- In order to trace the customer details in DOP finacle recently a new menu launched in finacle which is nothing but CICD
- CICD stands for Customer Menu for Inquiring of Customer Details which is nothing it will display the details of the customer.
- We can trace customer PAN number, Adhaar number, mobile number and whether enrolled in PMJJY/PMSBY schemes by using the menu CICD.
- This is menu is very handy and useful menu for all the user working in DOP Finacle.
- The operating procedure and step by step usage of this menu is illustrated below.
Procedure to trace the customer details in DOP Finacle :-
- From the above screen shot it is clear that system is asking only two fields account number and cif id of the customer. Hence enter the customer account number then the cif id field will be auto filled by the system as shown in the below screen shot.
- After entering the above mentioned fields as shown in the screen shot then finally click on Go then the system will display the customer details.
- As we can see from the above screen shot system fetched the fields aadhar number, pan number, mobile number and PMJJY/PMSBY status fields.
Important points to remember :-
- Most of them are reporting that even though adhaar,pan numbers are available at cif level system is not fetching the customer details in CICD menu.
- The reason behind point number 1 is that we have the enter the document details in Document details 2, document details 3 columns etc., then only system will display aadhar and pan in CICD menu. Most of them are entering in aadhar number column and pan card column which is wrong hence enter in document details column which is mandatory.
7th Pay Commission: Union cabinet likely to discuss revised allowances this week, NJCA tells govt employees
In a letter to Central government employees, NJCA general secretary Shiv Gopal Mishra informed them about his meeting with Cabinet Secretary on June 15.
The Narendra Modi-led Cabinet is likely to decide on revised allowances for Central government allowances this week.
The Union cabinet skipped the issue of revised allowances in the previous two meetings but is expected to take it up this week before Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicks off his Portugal-US-Netherlands trip this weekend.
Reports hint that the House Rent Allowance (HRA) for Central government employees is likely to be fixed at 27 per cent, 18 per cent and 9 per cent for X, Y and Z cities respectively under the Seventh Pay Commission.
The general secretary of National Joint Council of Action (NJCA)--NJCA is holding talks with the government on behalf of employees--recently met Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha and raised the issue of delay in allowances with him.
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED AT THE MEETING WITH CABINET SECRETARY AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTS:
- In a letter to Central government employees, NJCA general secretary Shiv Gopal Mishra informed them about his meeting with Cabinet Secretary on June 15. The NJCA official expressed "anguish regarding non-settlement of demands of Central government employees, particularly non-approval of the allowances by the Cabinet".
- NJCA general secretary said that he was assured by the Cabinet Secretary that "things are in the process and most probably would be placed in the next Cabinet meeting".
- The Union Cabinet meets every Wednesday but this time June 21 (a Wednesday) is being celebrated as Yoga Day. The NJCA general secretary said that he was given assurance by the Cabinet Secretary that the decision on allowances would be taken up at the meeting which could happen a day or two later. "We hope that the matter of allowances would be settled within this month," said Shiv Gopal Mishra.
- "We have come to know from reliable sources that the Committee on National Pension System (NPS) has also submitted its report and some serious discussion is on for its implementation," NJCA general secretary said.
- Earlier, some reports had suggested that the Narendra Modi government could start rolling out revised allowances from July, more than a year after the Union cabinet had okayed the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission in June last year.
- The Seventh Pay Commission recommended axing 53 of the 196 allowances for Central government employees besides merging 36 smaller allowances into bigger ones. It also suggested bringing down the HRA rates for by varying degrees depending on the type of city.
- The Ashok Lavasa Committee on Allowances, which was tasked with reviewing the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission, submitted its report to Arun Jaitley on April 27. The Lavasa report was sent to the Department of Expenditure for a first round of review and then placed before the Empowered Committee of Secretaries (E-CoS) for another round of screening.
- After screening the Ashok Lavasa report on allowances, the Empowered Committee of Secretaries (E-CoS) forwarded the report along with its suggestions to the government following a June 1 meeting.
Source - NDTV
7th Pay Commission: Report tabled before Cabinet, giving higher allowances will have positive impact
The report by the committee on allowances and HRA as per the 7th Pay Commission has finally been tabled before the Union Cabinet. A decision on the same will be taken after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley returns from South Korea, the National Joint Council of Action (Staff Side) has said.
The delay has agitated over 1 crore central government employees. Many employees staged dharnas to express their anger and disappointment. Hopefully the centre will show some mercy on us, the NJCA has said.
The Lavasa Committee report on allowances was tabled before the Cabinet on Wednesday. The matter was supposed to be taken up, but the agenda was not fixed as Jaitley was absent. The matter would be taken up on a priority basis said a Finance Ministry source once the minister is back. He would set the agenda for the Cabinet and this matter would be the first thing to be taken up as the minister also realises that there is no point in dragging it anymore, the officer also informed OneIndia.
To be put forth before PM
The matter has reached a boiling point and the 11 month wait is becoming unbearable for the employees. The staff have been waiting for a long time and the anxiety has grown. During the dharna there was visible anger. There was also talk that all employees would not report to wok if no decision is taken by the end of this month. The matter has reached such a stage that it would be taken up directly with the Prime Minister. We are trying to put the matter before Narendra Modi before the 25th of June. We want him to clear it before he leaves for his US trip on June 25, the source also added.
