Tuesday, January 4, 2011







            A meeting between the official side and the representatives of the All India Civil Accounts Employees Association under the Chairpersonship of Shri M. J. Joseph, Pr. Chief Controller of Accounts, CBEC, New Delhi was held on 14th December 2010 at 3 P. M.  in the  chamber of Pr. CCA, CBEC. Following were present


SI. No

Official side

SI. No

Staff side


Shri M. J. Joseph, Pr. CCA. 


Shri V. Bhattacharjee, Secy. Genl


Shri D. N. Pathak, CCA


Shri A.S.H.Shankaramayan,

President, CBEC, Delhi Unit.


Shri Abhijit Roy, CA


Mrs. Kamlesh Kumari, Vice President, CBEC, Delhi Unit.


Shri P.L.Sahu, CA


Shri A.Mudgal, Executive Member


Shri A. K. Mishra, Sr. AO




            At the very outset, Pr. CCA welcomed the representatives of the Association. He also requested the representatives of the Association to convey his thanks to totality of employees and officers of CBEC for their effort for sending the monthly accounts on 10th of the month. He also congratulated all and requested to convey the same to all.




1.          Filling up of vacant posts in all cadres.


Staff side informed that due to non filling up of vacant posts existing employees are facing lots of difficulties and efficiency of the Department is the final victim.

Official side informed that, they have taken steps to fill up the vacancies. 65 applications for deputation has been received, S.S.C. has also been approached to send dossiers of fresh candidates at the earliest.

While appreciating the actions of the official side, staff side suggested that the services of retired persons may be utilized as a stop gap arrangement. Chairman agreed to the proposal.


2.          Restoration of power to Zonal heads and PAOs relating to GPF advance/withdrawal and leave etc.


Official side informed that the order in this regard has been issued on 26/11/2010 and the copy of the same shall be provided to the Association.  Staff side offered thanks for the same.

3.          Vacation of vindictive actions against employees of PAO, Central Excise, Allahabad and grant of promotions MACPs etc to persons denied the benefits.

(a)  Promotion as AAO – Case of Shri M.K. Keshari, Allahabad.

(b)  Grant of MACP - case of D. Roy Choudhury AAO (Retd.), Kolkata.

(c)   Grant of MACP to Shri Taraknath Mukharjee, Sr. Accountant, Kolkata.

(d)  Smti. Manu Sharma, DEO,mEERUT

In addition to these three officials, staff side requested that the benefit of MACP may be extended to Shri S. N. Dwivedi, (Allahabad) and Smti. Manju Sharma (Meerut), both DEOS.


Official side informed that adverse entries from the CRs in most of the cases have either been expunged or being expunged. However, the position of the cases shall be reviewed and ensured that due benefits to the individuals are granted at the earliest.


4.          Grant of MACPs to different categories of staff pending for long time


Official side informed that DPC was conducted on 13th December 2010 and all pending cases have been cleared. However, if any case is left out due to technical reason, shall be considered and cleared.


5.          Offering of compassionate appointments – cases from Guntur, Delhi, Mumbai, Coimbatore etc.


Staff side informed that according to their information following compassionate appointment cases are pending:-


1.      S.Rangaraj S/o R. Arungovalan (Trichy)

2.      M.H. Mote S/o H.B.Mote (Mumbai)

3.      T. Ephraim S/o Kannaiya (Guntur)

4.      Santosh Jadav S/o J. Remamani (Hyderabad)

5.      Mahon Kumar S/o Tez Singh Verma (Delhi)


Official side stated that the cases shall be examined and the committee for the purpose shall be constituted as per the procedure prescribed for the purpose. Cases recommended by the Committee for compassionate appointment shall be considered.


6.          Permission to appear AAO Examination by educationally qualified group-D (now Gr-C) – case from Cochin.


Staff side pointed that Shri V. S. Vinod, Gr-D Working in PAO, Central Excise, Cochin, had represented to permit him to appear AAO© Examination 2010 on following grounds:-


  1. After implementation Gr-D posts have been upgraded as Group C.
  2. Being graduate he fulfils the condition for appearing the examination and has the required computer operation skills as he has been imparted trainings.


His request was not considered by the administration and was not forwarded to CGA.


Chairman assured that, he would recommend his case favourably to CGA.   


7.          Grant of promotion from Gr-D to LDC at same station – case from Jaipur


Staff side requested that Shri Prabhu Dayal (Group-D working in PAO, CBEC, Jaipur has been granted promotion as LDC and allocated for posting under CCA, UD, Delhi. Being a poor paid employee, Shri Dayal is not in a position to come to Delhi as he had unilaterally sought his transfer to Jaipur a few years back.


