Disparity in Pay Scale between Secretariat and field offices – Supreme Court Judgement in CA Nos. 913-914 of 2021 dated 31.08.2021
Supreme Court refuses to discharge DOPT Secretary from contempt case for violating order on promotion of Central government employees
Government Employees becomes ineligible for pension under the Central Civil Services Pension Rules (CCS Pension Rules) when he resigns – Supreme Court Rules
Retirees and employees who are members of the Employees Pension Scheme, 1995 have filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court against the Centre and the Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), which administers the scheme. They are demanding the squashing of a 2014 amendment and 2017 circular which they say has excluded thousands from receiving…
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court yesterday said that the National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP), which deals with pensions for elderly and other issues, was “prima facie” a good scheme but there were “huge gaps” in its implementation which needed to be filled. A bench of justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta said that the…
Hon’ble Supreme Court rules that A person cannot be deprived of Retirement Benefit without the authority of law and that executive instructions are not having statutory character and, therefore, cannot be termed as “law” within the meaning of aforesaid Article 300 A
Voluntary Retirement claim can be rejected by Govt in the public interest – Apex Court decision setting aside High Court Order on VRS
Supreme Court judgement on Regularisation of Casual Labour – Apex Court observes that if casual labour had completed 10 years on the effective date of Regularisation Rules he/she should be regularised – Regularisation may also be considered if casual labour completed 10 years of service with no misconduct
Another government employee Reena Tiwari posted in the basic education department said that the reservation in the promotion is unfair.
Present system of SC/ST Reservation to Continue in Central Government till the issue on Test of Backwardness in SC/ST Reservation similar to OBC Reservation to be decided by Constitutional Bench of Supreme Court
JCM has requested the Central Government to kindly take appropriate steps to implement the above judgment in its true perspective so as to ensure better health care to the Central Government Employees and Pensioners.
In a bid to protect retired public servants from “unnecessary harassment” in claiming reimbursements under the CGHS, the Supreme Court has asked the Centre to “expeditiously” set up a high-powered committee to disburse claims in a month.