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ORDERS ISSUED ON GROUP D FIXATION OF PAY AND SUBSTITUTES WAGES

Posted by on March 27, 2009


DEPARTMENT OF POSTS TODAY ISSUES ORDERS FOR FIXATION OF REVISED PAY SCALES FOR NON-MATRICULATE UPGRADED GROUP 'D'

 
GROUP 'D' WILL BE HEREAFTER CALLED 'MULTI SKILLED EMPLOYEE' AND THEIR ADDITIONAL DUTIES INTIMATED IN THE SAME ORDER
 
GDS WORKING AS SUBSTITUTES IN POSTMEN / MAIL GUARDS / GROUP 'D' ALSO WILL GET REMUNERATION BASED ON THE REVISED WAGES W.E.F. 1.1.2006
 
Dear Comrades – Both the Orders issued by the Department of Posts today after getting the permission of the Ministry of Finance is reproduced below for the information of all comrades.
 

No.1-20/2008-PCC

Government of India

Ministry of Communication & IT

Department of Posts

(PC Cell)

 

 

Dated 27.03.2009

 

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

 

Subject: Placement of non matriculate Group 'D' employees in the Pay Band PB-1 with effect from 1.1.2006

 

Consequent upon the  acceptance of the recommendations of Sixth Central Pay Commission by the Government, non-matriculate Government servants who were in the pre-revised Group 'D' scales are to be granted the revised pay structure in the following manner:

 

(i)                   Placement of all such employees initially in the corresponding -1S pay scale of Rs.4440-7440 with appropriate grade pay Rs.1300, Rs.1400, Rs.1600, and Rs.1650 w.e.f. 1.1.2006.

(ii)                 Fixation of pay of those employees, who already possess the revised minimum qualification of Matriculation or its equivalent, in PB-1 with grade pay of Rs.1800 with effect from 1.1.2006.

(iii)                Those employees who do not possess the prescribed minimum qualification would need to be retrained before being placed in the PB-1 pay band with grade pay of Rs.1800.

 

2. The Sixth CPC, while recommending higher pay scale to non-matriculate Group 'D' in PB-1, has suggested that job description of Group 'D' posts shall also be revised and redefined with emphasis on multi-skilling so that a single employee is able to perform various jobs. As per Rule 151 of Postal Manual Volume VI Part –III the Group 'D' posts in the Department of Posts are of the nature of general assistance in the office who must be ready to give their help wherever required. The duties of Group 'D' have also  been defined in Rules 144 to 152 of Postal Manual Vol VI Part III, which include wide range of functions. Keeping in view the changed environment and need of the time, following additional duties shall be entrusted to the staff in the Post Offices, RMS Offices and Administrative Offices who were in the pre-revised Group 'D' scales in addition to their existing duties:-

 

(A). Post Offices:

 

i.                     Sorting Mail

ii.                   Preparation of Mail/Register/Parcel Lists (Other than Insured lists), Regd/Parcel delivery slips, VP Receipts, Delivery lists for Registered articles, Money Order issue/paid lists, ACquittance Rolls etc

iii.                  Sale of Postage Stamps and Stationery

iv.                 Booking of Registered/Parcel articles

v.                   Basic data entry on Computers

vi.                 Record keeping

vii.                Booking of Speed Post articles

viii.              Receipt and dispatch of mails

ix.                 Duties of Caretaker

x.                   Any other duty assigned by the office.

 

(B). RMS Offices:

 

i.                     Sorting Mail

ii.                   Preparation of Mail/Registered/Parcel Lists

iii.                  Sale of Postage Stamps and Stationery

iv.                 Booking of Registered/Parcel articles

v.                   Basic data entry on Computers

vi.                 Record keeping

vii.                Booking of Speed Post articles

viii.              Receipt and dispatch of mails

ix.                 Handling customer enquires

x.                   Duties of Caretaker

xi.                 Any other duty assigned by the office.

