Saturday, February 6, 2016

contact details of CPC team members

Extract of e-mail received from CPC, Hyderabad:
"Sir/Madam,
Pl find the contact details of CPC team members
Circle Name : A.P circle
Circle Finacle operational monitoring team email ID :cpchyd@gmail.comUser id reset/agent id reset email id :cbscpcap@gmail.comCircle SPOC email ID : cpchyd@gmail.com
Slno
Name
Land-line number with STD code
Mobile number
1
Single Point of Contact (SPOC) -1
Sudha.P
Inspector Post
Incharge (CPC)
040-23428353
09441882410
2
User Champion -1-Circle
Vijaya kumar.M
040-23428353
09985673473
3
User Champion -2-Circle
Sandeep.V
040-23428353
09291660282
4
User Champion -3-Circle
Santosh Kumar
040-23428353
09912150069
5
User Champion -4- Circle
Manmada Rao
040-23428353
09502400308
6
User Champion -5- Circle
Naresh
040-23428353
09704245727


Note:-
1. Pl guide the PO staff that , PO users should contact Divisional SPOC for any issue. 
2. Any user reset issues are there PO users should send the mail only to mail id cbscpcap@gmail.com
3. Corresponding with Circle team is through mail only. Not over phone.
4. only Regional SPOCs/Divisional SPOCs should contact Incharge (CPC) to escalate the issues.

With Regards and Thanks,
CBS Circle Monitoring Team,
O/o The Circle Processing Centre,
A.P Circle,Hyderabad-18
Contact :040-2342835

NO BPM POST SHOULD BE COMBINED WITH MD/MC WORK


No BPM post should be combined with MD/MC work ; The MD/MC posts should be filled up on redeployment of surplus/ skeleton posts- DoP issued orders 





Advances to Government servants - Rate of interest for purchase of conveyances during 2015-2016

Confederation News on minutes of the Implementation cell

Loans and Advances by the Central Government - Interest rates and other terms and conditions




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letter to RO on Providing additional PA to Thulluru SO


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Friday, February 5, 2016

Implementation of Pay commission recommendation should be pushed to April 1-Pay commtttee member`s opinion

Pay and pension revision recommendations are scheduled to take effect from January 1



Pay and pension revision recommendations are scheduled to take effect from January 1

Member of the Seventh Central Pay Commission Rathin Roy has suggested that to meet its fiscal deficit target the Government should merge the basic pay and dearness allowance (DA) of central government employees in the current year and defer implementing any real increases in pay and pensions. This, the member has said, could be done by compensating those who would have to bear the burden of the deferred effect by giving them a “more generous award distributed over several years”.

“I am saying that the increment need not all be given at one go... It can be staggered and made more generous… So this could be done for pay and for pension,” Dr. Roy told The Hindu in an exclusive interview. “Now I am not competent to say whether this is politically feasible or not,” he, however, added.

Last month, the Union Cabinet set up an empowered committee of secretaries under the Cabinet Secretary for processing the recommendations of the Commission.

The pay and pension revision recommendations of the Commission are scheduled to take effect from January 1, 2016, but Dr. Roy, who is also the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy’s Director, has suggested that the implementation should be pushed to April 1.

What they should get, from April 1, 2016, is what they would get if we merge the basic pay and the DA, which is more or less what they are already getting, he said. “That will mean some increase in allowances but other than house rent allowance the burden of that [on the government budget] will not be very high.” He has also recommended that the Government defer allowances, principally the house rent allowance. “The case for that is strong because we are in the midst of fairly flat growth in consumption expenditure and rents are not going up much.”

Ahead of the presentation of Union Budget 2016-17, the Government is considering options for keeping the fiscal deficit for the next year within the Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management target. The Government’s fiscal deficit in 2008-09, the year the Sixth Central Pay Commission award was implemented, doubled to 6 per cent, though not all of the increase was on account of the pay and pension hikes. Currently, Central government pay and allowances account for 1 per cent of the country’s GDP.

The Seventh Pay Commission, which submitted its report in November 2015, estimated that the total financial impact due to the hike in pay and allowances of central government employees recommended by it would be Rs 1,02,100 crore. Of this, Rs 73,650 crore will be borne by the General Budget and Rs. 28,450 crore by the Railway Budget. The Commission was set up by the UPA government in February 2014 to recommend revisions of remuneration for 48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners.

