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Jan 01 1999 (TRI)

Doordarshan Cameramen'S Welfare Vs. Union Of India (Uoi) And Ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

Decided on : Jan-01-1999

..... have challenged the vires of the rules on the basis of a variety of reasons. we, however, bring out for sharp focus only those important ones. thus, there is no rationale to leave out the cmg-ii from their inclusion in the category of feeder post for promotion to programme officers in junior time scale (jts for short) particularly when 10 .....

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Mar 17 1999 (TRI)

All India Esi Corporation Vs. Director General, Esi

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Delhi

Decided on : Mar-17-1999

1. the first applicant-all india employees state insurance corporation (esic for short) employees federation represents group 'c and d employees and the second applicant-an assistant (group c), is an employee of the esic. they are aggrieved by a-l and a-3 (colly) communications dated 1.11.93. 13.1.91 and 7.5.91 respectively by which they have been denied the scale of pay (rs. 1640-2900) given to assistants and stenographers grade c in the central secretariat service (css for short) despite admission by both the respondents that the nature of duties and responsibilities performed by the applicants are the same as of assistants in css. the dispute, therefore, basically relates to the parity in the pay scale sought for by the assistants working in the esic vis-a-vis assistants/steno gr. c in the css.2. arguing strenuously for applicants, mrs. shyamala pappu, learned senior counsel, has assailed the denial of aforesaid pay scale to applicants on several grounds. we, however bring out the most important ones which are as follows:- (a) that the assistants/pas in css had filed an oa 1538/87 before this tribunal claiming the scale of rs. 1640-2900 with effect from 1.1.86 which was finally given to them. while deciding their pleas on 23.5.89, this tribunal referred the case to the anamolies committee to arbitrate the matter and the committee gave its report recommending the scale of rs. 1640-2900 in place of rs. 1400-2600 for the assistants/pas of css government of india accepted the .....

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