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Government to take final call on allowances by June 1

Government to take final call on allowances by June 1

New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government is likely to take a final decision by June 1 on higher allowances for 4.7 million central government employees.

The assurance was given by the Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha after a meeting with the National Joint Council of Action (NJCA), which is a centralised union of several central government employees unions.

The secretary of the NJCA, Shiv Gopal Mishra met with Sinha and asked the demand of the central government employees on allowances.

“Today I met the Cabinet Secretary and handed him over a copy of our letter regarding inordinate delay in implementation of the report of the Committee on Allowances,” Mishra said.

Sinha told Mishra that the Empowered Committee of Secretaries (E-CoS) headed by him had fixed date of 1st June, 2017 for perusal of the report of the Allowances Committee, and soon after that, the committee will send a memorandum to the Cabinet for nod.

In late June, after implementing the 7th Pay Commission proposals on salary and pension, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had announced the ‘Committee on Allowances’, headed by Finance Secretary Ashok Lavasa to examine the suggestions on allowances. It had time till October to give the report but this got delayed.

The decision on allowances was postponed because the 7th Pay Commission wanted a number of these to be abolished or subsumed. Employee unions were opposed.

The ‘Committee on Allowances’ submitted its report to finance minister Arun Jaitley on April 27.

However, the Committee’s report on higher allowances under the 7th Pay Commission haven’t made public.

The report on allowances is now examined by the Empowered Committee of Secretaries (E-CoS) and after it, it will be placed before the Cabinet.

The central government employees now get all allowances except dearness allowance, according to the 6th Pay Commission recommendations until issuing of higher allowances notification.

TST

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BOTTLENECKS IN THE COMMENCEMENT OF SALARY REVISION NEGOTIATIONS IN BANKING INDUSTRY

11th Bipartite News – Bottlenecks in the commencement of Salary Revision Negotiations in Banking Industry

All India UCO Bank Officers Federation

Ref.: Com/EC/ 97 /2015-2018

Dated :22.05.2017

All Office Bearers, E.C.Members & Units

BOTTLENECKS IN THE COMMENCEMENT OF SALARY REVISION NEGOTIATIONS IN BANKING INDUSTRY

We have today sent a communication to Hon’ble Finance Minister of India on the captioned subject. A copy of the same is enclosed for information.

All our members/affiliates are requested to await further developments in this regard.

With greetings,
SD/-
(D.T.Franco)
GENERAL SECRETARY

Text of the Letter

Letter No: AIBOC/2017/19

Dated: 20/05/2017

Shri. Arun Jaitley,
Hon’ble Minister for Finance,
Government of India,
NEW DELHI.

Dear Sir,

BOTTLENECKS IN THE COMMENCEMENT OF SALARY REVISION NEGOTIATIONS IN BANKING INDUSTRY

We are sorry to bring to your kind notice that even though the Government of India has been insisting for an early salary revision settlement at the industry level between the Indian Banks Association and the United forum of Bank Unions, there has been an unnecessary delay due to certain avoidable difficulties created by the Management of few banks in the Banking industry. It is historical that the salary revision in the Banking industry takes place once in 5 years through bilateral negotiations between the associations/unions and the Indian Banks Association covering over 10 lac workforce in the entire banking industry.

During the last five decades we have concluded 10 bipartite settlements and the 11th one is now expected to take off. The first round of meeting was held between the IBA and the constituents of the United Forum of Bank unions on 2nd May, 2017 but without any concrete progress. One of the major hurdles that we are now encountering is in respect of the ‘mandate’ to be given by the member banks to the Indian Banks’ Association. A few of the banks have given a conditional mandate creating a chaotic and confusing situation in the negotiations, by insisting that they are allowing mandate for discussions only upto officers of scale III and that the remaining scales will have to be left to the discretion of the Bank.

2.The Banking Industry is overwhelmingly under the control of the Government of India due to the historical decisions taken by the Government of India during 1969 and 1980. The Nationalization of Banks was in the best interests of the economy and to take Banking facilities to the nook and corner of the country. We have seen the great contribution made by the banks during the last several decades due to this consolidation and ownership by the Central Government. But there was one area which was causing serious industrial relations crisis in the Banks at frequent intervals. Different banks had different service conditions and compensation system creating serious problems in the area of HR management.

It was at this stage that the Government of India appointed Pillai Committee for the purpose of standardization of the scales and grades and also to bring parity amongst the Public Sector banks. After a thorough study of the service conditions that existed in those days, the Pillai Committee submitted a comprehensive report aiming at standardization and uniformity in the service conditions of the Officers in the Banking Industry. Thereafter, the Government of India introduced the recommendations of the Pillai Committee in the Banks for ensuring standardization and parity amongst the Public Sector Banks.

Thus, a well-developed pattern was established over the next rounds of bipartite system in carrying forward the attempts made by Pillai Committee for the purpose of standardization of the salary scales and compensation system in the Banking industry. The Pillai Committee had recommended 4 grades and 7 scales which has now become a regular feature in all the Public Sector banks including the State Bank of India.

3.The Officers’ organizations have been negotiating with the Indian Banks Association in respect of all these 7 scales over the last several bipartites. Thus, the industrial relations have been cordial and harmonious as far as the salary structure and compensation systems were concerned as they were being discussed and settled through bilateral negotiations at the industry level. The present decision of some of the Banks, in particular the bigger Banks, seem to create a similar disparity which was prevailing earlier to distort the broad parity that is prevailing in the banking industry by attempting to retain the right of decision in regard to the scale IV and above in the banking industry. This will defeat the very purpose of the Pillai Committee’s attempt in ensuring parity and the subsequent objectives of the bilateral settlement.

4.We have conveyed our sentiments to IBA in our informal discussions and have requested them to ask all the Banks to give an unconditional mandate for negotiations on all scales rather than restricting it up to scale III alone. We therefore request your kind intervention in the matter so that the issue could be resolved without any further escalation on this issue which may affect the smooth conduct of negotiations.

5.Please treat the matter as urgent.

Thanking you in anticipation.

Yours sincerely,
SD/-
(D. T. Franco)
GENERAL SECRETARY

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Extension of the benefit of bunching to Assistant Accounts Officers as per the recommendations of 7CPC

Extension of the benefit of bunching to Assistant Accounts Officers as per the recommendations of 7CPC

No:- NFCAA/HQ/A-2/2017

Dated: 22.05.2017

To,
Shri Anthony Lianzuala,
Controller General of Accounts,
Ministry of Finance,
Department of Expenditure,
4th Floor, GPOA, Block-E, INA,
New Delhi – 110023

Subject: – Extension of the benefit of bunching to Assistant Accounts Officers as per the recommendations of 7CPC.

Sir,

I have been directed to draw your kind and personnel attention to the All India Civil Accounts Employees Association Category-II letter No:- AICAEA Cat-II/CHQ/2017/27 dated 27.04.2017 (Copy enclosed) on the above mentioned subject and state that, it is nearly eight months the Implementation Cell of Department of Expenditure vide order No:- 1-6/2016-IC dated 07.09.2016 has conveyed its decision to implement the recommendation of 7CPC regarding the bunching benefit to entitled employees and officers, but the Assistant Accounts Officers of Civil Accounts Organization have not yet been extended the benefit inspite of an order issued by your office in this respect. As such the Assistant Accounts Officers have become aggrieved due to non-receipt of their legitimately due benefit.

Therefore, on behalf of this federation, I seek your kind intervention into the matter so that the issue is settled at the earliest.

Four your kind and early favorable action this federation shall be highly thankful to you.

Thanking you,

Yours Sincerely,
(V. Bhattacharjee)
Secretary General

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ECHS Order: Empanelled Hospital Claims- Ophthalmic procedures

ECHS Order: Empanelled Hospital Claims- Ophthalmic procedures

Empanelled Hospital Claims- Ophthalmic procedures

Central Organisation,ECHS
Adjutant General’s Branch
Integrated Headquarters
Ministry Of Defence(army)
Maude Lines
Delhi Cantt – 110010

B/49773/AG/ECHS/Rates/Policy

18th May 2017

UTI-ITSL
15533/1, Above Farico Show Room
1st Floor, Old Madras Road
Halasuru, Bangalore,
Karnataka – 560008

EMPANELLED HOSPITAL CLAIMS : OPHTHALMIC PROCEDURES

1. It has been noted with concern while scrutinizing claims of an Eye Centre that ECHS had been billed more than the hospital rates. It was also observed that for ocular investigations the hospital was billing ECHS at twice the CGHS rates (stating that the CGHS rates are for one eye). It has been clarified the CGHS rates for Ophthalmology investigations are for both eyes unless specified”.

2. As per provisions of MoA and para 4(b)(x) of Gol MoD letter NO.24(8)/03/US(WE)/D(Res) dated 19 Dec 2003, the hospital cannot bill ECHS more than the hospital rates. It should be ensured by Regional Centre’s that the rate list of the hospital is taken whenever MoA is being renewed. The rate list attached with MoA should not have a rate more than CGHS rate/Hospital rate. wherever the hospital rate is below CGHS rate it should be reflected with an asterisk (*) on the rate list attached with MoA.

