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Posted under News on 14 Jul,16 4:51p.m.
The government is likely to implement soon the new pay structure for central government employees excluding allowances, the compensatory perks for all employees.The the finance ministry officials said the Cabinet decided to constitute a Committee headed by Finance Secretary for further examination of the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission on allowances including HRA, transport allowance.The Com....
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Posted under News on 12 Jul,16 10:54p.m.
The Supreme Court today issued notice to the Central government in a petitionRam Jeth filed by the Indian Ex-Servicemen Movement seeking a declaration that non-implementation of the ‘One rank one pension scheme’ violates Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution.The matter was heard by a Bench of Justices Dipak Misra and C Nagappan. Senior Advocate Ram Jethmalani appeared for the petitioner.The petit....
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Posted under News on 10 Jul,16 3:58p.m.
The central government employees' unions are trying to douse all speculation and rumours whether the 7th Pay Commission will be implemented or not, saying that notification towards implementation of the Pay Commission will be issued early next week.The government's flip flop in accepting the employees demand and further setting up a high level committee to look into their demands, has created conf....
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Posted under News on 10 Jul,16 3:55p.m.
With central government employees rebutting the 7th Pay Commission's recommendations and demanding modifications in the entry level pay and fitment factor, the government on July 6 announced the high level committee to look into the demand of the government employees.As per media reports, the government may not be able to meet the demand of Rs 26,000 as the minimum salary demanded by the unions, b....
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Posted under News on 09 Jul,16 7:49p.m.
The Central Government on Wednesday had assured unions to look into the issues raised by them, following the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations, following which, the strike originally planned for 11th July have been deferred. The government is likely to appoint a High-level committee to look into the implementation of 7th Pay Commission recommendations, which was approved ....
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Posted under News on 07 Jul,16 10:27p.m.
Central government employees’ unions on Wednesday decided to defer a planned strike aimed at pressing demands for minimum pay higher than the levels suggested by the Seventh Pay Commission. The unions had planned to start the indefinite strike on 11 July.The decision came after the central government formally communicated to the unions that a high-level committee would consider their demand for mi....
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Posted under News on 02 Jul,16 12:13a.m.
Under pressure from the unions, the government has indicated that it may increase the minimum monthly pay of central government employees beyond the Rs.18,000 suggested by the Seventh Pay Commission, seeking to defuse a strike threat.The assurance has divided several government unions on whether to go ahead with the indefinite strike starting 11 July.Three cabinet ministers—finance minister Arun J....
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Posted under News on 01 Jul,16 8:52p.m.
NJCA representatives comprising of Shri Shiva Gopal Mishra, Convener NJCA (AIRF), Shri M. Raghavaiah, Chairman NJCA (NFIR,) Shri K. K. N, Kutty Member NJCA (Confederation) and Shri C. Srikumar, Member NJCA (AIDEF) today met Cabinet Ministers - Home Minster Shri Rajnath Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley, Railway Minister Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu and MoS Railway Shri Manoj Sinha our Charter of....
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