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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

ஊதிய குழுவிற்கு பாரத் பென்சனர் சங்கம் சார்பாக கொடுக்கப்பட்ட மனு --
குறைத்தபட்ச ஊதியம் ( Lowest  group c  ) மற்றும் அதிகபட்ச ஊதியம் ( secretary level officer )    இவைகளுக்கு இடையே  இருக்கவேண்டிய விகிதாசாரம்     

Bharat Pensioners Samaj reply to 7th CPC

No. BPS/SG/2014/7CPC/2                                                                                  Dated : 26.04.2014

Ms Meena Agarwal,
Secretary  GOI Seventh Central Pay Commission
 New Delhi

Through : Joint Secretary GOI M/O Personnel,PG & Pensions-DOP &PW

Subject: 7th CPC Questionnaire
Reference: D.O. No 7cpc/15/questionnaire dated 9th April 2014
‘Bharat Pensioners Samaj’. One of the identified Pensioners’ Federation by GOI  M/O Personnel,  PG & Pensions-DOP& PW and a stake holder. In its capacity as one of the oldest & largest Pensioners Organization with over 550 Affiliated Associations, submits hereunder its reply to the questionnaire issued vide your D.O. No 7cpc/15/questionnaire dated 9th April 2014.
As Pension is not independent of Salary. Salary structure also, is a matter of concern to pensioners. However, Bharat Pensioners Samaj limits its answers to Question Nos 1.1, 1.2, 10.1 & 10.1.2 under the heads ‘Salary’ & ‘Pension’ .

Q.1.1 The consideration on which the minimum and maximum salary in case of the lowest group ‘C’ functionary and the maximum salary in case of a secretary level officer may be determined and what should be the ratio between the two.

 Ans. Socialistic structure of the country, constitutional provisions for equality & reduction of vast inequality in income & wealth between highest and lowest paid should be the main consideration for fixing maximum & minimum Salary. Rectifyin the inequality created by different multiplication factors  adopted by 6th CPC  for arriving at  Pay Bands & Pay Scales .The ratio between minimum & maximum of Salary be brought down to 1: 9. Ensuring uniformly equal % rise in Salary of all employees by adopting a common multiplication factor.

4th CPC had determined the ratio between minimum & maximum of salary to be 10.7(Chapter 41 & 43). In accordance with  the basic fiber of a Socialistic State this ratio should have gone reducing Pay Commission after Pay Commission. Even in capitalist countries like America & Britain this ratio is 1: 3.3 &1:5 respectively   In  countries with weaker economy like Philippines this is 1: 9.5. VI CPC adopted conversion factor of  1.86 to arrive at the minimum of lowest pay Band, where as it adopted a factor of  3.37 for arriving at the highest scale. This shredded the very basic fiber of the Constitution of Indian Socialistic State by raising  the  ratio  between minimum & maximum of Salary to 1: 12.85. This negative and socially regressive effect of the 6th Central Pay Commission has had the effect of worsening wealth and income inequality not only between pre-and post-2006 retirees, but even within pre-2006 retirees wherein higher-ups got full parity in Pension (Through modified parity).

Adoption of  a ratio of 1:9 between minimum & maximum paid will  rectify to some extent the injustice done so far.


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