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  • W.P.(C) No.13318-19/05. Case: Sh. Tule Ram Yadav & Anr. Vs The Commissioner & Ors.. Delhi High Court

    1. This writ petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India is filed by two petitioners, Sh. Tule Ram Yadav being petitioner no.1 and Sh. Jailal Yadav being petitioner no.2. Petitioners claim that their pay scales as per the 4th Pay Commission Report should have been fixed at Rs.1640-2900/- but the respondents have wrongly fixed their pay

    ...Tule Ram Yadav being petitioner no.1 and Sh. Jailal Yadav being petitioner no.2. Petitioners claim that their pay scales as per the 4th Pay Commission Report should have been fixed at Rs.1640-2900/- but the respondents have wrongly fixed their pay in the scale of Rs.1400-2600/-. . 2. In the counter affidavit filed by the respondents, respondents have ...

  • CWJC No. 15727 of 2005. Case: Vijay Chandra Roy and Ors. Vs The State of Bihar and Ors.. Patna High Court

    2. There is no dispute that the 3rd and the 4th Pay Commission Report as accepted by the Government did not make any distinction in between the post of Seed Technicians and Laboratory Assistants. They carried the same salary. At that time, no recruitment rules had been framed which authorised promotion of Laboratory Assistants to the post of Seed T...

    ...No. 9447 of 2004. 2. There is no dispute that the 3rd and the 4th Pay Commission Report as accepted by the Government did not make any distinction in between the post of Seed ...

  • Case: Smt. Prem Lata Sinha and Ors. Vs State of Jharkhand and Ors.. Jharkhand High Court

    1. In course of submissions, learned Counsel for the respondent-State of Bihar invites attention to Annexure-21 filed by the writ petitioners and points out that the aforesaid annexure is a Notification issued by the State Government of Bihar whereby a decision was taken for revision in the "initial pay" of the employees of the Non-Government Aided...

    ... to the revised pay scales which was made pursuant to the recommendations under 5th Pay Commission Report. 3. Learned Counsel for the respondent-State of Bihar interjects stating that from the very ...

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  • CWJC No. 8611 of 2012. Case: District Madarsa Teachers Association, Banka Vs The State of Bihar through Chief Secretary, Government of Bihar and Ors.. Patna High Court

    1. The petitioner which is an Association of the District Madarsa Teacher's Association, Banka, has filed this writ petition through its General Secretary who is also the Principal of recognized and aided Madarsa, Islamia, Kaithtikar, Police Station Barahat, District-Banka, for grant of pay scales and other monetary benefits in terms of 5th, 6th an...

    ... pay scales and other monetary benefits in terms of 5th, 6th and 7th Pay Revision Committee Report to the teachers and non-teaching staff of non-Government Madarsa and Sanskrit Schools with effect ...The Finance Department implemented the 1st Pay Revision Commission Report vide Memo No. 1899(F) dated 17.2.1948 with effect from 1.9.1947. 2nd Pay Revision Commission ...

  • W.P.(C) No.7231/2007. Case: Union of India Vs R. K. Sharma and Others. Delhi High Court

    1. The respondents, who are working as Junior Accounts Officers in the Department of Economic Affairs, were placed in the pay scale of Rs. 5500-175-9000. Some posts of Junior Accounts Officer in the Department of Economic Affairs were encadred in the Organised Accounts Cadre. It was, therefore, decided to allow them higher pay scale of Rs. 6500-105...

    ...2004 6 SCC 218, the Govt of India accepted the 4th Central Pay Commission Report regarding revision of pay scales in Central Civil Services w.e.f. 1.1.1986 and made the ...

  • Case nº Revision Petition No. No. Rp/1653/2007, (Against the Order dated 23/02/2007 in Appeal No. 2524/2006 of the State Commission Madhya Pradesh) of National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, August 19, 2008 (case National Insurance Co. Ltd. Vs Shatrughan Agrawal)

    Dispute between the parties as is reflected in the order dated 14th August, 2008, is with regard to rate of interest and the period from which it is to be paid. It is not in dispute that Surveyor in its report dated 13th March, 2005 assessed the net loss at Rs. 1,7,923/-. It is also not in dispute that interest @ 12% per annum has been awarded to t...

    ...It is not in dispute that Surveyor in its report dated 13th March, 2005 assessed the net loss at Rs. 1,7,923/-. It is also not in dispute that interest @ 12% per annum has been awarded to the respondent by the District Forum from the date of filing ...

  • WP(C) 245 of 2007. Case: Anjan Deb Roy Vs The State of Tripura.

