Saturday, August 18, 2012

Circular 22

Dear Comrade
 
Please find Circular 22-2012 posted below
 
M. S, Raja
Secretary General

ALL INDIA AUDIT & ACCOUNTS ASSOCIATION

CSV WARRIER BHAWAN

15/1089-90, VASUNDHARA, VASUNDHARA (P.O.), Dt. GHAZIABAD (U.P), PIN-201012

Ph: 0120-2881727/4101593/ 0 – 98681 45667

E-mail: auditflag@gmail.com

Website: www.auditflag.blogspot.com

Reference: AIA/Circular-22/2012                                                                                                                                                                                                                Dated: 19th August 2012

 

To

Unit Secretaries,

Members & Spl. Invitees – NE &

Members of Women's Committee

 

 

Dear Comrades,

TOUR PROGRAMME

 

            The CWC meeting held at New Delhi on 27-28 September 2012 decided that a group of all India Office-bearers would visit stations and would hold extensive interaction with leaders, activists and members in preparation to the one day strike on 12-12-12. Confederation has also given programme of similar visit of all India leaders. Our Units should make take advantage of the visit of two set of leaders, using their presence to the maximum possible extent.

            Every group shall remain in the station for three days. On the first day they will have a detailed discussion with the Executive Committee followed by activists meeting. Wherever there are more units in one station, the local units should try to have joint meeting. Separate meeting may be arranged only in exceptional circumstances.

            Second day shall be used for interacting with cross section of membership and there shall be a General body meeting on the 3rd day.  The visit may be concluded by meeting the Executive Committee before the departure of the team of visiting leaders. Time may be found out to interact with the newly recruited employees including MTS.

            During the visit all issues confronting the membership, organisation, the Central Govt employees shall be subjected to frank discussion. We should not present the gloomy picture alone, but we also should present before the activists the results of the struggle that we have waged all the years, and the sacrifices of hundreds of leaders and activists.

            The visiting leaders shall immediately send a detailed report on their experiences and assessment of the situation, jointly or separately.

 

The tour programme is given below.

Sl No

Station

Date

Name of visiting Leaders

Onward journey To

1

Raipur

21,22 August '12

M.S. Raja & K.C. Mathai

Nagpur

2

Nagpur

23,24 Aug '12

"

Bangalore,-

3

Bangalore

27,28 Aug '12

M.S. Raja, R. Venkataraman

New Delhi, Chennai

4

Delhi

6, 7, 17, 18

Sept '12

 

SK Vyas, MS Raja

-

5

Hyderabad

11,12 Sept '12

M.S. Raja, S.K. Vyas

Chennai

6

Chennai

13-14 Sept '12

S.K. Vyas, M.S. Raja, M Duraipandian,

R Venkataraman

New Delhi

7

Dehradun

17, 18 Sept '12

Subhash Chandra Pandey, KL Gautam

New Delhi, Shimla

8

Allahabad

19, 20, 21 Sept 12

M S Raja, Subhash Pandey, Jagmohan Thakur

New Delhi, -, Shimla

9

Kerala

17-20 Sept

M Duraipandian,

V Sreekumar

Chennai, -

10

Mumbai

24,25,26 Sept' 12

Subhash Chandra Pandey, V Nageswara Rao & R Venkataraman

Allahabad

Hyderabad

Chennai

11

Shillong

24,25 Sept '12

GK Gohain, Partha Guha

"

12

Kolkata

24,25,26 Sept '12

MS Raja, V Sreekumar, Tapas Bose, Partha Guha, A Mitra

Agartala

 13

Agartala

27, 28 Sept '12

"

New Delhi, Thrisur

14

Jaipur

3,4 Oct 2012

MS Raja, VK Bhambhi & Jagdish Panchal

Delhi, Ahmedabad

15

Bhubaneswar, Puri

3,4,5 Oct '12

M Duraipandian,

Partha Guha

Chennai, Kolkata

16

Gwalior

8,9,10 Oct '12

MS Raja, Subhash Chandra Pandey & KL Gautam

Bhopal

17

Bhopal

11,12 Oct '12

-          Do -

New Delhi, Allahabad & Shimla

18

Kohima

8,9 Oct '12

GK Gohain, Tapas Bose

Imphal

19

Imphal

10,11 Oct 2012

-          Do -

Guwahati, Kolkata

20

Chandigarh

16, 17, 18 Oct '12

Jagmohan Thakur,

 KL Gautam

New Delhi, Shimla

21

Jammu

22,23Oct '12

MS Raja, Jagmohan Thakur

Sreenagar

22

Sreenagar

24,25 Oct '12

-          Do -

New Delhi, Shimla

23

Rajkot

5,6,7 Nov '12

M S Raja, Jagdish Panchal, VK Bhambhi

Ahmedabad

24

Ahmedabad

8,9 Nov. '12

-do-

Kochi, Jaipur,-

 

With greetings,

Yours fraternally

 

 

(M.S.Raja)

Secretary General

Friday, August 17, 2012

Circular 21

Dear Comrades
 
Please find Circular 21-2012 posted  below.
 