3. BPA to check the claims of such hospital (including settled claims) which have not been processed correctly and the excess amount paid post implementation of CGHS 2014 rates if any would be recoered from the pending claims of the hospitals.

4. The RCs are directed to ensure no additional charges/extra charges than CGHS/ECHS or actuals whichever is less to be paid to the hospital. It is also requested RCs to accordingly review the pending claims (i.e not settled claims) of the hospitals not restricted to ophthalmic claims and those with observations be returned to BPA for correct processing.

5. Please ask.

Sd/-
(IVS Gahlot)
Col
Dir (Med)
for MD ECHS

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Recommendations of 7th CPC on benchmark for the purpose of MACPS – Clarification

Recommendations of 7th CPC on benchmark for the purpose of MACPS: AIRF writes to Railway Board on clarification

A.I.R.F.
All India Railwaymen’s Federation

D.O. No.AIRF/MACPS

Dated : 22.05.2017

Sub: Recommendations of 7th CPC on benchmark for the purpose of MACPS – Clarification reg.

Ref.: Railway Board’s letter No.PC-V/2016/MACPS/1 dated 19.05.2017

This issue has been discussed with you on several occasions individually as well as jointly, where I mentioned that, the Cabinet Secretary has agreed to us that, the Railways being working under different working conditions, and for operation of the trains, a flow process system is in vogue, that is the reason, in the selections for various posts and categories; benchmarking system had been introduced after VI CPC when DoP&T issued instructions that, financial upgradation under MACPS should be based on “Very Good” benchmark. Even DoP&T agreed that the same benchmark should be used for MACPS which is in vogue for selection in case of the Railway employees.

Now, it is a matter of utter surprise that, on the reference as well as reply from the DoP&T, the Railways had issued instructions for “Very Good” benchmark for financial upgradation under MACPS. This issue is very sensitive and will definitely create lots of agitations because, in the MACPS benchmark of “Very Good” will be considered for consecutive three years. In most of the cases employees will be deprived of from MACPS. Since Railways are working in a flow process system, wherein, instead of individual contribution, joint contribution of the employees has their weightage.

We sincerely hope that, you will kindly intervene in the matter and as has been advised by the Cabinet Secretary, the same benchmark, which is prevalent for selection should be in vogue in case of MACPS also.

With Kind regards!

Yours sincerely,
Sd/-,
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
General Secretary

Shri A.K.Mittal,
Chairman,
Railway Board,
New Delhi.

Source : AIRF

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Key Achievements and Initiatives of Department of Financial Services for providing Social Security and Credit to various sections of society and ensuring Financial Inclusion

Key Achievements and Initiatives of Department of Financial Services for providing Social Security and Credit to various sections of society and ensuring Financial Inclusion

Through its Major Schemes, Department of Financial Services is ensuring financial inclusion, providing social security to the people as well as providing credit to various sections of the society. The major achievements of various schemes under the Department are highlighted below.

1. Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY)

The deposit base of PMJDY accounts has expanded over time. As on 05.04.2017, the deposit balance in PMJDY accounts was Rs. 63,971 crore in 28.23 crore accounts. The average deposit per account has more than doubled from Rs. 1,064 in March 2015 to Rs. 2,235 in March 2017.  22.14 crore RuPay cards have been issued under PMJDY.

The Bank Mitra network has also gained in strength and usage. The average number of transactions per Bank Mitra, on the Aadhaar Enabled Payment System operated by Bank Mitras, has risen by over eightyfold, from 52 transactions in 2014-15 to 4,291 transactions in 2016-17.

2. Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY)

As on 12th April, 2017, Cumulative Gross enrolment reported by Banks subject to verification of eligibility, etc. is about 3.1 Crore under PMJJBY. A total of 63291 claims were registered under PMJJBY of which 59770 have been disbursed.

3. Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY)

As on 12th April, 2017, Cumulative Gross enrolment reported by Banks subject to verification of eligibility, etc. is about 10 Crore under PMSBY.  A total of 12816 claims were registered under PMSBY of which 9646 have been disbursed.

4. Atal Pension Yojana (APY)

As on 31st March, 2017, a total of 48.54 lakh subscribers have been enrolled under APY with a total pension wealth of Rs. 1,756.48 crore.

5. Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana     

Under the scheme a loan of upto Rs. 50000 is given under sub-scheme ‘Shishu'; between Rs. 50,000 to 5.0 Lakhs under sub-scheme ‘Kishore'; and between 5.0 Lakhs to 10.0 Lakhs under sub-scheme ‘Tarun’.

As per latest data, loans extended under the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY) during 2016-17 have crossed the target of Rs. 1,80,000 crore for 2016-17. Sanctions currently stand at Rs. 1,80,528 crore. Of this amount, about Rs. 1,23,000 crore was lent by banks while non-banking institutions lent about Rs. 57,000 crore.

Data compiled so far indicates that the number of borrowers this year were about 4 crore, of which over 70% were women borrowers. About 18% of the borrowers were from the Scheduled Caste Category, 4.5% from the Scheduled Tribe Category, while Other Backward Classes accounted for almost 34% of the borrowers.

6. Stand Up India Scheme

The Scheme facilitates bank loans between Rs.10 lakh and Rs.1 crore to at least one Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe borrower and at least one Woman borrower per bank branch for setting up greenfield enterprises. This enterprise may be in manufacturing, services or the trading sector.

As on 11th April, 2017, Rs 5807.7 crore has been sanctioned in 28444 accounts. Of these, women hold 22708 accounts with sanctioned loan of Rs 4740.11 crore, Scheduled Caste persons hold 4487 accounts with sanctioned amount of Rs 825.17 crore while Scheduled Tribe persons hold 1249 accounts with a sanctioned amount of Rs. 242.43 crore.

7. Varishtha Pension Bima Yojana (VPBY)

The revived Varishtha Pension Bima Yojana (VPBY) was formally launched by the Finance Minister on 14.08.2014 based on the budget announcement made during 2014-15 and has been opened during the window stretching from 15th August, 2014 to 14th August, 2015. Thus all those who subscribe to the VPBY during this period will receive an assured guaranteed return of 9% under the policy. As per LIC, a total number of 3,23,128 policies with corpus amount of Rs. 9073.20 crore have been subscribed to the Scheme.

8. Other Initiatives

The Government of India in the Interim Budget of FY 2014-15, announced the setting up of Venture Capital Fund for Scheduled Castesunder the head Social Sector Initiatives in order  to promote entrepreneurship among the Scheduled Castes (SC). The scheme is operational since 16.01.2015 with a present corpus of Rs. 290.01 crore contributed by Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of India (Rs. 240.01 crore) and IFCI Ltd. as sponsor and investor (Rs. 50 crore).  As of 15.03.2017, IFCI Venture Capital Fund Ltd. has sanctioned and disbursed Rs. 236.66 crore and Rs. 109.68 crore to 65 and 32 beneficiaries, respectively under the scheme since launch of the scheme.

The Credit Enhancement Guarantee Scheme (CEGS) for Scheduled Castes (SCs) was announced by Govt. of India in the Union Budget of 2014-15 wherein a sum of Rs.200 crore was allocated towards credit facility cover for young and energetic start-up entrepreneurs, belonging to SCs, who aspire to be part of neo middle class category with an objective to encourage entrepreneurship in the lower strata of the society resulting in job creation besides creating confidence in SCs.

Banks have undertaken Financial Literacy programmes through 718 Financial Literacy and Credit Counselling Centres (FLCCs). A total of 17,422 skilling centres have been mapped with branches and literacy centres, and financial literacy imparted to 7 lakh students. The literacy materials have been developed in regional languages and disseminated.

 

Card acceptance infrastructure: To augment card acceptance infrastructure for use of debit cards, a major drive was undertaken between December 2016 and March 2017, resulting in an increase in the number of Point of Sale (PoS) terminals by an additional 12.54 lakh, up from 15.19 lakh as on 30.11.2016. Further, to improve such infrastructure in villages, 2.04 lakh PoS terminals have been sanctioned from the Financial Inclusion Fund by NABARD.

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Implementation of Government’s decision on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission- Revision of pension of pre- 2016 pensioners/family pensioners etc

Dept of Post: Revision of pension of Pre- 2016 pensioners/family pensioners – Govt’s decision on 7th CPC Recommendations

No. 4-3/2017-Pension
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(Pension Section)

Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi – 110 001
23rd May, 2017

To

All Head(s) of Circles
All Directors/Dy. Directors of Accounts (P)
APS Headquarter
Head of PLI and BD Directorate
Director, Postal Staff College, Ghaziabad
All Directors of Postal Training Centres

Sub: Implementation of Government’s decision on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission- Revision of pension of pre- 2016 pensioners/family pensioners etc-reg.

