Lesser Pay in Higher Level of Pay Matrix of 7th CPC: Minutes of 48th NC JCM Meeting

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Lesser Pay in Higher Level of Pay Matrix of 7th CPC: Minutes of 48th NC JCM Meeting

Lesser Pay in Higher Level of Pay Matrix of 7th CPC: Minutes of 48th NC JCM Meeting Minutes of the Meeting held under the Chairmanship of Secretary (

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Lesser Pay in Higher Level of Pay Matrix of 7th CPC: Minutes of 48th NC JCM Meeting

Minutes of the Meeting held under the Chairmanship of Secretary (P) on 30.07.2021 discuss the left-out items of the Meeting of the National Council (NC) of the Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM), held on 26.06.2021 issued vide DoP&T No. No.3/4/2021-JCA dated 18.08.2021)

Item No. NC -48/8/21 (d) Lesser Pay in Higher Level of Pay Matrix

The demand of the Staff Side was to do away with the situation in which a senior employee get lesser pay, though posted in the higher level of pay matrix vis-a-vis his junior.

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AS (Pers), DoE, stated that DoE had approached DoPT & DoP&PW in order to get the issue resolved. Both the Departments have raised some concerns. The issue is under examination by DoE.

Decision: The Chair directed DoE to examine the issue expeditiously.

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