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NC JCM 62nd Standing Committee Meeting Minutes Corrigendum

Subject: Minutes of the 62nd Meeting of the Standing Committee of National Council (JCM)  held on 20.09.2023 Under the Chairpersonship of Secretary (P).

F. No. 3/2/2023-JCA Government of India Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions (Department of Personnel & Training) Establishment JCA Division


To Shri Shiv Gopal Mishra, Secretary, Staff-Side National Council, JCM, 13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi-110001 North Block, New Delhi Dated: 19th October, 2023 CORRIGENDUM

The undersigned is directed to refer to DoPT's OM of even number dated 10th October, 2023 forwarding therewith the minutes of the 62nd meeting of the Standing Committee of National Council(JCM) held on 20.09.2023 and to say that the following amendments to the said minutes are made:-

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3(ii)

The Staff Side demanded to retain

the status of Defence Civilian Employees as Central Government Employees/Defence Civilian Employees in the newly created 7

DPSUs until their Superannuation/retirement. DDG,

D/o Defence Production explained

that they are in the process of finalizing service rules and conditions for DPSUs, and employees would have the option to opt them or remain in Government service. It was decided that Department of Defence will facilitate dialogue between management of DPSUs and service associations for defence civilian employees presently on deemed deputation.

The Staff Side demanded to retain the status of Defence Civilian Employees as Central Government Employees/Defence Civilian Employees in the newly created 7 DPSUs until their Superannuation/retirement. DDG, D/o Defence Production explained that they are in the process of finalizing service rules and conditions for DPSUs, and employees would have the option ta apt them or remain in government service. it was decided that Department of Defence will facilitate dialogue between Management of DPSUs and service associations for defence civilian employees presently on deemed deputation.

 

The Defence Ministry may also hold

regular meeting with the Staff Side to

resolve the issues arising after corporatization of Ordinance Factory.

 

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3(x)

The Staff Side demanded for extending the benefit of an option to switch over to the 7th CPC Pay Scale and extending revised options for those given entry pay benefit on promotion in the 6th CPC pay scales to switch over to

6th CPC pay scale w.e.f. 1.1.2006. Special Secretary, Department of Expenditure, stated that the demand for another option to switch over to the 7th CPC Pay Scale cannot be agreed to in view of options already granted in the past. As for the demand for extending revised options for those given entry pay benefit on promotion, she stated that cases as such are being considered on case to case basis.

 

The Staff Side demanded for extending the benefit of an option to switch over to the 7th CPC Pay Scale and extending revised options for those given entry pay benefit on promotion in the 6h CPC pay scales to switch over to 6th CPC pay scale w.e.f 1.1.2006. Special Secretary, Department of Expenditure, stated that the demand for another option to switch over to the 7th CPC Pay Scale cannot be agreed to in view of options already granted in the past. As for the demand for extending revised options for those given entry pay benefit on

promotion, she stated that cases as such are being considered an case to case basis.

The Staff Side requested to reconsider

the proposal for option to switch over to the 7th CPC Pay Scale at least for a

period of one year i.e. 25.07.2017.

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3(XII)

The Staff Side demanded DoPT to

issue a clarification that service

associations under CCS (RSA)

Rule 1993 are out of the purview of

Rule 15 (1) of the CCS (Conduct)

Rules, 1964. It was decided that

the matter will be examined by the

Department of Personnel & Training.

The Staff Side demanded DoPT to issue a  clarification that service associations under CCS (RSA) Rule 1993 and Employees Cooperative Societies/ Banks which are covered under the Central Cooperative Societies Act and the respective State

Governments Cooperative Societies Act

are out of the purview of Rule 15 (1) of the CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964. It was decided that the matter will be examined by the Department of Personnel & Training.

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Annexure- II

Key Points raised by Secretary (Staff Side): 9. He raised the issue of withdrawal of 3rd MACP to certain category of Industrial Employees under M/o Defence.

9. The 3rd MACP in Grade Pay Rs.4600/- granted to the Industrial Employees of Defence Ministry (Master Craftsman upto 31.12.2005) may not be withdrawn as it is based on various court Judgment




Copy to


1. General Secretary, AIRF, 4 State Entry Road, New Delhi

2. General Secretary, NFIR, 3 Chelmsford Road, New Delhi

3. All the Members of the Standing Committee (JCM)


Judgment.


(Parveen Jargar)

Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India


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