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As per the lawyer, upgradation of Grade Pay of LDC pending in CAT Jabalpur will be decided by a regular bench. To constitute a regular double bench sufficient judges are not available in CAT Jabalpur. The date of next hearing on the SLP filed against MACP on promotional hierarchy in Supreme Court is

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Monday, October 28, 2013

DRAFT TERMS OF REFERENCE 7th CPC:

Finalized by the Staff Side at the meeting of 25.10.2013.

A.     To examine the existing structure of pay, allowances and other benefits/facilities, retirement benefits like Pension, Gratuity, other terminal benefits etc. to the following categories of employees.

1  Central Government employees – industrial and non      industrial;
2   Personnel belonging  to  All India services;
3   Personnel belonging to the Defence Forces;
4  Personnel called as Grameen Dak Sewaks  belonging to     the Postal Department;
5   Personnel  of Union Territories;
6  Officers and employees of the Indian Audit and Accounts  Department;
Officers and employees of the Supreme Court;
8  Members of Regulatory bodies (excluding RBI) set up  under Act of Parliament.

B.   To work out the comprehensive revised pay packet for the categories of Central Government employees mentioned in (A) above as on 1.1.2014.

C.  The Commission will determine the pay structure, benefits facilities, retirement benefits etc. taking into account the need to provide minimum wage with reference to the recommendation of the 15thIndian Labour Conference (1957) and the subsequent judicial pronouncement of the honorable Supreme Court there-on, as on 1.1.2014.

D.   To determine the Interim Relief needed to be sanctioned immediately to the Central Government employees  and  Pensioners mentioned in (A) above;

E. To determine the percentage of Dearness allowance/Dearness Relief  immediately to be merged with Pay and pension 

F.     To settle the anomalies raised in various fora of JCM.

G.   To work out the improvements needed to the existing  retirement benefits, like pension, death cum retirement gratuity, family  pension and other terminal or recurring  benefits maintaining parity amongst past, present and future pensioners and family pensioners including those who entered service on or after 1.1.2004.

H.   To recommend methods for providing cashless/hassle-free Medicare facilities to the employees and Pensioners including Postal pensioners.

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Sunday, October 27, 2013

7TH CPC - TERMS OF REFERENCE - LATEST POSITION

Dear Comrades,
VII-CPC – Terms of reference-

             The members of the National Secretariat of the Confederation available at New Delhi met on 23rd Oct. 2013 and again on 24th October, 2013 to discuss and formulate our views on the 7thCPC terms of Reference.  On the basis of the discussions, we prepared a draft terms of reference and submitted it for consideration of the Staff Side.  The important points we placed in our draft for the consideration of the staff side were:-
(a)    The Commission to examine the present structure of pay and allowances   and suggest changes.
(b)    To give effect to its recommendations from 1.1.2011 i.e. wage revision       must be after       every five years.
(c)    D.A (50%) to be merged with pay with effect from 1.1.2011.
(d)    To determine Interim relief taking into account the erosion in the value of   wages over the years,
(e)    To include GDS within the ambit of the 7th Central Pay Commission.
(f)     To revise the retirement benefits and accord pension maintaining parity in   quantum in respect of past, present and future pensioners.
(g)    To extend the statutory defined benefit pension to those who have             entered service after 1.1.2004.
(h)    To settle the anomalies raised in various fora of JCM on a priority basis and within a specified time frame.
(i)      To provide cashless/hazzle free Medicare to employees and pensioners.

The Government of India had convened a meeting of the Staff side representatives on 24.10.2013 to discuss the terms of reference.  The meeting took place at 3.00PM on 24th under the Chairmanship of Secretary, Personnel.  Besides the points mentioned above, the staff raised many other matters connected with the setting up of the CPC. viz. the inclusion of labour Representative as a Member of the Commission; the anomalous  situation brought about by the Grade pay based MACP Scheme; the requirement of a mechanism to settle the 6th CPC related anomalies;  the need to allow the proposals of Cadre Review to be examined by the Government independently without referring it to CPC;  to have members in the Commission who have gained  expertise to impart to the Commission the nuances and functional requirements of various Departments;  to relook at the new Pay Structure brought in by the 6th CPC in the light of the experience between 2008 to 2013 etc.  In conclusion the staff side requested the Government to provide it with a draft terms of reference taking into account the views placed by them.  It was also proposed by the Staff Side that on exchange of the draft terms of reference prepared by the Staff Side and the Official Side, a meeting with the Secretary, Personnel and Secretary, Expenditure could be arranged to iron out the differences, if any.
The Staff Side met again on 25th at its office and deliberated upon various views presented by different organisations and finalised the draft terms of reference. We shall publish the said draft terms of reference as and when the same is submitted to the Government.
It is obvious that despite the unanimous position taken by all the organisations, the Government may not necessarily agree with many of the basic issues, viz. Date of effect, merger of  DA, Interim Relief, Coverage of GDS etc.  We appeal to our affiliates/ State COCs to continue the campaign amongst the employees to generate necessary sanctions.
With greetings,
Yours fraternally,

