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Amendment in Conditions for Granting of Pay Matrix Level 8 to Level 10

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Amendment in Conditions for Granting of Pay Matrix Level 8 to Level 10

Railway Services (Revised Pay) Amendment Rules, 2018

Amendment in Conditions for Granting of Pay Matrix Level 8 to Level 10

MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(Railway Board)
NOTIFICATION

New Delhi, the 8th March, 2018
RBE No. 37/2018

G.S.R. 210(E).-In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso of Article 309 of the Constitution, the President hereby makes the following amendment in Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016 namely :-

1. These Rules may be called Railway Services (Revised Pay) Amendment Rules, 2018.

2. Below Note 2 of the Schedule to Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016, Note 3 may be inserted as under :-

“In supersession of the existing conditions regarding grant of Level 10 to 80% of Group ‘B’ Officers of all Organised Services including Accounts Department after 3 years regular service, for Group ‘B’ Officers of all Organised Services other than Accounts Department, the revised scale of Level 10 will now be granted after completion of four years regular service in the grade of Level 8. For Group ‘B’ Officers of Accounts Department, the revised scale of Level 10 will now be granted after completion of four years service in the grade of Level-9.

The revised scale of Level 10 may be operated to the extent of 100% of the Group ‘B’ Officers on roll including Group ‘B’ Officers officiating in the revised scale Level 11 on ad-hoc basis (subject to fulfilment of eligibility conditions) in respect of all organised services, with effect from the date of publication of these rules and thereafter with effect from 1st January and 1st July of subsequent years”.

Explanatory Memorandum

The amendment to the Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016 has been necessitated by the Government’s acceptance of 7th CPC recommendations modifying the 80:20 distribution within Group ‘B’ as provided in Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules vide notification dated 05.02.1998 and 25.04.2003.

[F. No. PC-VII/2017/RSRP/1]
RANJANESH SAHAI, Secy.

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Recruitment of staff in Level – 1 of 7th CPC Pay Matrix on Indian Railways – Criteria for Physical Efficiency Test (PET)

Recruitment of staff in Level – 1 of 7th CPC Pay Matrix on Indian Railways - Criteria for Physical Efficiency Test (PET) regarding

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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)

No. E(NG)-II/2017/RR-l/10

RBE No. 11/2018
New Delhi, dated: 24.01.2018

The General Manager (P),
All Zonal Railways/Production Units

 

Sub: Recruitment of staff in Level – 1 of 7th CPC Pay Matrix on Indian Railways – Criteria for Physical Efficiency Test (PET) regarding.

 

Ref: This office letter No. E(NG)ll/2012/RR-1/14 elated 12.11.2012 (RBE No. 126/2012)

 

Attention is invited to Board letter under reference prescribing criteria for Physical Efficiency Test (PET) for recruitment of staff for all categories in Level – 1 of 7th CPC Pay Matrix (earlier Grade Pay 1800/-) on Indian Railways.

 

2. The matter has further been reviewed, keeping in view the requirement of the job and it has been decided by Ministry of Railways (Railway Board) to amend the existing criteria for recruitment from open market in all categories in Level-1 , as per norms prescribed below:

 

Male Candidates

(i) Should be able to lift and carry 35 kg of weight for a distance of 100 metres in 2 minutes in one chance without putting the weight the weight down;

 

(ii) Should be able to run for a distance of 1000 metres in 4 minute and 15 seconds 5 minutes and 40 second

Female Candidates

(i) Should be able to lift and carry 35 kg of weight for a distance of 100 metres in 2 minutes in one chance without putting the weight the weight down;

 

(ii) Should be able to run for a distance of 1000 metres in 5 minutes and 40 second

3. The above norms will be applicable in all future recruitment from open market in Level-1. Notification, 1f any, issued may please be amended,Suitably by issuing a corrigendum.

