MACP w.e.f. 01.01.2006 – Supreme Court Order is not applicable to civilian employees: DoPT’s clarification
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL CONTROLLER OF ACCOUNTS (FYS)
10-A, S.K. BOSE ROAD, KOLKATA: 700001
Part. I Office Order No. AT/ 08
All CsFA/AIl Br. AOs
Subject: Representation regarding MACP Scheme
A copy of clarification on the above subject issued vide DOPT OM No- 35034/3/2019-Estt(D) dated-27/02/2019 received vide CGDA No-CGDA/ NAVY/03/ Misc-III/2019 dated-13/09/2019, is forwarded herewith for information, guidance and compliance, please.
(Dr. DL Meena)
Deputy Controller of Accounts (Fys)
No. Pay/Tech-I/01(7% CPC), dated-\5/10/19 |
Dy No. 1351516/19/CR
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Accounts
(Department of Personnel & Training )
Sub: Representation regarding MACP Scheme.
The undersigned is directed to forward herewith a letter (in original) dated 15.12.2018 from Shri Arun Kumar Sharma on the subject of MACP and to say that the recommendations of the 6th CPC were accepted by the Government only on 29.08.2008 (30.08.2008) in case of PBOR). The recommendations of the 6th CPC were required to be examined and a Scheme was to be formulated in consultation with Department of Expenditure and the same took considerable time for its implementation. Before implementation of the Scheme a cut off date had to be decided / fixed. Accordingly, the Government has taken a conscious decision for implementing the MACPS w.e.f. 01.09.2008. THough the MACPS came into existence only w.e.f. 01.09.2008 the benefits of the existing ACP Scheme of August 1999, was allowed to the Government servants upto 31.08.2008.
2. VI Pay Commission recommended separate Schemes for Civilian and the Defence Personnel. After the recommendations were considered and approved by the Cabinet, D/o Expenditure issued Resolution dated 29.08.2008 in respect of Civilian employees. Ministry of Defence issued Resolution dated 30.08.2008 regarding extension of VI CPC benefits to Armed Forces Personnel. Thus the Civilian and the PBOR personnel are governed by two different Resolutions/ two different MACP Schemes.
3. The instant order of Hon’ble Supreme Court is in the context of MACP Scheme issued by Ministry of Defence with regard o PBOR and hence the order of Hon’ble Apex Court is not applicable to the MACP Scheme issued by DoP&T for civilian employees.
4. However, in case, clarification/ interpretation of any of the rule position is required, the proposal may be referred to this Department in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Department’s OM No. 43011/9/2014-Estt.-(D) dated 28th October, 2015 through a self contained note giving full facts connected with the case in a file and with the approval of Secretary of the Administrative Ministry.
Encl. As above.
Ministry of Defnece,
South Block, New Delhi
Shri Arun Kumar Sharma, Draughtsman, O/o CWE Bikaner. It is advised that future correspondence in the matter if any may be directly made to Ministry of Defence is the concerned Administrative Ministry.