The Interest rates for Deposits is again lowered by 0.1% from 1st July 17

ஜூலை முதல் வட்டி விகிதம் மீண்டும் 0.1% குறைப்பு

Saturday, 8 April 2017

நாங்க சொல்லல..........ஊர்ல பேசிகிறாங்க..........

நேற்று வெளிவந்த தொழிலாளர் முன்னேற்ற சங்க சுற்றறிக்கையில் சில ஊழியர்களின் நிலைப்பாடை சாதி சார்ந்து சொன்னதை கண்டித்து (ஏ)மாற்று சங்கத்தின் சார்பில் கோட்ட நிர்வாகத்திடம் அளிக்கபட்ட புகார் கடிதத்தில்  தமது சாதிக்காரர் பெயரை மட்டும் வசதியாக மறந்து விட்ட (ஏ)மாற்று சங்கத்தின் செயலர் அவர்களில் சாதிப்பற்றை 
நாங்க சொல்லல....................                                               ஊர்ல பேசிகிறாங்க..........

7th Pay Commission : Committee on Allowances to Submit Report Within a Week

7th Pay Commission : Committee on Allowances to Submit Report Within a Week
Allowance Committee Report within a week - Conclusive Meeting of the Committee on Allowances held on 06.04.2017
Shiva Gopal Mishra
Ph.: 23382286
National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
For Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi — 110001
E Mail :
Dated: April 7, 2017
All Constituents of NC/JCM(Staff Side),
Dear Comrades! 
Sub: Conclusive meeting of the Committee on Allowances
As you are aware, conclusive meeting of the Committee on Allowances was held yesterday, i.e. on 6th April, 2017. We hope that, report of the said committee will be submitted to the Cabinet within a week’s time.
This is for your information.
Comradely yours,
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)

GDS களுக்கான DA உத்திரவு வெளியீடு

DA Order from Jan 2017 to GDS


ஓய்வூதியதாரர்களுக்கான DA உத்திரவு வெளியீடு

7th CPC Dearness Relief for pensioners

Delay In 7th CPC HRA in view of RBI Monetary Policy Report?

Is RBI’s Monetary Policy is concerned with 7th CPC House Rent Allowances hike? Yesterday RBI has issued its First Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement for 2017-18. Paramnews has analysed this report in view of early approval of allowances committee.

 Delay In 7th CPC HRA in View Of RBI First Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Report?
Central Government Employees are eagerly waiting for a hike in allowances as per 7th Pay Commission. The 7th Pay Commission recommended the rates at which HRA is to be paid to 24 per cent, 16 per cent and 8 per cent respectively for Class X, Y and Z cities and towns respectively of new Basic pay (pay in the pay band plus grade pay multiplying by the fitment factor of 2.57). The existing rates of HRA for these cities and towns were 30 per cent, 20 per cent and 10 per cent of Basic pay (pay in the pay band plus grade pay) respectively. 

Simplification of procedure for payment of CGEGIS dues

Simplification of procedure for payment of Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme (CGEGIS) dues


தபால்காரர் தேர்வில் நடந்த முறைகேடுகளுக்கு விசாரணை கோரி PJCA மனு

Suspected irregularities in declaration of postman Direct Recruitment - TN Circle 

The ratio of male and female employees in the Government Service

(TO BE ANSWERED ON 05.04.2017)
Will the PRIME MINISTER be pleased to state:
(a) the number of female employees in Government Service in rural and urban areas; and
(b) the ratio of male and female employees in the service?ANSWER
Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office. (DR. JITENDRA SINGH)
(a) & (b): No data is maintained centrally regarding the number of female/male employees in Government service in rural & urban areas as sought in the question.
However, as per the Census of Central Government employees brought out by Directorate General of Employment & Training, Ministry of Labour, a total number of employees in various Central Ministries/ Departments was 30,87,278 out of which 3,37,439 employees were women as on March 2011. The ratio between men and women employees works out to be 9.15:1 as per the above Census. The publication of the report on the Census of Central Government employees has since been discontinued from 2011.


