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Making India without labour laws and rights! It is Full SCALE War as it in COMPLETE HIRE and Fire in an era of Total PRIVATIZATION.It is Making in!Get ready for SACRIFICE! Jo kama le vah ban gaya baki chale jayenge Baster ke advasiyo ke sath marne!Says the best news person I have seen ,Amit Prakash Singh! Productivity linked wage means freedom of retrenchment as it is really.Only thing we could not confirm is that government of India plans to sack anyone at First April,2016 as soon as the seventh pay commission is implemented if the employee is fifty years old and quite odd in the system. It is going to happen!. We have seen VRS! We have seen DISINVESTMENT! We have seen SELL OFF Outright! We Have seen Shutters Down! Employees and Trade Unions concentrated only on Payscales and Allowances! No problems,whoever survives,would enjoy seven star life.but for others it is doom`s day! Palash Biswas

Making India without labour laws and rights!

It is Full SCALE War as it in COMPLETE HIRE and Fire in an era of Total PRIVATIZATION.It is Making in!Get ready for SACRIFICE!

Jo kama le vah ban gaya baki chale jayenge Baster ke advasiyo ke sath marne!Says the best news person I have seen ,Amit Prakash Singh!

Productivity linked wage means freedom of retrenchment as it is really.Only thing we could not confirm is that government of India plans to sack anyone at First April,2016 as soon as the seventh pay commission is implemented if the employee is fifty years old and quite odd in the system.

It is going to happen!.

We have seen VRS!

We have seen DISINVESTMENT!

We have seen SELL OFF Outright!

We Have seen Shutters Down!

Employees and Trade Unions concentrated only on Payscales and Allowances!

No problems,whoever survives,would enjoy seven star life.but for others it is doom`s day!


Palash Biswas

I have not seen a better person of news sense than our Ex News Editor in Kolkata,Amit Prakash Singh.We got a what`sup image teling that Seventh Pay Commision Pay Scale is not only about payscale but it is the projection of Making India without labour laws and rights!


Productivity linked wage means freedom of retrenchment as it is really.Only thing we could not confirm is that government of India plans to sack anyone at First April,2016 as soon as the seventh pay commission is implemented if the employee is fifty years old and quite odd in the system.


We know that`s it!It is making in.For instance,Railway payroll is numbered now 13 lacs and it would be reduced to only Four lacs!


Jo kama le vah ban gaya baki chale jayenge Baster ke advasiyo ke sath marne!Says the best news person I have seen ,Amit Prakash Singh!


It is going to happen!.

We have seen VRS!

We have seen DISINVESTMENT!

We have seen SELL OFF Outright!

We Have seen Shutters Down!

Employees and Trade Unions concentrated only on Payscales and Allowances!

No problems,whoever survives,would enjoy seven star life.but for others it is doom`s day!


Amit Prakash Singh

Badhai ab kamaau sarkari mahakmo me naukri ke pahle dus saal me upari kamai ka parcent kam se kum ekkish feesad hoga. Jo kama le vah ban gaya baki chale jayenge Baster ke advasiyo ke sath marne. Sunhare sapne jaldi hi surkh lal ho jayenge. Na koi vichardhara aur na koi eitihasik parampara. Na Hindutva aur na koi ism.sirf pete ki aag aur kamal ka husna.kya hihoga vah nasha.jai ho modi mamta manmohana.


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Further to the memoranda received from a variety of Organisations, Federations, Groups representing civil employees in the Government of India as also from the Defence Services, the Commission has had fruitful and wide ranging discussions on relevant issues with all stakeholders. Such interactions have now been concluded. Valuable inputs have been received and the work of compilation and finalization of the report is underway, so that the Commission completes its task in the time frame given to it. Accordingly, any future requests for meeting with the Commission will not be entertained.


Celebration for those who  survive  and lucky enough to live   in government sector which is    consistingly being reduced due to disinvestment ,FDI  and Privatization.


Total Government  Expenditure on Salary is alarming because of top paysacles for the top status.


