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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Requirement of Life Certificate at the time of first credit of pension: CPAO's Instructions

Requirement of Life Certificate at the time of first credit of pension: CPAO's Instructions

Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
Central Pension Accounting Office
Trilkoot-II, Bhikaji Cama Place
New Delhi
CPAO/Tech/Life Certificate/2014-15/
28.07.2014
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: – Requirement of Life Certificate at the time of first credit of pension.
It has been observed that banks insist on the pensioners to physically appear in the bank to prove their existence to enable the bank authorities to issue Life Certificate before commencing first payment of pension. In this context, as per existing arrangement no provision of submission of life certificate at the time of First credit of pension is available. Moreover, as conveyed by this office OM No. CPAO/Tech/Simplification/2014-15/19 dated-28.05.2014 (copy enclosed) physical appearance in the paying branch is no longer required even for identification of pensioner. The bank has to identify the pensioner with reference to the information already available with bank obtained through KYC at the time of opening of bank account.

AIRF memorandum to 7th CPC: Interim Relief 25% of total Pay, 100% DA Merger from Jan, 14 with other demands

AIRF has submitted memorandum to 7th CPC and in the preface of the memorandum AIRF has requested to Seventh Pay Commission: 

(i) To grant of an Interim Relief of 25% of total pay and merger of 100% DA from 1st January, 2014 to all Central Government employees; 

(ii) To consider our submissions in this memorandum favorably in respect of the Pay, Allowances, facilities, Service Conditions and Pensionary Benefits of Central Government employees and past & future pensioners.

AIRF's memorandum to 7th CPC:-
INDEX
S.No. CHAPTER NUMBER SUBJECT Page No.
1. - PREFACE
2. 1 INTRODUCTION
3. 2 EMPLOYMENT UNDER INDIAN RAILWAYS
4. 3 MODERNISATION OF THE INDIAN RAILWAYS
5. 4 PRINCIPLES OF DETERMINATION OF PAY STRUCTURE
6. 5 ALLOWANCES & ADVANCES
7. 6 FACILITIES
8. 7 RETIREMENT BENEFITS
9. 8 TRANSPORTATION(OPTG. DEPTT.)

Shortage of TTEs in Railways: Rajya Sabha Q&A

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF  RAILWAYS
RAJYA SABHA
QUESTION NO  1946
ANSWERED ON  25.07.2014
Shortage of TTEs
1946 Shri T.K. Rangarajan
Will the Minister of RAILWAYS be pleased to satate :-

(a) the total sanctioned strength of TTEs in Railways;

(b) whether there is a shortage of TTEs at present; and

(c) if so, the shortage position; zone-wise?

ANSWER
 
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (SHRI MANOJ SINHA)

BPS supplementary memorandum to 7th CPC-With 100% rise in DA/DR the ratio between minimum maximum pension has reached 1:25.7

 BPS supplementary memorandum to 7th CPC-With 100% rise in DA/DR the ratio between minimum maximum pension has reached 1: 25.7

 No. SG/BPS/Supli. memo/7CPC/2
Dated : 30. 07.2014

Supplementary Memorandum to 7th CPC
Discrimination  & Disparities caused by 6th CPC
(With 100% rise in DA/DR  the ratio between minimum maximum pension has reached  1: 25.7)
1. Widening of disparity in income & wealth due to Minimum Maximum Salary Ratio raised to 1:12: The minimum maximum salary ratio which had come down to 1:8 in 1996(Para 2.2.16 sixth CPC report)  which in conformity with  preamble to Constitution  should have further gone down, but was increased to 1:12 by the sixth CPC, overlooking the spirit of Indian constitutions. As pension is directly proportionate to Salary widening of minimum maximum salary ratio created vast disparity in income & wealth of highest & lowest paid . Minimum guaranteed Pension is 50% of the revised basic salary. As is clear from Para 2.1.12 to 2.1.15 of 6th CPC recommendations, while drawing comparison of Group A civil service officers’ pay packages  with that of  Public & private Sectors, VI th CPC did not accounted for service security , powers enjoyed & the latent benefits. This resulted in recommendation of disproportionate package at highest level, raising   minimum maximum salary ratio to 1:12. Consequestly with 100% rise in DA/DR  the ratio between minimum maximum pension has reached  1: 25.7causing Vast disparity in income & wealth of lowest & highest paid in civil services (Minimum salary Rs 7000 & Max. Rs 90000 of cab. Secy . Lowest Pension with DR =Rs 7000 & highest Pension with DR Rs 180000/)

Application of Defence Services Pension Regulation Act by SBI, Kolkata questioned in Rajyasabha

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF  FINANCE
RAJYA SABHA
QUESTION NO  1444
ANSWERED ON  22.07.2014
Application of Defence Services Pension Regulation Act by SBI, Kolkata
1444 Shri Mahendra Singh Mahra
Will the Minister of FINANCE be pleased to satate :-

(a) whether any Pan India organisation of ex-servicemen has raised an instance of doctoring of Government Guidelines arbitrarily by official of State Bank of India (SBI), Kolkata Circle in Defence Service Pension Regulation Act, Pt.-II appendix XVIII Page-152;

(b) if so, the circumstances under which such act was done and what remedial action has been taken by the bank to mitigate the hardships faced by the ex-servicemen re-employed in the SBI in Kolkata Circle; and

(c) the action taken by the bank against the concerned officials?
ANSWER    
THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE (SMT. NIRMALA SITHARAMAN)

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