 

(C). Administrative/Other Offices including DA(P)s:

 

i.                     Maintenance of Diary/Dispatch/Movement Registers or making entries in the computer

ii.                   Linking of receipts in the files already opened

iii.                  Submission of periodical statements of routine nature like Absentee Statement etc

iv.                 Indenting and maintenance of Stationery in the Section/office

v.                   Record keeping

vi.                 Photocopying and preparation of sets

vii.                Duties of Caretaker

viii.              Basic date entry on Computers

ix.                 Any other duty assigned by the office

 

These employees will henceforth be known by the generic term of "Multi Skilled Employees". However, the specific designations like Mail Peon, Mail Man etc will continue and they will continue to perform the existing duties along with the assigned additional duties.

 

3. The issue was referred to Ministry of Finance for fixation of the pay scales of these employees of Department of Posts before completion of the training and that Ministry has concurred in the proposal subject to the conditions that necessary computer training may be provided to enhance their skill. Action may be initiated by the Heads of Circles to complete the required training on computer operations in consultation with the Training Division of the Directorate. Training Division of the Directorate will take necessary action to get the module developed to train all such non-matriculate employees in basic data entry and circulate to all Circles. The Divisional Superintendents/Controlling Authorities should ensure that the training is imparted and required certificate is issued about completion of the prescribed training and necessary entry recorded in the Service Book of each official.

 

4. (i) All the Multi Skilled Employees who were in the pre-revised Group 'D' pay scales will be placed in the revised pay bands as indicated below with effect from 1.1.2006:

 

Category

Pre-revised Pay Scale

Revised

Pay Band

Grade Pay

Postal & RMS Offices (Test Category)

Rs.2550-55-2660-60-3200

Rs.5200-20200

Rs.1800

 

Administrative Officers (Test Category)

Rs.2550-55-2660-60-3200

Rs.5200-20200

Rs.1800

 

Unskilled

Rs.2550-55-2660-60-3200

Rs.5200-20200

Rs.1800

 

Semi Skilled

Rs.2650-65-3300-70-4000

Rs.5200-20200

Rs.1800

 

All Non Test Category staff

Rs.2550-55-2660-60-3200

Rs.5200-20200

Rs.1800

 

 

(ii) Inter-se seniority of all the employees in erstwhile Group 'D' will be fully maintained with Group 'D' employee in a higher Fifth CPC pay scale being placed higher vis-à-vis an employee in a lower pay scale. Within the same pre-revised pay scale, the seniority will be fixed on the basis of date on which the person came to be placed in that pay scale.

 

5. Heads of Circles will please issue necessary instructions to all the concerned to take prompt  action to complete the entire process including training by 30.04.2009 and report compliance to the undersigned latest by 15.05.2009.

 

6. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, I.C. vide their U.O.No. 7.6/7/2009-IC dated 12.3.2009.

 

Sd/-

(A.K.Sharma)

DDG (Esttt)

 

To

All Chief Postmasters General

 

 

 

 

 

 

No.1-20/2008-PCC

Government of India

Ministry of Communications & IT

Department of Posts

 

Dak Bhavan, Sansad Marg,

New Delhi – 110001

Dated: 27.03.2009

 

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

 

Subject: Remuneration to be paid to the Gramin Dak Sevaks engaged as substitutes in short-term vacancies of Postmen/Mail Guards and Group 'D'

               

Consequent upon the implementation of the Sixth Central Pay Commission's recommendations, the matter regarding the rates of remuneration payable to Gramin Dak Sevaks engaged as substitutes in short term departmental vacancies of Postmen, Mail Guards & Group 'D' (Future Multi Skilled Employee) has been reviewed.