(M.Krishnan)
Secretary General


Terms of Recerence: AIRF Version

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Saturday, October 26, 2013

CONFEDERATION WRITES TO GOVERNMENT ON LDC- UDC PAY SCALE ANOMALY

CONFEDERATION WRITES TO GOVERNMENT ON LDC- UDC PAY SCALE ANOMALY

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES & WORKERS 
1st Floor, North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi - 110001 
Website : www.confederationhq.blogspot.com 
Email : confederation06@yahoo.in

Patron S.K.Vyas 09868244035
President K.K.N.Kutty 0981148303
Secretary General M.Krishnan 09447068125

Ref: Confdn/LDC-UDC/2013
Dated : 25.10.2013 

To 
The Secretary, 
Department of Expenditure, 
Ministry of Finance, 
North Block, New Delhi-110001

Sub: Upgradation of Grade Pay of LDC & UDC in the Administrative Branch of Government of India Offices.

Sir,
This is in reference to the letter dated 14/10/2013 sent to you, on the above subject, by the All India Association of Administrative Staff, Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation, Government of India (Copy enclosed).

As you are aware, the implementation of the 6th CPC recommendations had given rise to numerous s anomalies. The LDC UDC issue is among the most genuine anomalies for which an agenda had been submitted on behalf of this Federation in the National Anomaly Committee (NAC). So far four meetings of the NAC have been held but had not been able to settle the issue and the 5 meeting wherein several genuine anomaly cases including the LDC-UDC issue have to be discussed and decided has not been convened so far despite of repeated requests of the staff side. In this respect, it is worth to mention here that CS-II section of the DoPT had identified the LDC/UDC issue as anomaly which is the subject matter of JCA section and sent the case to JCA vide DoPT I.D. No.25/2/2013-CS.II (B) Dated 13.08/2013 for action. But it is surprised to note that the case in original has been returned to the All India Association of Administrative Staff by the CS-II section vide letter No 25/2/20134-CS II (B) dated 19/09/2013 with a direction to take up the case directly with the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure. And the reason behind the returning of the case to DoPT without considering to put up it in the NAC by the JCA is not recorded.

It is further to state that 6th get selected to the post of LDC but denied an appropriate pay structure in accordance with the increased qualification. On the other hand, the educational & technical qualifications prescribed for DEO & LDC are the same but the DEO has been granted Rs. 2400 grade pay whereas the Grade pay of LDC is Rs. 1900 only. Moreover, 6th to MTS as a result the gap between the MTS and LDC narrow down to Rs. 100/.

As regards the duties and responsibilities assigned to the LDC & UDC in the subordinate offices are concerned, it is altogether different than the duties and responsibilities for the posts prescribed in the DoPT manual or assigned to these posts in the offices of Central Secretariat. While comparing the duties of DEO & LDC the DEO has only to make entry the readymade data given to them whereas the LDCs have to create data/draft letters and then to type on computer, putting up the matter through file note with justification with the support of rules and procedure. Thus LDC does more work in qualitatively and quantitative terms with less grade pay than that of the DEO. Besides, many cadres with less or equal qualification have been recommended higher pay by the 6th the Government has implemented the same.

Since the duties of the LDC & UDC in the various State Government also assigned in line of these subordinate offices and considering the volume and quality of duties assigned to them several of the State Governments who have implemented the 6th increased the pay structure/grade pay of the LDC & UDC.

From the above it is evident that the LDCs & UDCs deserve higher grade pay than the present one, commensurate with the qualifications and assignments attached to these posts. DoPT has identified the LDC & UDC issue related to anomaly and asked to take up the case with your office. It is requsted that as tens of thousands of LDC, UDC are eagerly waiting for a favourable decision from Govt, the case may be considered in a sympathetic and judicious manner so that a decision for revising the grade pay of LDC to Rs. 2400/ and that of UDC to Rs. 2800/ may please be taken.