Sir/Madam,

I am directed to say that based on the decisions of the Government, Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare has issued O.M. No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A) dated 12.05.2017 for fixation of pension/family pension of pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners to the higher of the two formulations. A copy of the OM. is circulated herewith for information and necessary action.

2. The pension/family pension of all pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners shall be revised in line with instructions contained in the DoP&PW OM. dated 12.05.2017. The higher of the two formulation i.e. (i) the pension/family pension already revised in accordance with DoP&PW O.M. dated 4.8.2016 or (ii) the revised pension/family pension as worked out in accordance with para 4 of the DoP&PW OM. dated 12.5.2017, shall be treated as revised pension/family pension w.e.f 1.1.2016. It shall be the responsibilities of the Head of Department and concerned Director of Accounts (Postal) to revise the pension/family pension of pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners w.e.f 1.1.2016 in accordance with these orders and to issue a revised pension payment authority.

3. As envisaged in the DoP&PW O.M., the Pension sanctioning Authority (PSA) would impress upon the concerned Head of Office for fixation of pay on notional basis at the earliest. The information can be obtained in Proforma A. Based on notional pay so fixed, the revision proposal will be sent by Pension Sanctioning Authority to concerned DA (P) to apply necessary checks and issue revised authority under the existing PPO number. To facilitate fixation of notional pay, DA (P) will provide copy of PPO/pension papers to concerned PSA immediately on requisition. All PSAs will maintain records of processing cases of retirees year-wise in Proforma 8. DA (P) will maintain data of proposal received and authority issued in software as has been done in case of 6th CPC revision of PPOs.

4. Since there will be large number of cases for revision, concerted efforts of all authorities will be required to accomplish the task. It is requested to take immediate action for revision of pension/family pension at the earliest.

This issues with approval of Secretary (Posts).

Yours faithfully,
Encl: As above
(Smriti Sharan)/
Dv. Director General (Estt.)

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Reimbursement of medical claims to pensioners under CS (MA) Rules, 1944 as directed by various CATS/Courts

Reimbursement of Medical Claims to Pensioners under CS(MA) Rules 1944 as directed by various CATs and Courts

No. 5.14025/23/2013-MS.EHSS
Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Department of Health and Family Welfare

Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi
Dated the 29 September, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub:- Reimbursement of medical claims to pensioners under CS (MA) Rules, 1944 as directed by various CATS/Courts – Regarding.

The undersigned is directed to state that various references are being received in Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on the above mentioned subject. it is hereby clarified that CS (MA) Rules, 1944 are not applicable to pensioners till date.

2. It is further informed that the following options to avail medical facilities are available to Central Government pensioners:

a) Pensioners residing in CGHS covered areas:

1) They can get themselves registered in CGHS dispensary after making requisite contribution and can avail both OPD and IPD facilities.

2). Pensioners residing in CGHS areas cannot optout cf CGHS and avail anyother medical facility {i.e. Fixed Medical Allowance). Such pensioners, if they do not choose to avail CGHS facility by depositing the required contributions, cannot be granted Fixed Medical allowance in lieu of CGHS.

b) Pensioners residing in non – CGHS areas:

1). They can avail Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) @ Rs.500/- per month

2) They can also avail benefits of CGHS- [OPD and IPD] by registering themselves in the nearest CGHS “city after” making the required subscription.

3) They also have the option to avail FMA, for OPD treatment and CG HS for IPD treatments after making the required subscriptions as per CGHS guidelines.

3. In view. of the above, reimbursement of medical claims to pensioners under CS (MA) Rules, 1944 as directed by various CATS/Courts, need not be referred to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The respective Administrative Department/Ministry may take their own decision in this regard.

4. Further, all Departments/Ministries are requested to intimate their employees proceeding for retirement regarding the above options for medical facilities available to the Central Government pensioners.

5. This issues with the approval of competent authority.

(SUNIL KUMAR GUPTA)
UNDER SECRETARY TO THE GOVT. OF INDIA

Source: [CGHS.GOV.IN]

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Grant of financial upgradation under MACP Scheme in the promotional hierarchy-instead of Grade Pay hierarchy

MACP on Promotional Hierarchy instead of Grade Pay: Less advantageous in some cases (Clerical & Steno): Railway Board unveils with example

GOVERNMENT of INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(Railway Board)

No. PC-V/M/4/NFIR/pt

New Delhi,
dated :19.05.2017

The General Secretary,
NFIR,
3, Chelmsford Road, New Delhi-55

Sir,

Sub:-Board’s item No.3-Grant of financial upgradation under MACP Scheme in the promotional hierarchy-(instead of Grade Pay hierarchy) {item(s) to be discussed with Board (MS &FC)}.

The undersigned is directed to refer to NFIR’s letter No.IV/MACPS/09/Part 10, dated 10.04.2017 on the above subject and to state that Board’s reply dt. 17.04.2017 is based on the factual position relating to financial upgradiation being granted presently which has been ascertained from Northern Railway.

Meanwhile an another Railway i.e. Western Railway vide their letter dt. 06.03.2017 has also apprised that Accounts Clerk and Stenographers are getting GP Rs.4600/- and GP Rs.4800/- as 3rd MACPS respectively whereas under the ACP Scheme no further financial upgradation beyond GP of Rs. 4200/- for Accounts Clerks and Rs.4600 for Stenographer would be admissible. Thus, the Federation’s contention that ACP is more advantageous than MACP Scheme for certain categories of employees is contrary to the factual position.

Further, the submissions made by the Federation seems based on theoretical premise and the same is contrary to the situation factually obtaining on Zonal Railways. As such, the Federations’ allegation that Staff are put in disadvantageous position on account of financial upgradation allowed in pay structure hierarchy under MACPS is not found validate. As requested, a copy of supporting order in respect of Office Clerk/Accounts Clerk Cadre is furnished herewith.

In view of the above, Federation is requested to appreciate the factual position. DA: As above.

Yours faithfully,
Sd/-

for Secretary,
Railway Board

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Brief of the meeting held today with the Cabinet Secretary (Government of India)

Brief of the meeting held today with the Cabinet Secretary (Government of India)

Shiva Gopal Mishra
Secretary
National Council (Staff)
Joint Consultative Machinery
for Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi – 110001

No.NC/JCM/2017

Dated: May 23, 2017

All Constituents of Staff Side(JCM)

Dear Comrades!

Sub: Brief of the meeting held today with the Cabinet Secretary (Government of India)

Today I met the Cabinet Secretary (Government of India) and handed him over a copy of our letter regarding inordinate delay in implementation of the report of the Ashok Lavasa Committee on Allowances.

Also shown him our anguish regarding other demands, pending with different committees, such as Minimum Wage, Fitment Formula and NPS, etc. etc.

The Cabinet Secretary said that, he has fixed date of 1st June, 2017 for perusal of the report of the Allowances Committee by the Empowered Committee, and soon after that, he will send a memorandum to the Cabinet for their consideration.

This is for your information.

Comradely yours,

sd/-
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary (Staff Side)

Source: NCJCM Staff Side

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Inordinate delay in implementation of the report of the Committee on Allowances

Inordinate delay in implementation of the report of the Committee on Allowances

Shiva Gopal Mishra
Secretary
National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
for Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi – 110001

No.NC/JCM/2017

Dated: May 23, 2017

The Cabinet Secretary,
(Government of India),
Cabinet Secretariat,
Rashtrapati Bhawan,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

Sub: Inordinate delay in implementation of the report of the Committee on Allowances

It is a matter of regret that, in spite of all the persuasions made by the Staff Side(JCM) there is inordinate delay in finalization of recommendations of the Ashok Lavasa Committee on Allowances. More than one year and three months have passed after implementation of the report of the VII CPC, but the employees are still getting allowances at the old rates as had been recommended by the VI CPC.

The Committee on Allowances took longer time while finalizing its recommendations, but it is a matter of deep regret that, even after submission of the report by the said committee, the same has not been made available to the Staff Side(JCM), therefore, we do not know what recommendations have been made by the said committee.

Staff Side(JCM), therefore, requests that the recommendations of the Allowances Committee should be made available to the Staff Side(JCM).

Moreover, it would be highly appreciated that, the Allowances should be implemented without any further delay, and the date of the implementation should be w.e.f. 01.01.2016.

With Kind Regards!

Sincerely yours,

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary (Staff Side)

Source: NCJCM Staff Side

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Procedural actions for revision of pension of pre-1.1.2016 retirees of Central Government in pursuance of the OM of Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare dated 12.5.2017

Procedural actions for revision of pension of pre-1.1.2016 retirees of Central Government in pursuance of the OM of Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare dated 12.5.2017

No.1(13)/EV/2017
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

New Delhi, the 23rd May, 2017

Office Memorandum

Subject: Procedural actions for revision of pension of pre-1.1.2016 retirees of Central Government in pursuance of the OM of Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare dated 12.5.2017 – Regarding.