The current government manpower numbers are revealing. In March 2014, the total number of employees for the central government was estimated at 3.32 million. By March 2015, the employees' strength increased by five per cent to 3.5 million and by March 2016, it would go up further to 3.55 million, though at a lower rate of 1.5 per cent. In the last three years, the Union government's expenditure on salary, allowances and travel has seen a steady rise - from Rs 1.21 lakh crore in 2013-14 to Rs 1.5 lakh crore in 2014-15 - an increase of 14 per cent. For the current year, the salary bill would go up by about nine per cent to Rs 1.5 lakh crore. Taken together with the combined wages burden of close to Rs 5 lakh crore for all states, the total wage bill to be impacted by the Seventh Central Pay Commission is estimated at over Rs 6.5 NO Job Security,however!

You may lose your job anytime!


Even at Fifty,you may get out of your working place and you may not complain as labour reforms would make labour commission and even the laws irrelevant.


It is Full SCALE War as it in COMPLETE HIRE and Fire in an era of Total PRIVATIZATION.It is Making in!


Get ready for SACRIFICE!

Pl understand the policy making process!


Age before duty: Babus to retire at 58 instead of 60

But you might get Sacked anywhere anytime!

You have NO JOB Security.You just got the Payscale!

You may get the boots at 50 also!


In a move that would help curb the relentless increase in the Centre's non-Plan spending and ease the way for infusion of more young blood...

Mind you,N.R. Bhanumurthy, professor at the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, said the FFC has tried to factor in the impact of the recommendations of the SPC on the central government expenses. "The FFC report shows the capital outlay of the central government will dip in 2016-17 to 1.4% of GDP from 1.64% a year ago due to the implementation of the Pay Commission recommendation before it starts rising to 2.9% of GDP by 2019-20," he added.

The FFC said that all states had asked it to provide a cushion for the pay revision likely during the award period. The FFC advocated for a consultative mechanism between the centre and states, through a forum such as the Inter-State Council, to evolve a national policy for salaries and emoluments.

The FFC also recommended that pay commissions be designated as Pay and Productivity Commissions, with a clear mandate to recommend measures to improve productivity of employees, in conjunction with pay revisions. "We recommend the linking of pay with productivity, with a simultaneous focus on technology, skills and incentives. We urge that, in future, additional remuneration be linked to increase in productivity," it said.

The Pay Commission official quoted earlier said it has been mandated to recommend incentive schemes to reward excellence in productivity, performance and integrity, which it will do. "Though previous Pay Commissions have talked about linking pay with productivity, the earlier governments have not accepted such recommendations. Since this government has shown strong political will, we hope they will accept our recommendations," he added.



Media Reports:The current government manpower numbers are revealing. In March 2014, the total number of employees for the central government was estimated at 3.32 million. By March 2015, the employees' strength increased by five per cent to 3.5 million and by March 2016, it would go up further to 3.55 million, though at a lower rate of 1.5 per cent. In the last three years, the Union government's expenditure on salary, allowances and travel has seen a steady rise - from Rs 1.21 lakh crore in 2013-14 to Rs 1.5 lakh crore in 2014-15 - an increase of 14 per cent. For the current year, the salary bill would go up by about nine per cent to Rs 1.5 lakh crore. Taken together with the combined wages burden of close to Rs 5 lakh crore for all states, the total wage bill to be impacted by the Seventh Central Pay Commission is estimated at over Rs 6.5 lakh crore - close to five per cent India's gross domestic product.


Sources said that there will be no internal relief. The average increase in basic fair pay for all government employees will be in the region of 40-45%.

This is a very rough average because for senior level officers, like the Cabinet Secretary or officials at the secretary level, the payback could increase by more than 50%.

The Pay Panel may recommend a new pay scale from January 1, 2016. The existing HRA would be retained for A1 cities; while there would be a 15-20% hike for other cities.

But interestingly when we spoke to government employees they were not really happy, essentially perhaps because effectively if you take the DA out, it is not really a hefty bonanza as many thought it would be.

Also, given the price rise and inflation issues, most people are saying it is really not that sufficient. Most of these recommendations will be implemented.

But the point is, if the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has a problem with any of the observations or with the impact of the Pay Commission recommendations, he might even send this back to the Pay Commission for another round of iteration.

In that case, some amendments will be made that come back to the Finance Ministry and then it may go back to the Cabinet for approval. If that happens, it could delay the process by about 1-2 more months.

