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  • Sunday, 19 November 2017

    7th Pay Commission: Employees may not get good news on pay hike soon

    New Delhi: The long wait of central government employees for new pay hike may not end soon.
    FM Arun Jaitley figured out the best way to relieve pressure to form the National Anomaly Committee.
    The National Anomaly Committee (NAC) is expected to hold a meeting soon to discuss various points regarding the pay irregularities arising out of the 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations.
    The 22-member NAC panel is headed by Ajay Mittal, Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) is likely to submit its report on pay irregularities to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in December.
    A letter of Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) dated 30.10.2017 addressed to Shiv Gopal Mishra, Secretary, Staff Side, National Council JCM stating that the demand for increase in minimum Pay and fitment formula do not appear to be treated as an anomaly, therefore, these do not come under the purview of National Anomaly Committee (NAC).
    Finance minister Arun Jaitley had agreed to resolve the problems of minimum pay hike of central government employees, who had met representatives of several central government employees’ unions leaders on June 30, 2016 for almost two hours in home minister Rajnath Singh’s house with other two cabinet ministers—Rajnath Singh and Suresh Prabhu and assured them a high level committee would look into the increasing minimum Pay and fitment formula.
    Jaitley’s assurance had prevented several central government employees’ unions to go indefinite strike from July 11, 2016.
    Jaitley had promised to hike minimum pay after discussions with all stakeholders, so the government was under mounting pressure to form a high level pay hike committee and Jaitley figured out the best way to relieve pressure to form the National Anomaly Committee headed by Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) in September, 2016 to look into pay anomalies arising out of the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations.
    “The high level committee has not yet been constituted. The National Anomaly Committee (NAC) has also not discussed pay hike agenda even though staff Side has repeatedly demanded discussion and settlement as per the assurance given by Union Finance Minister,” a central government employees’ leader told us.
    However, a top Finance Ministry official, who did not wish to be named told The Sen Times here today, “The National Anomaly Committee (NAC) is the high level committee and the government’s argument that the case of increase in minimum Pay and fitment formula, a jurisdictional dispute, which is beyond the purview of the National Anomaly Committee (NAC).”
    “Cases where there is a dispute about the definition of “anomaly” and those where there is a disagreement between the staff side and the official side of NAC on the anomaly will be referred to and “arbitrator” to be appointed out of a panel of names proposed by the two sides. However, this arbitration will not be a part of the JCM Scheme,” he added.
    The unions have been demanding minimum pay Rs 26,000, higher than the Rs 18,000 approved by the cabinet on June 29, 2016 on the 7th Pay Commission’s report and asked to raising fitment factor 3.68 times from 2.57 times.
    The sources said “ government may to go ahead for hike in minimum pay Rs 21,000 from Rs 18,000 and fitment factor may be raised 3.00 times from 2.57 times uniformly in next financial year.”
    Earlier, the government gave nod the 7th Pay Commission proposal of minimum basic pay from Rs 7,000 to Rs 18,000 per month while the maximum basic pay from Rs 80,000 to Rs 2.5 lakh with a fitment factor of 2.57 times uniformly of sixth pay commission’s basic pay.

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