Thursday, 6 April 2017

Declaration of Holiday on 14th April,

Declaration of Holiday on 14th April, 2017- Birthday of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar - Click here to view

FNPO Appeal to Dept on MACP case

FNPO's appeal to grant MACP to all eligible officials/retirees without any difference in accordance with SLP 4848/2016 dt 16-08-2016 - Click here to view


Woman Post Offices across the Country:

Proposal to open Woman Post Offices across the Country : Reply of the Government in Lok Sabha

Final Meeting of Allowance Committee on today.

Final Meeting of Allowance Committee on 6.4.2017 
It has been informed by the Secretary, Staff Side(JCM), Com. S.G.Mishra, that, meeting of the Committee on Allowances will be held on 06.04.2017.
Probably this may the conclusive meeting.
As all of you are aware that, after 28th March 2018, lots of efforts have been made by the Secretary, Staff Side(JCM), to pursue the Government of India regarding resolution of long-pending demands of the CGEs with the Cabinet Secretary, Hon’ble MR and various Secretaries of the Government of India, Members of various committees.

Source: AIRF

7th Pay Commission –

The allowance committee examining the 7th pay commission recommendations is likely to hold meeting tomorrow the 6th of April, a top employee union official said. Earlier, the committee is likely to finalise its views on HRA or house rent allowance at its next meeting, news agency Press Trust of India had earlier reported. Union officials are also hoping that after this meeting, the allowance panel on 7th pay commission may submit its report. The allowance committee had at its meeting on March 28 had sought comments from the ministries of defence, railways and posts on treatment of 14 allowances, the report said.

The 7th Pay Commission had recommended that HRA be paid at the rate of 24 per cent, 16 per cent and 8 per cent of the new basic pay, depending on type of cities. The 7th Pay Commission had also recommended that the rate of HRA be revised to 27 per cent, 18 per cent and 9 per cent, respectively when DA crosses 50 per cent, and further revised to 30 per cent, 20 per cent and 10 per cent when DA crosses 100 per cent.

With regard to allowances, employee unions have demanded HRA (house rent allowance) at the rate of 30 per cent, 20 per cent and 10 per cent. The Seventh Pay Commission had recommended that HRA be paid at the rate of 24 per cent, 16 per cent and 8 per cent of the new basic pay, depending on type of cities.

The government had in June accepted the recommendation of Justice AK Mathur-headed Seventh Pay Commission in respect of the hike in basic pay and pension. But the 7th pay commission’s recommendations relating to allowances were referred to the Ashok Lavasa committee. The Seventh Pay Commission had examined a total of 196 existing allowances and recommended abolition of 51 allowances and subsuming of 37 allowances.

Minister of State for Finance Arjun Ram Meghwal on March 24 again clarified that the allowance committee related to 7th pay commission is yet to submit its report. The minister added that the allowance committee is now in the process of finalising its report. The minister also explained why the allowance committee has taken more time to finalise its report. The allowance committee related to 7th pay commission awards “has taken more time than was initially prescribed in view of large number of demands received,” he clarified.

“The committee has received a large number of demands on allowances and even now receives demands in this regards. All the demands have been diligently examined,” the minister said.

Source: NDTV

Fake rent receipt won't help you lower tax burden anymore.

For as long as anyone can remember, producing fake property rent receipt, often from parents and relatives, has been an easy way to lower tax burden. Such cavalier disregard for tax rule was overlooked by most employers as well as taxman, who possibly felt it was a minor transgression. Perhaps, not anymore. 

The income tax department now has good reason to insist on proof from the tax payer showing that he is indeed a genuine tenant, staying in the property in question. 

A salaried employee receiving 'house rent allowance' from the employer could escape paying tax on at least 60% of this amount by generating sham rent receipt.
However, according to a recent tribunal ruling, the assessing officer can now demand proof — such as leave and licence agreement, letter to the housing co-operative society informing about the tenancy, electricity bill, water bill etc. — in allowing a lower taxable income as computed by a salaried employee. 