    2. The petitioners Anjan Deb Roy and Gouranga Kanti Roy Choudhury were appointed as Junior Grade Stenographers on 22-06-1988 and 16-09-1988 respectively. The Government of Tripura issued notification on 16-09-1988 revising the pay and allowances of all Government employees of the State of Tripura w.e.f. 01-01-1986 as per Tripura State Civil Service...

    ...However, the committee gave no finding and on 05-11-1996 the 4th Tripura Pay Commission was constituted and even the 4th Pay Commission in its report dated 29-06-1998 did not deal with ...

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  • W.P. (S) No. 3238 of 2003. Case: Nalani Kumar Mandal Vs 1. State of Jharkhand Through Secretary, Excise Department, Jharkhand, Ranchi, 2. Deputy Commissioner, Dept. of Excise, Jharkhand, Ranchi, 3. Superintendent of Excise, Deoghar, 4. Commissioner-Cum-Secretary, Department of Excise, Bihar, Patna. Jharkhand High Court

    This writ application was filed in the year 2003 and when it was listed for admission on 11/07/2003, it was directed to the State to file counter affidavit and the petitioner was also directed to file supplementary affidavit about the fact that he did attempt a number of times but failed to compete in the accounts examination. It appears that th...

    ...The prayer of the petitioner is for direction to the respondents to grant him the benefit of second time bound promotion w.e.f. 01/10/1990 on the basis of 4th pay revision commission's report as well as to pay his arrears of salary. According to the case of the petitioner, he joined the service on 15/09/1965 as Office Assistant and his date of birth is 29/07/1943. On attaining the age of ...

  • WA No. 74 of 2003. Case: Tripura Jute Mills Officers Association and Ors. Vs State of Tripura and Ors.. Gawahati High Court

    2. The issue raised in the writ petition is as to whether the employees of the Tripura Jute Mills Ltd., a Govt. of Tripura Undertaking, are entitled to the benefits of revision of pay at par with the State Govt. employees and other Public Sector Undertakings including revised House Rent Allowance (HRA), Compensatory Allowance (CA), Career Advanceme...

    ...of Tripura made applicable the recommendation of the 2nd Pay Commission to the Officers and employees of TJM at par with other State Govt. Undertakings and Statutory ...of Tripura. 5. Pursuant to the recommendation made by the 3rd Pay Commission in its report submitted in the year 1988, recommending revised pay structures for all Govt. Officers/ employees ...

  • W.P.(C.) No. 1691/2010. Case: ITI Certificate Holders' Association (Regd.) and Anr. Vs Delhi Transport Corporation and Ors.. Delhi High Court

    1. The petitioners herein are aggrieved by the orders dated 07.10.2009 and 20.11.2009 passed by the Central Administrative Tribunal, Principal Bench, New Delhi (for short "the Tribunal") in TA No. 1167/2009 and TA No. 1481/2009 respectively, whereby the learned Tribunal has dismissed both the transfer applications. 2. The petitioners herein prays

    ...4000-6000/- as recommended to their category as per Central Pay Commission Report/Recommendation which was made effective by the Central Government and the State Government ...

  • W.P. No. 985 (W) of 2007. Case: Amar Kumar Barik and Others Vs National Instruments Limited and Others. Calcutta High Court

    The employees of certain Public Sector Enterprises filed several writ petitions with regard to pay revision of the Central Public Sector Employees following Central Dearness Allowance (hereinafter referred to as 'CDA') pattern in 69 Public Sector Enterprises of the Government of India. In pursuance of the directives given by the Hon'ble Supreme Cou...

    ...Justice R. B. Misra (as His Lordship then was), which gave its final report to the Government of India on 24th November, 1988 recommending Central Government pay structure for ... Memorandum dated 12th June, 1990 provides that all employees following 3rd Central Pay Commission Dearness Allowance pattern appointed on or after 1st January, 1986 but before 31st December, 1988 ...

  • Writ Petition Nos. 4800, 7647, 8378 and 39090 of 2012 and 4786, 4801, 4805, 30314, 30315, 30316, 30317, 30318, 34006, 34007, 34008, 34009, 34012, 34220 and 37544 of 2013. Case: Govt. of A.P. and Others Vs T. Gangadhar and Others. Andhra Pradesh High Court

    1. Writ Petition Nos. 39090 of 2012, 4805 of 2013, 30314 of 2013, 30315 of 2013, 30316 of 2013, 34006 of 2013, 34007 of 2013, 34008 of 2013, 34009 of 2013, 34012 of 2013, 34220 of 2013, 37544 of 2013, 30317 of 2013 and 30318 of 2013 are filed by the Principal Secretary to the Government (R&E), Finance Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh, H...

