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Estimated 7th Pay Commission pay scales as on 01.01.2016

Written By jeyashri mk on Tuesday, 15 April 2014 | 19:52

Estimated 7th Pay Commission pay scales as on 01.01.2016
Even as the 7th Pay Commission was constituted recently by Government for revision of Pay and allowances of Central Government Employees, Railway Employees and Defence Personnels, wide spread speculations on projected 7th Pay Commission pay scales are already going on. Blogs that provide Central Government Employees news and information have already started estimating possible 7th CPC pay scales based on different ideas.
GConnect.in was the first site that launched 6th Pay Commission Pay, Pension and arrears Calculator which received atmost popularity among Central Government Employees and CG Pensioners.
In respect of revised Pay and allowances of 7th Pay Commission also GConnect would come up with similar pay and pension calculators.

As a precursor, we thought of estimating 7th Pay Commission pay bands and grade pays based on the same methods adopted by Govt for determining 6th CPC revised pay Scales from the pre-revised (5th CPC) pay scales
Before estimation of 7th CPC Pay Scales let us have a look at the 6th CPC Pay Bands and Grade Pay Structure
6th CPC revised Pay Band, Grade Pay, Starting Pay in PB and Entry Pay
Pre RevisedPay Scale
PB
6 CPCPay Band
GradePay
StartingPay
Entry PayNew Recruits
S-1, S-2
PB-1
5200-20200
1800
5200
7000
S-3
PB-1
5200-20200
1800
5360
S4
PB-1
5200-20200
1800
5530
S-5
PB-1
5200-20200
1900
5880
7730
S-6
PB-1
5200-20200
2000
6060
8460
S-7
PB-1
5200-20200
2400
7440
9910
S-8
PB-1
5200-20200
2800
8370
11360
S-9
PB-2
9300-34800
4200
9300
13500
S-10
PB-2
9300-34800
4200
10230
S-11
PB-2
9300-34800
4200
12090
S-12
PB-2
9300-34800
4200
12090
S-13
PB-2
9300-34800
4600
13860
17140
S-14
PB-2
9300-34800
4800
13950
18150
S-15
PB-2
9300-34800
5400
14880
New
PB-3
15600-39100
5400
15600
21000
S-16
PB-3
15600-39100
5400
16740
S-17
PB-3
15600-39100
5400
16740
S-18
PB-3
15600-39100
6600
19210
25350
S-19
PB-3
15600-39100
6600
18600
S-20
PB-3
15600-39100
6600
19810
S-21
PB-3
15600-39100
7600
22320
29500
S-22
PB-3
15600-39100
7600
23720
S-23
PB-3
15600-39100
7600
22320
S-24
PB-4
37400-67000
8700
37400
46100
S-25
PB-4
37400-67000
8700
39690
S-26
PB-4
37400-67000
8900
39690
49100
S-27
PB-4
37400-67000
8900
39690
S-28
PB-4
37400-67000
10000
37400
53000
S-29
PB-4
37400-67000
10000
44700
S-30
PB-4
37400-67000
12000
51850
59100
S-31
HAG
75500-80000
75500
S-32
HAG
75500-80000
75500
S-33
Apex
80000 (fixed)
S-34
Apex
90000 (fixed)
Multiplication Factor of 1.86 adopted to for revision of Pay on implementation of 6th CPC :
While implementing 6th Pay Commission Government decided to adopt a multiplication factor of 1.86 for most of the pre-revised pay Scales to determine the revised pay in band of an employee
The 6th CPC revised pay in pay band of an employee was determined by multiplying the pre-revised basic pay drawn as on 01.01.2006 with 1.86 ( Of course, some of the pre-revised pay scales at higher level was revised by multiplying a factor more than 1.86).
This multiplying factor 1.86 was arrived at by taking in to account following components of pre-revised pay received by an employee prior to 01.01.2006.
Component
Multifplication Factor
Component A – Pre-revised Basic Pay
1
Component B – Dearness Pay (50% of pre-revised Basic Pay)
0.50
Component C – 24% Dearness Allowance on pre-revised basic pay and D.P prior to 01.01.2006
0.36 (24% on factors 1+0.5 taken for B.P and D.P)
Total Multiplication Factor
1.86