A favourable decision in this regard is requested please.

Yours faithfully,

(M. Krishnan) 
Secretary General

Copy to: - 
Com. T.K. R. Pillai




Friday, October 25, 2013


Simplification of procedure for verificafion of service — adherence to the revised format(Please click here):
http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/18019_7_2013-Estt.L-23102013.pdf

Timely payment of dues of encashment of leave to Government servants retiring on attaining the age of superannuation — need to obviate delays in payment of such dues(Please click here)
http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/18019_6_2013-Estt.L-21102013.pdf

NPS: Option for Complete withdrawal of accumulated pension wealth by subscriber (Please click here)


HANDBOOK OF INSTRUCTIONS ON FOREIGN ASSIGNMENTS (Please click here)

http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02eod/Handbook_ACC_ForeignAssignment.pdf

Thursday, October 24, 2013

7th CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION
FINALISATION OF TERMS OF REFERENCE
GOVERNMENT INVITED JCM STAFF SIDE FOR DISCUSSION ON 24.10.2013


Secretary, Department of Personnel & Training will hold discussion with JCM National Council, Staff Side today (24.10.2013) at 3 PM. Meeting of the Staff side will be held at 11 AM to formulate the staff side approach. Confederation available National Secretariat members met on 23.10.2013 in the presence of Com. S. K. Vyas and finalized the draft terms of reference of Confederation. Details will be published after the meeting with Secretary, DOP&T.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Grant of Dearness Relief to CPF beneficiaries in receipt of ex-gratia payment w.e.f 01.07.2013.
http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D3/D03ppw/DR_171013.pdf

Upgradation of cities on the basis of latest figure of 2011 exhibited in the website for the purpose of grant of HRA/Transport Allowance


No.9(10)/2012-E-II(B)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

New Delhi : October, 2013

To
The Secretary General,
(Shri.M.Krishnan)
Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers,
New Delhi- 110001

Subject: Upgradation of cities on the basis of latest figure of 2011 exhibited in the website for the purpose of grant of HRA/Transport Allowance - regarding.

Sir,
I am directed to refer to your letter Ref: No.Confen./GENL/2013 dated 26.09.2013, received through Deptt. of Pers. and Trg., on the above mentioned subject and to say that the final report of the Census-2011 has not yet been released by the Office of Registrar General & Census Commissioner of India. 

As such, action for revision of classification of cities/towns can only be initiated on receipt of the final population figures of the Census-2011.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Inder Jeet Tanwar)
Section Office
Recruitment to Group 'C' posts in Pay Band-1, with Grade 
Pay of Rs.1800/- (pre-revised Group `D' posts)
http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/AB-14017_6_2009-Estt.RR-21102013.pdf

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Extension in deputation tenure beyond the prescribed limit of 
seven years/premature repatriation from a Non—Central Staffing 
Scheme post(Please click here) 

http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02eod/9_25_2006-EOMM-I-17102013.pdf

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

REVISED PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF NON STATUTORY DEPARTMENTAL CANTEEN EMPLOYEES







WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY EID


LDC-UDC ISSUE: FORWARDING OF THE CASE TO SECRETARY DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURE


ALL INDIA ASSOCIATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF (NG)
MINISTRY OF STATISTICS & PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION
GOVERNMENT ON INDIA
(Web site: www.aiamshq.blogspot.in)

NSSO (FOD), Hall No. 201 & 205, Vijay Stumbh,
Zone I, Maharana Pratap Nagar,
No. 4/GS/2013                                                                                         Bhopal, 14/10/2013
To
            The Secretary,
            Department of Expenditure,
            Ministry of Finance,
North Block, New Delhi-110001

Sub:    Upgradation of Grade Pay of LDC & UDC in the Administrative Branch of Government of India Offices.
Sir,
           It is submitted that the Department of Personal & Training vide letter No 25/2/20134-CS,II(B) dated 19/09/2013 has directed this Association to take up the Upgradation of the Grade Pay of LDC & UDC in the subordinate Offices” directly with your office for consideration. On the subject,  this Association had made an appeal to the Prime Minister’s Office vide letter No. 3/GS/2013 dated 20/06/2013 and the same was forwarded to DoPT vide PMO ID No. 4/3/2013-PMP4/67682 dated 15/07/2013. CS II Division of the DoPT had identified the case as an anomaly and as such the same was sent to the Deputy Secretary, JCA with a direction to take action at his level. But the JCA has returned the case to CS II Section even without considering the fact that an Agenda item on the subject is pending for discussion in the National Anomaly Committee. The final meeting of the Committee is yet to be convened. The LDC & UDC of the subordinate offices are pained to view this action in view of the fact that they are shouldering heavy responsibilities, which are meant for even Assistant and above, in the subordinate offices whereas in monetary front they have been pushed to the level of MTS. What is more distressing is that no desk appears to be available in DoPT to consider the common issues of the lakhs of central Government Employees working outside Central Secretarial Services. Otherwise, the issues relating to LDC & UDC of Non CSCS forwarded by the Prime Minister’s Office would not have been dealt by the CS II section. On the other hand the employees posted in the subordinate offices are working as the representative of the Government close to the people at grass root level and successfully implementing the various projects and welfare programmes of the Government.

