Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah gave a strong indication to state government employees on Thursday when he hinted at setting up a pay panel to explore the possibility of salary hike that would benefit about 6.40 lakh employees.
7th Pay Commission Notification for Delhi State Govt Employees – Adoption of the Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules 2016.
7th Pay Commission Pay for Delhi State Govt Employees – 7th CPC recommendations meant for Central Govt Employees adopted by Delhi State Government for its employees
The UP Govt employees strike is likely to cripple working of major departments like education, horticulture, health, public works, social welfare, food and civil supplies.
The implication of this judgement will be that all the promotions made under the rules of 2002 are non est (invalid) in the eyes of law and will be reverted and the gradation lists of various departments will have to be redrawn as prior to the enactment of rules of 2002.
Dearness Allowance for Karnataka State Government Employees revised from the existing 32.5% to 36% Basic Pay with effect from 1st January 2016.
The increase in Dearness Allowance for Tamilnadu State Govt Pensioners shall be paid in cash to the Pensioners / Family Pensioners with effect from 1-1-2016
The installment of DA shall be paid in cash to all Haryana government employees with the salary for April to be paid in May, a Haryana Govt official spokesman said here on Wednesday.
Increase in Dearness Allowance from January 2016 at the rate of 6%, will be paid in cash to the State Government Employees with effect from 1-1-2016
The increased Dearness Allowance (DA) would be paid in cash from April 1. Dearness Relief (DR) for the pensioners has also been increased by six per cent. The DA hike would be effective from January 1, 2016, a release said.
“14 promises were made for the welfare of state employees in election manifesto but not a single promise has so far been fulfilled by the government, therefore, we will hold a dharna near the assembly on March 29,” President of the Federation Gajendra Singh Rathore said.
However, the sad reality is that the functioning of most state government offices is plagued by chronic absenteeism and the lack of work ethics. The ‘mai-baap sarkar’ culture continues to pervade among majority of government employees with citizens being at the receiving end.
The lumpsum amount payable under Tamil Nadu Government Servants’ Family Security Fund Scheme shall be enhanced to Rs.3,00,000/- This shall take effect from 1-2-2016.
Tamilnadu Government has issued Abstract for Enhancement of lumpsum payment from Rs.1,50,000/- to Rs.3,00,000/-
The ongoing indefinite strike by the government employees and officials across the State has seriously affected the ‘services’ being extended by the government departments to the public on Thursday also.