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5% Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees – Revised Rates effective from 01.07.2017

5% Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees – Revised Rates effective from 01.07.2017

No.1/9/2017-E-II (B)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

New Delhi, the 20th September, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Grant of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees – Revised Rates effective from 01.07.2017.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Ministrys Office Memorandum No. 1/3/2017-E.II(B) dated 30th March, 2017 on the subject mentioned above and to say that the President is pleased to decide that the Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 4% to 5% of the basic pay per month, with effect from 1st, July, 2017.

2. The term ‘basic pay in the revised pay structure means the pay drawn in the prescribed Level in the Pay Matrix as per 7th CPC recommendations accepted by the Government, but does not include any other type of pay like special pay, etc.

3. The Dearness Allowance will continue to be a distinct element of remuneration and will not be treated as pay within the ambit of FR 9(21).

4. The payment on account of Dearness Allowance involving fractions of 50 paise and above may be rounded to the next higher rupee and the fractions of less than 50 paise may be ignored.

5. These orders shall also apply to the civilian employees paid from the Defence Services Estimates and the expenditure will be chargeable to the relevant Head of the Defence Services Estimates. In respect of Armed Forces personnel and Railway employees, separate orders will be issued by the Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Railways, respectively.

6. In so far as the employees working in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department are concerned, these orders are issued in consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

(Nirmala Dev)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India

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Changes in 7th Central Pay Commission Concordance table 51 and Table 52

Changes in 7th Central Pay Commission Concordance table 51 and Table 52

F. No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. and Pensions
Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare

3rd floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan,
Khan Market, New Delhi
Dated 13th September, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners / family pensioners in implementation of Government’s decision on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission Concordance tables- regarding.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. of even number dated 06.07.2017 on the above subject and to say that there is some error in the entries relating to the pre-revised pay of Rs.56050/- (6th CPC Grade pay: Rs.10,000, in CPC Level 14)) in Table 51 and Table 52 enclosed therewith.

2. It is requested that the existing Table 51 and Table 52 may be substituted by the enclosed Table 51 and Table 52, respectively. The revised entries have been shown in bold letters. .

Encl: As above

(Harjit Singh)

Director

Table No.51

Scale of Pay/Pay in the Pay Band & Grade Pay at the time of Retirement

From 01.01.1986 to 31.12.1995 5900-200-6700
From 01.01.1996 to 31.12.2005 18400-500-22400
From 01.01.2006 to 31.12.2015 37400-67000 GP 10000
Corresponding level w.e.f. 1.1.2016 Level-14 (144200-218200)

 

BASIC
PAY FROM 1.1.1986 TO 31.12.1995

BASIC
PAY FROM 1.1.1996 TO 31.12.2005

BASIC
PAY FROM 1.1.2006 TO 31.12.2015

PAY
RANGE FOR
PENSIONERS RETIRED
DURING 1.1.2006
TO
31.12.2015

NOTIONAL PAY AS ON
1.1.2016

REVISED PENSION / ENHANCED FAMILLY PENSION
( IF APPLICABLE ) W.E.F. 1.1.2016

REVISED FAMILLY PENSION W.E.F. 1.1.2016

MINI
MUM
MAXI
MUM
5900 18400 54700 56100 144200 72100 43260
6100 18400 54700 56100 144200 72100 43260
6300 18400 54700 56100 144200 72100 43260
6500 18900 56050 56100 144200 72100 43260
6700 18900 56050 56100 144200 72100 43260
6900 18900 56050 56100 144200 72100 43260
7100 19400 56050 56100 144200 72100 43260
7300 19400 56050 56100 144200 72100 43260
19900 57440 56110 57780 148500 74250 44550
20400 57440 56110 57780 148500 74250 44550
20900 58870 57790 59530 153000 76500 45900
21400 58870 57790 59530 153000 76500 45900
21900 60340 59540 61320 157600 78800 47280
22400 61850 61330 63150 162300 81150 48690
22900 63410 63160 65050 167200 83600 50160
23400 65020 63160 65050 167200 83600 50160
23900 66680 65060 67000 172200 86100 51660
67010 69020 177400 88700 53220
69030 71080 182700 91350 54810
71090 73220 188200 94100 56460
73230 75400 193800 96900 58140
75410 77000 199600 99800

