NFAEE is the one and only all India Federation of Atomic Energy Worker, recognised by Government of india/Department of Atomic Energy (DAE).

It represents the Industrial, Research & Development and Service organisations under Department of Atomic Energy.

26 Unions and associations of DAE Employees recognised under CCS (RSA) Rule are affiliated with NFAEE

Wednesday, May 21, 2008


National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees
Recognised by DAE vide DAE OM No. 8/1/2007 – IR&W/95 dated 13th June 2007
JCM Office, Brindavan, Anusaktinagar, Mumbai 400 094
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Ref.No. nfaee/sg/08/59 21.05.2008

All affiliates,

Dear Comrades,

Circular issued by Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers on various issues is attached herewith.

In the circular apart from the decision of the National convention of Trade Unions the circular referred the latest develops in respect to the Sixth Central Pay Commission (SCPC) also. From the circular it can be assess that the leadership of the National Council (JCM) which is in the hand of the Railway Union leadership is not prepared to project the retrograded recommendations of the SCPC. At this juncture we don’t have any alternate than mobilize the whole Central government employees by which the leadership corrects their mistake or at least expose the betrayers of the movement.

So all are requested to take all efforts to bring to the notice of the employees in all section about the negative recommendations of the SCPC and prepare them for struggle to put pressure on the Government as well as the leadership who are not ready to project the issues of the employees.

With regards

Comradely yours

Secretary General

Address for Correspondence: Jayaraj.KV, Secretary General, NFAEE
PESS/UED; BARC, Trombay, Mumbai 400 085
Tel. No: (O): 022 – 25594549; (Res): 022 – 2746 4704; (Mobile): 9869501189
Email Address:,

A/2/95 Rajouri Garden, New Delhi. 110 027

Phone: 011 2510 5324

No.D.11/07 /08 Dated: 19.05.08

Dear Comrade,

National Convention of Trade Unions: 13th May, 2008.

The declaration adopted at the National Convention of Trade Unions on 13th May, 2008 at New Delhi has called upon the workers to organize a day's strike on 20th August, 2008 and have drawn up the following charter of demands. The Confederation was represented at the Convention by Com. S.K Vyas, President; Com. Brighu Bhattacharya and Com. Giriraj Singh. Com.Vyas who intervened in the discussion at the Convention urged the Sponsoring Committee to include the demand in the charter. He was assured of its in cooperation. Following are the demands adopted at the convention

1. Take urgent steps to contain price rise through (a) universalizing the public distribution system throughout the country to cater all essential commodities at controlled price through PDS(b) ban on futures and forward trading in al essential commodities (c) reduction of tax in petrol and diesel (d) stringent action against hoarding and black marketing.

2. Strict implementation of al labour laws particularly in respect of minimum wages, working hours, social security and safety and stringent action against al cases of violations, stop contractorisation and outsourcing.

3. Scope of the unorganized sector workers social security bill pending in Parliament should be expanded to cover al unorganized sector workers irrespective of BPL or APL category to ensure a national minimum social security benefit for them as per unanimous recommendation of the National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganized Sector (NCEUS) and the Parliamentary Committee on Labour with Central Govt. funding.

4. Farmers Loan waiver scheme to be extended to loans from private money lenders; nationalized banks to extend easy credit to peasants at lower interest rates.

5. Lift ban on recruitment in Govt. services. Remove the negative and discriminatory features in the recommendation of 6th Pay Commission and finalize the same for implementation in consultation with the employees’ organizations. Expedite reguarlisation and grant of pension to gramin dak sevaks. Withdraw the new contributory to pension Scheme.

6. Expedite wage negotiation for the employees of Central PSUs including contract workers without any conditionalities.

Besides calling upon to organize organizing a day's strike, the Convention has also decided upon the following programs:

(a) Joint Conventions at States/districts/industrial centres to be completed by 15th July, 2008;
(b) Massive demonstration/mobilization/dharna in all States and Industrial centres on 30th July, 2008;
(c) Serving strike notice through demonstration on 4th August, 2008

The course of negotiation on 6th CPC Related issues

We had placed the gist of the discussions the staff side had with the Cabinet Secretary on Pay commission related issues on 7th in the website. Hope you must have gone through the same. We are in fact disappointed over the course of the discussion at the meeting. There had been no emphasis on core issues like minimum wage, fitment formula, construction of pay bands, benefit on promotion, allowances etc. when the issues were presented, even though the Confederation representatives strived to seek attention on these issues. We felt that the available time ought to have been used to present these core issues, which has a universal appeal for all sections of the Central Govt. employees irrespective of the organizations in which they are working. Quite an amount of time at the meeting was spent on for projecting certain department specific anomalies. This approach made the core issues out of focus. We had been able to present forcefully the discontent and agitation in the minds of the mass of the employees over the wide level of disparity in benefit, instituted sans any logic or principle by the 6th CPC during our discussion with the Secretary, Personnel on 7th May, 2008. Our programmatic approach. Which culminated in massive mobilization of employees on 16th, a day prior to the date of discussion must have created the impact, required for a serious negotiation. But the frequent shuffling of serious and sectional issues creates a confused image of the theme and purport. We write this only to convey to you of the emerging situation.

We also feel that many of our affiliates are grappled with the fervor of choosing the department specific anomalies over the common issues to bring it to the centre stage of discussions at the respective organizational fora. While we are in full agreement that we should not allow the department related anomalies and relativities to linger on as happened on the last occasion, it cannot and should not gain primacy over the basic issues. We are of the view that a minimum wage less than Rs. 7400 will bring about a reduced pay packet within the next 5 years itself, a compounding impact of the suppressed Pay Bands and the non availability of the merger of DA benefit in future. No correction will also be possible in near future, as no time limit is prescribed for the next wage revision. as no DA merger or time bound pay revision is recommended by this Commission. Since there is acute disappointment and discontent over the fitment benefit even in the case of those who are placed in PB 3 it would not be difficult to make the Govt. to come round to serious negotiation, if issues are properly presented, articulated and backed up with industrial action.

The National Executive of the Confederation in its last meeting has authorized the Secretariat to chalk out such programmes of action as is required to create necessary sanctions for a meaningful discussion and negotiation. To decide upon the next course of action, the Secretariat will meet on 27th May, 2008 at New Delhi. The next programme should commence by Mid June, 2008 as the Committee of Secretaries is likely to give its recommendation to the Government by the end of June, 2008.

Remittance of Subscription: Current and arrears

Despite promises made on various occasions, the affiliates have not cleared the arrears of subscription due to the Confederation. We have sent details of the dues to each affiliated organization as decided upon at the last National Executive Committee. It is regretted that many have chosen to ignore the plea for remittance. Without the remittance coming in, it is difficult to manage the functioning of the CHQ. We once again request that the dues may kindly be cleared without further loss of time.

With greetings,

Yours fraternally,

K.K.N. Kutty
Secretary General.

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