    ... to declare action of the respondents in not extending the benefit of Pay Revision Commissions, 1999, 2010, 1999, 2005 and 2010 respectively, to them without taking into account their effective ...As per paragraph no. 17.3 of the 4th Central Pay Commission report, in the case of employees who retire during the period from 01.01.1986 to 30.09.1986, the ...

  • Writ Petition Nos. 4800, 7647, 8378 and 39090 of 2012 and 4786, 4801, 4805, 30314, 30315, 30316, 30317, 30318, 34006, 34007, 34008, 34009, 34012, 34220 and 37544 of 2013. Case: Govt. of A.P. and Others Vs T. Gangadhar and Others. Andhra Pradesh High Court

    1. Writ Petition Nos. 39090 of 2012, 4805 of 2013, 30314 of 2013, 30315 of 2013, 30316 of 2013, 34006 of 2013, 34007 of 2013, 34008 of 2013, 34009 of 2013, 34012 of 2013, 34220 of 2013, 37544 of 2013, 30317 of 2013 and 30318 of 2013 are filed by the Principal Secretary to the Government (R&E), Finance Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh, H...

    ... to declare action of the respondents in not extending the benefit of Pay Revision Commissions, 1999, 2010, 1999, 2005 and 2010 respectively, to them without taking into account their effective ...As per paragraph no. 17.3 of the 4th Central Pay Commission report, in the case of employees who retire during the period from 01.01.1986 to 30.09.1986, the ...

  • LPA 783/2012 & C.M. No. 5754/2015. Case: National Institute of Public Finance and Policy Vs National Institute of Public Finance and Policy Employees Union. Delhi High Court

    2. The brief facts of the case are that the appellant is an autonomous non-profit organization, registered with the Registrar of Societies on 05.04.1976 and was established with the joint initiative of Ministry of Finance (hereinafter referred to as 'MOF') and Planning Commission to carry out research and training activities in the areas of public

    ... joint initiative of Ministry of Finance (hereinafter referred to as 'MOF') and Planning Commission to carry out research and training activities in the areas of public finance and policy, public ... of Central Secretariat Service (CSS) was fixed at ` 425-800 after the 3rd Pay Commission Report. After the 4th Pay Commission recommendations, the appellant adopted the scale of CSS fixed at ` ...

  • O.A. No. 234 of 2005. Case: Krishna Dey Vs Union of India (UOI) and Ors.. Central Administrative Tribunal

    1. The applicant is widow of Late Man Mohan Dey who was appointed as casual labourer in the Postal Department on 04.04.1983 and, having worked as such continuously, he was granted temporary status w.e.f. 29.11.1989 but, as the ill fate would have it, he died in harness on 11.02.1999, still working under temporary status. There is no dispute about t...

    ... similarly situated employees and noticed that the Railway Board on the basis of 4th Pay Commission's Report had provided for pension at the time of superannuation even to those who were temporary ...

  • W.P.(C) No.7958/2011. Case: Jagmohan Sharma & Ors. Vs Nipccd & Ors.. Delhi High Court

    1. The issue pertaining to pay-scale in which Assistants and Stenographers Grade-II working in subordinate and attached offices of the Union of India as also Autonomous Bodies established by the Government vis-à-vis Assistants and Stenographers working in the Central Secretariats and appointed through competitive examination and becoming members of...

    ... Stenographers Service (CSSS) became the bone of contention when the 3rd Central Pay Commission placed the two in different pay-scales, giving reason:-. "By the very nature of work in the ...When the 4th Central Pay Commission submitted its report, recommendation was to place Assistants and Stenographers working in the Central Secretariat in the ...

  • WP 11066 (W) of 2002. Case: Barindra Nath Sarkar Vs The State of West Bengal and Ors.. Calcutta High Court

    1. The petitioner filed the instant writ petition praying inter alia to fix the petitioner's pay scale in Scale No. 12 instead of Scale No. 9 as per ROPA 1998 as the said benefit has been already extended in respect of the other incumbents working under the same organisation namely Central Valuation Board (hereinafter referred to as the said Board)

    ...9 to Pay Scale No. 12. It was also mentioned there that the 4th Pay Commission after considering the duties and responsibilities of the post of Law Assistant, has recommended ...12. 3. It was also contended that the Government of West Bengal had accepted the report of the 4th Pay Commission and had decided to implement the said recommendation, the same was ...

  • Writ Petition (C) No. 2797 of 2003. Case: B.D. Sharma Vs Union of India. Delhi High Court

    The issue that arises for consideration in this writ petition is whether the petitioner herein who is working as Private secretary to the Chair man/members of the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade practices Commission (for short "the MRTP Commission) is entitled to get the same pay-scale as that of the post of Principal Private Secr...

