Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme for the central Government civilian employees – Clarification

No.35034/3/2010-Estt (D)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
Establishmen(D)

North Block, New Delhi
Dated: 3rd August. 2010

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme for the central Government civilian employees – Clarification regarding.

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The undersigned is directed to invite reference to the Department of Personnel & Training (DOP&T)’s Office Memorandum of even number dated the 19th May, 2009 on thee subject cited above. Consequent upon introduction of the Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACPS), in view of para 14 of the Annexure-l of the Scheme, a number of proposals/references seeking extension of the Scheme to Central Autonomous/Statutory Bodies under various Ministries/Departments have been received by the Department of Expenditure. The Department of Expenditure has felt that keeping the large number of Central
Autonomous/Statutory Bodies in view, it would be appropriate to delegate the power the approving such proposals to the administrative Ministries/Departments concerned. The Department of Expenditure has accordingly approved for extending the benefits of the MACPS to the Central Autonomous/Statutory Bodies under various Ministries/Departments subject to them satisfying the following four conditions:

(i) The earlier ACP Scheme was also implemented/adopted by the said Autonomous/Statutory Body.
(ii) The proposal to adopt MACP Scheme has been approved by the Governing Body/Board of Directors.
(iii) The Administrative Ministry/Financial Adviser of the Ministry has concurred with the proposal.
(iv) The financial implications of adoption of MACP Scheme have been taken into account by the Organisation/Body and the additional financial implications can be met by it within the existing Budget Grants.
2. As per the revised arrangement, the proposal shall be processed by the Financial Advisor concerned in the first instance and subject to it meeting the requirements spelt out at (i). (ii) and (iv) above, he would obtain the orders of the administrative Head/Secretary concerned for approving the extension of MACPS to such a body.

3. Above is brought to the notice of all concerned Ministry/Department in continuation of para 14 of Annexure-1 of MACPS dated 19.05.2009.

4. Hindi version will follow.

(A.K. Srivasatava)
Under Secretary to the Government of lndia

Cabinet approves revised minimum wages of workers, TA, DA of employees

        State Cabinet  approved to 50% increase in the minimum wage of unskilled and semi-skilled and skilled workers from the existing rate while revising the dearness and travelling allowances of the government employees which felt need since the implementation of the sixth pay band of the Central government in the state.

       The cabinet meeting held in the evening yesterday at the Cabinet room of the Chief Minister's Secretariat under the chair of the chief minister, O Ibobi has approved the revised rates of minimum wages of workers and DA and TA of the government servants, a source from a Cabinet minister disclosed.

   The Cabinet approved to a proposal of the state labour department 50 percent increases to the minimum wages of the unskilled and semi-skill workers.

   Currently the minimum wages of the unskilled worker is Rs 81.40 and Rs 86.65 for the semi-skilled worker.

      While that of skilled worker is Rs 88.40 .

     While discussing on the revised TA and DA of the government employees which have been necessitate since the government agreed implementation of recommendation of the 6th Pay Commission to its employees, the Cabinet approved to the hike the non-practicing allowance (NPA) of the doctors from the existing 15% of the basic pay to 25 percent.

      The basic minimum pay of the employees on contract basis will also be increased from the existing Rs 2550 to 4440.The grade pay will be Rs 5700 by adding Rs 1300 to the basic pay.

    While the maximum basic pay which is Rs 12,000 will also be increased to Rs 15,600 and after adding 7600 grade pay, employees on contract basis will be Rs 23,200 per month.

     The travelling allowance of the government employees will be calculated as per the grade they are employing.

        The postal allowance will be hike from Rs 30 to Rs 60 .

      The cabinet also approved in enhancing the washing allowances of the employees in uniform services from Rs 30 to Rs 60 per month.

         The medical allowance of the pensioners of the state government will also be hiked to Rs 300 from the existing Rs 100 .

        Enhancing of secretariat duty allowances at the rate of Rs 1000 and 10 percent according to the grades of the employees has also been approved by the Cabinet, the source said adding that the family planning allowance will also be hiked to Rs 210 per month.

     The Cabinet also resolved to recommend the Governor for prologue of the recently concluded 8th session of the ninth Assembly session, the source added
source:e-pao

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