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Friday, November 23, 2012

Xth Bipartite Settlement -- Service Conditions



Collected from Blogs of 
Mr. Himadri Shekhar Bhattacharjee

It is 10th bipartite time and unions at lest have risen from their slumber and managed to come out with their charter of demands.
We have received a very good compendium on the ‘charter of demands’ put in place, with IBA, from Mr. V. Subramanian,senior manager, Andhra Bank, which we feel obligatory to share with our readers and reproduce it  below:
Allowance
EXISTING
REVISED
D. A.
0.15% per slab on the pre-revised basic pay
0.15% per slab on the revised basic pay
H.R.A.
8.5%/ 7.5%/ 6.5% of the present basic pay depending on the population group  
10% to 30% of the revised basic pay depending on the revised classification of the centres   (please see attachment for further details), without any ceiling
C.C.A.
3% for lower CCA centres and 4% for higher CCA centres with a maximum of Rs.375 and Rs.540 respectively.
5%  to 10% of the revised basic pay depending on the revised classification of the centres   (please see attachment for further details), without any ceiling
PQP - 1
Rs.410
Equal to one increment in the last stage of the scale
PQP - 2
Rs.1,030
Equal to 2 increments in the last stage of the scale
FPP
In case of FPP, the current FPP is protected and on promotion to the next higher grade/scale only, on reaching the maximum of the scale, FPP equivalent to the last increment in the scale is granted with DA thereon, basing on the index prevailing at the beginning of the settlement period (01-11-2007).
This will remain frozen till the settlement period ends.
FPP is proposed to be fixed at the amount equal to the previous                increment drawn plus DA thereon, basing on the index prevailing at the beginning of the settlement period (01-11-2012). This way, the anomaly in FPP will vanish.
On reaching the maximum of the scale, FPP equal to one increment in the last stage of the revised scale plus DA (as on 01-11-2012) thereon is granted.  This will remain frozen till the settlement period ends.
Medical Aid
Up to MMGS III -          Rs.5,100
SMGS IV and above – Rs.6,320
Up to MMGS III          - Rs.12,000      
SMGS IV and above – Rs.15,000
LFC – Home Town
Frequency – Once in the sub-block of 2 years, in the main block of every 4 years.  Effectively, it is once every 4 years only.  Distance - There is no restriction on the distance between the present place of work and the home town.
If the distance between the place of work and the home town is 500 KMs and above, home town LFC is permitted every year. 
Otherwise, no home town LFC is allowed.
LFC – Anywhere in India
Distance – Without restriction on the distance, any place in India can be reached by the shortest route and eligible mode of travel. But, the place of destination must be mentioned beforehand and such place must be touched, even if a roundabout journey is undertaken. (Reimbursement will however be restricted to the distance by the shortest railway route by the eligible class).
4500 KMs one way for officers up to MMGS III and 6000 KMs one way for SMGS IV and above (There is no need to name any destination beforehand).  Circuitous journey is also allowed within the overall distance (both ways) of 9000 KMs/12000 KMs. Within the overall eligibility, expenditure on travel to foreign countries may also be reimbursed.
Halting Allowance
Up to MMGS III –
Rs.600/Rs.700/Rs.800/Rs.1000
SMGS IV and above 
Rs.700/Rs.800/Rs.1000/Rs.1200
Up to MMGS III –
Rs.800/Rs.1000/Rs.1200/Rs.1500
SMGS IV and above –
Rs.1200/Rs.1500/Rs.1800/Rs.2000
Split Duty Allowance
Rs.165 per month
Rs.500 per month.


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