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News Related to 7th Pay Commission
« on: July 24, 2012, 06:48:28 PM »
Central employees demand seventh pay commission, march to parliament on 26th July

The Confederation of Central Government Employees will take out a march to Parliament on July 26, demanding constitution of the Seventh Pay Commission and dismantling of the new pension scheme.
Talking to reporters in Chennai, general secretary of the Confederation M. Duraipandian said though the Centre had trumpeted that the Sixth Pay Commission had increased the salary of the employees by 28 to 40 per cent, increase in petrol prices and hike in the price of essential commodities had proved that salary hike was not adequate.
 "The only way out is constitution of the Seventh Pay Commission. Many private sector companies in Tamil Nadu revise the salaries of their employees once in four months. In transport sector it is done in every three years. The insurance sector has seen revision of pay nine times. We need pay revision once in five years,  ¯ he said.
Bleak future
Mr. Duraipandian said the new pension scheme was against the interest of the employees as the government had plans to invest the money in the share market and it would create bleak future.

Source : The Hindu.
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NMC demands new pay commission for central & state staff

Subhash Shastri, President National Mazdoor Conference (NMC)  on Sunday urged upon Prime Minister to constitute  7th Pay Commission as the DA has already touched 72 per cent and make announcement to this effect in forth coming winter session of  Parliament beginning from 22nd November 2012.
He also appealed to declare 7th Pay Commission as National Pay Commission so that its recommendations are simultaneously implemented for central staff and employees of the state Governments.

While recalling recommendation of Central 4th Pay Commission,  Shastri said that it also had recommended that in new Pay Commission should constituted as soon as DA crosses 50 percent of the basic pay/pension.
He also urged till the new Pay Commission is constituted and its recommendations implemented, 50 per cent DA be merged with  basic pay/pension and simultaneously  Interim Relief (IR) of 20 per cent of basic pay/pension be provided to centre and State Government employees and this be announced before Diwali festival.  He also reiterated  long pending demands for early redressal.
Among others who spoke on the occasion included  Rajan Babau, Rakesh Padha, Anil Singh Slathia, Ashok Khajuria, Sunil Kochr, Sham Lal Sharma, Bhupinder Singh, Mohan Lal Sharma, Barkat Ram, Vijay Bhagat, Dalip Bhagat, Surinder Kumar, Yog Raj, Mohd Shafi and social activist Ravi Razdan.


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« Reply #3 on: October 30, 2012, 06:43:14 PM »
Ethe taan hale tak pehle pay comm. Diyan anomely dur nahi hoiean.


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« Reply #4 on: October 30, 2012, 09:33:21 PM »
good job
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Right demand needs strong perusal of the employees'.


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 Pre-Budget talks: Unions press for pay commisison

 Pressing for a people-friendly Budget for 2013-14, trade unions today urged Finance Minister P Chidambaram and his team to announce the constitution of the seventh pay commission along with raising the income tax threshold to Rs 5 lakh in a year from the present Rs 2 lakh.

 The demand was raised by the unions at a pre-Budget consultations in the North Block, even as the government is struggling hard to rein in its fiscal deficit.

 After the meeting, Harbhajan Singh Siddhu of Hind Mazdoor Sabha said already seven years of the sixth pay commission have passed and any new commission will take two-three years to study.
 "The revision of wages and various service conditions of the government employees is already due. Constitution of the seventh Pay Commission be announced in the Budget," joint recommendations of trade unions, including CPI (M)-affiliated CITU, CPI-linked AITUC, INTUC of the Congress and Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh to the Finance Minister said.

 Also, the unions have demanded the income tax exemption ceiling for the salaried persons should be raised to Rs 5 lakh per annum and fringe benefits like housing, medical and educational facilities should be exempted from the income tax net in totality.

 At a time when the government is trying hard to raise FDI cap in insurance sector to 49% from the current 26%, the unions raised objections to the move.

 As the government struggled to meet its disinvestment target of Rs 30,000 crore this financial year, the memorandum said stake sale of profit making PSUs "be stopped forthwith" and budgetary support be given for revival of potentially viable sick PSUs.

 On the poor sentiment in the economy, the unions called for massive investments by the government in the infrastructure sectors "in order to stimulate the economy and to make the market look up".

 Chidambaram emphasised on the need to revive investment in manufacturing and services sector in order to create higher job opportunities, an official statement said.

 Unions called for higher government spending to create more jobs and guarantee consistent income to the people, special allocation for creation of a welfare fund for protecting interests of unorganised workers.

 Increasing the scope of MGNREGA to urban areas and raising the minimum period of employment under the UPA flagship programme from 100 days to 200 days were other demands of the unions.

 Chidambaram said due to the steps and measures taken by the government in the last few months, there seems to be a change in the investment sentiments both in public and private sectors.

 In order to curb inflationary pressure, the unions called for a ban on forward trading of commodities along with rationalisation of taxes on petroleum products.

 For mobilisation of resources the unions suggested higher taxes for the "rich and affluent".

 "A progressive taxation system should be put in place to ensure taxing the rich and the affluent sections who have the capacity to pay at a higher degree," their representation said adding that taxes on luxury goods should be increased and indirect taxes on essential commodities be reduced.

 Source:Business- Standard


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Every one must do something for the announcement of the 7th Pay Commission.


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7th CPC expected pay scales
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7th CPC expected pay scales and a brief on Previous Pay Commissions
First Pay Commission

The first pay commission was constituted in 1946 and the government appointed Srinivasa Varadacharia as Chairman of this commission. The first pay commission was based upon the idea of "living wages¯ to the employees, this idea was taken from the Islington Commission and the commission observed that "the test formulated by the Islington Commission is only to be liberally interpreted to suit the conditions of the present day and to be qualified by the condition that in no case should be a mans pay be less than a living wage.

The minimum basic pay for Class IV staff has been raised from Rs. 10/- to Rs. 30/- and for Class III from Rs. 35/- to Rs. 60/- per month.

The Commission had fixed Rs. 55/- as minimum wage (Rs. 30 plus Rs. 25 as Dearness Allowance). The recommendations were accepted and implemented in 1946.
Second Pay Commission

10 years after independence, the second pay commission was set up in August 1957. Shri Jaganath Das was appointed as Chairman of this Commission. The second pay commission finished its report within two years and submitted it to the Government. The recommendations of the second pay commission had a financial impact of Rs 396 million.The second pay commission reiterated the principle on which the salaries have to be determined. It stated that the pay structure and the working conditions of the government employee should be crafted in a way so as to ensure efficient functioning of the system by recruiting persons with a minimum qualification. The Commission revised the pay scales by merging 50% of the Dearness Allowance with basic Pay and it recommended Rs. 80 as the minimum remuneration(Basic Pay Rs. 70plus DA Rs.10/-) payable to a Government employee.

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