 

4. Please acknowledge receipt.
(Hindi version will follow)

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(Ravi Shekher)
Dy. Dir. Estt.(N)-II
Railway Board

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7th CPC Revised Pay for Teachers in Universities and Colleges

7th CPC Revised Pay for Teachers in Universities and Colleges

Existing pay Revised pay
Assistant Professor
(at Rs.6000 AGP in PB Rs.15,600- 39,100)
Assistant Professor
(at Academic Level 10 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.57,700/-)
Assistant Professor
(at Rs.7000 AGP in PB Rs.15,600- 39,100)
Assistant Professor
(at Academic Level 11 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.68,900/-)
Assistant Professor
(at Rs.8000 AGP in PB Rs.15,600- 39,100)
Assistant Professor
(at Academic Level 12 with rationalized
entry pay of Rs.79,800/-)
Associate Professor
(at Rs.9000 AGP in PB Rs.37,400- 67,000)
Associate Professor
(at Academic Level 13A with rationalized entry pay of Rs.1 ,31,400/-)
Professor
(at Rs.10000 AGP in PB Rs.37,400-67,000)
Professor
(at Academic Level 14 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.1,44,2001-)
Professor
(HAG Scale/ PB of Rs.67,000-79,000)
Professor
(at Academic Level 15 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.1,82,200/-)

Revised pay for Librarians in Universities and Colleges

Existing pay Revised pay
Assistant Librarian/ College Librarian (at Rs. 6000 AGP in PB Rs. 15,600- 39,100) Assistant Librarian/ College Librarian
(at Academic Level 10 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.57,700/-)
Assistant Librarian
(Sr. Scale)/ College Librarian (Sr. Scale)
(at Rs.7000 AGP in PB Rs.15,600- 39,100)
Assistant Librarian (Sr. Scale)/ College Librarian (Sr. Scale)
(at Academic Level 11 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.68,900/-)
Deputy Librarian/
Assistant Librarian (Selection Grade)/  College Librarian (Selection Grade)
(at Rs.8000 AGP in PB Rs.15,600- 39,100)
Deputy Librarian/ Assistant Librarian (Selection Grade)/ College Librarian (Selection Grade)
(at Academic Level 12 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.79,800/-)
Deputy Librarian/
Assistant Librarian (Selection Grade)/ College Librarian (Selection Grade)
(at Rs.9000 AGP in PB Rs.37,400- 67,000)
Deputy Librarian/ Assistant Librarian (Selection Grade)/ College Librarian (Selection Grade)
(at Academic Level 13A with rationalized
entry pay of Rs. 1,31,400/-)
University Librarian (at Rs.10000 AGP in PB Rs.37,400- 67,000) University Librarian
(at Academic Level 14 with rationalized entry pay of Rs. 1,44,200/-)

 

Revised pay for Directorc of Physical Education & Sports in Universities and Colleges

Existing pay Revised pay
Assistant Director of Physical Education &
Sports/ College Director of Physical Education & Sports (at Rs.6000
AGP in PB Rs.15,600- 39,100)
Assistant Director of Physical Education &
Sports/ College Director of Physical Education & Sports (at Academic Level 10 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.57,700/-)
Assistant Director of Physical Education & Sports (Senior Scale)/ College Director of Physical Education & Sports (Senior
Scale) (at Rs.7000 AGP in PB Rs.15,600- 39,100)
Assistant Director of Physical Education &
Sports (Senior Scale)/ College Director of Physical Education & Sports (Senior Scale)  (at Academic Level 11 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.68,900/-)
Deputy Director of Physical Education & Sports/Assistant Director of Physical Education & Sports (Selection Grade)/
College Director of Physical Education & Sports  (at Rs.8000 AGP in PB Rs.15,600- 39,100)
Deputy Director of Physical Education & Sports/Assistant Director of Physical Education & Sports (Selection Grade)/
College Director of Physical Education & Sports (at Academic Level 12 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.79,800/-)
Deputy Director of Physical Education & Sports/Assistant Director of Physical Education & Sports (Selection Grade)/
College Director of Physical Education & Sports (at Rs.9000 AGP in PB Rs.37,400- 67,000)
Deputy Director of Physical Education & Sports/Assistant Director of Physical Education & Sports (Selection Grade)/
College Director of Physical Education & Sports (at Academic Level 13A with rationalized entry pay of Rs.1,31,400/-)
University Director of Physical Education &
Sports (at Rs.10000 AGP in PB Rs.37,400- 67,000)
University Director of Physical Education &
Sports (at Academic Level 14 with rationalized entry pay of Rs.1,44,200/-)

