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Thursday, 29 June 2017

Cabinet approves hike in allowances for central govt staff from July 1

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7th Pay Commission: Cabinet approves hike in allowances for central govt staff from July 1  

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7th Pay Commission: Cabinet approves hike in allowances for central govt staff from July 1

In a move that will benefit about 50 lakh central government employees and defence personnel, the Union cabinet on Wednesday approved the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission for higher allowances, including house rent allowance (HRA).
The HRA that has been approved will be 24%, 16% and 8% of the new basic pay, depending on the type of city.
The HRA will not be less than Rs 5,400, Rs 3,600 and Rs 1,800 depending on the type of city and calculated at 30%, 20% and 10% of minimum pay Rs 18,000,” a government statement said.
The HRA revision will benefit more than 7.5 lakh employees. HRA constitutes 60% of the total allowance of a government employee’s pay.

The move could help revive demand at a time when the economy has sagged after the government’s decision last year to junk 1000-and 500-rupee bank notes that led to a severe cash crunch. A buoyed consumer sentiment could also translate into political goodwill for the ruling BJP as the party heads into another round of state elections, beginning with Gujarat by December.

The financial implication of revised allowances would be around Rs 30,748 crore per annum, the statement said.

The cabinet decision comes more than a year after the pay of central government employees was increased.

Other allowances increased

* Rates of Siachen allowance for soldiers increased from Rs 14,000 to Rs 30,000 per month and from Rs 21,000 to Rs 42,500 for officers per month for extreme risks and hardship.

* Fixed medical allowance for pensioners increased from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000 per month.

* Constant attendance allowance for those with 100% disability has been increased from Rs 4,500 to Rs 6,750 per month.

* Rate of nursing allowance increased from Rs 4,800 to Rs 7,200 per month.

* Operation theatre allowance increased from Rs 360 to Rs 540 per month.

* Hospital patient care allowance/patient care allowance increased from Rs 2,070 to Rs 4,100 per month and Rs 2,100 to Rs 5,300 per month.

Cabinet Approval on Fixed Medical Allowance & Constant Attendance Allowance
7th CPC: Cabinet Approval on Fixed Medical Allowance & Constant Attendance Allowance
10. Recommendations in respect of some important allowances paid to Pensioners

Rate of Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) for Pensioners has been increased from ₹500 per month to ₹1000 per month. This will benefit more than 5 lakh central government pensioners not availing CGHS facilities.

i. The rate of Constant Attendance Allowance granted on 100% disablement has been increased from ₹4500 per month to ₹6750 per month.

Recommendations in respect of some important allowances paid to all employees:

(i) Rate of Children Education Allowance (CEA) has been increased from ₹1500 per month / child (max. 2) to 2250 per month / child (max.2). Hostel Subsidy will also go up from ₹4500 per month to ₹6750 per month.
(ii) Existing rates of Special Allowance for Child Care for Women with Disabilities has been doubled from ₹1500 per month to 3000 per month.
(iii) Higher Qualification Incentive for Civilians has been increased from ₹2000 – ₹10000(Grant) to ₹10000 – ₹30000 (Grant)

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017

தமிழ் மாநில தேசிய சங்கத்தின் மூன்றாம் பிரிவுக்கு தேர்தல் அறிவிப்பு

தேசிய சங்கத்தின் தமிழ் மாநில மூன்றாம் பிரிவுக்கு தேர்தல் அறிவிப்பு :

கடந்த மூன்று ஆண்டுகள் நான்கு மாதங்களாக நிலவிவரும் சகோதர சண்டைகளுக்கு மத்தியில் சென்னை உயர்நீதி மன்ற உத்தரவிற்கு இணங்க நமது CPMG அவர்களால் நியமிக்கபட்ட 3 நபர் கமிட்டி தனது நீண்ட ஆலோசனைக்கு பிறகு தேசிய சங்கத்தின் தமிழ் மாநில P3 க்கு தேர்தல் அறிவிப்பு செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளது. 

