Sunday, 22 November 2015




1.     Commission is of the view that there is no justification of upgrading the pay of
(a)  Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants
(b) Postal Assistant (SBCO)
(c)  Postal Assistant (CO)
(d) Postman cadre & Mailguard.
(e)  PO & RMS accountants
(f)   Despatch Rider (MMS)
(g)  Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS) including Foreign Post
(h) Binders
(i)    System Administrators (No separate cadre or pay)
(j)    Marketing Executives (no separate cadre or Pay)
(k)  Artisans
(l)    Technical Supervisors (MMS) (in) Drivers

2.     Gramin Dak Sevaks cannot be treated as Civil servants at par with Regular employees. As they are only holder of civil posts and not civilian employees, no recommendations with regard to GDS.

3.     Recommended immediate merger of 33 Postal dispensaries in 10 Postal Circles with CGHS.
10% of Basic Pay if one shares the another Postmen duty. If it is shared by two Postmen, it will be 5% for both.

Supervisor, PA, Sorting Postman – Rs. 200/- per holiday.
MTS – Rs. 150/- per holiday

2% of the Basic Pay per month
10% of the Basic pay if period exceeds 45 days.

Commission has noted that the VI CPC had placed Inspector (Posts) at par with Inspector of CBDT/CBED. Subsequently the Inspector of CBDT/CBE were elevated to GP 4600. The Commission has further noted that the Inspector of Posts and Inspector of CBDT/CBED are recruited through the same combined graduate level examination. Therefore the commission recommended 4600 GP for IP and 4800 GP and 5400 GP for SPOs.

Thursday, 19 November 2015

FLASH NEWS : Salient Features Of 7th Pay Commission Recommendation

7th Pay commission report submitted

♦ Report consist 900 pages
♦ Pay Panel recommends 16% Pay hike
♦ Grade Pay and Band Pay system abolished
♦ Minimum Salary 18000
♦ Apex pay scale 225000
♦ Cabinet secretary Pay 250000
♦ Annual increment 3%
♦ 23.5% hike in pay and allowance together
♦ Fitman formula 2.57%
♦ Group insurance increased to 50 lakhs
♦ HRA remains Same 10% 20% 30%
♦ 52 Allowances abolished
♦ 36 Allowances submerged

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

7th Pay Commission to submit report on November 19 - PTI News

Seventh CPC Chairman Justice Mathur confirmed submission on 19th November

PTI News :

New Delhi, Nov 17 (PTI) The 7th Pay Commission will submit its report to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday recommending increase in remuneration of central government employees as well as pensioners.

"We are ready with the report and will submit it on November 19," the Commission's Chairman Justice A K Mathur told PTI.

The Commission was set up by the UPA government in February 2014 to revise remuneration of about 48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners.

Its recommendations will also have a bearing on the salaries of the state government staff.

The Union Cabinet had extended the term of the panel in August by four months, till December.

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.

The recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission are scheduled to take effect from January 1, 2016.

Besides Chairman, other members of the commission are Vivek Rae, a retired IAS officer of 1978 batch, and Rathin Roy, an economist. Meena Agarwal is secretary of the commission.

The 6th Pay Commission was implemented with effect from January 1, 2006; the 5th from 1 January 1996, and the 4th from January 1, 1986.

Wednesday, 4 November 2015


S.Jagtar Singh, aged 67 years father of Sh.Dharam Pal Singh Divisonal Secretary NAPE C Jalandhar Division passed away on 02.11.2015. Late S.Jagtar Singh has retired from service in DAP Jalandhar in the year 2008. 

NAPE C conveys its  heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family.

Antim Ardaas and Bhog Ceremony of the departed soul will be held on 09.11.2015 from 12 noon to 1 p.m at Army Gurudwara Sahib Jalandhar Cantt. 

Friday, 23 October 2015

Problems being faced by Postal Employees after migration into CBS and CIS has been forwarded to our Worthy General Secretary NAPE C CHQ and Circle Secretary NAPE C Punjab Circle to take up the matter with Administration for early solution...

Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Congrats to All Participants of Strike held on 02.09.2015...One of our Demand to increase the ceiling limit of Bonus has been met by Govt...
NAPE C Zindabad !

Govt Doubles Monthly Bonus Calculation Ceiling To Rs 7,000

New Delhi: The Cabinet today decided to double the wage ceiling for calculating bonus to Rs 7,000 per month for factory workers and establishments with 20 or more workers.

“The Payment of Bonus (Amendment) Bill, 2015 to enhance the monthly bonus calculation ceiling to Rs 7,000 per month from existing Rs 3,500 was approved by Union Cabinet here,” a source said after the Cabinet meeting.

The amendment bill will be made effective from April 1, 2015. Now the bill will be tabled in Parliament for approval.

The bill also seeks to enhance the eligibility limit for payment of bonus from the salary or wage of an employee from Rs 10,000 per month to Rs 21,000.

The Payment of Bonus Act 1965 is applicable to every factory and other establishment in which 20 or more persons are employed on any day during an accounting year.

The bill also provides for a new proviso in Section 12 which empowers the central government to vary the basis of computing bonus.

At present, under Section 12, where the salary or wage of an employee exceeds Rs 3,500 per month, the minimum or maximum bonus payable to employees are calculated as if his salary or wage were Rs 3,500 per month.

The last amendment to both the eligibility limit and the calculation ceilings under the said Act was carried out in 2007 and was made effective from April 1, 2006.

This amendment in the Act to increase wage ceiling and bonus calculation ceiling was one of assurances given by the Centre after 10 central trade unions went on one-day strike on September 2.

The government had hinted at meeting workers’ aspirations on nine out of 12 demands submitted by the unions.