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Entitlement of various types of accommodation based on the revised pay scale recommendation by the 6th CPC.

February 8, 2011 Leave a comment
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Qualifying service for promotion to SAGIHAG Grades in Organised Group ‘A’ Engineering Services- regarding

January 19, 2011 Leave a comment

NO. AB.1401716112008-Estt. (RR)IPt.
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
New Delhi

Dated  18″  January, 201 1

OFFICE MEMORANDUM 

Subject:- Qualifying service for promotion to SAG/HAG Grades in Organised 
Group ‘A’ Engineering Services- regarding 
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1.  This  Department vied OM of  even  No.  dated 15.12.2009 had  issued  guidelines for  amendment  of  Service  Rules  for incorporating the  eligibility  requirements for promotion to SAG  and HAG  level  in Organized Group A  Services.

2.  The  matter has  been  examined  in  respect  of  the  Organized Engineering Services where the functional JAG  is at Grade Pay  of Rs.87001- and  the  eligibility requirement  for  SAG  level  is  3  years  in  the  JAG  grade. Accordingly  for promotion to SAG  (PB 4  Grade  Pay  Rs.100001-)  level  in Organized Engineering Services, the eligibility requirement shall be “Officers in  the grade of Superintending Engineer and equivalent  (PB 4 Grade Pay of Rs. 87W/-) with 3 years regular service in the grade or officers  in  the  grade  of Superintending Engineer/equivalent  with  17 years regular service  in Group A posts  in  the service out of which at least 1 year of regular service should be in the PB-4 Grade Pay of Rs. 8700. ” For promotion to  HAG  (  Rs 67000-790001-)  level,  the eligibility requirement shall be ” Officers in the SAG  ( PB-4 Grade Pay Rs.  10000/-) with 3 years’ regular service in the grade  OR Officers with  25 years’ regular service in Group ‘A’ posts  in  the service out of which at-least 1 year’  regular service should be in the SAG. “

3.  The cadre controlling authorities  of  the  various  Organized3.  The cadre controlling authorities  of  the  various  Organized Group A Engineering Services may  initiate action for  appropriate amendments  in the Service Rules.

4.  Hindi version will follow.


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Categories: GRADE PAY, OFFICERS, PAY SCALE

(Tamil Nadu) Revision of scales of pay based on the recommendations of One Man Commission, 2010

November 23, 2010 Leave a comment
Finance (PC) Department,
Fort St. George,
Chennai – 600 009.
Letter No.63305 / Pay Cell /2010—2, 
dated: 08 –11—2010.

From
Thiru. K. SHANMUGAM, I.A.S.,
Principal Secretary to Government.

Sir,

Subject – Tamil Nadu Revised Scales of Pay,2009—Revision of scales of pay based on the recommendations of One Man Commission, 2010 – Consequential revision of Pension/ Family Pension in respect of employees retired from Ordinary Grade / Selection Grade / Special Grade posts with reference to para – 2 (vi) of G.O. Ms. No. 235, Finance (Pay Cell) Department, dated: 1—6—2009 – Instructions – Issued.

Ref :    1. G.O.Ms.No.234, Finance (PC) Department, dated:1—6—2009. 
             2. G.O.Ms.No.235, Finance (PC) Department, dated:1—6—2009.
            3. Government Letter No.51051 / Pay Cell /2009–1, Finance Department, dated: 6-10-2009
            4. G.O.Ms.Nos.254 to 338, Finance (PC) Department, dated: 26—8—2010.
            5. Government Letter No. 63305/ Pay Cell /2010–1, Finance Department, dated: 8-11-2010.
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 I am to invite your attention to the references cited.