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7th CPC Pay Matrix Level-13 Modification – Multiplying Factor 2.67

Modification of Level-13 of Pay Matrix – Issues regarding

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No.4-6/2017-IC/E-III(A)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

North Block, New Delhi
Dated,the 28th September, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Modification of Level-13 of Pay Matrix – Issues regarding

The undersigned is directed to invite attention to the Pay Matrix contained in Part A of the Schedule of the CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 as promulgated vide notification No.GSR 721 (E) dated 25th July, 2016, where the Level-13 of the Pay Matrix starts at Rs.1,18,500 at Cell one and ends at Rs.2,14,100 at Cell twenty one and to state that in terms of CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017 promulgated vide G5R 592(E) dated 15.6.2017, the said Level 13 of the Pay Matrix has been modified. The modified Level 13 starts at Rs.1,23,100 at Cell one, ending at Rs.2,15,900 at Cell twenty.

2.The modified Level-13 in terms of the CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017 takes effect from 1st January,2016. Accordingly, the earlier Level-13 of the Pay Matrix as contained in CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 notified on 25.7.2016 and effective from 1st January, 2016 has become non-existent ab-initio with the promulgation of the CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017. The modified Level 13 is an improvement on the earlier Level 13 in as much as the earlier Level 13 is based on the ‘Index of Rationalisation’ (IOR) of 2.57, whereas the modified Level 13 is based on the IOR of 2.67. It is for this reason of improvement that the modified Level 13 begins at Rs.1,23,100, as against the earlier one which began at Rs.1,18,500.

3. Consequent upon the aforesaid modification of Level 13 in terms of the CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017 effective from 1.1.2016 and the resultant re-fixation of pay therein in supersession of the earlier pay fixation, references have been received from Ministries/Departments seeking clarifications on certain issues. These issues and the decisions thereon are brought in the succeeding paragraphs.

Issue No. 1 – Whether pay in the Level-13 is to be fixed by multiplying by a factor of 2.57 or 2.67

4. The 7th Central Pay Commission, while formulating the various Levels contained in the Pay Matrix, corresponding to the pre-Revised pay structure, used “Index Of Rationalization” (IOR) to arrive at the starting Cell of each Level (the 1st Cell) of the Pay Matrix. This IOR has been applied by the Commission on the minimum entry pay corresponding to the successive Grades Pay in the pre-Revised pay structure. In Level-13 of the Pay Matrix, as formulated by the 7th CPC and as accepted by the Government in terms of the CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 promulgated vide notification dt. 25.7.2016, the IOR was 2.57. The IOR in respect of both Levels 12 and Level 13-A, i.e., Levels immediately lower and immediately higher than Level-13, is 2.67. Therefore, the modified Level-13 in terms of the Pay Matrix contained in the CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017 has also been formulated based on the IOR of 2.67.

5.While the concept of the IOR, as applied by the 7th CPC, is exclusively in regard to formulation of the Levels in Pay Matrix, the formula for fixation of pay in the Pay Matrix based on the basic pay drawn in the pre-revised pay structure for the purpose of migration to the Pay Matrix, as recommended by the 7th CPC, is based on the fitment factor of 2.57. The Commission recommends ” this fitment factor of 2.57 is being proposed to be applied uniformly for all employees.” Accordingly, Rule 7 (1)(A)(i) of the CCS(RP) Rules, 2016, relating to fixation of pay in the revised pay structure, clearly provides that “in case of all employees the pay in the applicable level in the Pay Matrix shall be the pay obtained by multiplying the existing pay by a factor of 2.57………”

6.Thus, the fitment factor for the purpose of fixation of pay in all the Levels of Pay Matrix in the revised pay structure is altogether different from the IOR. The fitment factor of 2.57 is uniformly applicable for all employees for the purpose of fixation of pay in all the Levels of Pay Matrix. This has no relation with the “IOR”. The formula for fixation of pay based on the fitment factor of 2.57, as contained in Rule 7(1)(A)(i) of the CCS(RP) Rules,2016, has not been modified by the CCS (Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules,2017.

