National Council of JCM for Central Government Employees Met today

National Council(JCM), the apex body of the Joint Consultative Machinery for the Central Government Employees, met under the Chairmanship of the Cabinet Secretary Shri K.M. Chandrasekhar today. Senior Leaders of the Central Government Employees’ Unions/Federations and Secretaries of various Ministries/Departments actively participated in the deliberations.

In his opening remarks, Cabinet Secretary referred to the discussions held during the meetings of the Standing Committee of the National Council and the meetings of the National Anomaly Committee and reiterated the endeavour of the Government to maintain a sustained level of contact with the staff side to take forward the process of consensus building. He also enumerated some important decisions, taken in the recent past to increase the welfare, morale and productivity of the employees.

Cabinet Secretary also emphasised the need for the Staff Organizations to work in harmony with the official side to enhance productivity and efficiency.

Various issues of importance to the Central Government Employees and their families were discussed with a view to find amicable solutions and to ensure a harmonious relationship.

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6 thoughts on “National Council of JCM for Central Government Employees Met today”

  1. For teacher that is Primary teacher with PUC and Tch qualification is given gradepay 4,200/-. But even with qualification of Degree and computer knowledge for UDC why the gradepay is just 2,400/- though UDCs are shouldering lot of responsibilities. So please take care of LDC and UDC VI CPC recommendation. It is a height of injustice happening

  2. When an employ absorbed in an autonomus organisation from Central Government, whether he can absorbed second time in a Central Government office.


  3. If a employee of autonomous body apply for SAS exam, will he get age relaxation for central Govt. employee?

  4. sudhindra sharma

    Respected all of members,
    As per recommendations of VI CPC grade pay of Gr. D staff has been raised. What about LDC/UDC whether they are part & parcel of any organisation or only Gr.D and Gr. A officers are capable of work done by LDC/UDC. Reconciliation of figures, Budget estimates, Court matters, Handling of Cash, and all important work. As your good-self is aware LDC/UDC are the main founder of work process in an organisation.
    Is government is keen to pay to LDC/UDC for the typical, and extraordinary work carried out? OR we simply appli for demotion from the post as it is clealr that lesser the responsibility greater is the financial benefit.

    Please comment.

  5. Ayyappadas Menon

    I would like to have the following point clarified in the JCM

    Sub: Regulation of Pension in the case of an employee of Central Autonomous body appointed on immediate absorption basis in Central Government service.
    An employee having 17 years of service in a permanent capacity in a Central Government Autonomous body (Pensionable service- following CCS(Pension Rules,1972)), submitted technical resignation from the Central Autonomous body and joined the Central Government service in August 1989 on immediate permanent absorption basis.
    For the service under the Central Autonomous body, he was granted pro-rata pension and gratuity from the Pension Fund constituted and maintained by the Autonomous body. In accordance with the option available at that time, he drew 100 % lumpsum payment in lieu of pension. The employee is therefore not entitled to count the qualifying service under the Autonomous body as qualifying service under the Central Government for pension. On completion of 15 years, one-third of the pension was restored to him.
    The officer has now completed 22 years of qualifying service under the Central Government service and is retiring. As per the latest orders, issued by the Government of India based on the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Report, those who have completed 20 years of qualifying service is eligible for full pension at 50 % of the Average emoluments or the last pay + Grade Pay, which ever is higher.
    Is he not eligible for the full pension from the Central Government Office as he has completed more than the minimum qualifying service of 20 years in the Central Government
    Is there any specific orders/Rule for restricting it or linking it to the pension he was granted for the pension received from the Autonomous body.

  6. Nita Mishra

    I request U to clarify whether Physiotherapist in prerevised scale 5500-9000 grade pay 4200 is also merged in 4600 grade pay or not.Please give me the Gazette notification in the above regard.

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