7th CPC – First Meeting of Departmental Anomaly Committee to Settle the anomalies arising GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (RAILWA
New Delhi, dated:25.08.2017
The General Secretary,
All India Railwaymen,s Federation
4, State Entry Road,
New Delhi – 110055.
The General Secretary
National Federation of
New Delhi – 110055.
Room No. 256-E, Rail Bhawan
Sub: First Meeting of Departmental Anomaly Committee to Settle the anomalies arising out of the implementation of 7th CPC.
Minutes of the First Meeting of Departmental Anomaly Committee held on 20.06.2017.
The first meeting of Departmental Anomaly Committee (DAC) was held on 20.06.2017 at 11 A.M. in Room No.402. The following attended the meeting.
Rakhal Das Gupta, President
|1. Shri Guman Singh, President|
|2. Shri Shiv
Gopal Mishra, General Secretary
|2.Dr.M. Raghavaiah, General Secretary|
|3. Shri J R
|3.Dr.R.P.Bhatnagar, Working President|
- During the Implementation of 6th CPC after due discussions Ministry of Railways sent a detailed proposal in respect of various anomalies especially in respect of pay structure of Technical Supervisors to Ministry of Finance and DoP&T. However, Ministry of Railways failed to place these proposals before 7th CPC.
- Till the implementation of 6th CPC recommendations the pay structure of Technical Supervisors were placed on a higher pedestal on comparison with pay structure of the corresponding categories of Accounts Department. with the implementation of 6th CPC pay structure the relativity in the case of the technical Supervisors category of Indian railways got disturbed and 7th CPC also did not address this core issue which is affecting thousands of employees.
- Various proposals /references sent to the Ministry of Finance and Department of Personal and Training are not getting addressed and thereby the issues remain unresolved. As such Ministry of railways may try find out an in house mechanism for addressing these issues. In support of this, past precedent of 1997 was quoted.
- Certain factual inaccuracies have crept into the 7th CPC Report which need to be addressed. For example, through there was demand from the Federation to raise the entry qualification in respect of Assistant Loco Pilot to Diploma as recommended by Dr. Anil Kadokar, Chairman, HLSRC, whereas, the 7th CPC had wrongly quoted in its report that Federations have demanded Degree qualification. He cited Para 11.40.63 of the 7th CPC report and wanted DAC to take note of this for appropriate action.
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