7. Accordingly, pay in the Level-13 of the Pay Matrix, as provided for in the CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017, shall continue to be fixed based on the fitment factor of 2.57 as already provided for in Rule 7(1) (A) (1) of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016. In case pay has been fixed in the modified Level-13 by way of fitment factor of 2.67, the same is contrary to the Rules and is liable to be rectified and excess amount recovered forthwith.

Issue No. 2 : Pay re-fixed in the modified Level-13 working out lower than the pay fixed in the earlier Level-13

8. As mentioned above, earlier Level 13 in operation before the coming into force of CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017 promulgated vide notification dt. 15.6.2017, has become non-existent ab-initio and the modified Level 13 as contained in CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017 is the applicable Level 13 from 1.1.2016. Therefore, the earlier Level 13 is extinct and, hence, no employee can retain the some consequent upon promulgation of CCS(Revised Pay)(Amendment) Rules, 2017.

9. As such, pay in respect of those, who are entitled to Level 13 either from 1.1.2016 or from any date later than 1.1.2016, has to be re-fixed in the modified Level 13 and the pay as earlier fixed in the earlier Level 13 gets automatically rescinded. Therefore, pay, as fixed in the modified Level 13 in terms of Rule 7 of the CCS(RP)Rules, 2016 in case of those who were drawing pay in the pre-revised pay structure in PB-4 plus Grade Pay of Rs.8700 as on 31.12.2015 or in terms of Rule 13 thereof in case of those promoted to Level 13 on or after 1.1.2016, shall now be the pay for all purposes.

10. However, a few instances have been brought to the notice of this Ministry, where pay fixed in the modified Level-13 contained in CCS (RP) (Amendment) Rules,2017 works out less than the pay fixed in the earlier Level-13 before promulgation of this amendment.

11.The pay fixed strictly in terms of the applicable provisions of CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 in the earlier Level-13 before promulgation of CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017, was the pay before the date of promulgation of the said Amendment Rules on 15.6.2017. As pay is now required to be re-fixed in the Level-13 contained in the CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017, any overpayment, if taking place, consequent upon such re-fixation is not attributable to the concerned employee.

12.Accordingly, it has been decided that if the pay re-fixed strictly as per Rule 7 or Rules 13, as the case may be, of the CCS(RP) Rules, 2016 in the Level-13 based on the Pay Matrix contained in the CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017 ( as per the fitment factor of 2.57) happens to be lower than the pay as earlier fixed as per the said Rules ( fitment factor of 2.57) in the earlier Level-13, then while the pay as re-fixed shall be the pay as applicable to the concerned employee for all purposes, any recovery of over payment on account of such re-fixation during the period up to 30.6.2017, the month in which the CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017 has been issued, shall be waived.

13. The cases of employees who retired on or after 1.1.2016 and up to 30.6.2017 and if covered under pars 12 above, shall be processed as per Rule 70 of the CCS(Pension) Rules, 1972.

Issue No. 3 – Re-exercise of option for coming over to the Revised Pay structure in case of Level 13

14. A reference has been received whether in view of the modification in the Level 13 in terms of the CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017 promulgated on 15.6.2017 with effect from 1.1.2016, the date of effect of the revised pay structure contained in CCS(RP) Rules, 2016, the employees who are entitled to the Level 13 on 1.1.2016 may be given fresh option to come over to the revised pay structure in case of modified Level 13.

15. The matter has been considered and it has been decided that since the modification of the Level 13 as per CCS(Revised Pay) (Amendment) Rules, 2017 is a material change, the employees, who were entitled to Level 13 as on 1.1.2016 and who had already opted for the earlier Level-13 as per Rules 5 and 6 of the CCS(RP) Rules, 2016, shall be given an opportunity for re-exercise of their option there under. Such an option may be exercised within three months from the date of issue of these orders.

16. In their application to employees belonging to the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, these orders issue after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

17. Hindi version of these orders is attached.

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(Amar Nath Singh)
Director

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Latest Development on 7th CPC recommendations

Latest Development on 7th CPC recommendations

 

NJCA
National Joint Council of Action
4, State Entry Road New Delhi-110055
Ph: 011-23365912, 23343493, Fax: 23363167
No.NJCA/2016

Dated May 27, 2016

All Constituent Organisations,
National Council(JCM)

 

Dear Comrades,

As there had been no response from the Government to our communication dated 2nd May, 2016, we decided to seek an appointment with the Cabinet Secretary. Accordingly a delegation consisting of the following members of the NJCA met Cabinet Secretary, Shrl P.K. Sinha on 26. May 2016.