Estimation of Multiplication Factor to determine 7th Pay Commission revised Pay Scales and initial pay in pay band for each pay band :
By Adopting the same method followed by the Government to decide 6th CPC multiplication factor, the following Multiplication Factor has been arrived at for determing 7th Pay Commission revised Pay Scales and initial pay in pay band for each pay band as on 01.01.2016
Component
Multiplication Factor
Component A and B – Pay in pay band and Grade Pay as on 01.01.2016
1
Component C – 124 % Dearness Allowance on Pay in pay band and Grade Pay (** See the Note Below)
1.24
Total Multiplication Factor
2.24
** Note : DA as on 1st January 2014 is 100%. So DA as on 1st January 2016 has been conservatively estimated to be 124 % (6% increase for each 6 months period)
Estimation of 7th Pay Commission Grade Pay Structure
As we all know, there was no uniform correlation between Grade Pay and Pay in Pay band in the 6th CPC Pay Band Structure. So the ratio between the present grade pay and starting pay in the pay band of particular grade pay group was taken as the factor to estimate the 7th CPC grade pay.
For example Ratio of 6th CPC Grade pay of Rs. 8700 to starting pay (Rs.37400) in that grade pay group is 0.2327. This factor is multiplied with 7th CPC starting pay (Rs.83780) to get the equivalent 7th CPC grade pay of Rs.19500. Wherever this factor exceeded 0.35, the same was fixed as 0.35.
7th Pay Commission projected Pay Scale – Revised Pay Bands, Grade Pay, Starting Pay in PB and Entry Pay
Pre Revised
Pay Scale
PB
6 CPC
Pay bands
Grade
Pay
7th CPC
Pay Band
7th CPC
Grade Pay
@ Starting
Pay
@@
Entry Pay
S-1, S-2,
1
5200-20200
1800
11650-45250
4100
11650
15680
S-3
1
5200-20200
1800
11650-45250
4100
12010
S4
1
5200-20200
1800
11650-45250
4100
12390
S-5
1
5200-20200
1900
11650-45250
4300
13180
17320
S-6
1
5200-20200
2000
11650-45250
4500
13580
18960
S-7
1
5200-20200
2400
11650-45250
5900
16670
22200
S-8
1
5200-20200
2800
11650-45250
6100
18750
25500
S-9
2
9300-34800
4200
20840-77960
7300
20840
30240
S-10
2
9300-34800
4200
20840-77960
7300
22920
S-11
2
9300-34800
4200
20840-77960
7300
27090
S-12
2
9300-34800
4200
20840-77960
7300
27090
30240
S-13
2
9300-34800
4600
20840-77960
10400
31050
38400
S-14
2
9300-34800
4800
20840-77960
10400
31250
40700
S-15
2
9300-34800
5400
20840-77960
10800
33340
New
3
15600-39100
5400
34950-87590
10800
34950
47040
S-16
3
15600-39100
5400
34950-87590
10800
37500
S-17
3
15600-39100
5400
34950-87590
10800
37500
S-18
3
15600-39100
6600
34950-87590
14800
43040
56800
S-19
3
15600-39100
6600
34950-87590
14800
41670
S-20
3
15600-39100
6600
34950-87590
14800
44380
S-21
3
15600-39100
7600
34950-87590
17100
50000
66080
S-22
3
15600-39100
7600
34950-87590
17100
53140
S-23
3
15600-39100
7600
34950-87590
17500
50000
S-24
4
37400-67000
8700
83780-150080
19500
83780
103270
S-25
4
37400-67000
8700
83780-150080
19500
88910
S-26
4
37400-67000
8900
83780-150080
20000
88910
109990
S-27
4
37400-67000
8900
83780-150080
20000
88910
S-28
4
37400-67000
10000
83780-150080
22500
83780
118720
S-29
4
37400-67000
10000
83780-150080
22500
100130
S-30
4
37400-67000
12000
83780-150080
26900
116150
132390
@ Starting Pay is the 7th CPC starting pay in a pay band against a pre-revised Scale
@@ Entry Pay is the pay in pay band applicable to New Recruits.
The above table provides an idea on estimated 7th CPC Pay Band, Grade Pay and starting pay for each grade pay group. We have planned to launch an online tool to estimate 7th CPC pay in pay band and grade for a given 6th CPC pay in pay Band and grade pay. It will be released soon. Keep watching this site for this online tool.
Disclaimer: The above 7th CPC projected Pay bands, grade pay and starting pay are merely an estimation. The Actual 7th Pay Commission Pay Band, Grade Pay etc will be known only after implements the 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations. The pay structure given above may totally change based on various factors taken in to account by 7th Pay Commission to review the pay and allowances of Central Government Employees, Railway Employees and Defence personnels.
The following Government Orders relating to implementation of 6th Pay commission report have been referred to for the estimation of above mentioned 7th pay commission projected pay bands