The Ministries/Departments of the Central Government are aware of the orders issued by Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare (DoP&PW) contained in their OM No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A) dated 12.5.2017 regarding revision of pension of pre-1.1.2016 retirees. In terms of para 4 thereof, the revised pension/family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 in respect of all Central civil pensioners/family pensioners, including CAPF’s who retired/died prior to 1.1.2016 may be revised by notionally fixing their pay in the pay matrix recommended by the 7th Central Pay Commission in the level corresponding to the pay in the pay scale/pay band and grade pay at which they retired/died. The said OM further provides that this will be done by notional pay fixation under each intervening Pay Commission based on the formula for revision of pay. 50% of the notional pay as on 1.1.2016 shall be the revised pension and 30% of this notional pay shall be the revised family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016.

2. The Ministries/Departments are aware that actual implementation of the aforesaid order contained in the OM dated 12.5.2017 of the Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare involves a procedure for revision of pension of such pensioners, which covers a number of agencies like the Heads of Departments/Heads of Offices, under whose administrative control a particular pensioner had worked before retirement/death, the concerned PAOs, pension accounting organizations like CPAO in case of civil pensioners and similar pension accounting organizations pertaining to pensioners in Ministries of Railways, Defence and Department of Posts, etc. Therefore, a coordinated action amongst these agencies is required to ensure that revision of pension in such cases is processed expeditiously.

3. Accordingly, while the substantive matter pertaining to revision of pension of pre-1.1.2016 Central Government retirees concerns Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare as already provided in their aforesaid OM dated 12.5.2017 and any further substantive order thereon issued by them, there are certain procedural actions which need to be taken by the concerned administrative agencies in each Ministry/Department as well as the pension accounting organisations like the Central Pension Accounting Office under the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure; Controller General of Defence Accounts under the Ministry of Defence and similar pension accounting organisations under the Ministry of Railways and Department of Posts etc so that appropriate implementation of the orders of Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare as per their OM dated 12.5.2017 is carried out expeditiously.

4. In order, therefore, to put the procedural issues in this regard in perspective and to provide for coordinated action amongst the concerned agencies, the following procedural points of action are to be taken by the concerned agencies as brought out below:

(A) Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance

(i) The fitment tables for fixation of notional pay will be worked out by the Department of Expenditure and provided to Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare for appropriate guidelines for the purpose of issue of any further substantive order in the matter.

(B) Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare

(i) The appropriate guidelines/ instructions for revision of pension based on fitment tables for notional pay will be issued for use by the pension revising administrative authorities, PAOs and pension accounting organisations in the Central Government.

(C) Pension Accounting Authorities

(i) The Central Pension Accounting Office in case of civil pensioners and similar pension accounting offices in the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Railways, Department of Posts etc., shall pass on the available and relevant data of live pensioners to the concerned PAOs by 31.05.2017, if such data is already available with them. This action will be completed within two weeks. In cases where the data is not available, the same will be obtained by the pension accounting offices from the disbursing banks and shall be passed on to the concerned PAOs. This action will be taken up simultaneously and completed within four weeks.

(ii) The pension accounting offices, while passing on the data to the concerned PAOs, may also devise a suitable mechanism for electronic revision, as far as possible, to enable PAOs to process the cases of pension revision expeditiously.

(iii) The central pension accounting offices like the CPAO, at the time of passing on the data to the concerned PAOs, shall send a few illustrative examples on pension revision in such cases to the pension disbursing Banks to enable them to consider suitable changes in the software, if necessary, for the purpose.

(D) Pay & Account Office (PAO)/Head of the Department.

(i) The concerned PAOs, on receiving data from the pension accounting organizations, shall immediately, and not later than 3 days from the receipt of data, pass on the data to the concerned administration/establishment Branches/Heads of the Office (HOO)s under various Heads of Department (HODs) of the Ministries/Departments. The HOOs will also check their records to ascertain the actual numbers of retirees.

(ii) The concerned administration/establishment branches/Heads of Offices (HOO) under various Heads of Departments (HODs) of the Ministries/Departments shall take action to revise the pension in case of retirees who had worked under their administrative control, based on the orders issued by the Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare dated 12.5.2017 and any further order containing the fitment table providing for notional pay, after due verification of the relevant records.

(iii) In cases where records are readily available with the HoD/DDO, the action to process revision of pension shall be initiated forthwith and not later than 30 days from the date of receipt of the list of pensioners by the PAOs from the CPAO. In such cases, revised pension cases will be sent to the PAOs for further necessary action by the concerned administrative Branches/HOOs, which normally process the pension cases in case of employees under their administrative domain on their retirement/death.

(iv) In cases where records are not readily available, the concerned HOOs/HODs will ensure appropriate action for verification of such cases and ensure expeditious revision of pension as per the prescribed procedure and passing on the same to PAOs for further necessary action.

(v) On receipt of revised pension cases from the administrative/establishment branches, the PAOs shall take further appropriate action expeditiously and pass on the duly verified pension revision authorities to the pension accounting offices like the CPAO, which will in turn take further action to issue necessary instructions/authority to the disbursing Banks without delay.

(vi) Once the revised pension authority is received by the Banks, they will ensure timely payment of revised pension and arrears, if any, to the accounts of pensioners.

5. In order to ensure effective monitoring of the progress of pension revision based on the procedure outlined above, a monitoring mechanism will also be followed as brought out below:

(i) DOP&PW will periodically monitor the Ministry-wise progress of pension revision. For this purpose, Ministry-wise details would be made available by the respective pension accounting organisations, viz, CPAO, CGDA, etc, to the Department of P&PW.

(ii) The progress of pension revision at the HOD/HOO level will be monitored by the concerned JS(Admn) of the Ministry/Department on a weekly basis. This will be included as one agenda in the Senior Officers Meetings (5OM) in each Ministry/Department.

(iii) CPAO and similar pension accounting organisations shall place online a dashboard of the progress of revision of pension cases with PAOs, CCAs, nodal authorities of Ministries/Departments and Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare.

(iv) In order to ensure timely action on the part of Chief Controller of Accounts/Controller of Accounts/PAOs and Pension Accounting Organisations, a weekly progress meeting shall be held at the level of Chief Controller of Pension and this shall be monitored on monthly basis by Controller General of Accounts, CGDA and similar levels in the Ministry of Railways, Department of Posts, etc.

sd/-

(Amar Nath Singh)

Director

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Election of Delegates to Kendriya Bhandar

ELECTION OF DELEGATES

NOTICE

Elections for the Delegates of Kendriya Bhandar (CGECCS Ltd.) are to be held in
the third/fourth week of June 2017. The list of shareholders (members) is already placed and available on the website of this Department. This list is also available at the website of Kendriya Bhandar at www.kendrivabhandar.org.in and in the Head Office at Pushpa Bhawan, Madangir Road, New Delhi-110062.
2. All the eligible shareholders (members) were earlier requested through a Notice in
the newspaper and through website of this Department to verify their names in the list of voters. If any change was required to be made in the name, such request was to be addressed to Secretary, Kendriya Bhandar between 10.30 AM to 5.00 PM from
07.05.2017 to 13.05.2017 and the request for change was to be submitted along with
supporting document.
3. As per the decision of Executive Committee, the shareholders (members) enrolled
upto 31 st March, 2017 shall be eligible to vote in the election of delegates and the list of voters has to be prepared accordingly.
4. Only few requests have been received by the Kendriya Bhandar for change in name
etc. Therefore, it has been decided that one more opportunity which will be final
opportunity will be provided till 29th May 2017, for making requests for changes, if
any in the list.
4. The list of shareholders will be updated on the basis of requests received upto 29th
May, 2017 and election of the Delegates of the Society will be held on the basis of the final list so prepared. No request in this regard will be considered after 29th May, 2017. For any query/clarification, the shareholders may contact Mr. Mukesh Kumar (9212436282)/Mr.Sandeep Bawa (Mobile No.8802516868) or at the e-mail address
adminkendriyabhandar.orq

(G.Srinivasan)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India & Returning Officer

Election of Delegates

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Lower Tax Incidence on Entertainment Services under Goods and Services (GST) Tax

Lower Tax Incidence on Entertainment Services under Goods and Services (GST) Tax

Service providers shall be eligible for full Input Tax Credits (ITC) of GST paid in respect of inputs and input services

Taxes on entertainments and amusements (covered by the erstwhile entry 62 of State List of the Constitution) have been subsumed under Goods and Services Tax (GST) except to the extent of taxes on entertainments and amusements levied by a Panchayat or a Municipality.

The rate of GST approved by GST Council on services by way of admission to entertainment events or cinematography films in cinema theatres is 28%. However, the entertainment tax rates in respect of exhibition of cinematography films in theaters/cinema halls, currently levied by States are as high as 100% in some of the States.

The rate of entertainment tax on cable TV and Direct-To-Home (DTH) levied by States is in the range of 10%-30% in many States. Apart from this, Service tax is also leviable at the rate of 15%. As against this, the rate of GST approved by GST Council on these services is 18%.

The rate of GST approved by GST Council on access to circus, theatre, Indian classical dance including folk dance and drama is 18% ad valorem. Further, the GST Council has approved an exemption upto a consideration for admission of Rs 250 per person. These services currently attract entertainment tax levied by the States.

