Tuesday, July 31, 2007

BSF Presentation to CPC

Recently, while surfing the internet, I found a web page exclusively for BSF's demand and presentation to the Sixth Pay Commission (CPC). This page has a presentation and suggestions made by the DG BSF to the CPC and I found it very interesting and informative. It has some facts which probably none of us might be aware of. The best part is the page is the 101 point recommendations to the Sixth Pay Commission by the BSF. Some of the points are very interesting and applies to other categories of the employees also. It also has employees perception survey and a questionnaire about the hardship of the policemen face.
Visit this page here.

1 comment:

  1. Arun Kumar10:03 AM

    Manisha your blog is very good source of information to people eager to know about the happenings in the SPC. Thank You very much for all your efforts. Some information from the news papers is posted for the benefit of the people.
    SC staff to be covered by Pay panel
    NEW DELHI: The Centre on Thursday said salaries of Supreme Court employees will also come under the purview of the Sixth Central Pay Commission, which is set up to review the wages of government staff.

    "The Union Cabinet has given its approval to amend the terms of reference of Sixth Central Pay Commission that will now cover the employees of the Supreme Court while making recommendations," Minister of Information and Broadcasting Priyaranjan Dasmunshi told reporters after the Cabinet meeting.

    Constituted last year, the four-member Commission has been asked to submit its report within 18 months. Also, it has to look into the desirability and need to sanction interim relief, if any, till the time its recommendations are submitted and accepted by the government.

    Under its terms of reference, the Commission is to make recommendations for pension and gratuity for employees appointed prior to January 1, 2004, as those recruited after this date are covered under the defined contributory pension scheme.

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