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Image used for representational purpose onlyAhmedabad: Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani has extended the last date for clearing the compulsory CCC/CCC+ eligibility tests for state government officers and employees for higher pay-scale and promotion till December 31, 2020. This was in response to the request of different employees associations, including State Primary Teachers Association. The state government had introduced these compulsory tests in 2007 and the last date to pass was April 30, 2016. The karma yogis who had joined the government service between 1975 and 1985 and are due for retirement now will also be entitled to higher pay-scale and even in pension. This decision will benefit thousands of employees and officers belonging to different cadres. FacebookTwitterLinkedinEMailStart a Conversationend of article

Image used for representational purpose onlyAhmedabad: Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani has extended the last date for clearing the compulsory CCC/CCC+ eligibility tests for state government officers and employees for higher pay-scale and promotion till December 31, 2020. This was in response to the request of different employees associations, including State Primary Teachers Association. The state government had introduced these compulsory tests in 2007 and the last date to pass was April 30, 2016. The karma yogis who had joined the government service between 1975 and 1985 and are due for retirement now will also be entitled to higher pay-scale and even in pension. This decision will benefit thousands of employees and officers belonging to different cadres. FacebookTwitterLinkedinEMail

Ahmedabad: Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani has extended the last date for clearing the compulsory CCC/CCC+ eligibility tests for state government officers and employees for higher pay-scale and promotion till December 31, 2020. This was in response to the request of different employees associations, including State Primary Teachers Association. The state government had introduced these compulsory tests in 2007 and the last date to pass was April 30, 2016. The karma yogis who had joined the government service between 1975 and 1985 and are due for retirement now will also be entitled to higher pay-scale and even in pension. This decision will benefit thousands of employees and officers belonging to different cadres.

This “once-in-a-lifetime” chance, enabled by the coronavirus crisis, is outlined in the CCC’s bumper 196-page annual “progress” report. It also highlights a lack of progress by the government over the past year towards delivering the UK’s climate goals.

The UK has failed on 14 out of 21 progress indicators, falling further behind in many areas, says the CCC. And just two of 31 key policy milestones have been met over the past year, it adds.

Many developed countries have seen their emissions peak, the CCC says. And, although the global total has increased, CO2 emissions “may have peaked” in 2019, as the shift away from fossil fuels combines with – and is potentially reinforced by – the coronavirus crisis.

The committee joins a growing group calling for a “green recovery” from the pandemic. Lord Deben, the CCC’s chair, told a press briefing this week there was “no option” and that only a climate-focused recovery would offer the jobs, resilience and prosperity the UK needed.

On this measure, emissions are some 50% higher, the CCC says. But it adds that the UK’s consumption emissions have still fallen by 18% between 2008 and 2017, the most recent year of data available.

The CCC offers a slightly more positive take on policy progress over the past 12 months, where some 15 of 31 milestones set by last year’s report have been at least partially met. While only two have been met by government in full, Stark nevertheless tells Carbon Brief that the situation is “much, much, much better than last year”.

For shipping, the CCC calls for measures that build on the clean maritime plan to develop incentives for zero-carbon ammonia and hydrogen supply chains. It also notes the importance of monitoring non-CO2 emissions from both aviation and shipping, as well as considering how to tackle them “alongside UK climate targets”.

Effective carbon pricing and standards would not only help drive the necessary actions, it could also raise up to £15bn a year over the next decade in revenue, according to the CCC.It also states that the current low prices for fossil fuels around the world provide an opportunity to raise carbon prices without placing additional burden on consumers.

In the meantime, the CCC will publish its advice for a sixth carbon budget in December, covering 2033-2037, which will be the first one designed with a net-zero target in mind. The government is then required to legislate the new budget by June 2021.

Nevertheless, the CCC calls on the government to time such an announcement so that it “maximises diplomatic impact”. Specifically, the events to consider will be similar announcements from the EU and China, as well as the result of the US presidential election in November.
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