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Sixth Pay commission – towards realizing

Posted by Irus on August 21, 2008

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From paper to practicePresentation of 6th CPC Report to the Finance Minister of India

Today the sixth pay commission report as approved by the cabinet has been handed over to DOPT (Department of Personnel and Training) for its implementation.

some highlights of latest developments are

  1. Uniform Date of increment (July).
  2. Reduction in HRA for senior officers in A1 Cities, to bring parity with market rents in metros.
  3. De-merging of Grade Pays of Group B & C employees (which were earlier merged)

Updates from the States

The state governments seem to have been jolted awake with the elections coming closer. After Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu, Uttarkhand and more recently Sikkim have constituted pay panels.

In Sikkim The Chief Minister Pawan Chamling said that the State Government will soon implement Sixth Pay Commission in the State.

Where as in Uttarakhand government is considering a strategy to implement the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations in the hill state for its employees.

The government has constituted a high-powered two-member committee headed by former union petroleum and natural gas secretary Sushil Kumar Tripathi.

At present, the state government has 160,000 employees even as 65,000 jobs are lying vacant. In case these posts are filled, the government will require Rs 1,500 crore every year.

The government has come under considerable pressure after the Uttar Pradesh government announced its decision to implement the sixth pay panel recommendations. The state employees are hoping that they will get a hike of 25 per cent.

The main task of the committee will be to devise ways and means for the implementation of the sixth pay commission report in the hill state.

 

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Some of the regular Readers have been eager to know various aspects in which pay commission which will personally impact them. Such information as soon as available and authenticated will be posted here.   

for now the pay scales are expected to be these https://surispace.wordpress.com/2008/02/12/sixth-pay-commission-expected-payscales/ 

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Pioneering Work by Delhi Police

Posted by Irus on October 5, 2007

9.

GODHULI

Adoption of senior citizens by school children.

To take care of senior citizen.

As and when required.

 

Ghoduli – This is the entry i came across on the website of Delhi Police. I’m amazed that such an innovative idea could come from Delhi Police bureaucrats!

Building on this is another scheme where profiles of senior citizens staying in old age homes are prepared and filed for perusal by young adopters of elderly. Yes you read it right grand children are now adopting grand parents – and loving it!

The program since it’s inception sometime back has been a great success with 200 senior citizens being adopted in various families in the City.

The youngsters get the love, affection and experience of wizened grandparents and the latter get a place to call their home and and a family.

Is the society which hitherto wanted nuclear families at any cost and dumped anyone within a shadow of the word old, really becoming sensitive?

Is this truly the Ageless Generation ?

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