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JCM National Council Secretary Stresses for Promotional Hierarchy under MACP


JCM National Council Secretary Stresses for Promotional Hierarchy under MACP

Based on the letter from BPMS, the JCM National Council Secretary, Mr. Ram Gopal Mishra, has written a letter to the DOPT Secretary. 

It was explained in the letter that in the case of the judgement issued for Mr. Rajpal on 31st May 2011 by the Hon'ble Central Administrative Tribunal Chandigarh, the MACP financial upgradation was granted based on Promotional Hierarchy. The letter also adds that the judgement given in his case should not be treated as a specific case and has to be considered a general guideline that is applicable to all. 
There are a number of precedents where others had sought for remedies based on the relief granted to an individual. 

The letter requests that changes be made to MACP in order to make it applicable to all the Central Government employees. 


Comments

Anonymous said…
Thanks to JCM National Council Secretary, Mr. Ram Gopal Mishra, sir, For stressing MACP in Promotional Hierarchy,
The Govt must notice after ten years an employee without promotion just getting Rs 100/. in Grade pay, So please implement MACP in Promotional Hierarchy.

Gowthaman - Chennai..
Anonymous said…
Thx for raising point of giving Promotional Hierrachy MACP not only to particuler person but to all sufferers.Kindly all sufferers raise this issue at their level .May be 7th Pay commission hear our voice and give us justice.
Anonymous said…
sir,

Poor LDCs and UDCs fate is very much depdent on MACP in promotional hierarchy. Kindly somebody request DOPT to look into the matter on priority basis and modify the MACP scheme accordingly.
Anonymous said…
Thanks for raising the issue of MACP on promotional hierarchy. The Odisha govt. has already issued Revised ACP to its employees on promotional hierarchy. The Store Keeper and Supervisor in ordnance Factories are looser. Their pay scale may be raised to 2400 and 2800 grade pay respectively.

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