அதன்படி அனைத்து பதவிகளுக்கும் 
வேட்பு மனு தாக்கல் செய்ய கடைசி தேதி : 05.07.2017 upto 17000 Hrs
வேட்பு மனுக்கள் வாபஸ் பெற  கடைசி தேதி : 10.07.2017 upto 17000 Hrs
இறுதி வேட்பாளர் பட்டியல் வெளியீடு : 11.07.2017 at 1100 Hrs

போட்டி இருப்பின் 
தேர்தல் : 22.07.2017  From 1100 Hrs to 1400 Hrs
வாக்குகள் எண்ணப்பட்டு முடிவு அறிவிப்பு : 22.07.2017 at 1500 Hrs

மொத்த Eligible Delegates எண்ணிக்கை : 49

கோட்ட வாரியாக :                                                       சென்னை நகர மண்டலம் :  14
சென்னை அயல் அஞ்சல் பிரிப்பகம் : 01                  திருவண்ணாமலை  :04
சென்னை மத்திய கோட்டம்           : 02                     சென்னை வட கோட்டம்  :02
பாண்டிச்சேரி : 03                                                           விருத்தாச்சலம்  : 02

மத்திய மண்டலம் : 11

கும்பகோணம் : 01                      தஞ்சாவூர் : 02                               மன்னார்குடி : 01
மயிலாடுதுறை :01                     பட்டுக்கோட்டை : 01              புதுக்கோட்டை : 01
திருச்சி : 03                                    ஸ்ரீரங்கம்  : 01 

தென்மண்டலம் :  16

இராமநாதபுரம்  :01                       திண்டுக்கல்  : 01                தேனி  :01
விருதுநகர் : 01                                தூத்துக்குடி :04         கன்னியாகுமரி : 02        
திருநெல்வேலி  : 01                     அம்பாசமுத்திரம் : 01
தென்காசி : 01                                  சங்கரன்கோயில் :01       கோவில்பட்டி : 01
காரைக்குடி : 01

மேற்கு மண்டலம் : 08

தர்மபுரி  : 01                             கிருஷ்ணகிரி : 01                சேலம் கிழக்கு   : 02
திருப்பூர் : 01                            பொள்ளாச்சி : 01                 நீலகிரி  : 02

7th Pay Commission: Govt employees can smile as HRA hike is confirmed

7th Pay Commission: Govt employees can smile as HRA hike is confirmed

There may be a slight delay in the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission recommendations. However the good news is that 47 lakh central government employees are set to get a major HRA hike.

The question is whether the Cabinet will take up the recommendations of the pay panel on June 28th or not. If the Cabinet is busy with the GST roll out on June 28 then it will be taken up in the next meet on the following Wednesday, highly placed sources informed OneIndia.

HRA hike confirmed: 

The government will finalise 7th pay commission allowances, including HRA later this month. National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) convenor Shiv Gopal Mishra says that the 7th Pay Commission may be finalised by the end of this month. There is a good possibility of central government officials getting higher HRA than that recommended by the pay panel.

GST or pay commission: 

Finance Ministry sources said that they are very busy with the GST roll out. Earlier there were rumours that the GST roll out would be postponed to August 1. However Finance Ministry Arun Jaitley dismissed the rumours and said that it would happen on July 1. The employee union leaders said that the Cabinet will take up the matter relating to higher allowances and HRA on June 28.

Agenda not fixed: 

The agenda for the Cabinet meeting has not yet been fixed. On the June 28 meeting, the Cabinet is likely to give preference to GST, India's biggest tax reform. Sources said that time would be made for the higher allowances and HRA as per the 7th Pay Commission. However if further discussion is needed, then the issue would be taken up in the next cabinet meeting.

Grievance reports: 

The Finance Ministry is likely to seek a report from each of the ministries on the grievances of the central government employees. In the report the respective ministries would put-forth the problems being faced by the central government employees. These would be taken into account before a final announcement is made.

Will it be a phased roll out: 

It is not clear whether the higher allowances and HRA as per the 7th Pay Commission will be rolled out in one shot or in a phased manner. The centre would take into account the burden on the exchequer. Sources said that the government does not want to delay the matter and hence is doing its best for a one time roll out. Moreover there is a concern following the IB report which states that the unrest is growing among the central government employees. The centre would not want to take chances. With the GST roll out round the corner, the centre cannot afford a mass strike by the Central Government employees.

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