Paying allowances will have positive impact
The timely disbursement of allowances to employees will boost the demand and consumer spending. This in turn would give a huge push in terms of manufacturing activity. This would have a positive impact on jobs and revenue generation which will boost overall growth.
Savings of employees will expand
There would be an impact on the aggregated demand in the economy which will trigger higher consumption if the allowances are disbursed. The household income will expand leading an expansion on the savings of employees if the higher allowances and HRA is given as per the 7th Pay Commission.
Bunching of stages in the revised pay structure as per 7th CPC Recommendations - DoE Orders issued on 13.6.2017
Recommendations of the 7th Central pay Commission — bunching of stages in the revised pay structure under Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016.
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
Implementation Cell, 7th CPC)
Room No.215, The Ashok
New Delhi, the 13th June, 2017
Subject: Recommendations of the 7th Central pay Commission - Bunching of stages in the revised pay structure under Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016.
With reference to the subject mentioned above and in continuation of this Department’s OM of even number dated 07.09.2016, the undersigned is directed to inform that, a large number of references have been received from Ministries/Departments seeking clarifications relating to the application of the benefit on account of bunching of stages while fixing the pay in the revised pay structure.
2. It has also been brought to the notice of this Department that some offices have extended the benefits on account of bunching based on subjective interpretation of the provisions of OM dated 07.09.2016, which may not be consistent with the principles and philosophy of the 7th CPC recommendations on bunching. Implementation of such pay fixation orders are not in conformity with the 7th CPC principles on bunching and may create further anomalies. In order to ensure consistency of approach in applying the provisions relating to bunching and to address the queries on various aspects of bunching, it has been decided to issue detailed guidelines on bunching.
3. All Ministries/Departments are , therefore. advised that the implementation of the provisions on bunching in OM dated 07.09.2016 may be put on hold till the time the detailed instructions in this regard are issued by Department of Expenditure. It is also requested that if orders on account of bunching have already been issued by Ministries/Departments but not implemented, the same may not be given effect to.
Does the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission aid inflation. The Reserve Bank of India has once again outlined that the implementation of the pay panel's recommendation would lead to inflation.
The RBI says, "At the current juncture, global political and financial risks materialising into imported inflation and the disbursement of allowances under the 7th central pay commission's award are upside risks. The date of implementation of the latter is still not announced and as such, it is not factored into the baseline projections."wever Central Government employees waiting for an update on their higher allowances, pay hike, arrears and HRA need not worry as the Union Cabinet can and will take an independent decision.
On inflation the the, RBI said, "The abrupt and significant retreat of inflation in April from the firming trajectory that was developing in February and March has raised several issues that have to be factored into the inflation projections."
Not the first time
This is not the first time RBI has raised concern regarding 7th Pay Commission impact on inflation. In the last monetary policy, on April 6, RBI Governor Urjit Patel had warned saying that in case the increase in house rent allowance as recommended by the 7th CPC is awarded, it will push up the baseline trajectory by an estimated 100-150 basis points over a period of 12-18 months, with this initial statistical impact on the CPIfollowed up by second-order effects.
Retreat of inflation
The RBI also said that the abrupt and significant retreat of inflation in April from the firming trajectory that was developing in February and March has raised several issues that have to be factored into the inflation projections.
The RBI further said that if the configurations evident in April are sustained, then absent policy interventions, headline inflation is projected in the range of 2.0-3.5 % in the first half of the year and 3.5-4.5 % in the second half.
Inflation has fallen
Noting that inflation has fallen below 4% only since November 2016, the MPC remains focused on its commitment to keeping headline inflation close to 4% on a durable basis keeping in mind the output gap, the Reserve Bank of India also said on the 7th Pay Commission.
7th Pay Commission: Cabinet postpones meet, here is what happens next on allowances and HRA
The Union Cabinet has fixed a new date to take up the issue relating to higher allowances and HRA as per the 7th Pay Commission. Sources told OneIndia that the matter was not taken up on Wednesday by the Cabinet. Now the agenda will be set following which the matter will be taken up for final consideration. A Union leader who did not wished to be named said that the matter will be taken up soon by the Cabinet.
The Empowered Committee of Secretaries which submitted its report on higher allowances and HRA as per the 7th Pay Commission has also recommended a hike. It is to been seen if the Cabinet will take up the matter on Wednesday and clear all the proposals made by the E-CoS. If the hikes are good, then there is expected to be a rush to fill up the vacancies. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said in his budget speech that the government intends to bring in 2.83 lakh jobs vacancies. The same would be generated by next year.
The Pay Scale The 7th Pay Commission which was okayed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi recommended a host of measures. 14.27 percent hike will be provided in the basic pay including 138.71 per cent hike in housing allowance (HRA) and 49.79 per cent for other allowances. The Commission also recommended doing away with 53 of the 196 allowances the government employees get besides moderation in several others.
Rs 29,300 crore to be set aside The overall hike in allowances is expected to add a burden of Rs 29,300 crore. This would mean under HRA it would be Rs 17,200 crore and Rs 12,100 crore under other allowances. The government is working out the modalities and is expected to announce some good news which the employees have been waiting for all these months.