    ... secretary to the Chair man/members of the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade practices Commission (for short "the MRTP Commission) is entitled to get the same pay-scale as that of the post of ...The 5th Central Pay Commission, however, stated in their report that keeping in view the differences in the hierarchical structures and the type of work transacted ...

  • Writ Appeal No. 64 of 2005. Case: Shri Moirangthem Meghachandra Meetel Vs North Eastern Council and Anr.. Gawahati High Court

    1. This writ appeal is the result of the dismissal of the appellant's writ petition by the impugned judgment and order dated 7.6.2005 whereby and whereunder, the learned Single Judge disallowed the appellant's prayer for granting him the higher pay scale of Rs. 1640-2900/- which was subsequently revised to Rs. 5500-9000/-, with effect from his date...

    ...5500-9000/- in the revision made on the recommendation of the 5th Pay Commission. 4. Having learnt the said situation, the then Health Educator made a complaint for rectification ... other employees under the same Institution while implementing the 4th and 5th Pay Commission Report. Drawing attention of this Court to Annexure-7 to the writ appeal, he again contends that by an ...

  • LPA No. 1225 of 2014 in CWJC No. 22327 of 2013. Case: Saryu Singh Vs The Union of India and Ors.. Patna High Court

    1. This is an appeal against order, dated 2.7.2014, passed, in CWJC No. 22327 of 2013, by a learned Single Judge of this Court, whereby the learned Single Judge dismissed the writ petition on the grounds that (i) no assistance was rendered, in the writ proceedings, on behalf of the writ petitioner-appellant herein, and (ii) the writ petition lacks

    ... of Production, Government of India, with effect from 1.1.1954, in the Central Pay Commission Scale approved by the Government of India and guided by the Central Civil Rules. (iii) During the ...(ix) The writ petitioner, on hearing the announcement of the 4th Central Pay Commission Report, as approved by the Government of India with effect from 1.1.1996, requested, a number of times, ...

  • Special Civil Application No. 10090 of 1999. Case: Ahmedabad Municipal Mazdoor Association Vs Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation. Gujarat High Court

    1. The petitioner, Ahmedabad Municipal Mazdoor Association, has filed this petition espousing the cause of the Assistant Engineers of the respondent Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation. They have prayed for a writ of mandamus directing the Corporation to give retrospective effect to the revision of wages of the Assistant Engineers from the scale of Rs.

    ... also was in the process of revising the pay scales of its employees for which the pay commission was set up. Insofar as the Corporation employees are concerned, the employees as well as the ...The said Commission gave its report on 4th June, 1985. While this report was under the consideration of the Govt. of the fourth Central ...

  • Criminal Appeal Nos. 543, 605, 612 and 801/2011. Case: B. Ganesh and Ors. Vs State of Karnataka. Karnataka High Court

    1. All these appeals are arising out of the judgment of conviction and order of sentence dated 20.04.2011 passed by the I Addl. Sessions Judge at Mysore in S.C. No. 18/2006, whereby all the accused Nos. 1 to 7 have been convicted for the offences punishable under Sections 143, 120-B, 364, 302, 201 r/w Section 149 of IPC and have been sentenced to u...

    ...He secured FSL report Ex. P25, post mortem reports Exs. P17 and P18 and after completing the other formalities of ...6 and 7, that accused Nos. 6 and 7 were not at all involved in commission of the crime alongwith other accused and as such the conviction of accused Nos. 6 and 7 is not ...

  • Writ Petition No. 430 of 2003. Case: 1. The All Goa Government Pensioners Association, a Society Registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 under No.227/1981, represented herein by its President, Shri Pascoal Patrick Cardozo, 2. Shri Joao Nascimento Escolastico Araujo, son of Bernardo Araujo, 3. Shri Antonio Sebastiao Dourado Vs 1. State of Goa, through its Chief Secretary. Bombay High Court

    1. Sagacity of the State''s decision in imposing cut off date as 01.01.2001 for giving benefit of pay fixation on the revised/ interim revised pay scales with fitment weightage of 40 % to only those employees in service as on 01/01/2001 and denying such benefit to all other employees, who resigned, retired, expired or ceased to be in service during...

    ...According to these petitioners, the recommendations of 4th Pay Central Commission came to be accepted and implemented with effect from 01/01/1986; and subsequently when the State of ... 4th Central Pay Commission, pending the decision on the basis of 5th Central Pay Commission Report. 13. A copy of the order dated 27.10.1997 at annexure B to the petition further reveals that the ...