ii) It should be extended to employees recruited on or after 01.01.2004;
24. CGEGIS:
(i) Minimum Coverage : Rs. 10 lakh
(ii)  “Optional Coverage” by dependents upto restoration of pension should also be provided
25. Adhoc / Productivity Linked Bonus:
(i) Monthly Gross Pay (removing the ceiling of Rs. 3500);
(ii) All categories of employees irrespective of Rank and GP, including Gazetted Officers.
26. Income Tax:
(i) All allowances should be exempted from Income Tax.
27. Professional Tax:
(i) All employees under the Ministry of Defence including Civilians be granted exemption from payment of Professional Tax
28. MACP Scheme:
(i) Instead of vacancy based promotion, Time Bound Promotion Scheme should be introduced for all group of employees;
(ii) As a safety net, MACP may be continued but financial upgradation should be granted in promotional hierarchy on completion of every 06 yrs and not less than 05 upgradations in service career.
29. Death Relief:
Rs. 25000/- (Non-Refundable) to next of kin.
30. Judicial Pronouncements:
It should be extended to similarly placed non-petitioners.
31. Compassionate
Appointment:
The quota of 5% be removed and 100%
appointments on compassionate grounds be made.
32. Pension:
(i) National Pension Scheme should be scrapped;
(ii)  Pension shall not be less than 60% of last pay drawn;
(iii) Family pension shall not be less than 40% of last pay drawn;
(iv) Concept of one rank one pension should be implemented in letter and spirit;
(v) Commutation restoration after 12 years instead of 15 years;
(vi) Fixed Medical Allowance for all pensioners @ Rs. 1500 per month for OPD treatment and this amount should be automatically raised by 50% every time the Dearness Allowance on the revised pay structure goes up by 50%;
(vii) Those totally depend on pension should be exempted from Income Tax payment as well as submission of IT return;
(viii) Retirement / Death Gratuity should be paid @ one month for every completed year service without limit of maximum 33 yrs and without ceiling of Maximum Rs.10.00 lakh;
(ix) “Emoluments- Fifteen days wages shall be calculated by dividing the pay in pay band plus grade pay last drawn by him by twenty six and multiplying the quotient by fifteen and in addition DA admissible on the date of retirement/death of Govt employee.‟
33. Speedy decision in Service matters:
Probable date of completion (PDC) on the pattern of citizen charters should be fixed for resolving the issues, for movement of file/paper from desk to desk/section in respect of issues raised by JCM/Federations and latest position should be updated in website.
34. Strengthening of JCM Forums:
Non-conduction of regular meetings, non-implementation of Arbitration Awards without approval of both Houses of Parliament is some of the major challenges. If these constraints are removed, the JCM forum may resolve various issues in time which will reduce the litigations on service matters and that will have the cascading effect upon the functioning of Government machinery.
35. Amendment to Service Rules: Co-relation of Pay
Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules, 1964 states that Rules 4, 6, 7, 12, 14, sub-rule (3) of Rule 15, Rule 16, sub-rules (1), (2) and (3) of Rule 18, Rule 19, 20 and 21 shall not apply to any Government Servant who draws a pay which does not exceed Rs.500 per mensem and holds a non-gazetted post in various establishments.
This monetary limit of Rs. 500 per Menem has never been revised since 1964. If this monetary limit is correlated to the revised pay of 7th CPC, conduct rule will relax the employees and reduce the supervisor’s burden in the following matters;-
a)
 Employment of near relatives of Government servants in companies or firms (Rule-4);
b) Joining of
associations by Government servants (Rule 6);
c) Demonstration
and strikes (Rule 7);
d) Subscriptions
(Rule 12);
e) Public
demonstrations in honour of Government Servants (Rule 14);
f) Private trade
and employment (Rule 15);
g) Investment,
lending and borrowing (Rule 16);
h) Movable,
immovable and valuable property (Rule 18);
i) Vindication of
acts and character of Government servant (Rule 19);
j) Canvassing of
non-official or other outside influence (Rule 20) &
k)  Restriction
regarding marriage (Rule 21)
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Source: http://bpms.org.in/documents/pad-bpms-emgw.pdf

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 2
  • I am of the opinion that there be a Master Scale(MS) devoid of PB and GP.From the MS only starting pay for each post be fixed by the concerned dept. analyzing each such post.,especially the professional posts,while general posts such as clerks,stenos ,drivers etc may have the same starting pay in all depts.This will avoid overlapping of pay&increment,stagnation,non-functional grade etc.I hope 7th CPC will give a serious thought to this suggestion.

  • How many time will increase in existing pensioners