59880

Table No.52

Scale of pay/Pay in the Pay Band & Grade Pay at the time of Retirement

From 01.01.1986 to 31.12.1995 5900-200-7300
From 01.01.1996 to 31.12.2005 18400-500-22400
From 01.01.2006 to 31.12.2015 37400-67000 GP 10000
Corresponding level w.e.f. 1.1.2016 Level-14 (144200-218200)

BASIC
PAY FROM 1.1.1986 TO 31.12.1995

BASIC
PAY FROM 1.1.1996 TO 31.12.2005

BASIC
PAY FROM 1.1.2006 TO 31.12.2015

PAY
RANGE FOR
PENSIONERS RETIRED
DURING 1.1.2006
TO
31.12.2015

NOTIONAL PAY AS ON
01.01.2016

REVISED PENSION / ENHANCED FAMILLY PENSION
( IF APPLICABLE ) W.E.F. 1.1.2016

REVISED FAMILY
PENSION W.E.F. 1.1.2016

MINI
MUM
MAXI
MUM
5900 18400 54700 56100 144200 72100 43260
6100 18400 54700 56100 144200 72100 43260
6300 18400 54700 56100 144200 72100 43260
6500 18900 56050 56100 144200 72100 43260
6700 18900 56050 56100 144200 72100 43260
6900 18900 56050 56100 144200 72100 43260
7100 19400 56050 56100 144200 72100 43260
7300 19400 56050 56100 144200 72100 43260
19900 57440 56110 57780 148500 74250 44550
20400 57440 56110 57780 148500 74250 44550
20900 58870 57790 59530 153000 76500 45900
21400 58870 57790 59530 153000 76500 45900
21900 60340 59540 61320 157600 78800 47280
22400 61850 61330 63150 162300 81150 48690
22900 63410 63160 65050 167200 83600 50160
23400 65020 63160 65050 167200 83600 50160
23900 66680 65060 67000 172200 86100 51660
67010 69020 177400 88700 53220
69030 71080 182700 91350 54810
71090 73220 188200 94100 56460
73230 75400 193800 96900 58140
75410 77000 199600 99800 59880

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7th CPC in respect of Commissioned Officers, Retiring or dying in harness on or after 1.1.2016 (Post-2016)

7th Pay Commission in respect of Commissioned Officers, Retiring or dying in harness on or after 1.1.2016 (Post-2016)

OFFICE OF THE PR. CONTROLLER OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS (PENSION)
DRAUPADI GHAT, ALLAHABAD- 211014

No. G-1/M/01/ICO’s/ 7th CPC/ Vol. II/2017

dated:12.09.2017

To,

The PCDA (O)
Golibar Maidan
Pune-411001

Subject: Implementation of the Government decision on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission in respect of Commissioned Officers, Retiring or dying in harness on or after 1.1.2016 (Post-2016).

Reference: GoI, MoD letter No.17(02)/2016-D(Pen/Pol) dated :04.09.2017.

Consequent upon issue of GoI, MoD letter No. 17(02)/2016-D(Pen/Pol) dated 04.09.2017 (Annexure A), pensionary awards of Commissioned Officers (including MNS and Territorial officers) of three Services who retired/ discharged/ released/ invalided out or died in harness on or after 01.01.2016 are to be sanctioned under orders contained therein.

2. It is therefore, requested to initiate claim/revision claim as detailed below along with the enclosed LPC-cum-Data Sheet for initial/revised pension claims, as the case may be, so that initial PPO/Corrigendum PPO may be issued in affected cases by this Office:

(a) Initial Claims for Retiring Pension, Invalid Pension, Service Element as well as Disability Element of Disability/ Liberalised Disability/ War Injury Pension:

Initial Claims for Retiring Pension, Invalid Pension, Service element as well as Disability Element of Disability/ Liberalised Disability/War Injury Pension in respect of Commissioned officers of Indian Army who retired/discharged/released/invalided out on or after 01.01.2016 and who are in receipt of pay & allowance under respective Army Officers Pay Rules 2017 shall be preferred in usual manner on revised LPC-Cum-Data Sheet No. PHP-G1M-01/2017(7th CPC) as per specimen enclosed (Annexure B) and submitted as usual along with data in electronic form. The instructions for the filling up LPC cum Data Sheet are enclosed as Annexure E.