"The ITAT (Income Tax Appellate Tribunal) ruling has now laid down the criteria for the assessing officer to consider the claim of a salaried employee and if necessary question its justification. This will put the onus on the salaried class to follow the rules in availing the tax rebate," said Dilip Lakhani, senior tax advisor, Deloitte Haskins & Sells LLP.

Understandably, none of the required documents are available with salaried employees submitting fake rent receipts. There may not be any actual rent outflow from the person as he may be staying in his family home and collecting a receipt signed by his father. Even if a person is a genuine tenant, the amount mentioned in the receipt may be more than what's paid. This will not pose a problem if the person receiving the rent is outside the tax net. There are several instances where a person may be staying separately but claiming to pay rent to a relative owning another property in the same city; or, one of member of the family claiming a loan repayment deduction while another submitting a false rent receipt to evade tax. 

Given the widespread practice of paying tax on only a small slice of HRA, it's unclear how far tax officials would go in questioning such claims and pinning down salaried employees. 

However, ITAT Mumbai's decision to strike down the HRA exemption claim of a salaried individual for rent paid to her mother could set a precedent. "Technology and stricter reporting system may make it easier for the (income tax) department. For instance, there was a time when many never bothered to pay tax on interest earned from bank fixed deposits. Today, it’s almost impossible. In case of HRA exemption, the assessing officer may crosscheck whether the address mentioned in the ITR form is the same as the property on which rent is paid," said a tax officer. 

The Tribunal ruling comes a few months after the government's decision to cap the loss on property bought with borrowed money. Till now, a person paying an interest of, say, Rs 3 lakh on a loan (he took to buy the property) and earning Rs 1.2 lakh as rent could show the difference of Rs 1.8 lakh as 'loss' and set it off against salary income to pay lower tax. 

In the last Union budget it was laid down that such losses for an individual tax payer cannot exceed Rs 2 lakh.

Source:-The Economic Times

Married Women Employees can opt their parents as her dependents for CGHS, LTC etc

ANSWERED ON 30.03.2017 3280 Shri Narayan Lal Panchariya
Will the Minister of PERSONNEL,PUBLIC GRIEVANCES AND PENSIONS be pleased to satate :-
(a) whether, a married woman employee can show her own parents as her dependents under the service rules applicable to Central Government employees;
(b) if so, under what conditions;
(c) if not, the rationale therefor;
(d) whether Government has taken any action to make the aforesaid service rules gender neutral both in letter and spirit; and
(e) if so, the details thereof and if not, the reasons therefor?
Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office. (DR. JITENDRA SINGH)
(a) to (e): The service rules of the Government employees have been framed keeping in view their contextual purpose and with a view to make them gender neutral.
As per Rule 50 of Central Civil Services (CCS)(Pension) Rules, 1972, father and mother of a Government employee (which includes a female Government employee) come within the definition of family. For the purpose of gratuity, there is no condition of dependency or inclusion in family.
In respect of General Provident Fund (GPF) Rule, female employees can nominate their parents for the benefits of GPF. There is no dependency criterion for nominating parents for the benefits of GPF.
Under Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) Rules, married women employees have the option either to opt their dependent parents or dependent parents-in-law for CGHS facilities.
As per All India Services (AIS) {Medical Attendance (MA) Rules}, ‘family’ definition includes the name of parents wholly dependent upon the member of service and normally residing with such member.
As per CCS {Leave Travel Concession (LTC)} Rules, ‘family’ definition includes parents or step parents wholly dependent on the Government servant irrespective of whether they are residing with the Government servant or not.
As per CCS(Conduct Rules), “Members of family” in relation to a Government servant include the wife or husband, son or daughter, parents, brothers or sisters or any person related to any of them by blood or marriage, whether they are dependent on the Government servant or not.
As per AIS (Conduct) Rules, any person related, whether by blood or marriage, to such member or to his or her wife or husband, as the case may be, and wholly dependent on such member is treated as member of family.


Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Dearness Allowance-Department of Posts Order

Dearness Allowance-Department of Posts Order

Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) as aimed at “inciting more attacks on RTI activists"

New Delhi: Right to Information (RTI) activists and researchers have taken exception to some of the proposed changes to the Right to Information Rules 2017.
One activist described the changes suggested by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) as aimed at “inciting more attacks on RTI activists” and “far from the NDA’s digital revolution idea”.

The reactions are coming in thick and fast after the DoPT put up the proposed changes on its website, inviting comments from public Venkatesh Nayak, programme coordinator, Access to Information Programme, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, told News18 that the proposed clause in the rules which specifies withdrawal and abatement of appeals in case of death of an applicant is nothing short of a ‘death sentence’.

“In 2011, the DoPT had proposed a similar provision that was vehemently opposed by the civil society. Both measures were eventually dropped after civil rights activists highlighted media reports of murder attempts on RTI applicants who sought information in public interest. In 2017, there have been more than 375 recorded instances of attacks on citizens who sought information to expose corruption and wrongdoing in various public authorities. Of these, 56 are murders, at least 157 cases of physical assault and more than 160 cases of harassment and threats some of which have resulted in death by suicide,” said Nayak.
Dr. Anand Rai, RTI activist and the Vyapam scam whistleblower, opposed the clause, saying it would cause uncertainty among RTI applicants.
“This could prove very dangerous because people who do not want specific disclosures to be made can just get the applicant killed or murdered. Even the proposal to charge Re1 as postal fee is unreasonable,” said Rai.
Nayak also pointed out that the rules were a far cry from the NDA government’s push for digital revolution.
Draft Rule 4 continues to prescribe fees for providing information in the form of 'diskettes and floppies'. According to Nayak, “Both forms of electronic storage have become outdated.”
“The DoPT is directly under the Prime Minister who is pushing India towards the digital age in the TINA mode (There Is No Alternative mode) without ascertaining whether people want it, and if there is adequate infrastructure and awareness for such an initiative. It must discard floppies and diskettes and adopt more modern methods of information storage,” said Nayak.

The other controversial clause in the proposed rules is the one which now allows the Central Information Commission (CIC) to convert a complaint into a second appeal, meaning it can order the disclosure of information to an applicant who has come under complaint clause of the RTI Act which was not the case earlier.

However, both Nayak and Rai seem to differ on the applicability of this provision. Although Rai feels that this proposition would now mend pendency and also expedite the process of filing a second appeal, Nayak said that appeals and complaints mechanism is being turned into complicated legal procedures.

“Instead, the Rule should specify that a copy of the complaint/appeal should be transmitted to the public authority concerned simultaneously or after submission to the CIC with proof to be shown at the time of hearing,” said Nayak.
RTI activists have also taken note of the positive developments in the draft rules.
Nayak told News18 that although “60-65% of the rules should be re-drafted”, there were indeed some merit in the new rules.
“For instance, there is a provision for dealing with non-compliance of the orders and directives of the Central Information Commission. Besides, non-compliance cases can be posted before a larger bench of CIG too. The rule, which makes it mandatory for the public authority to serve an advance copy of its counter to an appeal or complaint on the appellant/complainant, is also a positive development,” said Nayak

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Clears Proposal to Introduce Rs 200 Notes

