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National Anomaly Committee Meeting was held on 17.07.2012 by DOPT with representatives of staff side to discuss various anomalies involved in the implementation of Sixth Pay Commission report.
The following are brief agenda and outcome of this meeting.
It was decided in this meeting that a separate meeting is to be held on 27.07.2012, to discuss the anomalies related to MACPS. Last week Rumours that this meeting was postponed were spread. Rumours seldom turns to be true. Yes. Contrary to the news of postponement of MACPS anomaly meeting, it was held on 27th July 2012 as decided.
The Office bearers of NFIR (National Federation of Indian Railwaymen), who have participated in the meeting have provided a brief about the discussions held in the meeting which is published in NFIR website. The Text of the same is as follows.
1. Grant of MACP in the promotional hierarchy:
The Staff Side (NFIR) insisted that option be given to inpidual employee in this regard to facilitate him/her to opt for availing benefit of financial upgradation.
After discussion it was agreed to examine in depth for finding solution
2. Date of effect of MACP Scheme
The desirability of giving effect to the MACP Scheme w.e.f. 01/01/2006 will be examined.
3. Counting of total temporary status Casual Labour service for reckoning 10/20/30 years under MACP Scheme:
Official Side stated that this will be processed separately.
4. Treatment of employees selected under LDCE/GDCE Scheme:
In the light of the instructions issued when the ACP Scheme was introduced,the same policy be adopted and accordingly orders will be issued.In other words,those inducted through LDCE/GDCE Scheme, such induction may be counted as appointment and will not be reckoned as promotion.
5. Problems faced in the identical Grade Pay:
It was agreed to issue instructions for granting additional increment for fixation of Pay in case of promotion to the same Grade Pay. Instructions in this regard will be issued to Ministry of Railways etc..
6. Financial Upgradation under MACPS, in the case of staff who joined another Unit/Organisation on request:
The Staff Side (NFIR) has pointed out that OM dated 01/11/2010 should be suitably amended covering the staff who were transferred on request on reversion to the Unit/Organisation so that the total service rendered in the previous Unit/Organisation may be counted for MACPS. It was agreed to consider
7. Extension of benefit of MACPS to an employee appointed in Grade where direct recruitment element is there while ignoring service and promotion rendered prior to his appointment in that post:
Official Side reiterated that suitable clarification N o.5 of OM dated 09/09/2010 was already issued.staff side stated that this will be checked up.
8. Stepping up of Pay of Senior incumbents at par with Junior incumbents as a consequence of ACP/MACPS:
Staff Side (NFIR) has explained the case of gross injustice done, more particularly in the Accounts Department of Indian Railways wherein the incumbents who cleared the Appendix examination are drawing less pay than those who could not qualify the said examination and got the benefit of MACPS. The staff side (NFIR) insisted that this situation is leading to de-motivation among the qualified staff and urged for rectifying the anomalies is. It was agreed to consider and Ministry of Railways advised to send the proposal
9. Employees who got one promotion prior to 01/09/2008 and completed over two decades of service without benefit of promotion and are denied third ACP under MACPS:
After discussion Official Side agreed that this is a peculiar situation and assured to take action for remedying the situation. The Staff Side (NFIR) has insisted that in such cases third ACP should be straight away given to the staff from the date subsequent to the date of completion of two decades of service after first promotion.
Official Side appreciated the logic and reasonableness and agreed to consider.
10. Modification of recruitment rules particularly in Railways and upgradation granted by abolition of Pay scale – Implementation of MACPS:
The Staff Side (NFIR) explained that in the Railways the lower Pay Scales were abolished and posts were upgraded to the higher Pay Scales with revision of recruitment qualification and designation. In such cases the Staff Side insisted that entry Grade Pay as a result of upgradation subsequent to abolition of lower Pay Scale s should be taken into consideration for reckoning 10/20/30 years of service for granting MACP Official Side has agreed to obtain details from Ministry of Railways for issuing appropriate clarification. In the mean while,Railway Board will have discussion with the Staff Side separately so that appropriate proposal could be sent to the DoP&T.
11. Placement of staff as a result of upgradation of posts:
The Staff Side (NFIR) insisted that such placements should not be considered as promotion for the purpose of grant of financial upgradation under MACP Scheme. Official Side stated that this will be examined.