(b) Claim for revision of retiring pension – commissioned officers, retired/discharged on or after 01.01.2016.

Data Sheet PHP-G1M-03/2017(7th CPC) (Enclosed as Annexure C) will be used for revision of pensionary awards as per 7th CPC in those cases where Pension has already been notified as per 6th CPC . This data sheet will be used only once for revision of Pensionary awards already notified from 01.01.2006 to 30.09.2017, thereafter, any amendment/ revision will be done through Data Sheet (Rev) PHP-G1M-02/2017(7th CPC) (Enclosed as Annexure D) for corrigendum of pensionary awards.

(c) Claim For Corrigendum of Pensionary Awards (PHP-G1M-02/2017(7th CPC)) :

Data Sheet (Rev) PHP-G1M-02/2017(7th CPC) (Enclosed as Annexure D) for corrigendum of pensionary awards in respect of commissioned officers will be used for amendment /revision of 7th CPC pensionary awards i.e. pensionary awards already notified as per VI CPC and subsequently revised as per 7th CPC through data sheet PHP-G1M-03/2017(7th CPC).

NOTE : Old Data sheet (Rev) for corrigendum of pensionary awards will continue to be used for revision/amendments of pensionary awards of officers retired/discharged/invalided out prior to 01.01.2016.

3. COMMUTATION OF ADDITIONAL PENSION IN REVISION CASE:

Pensioners who have retired between 1.1.2016 and date of issue of orders for revised pay/ pension based on the recommendations of the 7th CPC, shall have an option, in relaxation of provisions of relevant Pension Regulations, not to commute the pension which has become additionally commutable on retrospective revision of pay / pension on implementation of recommendations of the 7th CPC. Option form is enclosed as Appendix ‘A’ to be used for this purpose.

Option for commutation of additionally commutable amount will required to be submitted within 4 months from the issue of the Govt. letter by the Armed Forces officers. Option exercised after expiry of 4 months from the issue of the Govt. letter will not be entertained. The claim submitted without exercising said option or if no option for commutation of additionally commutable amount of pension is received within stipulated time period as mentioned above, it will be presumed that pensioner is not willing to commute additionally commutable amount.

4. DISABILITY PENSION/WAR INJURY PENSION

4.1 There shall be no change in existing provisions regulating the Disability Pension/War Injury Pension under casualty pensionary award so.

4.2 The amount of all kind of pension shall be subject to a minimum of Rs. 9,000/-. The maximum amount of normal rate, enhanced rate of ordinary family pension and retiring pension shall be 30%, 50% and 50% respectively, of the highest pay in the Government which is Rs. 2,50,000/- with effect from 1.1.2016. The maximum ceiling is, however, not applicable in the cases of Disability Pension/War Injury Pension etc., applicable under casualty pensionary awards.

5. Ex-GRATIA LUMP SUM COMPENSATION IN CASES OF INVALIDMENT :

Ex-gratia lump sum compensation to Defence Service Personnel who are boarded out of service on account of disability/ war injury attributable to or aggravated by military service, shall be paid @ Rs. 20 lakh for 100% disability subject to provisions as stipulated in MoD letter No. 2(2)/2011/D(Pen/Policy) dated 26.12.2011. For disability/ war injury less than 100% but not less than 20%, the amount of Ex-gratia compensation shall be proportionately reduced. No Ex-gratia compensation shall be payable for disability/war injury less than 20%. The proportionate compensation would be based on actual percentage of disability as certified by the Invaliding Medical Board, without applying broad banding provisions as contained in Para 7.2 of MoD letter No. 1(2)/97/D(Pen-C) dated 31.01.2001.