With greetings M. S. Raja

ALL INDIA AUDIT & ACCOUNTS ASSOCIATION

CSV WARRIER BHAWAN

15/1089-90, VASUNDHARA, VASUNDHARA (P.O.), Dt. GHAZIABAD (U.P), PIN-201012

Ph: 0120-2881727/4101593/ 0 – 98681 45667

E-mail: auditflag@gmail.com

Website: www.auditflag.blogspot.com

 

Reference: AIA/Circular-21/2012                                                        Dated:  17th August 2012

 

To

Unit Secretaries,

Members & Spl. Invitees – NE &

Members of Women's Committee

 

Dear Comrades,

 

In the meeting of Staff side on 16th July 2012 this issue of total paralysis of JCM functioning was hotly discussed and it was decided that it should be raised very strongly in the Anomaly Committee meeting. Accordingly, both Sri M Raghavaiah, Leader, Staff Side and Com Umraomal Purohit, Secretary, Staff Side raised the issue of non-functioning of JCM forum at different levels in their introductory remarks opening up a detailed discussion there-of.

 

Staff side pointed out that even the National Council has not met for the last two years (The last meeting was on 15th May 2010, that also after a gap of 3 years). The items are to be decided in the same meetings as per the scheme and constitution of JCM which is seldom done. Except in Railways and Defence, the Departmental Council meetings is not held in any other Department. Departmental Anomaly Committee has not been formed in any of the Departments except in the two. It was further pointed out that in IA&AD, the authorities have even redrafted the constitution of the Departmental Council unilaterally, subverting the very scheme of JCM.

 

Secretary, DOPT agreed that the scheme's functioning is in the interest of all and all efforts should be made to ensure its effective functioning. He assured that meeting of the National Council would be convened immediately after the monsoon session of Parliament is over. He also stated that DOPT will write to every department on the need of effective functioning of JCM forum – Departmental Council and regional/office council – seeking a report there-on. (DOPT has since written to every Department, copy of the letter is published in the September 2012 issue of Auditlekha Samanvay).

 

Departmental Council Meeting

 

There was a stalemate in the IA&AD on account of the unilateral redrafting of the constitution of the departmental council which is against the very foundation of the Joint Intent on which Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM) is founded. The Joint Intent states that the any provision in the Constitution can be amended by mutual consent.

 

Attempt is even made to dictate who should be the Secretary and Leader Staff side and infringe upon the solemn right of the staff side. We had demanded that a special meeting of the Departmental Council may please be convened so as to enable the staff Side to elect Leader and Secretary.

 

The administration convened a meeting of the Departmental Council on 23rd August 2012 for the very purpose that we had sought for – ie to elect Leader and Secretary, Staff side. Though the administration has no role in this and it is purely an affair of the staff side, we decided to attend it so that we can raise the fundamental issues.

 

At the start of the meeting itself we demanded abrogation of the unilaterally drafted constitution and restoration of the constitution that was approved on mutual consent. This will be raised as agenda item in the 28th ordinary meeting of the departmental council.

 

The meeting elected Com Subhash Chandra Pandey as Leader, Staff Side and Com MS Raja as Secretary, Staff Side.

 

Courtesy Meeting with DAI

 

Courtesy meeting with DAI was held on 24th July 2012. In the meeting we raised the issue of continued victimisation of Association leaders and activists in various field offices like Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Rajkot, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh. The issue of banning of demonstration was also raised.

 

We requested DAI that the informal channel of negotiation upto the level of DAI should be made available which alone will curb the whimsical actions of certain Accountants General.

 

Send items for Departmental Council Meeting

 

All Units are requested to send items – functional, work-related etc – with explanatory note by 30th August 2012.

