A executive joined the company as Probationary Engineer on 29.6.2001 and graded as Engineer wef 29.12.2001. Promoted as SE Wef 1.1.2005.

The spouse of executive had undergone Tubectomy operation on 1.11.96 after having two living children. He was granted special increment wef 1.2.2002 from the following month of his representation after verifying the certificate by our company medical officer.

As per company rules it is mentioned that where an employee prior to his joining company had obtained special increment/personal pay while in the service of Govt/Govt.undertaking/Statutory Corporation under a similar scheme, the amount of such special increment/personal pay will be deemed to be special increment/personal pay sanction under company rules, and payment thereof will be continued as such by company during the employee’s service in company, on application by the empoloyee and on certification of the amount by the previous employer.

The company rules is silent about whether to grant special incentive or not to the employees/spouses, who had undergone Family Planning operation and not employed anywhere before joining the company. However the special incentive under Family Welfare Programme Scheme was introduced to promote small family norms in view of the rapid growth of Indian Population by Central Government, in this regard it appears that then one executive had taken a decision to grant special incentive to the above mentioned executive under Family Welfare Programme.

In view of the above and the company rules is not clear about grant of special incentive to the employees, who undergone Family Planning Operation before joining company and not employed elsewhere we are seeking clarification from Management to maintain uniformity by applying Central Government directives in this regard.
26th March 2007 From India, Bangalore

Corporate Hr Head
Human Resource Manager

What your Company has done is correct and as per rules. Rules of Central Public Sector Undertakings are made as per Govt. guidelines only.
In the first instance, to encourage employees to have smaller families, incentive is given to those employees who undergo Family Planning operation. In second instance, the incentive already given by the previous employer which is also a CPU is not withdrawn. As your case does not fall in both the categories, you are not being allowed it.
I am able to answer your query because I have worked in a CPU and handled such cases.
27th March 2007 From India, Delhi
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