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Friday, December 30, 2022

CPI and DA November 2022

 The All-India CPI-IW for November, 2022 remained stationary at 132.5 (one hundred thirty two point five). On 1-month percentage change, it remained static between October, 2022 and November, 2022.

DA as on 1st December 2022 is 41.74% 

Expected DA as on 1st January 2023 is 42%(4% increase )

Saturday, December 10, 2022

Brief of the meeting held with the Spl. Secty.(Pers.)

 National Council (Staff Side)

Joint Consultative Machinery
for Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi – 110001


                                                                                        Dated: December 5, 2022

All Constituents of the NC/JCM
Dear Comrades,

Sub: Brief of the meeting held with the Spl. Secty.(Pers.), Deptt. of Exp., Govt. of India

A meeting was held today with the Special Secretary(Pers.), Deptt. of Exp., Government of India, on Agenda Item No.27/SC/22(D/o Exp.) of the Standing Committee of the NC/JCM regarding payment of the arrears of Dearness Allowance.

View: Payment of Dearness Allowance/Dearness Relief w.e.f. 01.01.2020, 01.07.2020 and 01.01.2021 with the arrears: Secretary, NC (Staff Side) JCM writes to Cabinet Secretary and stated that Staff Side is ready to discuss about the mode of arrears payment.

After prolonged discussions it has been agreed by the DoE that they will examine the issue once again and will consult the MoF on the subject.

Staff Side also discussed the issue of commutation of pension as per our agenda item. Staff Side demanded that, restoration of full pension after deduction of commuted value of the pension should be done after completion of 12 years instead of 15 years. It has been informed by the Ministry of Pension that the case been sent to the DoE after the last meeting of the Standing Committee of National Council(JCM). Special Secretary, (Pers.), Deptt. of Exp.. agreed to examine the issue and do the needful.

In the said meeting, apart from the undersigned, Leader Staff Side was also present.

This is for your information.

Comradely yours,

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)

Convention of State Govt. Employees and Central Govt. Employees

A Convention of State Govt. Employees and Central Govt. Employees has been held today at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi. It has been convened by All India State Govt. Employees Federation and Confederation Federation and Confederation of Central Govt. Employees and Workers. The comrades from Karnataka state led by Com Ganesh participated in the said convention.



Remembering Com. K K Narayanan Kutty

 Com. K K Narayanan Kutty (10.12.1947 - 8.12.2022)

Com.KKN Kutty was born on 10.12.1947 in Tirur Malappuram District Kerala in a Agriculture Family. After his school education he joined in a private company at Coimbatore. Subsequently he joined Income tax Department as Stenographer at Pollachi in the year 1966. Later he got appointed as Direct Recruit Inspector and posted in Chennai. He was elected as General Secretary of Tamilnadu Income tax Union which was affiliated to ITEF. He was elected as Joint Secretary of ITEF CHQ in the year 1979 in Cochin Conference and opted for foreign service in CHQ. He was nominated as member of JCM staff side and Department Council also. He was elected Secretary General of ITEF in Kolkata Conference in the year 1981 and served in that position for 3 decades until 2009. He retired from Govt service 31.12.2007. He also held the post of Finance Secretary and Secretary of Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers CHQ. Com. Kutty was elected as Secretary General and President of Confederation also. He was instrumental to form JCA in the year 1987 in Income Tax Department. He formed the Pensioners Association in IT Department and he was founder General Secretary of ITPF. He also held the post of Secretary General of National Coordinating Committee of Pensioners Assembly (NCCPA) which is one of the largest pensioners forum having membership of all Central Government Pensioners including Railway Pensioners Association. He has also held the post of Vice President of World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU). He has visited many foreign countries and participated in international labour conventions like Cuba, Brazil, South Africa, France, Germany, Australia, Bangladesh, Nepal and Srilanka representing India. He involved himself in all most all the Central Pay Commissions except first and second Pay Commissions. He is good narrator, speaker, negotiator, writer, organiser and a strong trade union leader. He has organised and led many struggles in favour of CG Employees Demands. Always having smiling face, convincing capacity and never get angry. He was the disciple of Com.Sanjeeban Banerjee, Com.Pushpendra Sen, Com.Nayagam, Com.Pathik Bannerjee, Com.SK Vyas, Com. M K Pande, Com.C.Subramaniam etc.    

He is good friend of many trade union leaders in our country particularly Com.Umesh Mehta, Com.K.Raghavender, Com.Sivagopal Mishra. He has introduced and brought in many new leaders into the trade union movement including the current leadership of ITEF and Confederation. He has sacrificed his entire life to Central Govt Employees. 

The Great leader has passed away on 8.12.2022 at 9.30 AM at Meitra Hospital Calicut after prolonged illness of Pulmonary infections. The Indian labour movement has lost one of a finest Trade Union Leader particularly Central Government Employees and Workers. 

Com. KKN Kutty addressed many conventions and conferences in Karnataka state , his contributions to building Central Government employees movement is immense.    

Let’s pay our sincere homage to our beloved leader Com. KKN Kutty.  And our Deepest Heartfelt Condolences to the family members of Com.Kutty and his friends and comrades.

Red Salutes to Com.Kuttji COC Karnataka dips it flag. 

Thursday, December 1, 2022

All-India CPI-IW for October, 2022 and DA as on 1st November

 The All-India CPI-IW for October , 2022 increased by 1.2 points & stood at 132.5 (one hundred thirty  two point five ) for Base Year 2016 = 100,  base year 2001 it is 382 points. 

DA as on 1st November , 2022 is 41.13 % .

Expected DA as on 1st Jan 2023 is 42%.