6. DISABILITY/WAR INJURY ON DISCHARGE /INVALIDMENT:

6.1 BROAD-BANDING OF PERCENTAGE OF DISABILITY/WAR INJURY ON DISCHARGE:

In cases where Armed Forces personnel are discharged/retired on or after 1.1.2016 under the circumstances mentioned in Para 4.1 of MoD letter No. 1(2)/97/D (Pen-C) dated 31.1.2001 with disability including cases covered under MoD letter No. 16(5)/2008/D(Pen/Policy) dated 29.9.2009 and the disability/war injury has been accepted as 20% and more, the extent of disability or functional incapacity shall be determined in the manner prescribed in Para 7.2 of said letter dated 31.1.2001 for the purpose of computing disability/ war injury.

6.2 BROAD-BANDING OF PERCENTAGE OF DISABILITY/WAR INJURY ON INVALIDMENT:

Existing provisions for broad banding of invalidment cases of Disability and War Injury Pension shall remain unchanged.

6.3 Rates for calculation of disability where composite assessment is made due to existence of disability, as well as war injury, shall be determined in terms of provision contained in Para 3(b) of MoD letter No. 16(02)/2015-D(Pen/Pol) dated 08.08.2016.

6.4 CONSTANT ATTENDANT ALLOWANCE (CAA)

Constant Attendant Allowance shall continue to be admissible under the condition as hithertofore at the existing rate from 1.1.2016 to 30.06.2017. However, with effect from 01.07.2017 it shall be admissible at the uniform rate of Rs. 6750/- per month, irrespective of the rank.

7. All out efforts may be made to submit affected cases for revision of pension duly completed in all respect (along with option for commutation, if any) to avoid correspondence and back references.

8. The Software Programme for Data entry and validation check may be collected from EDP Centre of this Office.

9. Various Orders on the subject are available on the website of this Office i.e. www.pcdapension.nic.in.

10. As far as possible, all fresh claims for grant of retiring pension should be submitted only on revised LPC-cum Data Sheet. After 01.10.2017, no fresh cases for notification of Pension will be entertained on old LPC-cum Data Sheet. However, cases on the new LPC-cum-Data Sheet received before 01.10.2017 will also be accepted if revised pay details are available. It may please be ensured that Seal of LPC cum data sheet signing officer is affixed and name of all officials signing LPC cum data sheet are clearly and legibly mentioned.

(Nasim Ullah)
ACDA (P)

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TA/DA entitlements of Non-officials of Committees/Boards/Panels etc

TA/DA entitlements of Non-officials of Committees/Boards/Panels etc

TA-DA

F.No. 19047/1/2016-E.IV
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

North Block, New Delhi.
Dated: 14.09.2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: TA/DA entitlements of Non-officials of Committees/Boards/Panels etc.

The undersigned is directed to state that the issues related to payment of TA/DA to Non-officials of Committees/ Boards/ Panels etc. have been examined in D/o Expenditure. It has been decided that TA/DA entitlement of Non-officials may be regulated by the Administrative Ministries/ Departments in the following manner:

(I) Retired Govt. officials nominated as Non-official in the Committees/Boards/Panels etc :

TA/DA entitlement of these Non-officials will be same as per their entitlement at the time of retirement as per revised rates mentioned in this Department’s O.M. No.19030/01/2017-E.IV dated 13.07.2017

(II) Persons from various fields nominated as Non-official in Committees/Boards/ Panels etc :

TA/DA entitlement of these Non-official will be same as admissible to officers in Pay level-II (Pre-revised Grade Pay of Rs,6600/-) in the Pay Matrix. TA/DA Entitlements will be as under:

i) Travel entitlement within the country – Economy class by Air or AC-II by train.
ii) Reimbursement for hotel accommodation/guest house of up to Rs.2250/- per day.
iii) Reimbursement of non-Ac taxi charges of up to Rs.338/- per day for travel within the city.
iv) Reimbursement of food bills not exceeding Rs.900/- per day.