            The case received from the DoPT is sent to you in original (Part I: Page No.1 to 22) with a request to revise the grade pay of the LDC & UDC in subordinate offices to Rs. 2400 and 2800 respectively on the following grounds:

1.   Unlike in the duties as specified in the DoPT manual allocation of multiple nature of duties/responsibilities, meant for higher posts also, to LDCs & UDCs is the major reason for the smooth functioning of the subordinate Offices. This has not been brought to the notice of the Pay Commission and as such 6th Pay Commission has not taken a favorable decision to this section. On the other hand, 6th Pay Commission has recommended a deserving pay structure to MTS.  Furthermore, the educational & technical qualifications prescribed for DEO & LDC are the same but the DEO has been granted Rs. 2400 grade pay. In this connection, details of the pay structure granted to the MTS, DEO & LDC in comparison to the duties assigned, are given in Part II (Page No,23 to 25) for your perusal.

2.       We have been receiving numerous telephone calls, SMS & e-mail, besides posting appeals/comments on various web sites, dealing the issues of Central Government Employees, citing the difficulties faced due to allocation of higher quality/responsibility work to LDCs and UDCs in various subordinate offices & Para-military organizations, supporting the revision of Grade pay of LDC & UDC. The relevant portion of a comment on the difficulties faced by an LDC to pull his office, posted in our web site is given below:

“I am alone LDC in my office (no other administrative staff) and DDO is technical person. This office has 17 staff; 25 lakh budgets of office expenditure, 4 lakh wage, 56 lakh Sal head, 85 lakh Minor works and 4 lakh M&E budget. Besides I have to engage court case, all service book maintenance, Store keeping, laboratory maintenance (12 sophisticated instrument including 27 lakh Hematology Analyzer).  Just imagine!!

Now I am getting (6310+1900). Anyone has justified answer in this respect??”

         The position as given above is not an isolated case of a particular office. This is the position of majority of Non CSCS offices as regards the responsibilities assigned to the LDC & UDCs are concerned. In this respect, out of hundreds of comments/appeal posted in various web sites, some selected comments are attached in Part III :(Page No.26 to 30) for your perusal.   
        
3.         In view of the fact that 6th Pay Commission has raised the educational and technical qualification of LDC to get selected to the post, the pay for the post should also have been increased. But the same has not addressed and as such various State Governments that implemented 6th Pay Commission have reviewed the case of LDC & UDC and granted higher pay structure. The statement containing a comparative study of pay structure of LDC & UDCs or equivalent posts in some State Government getting more pay than LDC & UDC of central Government is given in Part IV (page No.31 to 55) for perusal please.

          From the above it is evident that the LDCs & UDCs deserve higher grade pay than the present one, to commensurate with the qualifications and assignments attached to these posts. In this respect, we see a ray of hope as the DoPT has identified the LDC & UDC issue related to anomaly and asked us to take up the case with your office. It is our humble request that the anxiety, the prayer for a positive action at your level, by tens of thousands of LDC, UDC & their family members, may please be considered in its deserving spirit and a decision for revising the grade pay of LDC to Rs. 2400/ and that of UDC to Rs. 2800/ may please be taken.          
            A favourable decision in this regard is requested please.         
           
          
Yours faithfully
Encl:    As above
(T.K.R. Pillai)
General Secretary


Copy forwarded to:
1.   Shri Suresh Kumar, Under Secretary, CS II Section, DoP&T, New Delhi.
2.   The Deputy Secretary, JCA, DOP&T, New Delhi.