Official side informed that the case would be referred to CGA favorably. However, a copy of the letter issued to CGA shall be provided to Association for persuasion from its end.


8.          Request for transfer from Delhi to Patna, - case from Delhi.


Staff side stated that, following officials have been seeking transfer to their Home Stations for quite a long time and  since their  transfers shall not cause reduction in the strength of the organization may kindly be considered favorably :-


  1. Shri N. K. Singh from Delhi to Patna.
  2. Smt. A. S. Sonurkar, from Aurangabad to Nagpur.
  3. Shri P.C. Venkatesh from Belgum to Hyderabad.


Official side informed that, requests shall be considered case to case basis.


Staff side also requested that, Shri Srehans Saini, Sr. Accountant working in PAO, BNP Dewas has requested for consideration of transfer to PAO, CBEC, Indore and the administration of CCA, Ministry of Finance, has expressed that the official would be relieved on transfer after the pending pension cases in the office are cleared. Staff side requested that the case may be taken up with CCA, Finance. Official side agreed to consider the request of staff side.  


9.          Total renovation of rooms and sections in the Fifth Floor of the A.G.CR. Building, New Delhi and Room No. 333 in the CR Building, of the P.A.O., Central Excise, New Delhi.


Staff side informed that, the condition of fifth floor of AGCR Building in which some of the sections of Pr. CCA, CBEC are located is in very bad condition and the staff sitting there are confronting HEALTH hazard due to staging of computer scrap and dumped old records. The room requires immediate cleaning and renovation to make it usable.


Similarly the conditions of Room No. 333 of PAO, Central Excise, New Delhi situated in C. R. Building, New Delhi is also in a very bad condition. Old records need to be removed from the room and renovation is also required to done to make it usable.


Chairman informed that, he Alongwith CCA and other Senior Officers shall visit the offices and take appropriate decision to solve the problems after examining the rooms physically.



10.     Improvement in maintenance of computer system in entire organization and particularly in Delhi offices.


Staff side informed that the maintenance of computer system in entire organization is below the mark. Internet facilities and equipments of the computers are very poor causing lots of difficulties for the staff to work smoothly.


Chairman stated that, after having assessment from different offices, appropriate measures shall be taken. Wherever necessary, old computers shall be replaced by new computers.


11.     Reimbursement of hospitality (Tea/Coffee and Snacks) expenditure to AAOs as has been granted by CCA, MHA and CCA, I&B. 

Official side agreed to the proposal and assured that a favorable decision in this regard shall be taken.



12.     Provisions of stationery items to the staff members.           


Official side assured that action shall be taken to a ensure improvement of quality of stationeries and their adequate supply.

13.     Improvement of the present arrangement for drinking water system and provision of water dispensers – section wise.

Staff side pointed out that, adequate drinking water facilities need to be arranged and atleast one dispenser may be provided to every section. Chairman agreed that, having clean and hygienic water being fundamental human right to every one, dispensers shall be provided to every section.


14.     Provision of Common Room for Ladies.


On behalf of official side, CCA informed that he would personally discuss the authorities responsible for providing space in the building so that an accommodation to the local Association can be allotted for purpose of both ladies common Room and office of Association.

15.     Provision of Room for the Unit Association.


16.     Provision of Identity Cards of the Ministry of Home Affairs for all the staff members working in different Pay and Accounts Offices located   in Delhi and NCR.   

Issuing of Pay/salary slip


Staff side informed that, the officials working in the offices of Delhi and NCR but not in AGCR Building do not posses proper ID Card for them. ID Card issued by local administrations of the buildings they are working is not having legal validity. Hence all employees working in different offices located in NCR may be issued proper ID Card (i.e. MHA ID Card) through the office of Pr. CCA, CBEC.


Chairman appreciated the problem and assured that, he would personally takeup the matter with the appropriate authority and settle it.


Staff side further requested that, the process of issuing of Pay Slip may be restored from the current month.

Official side agreed to do the needful in this respect



After the discussion on item No-16 was over, staff side raised the problem being faced by DEOS due to recent decisions of authorities regarding data feeding and challan feeding etc. Official side assured to take a rational view in the matter and asked the staff side to submit their suggestion in writing.


Staff side further requested officials' side to kindly clear the requests for adhoc promotions and also take favourable actions for granting of computer advance to the applicants waiting for pretty long time.



Staff side thanked the official side and assured their full co-operation in all matters.     

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