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ANAMOLY TO BE BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD ON 23.11.2010The anomaly is with regard to Tour TA.There are two situations of tour by a Government Servant on official duty:1) Travel within the city where the official is posted2) Travel in the city other than the Place of Posting As per the new TA Rules, PAO at Hyderabad Central Excise Zone is disallowing any amount beyond RS.150/- per day. This is causing financial loss to the officials who perform tour on official duty.Example:An official with grade pay of Rs.5, 400/- and who is deputed to brief a case to the Departmental representative of CESTAT, Bangalore incurs the following expenditure:a) Travel from Office / Residence to Airport by Taxib) Travel by Air to Bangalorec) Travel from Airport to place of stay in Bangalore by Taxid) Travel within city for attending the CESTAT office / Joint Chief Departmental representative’s Office etce) Travel from place of stay to Bangalore Airport by Taxif) Travel by Air to Hyderabad (return journey)g) Travel from Airport to place of place of residence / Office by Taxi The PAO is disallowing taxi fares for the journeys at a, c, e and g quoting the latest TA rules. This anomaly needs correction and appropriate instructions may be given.Further claims of food allowance and minimum travel allowance of Rs.150/- should be sanctioned on the basis of certificate given by the touring official without insisting for bills as it is not possible to obtain bills for small amounts and everywhere.
Why aiceia has withdrawn the comments column. AICEIA should not be so sensitive to criticism. It is now a days possible to open a parallel web site where all could be invited to put their points without any restriction. Let the so called sensitive comrades be kind enough to visit cengokerala and see what shri Ravi Malik is doing and done.
National Anomaly Committee meeting - Decisions & Discussions Posted: 16 Feb 2011 04:44 AM PSTThe Secretary General of Confederation Mr.K.K.N.Kutty has published the outcome of third National Anomaly Committee meeting discussion on each issue... The third meeting of the National Anomaly Committee was held on 15/02/2011. The following items were taken up for discussion. No final decision on any item could be arrived at. It was more or less an exercise to understand the points of view of both sides on these items. We shall in our next communication indicate the outcome of discussion on each item. Item Nos. 11, 12&13, 14, 20, 28,29&30, 31,37, 38,39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, 46, 49, 50 and 51. During the discussion the Staff brought to the notice of the official side that the issues pertaining to the employees of Andaman and Nicobar islands, which were taken out of the agenda on the plea that the same would be discussed separately by a Committee to be set up by the Andaman Administration have not been settled. The NGO Association of A & N Islands have brought to the notice of the staff side that the A & N Administration has not taken any steps to resolve the problems even though similar issues pertaining to the employees of Pondicherry and Delhi were settled. The Official side has promised to take up the issue with the concerned in the Home Ministry to ensure that the issues are addressed expeditiously. The official side has in the Action Taken State has indicated their inability to concede the demand raised by the Staff Side on the following two issues. (a) Grant of increment in the case of employees whose increment falls between Feb and June. 2006. (b) Fixing the pay of the promotees on par with the Direct recruits. Though these issues were not discussed, the Staff Side has said that a resolution to them are urgently needed. The official side has requested the Staff Side to indicate the items on which further discussions are needed; further details are required; and alternative suggestions could be made within 10 days so that the next and final meeting of the Committee could be convened before 31st March, 2011. It was also decided that the sub-committee of the MACP related issued will meet once again and their report submitted to the NAC . Courtesy : confederationhq.blogspot.com/
Kindly see AICEIA blog.We are not allowed to comment by the dictors of our association.Pl cancell your flashIt reads as:- Additional Solicitor General has returned the file containing the Rs. 5400/- grade pay issue to law ministry for its transmission to our Board after considering it as a fit case for filing S.L.P in Supreme Court
Dear Shri Kousik Roy, Today (17-03-11, Thursday) I have deposited Rs. 50,000/-, spliting the amount into Rs.23000/- by N Jayasoman and Rs 27000/- by K C Meena in AICEIA's account from Valsad branch (Gujarat).This is the contribution of 50 like minded Superintendents and Inspectors of Combined Vapi and Daman (Gujarat)Commissionerates, for the good cause of fighting the NFG pay of Rs.5400/-for the ACP Inspectors. I have already remitted Rs.1000/- into the account (5th name flashing in the AICEIA’s web), making our contributiona whopping amount of Rs 51000/- from Vapi & Daman Commissionerates. The list is attached herewith. Kindly publish the name in the AICEIA's web and acknoledge the the receipt so that the members could be informed accordingly.Wish you all the success in your tireless endavour. List of Officers contributed for NFG pay of Rs.5400/-Sl.No. Name Desig-nation Commissio-nerate Amount 1 S/shri. K.C.P. Meena Inspector Vapi 1,000/- 2 Mansing Meena Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 3 G.L.Meena Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 4 Kapoor Chand Meena Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 5 Ashok Kumar Meena Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 6 A.N.Pathak Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 7 M.K.Mehra Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 8 S.K.S.Ghosh Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 9 Bharat Bhushan Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 10 Satish Kumar Inspector Daman 1,000/ 11 Girdhari Lal Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 12 Kaushal Kishor Inspector Daman 1,000/ 13 S.S.Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 14 R.P.Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 15 K.B.Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 16 K.C.Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 17 M.S.Parmar Supdt. Vapi 1,000/ 18 A.K.Sharma Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 19 R.K.Sharma Supdt. Vapi 1,000/ 20 Ram Sing Meena Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 21 V.B.Tiwari Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 22 Amitab Jala Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 23 Mrs. Usha Gopalakrishnan Inspector Vapi 1,000/ 24 Alok Kumar Inspector Daman 1,000/ 25 Chandan Kumar Inspector Daman 1,000/ 26 V.S.Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 27 Rakesh Kumar Inspector Daman 1,000/ 28 Rakesh Kumar Inspector Daman 1,000/ 29 Shiv Charan Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 30 A.S.Chaudhari Inspector Daman 1,000/ 31 P.R.Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 32 Ram Karan Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 33 Ram Bilas Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 34 Ram Kishor Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 35 Vijay singh Meena Inspector Daman 1,000/ 36 Lokesh Patiyal Supdt. Daman 1,000/ 37 A.K.Kalani Supdt. Daman 1,000/ 38 Gagan Deep Khurana Supdt. Daman 1,000/ 39 H.R.Khan Supdt. Daman 1,000/ 40 Mahesh Menaria Supdt. Daman 1,000/ 41 A.K.Punia Supdt. Daman 1,000/ 42 R.Y.Sadh Supdt. Daman 1,000/ 43 MithleshDwavedi Supdt. Daman 1,000/ 44 D.K.Mishra Supdt. Daman 1,000/ 45 A.K.Singh Supdt. Daman 1,000/ 46 Gopi Bhuwalka Inspector Daman 1,000/ 47 Kuldeep Sing Inspector Daman 1,000/ 48 Harikant Himanshu Inspector Daman 1,000/ 49 Sanjay Kumar Inspector Daman 1,000/ 50 J.K.Vyas Supdt. Daman 1,000/ Total 50,000/- In addition to above, Shri N Jayasoman, Inspr. has earlier remitted Rs.1000/- (5th name flashing in the AICEIA’s web) from Vapi, making the total contribution of Rs. 51,000/- from the combined cadre of Vapi and Daman (Gujarat) Commissionerate .N Jayasoman Nair,B.A.,LL.B.,P.G.D.C.LL.Inspector, C.Excise.Flat No.4, "Jaisadan",Kamal Park, Mission Colony,Valsad-396001,GUJARAT.02632-253412.0942687750009723626256
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