Thus, entertainment services shall suffer a lower tax incidence under GST. In addition to the benefit of lower headline rates of GST, the service providers shall be eligible for full input tax credits (ITC) of GST paid in respect of inputs and input services. Presently, such service providers are not eligible to avail of input credits in respect of VAT paid on domestically procured capital goods & inputs or of Special Additional Duty (SAD) paid on imported capital goods and inputs. Thus, while GST is a value added tax, entertainment tax, presently levied by the States is like a turnover tax.

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Allowances to Central Government Employees – Questions in Parliament

All allowances (except Dearness Allowance) to Central Government Employees – Questions in Parliament

Allowances to Government Employees

In Lok Sabha on 18.11.2016, the Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley has replied in a written form regarding the allowances to Central Government employees recommended by the 7th Central Pay Commission. The complete text of the reply is reproduced and given below for your information.

“In view of the number of representations received with regard to substantial changes with the existing provisions relating to Allowances recommended by the 7th Central Pay Commission, the Government has set up a Committee to examine the recommendations of the Commission on allowances (except Dearness Allowance). The Committee has been asked to go into the recommendations of the Commission on various allowances and, having regard to the representations made by the staff associations as also the suggestions of the concerned Ministries/Departments and to make recommendations as to whether any changes in the recommendations of the Commission are warranted and, if so, in what form. Till a final decision is taken by the Government based on the recommendations of this Committee, all allowances (except Dearness Allowance) will continue to be paid at existing rates in the existing pay structure. The Committee, constituted vide order dated 22.7.2016, is to submit its report within four months.

The Committee has been interacting with various stake-holders to discuss their demands and has so far held discussions with National Council (Staff Side), Joint Consultative Machinery, representatives from staff associations and officials from Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Ministry of Home Affairs and Department of Posts. The Committee may also interact with the representatives of some other major Ministries/Departments and stakeholders with whom consultations are yet to be held before finalizing its Report. On submission of the Report, the matter pertaining to allowances will be considered by the Government and appropriate decision will be taken thereafter.”

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Amendments in the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission

Amendments in the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission

BY SPEED POST

No.F.14021/3/2016-AIS-II
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension
Department of Personnel and Training

New Delhi,
Dated :19/22.05.2017

(i)The Chief Secretaries of All States/UTs
(ii) JS(P), Ministry of Home Affairs North Block, New Delhi
(iii) JS(IFS), Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change.

Subject: Amendments in the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission – reg.

Sir/Madam,

The Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure vide Resolution No.1-2/2016-IC dated the 16th May, 2017 has made certain changes in the recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission. The following changes are relevant for All India Service officers:

(i) The Index of Rationalisation (IOR) of Level 13 of Civil Pay Matrix shall be enhanced from 2.57 to 2.67. Accordingly, the Civil Pay Matrix as contained in Schedule-III of IAS (Pay) Rule, 2016 dated 08.09.2016, IPS (Pay) Rule, 2016 dated the 23.09.2016 and IFS (Pay) Rule, 2016 dated 28.09.2016 shall be revised as at Appendix-I (copy enclosed)

(ii) The provision contained in Rule 7 of the aforesaid Rules shall be revised to the extent that the benefit of pay protection in the form of personal pay of officers posted on deputation under Central Staffing Scheme, as envisaged therein, shall be given effect from 1st January, 2016 instead of 25th July, 2016. Further, this benefit shall also be extended to officers from Services under Central Staffing Scheme, coming on deputation to Central Government, on posts not covered under Central Staffing Scheme.

Accordingly, the Rule 7 of IAS (Pay) Rule, 2016 dated 08.09.2016, IPS (Pay) Rule, 2016 dated the 23.09.2016 and IFS (Pay) Rule, 2016 dated 28.09.2016 shall be revised as under:

7. Pay protection to officers on Central deputation.

“If the pay of the AIS officers posted on deputation to the Central Government, is fixed in the revised pay structure, either under these rules or as per the instructions regulating such fixation of pay on the post to which they are appointed on deputation, and happens to be lower than the pay they would have been entitled to had they been in their parent cadre and would have drawn that pay but for the Central deputation, such difference in the pay shall be protected in the form of Personal Pay with effect from the 1st January, 2016″.

  1. The State Government is requested to furnish their comments on the proposed amendments immediately and positively by 26th May, 2017. If no reply is received by this time, it would be presumed that the State Government concurs with the said amendments.
  2. This issues with the approval of the competent authority.

Yours faithfully,

S/d,
(Rajesh Kumar Yadav)

Under Secretary to the Government of India

APPENDIX-I
Pay Matrix (w.e.f 01.01.2016)

Pay Band 15600-39100 37400-67000 67000-79000 75500-80000 80000
Grade Pay 5400 6600
(STS)
7600
(JAG)
8700
(Selection Grade)
8900 10000
Level 10 11 12 13 13A 14 15 16 17
1 56100 67700 78800 123100 131100 144200 182200 205400 225000
2 57800 69700 81200 126800 135000 148500 187700 211600
3 59500 71800 83600 130600 139100 153000 193300 217900
4 61300 74000 86100 134500 143300 157600 199100 224400
5 63100 76200 88700 138500 147600 162300 205100
6 65000 78500 91400 142700 152000 167200 211300
7 67000 80900 94100 147000 156600 172200 217600
8 69000 83300 96900 151400 161300 177400 224100
9 71100 85800 99800 155900 166100 182700
10 73200 88400 102800 160600 171100 188200
11 75400 91100 105900 165400 176200 193800
12 77700 93800 109100 170400 181500 199600
13 80000 96600 112400 175500 186900 205600
14 82400 99500 115800 180800 192500 211800
15 84900 102500 119300 186200 198300 218200
16 87400 105600 122900 191800 204200
17

90000 108800 126600 197600 210300
18 92700 112100 130400 203500 216600
19 95500 115500 134300 209600
20 98400 119000 138300 215900
21 101400 122600 142400
22 104400 126300 146700
23 107500 130100 151100
24 110700 134000 155600
25 114000 138000 160300
26 117400 142100 165100
27 120900 146400 170100
28 124500 150800 175200
29 128200 155300 180500
30 132000 160000 185900
31 136000 164800 191500
32 140100 169700 197200
33 144300 174800 203100
34 148600 180000 209200
35 153100 185400
36 157700 191000
37 162400 196700
38 167300 202600
39 172300 208700
40 177500

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Grant of Disability Element to Armed Forces Personnel who were retained in service despite disability attributable to or aggravated by Military Service and subsequently proceeded on prematurel voluntary retirement prior to 01.01.2006

No. 16(05)/2008/D(Pension/Policy)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare

New Delhi-110011
Dated : 09.05.2017

To,
The Chief of the Army Staff
The Chief of the Naval Staff
The Chief of the Air Staff

Subject : Grant of Disability Element to Armed Forces Personnel who were retained in service despite disability attributable to or aggravated by Military Service and subsequently proceeded on prematurel voluntary retirement prior to 01.01.2006.

Sir,

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Ministry’s letter No.16(5)/2005/ D(pen/Policy) dated 29th September 2009 wherein disability element! war injury element have been allowed to such Armed Forces Personnel who were retained in service despite disability and retired/ discharged voluntary or otherwise in addition to retiring/ service pension or retiring/ service gratuity, subject to condition that their disability was accepted as attributable to or aggravated by military service and had foregone lump sum compensation in lieu of that disability.

2. In terms of Para-3 of the above referred letter the provisions stated above are applicable to the Armed Forces Personnel who were, retired / discharged from service on or after 01.01.2006. Armed Force Tribunal (Principal Branch) New Delhi in OA No. 336 of 2011 vide their order dated 07.02.2012 have struck down Para-3 of this Ministry’s above letter.

3. The issue of extension of above benefit to the Pre-2006 retired/ discharged Armed Forces Personnel, who were retained in service despite disability attributable to or aggravated by military service, was under active consideration of Government. Now, the President is pleased to decide that all Pre- 2006 Armed Forces Personnel who were retained in service despite disability and retired voluntarily or otherwise will be allowed disability element / war injury element in addition to retiring/ service pension or retiring/ service gratuity, subject to the condition that their disability was accepted as attributable to or aggravated by military service and had foregone lump sum compensation in lieu of that disability. Further, concerned Armed Forces Personnel should still be suffering from the same disability which should be assessed at 20% or more on the date of effect of this letter.

4. Implementation of these orders is expected to be arduous and challenging. Documents like Medical Board proceedings, retention of the personnel in service despite disability, option of individual foregoing lump sum compensation and non-payment of lump sum compensation would be required in all cases which may not be available at the end of Pay Accounting Authorities/ Record offices and Pension sanctioning authorities readily. In such cases, pensioners/ family pensioners may be asked to produce the copies of relevant documents to the Executive authorities in support of their claims.

