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  1. Sixth pay commission revised pay calculator with arreardownload free excel pay calculator after cabinet approval with arrears calculator and know pay bands and other main features of the 6th pay commission.Digg / upcoming – http://digg.com/

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  2. ou can visit these siteshttp://gconnect.in/www. staffcorner.comwww.tarunreflex.comblogssixth pay commssiondopt.gov.nic.inClick here for the updated Salary Calculator based on Cabinet approved recommendations.We are facing problems with our hosting. In case you find problem with the above link, try any of the mirrors at http://staffcorner.com/calc_mirror1.html http://staffcorner.com/calc_mirror2.html Find Latest updates at – http://paycommissionnews.blogspot.com/ . Please find the links below to the old sections. The inconvenience caused is deeply regretted.

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  3. Suspended Eemployee Entitled to Pay Commission Recommendations – CourtFiled under: Pay Commission, india — tarunreflex @ 6:52 pm Tags: india, govt., Delhi, Pay Commission, high court, suspended, employeeDelhi High Court on Monday ruled that a government employee who was suspended would be entitled to the enhanced pay scales recommended by a new pay commission.Dismissing the central government’s contention that a suspended employee would not be entitled to the recommendations of a new pay commission, a bench comprising Justices Madan B. Lokur and J.R. Midha said such an officer was entitled to enhanced subsistence allowance.The court’s ruling came in connection with a case in which the Ministry of Commerce and Industry had challenged an order of the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), which held that a suspended employee was entitled to higher allowances based on the recommendations of the Fifth Pay Commission.The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry had put R.K. Chopra under suspension, during which period the Fifth Pay Commission report was implemented.The government challenged the CAT order, which had enhanced the allowances of Chopra during his suspension period.Comments (0) Left trade union’s all-India strike cripples lifeFiled under: india — tarunreflex @ 5:30 pm Tags: Airport, anti-labour policies, Bank, Delhi, govt., india, Kolkata, LEFT, second life, strike, tarun reflex, TripuraLeft-sponsored strike against inflation and government policies has hit normal life and the effect is being felt in several parts of the country but Left-ruled West Bengal has come to a complete standstill.Everything is shut– shops, schools, colleges, offices and even the IT sector companies. There are no taxis or buses on the roads. The streets of Kolkata are completely deserted.The strike has been called by eight major trade unions including the All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) and Centre for Industrial Trade Union (CITU).Its also backed by 40 employees associations across sectors like public sector banks and airport ground handling staff.All Delhi flights to Kolkata have been cancelled. Delhi flights to Kochi and Thiruvanthapuram in Kerala have also been affected.Two flights from Delhi to Port Blair and Mumbai have also been cancelled.Airports Authority of India’s 22,000 employees are on strike between 7 am and 7 pm affecting ground handling at airports.The Kolkata airport was the worst affected due to the strike. It wore a completely deserted look. Not a single flight landed at the airport since the morning.Indian Airlines has been able to operate only two flights out of Kolkata since the morning whereas Kingfisher three and Jet Airways just one flight.The streets of Kolkata are empty. The entire state of West Bengal has come to a standstill. No long distance train have left Howrah and Sealdah since Wednesday morning. Some passenger trains left Howrah and Sealdah but were blocked soon after.And the flights to Kolkata which were supposed to depart from Delhi before 9.00 am and now stand cancelled are JetLite flight number S2 319, Kingfisher flight number IT 601, Indian Airlines flight number IC 401, Air India flight number AI 9401.The effect of the strike is being felt more in the Left-ruled states of West Bengal, Kerala and Tripura.Flights on passenger heavy routes like Kolkata, Trivandrum and Cochin have been affected.Airport employees are protesting against privatisation of airports and rationalisation of employees’ pay-scales. 