(T.K.R. Pillai)
General Secretary

PART II
A comparative study of Pay structure granted & duties assigned to the MTS, DEO & LDC

Government of India Offices especially the subordinate offices are functioning smoothly virtually due to the fact that LDCs & UDCs are shouldering heavy responsibilities. But the Pay Commission has not considered equal pay for the work done by them. This has been a demoralizing effect on the already   desperate young and talented cadre in the Government offices.  The disparity in the pay structure among the MTS, DEO & LDC are given below:

1.         Why the LDC & UDC case become anomaly?

Sixth Pay Commission has denied an appropriate pay structure to the LDC & UDC of Government of India Offices in the light of raising the academic and technical qualification and responsibilities assigned. The officials in these cadres are initiating the official work and made responsible for smooth functioning of the offices, have been granted a simple replacement grade pay. The Grade Pay granted to the post of LDC is only Rs.1900 which is just Rs.100 more than the grade pay of MTS, i.e. Rs.1800/-.  In the mean time the academic & technical qualifications to get selected to the post of LDC have been raised. On the other hand, the Pay Commission has recommended the merger of various group D posts and upgraded their grade pay from Rs. 1400 to Rs.1800 and also given them additional benefit of 3 MACPs to the merged posts. Moreover, all the pre-revised pay scales above UDC -from Accountant to Assistant Administrative Officer- have been merged and granted Rs. 4200 -4600 grade pay.

2.         Duties/responsibilities assigned to the LDCs in the Non CS office:

As per the Staff Selection Commission notification Lower Division Clerks are entrusted with routine nature of work, for example registration of Dak, maintenance of section diary, file register, file movement  register, indexing and recording of files, typing, comparing, dispatch, preparation of arrears and other statements etc.

Whereas in practice,  most of the Non CS office (where total staff strength is not more than 100) has been allocated with average one Administrative Officer, 1-2 Assistants, two UDC and 3 to 4 LDC.

(A)       And in a normal Non CS office, it has 5-6 major sections which could only be allocated to UDC & above as per the DoPT guide lines, viz.
(i)   Accounts Section-I (where, various payments are processed and released, Income Tax, Budget, NPS, monthly Expenditure Statement, reconciliation are done),
(ii) Store & purchase Section,
(iii) Establishment Section (where service records, leave and other personal matters are processed),
(iv) Bill Section, where various kind Bills have been scrutinized for passing etc.
(v)  RTI, Court Cases, handling of Audit Para etc.

(B)      In addition there are other sections viz.
(i)Accounts/Cash Section-II(to Assist the Accounts Section I in discharging their day to day duties, disbursement of cash and maintenance of related registers, cheque books, postage stamps etc), (ii)Dispatch & Diary, (iii)loans & Advance, (iv)typing, maintenance of library, file register, file movement  register, indexing and recording of files, comparing, preparation of arrears and other statements etc.

Since the number of UDCs sanctioned is much lesser than the actual requirement, LDCs are posted in the major section as given under ‘A’ above. Thus in contrary to the nature of duties of LDC as given in the DoPT manual as well as the Staff Selection notification the quality and quantity of work done by the LDC & UDCs are much higher in these offices. The officers are only taking decision on the file put up by the LDCs/UDC on all the matters.

3.         Position in Indian Railways:

In Railways also, the Junior Clerk & Senior Clerk are even used to allocate the duties identified for the post of OS-II/Head Clerk and made them responsible for the area of work assigned. Junior clerks are allocated route administrative matters/independent section wherein noting drafting, typing in computer etc are involved. The young, dynamic persons with reasonable academic and technical qualification join on the post of Junior Clerk are capable to take up any kind of assignment and the administration identifies the capabilities of these young chaps and allocates work with higher responsibilities accordingly. Some instances of work allocated to them are as follows –

(1) Preparation of staff muster roll and sending it for salary payment to staff. (2) Issue of Pass/PTO/MCTO etc. (3) Dealing with Railway Quarters & House Rent Allowance case. (4) Issue of Medical card/Identity card etc. (5) Keeping up date knowledge of Railway Establishment Serials/Rulings. (6) Matters related with training, Joining, Transfer, Promotion, Retirement etc. (7) Monitoring of Stock & Non-stock, Requisitions related to Store section and Rolling stock section. (8) Ensuring all the records related to Stores & Establishment Section. (9) Monitoring & processing of challans, Condemnation. (10) Dealing with cases related to PNM Items, D&A cases, Court cases, Inspection Notes, Theft Cases, IOD Cases, & Stock verification (11) Different works of technical data entry and computer related work

4.         Data Entry Operator (DEO) & LDC

In accordance with the recommendation of 6th Pay Commission, Government India has raised the academic qualification from Matriculation to 12th class pass or equivalent and technical qualification of typing from manual typewriter to sophisticated computer for getting selected to the post of LDC through Staff Selection Commission. It is to be noted that typing on computer is far different from the typing on typewriter because for typing on computer one should have the knowledge of the operation of computer for which one required to undergo a computer diploma programme. 
  
