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Request to re-fixation of pay of Ex-Servicemen re-employed in EPFO

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Indian Military Veterans

(Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India)
Head Office
Bhavishya Nidhi Bhawan, 14-Bhikaiji Cama Place, New Delhi-110 066

No. HRM/IV/5(1)2009/EX-SM/22827
Dated: 09 FEB 2016

To
The All. Addl. Central PF Commissioner,
(Zonal offices)
All Regional PF Commissioner,
Officer-In-Charge of Regional office.


Sub: Request to re-fixation of pay of Ex-Servicemen re-employed in EPFO- regarding. 

Sir,
This office has received various representations from Ex-Servicemen re-employed in EPFO on the subject mentioned above. They have highlighted some Regional offices have made the fixation of pay in r/o Ex-Servicemen re-employed in EPFO in accordance with DOPT OM No. 3/19/2009-Estt (Pay-II) dated 05/04/2010 and the ex-servicemen of some other Regional offices have been deprived of the benefits of the pay fixation.

2. It is stated that the Head office has made a reference to the Govt. of India for clarification vide Head office letter No. HRM~IV/5(1)2009/Ex-SM/3369 dated 28/12/15 

3. It is, therefore, requested to clarify whether the above instructions have been implemented, if yes, please furnish the information and details of such cases where by fixation have been done without the concurrence of Head office.

Yours faithfully,

sd/-
(SAN JAY BISHT)
REGIONAL P.F. COMMISSIONER-I(HRM)

Source: http://epfindia.gov.in/site_docs/PDFs/Circulars/Y2015-2016/HRM4_PayExServiceReEmploy_22827.pdf


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Full Pension for Pre-2006 Pensioners with 20 Years of Service – Govt agrees for implementing orders of CAT within one month

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Indian Military Veterans
Full Pension of Pre-2006 pensionersPre-2006 Pensioners with less than 33 years of service are vehemently fighting for payment of full pension since 6th Pay Commission has allowed full pension for Central Government Employees with 20 years of service above, who retires after 2006. Many pre-2006 pensioners had sought legal remedy in this issue.
In one of such cases, Government has agreed to implement the judgement of the CAT within one month for grant of full Pension to Pre 2006 Pensioners who retired after 10 years of service on superannuation or 20 years of service on Voluntary retirement or absorption in PSU. This commitment was given by the Government Advocate in CAT PB New Delhi during the hearing of the Contemptof Court Case filed by Shri Pratap Narayan & others -vs – Union of India.

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KV SCHOOL ADMISSION SCHEDULE FOR 2016 - 17

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Indian Military Veterans


KV SCHOOL ADMISSION SCHEDULE FOR 2016 - 17

SCHEDULE FOR ADMISSION

The Admission Schedule for the Session 2016-17 will be as under:-

Subject to availability of vacancies in a particular class.

List of children registered, list of eligible children, category-wise list of provisionally selected children, waiting list and subsequent lists to be compulsorily displayed on the web-site of the Kendriya Vidyalayas concerned, in addition to display on School’s  Notice Board.

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Seventh Pay Commission: Govt To Raise Minimum Pay

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New Delhi: Government plans to raise the minimum pay of central government employees from Rs 18,000, which was recommended by Seventh Pay Commission, a Finance Ministry official said.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said earlier that he was not worried about implementaion of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said earlier that he was not worried about implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations.
The Finance Ministry official has given strong indications on condition of anonymity that the minimum pay recommended Seventh Pay Commission is likely to be increased as soon as next fiscal as the members of the Empowered Committee of Secretaries are ready to process the review of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations for hike the minimum pay.
The official said government wants to see the minimum pay increased “progressively” in the coming fiscal as the economy improves and there is an “inevitability” about pay increase demands as the economy improves.
He said that the current pay panel recommended minimum pay to Rs 18,000 per month from Rs 7,000, while the maximum pay has been recommended Rs 2.5 lakh per month from current Rs 90,000. It’s made a width pay gap discrimination between employees and higher officers from existing 1:12 to 1: 13.8.
Every pay commission made up pay gap between employees and higher officers from second Pay Commission 1:41 ratio to Sixth pay commission 1:12. It reveals that the Seventh Pay Commission has not been properly reviewed the pay gap between minimum and maximum pay.
The Empowered Committee of Secretaries (CoS) for processing the report of the Seventh Central Pay Commission has been consisted of thirteen secretaries headed by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha with experience of working with low-paid government employees, like experience of government employees’ interests and experience of labour market economics and employment law.
The official said he envisages the Secretaries Committee meeting for the first time in March or April after receiving feedback from employees’ association through the Implementation Cell of the Pay Commission, which has been created in the Finance Ministry to work as the Secretariat of the Committee.
He anticipates that Secretaries Committee’s recommendations will be implemented “very soon after that”.
The PMO has also directed the Empowered Committee of Secretaries to prepare the report on Pay Commission soon, he added.
Another official in the Finance Ministry, insisted that an Empowered Committee of Secretaries (CoS) for processing the report of Pay Commission, which is formed after every pay commission report to examine the report very closely and said its success is based on government usually implementing its recommendations.
The Seventh Pay Commission headed by Justice A K Mathur presented its report to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in November with the recommendations for 14.27 per cent increase in basic pay, the overall increase in salary, allowances and pensions is 23.55%. The increase in allowances will be higher by 63% while pensions will rise 24%.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said earlier that he was not worried about fiscal deficit and government would be able to meet its target despite additional outgo on account of higher pay.
He had admitted however that the impact of implementing the recommendations, which will result in an additional annual burden of Rs 1.02 lakh crore on exchequer, would last for two to three years.
TST

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