250 Indian Air Force personnel have been deployed at 21 airfields across the country to ensure smooth air travel.Not a single long distance train left from Howrah or Sealdah since morning. Some passenger trains did leave in the morning but were blocked soon after they left the station.Many long distance trains coming to Howrah from different parts of the country are still stranded as trade union activists have blocked the railway tracks.Banking transactions across the country will also be hit with employees’ associations at all Public sector banks joining the strike, except for State Bank of India which was on strike on Monday.The bank employees are protesting against the new economic policies of the government, especially with regards to mergers which have lead to job cuts.Strike cripples life in West Bengal, TripuraThe 24-hour industrial strike on Wednesday paralysed the Left-ruled states of West Bengal and Tripura and affected life elsewhere in the eastern region, barring most of the North Eastern states.Additional policemen and Rapid Action Force personnel were deployed in Kolkata to maintain law and order, though the situation was totally peaceful, Inspector General (Law and Order), Raj Kanojia said.The protesters did not spare the IT sector in Salt Lake here from the purview of the strike. Local CPI-M MP Amitava Nandi said, “Nowhere in the country is the sector kept out of the purview of the strike.”Train and air services were disrupted in the state, while public transport was off the roads.The picture was also the same in Tripura, the other left-ruled state in the region with government offices, banks, public sector undertakings like ONGC and GAIL India Ltd recording no attendance.In Bihar, five left parties called a simultaneous bandh, which severely hit banking services across the state, though offices of the state government and undertakings were largely unaffected.Air and rail services were normal in the state.In BJD-BJP ruled Orissa, markets and business establishments were closed, with public transport off the roads in Bhubaneswar. Cuttack and the steel city of Rourkela were, however, unaffected.In Assam, normal life was affected in parts as hundreds of CPI, CPI(M), CPI(ML) and AISF picketers were picked up by the police for attempting to block trains and traffic on national highways.Shops, markets and banks in Guwahati kept their shutters down. Though government offices were open, attendance was thin.All flights between Guwahati and Kolkata were cancelled. However flights between the city and Delhi, Mumbai and Northeastern states remaining unaffected.Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Mizoram were unaffected by the shutdown, though shops, markets and business establishments were closed in Manipur and attendance in government offices was below normal.Today’s strike was called by Left trade unions against surging inflation, price rise and the ‘anti-people’ economic policies of the Centre.

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  4. Sunday, August 17, 2008Modified Pay and Arrear calculator available. 56 comments at 11:42 PM The modified pay and arrear calculator has been made available at staffcorner.com . The calculator is based on the Cabinet approved recomendations The following details are considered in addition to the report provided by the sixth pay commission:Fitment based on multiplication factor of 1.86 instead of 1.74Annual increment of 3% given in JulyLowest transport allowance of Rs. 600/- instead of Rs. 400/-The following DA rates are considered*. – 0%- 1.1.06; 2%- 1.7.06; 6%- 1.1.07; 9%- 1.7.07; 12%- 1.1.08 and 16%- 1.7.08 onwardsPlease visit staffcorner.com for more details. The suggestion about the calculator can be made at the discussion forum.

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  5. Pay panel award modification to cost additional Rs. 11,000 croreGovernment will pay its 50 lakh strong workforce an additional Rs 11,000 crore over the pay hike of Rs 30,000 crore, including arrears recommended by the Sixth Pay Commission in March.The modification of the Pay Commission award will cost the exchequer an additional Rs 5,000 crore towards annual wages and Rs 6,000 crore towards arrears, said Expenditure Secretary Sushma Nath.The original recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission would have entailed an additional expenditure of Rs 12,000 crore in annual wage bill and Rs 18,000 crore towards arrears.However, prompted by the protest from several quarters, including representations from the defence forces, the government appointed a high-powered committee under the chairmanship of Cabinet Secretary K M Chandrasekhar to suggest improvement in the Pay Commission award.Full Pension at 20 years of serviceIn a development that could well encourage more civil servants and armed forces personnel to opt for careers in the private sector, the government has decided to grant full pension benefits to all government employees who leave after 20 years in service, against the current 33 years.The Union Cabinet has accepted this proposal, along with other recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission on pension benefits for the estimated 3.84 million central government pensioners at a meeting here on Thursday. Experts said the reduction in the number of years of service to 20 years to earn full pension benefit was a liberal move and would end stagnation in government service.Government officials told Business Standard that several other recommendations have also been accepted. These include raising the gratuity limit to Rs 10 lakh, higher