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10 Public Sector Banks Are Not Eligible for 11th Bipartite Settlement Benefits

Recently Government agrees to infuse Rs8,586 crore capital infusion in 10 weak public sector banks (PSBs) in the current fiscal year but terms strict norms and condition, including raising capital from other sources and curtailing major employee benefits.

Government wants a tripartite memorandum of understanding (MoU) in this regard between Bank Management, Government concerned and Employees Unions.

Read : SBI ‘Work from Home Scheme’ for Government Bankers

Government doesn’t find any wrong in this as :

Twenty years ago, three banks, including Indian Bank, Uco Bank and United Bank, were asked to curtail their employee benefits.

This is also rumored that a high level committee has been formed for this purpose under the chairmanship of Economist Sri J.P. Patnaik for reduction of employee benefits of all these ten loss making public sector banks.

Based on the information ,it is believed that the proposed reduced in the employee benefits will be under different category i.e.

  1. Fixed Salary Structure for Employees, Officers at certain levels
  2. Employees Supplementary benefits like LTC, LFC, Paper bills, Halting allowances etc.  to be curtled
  3. Postponement of 11th Bipartite salary benefit till 2020 for these 10 Public Sector Banks      

Fixed Salary Structure For Employees 

It is believed that Government would fix the pay structure at each level of employees as like 

1) Fixed Salary of Rs 10,000 for sub ordinate staffs irrespective of number of years of services.

2) Fixed Salary of Rs 15,000 for all clerical staffs irrespective of seniority levels.

3) Fixed Salary of Rs 20,000 for all scale I officers including Probationary Officers (PO ) irrespective of seniority.

4) Fixed Salary of Rs 25,000 for all scale II officers irrespective of seniority levels.

5) It is in opinion that the Fixed salary structure for officers in Grade III and above will be decided later by the committee. 

Supplementary Benefits to Cut

Bank Employees including officers and executives are paid with certain sum of perks and benefit each month like Lunch allowances, Petrol allowances, Newspaper allowances, Telephone allowances, Teller allowances etc.

All these benefits are combined known as supplementary salary which could be cut for all the levels till the bank shows the considerable profitability.

Employees other facilities LFC, LTC, bonus, Halting allowances etc will be curtled till 2020.

No Benefit of 11th Bipartite Settlement

All these loss laden bank will not be able to pay the arrears of the 11th Bipartite settlement till 2020 though thy will be allowed to participate in the settlement process with IBA.

In the financial year 2020, the balance book of these banks will be reviewed and if there will not be any improvement, Arrears will not be paid only Increased salary will be paid.

It is also believed that Government has already intimated UCO bank, United Bank of India and Allahabad Bank regarding same and Bank management including union of these bank already have accepted this.

Read : Punjab National Bank Plan to Quit 11th Bipartite Settlement

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Not sure but it is also rumored that the transfer of all the officers are advised to minimize for further period till bank shows profitability.

SBI Caps has been asked by government to design a detailed bank-wise plan based on which the tripartite agreement between the government, bank’s management and Bank Employees Unions on behalf of employees of the bank  will commit to the milestones. All the concerned Banks have been asked to send in their consent by 25th March in this regard by finance ministry. 

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Recently Government agrees to infuse Rs8,586 crore capital infusion in 10 weak public sector banks (PSBs) in the current fiscal year but terms strict norms and condition, including raising capital from other sources and curtailing major employee benefits. Government wants a tripartite memorandum of understanding (MoU) in this regard between Bank Management, Government concerned and Employees Unions. Read : SBI ‘Work from Home Scheme’ for Government Bankers Government doesn't find any wrong in this as : This…

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