 

VISIT OF CONFEDERATION LEADERS

 

The Confederation has decided to hold campaign on the 15 point charter of demands for the strike on 12-12-12 and chalked out visit of leaders to various stations. Leaders would stay put in every station for two or three days, would meet leaders of every affiliate in the station, would hold joint and separate meetings in addition to visit to different offices.

 

All the units should ensure that the visit of leaders of Confederation and also of our leaders (being worked out) is made use of to the fullest extent.

 

NATONAL WORKERS' CONVENTION

 

12 (twelve) Central Trade Unions have decided to hold a National Workers' Convention on 4th Sept 2012 at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi. Confederation has decided that in addition to the Secretariat Members of Confederation, National Executive members of all affiliates should also attend the convention. All NE members including special invitees may ensure their participation in the Convention on 4th Sept 2012.

 

With greetings,

Yours fraternally

 

 

 

(M.S.Raja)

Secretary General

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Census of Central Govt employees

CENSUS OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES (As on 31st MARCH, 2009)


         As per the result of Census Enquiries, the total regular employment under Central Government as on 31st March, 2009 was 30.99 lakh as against 31.12 lakh on 31st March, 2008.

        The employment has, thus, recorded a decline of 0.42% in 2009 over 2008. (2). Employment in Ministry of Railways was the highest (44.74%) followed by the Ministry of Home Affairs (24.14%), Defence civilian (11.77%), Communications & IT (7.06%) and Finance (3.49%). Other Ministries/Departments collectively shared the rest of 9% of the total Central Government regular employment. (3). Out of 30.99 lakh regular employees, 3.11 lakh were women.

 

        The proportion of women in the total employment is almost static, around 10% in the year 2009, 2008 and 2006

 

EMPLOYMENT UNDER CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

 

        The total number of regular civilian employees under Central Government establishments as on 31st March, 2009 was 30.99 lakh. The Table-1 shows overall comparative change noticed in the level of Central Government employment (regular) as on 31st of March, 2008 and 2009.

 

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT (2008 & 2009)

(In lakh)

Category of employees

Number of employees as on 31st March

Increase/Decrease (+) (-)

2008

2009

Absolute

Percentage

1

2

3

4

5

Regular

31.12

30.99

-0.13

-0.42

Total

31.12

30.99

-0.13

-0.42

 

        The total employment under Central Government as on 31st March, 2009 as per Census has gone down by 0.13 lakh over 31st March, 2008. This decrease may be attributed to various recruitment policies of the Government. Right sizing /down sizing policy has been a major contributory factor for this declining trend.


EMPLOYMENT UNDER VARIOUS MINISTRIES

 

2.2 The distribution of regular employees in major Ministries is given in Table-2: 

 

Table-2

REGULAR CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT IN MAJOR MINISTRIES AS ON 31ST MARCH, 2009

S.No.

Ministry

N umber of regular employees

% age to the total

1

2

3

4

1.

Communication & IT

218788

7.06

2.

Defence (Civilian)

364718

11.77

3.

Finance

108105

3.49

4.

Home Affairs

748049

24.14

5.

Railways

1386123

44.74

6.

Others

272724

8.80

Total

3098507

100.00

 

        The Ministry of Railways has a major share (44.74%) of the total regular Central Government employees followed by Ministries of Home Affairs (24.14%), Defence (civilian) (11.77%), Communications & IT (7.06%) and Finance (3.49%). These five Ministries taken together accounted for 91% of the total Central Government employment. The residual employment (about 9%) was shared by all the remaining Ministries/Departments of the Central Government.

 

WOMEN EMPLOYMENT UNDER CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

 

2.3          Women employment under Central Government has been estimated to the tune of 3.11 lakh, which is 10.04 percent of the total regular Central Government employment. Women employees together with their proportion in the total estimated women employment in the major employing Ministries for the year 2009 is shown in Table-3: 

S.No.

Ministry

Women employment as on 31st March, 2009

Number

% age share

1

2

3

4

1.

Communication & IT

34525

15.78

2.

Railways

89128

6.43

3.

Defence (Civilian)

39353

10.79

4.

Others

147996

13.11

Total

311002

10.04

 

        It may be observed from Table-3 that participation of women was highest in Ministry of Communications & IT(15.78%) whereas participation of women in Ministry of Railways is quite low (6.43%) as compared to overall women participation in Central Government employment. Ministry of Defence (civilian) has fair share of women employment i.e. 10.79%. The participation of women shared by rest of the Ministries/Departments was of the order of 13.11%.


(Courtesy: central govt employees news)