JCM, National Council, Staff Side is organizing a National Convention on 11.12.2014

JCM, National Council, Staff Side is organizing a National Convention on 11.12.2014

UNITED MOVEMENT OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
NATIONAL CONVENTION OF JCM
NATIONAL COUNCIL STAFF SIDE
ON 11TH DECEMBER 2014

JCM, National Council, Staff Side organizations will be organizing a National Convention of all Central Government Employees at New Delhi on 11.12.2014. Railway, Defence & Confederation will participate in the convention. Convention will declare future course of action. DA merger, Interim Relief, Date of effect of 7th CPC inclusion of GDS under 7th CPC etc are the main demands.

M. Krishnan
Secretary General
Confederation of Central
Government & Employees
Mob: – 09447068125
Email: – mkrishnan6854@gmail.com

Source: http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/

JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL STAFF SIDE – ALL INDIA CONVENTION ON 11.12.2014

JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL STAFF SIDE – ALL INDIA CONVENTION ON 11.12.2014

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES & WORKERS
1st Floor, North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi – 110001
Website: WWW. Confederationhq.blogspot.com
Email: Confederationhq@yahoo.co.in

Patron
S.K.Vyas
09868244035
President
K.K.N.Kutty
09811048303
SecretaryGeneral
M.Krishnan
09447068125

Ref: CIRCULAR NO. 20

DATED – 31.10.2014

Dear Comrades,

We send herewith copy of the letter from the Secretary, Staff Side, JCM intimating of the decision taken by the Staff Side to hold a National Convention at New Delhi on 11th December, 2014. We have already placed the said letter in our website. The decision is the outcome of the efforts the Confederation representatives in the Staff Side of the National council and must be considered a step in the justify direction in pursuance of the Charter of demands, especially the important issues like wage revision, interim relief, merger of DA, scrapping of the new Pension scheme, privatization, outsourcing etc. As indicated in the letter of the Staff side Secretary, the staff side is likely to meet in the second fortnight of November, 2014 to finalize the draft declaration and the programme of action. We shall place the draft declaration on our website as and when the same is finalized.

Confederation is entitled to deploy 220 delegates to participate in the convention. We have decided to invite the Confederation of Central Government officers organizations also to participate in the convention. The quota of delegation for the major affiliates and State Committees are indicated in the table given below. All other affiliates and State Committee may deploy three delegates (each) to participate in the convention. The Convention is being held at MPCU Shah Auditorium, Sree Gurjarathi Samaj, Raj Niwas Road, Civil Lines(Opposite Civil Lines Metro Station), Delhi, The Convention will commence at 12 Noon and will be concluded by 4.00 PM on 11th December, 2014.

The timings have been so arranged to enable the comrades to reach in the morning of 11th and if necessary to return on the same day. The delegates are requested to make their own arrangements for stay etc,if they wish to be at Delhi earlier or later of the day of the convention. The venue is well connected by Metro Line and from the Civil Lines Station, it is walkable distance only. Kindly ensure that the tickets for onward and return journey for the participating delegates are booked well in advance.

With greetings,

Yours fraternally,

M. KRISHNAN
Secretary General.

Encl: Copy of Staff Side letter (CLICK HERE)

Quota for affiliates for National convention of JCM (Staff Side)

Sl. No. Name Delegates No.
1 NFPE 70
2 ITEF 25
3 All India Audit & Accounts 15
4 National Fedn. of Atomic Energy 10
5 All India Civil Accts. Emp,. Assn. 8
6 All other affiliates: Each 3
7 Bengal State Committee 10
8 Kerala 10
9 Taminadu 10
10 Andhra Pradesh 10
11 Karnataka 10
12 Maharashtra – Mumbai 10
13 Delhi 10
14 All other State Committes Each 3
15 Confederation of Central Govt. officers organizations. 10

Source: http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/

National Convention of all Central Government Employees (Railway, Defence & Confederation) on 11.12.2014 at New Delhi

New Picture (9)JCM Staff Side leadership has decided to organize a National Convention of all Central Government Employees (Railway, Defence & Confederation) on 11.12.2014 at New Delhi.

JCM STAFF SIDE NATIONAL CONVENTION ON 11TH DECEMBER 2014 AT NEW DELHI.

WILL DECLARE JOINT PROGRAME OF ACTION ON CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES COMMON DEMANDS

JCM Staff Side leadership has decided to organize a National Convention of all Central Government Employees (Railway, Defence & Confederation) on 11th December 2014 at New Delhi from 12 PM to 4 PM. Convention will adopt a joint resolution on the common demands of the Central Government Employees viz; Merger of DA, Interim Relief, Inlcusion of GDS under 7th CPC, Scrap New Pension Scheme etc and will declare joint programs of action.

Further details regarding number of delegates to be participated from each affiliated Organisation & State C-O-Cs of Confederation will be published shortly.

Source: www.confederationhq.blogspot.in
[http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/2014/10/jcm-staff-side-national-convention-on.html]

Outcome of JCM meeting with Secretary (Pension) held on 25.9.2014

Bharat Pensioners Samaj (BPS) has uploaded the details of the meeting held on 25.9.2014 on pensionary matters…

JCM (on Pension matters)

The meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Secretary (Pension) at Lok Nayak Bhawan on 25.9.2014. On behalf of the Staff Side, the following comrades attended.