 

2. It has now been decided that the remuneration of the Gramin Dak Sevaks engaged as substitutes in short term departmental vacancies of Postmen, Mail Guards & Group 'D' (Future Multi Skilled Employee) may be calculated on the basis of the minimum of the pay in the respective revised pay band of the post plus grade pay concerned i.e. Posmen, Mail Guards Rs.5200 + Rs.2000 and Group 'D' Rs.5200 + Rs.1800 as the case may be as defined in the CCS (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008 plus admissible Dearness Allowance thereon only excluding House Rent Allowance and Transport Allowance with effect from 1.1.2006.

 

3. In future, GDS who are willing to work as substitutes with the minimum pay of the revised pay band of the respective post plus admissible DA excluding House Rent Allowance and Transport Allowance,, should be engaged as substitutes only after obtaining an undertaking in this regard.

 

4. The issue relating to grant of revised wages to casual labourers of Full time / part time contingent workers is under examination and orders will be issued separately.

 

5. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, I.C. vide their U.O. No.7.6/7/2009-IC dated 12.3.2009.

 

Sd/-

(A.K.Sharma)

Dy.Director General (PCC)

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MORE GOVERNMENT ORDERS

Posted by on October 15, 2008


HOW TO FIX PAY IN UPGRADED PAY STRUCTURE FOR POSTMEN?

 

ON REIMBURSEMENT OF TRAVEL WITHIN CITY

 

ON MODIFICATION OF 2.9.2008 PENSION ORDERS

 

ON MODIFICATION OF ORDER OF 1.9.2008 FOR PRE-2006 PENSIONERS

 

Dear Comrades! More Orders have been released on the above issues. The details are as under:

 

HOW TO FIX IN UPGRADED PAY FOR POSTMEN / MAILGUARD?

 

The Basic Pay as on 1.1.2006 in the pre-revised 3050-4590 pay scale should be refixed as per the fitment table of the pre-revised scale of 3050-4590 and then the Grade Pay of upgraded scale viz., 2000/- should be added. This pattern is to be applied for Postmen and allied cadres in the Department of Posts. This is the clarification issued and therefore wherever the higher grade pay 2000/- is not given to Postmen, this latest clarificatory orders of Department of Expenditure dated 13.10.2008 may be shown to the DDO for appropriate correct fixation. The orders can be downloaded by clicking on the Rapidshare link given at the bottom here.

  

REIMBURSEMENT OF TRAVEL WITHIN CITY
 

Orders have been issued clarifying that reimbursement of taxi fare from residence to railway station and back to headquarters etc are continue to be applicable in addition to the reimbursement of travel within city. The Orders of Department of Expenditure dated 14.10.2008 can be downloaded by clicking on the link of Rapidshare below.

 

MODIFICATION OF 2.9.2008 ORDERS ON REVISION OF PROVISIONS REGULATING PENSION ETC.

 

Though this clarificatory orders allows payment of Constant Attendent Allowance from 1.1.2006 instead of 2.9.2008 and additional quantum of pension on attaining 80 years of age is allowed from the 1st of the month in which the birth day falls etc, has denied the benefit of the pay commission’s recommendations on either of last pay drawn or average of 10 months pay whichever is greater to officials who retired between 1.1.2006 and 2.9.2008. This order however grants the benefit to post 1.1.2006 pensioner so that his pension is not below the 50% of the pay band + Grade Pay of the scale in which the above official had retired. This Order can be downloaded by clicking on the Rapidshare link below.

 

MODIFICATION OF ORDER OF 1.9.2008 FOR PRE-2006 PENSIONERS

 

This order is giving clarifications on Pre-2006 Pensioners and Family Pensioners and this order can also be downloaded by clicking on the Rapidshare link below:

 

 

Downloadlink: http://rapidshare.com/files/153981874/6cpc_pay_fixation_pay_upgrade.pdf

 

Downloadlink: http://rapidshare.com/files/153981875/Admisibility_Travel_within_city.pdf

 

Downloadlink: http://rapidshare.com/files/153981876/Revision_Pension_Gratuity_etc.pdf

 

Downloadlink: http://rapidshare.com/files/153981877/Revision_Pre2006_Pensioners.pdf

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MANY MORE ORDERS RELEASED

Posted by on September 29, 2008


LTC ORDERS

TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE ORDERS

CONVEYANCE ALLOWANCE ORDERS

CARETAKING ALLOWANCE ORDERS

FAMILY PLANNING ALLOWANCE ORDERS

LEAVE ENCASHMENT ORDERS – AND

ELIGIBILITY FOR LEAVE ENCASHMENT ORDERS – RELEASED.