The Board of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has cleared a proposal to introduce banknotes of Rs200 denomination, two people aware of the development said.
The decision was taken at the RBI board meeting in March, these people said. They didn’t want to be identified as they aren’t authorised to speak to the media.
The decision was taken at the RBI board meeting in March, these people said. They didn’t want to be identified as they aren’t authorised to speak to the media.
The process of printing the new Rs 200 notes is likely to begin after June, once the government officially approves this new denomination, said one of the two people cited earlier.
An RBI spokesperson declined to comment.
The move to introduce lower denomination 200 rupee by the RBI notes comes against the backdrop of the government’s move to rework the currency mix.
On 8 November, it announced the withdrawal of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes, amounting to around 86% of currency in circulation of Rs 17.9 trillion.
Since then, RBI has replaced these with the new Rs 2,000 and redesigned Rs 500 bank notes. As on 24 March, currency in circulation was Rs 13.12 trillion, still around 27% off pre-demonetization levels. The government is encouraging digital payments and may not increase currency in circulation to the pre-demonetization level.
On 13 March, RBI lifted all cash withdrawal caps. ATM operators, however, say that there is a paucity of lower denomination banknotes.
So far, the central bank has not revealed how many of the old currency notes it has got back from the public. The window for Indians who were out of the country between 8 November and 30 December ended on Friday.
The RBI board has 14 members. Apart from governor Urjit Patel and four deputy governors, the board also has economic affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das and financial services secretary Anjuly Chib Duggal.
Source: HT

New Income Tax Rules on Home Loan Come into Effect – Details Here

The government has changed income tax rules that could increase the tax outgo of those who have taken a home loan for a property that has been rented out. The amount that could be set off on home loans for rented property has been reduced.
Earlier, in case of rented property, the loss from house property – which is basically the interest paid on home loan minus rental income – was allowed to be adjusted from income without any limit.
This helped significantly reduce tax liability. Now the limit that can set off against the loss from rented house property has been restricted to Rs. 2 lakh per annum. This came into effect from April 1, 2017 (assessment year 2018-19).
However, on rented properties, the interest paid above Rs. 2 lakh can be carried forward for eight assessment years. Since the interest component of home loan repaid in initial years is higher, experts say that the borrower may not be able to fully adjust the interest paid as deduction even in subsequent years.
For example, your interest outgo on a second property is Rs. 5 lakh in a particular year. Assume that you are earning a rent of Rs. 1.5 lakh annually from the property. Such buyers, as per the current rules, are allowed to adjust the difference of Rs. 3.5 lakh (Rs. 5 lakh interest minus Rs. 1.5 lakh). But from the next financial year, they will be allowed deduction of just Rs. 2 lakh. The remaining amount of Rs. 1.5 lakh (Rs. 3.5 lakh minus Rs. 2 lakh) can be carried forward up to eight financial years and be adjusted later.
Tax experts say that some high net worth individuals – who used to buy properties on loan and were able to set off the full interest liability against the lettable value of property and thus bring down their tax liability substantially – would be particularly hit from this new tax rule.
Note: Income tax rules say that those who own more than one property can only treat one of them as self-occupied and the rest have to be assumed to be rented. Income tax has to be paid on notional rent.
From April another tax rule related to the properties will also change. The new tax rule will help bring down tax liability from property sale. The holding period of a property for qualifying under long-term gains will get reduced to two years, from three years currently.
As per current tax norms, if a property is sold within three years of buying, the profit from the transaction is treated as short-term capital gain and is taxed according to the slab rate applicable to him/her. So reducing this time period to two years will bring down tax liability.
Thus, after two years, the transaction will be able to qualify for long-term capital gains, thus lower taxes. Under long-term capital gains on immovable properties, the profit is taxed at 20 per after indexation. Under indexation, inflation during the holding period is taken into account and thus the purchase price is adjusted, reducing the tax burden on the property seller.
There are also other benefits for the seller under the long-term capital gains tax. If the gains are invested in some select government investment schemes, the tax liability goes down significantly.
Source: Profit NDTV

Salary Income Tax – Govt introduces one page ITR-1 Return

Salary Income Tax – CBDT introduces new Income Tax Return Forms for AY 2017-18 – Introduces one page simplified ITR Form-1(Sahaj)

The Central Board of Direct Taxes has notified Income-tax Return Forms (ITR Forms) for the Assessment Year 2017-18. One of the major reforms made in the notified ITR Forms is the designing of a one page simplified ITR Form-1(Sahaj). This ITR Form-1(Sahaj) can be filed by an individual having income upto Rs.50 lakh and who is receiving income from salary one house property / other income (interest etc.) . Various parts of ITR Form-1 (Sahaj) viz. parts relating to tax computation and deductions have been rationalised and simplified for easy compliance. This will reduce the compliance burden to a significant extent on the individual tax payer. This initiative will benefit more than two crore tax-payers who will be eligible to file their return of income in this simplified Form.

