Karnatakacoc news on Allowances committee report expect in November 2016 -7th Pay Commission allowances – confederation prepares for strike
7th Pay Commission Allowances – Atomic Energy Employees writes to Govt writes to Finance Ministry requesting a meeting to discuss about enhancing of Allowances
7th Pay Commission Allowances – Committee to examine the Allowances to be continued in the Railways
7th Pay Commission Allowances Committee Meeting decided to get the views of Staff Side JCM on common allowances and suggestions of department specific allowances will be obtained from concerned Ministries
Ministry of Finance OM on Bonus Calculation ceiling increase to Rs. 7000 for Central Government Employees enhanced to Rs. 7000 with effect from 2014-15
7th Pay Commission Allowances expected in October 2016 – The 7th Pay Commission Allowances Committee is likely to submit its report by September
Govt has formed a committee to examine the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission relating to all 196 allowances. Here is an analysis on why Common allowances should not be clubbed with other allowances
7th Pay Commission has recommended that more than fifty Allowances are to be abolished. It has also provided its recommendations relating certain important allowances such as Fixed Medical Allowance applicable to Pensioners to the effect that there is no need for revising those allowances.
Besides recommending that 52 allowances be abolished, the 7th pay Commission suggested that another 36 be subsumed in an existing allowance or in new allowances it proposed.
7th Pay Commission had earlier assumed that DA from January 2016 as 125% for revision of pay and allowances of Central Government Employees – DA orders issued by Govt with effect from 1st January 2016
Serving (State/Central) Government servants, Semi Government/ Autonomous Bodies, Employees paid from the Consolidated Fund of India or through Grants-in-aid are treated as Official Members.
Ministry of Railways has issued Circular revising allowance which is paid in lieu of Running room facilities, Shunting Duty Allowance, Trip Allowance and Commercial duty Allowance by 25% with effect from 01.01.2011 consequent upon increase in the rate of DA to 51%.
Railway Board has advised Zonal Units to recover the Transport Allowance of Rs. 7000 plus DA paid to officers drawing Grade Pay of Rs.10000/- under NFU Scheme as they are not eligible for the same
Pay Commmision has studied all allowances with respect to the need for its continuation, how many employees are getting such allowance and quantum of the allowance
7th CPC refrain from the issue pertaining to payment of Running Allowance (Kilometerage Allowances and ALK). It feels that it is best left to the Railway Administration, since from time immemorial, the kilometerage entitlements/rates are decided through bi-lateral discussions between Railway Board and Federations.