Dear Comrades! Some Orders released during the past week are placed in our website for your downloading:

LTC ORDERS INCREASED OFFER TO NEW RECRUITS

Date of Effect is 1.9.2008.

Fresh Recruits will for the first 8 years service be given 3 Home Town and 1 All India LTC during a bloc year period.

Parents and Step Parents are now included in the Family of a Government Employee for the purpose of LTC.

Travel entitlements will be the same for both official tour and LTC.

Travel entitlements altered to allow AC 3 Tier to officials below 4200 Grade Pay; AC 2 Tier for 4200/4600/4800 Grade Pay; Economy Class by Air / AC 2 Tier for Grade Pay 5400 and 6500 and so on.

Total 60 days leave encashment permissible for LTC during entire career @ 10 days per LTC that will not be deducted from the EL at credit for encashment at the time of retirement.

TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE

Date of Effect is 1.9.2008.

The mileage earned by air travel by a Government Officer will here after words be used only for official tour of other officers.

Daily Allowance on Tour discriminates between official to official. While Hotel Room entitlement at varying level can be understood, the daily allowance for food is also different from one to another even though there is not going to be any change of price for food items in Hotels for person to person. The meaning is that while a lower grade official on tour with a higher official should eat less and less nourishment foods while his superior on tour can eat more nourishment.

CONVEYANCE ALLOWANCE

Date of Effect is 1.9.2008

Fixed Conveyance Allowance rates revised and when DA crosses 50% in the revised Pay Structure, then 25% should be added to the rates also.

CARETAKING ALLOWANCE

Date of Effect is 1.9.2008

10% of Revised Pay and Grade Pay will be paid.

Posts of Caretakers shall be merged with the general Ministerial Cadres in all Departments.

FAMILY PLANNING ALLOWANCE

Date of Effect 1.9.2008.

Family Planning Allowance doubled subject to a minimum of 210/= per month.

Grade Pay 1300 to 2400 = 210/=

Grade Pay 2800 = 250/=

Grade Pay 4200 = 400/=

Grade Pay 4600 = 450/=

Grade Pay 4800 = 500/=

Grade Pay 5400 = 550/= and so on.

ENCASHMENT OF LEAVE &

ELIGIBILITY TO ENCASHMENT OF LEAVE Orders also released by DOPT.

DEAR COMRADES – ALL THE ABOVE ORDERS CAN BE DOWNLOADED BY CLICKING THE RAPIDSHARE LINK BELOW:

Download links:

http://rapidshare.com/files/148737727/LTC.pdf

http://rapidshare.com/files/148740049/Travelling_Allowance.pdf

http://rapidshare.com/files/148870641/Conveyance_Allowance.pdf

http://rapidshare.com/files/149297112/caretaker_allowance.pdf

http://rapidshare.com/files/149298055/Family_Planning_Allowance.pdf

http://rapidshare.com/files/149297113/encashment_leave.pdf

http://rapidshare.com/files/149297114/Eligibility_for_encashment_leave.pdf

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MOF ISSUES CLARIFICATORY ORDERS ON INCREMENT & FIXATION

Posted by on September 15, 2008


INCREMENT ONLY ON 1st JULY EACH YEAR
 
HINDI VERSION STANDS REJECTED – ENGLISH VERSION REIETERATED BY MOF
 
CONFEDERATION CHARTER OF DEMANDS WILL INSIST INCREMENT DATE AS 1st JANUARY EVERY YEAR
 
 
Dear Comrades! Today The MOF issued a clarificatory order on date of increment, method of fixation of pay on promotion after 1.1.2006, Use of fitment table for cases fixex under Rule 11, Fixation of pay for those on deputation etc.
 