Simultaneously, the number of ITR Forms have been reduced from the existing nine to seven forms. The existing ITR Forms ITR-2, ITR-2A and ITR-3 have been rationalized and a single ITR-2 has been notified in place of these three forms. Consequently, ITR-4 and ITR-4S (Sugam) have been renumbered as ITR-3 and ITR-4 (Sugam) respectively.

There is no change in the manner of filing of ITR Forms as compared to last year. All these ITR Forms are to be filed electronically. However, where return is furnished in ITR-1 (Sahaj) or ITR-4 (Sugam), the following persons have an option to file return in paper form:-

(i) an individual of the age of 80 years or more at any time during the previous year; or

(ii) an individual or HUF whose income does not exceed five lakh rupees and who has not claimed any refund in the return of income,

The notified ITR Forms are available on the department’s official website

Unification of R-net and Parcelnet websites.

Unification of R-net and Parcelnet websites.


Internship with DOP



Post info v1.6 - Official India Post Android Application Released by CEPT

CEPT Releases it Next version Android Application of PostInfo an India Post Official Android Application to the Customers and Official to access all the information in India Post.

The PostInfo v1.6 was released by CEPT on 04.04.2017 which is now available in Google Play Store. you can update to the newer if you already installed in your mobile or Install freshly from Google Play Store.
Click on link to download

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Whether full fares charged under the Dynamic scheme of Railways is reimbursable under LTC

Whether full fares charged under the Dynamic scheme of Railways is reimbursable under LTC? 


Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Definition of Anomaly

Definition of Anomaly

Monday, 3 April 2017

7th Pay Commission – NJCA Leader demands arrears on Higher Allowances from January 2016 till date of implementation

In a meeting with Cabinet Secretary, NJCA convenor Shiv Gopal Mishra also raised the issue of HRA (House Rent Allowance) and National Pension Scheme (NPS).
New Delhi, April 2: Almost 10 months have been passed after Narendra Modi government accepted the recommendations made by the 7th Pay Commission but the decision on minimum wage and Higher Allowances are still in the pipeline. The Committee on Higher Allowances which is dilly-dallying on taking a final call on arrears and Higher Allowances has upset a large number of central government employees who are eagerly waiting for money. The National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) – a centralised union of several central government employees unions – has been vocal for raising the issues related to minimum wages, arrears on higher allowances, HRA (House Rent Allowance), National Pension Scheme and much more. Shiv Gopal Mishra the NJCA convenor who recently met with the Cabinet Secretary who is looking into the anomalies of 7th pay Commission had made it clear that the central government employees who are eagerly waiting for their hiked salaries are also expecting arrears on higher allowances from January 2016 till the date when 7th Pay Commission is implemented.
“I have met the Cabinet Secretary on March 28 and have submitted our demands. In which the NJCA have clearly mentioned that whenever there is an implementation of 7th Pay Commission the government has to pay higher allowances effective from January 2016. If the government fails to do so then we will object it in an organised manner,” Shiv Gopal Mishra said to However, Shiv Gopal Mishra who has been actively raising several issues denied of carrying out any agitation if their demands are not met.
While implementing the recommendations made by 7th Pay Commission, the Union Government had promised to pay hiked salaries with arrears effective from January 2016 but the Cabinet had not taken any call on higher allowances, whether it will be paid from the date of implementation or January 2016.
During the meeting, the Cabinet Secretary has also given a hint to Shiv Gopal Mishra that there are chances that the decision of implementation of 7th Pay Commission and higher allowances might be taken after MCD polls in Delhi is over. Some reports suggest that by a delay in higher allowances the government had already saved more than Rs 100 crores and if the committee takes more time than there are chances that these employees unions may call for a strike.
More than 56 lakh central government employees and 46 lakh pensioners have been eagerly waiting for the implementation of 7th Pay Commission. After the Union Government had increased the minimum wage from Rs 7,000 to Rs 16,000 per months the NJCA had recommended minimum wage to be hiked to Rs 25,000 per month. For raising this issue several NJCA members and its convenor Shiv Gopal Mishra also met three Union Minister’s – Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley, Suresh Prabhu – and they assured that their demands will be met.
In a meeting with Cabinet Secretary, Shiv Gopal Mishra also raised the issue of HRA (House Rent Allowance) and National Pension Scheme (NPS). Mishra said that the HRA must be based on an old formula and transport allowance must be calculated according to inflation. The NJCA also demanded that Children allowance must be kept at least Rs 3,000, medical allowance must be kept Rs 2,000 for central government employees.
Source:- India.Com