Source : http://www.thehindu.com

Rotational Transfers for 2016






Minutes of the Monthly meeting dtd 19-01-2016





POSTINGS OF NORM BASED LSG OFFICIALS OF GUNTUR DIVISION

THE FOLLOWING OFFICIALS OF GUNTUR DIVISION ARE PROMOTED TO NORM BASED LSG AND ARE GIVEN POSTING VIDE PMG, VIJAYAWADA Lr.no.ST-1/3-1 (P) 2015 Dt.04.02.2016

SL.no
Name of the official
Office in which working
Place of posting on promotion
1
M.VIJAYA LAKSHMI
PA, GUNTUR COLLECTORATE S.O
APM(SB) GUNTUR HO
2
M.V.SUBBAIAH
SPM, OLD GUNTUR
DPM, GUNTUR COLLECTORATE SO
3
G.NAGESWARA RAO
OA, GUNTUR DO
PRI(P) KOTHAPET(GNT)
4
T.SIDDAIAH
 ATR, GUNTUR HO
APM(Reg.) BUCKINGHAMPET,VJA

5
CH.PRASADA RAO
APM (SB) GUNTUR HO
PRI(P),BUCKINGHAMPET, VJA

Thursday, February 4, 2016

ROTATIONAL TRANSFERS-2016 VACANCIES



DATAILS OF VACANCIES OF SPMs in  A/B/C-class Sub Post Offices:

                                                                       A Class
Tadepalli S.O

                                                                       B Class
Kakumanu, Pedanandipadu, Tadikonda

C Class SOs

A.T.Agraharam, Nehrunagar, Municipal Office, Old Guntur, Railpet. Old Mangalagiri and Pedavadlapudi.

Details of vacancies of Accountants

Accountant in DO, Accontant -1 and 2 in Guntur HO

Vacancies in PA cadre

DO                                    2
Guntur HO                        2
Guntur Bazar                   2
Guntur Collectorate SO   3
Kothapet SO                    1
Pattabhipuram SO           2
Pedanandipadu SO          1
Prathipadu SO                 1
Tadepalli SO                   2
Mangalagiri HO              1


Representations are to be sent to DO to reach before 22.02.2016.  Those officials except in “B”and “C” Class SOs who are in this rotational transfers may apply to PMG through DO before 15.02.2016 for extension of tenure for one year

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Retirement Function of com singaiah


Com. Singaiah gaaru BPM Annaparru A/Welsh Pedanandipadu so was retired on 30th January 2016. .A grand f elicitation was arranged at SO and A local area meeting of NFPE  was also conducted at Pedanandipadu So. .






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Thursday, January 28, 2016

LALITHA SUPER SPECIALITY HOSPITAL IS RECOGNISED FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT




LALITHA SUPER SPECIALITY HOSPITAL GUNTUR IS RECOGNISED UNDER CGHS FOR TREATMENT OF CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS.
RATES ARE APPLICABLE AS PER THOSE OF CGHS. 

pamplate no 1





Empowered Committee On 7th CPC May Recommend Increase In Salary Of Junior And Mid Level Employees

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley 
New Delhi: Central government employees’ pay bill are unlikely to get increased salary from April under the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations, as the central government might delay the hike by six months to evaluate the actual needs of employees, said finance ministry officials.

The economists advised the government to measure the possible impact of the salary increase on next year’s budget before implementing it, they said.

The Empowered Committee of Secretaries led by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha may recommend raising salary of junior and middle level employees as employees associations are pressing hard for it.

The committee will submit its report to the finance minister after reviewing the commission’s suggestions, and holding discussions with government high-ups.

Wishing anonymity, a finance ministry official said the government would see whether there would be any wastage of public money in paying increased salary and allowances or any new conditions can be imposed in line with the recommendations of the Pay Commission.

The empowered committee would place a proposal before the cabinet after budget for delaying the implementation of increased salary of Central government employees, said the officials.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley while introducing the Seventh Pay Commission report on November 19 said that the final decisions on the Seventh Pay Commission report took five and a half months.

The Seventh Pay Commission award bill is about Rs 1,02,000 crore, according to the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley that can be afforded.

A pay commission reviews the pay of government employees every 10 years and its recommendations are usually accepted with some modifications.

The Seventh Pay Commission was set up by the UPA government in February 2014, The Commission headed by Justice A K Mathur submitted its 900-page final report to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on November 19, recommending 23.55 per cent hike in salaries and allowances of Central government employees and pensioners.

The panel recommended a 14.27 per cent increase in basic pay, the lowest in 70 years. The previous Sixth Pay Commission had recommended a 20 per cent hike, which the government doubled while implementing it in 2008.

The Seventh pay commission recommended fixing the highest basic salary at Rs 250,000 and the lowest at Rs 18,000 and its increased the pay gap between the minimum and maximum from existing 1:12 to 1: 13.8

The Seventh Pay Commission suggested to discontinue the practice of appointing pay commissions in future.

Constitution of Empowered Committee of Secretaries for processing the Report of the Seventh Central Pay Commission