A central government employee will earn up to 40% more if the government accepts the Seventh Pay commission's proposals, which will be submitted shortly.

This pay hike would affect the lives of over 48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners and could trigger off similar pay hike across state governments as well.

An official of the Pay Commission, says recommendations will be made to improve productivity.

The Commission will be talked of market driven compensation at the top level, where there are expert persons required by the government. There should be open competition with the public. If they have a better candidate from outside, he should be appointed instead of simply promoting people by seniority, said the official.

Seventh Pay Commission Likely To Abolish Gazetted Holidays

Media reports:The Seventh Pay Commission is expected to reward the central government by its recommendation on abolishing 18 days gazetted holidays and to provide three days national holidays to central government employees to reform the work culture in central government offices.


Pay commission sources said the number of holidays should come down to improve work culture.

The sources also added, "A survey has revealed that India has the highest number of gazetted holidays per year and close on her heels are her Asian neighbours like Philippines, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia. We need to cut down on holidays to facilitate more work culture."

The sources argued that the government offices worked only for 196 days in India in a year. Besides, whenever there was election, the government servants were pressed into election work. This affected the routine government business, sources contended.

Earlier, the sixth central pay commission recommended that central government offices should remain closed only on three national holidays (Republic Day, Independence Day and Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti) and all other gazetted holidays should be abolished and the number of restricted holidays (optional) depending on one's religious persuasion should be increased from two to eight days.

The Seventh Central Pay Commission is also likely to make suggestion for flexible work hours for women and employees with disabilities.

Flexible working gives them greater choice over when and where they work, allowing them to better manage their work-life balance

"As flexi working hours will allow women central government employees to strike a balance between her professional and family responsibility, maintain healthy lifestyles and contribute to parenting well, it is recommended for the same and urge upon the government to work out the modalities in this direction," the pay panel source said.

"Flexible working can also provide central government employees with disabilities with a 'bridge' into retirement. Many of surveys show that often the complete loss of professional work account of disability can leave employees with disabilities feeling depressed and unmotivated, even to the point of affecting mental health. Flexible working time can help employees with disabilities delay retirement without giving up too much of their hard-earned freedom." said an official.

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N.R. Bhanumurthy, professor at the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, said the FFC has tried to factor in the impact of the recommendations of the SPC on the central government expenses. "The FFC report shows the capital outlay of the central government will dip in 2016-17 to 1.4% of GDP from 1.64% a year ago due to the implementation of the Pay Commission recommendation before it starts rising to 2.9% of GDP by 2019-20," he added.

The FFC said that all states had asked it to provide a cushion for the pay revision likely during the award period. The FFC advocated for a consultative mechanism between the centre and states, through a forum such as the Inter-State Council, to evolve a national policy for salaries and emoluments.

The FFC also recommended that pay commissions be designated as Pay and Productivity Commissions, with a clear mandate to recommend measures to improve productivity of employees, in conjunction with pay revisions. "We recommend the linking of pay with productivity, with a simultaneous focus on technology, skills and incentives. We urge that, in future, additional remuneration be linked to increase in productivity," it said.

The Pay Commission official quoted earlier said it has been mandated to recommend incentive schemes to reward excellence in productivity, performance and integrity, which it will do. "Though previous Pay Commissions have talked about linking pay with productivity, the earlier governments have not accepted such recommendations. Since this government has shown strong political will, we hope they will accept our recommendations," he added.

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/EdlBeERuG0zXD2Jb3Knq2L/After-14th-Finance-Commission-7th-pay-panels-report-looms.html




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7th Pay Commission Pay calculator and fixation formula Project

http://www.govtempdiary.com/2015/03/7th-pay-commission-pay-calculator-and-fixation-formula-project/


The reports of Seventh Pay Commission will be implicated from April next year as Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said in the Parliament on February 27, "The 7th Pay Commission impact may have to be absorbed in 2016-17."


Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said above statement in his pre-budget speech. His statement indicates that the government may implement Seventh Pay Commission report from April 2016.


The UPA government formed the Seventh Pay Commission on 28 February 2014 under chairman justice Ashok Kumar Mathur with a timeline of 18 months to make its recommendations. According to present position, the commission will take at least 20-24 months.


