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7th CPC Final Meeting with JCM on 9th June, 2015 – Revised Pay Structure likely from 1st Jan, 2016 – 7th CPC will submit its report by end of Aug, 2015

7th CPC Final Meeting with JCM on 9th June, 2015: Revised Pay Structure likely from 1st Jan, 2016 – 7th CPC will submit its report by end of Aug, 2015.

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Seventh Pay Commission has taken many meetings with all possible stake holders, in this series the 7th CPC has called a final meeting with JCM (Staff Side) on 9th June, 2015.  JCM (Staff Side) was also prepared to take all issues on this matter and an urgent meeting was called just before the 7th CPC meeting, with standing committee members.  The first hand feedback  of this important meeting  has published by NFIR.  

According this feedback the NFIR has mentioned the main point of issues only the detailed minutes is not available, hope JCM(Staff Side) will come with detail.  As published earlier the Minimum wages, fitment formula (multiplication factor) with other important issues i.e. rate of Increment, pay parity for common categories, date of effect of revised pay structure, revision of ex-gratia, parity in pension, rectification of MACP etc has discussed in the Final Meeting with 7th CPC.


NFIR has informed in his feedback that the revised pay structure and allowances is likely to be recommended to be given effect from January 1st, 2016. It is expected that the VII th CPC would submit its report to the Government by the end of August 2015 

An important issue about Grade Pay or Pay Scale is not mentioned in NFIR feedback.  The text of NFIR letter is reproduced below:-      

N F I R
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI – 110 055
Affiliated to :
Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF)

No. IV/NF IR/7th CPC/CORRES/Part. V

Dated: 09/06/2015

The General Secretaries of
Affiliated Unions of NFIR
Brother,

Sub: Final Meeting with Seventh Central Pay Commission — June 9. 2015-reg.

Responding to the invitation received from the VIIh CPC, the JCM (Staff Side) delegation met the Pay Commission this day 09th June 2015 and deliberated again in detail on the following issues:-
(a) Minimum wage — (15th ILC norms/Dr. Achroyed Formula for determining minimum wage as proposed in the JCM Staff Side Memorandum),
(b) Rate of increment.
(c) Fitment Formula,
(d) Qualification related Pay Scales,
(e) Pay parity for common categories.
(f) Date of effect of revised Pay Structure and allowances etc.,
(g) Upward revision of Ex-gratia to the families of employees killed in the course of performing duties,
(h) Parity in pension for eliminating the discrimination,
(i) Rectification of MACPS aberrations,
(j) Grant of increment to those retiring on 30th June and 31st December of the year.
Various other issues were also discussed with the VII CPC today. While the response of the Pay Commission by and large has been satisfactory on many points mentioned above, the revised pay structure/allowances is likely to be recommended to be given effect from January 1st, 2016. With today’s discussions in the final meeting with VII CPC, the deliberations by the JCM Staff Side got concluded.
It is expected that the VII th CPC would submit its report to the Government by the end of August 2015. Prominent leaders among those participated in the deliberations are Dr. M. Raghavaiah Leader (JCM) Staff Side, NFIR’ s President Guman Singh. Working President R.P.Bhatnagar and Joint General Secretary B.C. Sharma.

