. FLASH !!! HYD CCA SUPDTS'/INSPECTORS' IZT ORDERS ISSUED SEE THE POST BELOW

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Please contribute for the above cause. All to deposit contributions in AICE Insprs' Assn a/c No.800171737 with Indian Bank Patna West Gandhi Maidan Br IFSC IDIB000P027.

Monday, October 31, 2011

IMPORTANT UPDATE by SG AICEIA


JS(D.O.P&T) completed his presentation on 25.10.11. We have learnt that DOPT perhaps has asked CBEC to give permanent functional justification of  promotional posts of AC+DC approved by Expenditure (temporarily). D.O.P&T raised its query on the issue of review of promotional quota after every 5 years. Further it is gathered that Board is all set to answer these questions. It is expected that the issue would be resolved amicably within the stipulated time frame.
The file containing removal of anomaly on the issue of juniors drawing more pay than seniors has gone past expenditure.
on 19th October AICEIA had a serious discussion with Secretary General of Superintendent's Association on the rectification of pay scale and its arrears issue, At the outset the demand for notional effect from 01.01.1996 was ruled out by Superintendents' Association; AICEIA tried to convince them that to bring all the organisations of Revenue Department together we should remain flexible . When Superintendent Association under the leadership of Ravi Malik expressed their inability to change the issue from 01.01.1986 to 01.01.1996 then AICEIA asked them about joint agitation programme to the tune of Strike action.It was narrated to the Superintendents that AICEIA has already made some VVIP references sucessfully, the need of the our is to take some programme and a joint representation to F.M. in this regard. Though arrear from 01.01.1186 is not achievable yet, for the dream of togetherness and to transform the agitation in a sucessful negotiation AICEIA was agreed to the proposal. AICEIA is all set to go for any kind of agitation to the extent of Strike if Superintendents' Association is able to take a strong stand. We hope your sensible comment shall enlighten the wise leadership of this Cadre ( INspector & Superintendent). Till date no positive reply has been received. All are requested to pursue the matter with Superintendents' Association wherever possible. At this point of time no court case no VVIP reference could help us except a vigorous organisational action programme . Any suggestion in this regard is deeply solicited. 

Friday, October 28, 2011

अंतर आयुक्तालय बदिली पर पाबन्दी हटादी गयी

सभी सेन्ट्रल एक्सैस अफ्सरोंके लिए खुश खबरी है की CBEC ने अंतर आयुक्तालय बदिली पर पाबन्दी हटादी गयी है. सभी कर्मचारी अभी अपने अपने होम स्टेट जाने का उम्मीद कर सकते है. CBEC के दवारा दिए गए नोटिफिकेशन आप सभी लोगोंके लिए यह नीचे प्रचरित किया गया.   



Lifting of ICT Transfer Ban

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Update by AICEIA on Historical decision by Board to open Inter-commissionerate transfer

One long standing demand of this Association, after years of relentless persuasion, has been acceded to by the CBEC. The Board met today afternoon, and in a major decision, it has decided to lift the ban on Inter – Commissionerate Transfers of Inspectors. Details are expected to be notified very shortly, probably by next week. We have met the concerned Board officials this evening and requested that the needful may kindly be done for implementing the Board’s decision immediately and we have been assured that it will be so.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

ACP ORDERS OF INSPECTOR / SUPDTS.

Hyderabad -I Commissioner (Cadre Control Commissioner)has issued orders of Ist ACP & IInd ACP CLICK HERE FOR COPY OF ORDER

SUPDTS' PROMOTIONS

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Supreme Court SLP update

SLP filed by the Union of India before the Supreme Court challenging the judgment vide which the Madras High Court had allowed grant of GP of Rs 5400/- to ACP recipient Inspectors after 4 years was heard this morning. The Secretary General, AICEIA Advisor Shri Arun Zachariah, and the Asstt. Secretary General attended the hearing.
The Supreme Court prima facie observed that since Career Progression scheme has been brought in to grant relief to stagnating cadres, the Government’s case does not appear strong. However, the Assistant Solicitor General pleaded that the issue will have huge financial implications and requires detailed hearing. Thereupon Court granted leave but refused the Government’s plea to stay implementation of the subject Madras High Court judgment. The Appellant of Madras High Court Appeal is thus entitled to get the Benefit immediately.

Source: AICEIA

Meeting with Member(P) & Joint Secretary Admn. and J.S.(Pers.) on 17.10.2011 by AICEIA

on 17th Oct. we met Member (P&V), and discussed the following issues:
1. Removal of Stagnation in the cadre of Inspector of Central Excise
2. Doing away Regional disparities in promotions to the cadre of Supdt. of CE.
3 3. Aftermath of apex court order dt.3.8.2011….. review of ad-hoc promotions regarding,
4 4. The manner of fixation of pay of the Inspectors of Central Excise after the revision of Grade pay of Rs.4600/- from Rs. 4200/-,
5.Status of proposed in-situ promotion scheme.
6. Issuance of orders to re-instate inter-Commissionerate transfers.

