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Monday, June 29, 2015

AIPAEA FAMILY MISS YOU VERY MUCH ! A VERY HAPPY RETIRED LIFE TO COM. KISHORE !!


Com. Kishore, former Vice-President of AIPAEA CHQ and very vibrant member of AIPAEA Nagpur is retiring today on superannuation. Wish him all the Best !

Thursday, June 25, 2015

JUSTICE PREVAILS !! AIPAEA FIGHT FOR JUSTICE TRIUMPHS !!


The competent authority viz. Secretary (P) has issued the following directions vide the Lr. No.202(3)/2014/PA Admn II/210 dated 
18-06-2015 to the GM(PAF), Tamilnadu Circle, Chennai on the subject of  Report of Fact Finding team on unrest between Administration and Staff Association at Postal Account Office Chennai – Issuing of directions thereof.

  • 1    That with regard to data feeding in the Circle Abstract the same may be dealt as per extant provisions contained in Departmental codes, books and manuals and also as per the practice being followed at other PAOs.
  • 2   That the decision with regards to the service of breakfast  restoration in the Departmental Canteen and serving of Pongal and Dosa in the breakfast may be taken by taking Management Committee of the  Canteen into confidence as  per extent orders issued by DOP&T on management of Departmental Canteens vide F.No. 03/02/2015 – Dir © dated 28th May 2015. 
  • 3    That the instructions has already been issued in the matter of officiating promotion in AAO cadre as such you may strictly adhered to these instructions while making such arrangements in your office/ circle.
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Saturday, June 20, 2015

LTC ADVANCES, TA CLAIMS, MEDICAL BILLS AND OTHER SMALL PAYMENTS IN CASH - ISSUE RAISED BY AIPAEA PATNA SETTLED


INDEFINITE HUNGER STRIKE BY CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES & WORKERS, KERALA SUCCESSFULLY ENDED ! CONGRATULATIONS !!



            Kerala Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers convener com. P.V. Rajendran and PT/CL circle secretary com. N. Sreekandan observed indefinite hunger strike for 3 days from 16th June 2015 in front of CPMG office against the adamant attitude of circle administration in implementing the Directorate order for wage revision of PTCL employees with effect from 01.01.2006. Circle office issued another order superseding the Postal Directorate order saying that revision of wage is applicable to those who are engaged before 1993. and also directed  the divisional heads to recover the amount already paid. C.O.C Kerala decided to resist the anti worker attitude of the circle administration against the low paid and  poor PT/CL employees and started indefinite hunger strike. Mass support and solidarity action from entire employees and other trade unions compel the administration for discussion and settle the issues amicably. On 18th evening CPMG invited c/s for discussion and issued orders for payment of revised wages to all PT/CL employees.  .After receiving the orders c o-c decided to withdraw the hunger fast. Com. K.Varadarajan Manager" Deshabhimani" daily and trade union leaders inaugurated the hunger fast. On 18th evening com. P.H.M.Ismail General secretary of state Govt employees (FSETO) concluded the fast by giving lemon juice to the fasting comrades. C O-C Kerala red salute all organizations and other comrades who support the historic hunger strike for the poor low paid PT/CL employees. Rajendran.P.V. convener co-c Kerala.


Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula by different Pay Commissions

First Pay Commission: 1946
The Commission has fixed Rs. 55/- as minimum wage.
 Second Pay Commission: 1957 
The Commission revised the pay scales by merging 50% of the Dearness Allowance with basic Pay and it recommended Rs. 80 as the minimum remuneration.
 Third Pay Commission: 1973
Commission had recommended minimum wage of Rs. 185 per month however Government raised to Rs. 196/- per month. The increase in minimum wage was 2.45 times
Fourth Pay Commission: 1-1-1986
Rs. 750/- was the minimum pay recommended by the Commission. The increase in minimum wage was 3.82 times
Fifth Pay Commission: 1/1/1996
The minimum Starting Pay has been revised from Rs. 750/ to Rs. 2550/- Initially fitment was 20% but was revised to 40% due to staff side demand.
 The increase in minimum wage was 3.40 times
Sixth Pay Commission::1/1/2006
Revised the basic pay by merging 50% of the Dearness Allowance in the year 2004. Commission proposed minimum salary at the entry level of PB-1 pay band to be Rs.7000 /- (Rs.5200 as pay in the pay band plus Rs.1800 as grade pay).
 Fitment formula of 1.86 (due to 50% DA merger as on 2004)
 The increase in minimum wage was 2.80 times 

 

Monday, June 15, 2015

AIPAEA CHQ CORRESPONDENCE WITH AUTHORITIES

Saturday, June 13, 2015