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7th Pay Commission: Recommendations of AK Mathur-headed panel on allowances- In Retrospect

Key highlights of recommendations of AK Mathur-headed 7th Pay Commission on allowances.

New Delhi: A high-level committee, headed by finance secretary Ashok Lavasa, which was asked to examine the 7th Pay Commission recommendation on allowances, is likely to submit its final report to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley this week.

The final recommendations on allowances will benefit over 47 lakh central government employees and 53 lakh pensioners.


The Lavasa Committee was constituted in June last year after the government implemented the recommendation of the 7th Pay Commission.
Below are the highlights of recommendations of AK Mathur-headed 7th Pay Commission on allowances 

(19 November 2015)
The Commission has recommended abolishing 52 allowances altogether. Another 36 allowances have been abolished as separate identities, but subsumed either in an existing allowance or in newly proposed allowances. Allowances relating to Risk and Hardship will be governed by the proposed Risk and Hardship Matrix.

Risk and Hardship Allowance: Allowances relating to Risk and Hardship will be governed by the newly proposed nine-cell Risk and Hardship Matrix, with one extra cell at the top, viz., RH-Max to include Siachen Allowance.
The current Siachen Allowance per month and the revised rates recommended are as follows:

 PresentProposed
1Service OfficersRs 21,000Rs 31,500
3JCO/ORsRs 14,000Rs 21,000

This would be the ceiling for risk/hardship allowances and there would be no individual RHA with an amount higher than this allowance.

  • House Rent Allowance (HRA): Since the Basic Pay has been revised upwards, the Commission recommends that HRA be paid at the rate of 24 percent, 16 percent and 8 percent of the new Basic Pay for Class X, Y and Z cities respectively. The Commission also recommends that the rate of HRA will be revised to 27 percent, 18 percent and 9 percent respectively when DA crosses 50 percent, and further revised to 30 percent, 20 percent and 10 percent when DA crosses 100 percent.
  • In the case of PBORs of Defence, CAPFs and Indian Coast Guard compensation for housing is presently limited to the authorised married establishment hence many users are being deprived. The HRA coverage has now been expanded to cover all.
  • Any allowance not mentioned in the report shall cease to exist.
  • Emphasis has been placed on simplifying the process of claiming allowances

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Contact details of postal life insurance in all states

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The Headquarter of Postal Life Insurance is located at : 
Directorate of Postal Life Insurance Chanakyapuri P.O. Complex, 1st Floor, New Delhi–110 021.
Toll Free Number: 18001805232 
Ph: 011-24673177 
FAX: 011-24100358,26876809 
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Andhra Pradesh
O/o CPMG, A.P. Circle, Dak Sadan, Abids, Hyderabad 500 001.
1800-11-5699,
040-23463606
ddmpliapco@gmail.com
APS Directorate
C/o 56 APO
1800-11-5699,26140257
jdpli@armypost.nic.in
Assam
O/o CPMG, Assam Circle, Meghdoot Bhawan, Guwahati 781 001.
1800-34-5305,0361-2547385
pli_assam@yahoo.co.in
Bihar
O/o CPMG, Bihar Circle, GPO Complex, Patna 800 001.
1800-34-56107,0612-2225020
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Chhattisgarh
O/o CPMG, Chhattishgarh Circle, Raipur 492 001.
1800-23-31614,0771-2236388
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Delhi
O/o CPMG, Delhi Circle, Meghdoot Bhawan, Link Road, New Delhi-110001.
1800-11-5232,011-23620831
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Gujarat
O/o CPMG, Gujarat Circle, Khanpur, Ahmedabad 380 001
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Himachal Pradesh
O/o CPMG, H.P. Circle, Kaithu, Shimla 171 009.
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Haryana
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J & K
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Jharkhand
O/o CPMG, Jharkhand Circle, Ranchi 834 002
1800-345-6058,0651-2480112
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Karnataka
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1800-425-0232,080-22862223
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Kerala
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Madhya Pradesh
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Maharashtra
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North-East
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Orissa
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Punjab
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Rajasthan
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Tamil Nadu
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Statewise List – Gramin Dak Sevak Dates &Vacancies