The Joint Secretary (Admin) was also present during the meeting. The Member (P&V) has categorically assured that it will be topmost priority of the Board to provide succor to the stagnating Group B cadres by ensuring that promotions are ensured in the ensuing Restrucutring exercise, and also that a mechanism would be worked out to address the regional disparities that obtain in promotions from the grade of Inspectors to Superintendents across different zones presently. However, drawing of an All India Seniority List of Inspectors in the near future was ruled out. When it was pointed out to her that we have been living on these assurances for decades now, she advised us to have a little more patience, and at least wait till the Board unveils what has been planned for the days to come for us. We reiterated that the reason for our cynicism is that time and again it is the rank and file that has been left high and dry, and all that we have got is empty promises.
On the issue of conducting Review DPC’s effective 1997 in the wake of the recent Supreme Court Order on the Ratio case, the CBEC remains adamant on their stand that the Apex Court has not directed to conduct Review DPC’s, and the revised ratio will be given effect to only prospectively. We expressed our strong reservations on the motivated interpretation being resorted to by the Board in a manner that favours the Customs stream and continues to perpetrate the injustice that has been meted out to officers from the Central Excise side. Thus, unfortunately this issue looks headed towards more protracted litigation as of now.
On in-situ promotions, the Member(P&V) was non-committal and said that such proposals were fraught with too many incongruities, and she was doubtful that a workable dispensation of in-situ promotions can ever be designed. When it was pointed out by us that it was a scheme that was mooted by the Board itself, consequent to various organizational programmes undertaken by this Association, she assured that with Re-structuring on the anvil, career prospects of Gr B officers will definitely see a marked improvement.
The Member(P&V) was fully in agreement with this Association’s stand that the Ban on Inter Commissionerate transfers needs to be lifted immediately and also that a clarification needs to be issued at the earliest; (on the lines of that issued by CBDT) to enable stepping up of pay of senior Inspectors to the level that their juniors who entered service on or after 01.01.2006 enjoy. It has been categorically assured to us that the Board will do the needful on these two issues expeditiously.
We have intimated in detail the JS(Pers.), Deptt. of Expenditure and requested expeditious action on the two vital issues concerning our cadre pending in Expenditure, – (i) clarification on the aforesaid methodology for fixing pay by stepping it up to bring it at par to that of a junior( Rs.17140/- from 01.01.2006); and(ii) the notional fixation of pay of Inspectors in the Rs.6500/- scale wef 01.01.96, and payment of arrears wef 01.01.2006, on which now the Chairman CBEC has written demi officially to the Secretary (Expenditure) following VIP references to the Finance Minister, purely on this Associations’ efforts.
On the Inter –Commissionerate transfer issue Member(P&V) expressed her willingness to introduce it, subject to approval of the Board and intimated us that the file is lying with D.O.P&T now.
Our efforts of persuasion continue in all matters, at every level, to ensure that the bureaucratic delays can be minimized.
By S.G.AICEIA

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Tragic Demise of Shri K.Bhairava Murthy, Inspector

Tragic Demise of Shri K.Bhairava Murthy, Inspector

It is regretted to inform that Shri K.Bhairava Murthy, Inspector, aged 48 years, Hyd-L Division, left for his heavenly abode this morning after unsuccessfully battling with brain tumour.

In Bhairava Murthy, we lost a brilliant, amiable and articulate friend. It is a irreparable and huge loss to our fraternity.

We deeply mourn his sad and untimely death. We offer our deepest condolences to his family. Incidentlly, his brother Shri K.Sathish is also working in our Department as SIO, DGCEI, Hyd.

Bhairava Murthy’s funeral will take place today around 2 p.m. near his house at Military Dairy Farm, Kompally, Hyderabad.

MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE.

Source: Hydexcust.org.

Monday, October 3, 2011

COPY OF DA ORDER JUST ISSUED

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UPDATE ON 5400 CASE IN SUPREME COURT

THE DEPARTMENT HAS FILED SLP IN SUPREME COURT ON THE HIGH COURT CHENNAI ORDER IN W.P. 13225/2010. THE CASE IS POSTED FOR ADMISSION ON 17.10.2011. OUR LEADERS ARE IN CONSTANT TOUCH WITH THE ADVOCATES TO GET THE SLP DISMISSED AT ADMISSION STAGE.

 CASE DETAILS



    SLP (Civil) [CC]     15627/2011
STATUS       PENDING
Cause Title

UNION OF INDIA & ORS.
Vs.
M.SUBRAMANIAM

Advocate Details

 Pet. Adv. MR. B. KRISHNA PRASAD
 Res. Adv. MR. VIJAY KUMAR
Subject Category

SERVICE MATTERS - PAY SCALES

Listing Details

Next Date of Listing    17/10/2011