Accordingly the date of increment will be only 1st July every year. For Officials who have been in the Revised Pay Structure for six months from 1.1.2006 to 1.7.2006 for six months are eligible for increment on 1.7.2006. It is clarified clearly that those who have drawn their earlier incerment between 2.1.2005 and 1.1.2006 would be given their next increment on 1.7.2006. Those officials whose date of increment is 1.1.2006, they would be given increment in old scale before fixation in Revised Pay and then again on 1.7.2006 another increment in the Revised Pay.
 
However this clarification is not totally satisfactory to us. The increment of those officials fallilng between 2.1.2006 and 30.06.2006 is getting postponed. The increment of other officials falling between 1.8.2006 and 31.12.2006 is getting advanced. From the Confederation it has been decided to insist for the demand already placed before the Cabinet Secretary so that all officials get their increment in Revised Pay on 1st January instead of 1st July. This will eliminate postponing of increment for some officials while preponing for some others. The Revised Charter of Demands under preparation will be exhibited in the Confederation Website shortly will contain this demand also for our 19th September 2008 programme of 'Strike Declaration Day'.
 
Another Clarification for the officials on promotion who opt for fitment in Revised Pay Structure from the date of their next increment, the clarification of MOF is that on the day of promotion the official will get the same pay in his pay band but the grade pay of his promotional level will be granted and the further re-fixation would be done on the day of his new increment viz, 1st July when he would get two increments – one annual increment and the other the promotional increment. 
 
There are other clarifications also about officials who opt for revised pay from the date of their promotion; Fitment under Rule 11 of CCS[RP]Rules 2008, Fixation for officials on deputation, Procedure to be adopted for placing the officials in cases of merger of scales / upgradations recommended by the 6th CPC.
 
As for as the merger of scales / upgradations are concerned, it is clarified that in cases where all posts in one cade or more in pre-revised scales are merged with a higher pre-revised scale of pay the officials would be granted the replacement pay scale/Grade Pay. In cases where all posts in  particular cadre have been granted a higher replacement scale then the officials would be fixed in their pre-revised pay scale with the Grade Pay of the higher replacement scale.
 
Comrades who want to download the entire clarificatory orders can do so by clicking on the Rapidshare link below:
 

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TEMPORARY STATUS CASUAL LABOURERS PAY FIXATION ORDERED

Posted by on September 12, 2008


Temporary Status Casual Labourers Pay Revision Ordered by DOPT
 
 
TEMPORARY STATUS CASUAL LABOURERS IN 1S PAY SCALE
 
WASHING ALLOWANCE DOUBLED FOR COMMON CATEGORY GROUP C & D
 
ORDERS FOR GRANT OF DEARNESS RELIEF TO PENSIONERS FROM 1.1.2006
 
 
Dear Comrades!
 
The DOPT orders for refixation of Pay in the revised Pay Scale from 1.1.2006 in 1S Pay Scale with the Grade Pay 1300/= is released today.
 
Washing Allowance for common category of all Group C & D Employees is doubled from Rs.30/= per month to Rs.60/=. The date of effect of the orders is 1.9.2008. More over it is ordered that 25% increase will be granted when the DA payable on revised pay goes up to 50%.
 
Dearness Relief Orders for Pensioners for grant of the same from 1.1.2006; 1.7.2006; 1.1.2007; 1.7.2007; 1.1.2008; and 1.7.2008 @ 0%; 2%; 6%; 9%; 12% and 16% released today by the Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare.
 
Those who want to download the copy of above orders can do so by clicking on the Rapidshare Link below:
 
 
 

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