You can find the list of vacancies for all 23 states from the below table. For detailed information about Gramin Dak Seva Recruitment of your state, you can download the Official notification from the link provided in the table.
S.No
States
Total
Vacancies
Last Date
to Apply
 Official
Notification
for Each State
 1.
Andhra Pradesh
1126
19.04.2017
 2.
Telangana
645
19.04.2017
3. 
Jharkhand
256
03.05.2017
4.
Madhya
Pradesh
 1859
02.05.2017
5.
Odisha
1072
26.04.2017
6. 
Rajasthan
1577
03.05.2017
7. 
Gujarat
1912
11.05.2017
8. 
Uttar Pradesh
0
9. 
West Bengal
0
 –
10. 
Uttarakhand
579
18.05.2017
11. 
Tamil Nadu
128
09.05.2017
12. 
Punjab
620
11.05.2017
13. 
Maharashtra
1789
06.05.2017
14. 
Kerala
0
15.
Karnataka
1048
08.05.2017
16. 
Delhi
16
08.05.2017
17. 
Jharkhand
256
03.05.2017
18. 
Himachal
Pradesh
391
02.05.2017
19. 
Haryana
438
05.05.2017
20. 
Bihar
0
 –
21. 
Chattisgarh
123
05.05.2017
22. 
Assam
467
06.05.2017
23. 
North East
0
 –

Given below is the Category-wise for all states.

Categorywise List – Gramin Dak Sevak Vacancies

Telangana:
UR → 356, OBC → 151, SC → 86, ST → 52, Total → 645
Andhra Pradesh:
UR → 625, OBC → 284, SC → 126, ST → 91, Total → 1126
Jharkhand:
UR → 157, OBC → 29, SC → 24, ST → 46, Total → 256
Madhya Pradesh
UR → 732, OBC → 301, SC → 309, ST → 517, Total → 1859
Odisha
UR → 582, OBC → 97, SC → 157, ST → 236, Total → 1072
Rajasthan
UR → 919, OBC → 133, SC → 246, ST → 279, Total → 1577
Gujarat
UR → 1056, OBC → 467, SC → 87, ST → 302, Total → 1912 
Uttarakhand
UR → 357, OBC → 82, SC → 121, ST → 19 Total → 579 
Tamil Nadu
UR → 71, OBC → 39, SC → 18, ST → 0, Total → 128
Punjab
UR → 336, OBC → 132, SC → 152, ST → 0, Total → 620
Maharashtra
UR → 1034, OBC → 375, SC → 124, ST → 256, Total → 1789
Karnataka
UR → 579, OBC → 240, SC → 150, ST → 79, Total → 1048
Delhi
UR → 9, OBC → 4, SC → 2, ST → 1, Total → 16
Jharkhand
UR → 157, OBC → 29, SC → 24, ST → 46, Total → 256
Himachal Pradesh
UR → 212, OBC → 84, SC → 78, ST → 17, Total → 391
Haryana
UR → 250, OBC → 99, SC → 89, ST → 0, Total → 438
Chattisgarh
UR → 69, OBC → 2, SC → 18, ST → 34, Total → 123
Assam
UR → 250, OBC → 120, SC → 33, ST → 64, Total → 467

To read the complete details of Gramin Dak Sevak Recruitment 2017 click on the article below:

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Friday, April 21, 2017

HRD forms panel on implementing 7th pay commission's recommendations in educational institutions

The HRD Ministry has formed a committee to review the recommendations made by a UGC panel on implementation of the seventh pay commission's recommendations in educational institutions. 


The development comes against the backdrop of teachers' associations of various universities threatening to go on strike over the "delay" in implantation after the UGC panel submitted its report earlier this year. 

"Seventh Pay Review committee for implementing the recommendations (of the 7th pay commission) in educational institutions, universities and colleges has submitted its report to the Ministry. I have constituted a committee headed by Higher education secretary to study them," Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar told reporters. 

The committee will have officials from Finance Ministry and other relevant offices and it will submit its final recommendations which will go to Cabinet, he added. 

Javadekar urged the teachers to refrain from going to strike in view of the examination time and to avoid any disruption in the academic functioning of the varsities. 

"I appeal to everyone not to stage any protests as exams are around the corner and the Ministry will ensure that justice is done to everyone. 

"Those who had some doubts whether government is moving in this direction, let me dispel their doubts that we have already started action and soon they will get good news," he added. 

The pay review committee of the University Grants Commission (UGC), which was formed last year and was headed by it member VS Chauhan, had recommended scrapping ad-hoc and temporary appointments of teachers across universities. 

The panel had also suggested that pay of teachers should be in accordance with the seventh central pay commission, which means the overall salary of teachers would also go up if the suggestion is accepted by the human resource development (HRD) ministry. 

Linking grants to universities to the vacant posts filled by them was also among the recommendations made by the committee. 

Source:-The Economic Times