(III) Eminent personalities nominated as Non.official in the Committees/Boards/Panels:

TA/DA entitlement of these Non-officials will be same as admissible to officers in Pay level 14 (pre-revised Grade pay Rs.10,000/) in the Pay Matrix. TA/DA Entitlements will be as under:

i) Regarding travel entitlement of these Non-officials, Secretary in the Administrative Ministry, in consultation with the FA, may allow eminent personalities who are Non-officials in the Committees/Boards/Panels etc., to travel in Executive class in the Domestic airlines within the country subject to the following conditions:

a) Where a Non-official is or was entitled to travel by air by Executive class under the rules of the organization to which he belongs or might have belonged before retirement.

b) where the Administrative Ministry is satisfied that the travel by Executive class by air is the customary mode of travel by the Non-official concerned in respect of journeys unconnected with the performances of Govt. duty.

ii) Reimbursement for hotel accommodation/guest house of up to Rs 7500/- per day.
iii) Reimbursement of AC taxi charges as per actual for travel within the city.
iv) Reimbursement of food bills not exceeding Rs.1200/- per day

2. In respect of Non-officials who are local, Mileage Allowance at the following rates will be admissible:

i) For retired Government officers: TA/DA as per their entitlement at the time of retirement as per revised rates mentioned in this Department’s O.M. No.19030/01/2017-E.IV dated 13.07.2017.

ii) Other Non.officials nominated from various fields: Reimbursement of non-AC taxi charges of up to Rs.338/- per day for travel within the city.

iii) For eminent personalities nominated as Non-officials: Reimbursement of AC taxi charges as per actual for travel within the city.

3. The TA/DA entitlements mentioned in Para I above will be subject to the following conditions:

i) These TA/DA entitlements will be applicable in case of Non-officials coming from outside. Local Non officials will not be entitled for TA/DA.

ii) Local Non-officials will be entitled for Mileage Allowance only.

iii) Cases seeking deviation from the above entitlements may be referred to M/o Finance giving full justification for seeking deviation.

4. These instructions will be effective from the date of issue of this O.M.

5. This is issued with the approval of Finance Minister.

(Nirmala Dev)
Deputy Secretary (EG)
Telefax. 23093276

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Clarification regarding fixation of pay consequent upon enhancement of IOR from 2.57 to 2.67 in respect of Level 13 of pay matrix corresponding to pre-revised Grade pay of 8700

Clarification regarding fixation of pay consequent upon enhancement of IOR from 2.57 to 2.67 in respect of Level 13 of pay matrix corresponding  to pre-revised Grade pay of 8700

No. AN/XIV/14164/7th CPC/Corr/Vol-II

Dated : 12/09/2017

To,

All PCsDA/CsDA/IFAs
PCof A(Fys) Kolkata / Jt.CDA(AF) Nagpur
CDA(IT&SDC) Secunderabad

Subject: Clarification regarding fixation of pay consequent upon enhancement of IOR from 2.57 to 2.67 in respect of Level 13 of pay matrix corresponding to pre-revised Grade pay of 8700.

Of late, this HQrs has been receiving queries/ references from various Controller offices seeking clarification regarding the pay fixation under 7th CPC consequent upon enhancement of IOR (Index of rationalization ) vide MoF, Dept of Expenditure Resolution dated 16.05.2017 from 2.57 to 2.67 in respect of Level 13 of the pay matrix i.e corresponding to pre-revised Grade pay of Rs 8700/- .

2. In this context, it is clarified that Index of rationalization is to be applied for computation of first cell of a particular level i.e corresponding to a specific pay band and Grade pay under 6th CPC. Accordingly, a revised pay matrix has been provided under the Gazette of India dated 16.05.2017 incorporating the ibid enhancement from 2.57 to 2.67. It is however, intimated that the fitment factor of 2.57 as mentioned under Para 4(2) of Ministry of Finance resolution dated 25.07.2016 which is to be uniformly applied to all employees stands unchanged.

3. All pay fixation cases may be regulated accordingly.

S/d,
( Kavita Garg )
Sr. Dy.CGDA(AN)

Source : CGDA

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Implementation of Government’s decision on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission Revision of pension of pre-2016 retired medical officers

7th CPC Revision of Pension of Pre-2016 Retired Medical Officers

No.38/37/16-P&PW(A)(iii)
Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions
Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan
Khan Market, New Delhi
Dated, the 11th September, 2017

Office Memorandum

Sub : Implementation of Government’s decision on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission Revision of pension of pre-2016 retired medical officers.