  •   In the Government Order first cited, orders have been issued revising the scales of pay of employees / teachers notionally with effect from 1—1—2006 with monetary benefit from 1—1—2007.
  •  In the revised pay structure no separate scales of pay have been provided for Selection Grade / Special Grade holders.
  • The employees on award of Selection Grade / Special Grade have been granted the benefit of one increment equal to three percent of basic pay including grade pay in the same Pay Band and Grade Pay.
  •  However, in the revised pay structure employees who were awarded Selection Grade/ Special Grade prior to 1—1–2006 in the pre-revised scales of pay were granted due protection by allowing them to move to the corresponding revised scales by virtue of the higher pre-revised scales of pay drawn by them.
  • Further, in case of employees awarded Selection Grade / Special Grade between 1–1–2006 and 31—5—2009 i.e. prior to the issue of G.O.Ms.No.234, Finance (PC) Department, dated: 1—6—2009 they were also permitted to exercise their option to come over to the revised scales of pay on the date of their award of Selection Grade / Special Grade by foregoing the arrears entitled to them with effect from 1—1—2007, so that they were also allowed the same benefit as that of the employees who were awarded Selection Grade / Special Grade prior to 1—1—2006.
  •  In the reference third cited, necessary clarification has already been issued to the effect that on the analogy of the orders issued in G.O.Ms.No.200, Finance (PC) Department, dated: 18—5—1999, the employees who have retired from service prior to 1—1—2006 from the Selection Grade / Special Grade posts, were permitted to revise their Pension / Family Pension with reference to para-2 (vi) of the Government Order second cited by calculating 50% / 30% of the minimum of the pay in the pay band plus grade pay applicable with effect from 1—1—2006 corresponding to the pre-revised scale of pay of the post last held by the employees at the time of retirement i.e. Ordinary Grade / Selection Grade / Special Grade posts respectively.
  •  Based on the recommendations of One Man Commission, 2010 orders were issued in Government Orders fourth cited, revising the scales of pay of various posts in Ordinary Grade scales of pay departmentwise notionally with effect from 1—1—2006/ 12—12–2007 with monetary benefit from 1—8—2010.
  • Consequent on the above revision of scales of pay ordered in the Government Orders fourth cited, doubts have been raised as to whether revision of Pension / Family Pension can be effected with reference to para-2 (vi) of the Government Order second cited based on the revision of scales of pay ordered above.
  •  I am directed to clarify that the employees who have retired from service prior to 1—1—2006 from the Selection Grade / Special Grade posts, the Pension / Family Pension shall be re-fixed with reference to para-2 (vi) of the Government Order second cited and calculated at 50% / 30% of the minimum of the pay in the pay band plus grade pay applicable with effect from 1—1—2006 following the revision of scale of pay ordered for the Ordinary Grade posts in the Government Orders fourth cited, if their existing Pension / Family Pension drawn by them is less than 50% / 30% of the minimum of the Pay plus Grade Pay applicable to the post last held by the retired employees.
     
  • However, if the existing Pension / Family Pension drawn by the pensioners is more than 50% / 30% of the minimum of the revised pay plus grade pay applicable to the post last held by the employees at the time of their retirement, such of the Pensioners / Family pensioners need not apply and no revision of Pension / Family Pension need be effected in their cases.
  • Further, I am also to inform that in some cases the revision of scale of pay has been given effect from 12—12—2007 at a date later than 1—1—2006.
  •  In all such cases also, the revision of Pension / Family Pension in eligible cases shall be calculated at 50% / 30% of the minimum of the revised pay plus grade pay applicable to the post last held by the employees at the time of their retirement with effect from 12—12—2007 or from the date of monetary benefit for such pay revision and that such Pension / Family Pension revision shall be given effect from the date of implementation of the revised scale of pay viz. 12—12—2007 or any subsequent dates thereto as the case may be.
  • The Pension Sanctioning Authority shall therefore ensure that the Pension / Family Pension in the above cases shall be not less than 50% / 30% of the minimum of the revised pay in the pay band plus grade pay applicable with effect from 1—1—2006 / 12—12—2007 or any subsequent dates thereto entitled to the post last held by the employees at the time of retirement (viz. Ordinary Grade / Selection Grade / Special Grade holders as the case may be). However, there shall be no change in the existing procedure to apply for the above Pension / Family Pension revision to the Pension Sanctioning Authority concerned as stipulated in the Government Order second cited.
Categories: PAY SCALE, PENSIONERS

Replacement of the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.22400-24500 by a new HAG scale of Rs.67000-79000

November 11, 2010 Leave a comment
Categories: PAY SCALE, TEACHERS

Replacement of the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.22400-24500 by a new HAG scale of Rs.67000-79000

November 11, 2010 Leave a comment




NO. 1-7/2010-IFD/U.ll
Government of lndia
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Department of Higher Education
New Delhi, dated the 4th October, 2010


TO,
The Secretary,
University Grants Commission,
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg,
New Delhi -110002.