pension for octogenarians, exclusion of earned leave encashed while in service from the overall limit, clubbing of earned leave and half-day pay leave for encashment.Pensioners to get 40% raise, more gains for octogenarians.Octogenarians will now be paid an additional 20 per cent of their basic pension, while those aged 85 will get 30 per cent more, rising to 100 per cent additional pension for centurions.Officials said the final award for pensioners accepted by the government implied that central government pensioners would receive an overall increase of 40 per cent in pension. As a result the total estimated pension liability of nearly Rs 29,900 crore of the central government will go up by nearly Rs 1,400 crore annually.Based on the Invest India Incomes and Savings Survey, 2007, it is estimated that 5.3 per cent central government employees (170,000) are likely to retire in the two years till 2009-10.Another proposal to change the commutation formula and outsource the process to public sector banks, which would have saved the government Rs 2,344 crore annually, is also likely to have been accepted. If implemented, the government will bear only a notional subsidy on account of the interest payable to banks by employees who decide to commute a part of their pension, against the entire amount plus interest.The central government had estimated 3,321,210 employees (excluding defence personnel) on its rolls in 2007, with the number projected to go up marginally to 3,329,682 in 2008.What the Cabinet didn’t accept from Pay PanelWhile the Government announced an average around 21 percent pay hike for central government employees to keep them in good humour as elections are near, it also rejected some proposals.Sources said the Cabinet turned down the proposal of offering “liberal severance package” to government servants planning to quit the service after putting in 15 years and before completing 20 years without pension benefits.The proposed move could have not only offered government servants some flexibility to proceed for better opportunities outside the public sector but also allowed the government to recruit fresh talent. However, even the Committee of Secretaries set up under the Cabinet Secretary rejected the proposal without citing any substantial reason.Similarly, sources said the Government also declined to offer the women and disabled flexitime job engagement a long-pending demand with the Government. The issue was not even raised by any minister at the meeting that approved the pay hike.However, one rejection by the Government should make the employees happy. The Cabinet declined to reduce the gazetted number of holidays to three Independence Day. Republic Day and Gandhi Jayanti and decided to continue with the existing number of gazetted holidays in a year.However, the Government decided to process separately the issues like general insurance and health insurance.Pay and ArrearsThe following details are considered in addition to the report provided by the sixth pay commission:Fitment based on multiplication factor of 1.86 instead of 1.74 Annual increment of 3% given in July Lowest transport allowance of Rs. 600/- instead of Rs. 400/- The following DA rates are considered*. – 0%- 1.1.06; 2%- 1.7.06; 6%- 1.1.07; 9%- 1.7.07; 12%- 1.1.08 and 16%- 1.7.08 onwards Place link to shoutbox on webpageLink for websites: Copy and paste the codes to your blog, website or forum template to use.Example: ShoutboxLink for forums: Copy and paste the codes to your forum post or signature to use.Example: ShoutboxDirect link: Actual location of your shoutbox, for mobile phone use, forum IFRAME, etc.Use shoutbox directlyhttp://www.feedburner.com/

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  6. Zoho Sheet Switch To Product Links Languages Themes Feedback Sign Up Now VBA Editor Coriander GreenMetallic Grey * Coriander Green * * Metallic GreyLoading…Updating…Please wait to edit…Ready for editing X3 Local File URL (Supported Formats: xls, sxc, ods, csv and tsv) Name of the Document: CSV files have data in a structured format similar to a database table. 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Regular spreadsheet operations like cut/copy/paste, undo/redo, range selection, formulas and formatting are restricted in this mode. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S 123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839404142434445464748495051525354555657585960616263646566676869707172737475767778798081828384858687888990919293949596979899100101102103104105106107108109110111112113114115116117118119120121122123124125126127128129130131132133134135136137 Edit | Publish | Revert Publish | URL[Reset to Original Size] | Clone New Sixth PC Arrears and New Pay Calculator Last updated on 14.08.08 + Estimated Income Tax for the Year 2008-09 (Based on Pay Commission report approved by Cabinet on 14.08.08) prepared by GConnect Member Shri. J. Lakshminarayanan, DOS, Central Excise, Salem See the live calculator at http://www.GConnect.in Name of the officer: Enter Old Basic Pay as