The undersigned is directed to say that in implementation of the decision taken on the recommendations of the 7th CPC, orders were issued vide this Departments OM No.38/37/2016-P&PW(A)(ii) dated 04.08.2016 for revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners w.e.f. 01.01.2006 by multiplying the pre-revised pension/family pension by a factor of 2.57. Subsequently, vide OM No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A) dated 12.05.2017, it has been decided that the pension/family pension w.e.f. 01.01.2016 in respect of all Central civil pensioners/family pensioners, who retired/died prior to 01.01.2016, may be revised w.e.f. 01.01.2016 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 hand 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

2. In the case of medical officers, the emoluments reckoned for calculation of pension include Non-practicing Allowance (NPA). The pay of the medical officers is revised in accordance with the specific provision made in the Revised Pay Rules. The manner in which the pay of the medical officers is to be revised w.e.f. 1.1.2016 is prescribed in Rule 7 of the CCS (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016. Accordingly, for the purpose of revision of pension of pre-2016 retired medical officers in accordance with this Department’s O.M. dated 12.05.2017, their pay will be notionally revised w.e.f. 1.1.2016 based on the formula for revision of pay as applicable to the medical officers in the 7th CPC as well as in the intervening Pay Commissions. NPA at the rate as applicable as on 01.01.2016 shall be added to such notional pay as on 1.1.2016 to arrive at pension/family pension of retired medical officers w.e.f. 1.1.2016.

3. NPA to serving medical officers has been revised @ 20% of basic pay w.e.f. 1.7.2017. Accordingly, the pension/family pension of retired medical officers shall be further revised w.e.f. 1.7.2017 by adding NPA @ 20% to the notional pay as on 1.1.2016, instead of the NPA admissible as on 1.1.2016.

4. The revision of pension/family pension of retired medical officers in the above manner will be further subject to the condition that the notional pay as on 1.1.2016 plus NPA does not exceed the average of basic pay of the revised scale applicable to the Apex Level and the level of Cabinet Secretary.

5. This issues with the approval of Ministry Of Finance, Department of Expenditure vide their I.D.No.136/EV/2017 dated 25.08.2017.

6. Hindi Version will follow.

(Harjit Singh)
Director

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Implementation of Government’s decision on the recommendation of the 7th Central Pay Commission – Revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners / family pensioners etc

7th CPC –  Revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners / family pensioners etc for AIS Officers: DOPT Order

7thCPC-DOPT-ORDER-AIS Officers

No. 14021/4/2016-AIS-II

Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievance and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

North Block, New Delhi
dated 11th September, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: 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.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s letter of even number dated 19th May 2017 vide which the instructions dated 12th May 2017 relating to revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners issued by Department of Pension and Pensioner’s Welfare in the context of implementation of VII CPC recommendations, were extended to All India Service (AIS) Pensioners. The said letter dated 19th May 2017 was also sent to all Ministries / Departments of Government of India (copy enclosed).

2.Many retired AIS Officers who are drawing pension from the Central Government, have since voiced grievances at various levels, stating that pension revision in pursuance of the order dated 19th May 2017 has not taken place so far.

3.It is observed in this regard that CPAO, with the approval of the Controller General of Accounts, have issued instructions on 25th May 2017 to Pr. Chief Controller of Accounts / Chief Controller of Accounts etc. about the modalities to be followed for expeditious implementation of the instructions dated 12th May 2017 of the D/o Pension & PW. Joint Secretary (Admn) / Admin in charge of Ministries / Departments have also been requested by CPAO to instruct their Head of Offices (HOOs) to start immediately sending the revised pension cases to the PAOs on the basis of records available with them and monitor the progress in this regard. Further follow up instructions have also been issued by CPAO on 7 th July 2017.

4.In view of the hardships being encountered by retired AIS Officers vis-a-vis revision of their pensions, all Ministries / Departments are requested to take necessary action for effective and expeditious implementation of the instructions dated 19th May 2017 pertaining to revision of pension of AIS Officers read with D/o Pension and PW instructions dated 12th May 2017.

S/d,
(Rajesh Kumar Yadav)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India


No.38/37/2016-P&PW(A)

Dated :12.05.2017

Age 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.