The academic qualifications required for both LDC & DEO are the same i.e. 12th class pass or equivalent. As regards the technical qualification the candidate appearing for the post of LDC requires 10500 KDPH/9000 KDPH English and Hindi typing respectively on computer whereas the candidate appearing the DEO requires 8,000 KDPH on Computer. But the grade pay granted/fixed for the post of LDC is 1900 and the same for DEO is 2400. Moreover, the DEO has only to entry the readymade data given to them whereas the LDCs have to create data/draft letters and then to type on computer, putting up the matter through file note with justification with the support of rules and procedure.  Thus LDC does more work in qualitatively and quantitative terms with less grade pay than that of the DEO.

5.         LDC & MTS

Even though the raising of academic qualification of MTS from 8th Standard to Matriculation, duties prescribed for the earlier Group D and the present MTS are the same.

Whereas the academic & technical qualification of the LDC have been upgraded and assigned heavy responsibilities on them by the office concerned. Majority of the persons selected for the post are graduates and even post graduates and qualified to handle any kind of assignment. The job profile of the post has undergone significant changes after introduction of modernization in Government offices. Now, computers have taken the place of typewriters.


During the 5th Pay Commission, pay scale S-1 to S-4 were granted to the group D posts and pay scale S-5 was granted to LDC i.e. one step above than the pay scale of the Group D posts which never crossed over the pay scale of LDC. In the 6th Pay Commission the pay band of MTS (formerly group D), LDC & UDC are same and Grade pay of LDC is 1900/ and that of MTS through MACP is 2400/.

                                                                       PART IIi

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PART IV

Comparative Statement of the pay of a newly appointed LDC in Central and some State Governments

          As per the documents received to us, several State Governments, majority of them have implemented the 6th Pay Commission; have revised the Pay Structure of the LDC & UDC.  The comparative statement of the pay structure of the Central Government and 8 State Governments as on date is given below:

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
S.No.
Name of Post
Pay Band
Grade Pay
Remarks
1
LDC
5200-20200
1900

2
UDC
5200-20200
2400


RAJASTHAN STATE GOVERNMENT(Order – Page 33-35enclosed)
S.No.
Name of Post
Pay Band
Grade Pay
Remarks
1
LDC
5200-20200
2400

2
UDC
5200-20200
2800


HIMACHAL PRADESH(Order – Page 36-38 enclosed)
S.No.
Name of Post
Pay Band
Grade Pay
Remarks
1
Clerk
5910-20200
1900

After 2 year regular service on the post
10300-34800
3200


Punjab(Copy of the order – Page 39-40 enclosed)
S.No.
Name of Post
Pay Band
Grade Pay
Remarks
1
Clerk
5910-20200
2400

After 2 year regular service on the post
10300-34800
3200


UTTRAKHAND(Order – Page 41 enclosed)
S.No.
Name of Post
Pay Band
Grade Pay
Remarks
1
LDC
5200-20200
2000

2
UDC
5200-20200
2800


KERALA(Order – Page 42-44 enclosed)
S.No.
Name of Post
Pay
Grade Pay
Remarks
1
LDC
9940-16580
Nil
In Kerala the pay scale revises every 5 years. Thus a revision of the present scale will be done in the year 2014.
2
UDC
13210-22360
Nil

Implementation of 9th Pay Commission Andra Pradesh( Order-Page 45-48 enclosed)
S.No.
Name of Post
Pay Band
Grade Pay
Remarks
1
Typist
8440-24950
Nil
In AP also pay scale revises every 5 years. Thus 10th Pay Commission is due from 1.7.2013
2
Typist-cum Asstt.
9460-27700
Nil

Assam(Order-Page 49-53 enclosed)
S.No.
Name of Post
Pay Band
Grade Pay
Remarks
1
Lower Div Asstt
5200-20200
2100

2
Upper Div Asstt
5200-20200
2600


Uttar Pradesh (Order-Page 54-55 enclosed)
S.No.
Name of Post
Pay Band
Grade Pay
Remarks
1
Lower Div Asstt
5200-20200
2000

2
Upper Div Asstt
5200-20200
2800