News: Coal Ministry seeks comments from ministries on CIL pay issue

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Coal Ministry seeks comments from ministries on CIL pay issue

The Coal Ministry has sought comments from various ministries, including finance, on the draft Cabinet note for implementation of performance related pay of Coal India Ltd employees, aimed at removing anomalies in salaries and wages of nearly 19,000 CIL officers. “The Coal Ministry had requested different ministries to send comments on the proposal enabling it to take further action in the matter,” a source said. The ministry has sought comments from various like law, steel and chemicals and petro chemicals. The government had earlier floated draft note to seek the approval of the Cabinet for permitting loss and the marginally profit-making subsidiaries of CIL to adopt 2007 pay revision as an exception to the prescribed affordability clause and payment of performance related pay to the executives of all subsidiaries of CIL.

The Coal Ministry has sought comments from various ministries, including finance, on the draft Cabinet note for implementation of performance related pay of Coal India Ltd employees, aimed at removing anomalies in salaries and wages of nearly 19,000 CIL officers. “The Coal Ministry had requested different ministries to send comments on the proposal enabling it to take further action in the matter,” a source said. The ministry has sought comments from various like law, steel and chemicals and petro chemicals. The government had earlier floated draft note to seek the approval of the Cabinet for permitting loss and the marginally profit-making subsidiaries of CIL to adopt 2007 pay revision as an exception to the prescribed affordability clause and payment of performance related pay to the executives of all subsidiaries of CIL.

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