MACP for Non-Gazetted Administrative Posts
One of our reader Mr.Amit writes to us regarding the MACP scheme for non-gazetted administrative posts…
The MACP for non-gazetted administrative posts should be changed into Promotional Basis ATLEAST ONE POINT OF TIME AT THE LEVEL FROM GROUP-B NON-GAZETTED POST TO GROUP-B GAZETTED POST instead of just increase in grade pay.
Many seniormost employees who have already put more than 20, 30, 40 years, because of non-availability of vacancy, they are still in the same designation (that means in the non-gazetted post only) by getting only minimum increase in the grade pay and retire without getting promotion to the next higher position in the gazetted post even though they are eligible for promotion to the gazetted level post.
In a same group of employees, some will get regular promotion very early when vacancy arises and the remaining will be in non-gazetted post only for so many years for getting the promotion and some will retire from the same post cursing their fate and the government.
Hence, it is required that those who have completed minimum residency period in the present post, or ATLEAST THOSE WHO HAVE COMPLETED 20 YEARS OF REGULAR SERVICE FROM THE DATE OF PRESENT POST (I.E., FROM THE DATE OF BECOMING ASSISTANT/SR.STENOGRAPER IN GROUP-B NON-GAZETTED POST) they should be given promotion under MACP from Group-B Non-Gazetted Level to Group-B Gazetted Level.
If 7th CPC and the government agrees for change of MACP system into promotional basis, its effective date, Commission’s / Government’s FOREMOST DUTY IS TO PROTECT THE SENIORS FIRST. THAT MEANS, THE SENIORS SHOULD BE GIVEN PROMOTION FIRST, THEN ONLY THE JUNIORS SHOULD GET PROMOTION.
OTHERWISE, JUNIORS WILL GET PROMOTION TO THE NEXT HIGHER POST FROM THE DATE OF EFFECT OF MACP IN 7TH CPC AND THE SENIORS WILL BE IN THE SAME OLD DESIGNATION.
Already the seniors are not benefitted in 6th cpc, atleast they should be benefitted by getting promotion BEFORE THE JUNIORS GET.
THIS HAS TO BE TAKEN CARE BY ALL THE FEDERATIONS, 7TH CPC AND THE GOVERNMENT.