 

Com. Shiva Gopal Misra Com.
Guman Singh
Corn. K.K.N. Rutty

 

From the discussions, it appears that, the Empowered Committee has made up their mind to recommend to the Government a slight increase in the Minimum Wage. No indication was however given as to the consequential revision of the Fitment Formula and Pay Matrix. There had also not been any hint about the need to restore the percentage of the HRA, which the 7th CPC has recommended for reduction. On Advances and Allowances, abolished, the Government might be advised to setup a committee to go into the matter and make suggestions. In the matter of the New Contributory Pension Scheme also, the Government might refer the demand to a committee.

 

On the question of pension benefit to the retired personnel, who are covered by the defined benefit pension scheme, the Cabinet secretary indicated that, both the Department of Pension and Defence Ministry were of the firm view that the first option recommended by the 7th CPC to bring about the parity with the past pensioners being infeasible and impracticable (due to the non-availability of the requisite records) might not be accepted and acted upon.

 

Surprised over this development, the delegation requested for an official formal meeting of the Standing Committee so that the considered views of the Staff Side could be presented. The delegation informed to the Cabinet Secretary that, non-acceptance of the recommendation of the 7th CPC in the case of pensioners will be extremely disappointing for them and will give rise to avoidable discontent. The Cabinet Secretary suggested to the Staff Side to reach out to the Department of Pension and Ministry of Defence in’ the matter. So far he is concerned; he is an open minded on this subject, provided it is workable.

 

The National JCA will meet on 3rd June 2016 at New Delhi to consider these developments and take appropriate decision.

 

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7th CPC Pay Matrix Table is not final and subject to change – Federation Sources

Pay Matrix Recommended by 7th CPC is not final and subject to change – Federation Sources

The Constituent Unions of NCJCM has called for three days’ agitation Programme from 19-1-2016 to 21-1-2016 to draw the attention of central government to settle the Modified charter of demands.

Recently they demanded the government to constitute an empowered Committee to settle their demands through negotiation. However, the Cabinet gave its approval for constitution of an Empowered Committee to study the 7th Pay Commission report for implementation Process.

We asked some Trade Union Leaders about their expectation from the Government in respect of 7th Pay Commission report. They told that so far they didn’t have any formal meeting over Pay commission report with Government after the report submitted by commission. When asked about their opinion about the Format of Pay Matrix recommended by 7th Pay Commission,

 

they said ” We don’t think that the Pay Matrix recommended by 7th CPC is Final, we won’t accept the Fitment factor recommended by the Commission”

They said, “Of course there will be some anomaly would arise when it is in the process of implementation in respect of Pay Matrix . That cannot be anticipated now. As of now Anomalies in bunching and Promotion benefits are expected. But we think this Pay scale recommended in 7th pay commission report is not FINAL and subject to change. Because it needs concurrence from both the end.”

They added further ” The central government may accept this recommendation without any modification. Because the central government itself told after giving four-month extension to the Pay Commission that the Seventh Pay Commission would be mindful of the fiscal concerns. It indicates the Central Government intention. But the Central Government Employees’ Unions and Association are very much disappointed with this recommendation and we sought modifications in many recommendations. Our Federations declared it as retrograde recommendation. Hence it will not be easy for the central government to implement the report without doing any change in the recommendations”.

So the Unions Federations are not getting too much involved in 7th CPC Pay Scales. Because they are firm in their decision that percentage of increase recommended in minimum pay is far below the required level prescribed by Dr. Akhroid formula and 15th ILC norms for determining Minimum Pay and it need to be increased. However, NFIR has tried to establish that the take home pay is very much less when compared to previous pay commissions. If the Central Government accept to increase the Minimum Pay, then that would be the criteria for arriving subsequent pay scales. Hence expecting changes in Pay Matrix is inevitable.

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