on 1-1-06 7750 DA rate % Enter New Grade Pay 4200 Jul-2006 0 Enter New HRA rate of your city 30 % Jan-2007 6 Enter Month of Old increment 8 (1 to 12) Jul-2007 12 Enter old Increment amount 175 Jan-2008 18 July-2008 23 Are you staying in quarters No (Yes/No) DA rates can be changed if necessary Enter New TA amount 1600 (3200/1600/800/400/300) Enter M for Male / F for Female M (M/F) Savings under 80C 100000 (up to Rs. 1 lakh) Chapter VI deductions *** 0 Enter old HRA Rate 30.0 % (30 or 15 or 7.5 or 5) As per approved pay commission report merger ratio and increment (annual) are 1.86 times and 3% respectively. These changes have been taken into account in the Calculator FIXED GRADE TOTAL DA Total Pay PAY DRAWN Arrears Jan-06 14420 4200 18620 0 18620 7750 3875 2790 14415 4205 Feb-06 14420 4200 18620 0 18620 7750 3875 2790 14415 4205 Mar-06 14420 4200 18620 0 18620 7750 3875 2790 14415 4205 Apr-06 14420 4200 18620 0 18620 7750 3875 2790 14415 4205 May-06 14420 4200 18620 0 18620 7750 3875 2790 14415 4205 Jun-06 14420 4200 18620 0 18620 7750 3875 2790 14415 4205 Jul-06 14979 4200 19179 0 19179 7750 3875 3371 14996 4183 Aug-06 14979 4200 19179 0 19179 7925 3963 3448 15336 3843 Sep-06 14979 4200 19179 0 19179 7925 3963 3448 15336 3843 Oct-06 14979 4200 19179 0 19179 7925 3963 3448 15336 3843 Nov-06 14979 4200 19179 0 19179 7925 3963 3448 15336 3843 Dec-06 14979 4200 19179 0 19179 7925 3963 3448 15336 3843 Jan-07 14979 4200 19179 1151 20330 7925 3963 4161 16049 4281 Feb-07 14979 4200 19179 1151 20330 7925 3963 4161 16049 4281 Mar-07 14979 4200 19179 1151 20330 7925 3963 4161 16049 4281 Apr-07 14979 4200 19179 1151 20330 7925 3963 4161 16049 4281 May-07 14979 4200 19179 1151 20330 7925 3963 4161 16049 4281 Jun-07 14979 4200 19179 1151 20330 7925 3963 4161 16049 4281 Jul-07 15554 4200 19754 2370 22124 7925 3963 4874 16762 5362 Aug-07 15554 4200 19754 2370 22124 8100 4050 4982 17132 4992 Sep-07 15554 4200 19754 2370 22124 8100 4050 4982 17132 4992 Oct-07 15554 4200 19754 2370 22124 8100 4050 4982 17132 4992 Nov-07 15554 4200 19754 2370 22124 8100 4050 4982 17132 4992 Dec-07 15554 4200 19754 2370 22124 8100 4050 4982 17132 4992 Jan-08 15554 4200 19754 3556 23310 8100 4050 5711 17861 5449 Feb-08 15554 4200 19754 3556 23310 8100 4050 5711 17861 5449 Mar-08 15554 4200 19754 3556 23310 8100 4050 5711 17861 5449 Apr-08 15554 4200 19754 3556 23310 8100 4050 5711 17861 5449 May-08 15554 4200 19754 3556 23310 8100 4050 5711 17861 5449 Jun-08 15554 4200 19754 3556 23310 8100 4050 5711 17861 5449 Jul-08 16147 4200 20347 4680 25027 8100 4050 5711 17861 7166 Aug-08 16147 4200 20347 4680 25027 8100 4050 5711 17861 7166 485210 134400 619610 51822 671432 254650 127331 137789 519770 151662 Expected Pay as on Sept-2008 FIXED GRADE TOTAL DA Total TA HRA GROSS 16147 4200 20347 4680 25027 1968 6104 33099 48600 24300 34266 107166 16147 4200 20347 4680 25027 1888 6104 @@ Estimated Total income during the Financial Year 315822 ++ Estimated Arrears amount chargeable to Tax 60665 Estimated Total income for 2008-09 376487 Less Savings under 80C (upto 1 lakh) 100000 *** Less Chapter-VI deductions 0 Taxable Income 276487 Income Tax 12649 Education Cess 379 Total Income Tax 13028 *** (Total of Interest on Housing Loan, Medical Insurance, deductions for Handicapped dependants etc.) @@ (Total amount of salary for the period from 3/2008 to 2/2009 excluding TA) ++ (40% of the arrears) Assumptions: TA was not taken for calculating IT HRA amount was not excluded while calculating income tax Pay throughout the year is constant viz., Pay of April 2008 is taken as pay for the months from May-2008 to Feb-2009 50% of the Arrears is taken as income during 2008-09, as only 50% is to be disbursed as cash based on PC's report 123 12649 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 3 0 1 4 0 1 5 0 1 6 1 1 7 0 8 1 9 1 10 1 11 1 12 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 7 0 8 1 9 1 10 1 11 1 12 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 7 0 8 * * * * Sheet1 Sheet2 0 Viewing Export (.xls)Export (.pdf)Export (.xls)Export (.pdf)Export (.xls)Export (.pdf) some of the sites are offering ready made pay calculators use them/ the correctness of all these depends on official circular of DOPy yo be release on 22 Aug or 25 August final things may get clearer by 15 September 2008till then lets have fun searching and browsing in http://www.gconnect.in:Name: Jaidev SinghTitle: Keep GuessingText: :confused: \r\nThis is FM policy the New approved scales are not declared we Government people are made to make guess work or its a game plan to implement same old pay with the name review pay commission\r\n\r\nCalculator making Guess Work on DA \r\n\r\nRetirement benefits not clear\r\nTA not clear \r\nWhy PB1 and PB2 category people put in low scale \r\nthere is high raise in group D and Group A people \r\nDoes FM thinks group C dont work ??Content item: http://www.gconnect.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=433&joscclean=1&comment_id=786#josc786 Processing…

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