Pay Protection of LDC for Higher Responsibility
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March 18, 2017 at 11:12 am #70613Anonymous
If LDC is performed higher responsible duty since his joining, the govt is grant higher pay scale to him for perform higher duty post. My question is LDC is eligible for pay protectionApril 23, 2017 at 12:11 pm #82333Anonymous
If the duties are of higher post then pay fixation be given as applicable to that specific higher post.April 29, 2017 at 5:39 pm #82356Anonymous
I joined service along with my colleague of mine on 6.8.2012. I ranked 2nd in the merit list while he ranked 7th. Now being S.C, he got promoted to U.D.C with effect from 1.1.2017 as per 50 Point Roster while I am still L.D.C. My question is whether I am entitled to get the pay protection in this case. Kindly reply ASAP. Thanks in advance.April 30, 2017 at 3:16 am #82358Anonymous
Pay protection is allowed in cases related to mobility of personnel from one government organisation to another through selection to the same scale or higher scale. But, you do not fulfil that criteria. So pay protection is not available in your case. Moreover, Stepping up is also not admissible here.April 30, 2017 at 6:48 am #82363Anonymoussubhendu matilal, post: 17072, member: 6819 wrote:Pay protection is allowed in cases related to mobility of personnel from one government organisation to another through selection to the same scale or higher scale. But, you do not fulfil that criteria. So pay protection is not available in your case. Moreover, Stepping up is also not admissible here.
But as far as I know where DOJ is same, merit list is considered for seniority in promotion.April 30, 2017 at 7:19 am #82364Anonymous
As per merit list of direct recruitment you are senior but your junior is getting promotion by virtue of his being SC. It is a privilege based on caste. That employee is adjusted against the roster point reserved for SC candidate. It may be that there is no vacancy available for roster point earmarked as general. So, may be for that reason you could not be promoted at present. However, I don’t have the details about your present service position , so as far as my knowledge goes on service matters, I have opined. If still you have any doubts, you may let me know through this esteemed forum.May 1, 2017 at 7:02 pm #82369Anonymous
For the second question…answer is no. Without going through the details, lets put it in very simple manner. As per extant policy adopted by most of the states, consequential seniority is granted to the roaster point promotees in consistence with the article 16 (4A). (Though it is a highly contentious issue). That means if a roaster point promotee gets promotion then he/she becomes senior to those who are given promotion later.
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