Com. Shiv Copal Mishra, General Secretary. AIRF.
Com. Rahal Dasgupta, President. AIRF.
Com. S.K. Vyas, Advisor, Confederation of CGE and Workers.
Corn KKN. Kutty, President. Confederation of CGE and Workers
Com. Srikumar, General Secretary. All lndia Defence Employees Federation.

After the introduction of the members of both official and staff side. the Action taken Statement placed by the official Side of the meeting held on 4.2.2014 was taken up for discussion

1. Abnormal delay in the issue of revised PPO to Pre 2007 pensioners/family pensioners.
It was reported that about 26000 PPO of pre 1990 and 10.000 cases of pre-2006 retirees are still awaiting the issuance of revised PPO. It was reported that the main reason for the delay is the non availability of records in the case of pensioners. The Staff side demanded the supply of Department wise break up of the figures to enable them to take up the issue with the concerned department. This was agreed to. The Staff side further stated that the issue should not be viewed from the statistics angle and the official side must appreciate that in the case of pre 1990 cases. the pension remains unrevised for about 20 to 25 years. It may be that some of the retires/family pensioners might have expired during this period. The staff side also requested the official side to appreciate the agony and difficulties of these pensioners. The lack of availability of records should not be taken as an excuse. After some further discussion, it was agreed that by the end of 2014, all pending cases would be cleared. In the case of Railways, the pendency is about 25000 and in the case of Defence the reported figure was 85,000. It was however noted that serious efforts have been made by both the Ministries to bring down the number of pending cases drastically.

2. Revision of commutation table.
The proposal of the official side was to refer the matter to the 7th CPC. which the start Side objected as unreasonable and bereft of any purpose The Staff Side pointed out that the 6th CPC had devised the new commutation table whereby the commutation benefit had been drastically reduced. When there had been a reduction in the commutation benefit, the tenancy period of commutation ought to have been reduced. The 6th CPC has gone on records to state that the period must remain 15 years as there will have to be sufficient room for cross subsidisation. The Staff Side pointed out that when the commutation time was fixed at 15 years long time back, the mortality rate was much higher than it was today and there, there had been no justification for the recommendations made by the 6th CPC. They also pointed out that the official side in an earlier meeting had agreed to refer the matter to an expert committee and subject their recommendation to discussion with the Staff Side. The 6th CPC was not an expert body on this matter and they had to depend upon a professional agency. The Staff Side for this reason objected to the Official Side proposal. The Chairman, after due consideration wanted the Finance Ministry to appoint an expert committee and refer the issue to that committee to consider the demand in the light of the interest rate, morality rate, life expectancy etc.

3. Equitable gratuity under Rule 50 of Pension Rules.
The suggestion made by the Staff Side was to change the slab system by introducing a slab upto 11 years and another upto 20 years. Taking into account the fact that the last slab system was introduced on the basis of the recommendations of the 5th CPC. the issue might be referred to the 7th CPC. The Department of Pension has already referred the same to the 7th CPC and the Staff side has been assured to be supplied with a copy thereof.

NEW ITEMS:
(A) Increase in Family Pension:
The demand of the Staff Side was agreed to be specifically referred to the 7th CPC.

(B) Cashless and hassle- free treatment in recognised hospital.
The Official side agreed to ensure that the pensioners are not put to any difficulty in the matter by the recognised hospitals. When the stafi’ side pointed out that the Health Ministry had not been paying the dues to the recognised hospital and that has led to the denial of cashless facility, the Health Ministry denied the same. The Staff side wanted the Health Ministry officials to immediately convene a meeting as the last meeting has been held more two years back. The Health Ministry has decided to look into the matter and explore the possibility of convening such a meeting within a month’s time.

(c) Finalisation of family pension cases within a specified period.
The official side pointed out that the procedure has been simplified and liberalised. The Staff Side pointed out that the delay is caused more by the attitude than on any factual deficiency. They. therefore. suggested for the introduction of a provisional family pension scheme as is the case with the pension for those who face inquiry proceedings They suggested the grant of 75% of the family pension immediately on receipt of application and the rest after the scrutiny of the claim. They also asked for a time frame for finalisation of the claim in as much as the applications must be disposed of within three months.

The meeting was concluded with a vote of thanks to the Chair.

Source: www.scm-bps.blogspot.in
[http://scm-bps.blogspot.in/2014/10/jcmpension-matters.html]

JCM National Council Staff Side meeting to discuss on major issues Merger of DA, Interim Relief and 7th CPC

Merger of Dearness Allowance with PayJCM NC Secretary writes a letter to Member of NC JCM to attend the meeting on 12th October 2014 to discuss important issues of DA Merger, Interim Relief and Date of 7th CPC…

JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL STAFF SIDE MEETING ON 12.10.2014 TO DISCUSS AND FINALISE FUTURE COURSE OF ACTION ON MAJOR DEMANDS OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

LETTER FROM SECRETARY, JCM NC STAFF SIDE

No.NC-JCM-2014/S.C.

September 18, 2014

Shri M. Krishnan,
Member National Council – JCM

Dear Com.

In view of the Government of India’s in different attitude in the major issues viz Merger of Dearness – Allowance, Payment of Interim Relief and date of effect of Recommendations of 7th CPC i.e. from 1.1.2014, an URGENT MEETING of the Staff Side of JCM, (National Council) shall be held at 12.00 hrs on 12.10.2014 in the Staff Side office 13-C, Ferozshah Road New Delhi – 110001, to discuss and finalize future course of action.

All of you are requested to make it convenient to attend the meeting.

With greetings,

Yours fraternally,

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary

Source: http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/