EXPECTED PAY STRUCTURE OF 7TH CPC

EXPECTED PAY STRUCTURE OF 7TH CPC

EXPECTED 7TH CPC PAY SCALE :-

7th CPC Pay Scale is fast becoming the most mesmerizing phrase among Central Government employees these days.
Every Central Govt Employee is waiting to find out the changes in their pay scale that the 7th CPC would recommend to the pay structure. Sensing this eagerness, Bloggers have been regularly coming up with their own versions of what the pay structure could be. Do not take those writings seriously sand authentically. 
Based on all the changes right from the 1st CPC, until the 6th CPC, we have predicted a pay structure. Even though we weren’t keen on it, we have been receiving requests by email and comments. At a point, it became unavoidable. We just had to give our own interpretation too.
Since the basic pay of an ordinary employee has evolved from 260-950-3050-7730, the next change is expected to increase the salary by 2.5 times. Our Projected Pay Scale is expecting an increase of no more than 3 times.
It could be 260-950-3050-7730-22500..!
More than the hike, everybody is hoping that the Grade Pay would be in proper series.
And, everybody wants and hopes for a recommendation that prescribes a uniform Multiplication Factor (6th CPC 1.86) to all categories of employees.
6th CPC PAY STRUCTURE
EXPECTED PAY STRUCTURE OF 7TH CPC
Pay Band Pay Bands Grade Pay Pay in the Pay Band Pay Scale Pay Band Grade Pay Pay in the Pay Band Pay Scale
PB-1 5200-20200 1800 5200 7000 15000-60000 5000 15000 20000
PB-1 5200-20200 1900 5830 7730 15000-60000 5500 17000 22500
PB-1 5200-20200 2000 6460 8460 15000-60000 6500 20000 26500
PB-1 5200-20200 2400 7510 9910 15000-60000 7500 23000 30500
PB-1 5200-20200 2800 8560 11360 15000-60000 8500 26000 34500









PB-2 9300-34800 4200 9300 13500 30000-100000 10000 30000 40000
PB-2 9300-34800 4600 12540 17140 30000-100000 13500 35000 48500
PB-2 9300-34800 4800 13350 18150 30000-100000 15000 40000 55000









PB-3 15600-39100 5400 15600 21000 50000-150000 16500 50000 66500
PB-3 15600-39100 6600 18750 25530 50000-150000 20000 60000 80000
PB-3 15600-39100 7600 21900 29500 50000-150000 23000 70000 93000









PB-4 37400-67000 8700 37400 46100 100000-200000 26000 100000 126000
PB-4 37400-67000 8900 40200 49100 100000-200000 27500 110000 137500
PB-4 37400-67000 10000 43000 53000 100000-200000 30000 120000 150000


Source: 90paisa.blogspot.in
via: Expected Pay Structure

Merger of 50 percent DA may soon be considered by Central Government

Merger of 50 percent DA may soon be considered by Central Government –Sources

Sources close to the Central Government Employees Federations told that Merger of 50% DA will soon be considered by Central Government before the budget session of Parliament in February 2014. According to the sources, the central government is likely to consider the central government employees  demand for merging of 50 % DA, for the reason that the DA will be crossing 100% level after January 2014.

The rate of dearness allowance to be paid to govt servants has been increasing consistently due to the rise in the prices of essential commodities for the past two years. In 2011 the rate of DA was at 50 % level. Since then all the Federation demanded the central government to merge the 50 Percent DA with basic Pay. But the government did not accept this demand to merge the DA with basis pay, as it was not recommended by sixth CPC.

The demand would be considered in view of parliament elections
But federations kept on demanding the government that raising dearness allowance alone will not help to compensate the alarming rate of price rice. So they urged the government to consider their demand favorably. It is believed that after the defeat in the election of four state legislative councils, the UPA government has decided to reconsider about its decision on the issues which directly affects the common public. The high command of the ruling party thought that the reason for their defeat in the state election is mainly because of their government failed to contain the price rise. The gap between common public and UPA government has been considerably increased. To correct these failures the UPA government decides to do something to attract the voters.

After announcing the government’s proposal to constitute the 7th pay commission, the community of central government employees has been convinced to have soft view on this government. Further the 50 lakh central government employees would be made happy if the 50% DA is merged with Basic Pay. It is told that , as the central government staff association and federations demanding it very seriously, in case the government decides go with this demand, there will be around one crore voters will be in favour of UPA government. So the government may consider the demand of merging of 50% DA with basic Pay in view of forthcoming Parliament elections.