Subject:- Replacement of the pre-revised pay scale of Rs. 22400-24500 by a new HAG scale of Rs. 67000-79000 -regarding.

Sir,

1.Iam directed to say that the pay scales of the teachers and equivalent cadres in universities and colleges following the revision of pay scales of Central Government employees on the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission were revised vide this Ministry’s letter No. 1- 32/2006-U.ll/U.l(i) dated 31.12.2008. According to these orders, as per para 2 (a) (xv), 10% of the posts of Professors In a Universities shall be in the higher Academic Grade Pay (AGP) of Rs. 12000.

2. Government of india vide its Gazette Notification dated 16Ih July, 2009 have amended the CCS(Revised Pay) Rules, 2008 according to which the Pay Band -4 (Rs. 37400.67000) with grade pay of Rs. 12000 per month has been replaced by the new HAG scale of Rs. 67000 (annual increment @ 3%) -79000 with no grade pay.

3. It has now been decided, with the approval of the Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) to extend HAG scale of Rs. 67000-79000 without any grade pay in place of AGP of Rs. 12000 per month. The AGP of Rs. 12000 per month does not exist any more. ather conditions of eligibility to move the above scale of pay will remain the same. However, the ceiling of 10% of such posts in the Central Universities and the criteria for eligibility and for performance evaluation for this will remain unchanged.

4. Accordingly, there is a need to amend/rnodify the UGC Pay Regulations, 2010 to incorporate these orders. Itis requested that the UGC Pay Regulations, 2010 may be modifiedlamended and this may be brought to the notice of all concerned.

Yours faithfully,
.(Rajender Kalwani)
Under Secretary to the Government of India



 Source – DoHE

Categories: PAY SCALE, TEACHERS

PAY FIXATION FOR RE-EMPLOYED PENSIONERS.

November 8, 2010 Leave a comment
Categories: ARMY, PAY SCALE

PAY FIXATION FOR RE-EMPLOYED PENSIONERS.

November 8, 2010 Leave a comment
No. 3/19/2009 Estt. Pay II
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
New Delhi, the 8th November 2010
Office Memorandum

Subject: Fixation of pay of re-employed pensioners -Treatment of Military service Pay
   The undersigned is directed to refer to the orders issued vide OM dated 5.4.2010 on fixation of pay of re-employed pensioners.
   These orders inter-alia lay down that on re-employment in civilian organizations, Military Service Pay shall not be admissible. However, the benefit of MSP given to all retired Defence Forces officers/personnel by reckoning it at the time of calculation of their pension (notionally in the case of pre-1.1.2006 pensioners) should not be withdrawn.
    Accordingly, while the pension of such re-employed pensioners will include the element of MSP, they will not be granted MSP while working in civilian organizations.
   In the instructions issued by the Ministry of Defence vide their letter No. 1/69/2008/D(Pay/Service) dated 24th July 2009, Pre-retirement pay has been defined as under:
(i) In respect of re-employment taking place on/or after 1.1.2006 pre-retirement pay for those who retired after 1.1.2006 means the pay in the pay band plus grade pay but inclusive of Non-Practicing Allowance (NPA) if any, last drawn before retirement.
(ii) In case of officers who retired before 1 .1 ,2006 and also those who retired after 1.1.2006 in the pre-revised pay scales without opting for the revised pay scales promulgated on or after 1.1.2006 the pay will be basic pay including stagnating increment and Rank pay plus the Dearness pay and  Dearness allowance drawn at the time of retirement.
    As per these orders, for pre-2006 retirees rank pay is included as a part of pay but for post -2006 retirees, the MSP is not reckoned in the pre-retirement pay for the purposes of pay fixation on re-employment. However, for pension purposes the reckonable emoluments are – basic pay + grade pay + MSP + NPA wherever admissible.
   Therefore, while MSP is not taken into consideration for the purposes of pay fixation on re-employment, the element of MSP in pension is deducted.
  
   It has been decided in consultation with the Department of Expenditure, that since the element of MSP is not reckoned in the pay fixation on re-employment, it need not be reduced from the pension either.
   Hence, In respect of all those Defence officers/personnel, whose pension contains an element of MSP, that need not be deducted from the pay fixed on re-employment.
(Mukesh Chaturved)
Deputy Secretary
Categories: ARMY, PAY SCALE