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Govt employees can protest adverse ACRs

Government employees cannot be denied the opportunity to appeal against adverse Annual Confidential Reports (ACRs), on the grounds that such reports would not be ignored while considering them for promotion, the Delhi High Court has ruled.A bench of Justice Pradeep Nandrajog and Justice MC Garg reversed the Central Administrative Tribunal's (CAT) directive to a departmental promotion committee to ignore the adverse ACRs of five Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officers while considering them for promotion.

New Pay Revision Committee to examine changes in pay structure of CPSE

The government had set up a committee (2nd Pay Revision Committee) to examine the recommend  changes in the pay structure, allowances, perks and benefits of the CentralPublic SectorEnterprises (CPSE) employees.The recommendations of the Committee were considered by the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) and also by the Cabinet. Based on the decision of the Cabinet, the DPE had issued an O.M. No. 2(70)/08-DPE(WC) on 26' November, 2008, proclaiming the revised pay structure in CPSEs.View the DOPT order Below:N0.37212 112009-AVD-I11
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & pensions
Department of Personnel & TrainingNorth Block,
New Delhi, dated 12" October, 2010OFFICE MEMORANDUMSubject: Allowing vigilance functionaries on deputation to CPSEs the option to draw pay either in the scale of pay of the CPSE concerned or pay in the parent cadre plus deputation (duty) allowance thereon plus personal pay, if any - Cabinet decision - reg.The Go…