5. The claim for grant of disability element! war injury element in affected cases will be submitted to the PSA concerned by PCDA(O) Pune/ NPO/ AFCAO/ Record office along-with copy of medical board/ fresh medical board proceedings showing extent of disability applicable as on date of effect of this letter in respect of Commissioned officers/ JCOs/ ORs. It win be responsibility of PCDA(O) Pune/ NPO/ AFCAO and Record office to confirm payment! nonpayment of lump sum-compensation in lieu of disability element to Commissioned officers and JCOs/ ORs. A sanction showing extent of disability and its attributability/ aggravation due to Military service in terms of MOD letter No. 4684/DIR(PEN)/ 2001 dated 14.08.2001 would be issued by the Service HQrs in case of Commissioned Officers and sanction would be issued by 01/ C Record office in case of JCOs/ ORs.

6. The corrigendum PPOs granting disability element! war injury element in all affected cases will be issued by respective Pension Sanctioning Authorities.

7. The provisions of this letter shall take effect from 01.01.2006.

8. Pension Regulation of all the three services will be amended in due course.

9. This Issues with the concurrence of Finance Division of this Ministry their letter I. D. No 10(3)2012/FI N/PEN dated 19th May 2017

10. Hindi version will follow.

Yours faithfully
Sd/-
(Manoj Sinha)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

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Implementation of Governments decision on the recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission – Revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners, etc

No.14021/4/2016-AIS(11)

Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. and Pension
Department of Personnel & Training

New Delhi,
Dated : 19.05.2017

To,
The Chief Secretaries of
All States/Union Territories.

Sub: Implementation of Government’s decision on the recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission – Revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners, etc.- reg.

Sir,

I am directed to say that in pursuance of Government’s decision on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission, the Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare by its OM No. 38/37/2016- P&PW(A) dated 12th May, 2017 (copy enclosed) has issued the necessary detailed order on the above mentioned subject.

2. The applicability of the provisions of the aforesaid Office Memorandum of the Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare to the members of All India Services has been considered and it has been decided that the provisions contained in the aforesaid Office Memorandum issued by the Department of Pension & Pensioners shall be equally applicable Mutatis-Mutandis to members of All India Service governed by the All India Service (Death-Cum-Retirement-Benefits) Rules, 1958.

Encl : as above.

Yours faithfully,
S/d,
(Kavitha Padmanaban)
Deputy Secretary (Services)


Revision of pension of pre- 2016 pensioners/family pensioners –  O.M.12th may 2017

No.38/37/2016-P&PW(A)
Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions
Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan
Khan Market, New Delhi
Dated :12.05.2017

Office Memorandum

Sub:- Implementation of Government’s decision on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission – Revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners, etc.

The undersigned is directed to say that the 7th Central Pay Commission (7th CPC), in its Report, recommended two formulations for revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners. A Resolution No. 38/37/2016-P&PW (A) dated 04.08.2016 was issued by this Department indicating the decisions taken by the Government on the various recommendations of the 7th CPC on pensionary matters.

2.Based on the decisions taken by the Government on the recommendations of the 7th CPC, orders for revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners in accordance with second Formulation were issued vide this Department’s OM No. 38/37/2016-P&PW (A) (ii) dated 04.08.2016. It was provided in this O.M. that the revised pension/family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 of pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners shall be determined by multiplying the pension/family pension as had been fixed at the time of implementation of the recommendations of the 6th CPC, by 2.57.

3.In accordance with the decision mentioned in this Department’s Resolution 38/37/2016-P&PW (A) dated 04.08.2016 and OM No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A) (ii) dated 04.08.2016, the feasibility of the first option recommended by 7th CPC has been examined by a Committee headed by Secretary, Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare.

4. The aforesaid Committee has submitted its Report and the recommendations made by the Committee have been considered by the Government. Accordingly, it has been decided that the revised pension/family pension w.e.f. 01.01.2016 in respect of all Central civil pensioners/family pensioners, including CAPF’s, who retired/died prior to 01.01.2016, may be revised by notionally fixing their pay in the pay matrix recommended by the 7th CPC in the level corresponding to the pay in the pay scale/pay band and grade pay at which they retired/died. This will be done by notional pay fixation under each intervening Pay Commission based on the Formula for revision of pay. While fixing pay on notional basis, the pay fixation formulae approved by the Government and other relevant instructions on the subject in force at the relevant time shall be strictly followed. 50% of the notional pay as on 01.2016 shall be the revised pension and 30% of this notional pay shall be the revised family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per the first Formulation. In the case of family pensioners who were entitled to family pension at enhanced rate, the revised family pension shall be 50% of the notional pay as on 01.01.2016 and shall be payable till the period up to which family pension at enhanced rate is admissible as per rules. The amount of revised pension/family pension so arrived at shall be rounded off to next higher rupee.

5.It has also been decided that higher of the two Formulations i,e. the pension/family pension already revised in accordance with this Department’s OM No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A) (ii) dated 04.08.2016 or the revised pension/family pension as worked out in accordance with para 4 above, shall be granted to pre-2016 central civil pensioners as revised pension/family pension w.e.f. 01.01.2016. In cases where pension/family pension being paid w.e.f. 1.1.2016 in accordance with this Departments OM No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A) (ii) dated 04.08.2016 happens to be more than pension/family pension as worked out in accordance with para 4 above, the pension/family pension already being paid shall be treated as revised pension/family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016.

6. Instructions were issued vide this Department’s OM No. 45/86/97-P&PW(A) (iii) dated 10.02.1998 for revision of pension/ family pension in respect of Government servants who retired or died before 01.01.1986, by notional fixation of their pay in the scale of pay introduced with effect from 01.01.1986. The notional pay so worked out as on 01.01.1986 was treated as average emoluments/last pay for the purpose of calculation of notional pension/family pension as on 01.01.1986. The notional pension/family pension so arrived at was further revised with effect from 01.1996 and was paid in accordance with the instructions issued for revision of pension/family pension of pre-1996 pensioners/family pensioners in implementation of the recommendations of the 5th Central Pay Commission.

7. Accordingly, for the purpose of calculation of notional pay w.e.f. 1.1.2016 of those Government servants who retired or died before 01.01.1986, the pay scale and the notional pay as on 1.1.1986, as arrived at in terms of the instructions issued vide this Department’s OM 45/86/97-P&PW(A) dated 10.02.1998, will be treated as the pay scale and the pay of the concerned Government servant as on 1.1.1986. In the case of those Government servants who retired or died on or after 01.01.1986 but before 1.1.2016, the actual pay and the pay scale from which they retired or died would be taken into consideration for the purpose of calculation of the notional pay as on 1.1.2016 in accordance with para 4 above.

8.The minimum pension with effect from 01.01.2016 will be Rs. 9000/- per month (excluding the element of additional pension to old pensioners). The upper ceiling on pension/family pension will be 50% and 30% respectively of the highest pay in the Government (The highest pay in the Government is Rs. 2,50,000 with effect from 01.01.2016).

9.The pension/family pension as worked out in accordance with provisions of Para 4 and 5 above shall be treated as ‘Basic Pension’ with effect from 01.01.2016. The revised pension/family pension includes dearness relief sanctioned from 1.2016 and shall qualify for grant of Dearness Relief sanctioned thereafter.

10.The existing instructions regarding regulation of dearness relief to employed/re-employed pensioners/family pensioners, as contained in Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare O.M. No. 45173/97-P&PW(G) dated 02.07.1999, as amended from time to time, shall continue to apply.

11. These orders would not be applicable for the purpose of revision of pension of those pensioners who were drawing compulsory retirement pension under Rule 40 of the CCS (Pension) Rules or compassionate allowance under Rule 41 of the CCS (Pension) Rules. The pensioners in these categories would continue to be entitled to revised pension in accordance with the instructions contained in this Department’s M. No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A)(ii) dated 4.8.2016.

12. The pension of the pensioners who are drawing monthly pension from the Government on permanent absorption in public sector undertakings/autonomous bodies will also be revised in accordance with these orders. However, separate orders will be issued for revision of pension of those pensioners who had earlier drawn one time lump sum terminal benefits on absorption in public sector undertakings, etc. and are drawing one-third restored pension as per the instructions issued by this Department from time to time.

13.In cases where, on permanent absorption in public sector undertakings/autonomous bodies, the terms of absorption and/or the rules permit grant of family pension under the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 or the corresponding rules applicable to Railway employees/members of All India Services, the family pension being drawn by family pensioners will be updated in accordance with these orders.

14.Since the consolidated pension will be inclusive of commuted portion of pension, if any, the commuted portion will be deducted from the said amount while making monthly disbursements.

15.The quantum of age-related pension/family pension available to the old pensioners/ family pensioners shall continue to be as follows:-

Aqe of pensioner/family pensioner Additional quantum of pension
From 80 years to less than 85 years 20% of revised basic pension/ family pension
From 85 years to less than 90 years 30% of revised basic pension / family pension
From 90 years to less than 95 years 40% of revised basic pension / family pension
From 95 years to less than 100 years 50% of revised basic pension / family pension
100 years or more 100% of revised basic pension / family pension

The amount of additional pension will be shown distinctly in the pension payment order.

