One more tweak given by the government to the central employees, a new order was taken regarding the pay hike

By | 15 Jun, 2020


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Corona virus and lockdown are proving bad for central employees. Bagh, which a few days ago put a rock on the expensive allowances of central employees, has now come up with one more piece of bad news. The government has decided not to increase the increment of all central employees till next year. That means a break has been put on the proposal to increase celery this year.

The Department of Personal Training has issued an order. Under the new order, the deadline for central employees to complete the Annual Performance Assessment Report has been extended. Which has been extended to March 2021 next year. In view of the current situation, the APAR deadline for 2019-20 has been extended from December 2020 to 2021 as per the new order announced on June 11. This decision of the Central Government will affect the officials of Group A, B and C.


It may be recalled that in April, a meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by PM Modi stopped the inflation allowance of central employees. The decision was taken due to the crisis of Kovid 19, the finance ministry said in a circular. And from January 1, 2020, the inflation allowance will not be paid.

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