Yours fraternally,
(Dr. M. Raghavaiah)
General Secretary

NFIR letter can be accessed through this link

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  • सेना में जवानो को पुरानी पेन्शन,
    ज्यादा सैलरी,
    १००% फैमली क्वाटर,
    कैन्टीन की बेहतरींन सुबिधा,
    लगभग सभी ट्रैनो में स्पेशल कोच
    आर्मी स्पेशल pay
    साल के दौरान समय पर व लम्बी छुट्टियॉ
    परन्तु अर्ध सैनिक बलो को ऊपर लिखी सुविधाओ में से एक भी सुबिधा नही दी जाती है, इनके
    हिस्से में आती है सिर्फ और सिर्फ ड्यूटियॉ
    जैसे कि—-
    १. नेता जी के पोते की शादी है…४ BSF ४ CRPF ४ ITBP की कम्पनियॉ लगा दो
    २. सैफई महोत्सव हो तो CRPF की कम्पनियॉ लगा दो…
    ३. बाढ, भू-कम्प, सुनामी आ जाये तो NDRF (a combined organization of para military). लगा दो.
    ४. सीमा की रक्षा के लिए BSF/ITBP/SSB लगा दो |
    ५. किसी भी प्रकार का पूरे देश में कही भी चुनाव हो BSF/CRPF/ITBP/SSB etc. को लगा दो
    ६. नक्सलविरोधी अभियान में BSF/CRPF/ITBP/SSB को लगा दो
    ७… जम्मू कश्मीर में आतंकबादियो से लडने के लिए BSF/CRPF/ITBP को लगा दो
    ८. सामप्रदायिकं दंगो से निपटने के लिए RAF /CRPF/ITBP/BSF/SSB को लगा दो..
    ९. दुश्मन देशो से जब लडाई लगेगी तो आर्मी अकेली नही लडेगी BSF/ITBP साथ में लडेगी…
    हद तो तब हो गयी जब BSF/CRPF/ITBP/SSB का सैनिक अगर अपनी ड्युटी के निर्वाहन के दौरान या आतंकियो या नक्सलियो के खिलाफ लडते हुए मर गया तो बो शहीद नही कहलायेगा
    क्यो भाई BSF/CRPF/ITBP/SSB में इन्सान नही जानवर है क्या ?
    अब मेरा सबाल देश की व्यबस्था से है न कि सेना से , ये पोस्ट सेना के खिलाफ नही है और न ही सेना के खिलाफ लिखने की किसी की औकात है !
    अब मेरा सबाल है कि पैरा-मिलेट्री जबानो के साथ ये शौतेला भेद भाव क्यो किया जा रहा है?
    आखिर कब BSF/CRPF/ITBP को सेना के समान दर्जा दिया जायेगा
    सभी मित्र इस बात को इतना शेयर करे कि ये मैसेज सही जगह पहुँच जाये

    • Anonymous 7 years ago

      I absolutely agree with you. BSF/CRPF/ITBP/SSB should get equal benefits like that of Army. They should also get OROP.

  • vummadisetty 7 years ago

    The concept of pay-band and grade-pay is rubbish and please eliminate this concept in 7th CPC. Please consider 5th CPC payscale and accordingly made fitment formula because all CG employees were satisfied 5th CPC pay scale.

    1. 2550-55-2660-60-3200————–>24000
    2. 2610-60-3150-65-3540————–>24500
    3. 2610-60-2910-65-3300-70-4000——>25000
    4. 2650-65-3300-70-4000————–>25500
    5. 2750-70-3800-75-4400————–>26000
    6. 3050-75-3950-80-4590————–>31000
    7. 3200-85-4900———————->33000
    8. 4000-100-6000———————>41000
    9. 4500-125-7000———————>46000
    10. 5000-150-8000——————–>51000
    11. 5500-175-9000——————–>56000
    12. 6500-200-6900 & 6500-200-10500—>67000
    13. 7450-225-11500 & 7500-250-12000–>74000
    14. 8000-275-13500——————->78000
    15. 9000-275-9550 & 9000(fixed)——>88000
    16. 10000-325-15200——————>96000
    17. 10325-325-10975——————>99000
    18. 10650-325-15850——————>102000
    19. 12000-375-(16500 & 18000)& 12750-375-16500——–>120000
    20. 14300-450-22400 & 14300-400-18300->132000
    21. 15100-400-18300——————->139000
    22. 16400-450-20000 & 16400-450-20900->148000
    23. 18400-500-22400——————->162000
    24. 22400-525-24500 & 22400-600-26000->190000
    25. 24050-650-26000——————->200000
    26. 26000 (FIXED)———————>210000
    27. 30000 (FIXED)———————>230000

  • Anonymous 7 years ago

    The concept of pay-band and grade-pay is rubbish and please eliminate this concept in 7th CPC. Please consider 5th CPC payscale and accordingly made fitment formula because all CG employees were satisfied 5th CPC pay scale.