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

S.No Description 1 stcase  2ndCase 3rdCase 4thCase
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

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Instructions on payment of revised Pension / Arrears as per 7th CPC : CSIR

CSIR – Instructions on payment of revised Pension / Arrears as per 7th CPC

COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH

Anusandhan Bhawan, 2, Rafi Marg, New Delhi-110001

No.5-1(428)/2017-PD

Dated : 11.09.2017

To : The Directors / Heads of all CSIR National Labs./Instts./Hgrs./Complex/Centres/Units.

Sub : Instructions on payment of revised Pension / Arrears as per 7th CPC-reg.
Ref : CSIR letter No.5-1(428)/2017-PD dated 11.05.2017 and 02.06.2017.

Sir / Madam

With reference to the subject mentioned above and in continuation of the CSIR letters of even number dated 11.05.2017 and 02.06.2017, the undersigned is directed to state that the matter has been considered by the Secretary, DSIR & Director General, CSIR in consultation with JS & FA,DSIR / CSIR and following has been decided:

a) Pension / Family pension for all pensioners (pre-2016 & post 2016) may be revised notionally in terms of CSIR circular letter No.5-1(428) / 2017 – PD dated 11.05.2017. For this notional revision of pension DoP&PW OM dated 04.08.2016, 12.05.2017, 06.07.2017, 18.07.2017 and Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure OM 23.05.2017 may be used.

b) Payment of revised pension / family pension (i.e monthly pension) to all the pensioners (both pre-2016 and post 2016) as per 7th CPC, from the month of September, 2017 onwards may be made.

c) Those retiring from the month of September, 2017 will be paid the eligible gratuity as per revised / enhanced ceiling and commutation of pension as per the 7th CPC pension amount.

d) Those who retired between 01-01-2016 and 31-08-2017 will be paid the difference in gratuity between the eligible amount as per revised ceiling and what they were paid at the time of retirement.

e) For the payment of arrears on account of revision of other pensionary benefits for the period 01.01.2016 to 31.08.2017 (viz., arrears of pension and the difference between original and revised commutation amount), separate instructions will follow. Therefore, these amounts of arrears will NOT be paid until further orders.

Yours faithfully

S/d,

Joint Secretary (Admin)

Source : Confederation

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Cabinet approves release of additional 1% Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief to pensioners w.e.f. 01.07.2017

Cabinet approves release of additional 1% Dearness Allowance to Central Government Employees and Dearness Relief to pensioners w.e.f. 01.07.2017

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The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for release of additional 1% Dearness Allowance (DA) to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief (DR) to pensioners. It will be applicable from 01.07.2017.

The release of the additional instalment of DA represents an increase of 1% over the existing rate of 4% of the Basic Pay/Pension, to compensate for price rise. This increase is in accordance with the accepted formula, which is based on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission.

The combined impact on the exchequer on account of both DA and DR would be Rs.3068.26 crore per annum and Rs.2045.50 crore in the financial year 2017-18 (for a period of 8 months from July, 2017 to February, 2018). This will benefit about 49.26 lakh Central Government employees and 61.17 lakh pensioners.

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Pay Anomaly in respect of Major Generals and It Generals promoted before 01/01/2016

Pay Anomaly in respect of Major Generals and It Generals promoted before 01/01/2016

1. Consequent upon implementation of 7th Pay Commission Orders, Major Generals promoted after 01/01/2016 are drawing more pay than the officers in the same Corps, who were promoted as Maj Generals prior to 01/01/2016. Hence stepping up of pay of Maj Generals promoted prior to 01/01/2016 has been carried out, at par with the pay from the date of promotion of Maj General of that Corps, promoted after 01/01/2016 based on seniority list received from ADGPS . Subsequent increments have been granted thereafter and the pay also revised on promotion to the rank of Lt General, wherever applicable.

2 (a). Consequent upon implementation of 7th Pay Commission Orders, Lt Generals (HAG) promoted after 01/01/2016 are drawing more pay than the Lt Generals (HAG), in same Corps, promoted before 01/01/2016. The case are under examination for stepping up of pay of Lt Generals (HAG) promoted before 01/01/2016, at par with pay from the date of promotion of Lt Generals (HAG), in that Corps, promoted after 01/01/2016.

2 (b)(i) Pay revision in Approx 31 such cases is under progress and will be found adjusted in 09/2017 Pay Account.