Allowances will have no impact on merging DA with basic Pay
The sources, associated with National Council JCM, said that the government initially was not willing to consider this demand as some allowance and advances have been raised by 25% whenever the DA crosses 50% level as per the sixth CPC recommendation. But federations insisted that the allowances, which are raised to 25 % level when DA crosses 50%, will have no impact on merging DA with basic pay. The only allowance will have an increase when Basic Pay increases are HRA. No other allowances will be increased and other entitlement of the respective Grade Pay will not be revised as the 50% DA to be merged will be kept under separate component like it was treated in 5CPC as Dearness Pay. “There is no need to worry about financial implications, as the 50% DA will be paid by just changing its nomenclature as Dearness Pay”, said sources.

50% DA merger to be declared before DA crosses 100%
Further, it has been informed that it is good enough for the government to announce its decision before declaring the next additional installment of DA. Because the AICPIN for Industrial workers for the Month of December 2013 is awaited to determine the rate of dearness allowance to be paid from January 2014.The result of last 11 months AICPIN shows that DA will definitely be raised by 10 % from existing 90% level. So the rate of DA will be 100% with effect from 1st January 2014. After the DA increased to 100%, the demand for 50% DA merger will have to change its avatar. Probably the demand would be for 100% DA merger. So the federations expect the government may consider 50% DA merger soon.

However, decision if any in this regard should be taken before the announcement of election for parliament. It is expected that election announcement for parliament will be made by the end of February 2014. Before that,  the announcement of 50% DA merger is expected from central government.

Source: Merger of DA
[http://centralgovernmentstaffnews.blogspot.in/2014/01/merger-of-50-percent-da-may-soon-be.html]

3% quota in government service for the disabled is only for initial appointments not for Promotions-Madras High Court.

Written By jeyashri mk on Wednesday, 13 June 2012 | 05:31


3% quota in government service for the disabled is only for initial appointments, and the government cannot be directed to extend it for promotions, ruled the Madras High Court on Monday.

Dismissing a petition seeking a direction to the government to reserve three per cent for promotions to physically handicapped persons, Justice K. Chandru said: “The provisions are contemplated only for initial appointments and not for promotions. The petitioner has not made out any case to seek a direction to provide for reservation for the disabled persons in the matter of promotions in respect of State services.”

The writ petition was filed by the South Arcot Vallalar District Handicapped Welfare Association, represented by its president S. Shanmugam, seeking reservation for the disabled in promotions. If suitable employees were not available in a particular year, the unfilled posts could be carried over for the next three succeeding years.

When the matter was heard, the State Commissioner for the Disabled stated that there was no government policy to reserve three per cent of posts in promotions to be filled from the disabled category.

The disabled persons were considered only for the direct recruitment posts under three per cent reservation as per a G.O issued in 1981. Promotions were made in government departments based on seniority or transfer of service.

Mr. Justice Chandru said it could be seen from the G.O. that reservation for disabled persons was only horizontal and not vertical as contemplated in Article 16 of the Constitution.

He said that even in respect of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, it was only by virtue of amendments made to the Constitution and by introduction of Article 16(4A) that the State had been empowered to make provision for reservation in promotion to any class or classes of posts in the service.

Source:

Date of next increment : National Anomaly Committee agenda item No.5(v) Has been Accepted

Written By jeyashri mk on Sunday, 10 June 2012 | 06:48

Date of next increment : National Anomaly Committee agenda item No.5(v) Has been Accepted

National Anomaly Committee Decisions and Discussions…

Date of next increment : National Anomaly Committee agenda item No.5(v) :

GRANT OF ANNUAL INCREMENT TO THOSE EMPLOYEES DATE OF ANNUAL INCREMENT OF WHOM FELL BETWEEN JANUARY TO JUNE BEFORE IMPLEMENTATION OF VI CPC RECOMMENDATIONS...

THE GLAD NEWS FROM OUR Shri.Shiv Gopal Mishra GENERAL SECRETARY AIRF, LONG PENDING DEMAND OF GRANTING ANNUAL INCREMENT TO THOSE WHOSE DATE OF INCREMENT FELL BETWEEN JANUARY TO JUNE 2006 w.e.f. JULY 2006 HAS BEEN ACCEDED TO IN THE MEETING OF THE NATIONAL ANOMALY COMMITTEE HELD ON DATE, ORDERS TO THIS EFFECT WILL BE ISSUED SHORTLY.

THE SAME NEWS FROM OUR Shri.RAGHAVAIAH GENERAL SECRETARY NFIR,  OUR DEMAND FOR RECTIFICATION OF ANOMALY OF INCREMENT BETWEEN FEB TO JUNE HAS BEEN ACCEPTED IN NATIONAL ANOMALY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA ITEM No.5(v).