For Example, in case where a pensioner is more than 80 years of age and his/her revised pension is Rs.10,000 pm, the pension will be shown as (i).Basic pension=Rs.10,000 and (ii) Additional pension = Rs.2,000 pm. The pension on his/her attaining the age of 85 years will be shown as (1).Basic Pension = Rs.10,000 and (ii) additional pension = Rs.3,000 pm. Dearness relief will be admissible on the additional pension available to the old pensioners also.

16.A few examples of calculation of pension/family pension in the manner prescribed above are given in Annexure-1 to this O.M.

17.No arrears on account of revision of Pension/Family pension on notional fixation of pay will be admissible for the period prior to 1.1.2016. The arrears on account of revision of pension/family pension in terms of these orders would be admissible with effect from 01.01.2016. For calculation of arrears becoming due on the revision of pension/ family pension on the basis of this 0.M., the arrears of pension and the revised pension/family pension already paid on revision of pension/family pension in accordance with the instructions contained in this Department’s OM No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A) (ii) dated 04.08.2016 shall be adjusted.

18. It shall be the responsibility of the Head of Department and Pay and Accounts Office attached to that office from which the Government servant had retired or was working last before his death to revise the pension/ family pension of pre – 2016 pensioners/ family pensioners with effect from 01.01.2016 in accordance with these orders and to issue a revised pension payment authority. The Pension Sanctioning Authority would impress upon the concerned Head of Office for fixation of pay on notional basis at the earliest and issue revised authority at the earliest. The revised authority will be issued under the existing PPO number and would travel to the Pension Disbursing Authority through the same channel through which the original PPO had travelled.

19.These orders shall apply to all pensioners/family pensioners who were drawing pension/family pension before 1.1.2016 under the Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972, and the corresponding rules applicable to Railway pensioners and pensioners of All India Services, including officers of the Indian Civil Service retired from service on or after 1.1.1973. A pensioner/family pensioner who became entitled to pension/family pension with effect from 01.01.2016 consequent on retirement/death of Government servant on 31.12.2015, would also be covered by these orders. Separate orders will be issued by the Ministry of Defence in regard to Armed Forces pensioners/family pensioners.

20 These orders do not apply to retired High Court and Supreme Court Judges and other Constitutional/Statutory Authorities whose pension etc. is governed by separate rules/orders.

21. These orders issue with the concurrence of Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) vide their 1. D. No. 30-1/33(c)/2016-1C dated 11.05.2017 and 1.D. No. 30-1/33(c)/2016-IC dated 12.05.2017.

22.In their application to the persons belonging to the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, these orders issue in consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

23.Ministry of Agriculture etc. are requested to bring the contents of these orders to the notice of Heads of Department/Controller of Accounts, Pay and Accounts Officers, and Attached and Subordinate Offices under them on top priority basis. All Ministries/Departments are requested to accord top priority to the work of revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners and issue the revised Pension Payment Authority in respect of all pre-2016 pensioners.

24. Hindi version will follow.

S/d,

(Harjit Singh)

Director

ANNEXURE – I

Examples

(Reference Para 16 of OM No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A) Dated 12th May,2017.)

S.No

Description

1 gf case

 2r1° Case

3ra Case

4Th Case

1. Date of Retirement

31.12.1984

31 01.1989

30-06.1999

31.05.2015

2.

Scale of Pay (or Pay Band & G.P.) at the time of retirement

OR

Notional pay scale as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986

975-1660

(4th CPC Scale)

3000-4500

(4th CPC Scale)

4000-6000

(5th CPC Scale)

6700049000

(6th CPC Scale)

3. Pay on retirement

OR

Notional pay as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986

1210

4000

4800

79000

4. Pension             as on 01.01.2016

before revision

4191

12600

5424

39500

5. Family          pension          as        on

01.01.2016 before revision

3500

7560

3500

23700

6. Family pension at enhanced

rate  as  on       01.01.2016

before revision (if applicable)

NA

N.A.

NA

39500

7. Revised pension by

multiplying pre-revised

pension by 2.57

10771

32382

13940

101515

8.

Revised family pension by multiplying pre-revised family pension by 2.57

9000

19430

9000

60909

Revised family pension                      at

enhanced rate by multiplying pre-revised enhanced family pension by 2.57

NA

NA

N.A.

101515

10. Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.1996

3710

(3200-4900)

11300

(10000-15200)

N.A.

NA

11. Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2006

8910

(PB-I, GP 2000)

27620

(PB-3, GP 6600)

11330

(PB-1, GP-2400)

NA

12. Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2016

23100 (Level 3)

7 800 (Level-11)

29600 (Leval-4)

205100 (Level-15)

13. Revised pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation.

11550

35900

14800

102550

14. Revised family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation.

9000

21540

9000

61530

15. Revised family pension at enhanced rate w.e.f. 1.1,2016 as per first formulation.

NA

N.A.

N.A.

102550

16. Revised pension payable (Higher of S. No. 7 and 13)

11550

35900

14800

102550

17. Revised family pension payable (Higher of S.No. 8 and 14)

9000

21540

9000

61530

18. Revised family pension at enhanced rate payable (Higher of S.No. 9 and 15)

NA

N.A.

N.A.

102550

Signed Copy

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Retirement age of Central Government Group A officers may be raised to 62 years

Retirement age of Central Government Group A officers may be raised to 62 years

New Delhi: The retirement age of Central Government Group A officers may be raised from 60 to 62 years to help put their acumen to an extended use.

Indication in this regard was given by a top official of Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) on condition of anonymity.

“The government is seriously thinking of enhancing the retirement age of the Central Group A officers to 62. The kind of acumen they achieve by the time they reach the age of 60 should be put to use for another two years. The government would seriously work on the feasibility of this proposal,” he said.

He, however, clarified that the proposal to increase the retirement age will be limited to regular Group A officers.

Besides Central Group A officers, it will also be implemented to All India Service officers (IAS, IPS and IFS), he added.

Currently, the retirement age of Central government employees including Group A officers is 60. In all, about 48.85 lakh employees are working under central government.

Amongst 48.85 lakh central government employees, 85% are holding Group-C posts and 12% are holding Group-B posts whereas employees holding Group -A posts are only about 3%.

There are several secretaries heading different departments have to cross their retirement age, but now they may be retained by the government owing to their experience and expertise.

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Fitment Tables and the Ready Reckoners for pre 2016 pensioners

Fitment Tables and the Ready Reckoners for pre 2016 pensioners

India’s First 7th CPC Notional Pay Based Pension – Ready Reckoner

We present you with the first Ready Reckoner for Pensioner as per Order OM No: 38/37/2016-P&PW (A) dated 12th May 2017.

It’s with great pleasure we present you the Ready Reckoner which make your life easy in understanding your revised Notional Pay Pension based on 7th CPC Matrix Table. There are certain table which you would need to refer other orders and we will explain that in detail.

7th CPC Notional Pay Pension Ready Reckoner designed based on the concurrent table as per Order OM No: 38/40/12-P&PW(A) Dated 28-01-2013.

4th CPC
S.No 1

5th CPC
S-1

PB 1
GP 1800

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

750 – 884 2550 – 2780 7330 9250 9000
898 – 926 2840 – 2900 7330 9250 9000
940 2960 – 3020 7330 – 7420 9550 9000
3080 – 3140 7530 – 7640 9850 9000
3200 7760 10150 9000

4th CPC
S.No 2

5th CPC
S-2

PB 1
GP 1800

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

775 – 899 2610 – 2790 7330 9250 9000
913 2850 7330 9250 9000
927 – 955 2910 – 2970 7330 9550 9000
969 – 1011 3030 – 3150 7440 – 7660 9850 9000
1025 3215 7780 10150 9000
3280 – 3345 7910 – 8030 10450 9000
3410 – 3475 8150 – 8270 10750 9000
3540 8390 11050 9000

4th CPC
S.No 3

5th CPC
S-2A

PB 1
GP 1800

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

775 – 899 2610 – 2790 7330 9250 9000
913 2850 7330 9250 9000
927 – 955 2910 – 2975 7330 – 7340 9550 9000
970 – 1000 3040 – 3105 7460 – 7580 9850 9000
1015 – 1050 3170 – 3235 7700 – 7820 10150 9000
1070 -1090 3300 – 3370 7940 – 8070 10450 9000
1110 – 1130 3440 – 3510 8200 -8330 10750 9000
1150 3580 – 3650 8460 – 8590 11050 9000
3720 -3790 8720 – 8850 11400 9000
3860 – 3930 8980 – 9110 11750 9000
4000 9240 12100 9000

4th CPC
S.No 4

5th CPC
S-3

PB 1
GP 1800

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

800 – 875 2750 7330 9250 9000
890 – 920 2820 – 2890 7330 9250 9000
935 – 950 2960 7330 9550 9000
965 – 995 3030 – 3100 7440 – 7570 9850 9000
1010 – 1030 3170 7700 10150 9000
1050 3240 1800 9000
1070 – 1090 3310 – 3380 7960 – 8090 10450 9000
1110 – 1130 3450 – 3520 8220 – 8350 10750 9000
1150 3590 8480 11050 9000
3660 – 3800 8610 – 8870 11400 9000
3870 – 3940 9000 – 9130 11750 9000
4010 9260 12100 9000

