Lokpal Declarations time extended upto 15-4-2016


Free Medical Camp on 13th and 14th in HQRS Office, Hyderabad organised by The Central Excise Employees’ Cooperative Thrift & Credit Society Ltd, Hyderabad

The Central Excise Employees' Co-operative Thrift & Credit Society Ltd, Hyderabad is organising a free Medical Camp on 13th & 14th of October,2015 in HQRS office, Hyderabad. 

It is a welcome gesture by the Society and we appreciate it for the same. All are requested to avail this excellent facility. The Medical camp includes CBP, Lipid Profile, Vitamin-D and ECG. 

We wish the Organisers all the best. God bless. 



Seventh Pay Commission Likely To Link Pay With Productivity

The Seventh Pay Commission is likely to suggest linking pay with productivity with a focus on technology, skills and incentives, a move aimed at raising the productivity of central government employees.The panel is also likely to recommend that in future additional remuneration be linked to increase in productivity.

The Seventh Pay Commission is expected to submit its recommendations by December and the central government asked the pay panel to look in to the issue of raising productivity and improving the overall quality of central government services in the country.

The Sixth Pay Commission had also said that steps should lead to improvement in the existing delivery mechanism by more delegation and de-layering and an emphasis on achieving quantifiable and concrete end results. Emphasis is to be on outcome rather than processes.

Accordingly, the Sixth Pay Commissions had also made several recommendations to enhance productivity and improve administration but previous UPA government failed to implement it.

Now, the central government advised the Seventh Pay Commission to be designated as Pay with a clear mandate to recommend measures to improve productivity of an employee.

The central government also said productivity per employee can be raised through the application of technology in public service delivery and in public assets created.

“Raising the skills of employees through training and capacity building also has a positive impact on productivity. The use of appropriate technology and associated skill development require incentives for employees to raise their individual productivities,” a central government financial panel said.

“The Seventh Pay Commission’s first task, therefore, would be identifying the right mix of technology and skills for different categories of employees. The next step would be to design suitable financial incentives linked to measurable performance,” an officer of the financial panel said.


Lokpal Declarations – copies of Annexure-I to IV in Excel sheet along with covering letter


Covering Letter.docx by bpkreddy681


Annexure I to IV by bpkreddy681

Seventh Pay Commission will be mindful of the fiscal concerns : Finance Ministry

 Finance Ministry on Monday said the Seventh Pay Commission will be mindful of the fiscal concerns of the government while giving its report on new pay scales and remunerations for central government employees and pensioners. The Commission, headed by Justice A K Mathur, has been given time up to December 2015 to submit its report on revising emoluments of nearly 48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners.

“We have communicated our concerns with regard to sustainability of public expenditure to Pay Commission. I am sure the members and chairman of the commission are aware of and will be sensitive to our concerns,” Finance Secretary Ratan Watal told reporters here.


The Commission has time till December to submit its report, he said, adding thereafter it would be scrutinised by a secretariat to be set up in the Finance Ministry.

Mr Watal said although the recommendations would be implemented from January 1, 2016, the burden on the exchequer would not be much in the current financial year.However, he added, it would have implications in next fiscal.The Commission, headed by Justice A K Mathur, was appointed by the previous UPA government in February 2014 for 18 months. Its term was extended in August 2015 by four months till December 31, 2015.The government constitutes the Pay Commission almost every 10 years to revise the pay scale of its employees and often these are adopted by states after some modifications.

As part of the exercise, the Commission holds discussions with various stakeholders, including organisations, federations, groups representing civil employees as well as Defence services.

Source: profit.ndtv.com

Air India LTC 80 Air Fares w.e.f. 1-10-2015.

Air India LTC 80 Air Fares with effect from 1st October 2015 meant for Leave Travel Concession by air applicable to Central Government Employees, State Govt Employees, PSU and Govt Sponsored Educational Institutions

Central Government Employees would be eligible for reimbursement of LTC for Air Travel  only if Air India LTC 80 tickets are purchased except when no Air India Flights are available.


