Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. & Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training )
New Delhi, the 21st May, 1987.
Subject:- Scheme for Joint Consultative Machinery and Compulsory Arbitration for Central Government Employees – Raising the limit of pay from Rs.900 – Rs.2,900 per mensem for eligibility.
As the Ministries/ Departments are aware, the Scheme for Joint Consultative Machinery and Compulsory Arbitration for Central Government Employees covered all regular civil employees of the Central Government except inter-alia persons in industrial establishments employed mainly in managerial or administrative capacity, and those who being employed in Supervisory capacity draw salary in scales going beyond Rs.900/-per mensem. vide Clause 1© of the JCM Scheme.
2. With the revision of the scales of pay on the recommendations of the Fourth Central Pay Commission, the limit of Rs.900/- referred to in para 1 above, has correspondingly to be increased in order to ensure that employees who were already covered by the Scheme still continue to be so covered. The matter has been examined and it has been decided that, as under the new revised scales of pay etc., the limit of Rs.900/- would correspond to Rs.2,900/- the Scheme should be treated as amended to this extent. Accordingly, Clause 1© of the JCM Scheme may now be deemed to read as under:-
“Persons in Industrial establishments employed mainly in managerial or administrative capacity, and those who being employed in supervisory capacity draw salary in scales going beyond Rs.2,900/-per mensem”.
3. This may be brought to the notice of all concerned.
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