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7th CPC Benefit to Employees of Autonomous Bodies and Boards: Confederation message on Inordinate Delay

AVOID INORDINATE DELAY IN EXTENDING THE BENEFITS OF CCS (REVISED PAY) RULES 2016 TO THE EMPLOYEES OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMOUS BODIES AND BOARDS CONSTITUTED STATUTORILY
The benefits of the 7th CPC has not yet been extended to the personnel working under – autonomous bodies and Boards, though it was constituted statutorily. During the previous wage revisions, they have been allowed to enjoy the benefits within one month of release of the Government Notification on Revised Pay Rules. Employees and Pensioners of more than 600 Autonomous bodies and Boards etc. are eagerly waiting for the last more than two months, for revised pay structure implementation in their respective institutions.

Like most of the Central Government departments, since most of the autonomous bodies and Boards did not have much fund to spare for payment of revision of pay hike, they have to depend upon their Ministries concerned. In the case of Ministries also, the budget allotment is not sufficient to meet its own needs satisfactorily and are starving. It is in this background the Finance Ministry’s stand becomes crucial. During 6th CPC, the Finance Ministry has given clearance without much delay. The present delay has become a cause of concern for the employees and pensioners.
Confederation of Central Government Employees and workers has already taken up their case with the Government, but till this date the Finance Ministry has not issued orders extending the 7th CPC benefit to employees of Autonomous bodies and Board. The Confederation urges upon the Central Government to expedite action in this regard and to end the uncertainty and anxiety among a large section of employees and pensioners.
(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General
Confederation
Mob: 09447068125

Source: http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/2016/10/avoidinordinate-delay-in-extending.html?m=1

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  • Anonymous 6 years ago

    AUTONOMOUS BODIES – EXTENSION OF 7TH CPC REVISED PAY STRUCTURE AND PENSIONARY BENEFITS
    The issue was raised in the JCM Standing Committee meeting held on 25.10.2016 by the staff side. The official side informed that an overall review regarding the performance and financial viability etc. of each Autonomous body is being carried out by the Government. Only after completing the process decision regarding extension of 7th CPC revised pay structure and pensionary benefits, Bonus etc. will be taken. Extension of the benefits depends upon the policy decision of the Government. Hence the official side has not told any time frame for final decision. It is likely to be delayed.

    Confederation has already included the demands of the employees of the autonomous bodies in its 20 point charter of demands. All Unions/Associations/Federation and employees of all autonomous bodies are requested to understand the gravity of the situation and make the 7th November 2016 mass dharna programme and 15th December 2016 Parliament March a grand success. Join the Parliament March with your flags, banners and placard with demands. Let the Government understand the discontentment and protest of employees and pensioners of Autonomous bodies. There is no short-cut to get our justified demand accepted by the Government.

    From the confederation website regarding yesterday meeting.

    • Anonymous 6 years ago

      Delay means, whether it is Day level/Month level/Year level sir.
      They can do it as a parallel process.

  • When do CSIR pensioners get the benefit of the 7th Pay Commission recommendations

  • Gokavarapu DURGA PRASAD 6 years ago

    Thank you Krishnan Sir,

  • A very big thanks to M Krishnan Sir in taking up the issue of prolonged delay in implementation of Revised Pay extension to Autonomous bodies. Sir, thanks for Sending a single separate note to Sh. Arun Jaitley Hon'ble Finance Minister (Ref No. Confdn/Genl/7CPC/2016-17; dated 14/10/2016) and also, for posting the above note (http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/2016/10/ avoidinordinate-delay-in-extending.html?m=1 ; dated 14/10/2016)

  • Anonymous 6 years ago

    Also thanks to http://www.staffnews.in

  • Anonymous 6 years ago

    kindly thank Shri. M.Krishnan Ji on email id [email protected] & [email protected].

  • munivaradhan prithivi 6 years ago

    thankk you krishna sir