Formats of Lokpal Declarations in Excel Sheets

Annexure I to IV

FAQ issued by DoPT on Lokpal Declarations by CG Employees


Declarations by CG Employees under Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act,2013

F. No. 11013/7/2014-Estt.(A-lll)

Government of India

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

Department of Personnel & Training

Establishment Division

North Block, New Delhi – 110001

Dated July 23rd, 2015


Subject: – Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules, 1964 and the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 – Submission of Declaration of Assets and Liabilities by the Public Servant for each year -Regarding

The undersigned is directedto refer to this Department’s OM No. 11013/3/2014-Estt.(A] dated the 17th February, 2015 regarding submission of declaration of assets and liabilities by the public servants ‘under the Central Civil services [Conduct] rules, and the Lokapal land Lokayuktas Act, 2013 and to say that as per the rule 18 [1) (i) of the Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules, 1964, every Government servant shall on his first appointment to any service or post submit a return of his assets and liabilities, in the form prescribed by the Government, giving the full particulars of movable, immovable and valuable property and debts and other liabilities, etc.. Similarly, Government servants other than newly appointed, belonging to Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ are required to submit an annual return in prescribed form giving full particulars of the immovable property inherited/ owned/ acquired by him/ her or held by him/her on lease/ mortgage either in his/ her own name or in the name of any member of his/ her family or in the name of any other persons.

2. The Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 [Lokpal Act) notified by the Government requires all public servants to declare, on first appointment and subsequently every year, a declaration of his/ her assets 84 liabilities. in exercise of powers conferred by sub-section [1), clause [k] and clause [I] of sub-section [2] of Section 59 read with section 44 and 45 of the Act, this Department has notified the Public Servants (Furnishing of Information and Annual Return of Assets and Liabilities and the Limits for Exemption of Assets in Filing Returns) Rules, 2014. The form for declarations is at Annexure-l. All Government servants i.e., belonging to Group A, Group B, Group C and erstwhile Group D, are now required to furnish the declaration of their assets & liabilities in the enclosed format.

3. Vide D. O. No. 4-07/12/2014-AVD-IV-B dated the 30th April, 2015, this Department has informed all concerned the time-lines for filing the returns regarding assets and liabilities under the Lokpal Act, which are as follows:

(i) The first return under the Lokpal Act [as on 15¢ August. 2014) should be filed on or before 15th October. 2015;

(ii) The next annual return under the Lokpal Act, for the year ending 31st March, 2015 should be filed on or before 15th October 2015; and

(iii) The annual returns for subsequent years as on 31st March every year should be filed on or before 31st July ofthat year.

4. It is, therefore, requested that all concerned may be suitably advised to file the return within the time indicated in paragraph 3. It is relevant to state here that as per section 45 of the Lokpal Act, if any public servant wilfully or for reasons which are not justifiable, fails to (a) to declare his assets; or (b) gives misleading information in respect of such assets and is found to be in possession of assets not disclosed or in respect of which misleading information was furnished, then, such assets shall, unless otherwise proved, be presumed to belong to the public servant and shall be presumed to be assets acquired by corrupt means.


[Mukesh Chaturvedi)

Director (E)


Variable Pay – Early Forced Retirement – 7th Pay Commission may Put Employees in a Fix

7th pay Commission may Put Employees in a Fix – Five to six per cent annual pay hike of Central Government employees is likely to be linked to tangible performance criterion. Under-performers are likely to be retired by 55 or 30 years of service.

The Central Government employees are scheduled to get salary hikes on the basis of the recommendations by January 1, 2016. According to sources, the HRA too would see an increase by 20 per cent. But the most significant recommendation is that 5 to 6 per cent of the annual increment would be performance-based. There is also likely to be a provision of retiring underperforming employees by the age of 55 or 30 years of service, whichever is more. “The Commission has spoken to all stake-holders and the recommendations are ready. We are expecting to submit the report any time soon,” sources said.

Five to six per cent annual pay hike of Central Government employees is likely to be linked to tangible performance criterion. Under-performers are likely to be retired by 55 or 30 years of service, according to the Seventh Pay Commission report to be submitted soon.

Should there be any comparison/parity between pay scales and perquisites between Government and the private sector? If so, why? If not, why not? Is the biggest question here. It was asked by every Pay commission but considered only for the top level executives to retain in the Govt. sector. Govt. may be a success in retaining its top officials in Govt. sector but now it needs to retain the middle management in the Govt. sector, where brain drain ratio is going high, is the argument put forth.

The concept of variable pay has been introduced in Central Public Sector Enterprises by the Second Pay Revision Committee. In the case of the  Government is there a merit in introducing a variable component of pay? Can such variable pay be linked to performance?

Experts feel, The integrity of such scheme will remain doubtful in Govt. sector; hence scope and practical aspects for true monitoring of performance of Govt. employee will remain doubtful.

Source: Indian Express