The complete discussion points will be published shortly:

Guidelines from DOP&T regarding Reimbursement of Children Education Allowance

Guidelines from DOP&T regarding Reimbursement of Children Education Allowance

Some important guidelines issued by the Dopt to all Central Government Departments / Ministries relating the subject of Children Education Allowance :-

The guidelines and clarifications as follows:

In order to implement the recommendation of Sixth Pay Commission for grant of Children Education Allowance. It is brought to the notice of all Employees that those who claim reimbursement of Children Education Allowance in respect of their Children should submit their claims in the following manner with effect from 1.9.2008. 

1.To generate application / self- certification with original receipts. Then original fee receipts along with self - certification regarding Schools / Junior colleges affiliated to Board of Education or Universities should be submitted as quarterly basis. 

2.Self – Certification may be signed by the individual duly indicating Name, Designation and duly countersigned by HOS/D.O., quarterly period for which is being claimed to be indicated. It is mentioned that the 1st quarter is from June to August and II quarter from September to November and so on. 

June to August – 1st quarter 

September to November – 2nd quarter 

December to February – 3rd quarter 

March – May – 4th quarter 

3.Each employees should submit claims in respect of their children together. Instead of individual claims for each child. 

4.Belated clams of reimbursement will not be entertained. All claims should reach concern finance section on or before every 15th of succeeding month of quarter (i.e.) 

September 15th 

December 15th, 

March 15th and 

June 15th 

Now for IInd quarter (September to November.), all claims should reach concern finance section on or before 13.01.2009 

Highlights of Scheme:

1.Children Education Allowance and Reimbursement of Tuition Fee which were hitherto payable separately will be merged and will henceforth be known as "Children Education Allowance Scheme".

2. It can be availed by Government Servants upto a maximum of 2 children.

3. Children from classes nursery to twelth.

4. Even if a child fails in a particular class, the reimbursement of C E A shall not be stopped.

5. Following items can be claimed under this scheme:

a.Tution Fee

b.Admission Fee, 

c.Lab. Fee, 

d.Special Fee for agriculture, 

e.Electronics, 

f.Music or any other subject, 

g.Fee charged for practical work under the programme of work experience, 

h.Fee paid for the use of any aid or appliance by the child, 

i.Library Fee, 

j.Games/Sports Fee, 

k.Fee for extra-curricular activities. and

l. Purcahse of one set of text books and Note books,

m. Purchase of two sets of school uniforms,

n. Purchase of one set of school shoes

The annual ceiling fixed for reimbursement of C E A is Rs. 12,000. It can be claimed once every quarter Rs.3,000, and in another quarter less than Rs.3,000, subject to the annual ceiling of Rs. 12,000 per child being maintained.

The above limits would be automatically raised by 25% every time the D.A. on the revised pay structure goer up by 50%.

In order to ensure that Government servants have no difficulty in claiming reimbursement, the procedure under this sheme is being kept simple. 

Relaxation for LTC travel by air to visit Jammu and Kashmir - Expected order from Dopt

Relaxation for LTC travel by air to visit Jammu and Kashmir - Expected order from Dopt

Relaxation for LTC travel by air to visit Jammu and Kashmir may be extended

The Central Government Employees had a great Opportunity to visit Jammu and Kashmir by Air through conversion of Home Town LTC. The family members of Central Government Servants, who visited this beautiful state which is named after the Heaven of Earth, enjoyed it very much as it was a wonderful Experience for them. All the dependents  of the Central Government Employees were excited for not only visiting this state, but the mode of journey they were entitled from their duty station or from Delhi/Amritsar to go to this lovely state is an experience like a dream come true. Each and every one who visited Jammu and Kashmir by availing this Concession are very much grateful to the Central Government and it will make them feel pride being a part of Government Service.

As the last date of this concession for conversion of Home town LTC/ All India LTC to go to Jammu and Kashmir by Air closes by 18th June 2012, the central government employees, those who are not availing this LTC to Jammu and Kashmir Concession before this due date, are feeling misfortune when they were hearing their colleges Jammu Experience. So they should not be let down and they are eagerly expecting that the Government should however extend the relaxation for LTC to Jammu and Kashmir for further Two more years beyond 18th June 2012.

Sources close to the Government told that Relaxation for LTC travel by air to visit Jammu and Kashmir may be extended for further two more years beyond 18th June 2012 and necessary order will be issued soon.

Source: www.gservants.com 
[http://www.gservants.com/2012/06/08/relaxation-for-ltc-travel-by-air-to-visit-jammu-and-kashmir-will-it-be-extended/]

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CCS (LTC) Rules, 1988 — Relaxation for travel by air to visit NER.

Last date to avail the relaxation of travel by air on LTC to visit Jammu&Kashmir is 17.6.2012

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