However, the Sixth Pay Commission had submitted its report within 18 months.


As a result of the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission, pay and allowances of the central government employees more than doubled as per Fourteenth Finance Commission estimates.

As such, the central government employees are expected to get 100 percent salary hike under the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission.


Issues like inflation, the government's financial position and salary structure of government employees in other countries would also be considered as parts of pay panel recommendations.

The Fourteenth Finance Commission asked the pay panel to link the pay with productivity, which will be the biggest hurdle for central government employees to be got over to get salary hike.


It is interesting to note that the earlier governments never accepted to link the pay with productivity.


Pl understand the policy making process!


Age before duty: Babus to retire at 58 instead of 60

In a move that would help curb the relentless increase in the Centre's non-Plan spending and ease the way for infusion of more young blood...

By: Arun S | New Delhi | December 2, 2014 10:35 AM

The Narendra Modi government is planning to reduce the retirement age of central government employees from the present 60 to 58. (Reuters)

The Narendra Modi government is planning to reduce the retirement age of central government employees from the present 60 to 58. (Reuters)

In a move that would help curb the relentless increase in the Centre's non-Plan spending and ease the way for infusion of more young blood and professionalism into the country's largely moribund bureaucracy, the Narendra Modi government is planning to reduce the retirement age of central government employees from the present 60 to 58.

The move that comes at a time when the Seventh Pay Commission is mulling another sharp boost to the pay structure of the Centre's 5-million-strong workforce is also aimed at creating the requisite space for lateral entry of technically qualified professionals into the government, official sources told FE.

The retirement age was last revised in 1998, when the then NDA government led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee raised it from 58 to 60 years. The last UPA government had reportedly considered enhancing the retirement age further to 62 just before the general elections, but dropped the move.

The superannuation age was increased from 55 to 58 way back in 1962.

Bulge-BracketThe total wage and salaries bill of the central government, excluding PSUs but including the railways, rose sharply between 2008 and 2010 due to the revised pay scales (along with payment of arrears) implemented as per the Sixth Pay Commission's proposals.

The wage bill rose from Rs 1.09 lakh crore in 2007-08 to Rs 1.4 lakh crore in 2008-09, and further to Rs 1.7 lakh crore in 2009-10, before the growth moderated to Rs 1.84 lakh crore in 2010-11. The government spent Rs 2.54 lakh crore in wages and salaries in 2013-14. The railways (with 1.4 million employees), defence (civil), home affairs, India Post and revenue account for more than 80% of the total spending of the Centre on pays and allowances.

Thanks to successive pay commissions, the salaries and other emoluments of government employees have, on average, more than doubled in every decade since independence even though lack of sufficient performance incentives is still considered to be a drawback.

A merger of 50% of the dearness allowance with the basic salary, likely to be part of the Seventh Pay Commission's award, which is to implemented from 2016, is expected to hike the Centre's wage bill by a third and strain its fiscal situation. In February this year, the government hiked DA to 100%, from 90%, benefiting both its employees and 3 million pensioners.

The Centre's expenditure on pension stood at Rs 74,076 crore in 2013-14 and the estimate for the current fiscal is Rs 81,983 crore. However, growth in the outgo on pension is expected to moderate due to the National Pension System based on the concept of defined contribution, launched in January 2004. The NPS has been accepted by large sections of central government employees and most state governments have shifted their employees to the new system.

According to Madan Sabnavis, chief economist at CARE Ratings, reducing the retirement age will give the government an opportunity to outsource more jobs, including by bringing in people as temporary consultants, who will then have to be paid only a fixed salary but not pension or provident fund. Their salary component will then show up as administrative costs, rather than as wage bill.

The finance ministry is weighing the pros and cons of the proposal to cut the retirement age. The move, sources said, is also in line with the BJP's manifesto, which had promised to rationalise and converge ministries, departments and other arms of the government, open up government to draw expertise from industry, academia and society and tap the services of the youth in particular to contribute to governance.

First Published on November 27, 2014 1:23 am

http://www.financialexpress.com/article/industry/jobs/age-before-duty-babus-to-retire-at-58-instead-of-60/13086/


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