Friday, October 12, 2007

Another News Item about CPC

These days Newspaper across the country, publishing News item about Six Pay Commission and its recommendations. Speculative reports about how much increase in the pay of the Central Government Employees will be as well other allowances and other effects are being continuously published. After Deccan Herald and Malayala Manorama in Kerala, its now turn of the Hindi News Papers Amar Ujala and Rajasthan Patrika. Amar Ujala has published a special report yesterday and Rajathan Patrika has published article on the same line today. These News item in Hindi News Papers only confirm various information already in the circulation among employees. Some of the Fine prints of the reports are :

  • Retirement Age is going to be 62 years
  • Basic salary will be increased by 100-150%
  • Net effect will be 30-40% only
  • Lowest salary will be more than Rs.10000
  • Government has asked the commission to give its report early
  • Child Education allowance will be Rs.200-300
  • HRA increased by 15% i.e. 45%
  • Less Government Holidays
  • Six day week office working
  • Pay of Cabinet Secretary will be One Lac

Till final report comes, you will see more and more such News Items in various news paper.

Read Amar Ujala news article at http://www.amarujala.com/Vishesh/detail.asp?newsid=4962518

10 comments:

  1. That's welcome news if its true. But one should debate the diff of salary of lowest paid employee and highest paid cabinet secretaries. Does not lowest paid employee have the right to eat good, entertain, feed their childrens in comparism to those highly paid officers.

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  2. Anonymous5:57 PM

    All these reports are baseless. Many newspapers are simply trying to increase their circulation by publishing such sensational reports.Unless the pay commission comes out with its report nothing can be said.The proposed pay scales and other charts are nothing but a figment of babus' imagination.

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  3. Anonymous10:02 AM

    http://www.rediff.com/money/2007/oct/17pay.htm

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  4. Anonymous11:16 AM

    Have a look at this also..
    http://www.business-standard.com/economy/storypage.php?leftnm=3&subLeft=1&chklogin=N&autono=301505&tab=r

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  5. Well done. Keep it up & provide us upto date information above CPC.

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  6. Anonymous5:21 PM

    SHOCKING...
    Read this....

    http://in.news.yahoo.com/071008/139/6lo9i.html

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  7. Anonymous4:40 PM

    Yes feeling very glad while reading the scales of of babus as it looks very high. But infact these are the things like " Hathi ke Dant khane ke Orr , or dikhane ke orr" Jaya said.

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  8. Anonymous2:04 PM

    The newspapers are making news and nothing is coming out truly in return for the Govt. Babus. Newspaper journalists are making sensational news only at the cost of dying Govt. employees. Govt. and Justice Sri Krishna is taking time so that more Govt. servants can die before getting their arrears and pay commission which will reduce the burden of the Govt. Is this fair in democracy? Already two years has passed and the last pay commission was before 12 years. In every 10 years the Govt. servants should get one pay commission.

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  9. jagad8:11 PM

    Even these imaginary / presumed pay scales reflects that the high ranking officers i.e., above the level of joint secretaries are reaping the benefits, devoring the industrious labour of the group C employes who are actual menders of the ground work, execution and implementation of the govenrment schemes in real sence. What a pity? Long live beauracrats.

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  10. Pay scales of engineers working in the field i.e. JE,SE,SSE are shockingly poor. Efficient & capable engineers may leave the govt. job.

    S.Mukherjee

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