Interaction meeting with 7th Central Pay Commission
Interaction meeting with 7th Central Pay Commission on INDWF memorandum – INDWF writes to 7th Pay Commission
Indian National Defence Workers Federation
Ref: INDWF/VII CPC/Proposals/2014
Date : 8.8.2014
VII Central Pay Commission
Sub: Interaction meeting with 7th Central Pay Commission on INDWF memorandum – reg.
Indian National Defence Workers Federation is one of the constituents of National Council JCM representing the Central Government employees including Defence. On behalf of National Council JCM being one of the constituent organisations have prepared a common memorandum consisting on the issues of Pay and Allowances and Terminal Benefits as well as retirement benefits etc., for which we are also party and unanimously accepted.
On the issues pertaining of Defence Civilian Employees to which this Federation is representing a separate memorandum has been prepared and submitted to the VII Central Pay Commission and was sent by e-mail as well as hard copy was handed over to the commission on 30.07.2014 at the office of VII CPC for consideration.
Defence Civilian employees consisting around 3.75 Lakhs next to the Indian Railways which is the second largest Central Government employees in India. These employees are mostly covered under the Factories Act and working in Industrial Establishments such as Ordnance Factories, DRDO, EME, AOC, MES, DGOA, DGAQA, Airforce, Navy, Army installations including Technical, Clerical, Store keeping, Scientific, Paramedical, Teaching Staff, Security, Fire Staff and so on.
The Defence Civilian Staff are considered as fourth Arm of the Defence force in India and working side by side alongwith service personnels of the Armed Forces.
To consider the unique activities of the Defence Civilian employees we have proposed certain improvement and grant of benefit to Defence Civilian at par with service employees by the Pay Commission for a discussion alongwith the representatives fo the concerned Departmental category. The interaction meeting may also be convened for explaining the case of miscellaneous and isolate categories.
We request you to kindly consider to give dates for us in advance in a month’s time keeping in mind the holidays during the period to prepare ourselves to meet the Pay Commission. If the tentative dates are conveyed to us it will enable us to keep our other programmes accordingly so as to keep time spared for the meeting the commission.