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krishnan09
15-03-2010, 09:27 PM
The following points may kindly be considered for the NAC meeting scheduled to be held on 27th March, 2010 keeping in view of the sorrowful condition of clerifical staff in the field offices.


The Pay Commission vide para 3.1.15 suggested separate recruitment to the Ministerial cadres in the field offices with a view to fill up all future recruitments in the pay scale of Rs.6500-10,500 corresponding to the revised pay band PB-2 along with grade pay of Rs.4200 for every field office and they be made as Executive Assistant . And for Direct recruitment, the commission suggested the candidates should possess minimum qualification of a Graduate degree and one year diploma in Computers.

The present posts in the field offices are Lower Division Clerk, Upper Division Clerk and Head Clerk. Most of them are Postgraduates with Diploma in computers/PGDCA. At present the LDC (pre-revised 3050-4590), UDC (pre-revised 4000-6000) and Head clerk (pre-4500-7000) and given Grade 1900, 2400 and 2800 respectively. The major work in the field offices are dealt by these categories. Whereas the pay commission has suggested Grade pay of RS.4200 for future Executive Assitants with lesser qualification (graduation +one year diploma only).

Further, the clerical staffs were demoralized by merging with the 4th standard/illiterates Group D employees in PB-1 without any suggestion from pay commission. Though the pay commission suggested only grade pay of 1300 alone to the Group D initially, the government raised the GP to 1800/1900. Whereas no increase has been made to the Clerical staff in the Grade pay and made in a very sorrowful condition by merging with these Postgraduated graduated clerical staff with illiterates/4th Standard people. It is imperative to reconsider their grade pay/designation keeping in view of their qualification/nature of work as under:

1. All the existing LDCs/UDCs/Head Clerks may be elevated to Executive Assistants with effect from 1.1.2006 with grade pay of Rs.4200/- as a one time measure in the field offices by restructuring the posts as directed by Ministry of Finance vie OM No.AB.14017/61/2008-Estt(RR) dated 24th March,2009 in a time bound way.

2.Till such time all the above three pre revised (3050, 4000, and 4500) be merged with a separate Pay Band (+PB-1) and grand them grade pay of Rs.2800 w.e.f. 1.1.2006
3. All the existing existing Group D be put together in a separate Pay Band (-PB-1) and continue to give them Grade pay of Rs.1800/1900.

R K Rao
15-03-2010, 10:37 PM
The following points may kindly be considered for the NAC meeting scheduled to be held on 27th March, 2010 keeping in view of the sorrowful condition of clerifical staff in the field offices.


The Pay Commission vide para 3.1.15 suggested separate recruitment to the Ministerial cadres in the field offices with a view to fill up all future recruitments in the pay scale of Rs.6500-10,500 corresponding to the revised pay band PB-2 along with grade pay of Rs.4200 for every field office and they be made as Executive Assistant . And for Direct recruitment, the commission suggested the candidates should possess minimum qualification of a Graduate degree and one year diploma in Computers.

The present posts in the field offices are Lower Division Clerk, Upper Division Clerk and Head Clerk. Most of them are Postgraduates with Diploma in computers/PGDCA. At present the LDC (pre-revised 3050-4590), UDC (pre-revised 4000-6000) and Head clerk (pre-4500-7000) and given Grade 1900, 2400 and 2800 respectively. The major work in the field offices are dealt by these categories. Whereas the pay commission has suggested Grade pay of RS.4200 for future Executive Assitants with lesser qualification (graduation +one year diploma only).

Further, the clerical staffs were demoralized by merging with the 4th standard/illiterates Group D employees in PB-1 without any suggestion from pay commission. Though the pay commission suggested only grade pay of 1300 alone to the Group D initially, the government raised the GP to 1800/1900. Whereas no increase has been made to the Clerical staff in the Grade pay and made in a very sorrowful condition by merging with these Postgraduated graduated clerical staff with illiterates/4th Standard people. It is imperative to reconsider their grade pay/designation keeping in view of their qualification/nature of work as under:

1. All the existing LDCs/UDCs/Head Clerks may be elevated to Executive Assistants with effect from 1.1.2006 with grade pay of Rs.4200/- as a one time measure in the field offices by restructuring the posts as directed by Ministry of Finance vie OM No.AB.14017/61/2008-Estt(RR) dated 24th March,2009 in a time bound way.

2.Till such time all the above three pre revised (3050, 4000, and 4500) be merged with a separate Pay Band (+PB-1) and grand them grade pay of Rs.2800 w.e.f. 1.1.2006
3. All the existing existing Group D be put together in a separate Pay Band (-PB-1) and continue to give them Grade pay of Rs.1800/1900.

Dear Krishnan Sir,

A correct and sympathetic represenation of the plight of these neglected category - Surely a tear appears in our eyes when we read that a Class IV staff has been brought in level with a clerial staff dealing with almost all improtant office matters. What did this category do to deserve this injustice and downgradation?. I hope (rather pray) that these are heard by the right people and acted upon so that immediate remedial action is taken.

On behalf of all those affected, a BIG THANK YOU, Sir.

[ The only cribbing if your suggestion in the last para is implemented will be that of the people in 4500 pay who are already getting 2800 and they will declare injustice if a LDC gets it and they get no raise ]

Regards, Sir

RK Rao

krishnan09
16-03-2010, 06:26 AM
Dear Mr.Rao
No injustice will be there for the pre4500 in the event of merging/implementation of my suggestion because their pay according to the service will be protected by way of bunching benefit for every two stages as already assured and included in the R.P.Rules, 2008. These method has already been given in 6th cpc itself for other cadres.
krishnan

prasannakumar
16-03-2010, 09:50 AM
Sirs,
The nature of work of group D has not been changed even after their "upgradation" to C whereas, others have to acquaint/update their skills to cope up with the changing nature of work.

Here, I have a doubt. whether writing of confidential reports to the upgraded "Group C" is necessary otherwise, as stated this would be an injustice to other cadres

Regards
Prasanna Kumar