Restriction on cash receipt of Rs.2 Lakh or more w.e.f 01.04.2017 Shall not apply to Post Office Savings Bank

Restriction on cash receipt of Rs.2 Lakh or more w.e.f 01.04.2017 Shall not apply to Post Office Savings Bank
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25th NUGDS Tamil Nadu Circle Conference

25th NUGDS Tamil Nadu circle  conference held at Pondicherry on 02/04/2017. 
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பிறந்தநாள் வாழ்த்து

இன்று (03.04.2017) பிறந்தநாள் காணும் நமது நெல்லை கோட்ட செயலாளர் 
திருமதி.M.சூரியகலா அவர்கள் வாழ்வில் வளம் பல பெற்று பல்லாண்டு வாழ வாழ்த்துகிறோம்.
தேசிய சங்கம் 

Sunday, 2 April 2017

விரைவு பெறுகிறது கேடர் மறுசீரமைப்பு.

விரைவு பெறுகிறதா  கேடர் மறுசீரமைப்பு  
கடந்த சில மாதங்களுக்கு முன்பு வெளியிடப்பட்ட Circle Draft Gradation Listல் இருந்து அனைவரின் சர்வீஸ் புத்தகங்களும் மாநில அலுவலகத்தால் கேட்கபட்டுள்ளன .
விரைவில்  பதவி உயர்வுகள் பட்டியல் வெளியாகும் என தகவல்.
(அகில இந்திய சங்கங்களின் கோரிக்கைகள் என்ன ஆனது  ?
யாரை ஏமாற்ற அகில இந்திய சங்கங்கள் Memorandum கொடுக்கபட்டது  senior யா ?  junior யா ? .
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Implementation of 7th CPC Recommendation – Fixation of pay on promotion/up gradation after 01.01.2016

Implementation of 7th CPC Recommendation – Fixation of pay on promotion/up gradation after 01.01.2016


MCD elections may result in some delay to the publication of Committee on Allowances says Cabinet Secretary

Cabinet Secretary expressed his apprehension that, MCD elections may result in some delay to the publication of Committee on Allowances. Brief of the meeting held with the Cabinet Secretary
 I met the Cabinet Secretary on 28th March, 2017 and shown anguish about the inordinate delay in resolution of long-pending demands of the Central Government Employees, and subsequently handed him over a letter on the subject matter on the next day.
The Cabinet Secretary given us assurance that, he is already pursuing these issues, and though there had been some delay in finalization of the allowances, report of the Committee on Pension has already been submitted to the Cabinet, NPS Committee is already on its job and we would try to resolve the pending issues within a short period.
He also expressed his apprehension that, MCD elections may result in some delay, but at the same time, he assured that, as soon as he gets report of the Committee on Allowances, that will immediately be forwarded to the Cabinet, and after approval of the Cabinet, if need be, we would take necessary permission from the Election Commission.

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Comradely yours
Shiva Gopal Mishra

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