4th CPC
S.No 5

5th CPC
S-4

PB 1
GP 1800

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

825 – 940 2750 – 2960 7330 9550 9000
960 – 1000 3030 – 3100 7440 – 7570 9850 9000
1020 – 1040 3170 – 3240 7700 -7830 10150 9000
1060 – 1100 3310 – 3380 7960 -8090 10450 9000
1120 – 1140 3450 -3520 8220 – 8350 10750 9000
1160 3590 8480 11050 9000
1180 – 1200 3660 – 3800 8610 – 8870 11400 9000
3875 9010 11750 9000
3950 – 4025 9150 – 9290 12100 9000
4100 – 4175 9430 – 9570 12450 9000
4250 – 4325 9710 -9850 12800 9000
4400 9990 13200 9000

4th CPC
S.No 6

5th CPC
S-5

PB 1
GP 1900

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

950 – 1030 3050 – 3200 7780 – 7860 10250 9000
1050 -1090 3275 – 3350 8000 – 8140 10550 9000
1110 – 1130 3425 – 3500 8280 – 8410 10850 9000
1150 – 1175 3575 – 3650 8550 -8690 11200 9000
1200 – 1225 3725 -3800 8830 – 8970 11550 9000
1250 – 1275 3875 – 3950 9110 -9250 11900 9000
1300 4030 9400 12250 9000
1325 – 1350 4110 – 4190 9550 – 9700 12600 9000
1375 – 1425 4270 -4350 9850 – 10000 13000 9000
1450 – 1475 4430 – 4510 10140 -10290 13400 9000
4590 10440 13800 9000

4th CPC
S.No 7

5th CPC
S-6

PB 1
GP 2000

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

975 – 1125 3200 – 3455 8060 – 8430 10850 9000
1150 3540 8590 11200 9000
1180 – 1210 3625 -3710 8750 – 8910 11550 9000
1240 3880 9220 11900 9000
1270 3965 9380 12250 9000
1300 – 1330 4050 – 4135 9540 – 9700 12600 9000
1360 – 1390 4220 – 4305 9850 -10010 13000 9000
1420 – 1450 4390 – 4475 10170 – 10330 13400 9000
1480 – 1510 4560 – 4645 10490 – 10640 13800 9000
1540 – 1570 4730 – 4815 10800 – 10960 14200 9000
1600 – 1630 4900 -5000 11120 -11300 14650 9000
1660 5100 11490 15100 9060

4th CPC
S.No 8

5th CPC
S-7

PB 1
GP 2400

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

1200 – 1290 4000 9840 12750 9000
1320 – 1350 4100 – 4200 10030 -10220 13150 9000
1380 4300 10400 13550 9000
1410 – 1470 4400 – 4500 10590 – 10770 13950 9000
1500 – 1530 4600 – 4700 10960 – 11150 14350 9000
1560 4800 11330 14800 9000
1590 – 1620 4900 – 5000 11520 – 11700 15250 9150
1650 – 1710 5100 – 5200 11890 – 12080 15700 9420
1740 – 1770 5300 – 5400 12260 – 12450 16150 9690
1800 5500 12630 16650 9990
1200 -1290 4000 9840 12750 9000
1320 – 1350 4100 – 4200 10030 – 10220 13150 9000
1380 4300 10400 13550 9000
1410 -1470 4400 -4500 10590 – 10770 13950 9000
1500 -1530 4600 – 4700 10960 – 11150 14350 9000
1560 4800 11330 14800 9000
1600 – 1640 4900 – 5000 11520 – 11700 15250 9150
1680 5200 12080 15700 9420
1720 – 1760 5300 – 5400 12260 – 12450 16150 9690
1800 – 1840 5500 – 5600 12630 – 12820 16650 9990
1880 5800 13190 17150 10290
1920 – 1960 5900 – 6000 13380 – 13560 17650 10590
2000 – 2040 0 7600 12750 9000

4th CPC
S.No 9

5th CPC
S-8

PB 1
GP 2800

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

1350 – 1440 4500 11170 14600 9000
1480 – 1560 4625 – 4750 11410 – 11640 15050 9030
1600 4875 11870 15500 9300
1640 – 1680 5000 – 5125 12100 – 12340 15950 9570
1720 – 1760 5250 – 5375 12570 – 12800 16450 9870
1800 5500 13030 16950 10170
1850 5625 13270 17450 10470
1900 – 1950 5875 – 6000 13730 – 13960 17950 10770
2000 6125 14200 18500 11100
2050 – 2100 6250 – 6375 14430 – 14660 19050 11430
2150 6625 15130 19600 11760
2200 – 2250 6750 – 6875 15360 – 15590 20200 12120
2300 7000 15820 20800 12480

4th CPC
S.No 10

5th CPC
S-9

PB 1
GP 4200

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

1400 – 1600 5000 13500 17700 10620
1650 – 1700 5150 – 5300 13780 – 14060 18250 10950
1750 – 1800 5450 – 5600 14340 – 14620 18800 11280
1850 5750 14900 19350 11610
1900 – 1950 5900 – 6050 15180 – 15460 19950 11970
2000 6200 15740 20550 12330
2050 – 2100 6350 – 6500 16020 – 16290 21150 12690
2150 – 2200 6650 – 6800 16570 – 16850 21800 13080
2250 – 2300 6950 – 7100 17130 – 17410 22450 13470
2360 – 2420 7250 – 7400 17690 – 17970 23100 13860
2480 7550 18250 23800 14280
2540
2600
2660

4th CPC
S.No 11

5th CPC
S-10

PB 1
GP 4200

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

1640 – 1760 5500 14430 18800 11280
1820 5675 14760 19350 11610
1880 – 1940 5850 – 6025 15090 – 15410 19950 11970
2000 6200 15740 20550 12330
2060 – 2120 6375 – 6550 16060 – 16390 21150 12690
2180 6725 16710 21800 13080
2240 – 2300 6900 – 7075 17040 – 17360 22450 13470
2360 7250 17690 23100 13860
2420 – 2480 7425 – 7600 18020 – 18340 23800 14280
2540 – 2600 7775 -7950 18670 – 18990 24500 14700
2675 – 2750 8125 – 8300 19320 -19640 25250 15150
2825 – 2900 8650 – 8825 20290 – 20620 26800 16080

4th CPC
S.No 12

5th CPC
S-11

PB 1
GP 4200

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

2000 -2120 6500 16290 21150 12690

4th CPC
S.No 13

5th CPC
S-12

PB 1
GP 4200

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

2000 – 2120 6500 16290 21150 12690
2180 6700 16670 21800 13080
2240 – 2300 6900 – 7100 17040 – 17410 22450 13470
2375 7300 17780 23100 13860
2450 7500 18150 23800 14280
2525 – 2600 7700 – 7900 18530 – 18900 24500 14700
2675 – 2750 8100 – 8300 19270 – 19640 25250 15150
2825 – 2900 8700 – 8900 20390 – 20760 26800 16080
2975 9100 21130 27600 16560
3050 -  3125 9300 -9500 21500 – 21870 28450 17070
3200 – 3275 9700 – 9900 22250 – 22620 29300 17580
3350 10100 22990 30200 18120
3425 – 3500 10500 – 10700 23730 – 24110 31100 18660

4th CPC
S.No 14

5th CPC
S-13

PB 1
GP 4600

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

2375 – 2450 7450 18460 23800 14280
2525 7675 18880 24500 14700
2600 7900 19300 25250 15150
2675 – 2750 8125 – 8350 19720 26000 15600
2825 8575 20550 26800 16080
2900 – 2975 8800 – 9025 20970 – 21390 27600 16560
3050 9250 21810 28450 17070
3125 – 3200 9475 -9700 22230 -22650 29300 17580
3300 10150 23480 30200 18120
3400 10375 23900 31100 18660
3500 – 3625 10600 – 10825 24320 – 24740 32050 19230
3750 11050 25160 33000 19800

4th CPC
S.No 15

5th CPC
S-14

PB 1
GP 4800

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

2500 7750 19220 25250 15150
4000 11500 26190 34000 20400

4th CPC
S.No 16

5th CPC
S-15

PB 1
GP 5400

7th CPC
N.P. Pension

7th CPC
N.P. Family
Pension

2200 – 2650 8000 20280 26550 15930
2700 – 2725 8275 20800 27350 16410
2800 – 2900 8550 -8825 21310 – 21820 28150 16890
3000 9100 22330 29000 17400
3100 9275 22840 29850 17910
3200 9650 23350 30750 18450
3300 10200 24380 31650 18990
3400 10475 24890 32600 19560
3500 – 3800 10750 – 11025 25400 – 25910 33600 20160
3900 – 4000 11300 26420 34600 20760

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