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Fake Dearness Allowance Order Surfaces Online

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Announcements that have appeared on social media, proclaiming a hike in Dearness Allowance for Central Government employees, have been declared false and misleading. Also, claims that an announcement was made by the Finance Ministry on March 30 have also been stated as false.
Central Government employees are given a deadness allowance hike in Jan and July of each year. The announcement of DA as declared by the Cabinet Ministry in March and September. So, the enhanced payment of DA will be given in the March and September salary itself. And also the arrears will be given for two months.
Confirmation of the 6% DA hike for 01.01.2015 will be issued by the Ministry of Finance after getting the Cabinet’s approval only. With no approval being given until March 30, some social media carried reports on April 1 that a hike was announced by the Finance Ministry.

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Pay Commission be designated as 'Pay and Productivity Commission': 14th Finance Commission

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"We recommend the linking of pay with productivity, with a simultaneous focus on technology, skill and incentives. We recommend that Pay Commissions be designated  as 'Pay and Productivity Commissions', with a clear mandate to recommend measures to improve 'productivity of an employee', in conjunction with pay revisions.We urge that, in future, additional remuneration be linked to increase in productivity." - 14th Finance Commission

14th Finance Commission's recommendations related to Pay Commission, Salary, Pension:-
Recommendations
x. We reiterate the views of the FC-XI for a consultative mechanism between the Union and States, through a forum such as the Inter-State Council, to evolve a national policy for salaries and emoluments. (para 17.28)


xi. We recommend the linking of pay with productivity, with a simultaneous focus on technology, skill and incentives. We recommend that Pay Commissions be designated as 'Pay and Productivity Commissions', with a clear mandate to recommend measures to improve 'productivity of an employee', in conjunction with pay revisions.We urge that, in future, additional remuneration be linked to increase in productivity. (para 17.29)

xii. We urge States which have not adopted the New Pension Scheme so far to immediately consider doing so for their new recruits in order to reduce their future burden. (para 17.30)

Recommendations - Public Expenditure Management

118. We reiterate the views of the FC-XI for a consultative mechanism between the Union and States, through a forum such as the Inter-State Council, to evolve a national policy for salaries and emoluments.

119. We recommend the linking of pay with productivity, with a simultaneous focus on technology, skill and incentives. We recommend that Pay Commissions be designated as 'Pay and Productivity Commissions', with a clear mandate to recommend measures to improve 'productivity of an employee', in conjunction with pay revisions. We urge that, in future, additional remuneration be linked to increase in productivity. (para 17.29)

120. We urge States which have not adopted the New Pension Scheme so far to immediately consider doing so for their new recruits in order to reduce their future burden. (para 17.30)

14th Finance Commission's detail report related to Pay Commission, Salary, Pension:-

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Ex-Servicemen Protest for ‘One Rank One Pension

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Hundreds of ex-servicemen today staged a protest at office of District Magistrate demanding the implementation of ‘One Rank One Pension’ scheme and handed over a memorandum in the name of President and Prime Minister of India.
President of ex-servicemen welfare samiti BC Bansal said that PM Narendra Modi had promised implement ion of the scheme during his election campaign.
BJP government has now forgotten its promise made to the ex-servicemen after coming to power, he said.
Brigadier (retired) VS Chaudhary said that BJP has ditched the retired soldiers and in the memorandum demanded for the establishment of a ‘National Soldier Commission’ to look after the welfare and resolve the grievances of retired soldiers

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Payment of arrears of Pension to pre 1.1.2006 retirees for the period from 1.1.2006 to 23.09.2012

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Retired JWO in Air Force seeks to re-fix his pension

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The pension payable to ex-servicemen should be calculated on the basis of the rank they held last before retiring from service even if it was held for a day and more for months as perceived, the Regional Bench of the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) in Chennai has reiterated.
Justice V. Periya Karuppiah and administrative member Lt. Gen. K. Surendra Nath (Retd.) of the Bench also held that all ex-servicemen were entitled to their pension on the basis of their rank last held and not just for pensioners, who retired before 1996.
Citing recommendations made by the Sixth Central Pay Commission and an order by the Ministry of Defence, the Bench said, “We have already observed that the requirement of 10 months’ service in the last held rank or Group to earn pension of that rank or Group has been removed and it is sufficient for a personnel of Armed Forces to hold the post even for one day at the time of his discharge to earn pension for that rank.”
When the benefits conferred upon the Armed Forces personnel on the changed policies have been laid, “it ought to have been issued by the respondents without any request from the applicant,” they said in a recent order.
Arrears sought
P. Gopalakrishnan, who retired as Junior Warrant Officer (JWO) in the Indian Air Force, applied for an appeal seeking the AFT to direct authorities to re-fix his pension in his last held rank as JWO in X Group from the date of his discharge in 2005 and sought for payment of arrears.
After hearing arguments from both sides, the Bench directed the authorities to issue corrigendum for the restructured pension in the rank of JWO and to pay the arrears of revised pensions within three months.
Authorities told to issue corrigendum for restructured pension

SOI-  The Voice of pensioners.

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