Monday, May 23, 2011


The main factors of census of Central Government employees are given below for your ready reference.
(1). As per the result of Census Enquiries, the total regular employment under Central Government as per this census was 31.16 lakh as against 31.64 lakh of previous census.
The employment has, thus, recorded a decline of 1.52%.

(2). Employment in Ministry of Railways was the highest (45.32%) followed by the
Ministry of Home Affairs (22.20%),
Defense civilian (11.35%),
Communications & IT (7.75%) and
Finance (3.62%).
Other Ministries/Departments collectively shared the rest of 9.76% of the total Central Government regular employment.
(3). Out of 31.16 lakh regular employees,
3.20 lakh were women.
The proportion of women in the total employment shows an increasing trend.
It is 10.28% in this census against 9.68% in previous census and thereby indicating empowerment of women.

(4). About 96% of regular Central Government employees were Non-Gazetted.
The overall ratio of Gazetted to Non-Gazetted employees was 1:22.
In Ministry of Railways, ratio, however, was 1:116.
(5). Amongst regular Central Government employees,
57.80% were holding Group-‘C’ posts and
30.62% were in Group-‘D’ posts(now Group-C).
8.63% were holding Group-‘B’ posts
whereas employees holding
Group –‘A’ posts were only 2.95%.

(6). About 21.13% of the regular Central Government employees were found to be in Grade pay of Rs. 2000 to 24000/- and
only 0.47% employees were in highest bracket of pay range-HAG with drawing basic pay of Rs. 75,500/- & above.

(7). Amongst regular Central Government employees,
15.66% were working at offices located in ‘A-1’ class cities, 1
1.10% in ‘A’ class cities,
4.61% in B-I class cities and
15.31% in B-2 class cities.
The percentage of employees in ‘C’ class and other unclassified cities was 53.32%.

(8). Amongst States and Union Territory Administrations, the highest number of regular Central Government employees was in the State of
West Bengal (11.23%) followed by
Uttar Pradesh (9.97%),
Maharashtra (9.65%),
Delhi (6.61%),
Andhra Pradesh (6.44%) and
Tamil Nadu (4.66%).
In remaining States/U.Ts the proportion was less than 4%.


Grant of Extension of service of Scientists beyond the age of superannuation - Issue of instructions regarding

Govt trashes proposal to increase babus’ retirement age
A government committee has rejected a proposal to increase the retirement age of government servants from 60 to 62. The decision is likely to impact over one lakh central government employees and 50,000 defence personnel on the verge of retirement. The proposal — which could have meant saving Rs4,000 in this fiscal — was rejected as the government wants a younger bureaucracy.
source- Hindustan Times May 22,

Central Staff seek Seventh Pay Commission

: Stating that Central Government employees were not happy with the recommendations of the 6th Pay Commission, SK Vyas, President of the Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers (CCGEW), demanded constitution of 7th Pay Commission to resolve problems of employees. He was speaking at a state-level convention of CCGEW here on Sunday.
KKN Kutti, Secretary General of CCGEW was also present.
Source: siasat

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