2 (b) (ii) In 36 cases of Lt General drawing pay in HAG & HAG(+) scale are under examination and those cases not covered under the provisions of SRO 12 (E) dated 03.05.17 regarding stepping up of Pay, will be taken to CGDA office and IHQ of MoD (Army) / Ministry of Defence for clarification.

2(b) (iii) In 19 cases, where General officers are holding appointment of Army Commanders as on 01/01/2016 drawing maximum pay of Rs.2,25,000/- will not involve any stepping up of pay since there is no pay anomaly.

Source: CGDA

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Restoration of -1S pay scale – Treatment of Mutual Transfer from one railway to other as “inter- division transfer”- Brief of today’s meeting with Cabinet Secretary

Issue of restoration of -1S Pay Scale in 7th CPC &  treatment of mutual transfer in Railways have been resolved: AIRF

A.I.R.F.

All India Railwaymen’s Federation

No. AIRF/24(C)

Dated : September 6, 2017

The General Secretaries,
All Affiliated Unions,

Dear Comrades!

Sub: (i)Restoration of -1S pay scale

           (ii) Treatment of Mutual Transfer from one railway to other as “inter- division transfer”

           (iii) Brief of today’s meeting with Cabinet Secretary

Two very important issues, being persuaded by AIRF at the Railway Board level, have been resolved, one is -1S grade, which had been abolished by the VII CPC, has been restored, and the other issue regarding mutual transfer from one railway to other will be treated as inter-division transfer and need not to take NOC from the Zonal Railway Headquarters. Divisions at their own level will issue NOC, lot of time consumed for this purpose will be saved.

Comrades! Today I met the Cabinet Secretary (Government of India) and raised the issue of “Very Good” benchmark along with other issues of National Pension System (NPS), Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula and non-holding of JCM Meetings.

The Cabinet Secretary’s views were positive and he stated that he has already communicated to Chairman Railway Board and Secretary (DoP&T) that benchmark for MACPS cannot be more than the benchmark prevalent for promotion/ selection.

He also stated that the issue of National Pension System (NPS) is under active consideration of the Government of India and he will try to derive the best formula to resolve the problems arrived out of NPS

With Fraternal Greetings
Comradely yours

Sd/-

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
General Secretary

 

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Payment on account of discontinued allowances – Daily officiating Allowance

Payment on account of discontinued allowances – Daily officiating Allowance.

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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
RAILWAY BOARD

No.E(P&A)I-2011/FE-4/1

The General Managers and principal Financial Advisers,
All Indian Railways & production Units.

PC-VII No.56
RBE No. 120/2017
New Delhi, dated 05.09.2017

Sub: Payment on account of discontinued allowances – Daily officiating Allowance.

Consequent upon the decision taken by the government on the recommendations of the seventh central Pay commission, the President is pleased to decide that disbursement of all existing allowances which have not been specifically recommended for continuation in terms of the Ministry of Finance’s Resolution dated 6th July, 2017 shall be discontinued from 1st July, 2017. since, the Daily officiating Allowance has not been specifically recommended for continuation in the said Resolution dated 6th July, 2017, it ceases to exist with effect from 1st July 2017.

2.lt shall be the responsibility of the Heads of the Department to ensure that no bill relating to disbursement in respect of Daily officiating Allowance is drawn by the Head of office/Drawing & Disbursing officers under their purview/jurisdiction. Pay and Accounts officers shall ensure that no payment is effected if any such bill relating to the disbursement of the discontinued allowance is submitted to them. If any such bills are recieved, they should be returned to the DDO and intimation thereof shall also be given to the Head of the Department and the chief controller of Accounts.

3. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

4. Please acknowledge receipt.

(Anil Kumar)
Dy. Director/E{P&A}-I
Railway Board.

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Central Government Employees getting lack of basic of the actual minimum wage of Rs 26,000

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QUANTIFICATION OF NEED-BASED MINIMUM WAGE AND NEED FOR REVISION OF MINIMUM WAGE OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

The concept of the Need-Based Minimum Wage has evolved in India after Independence and owes its origin to the Directive Principles of the Indian Constitution and the welfare policy of the Government. Its acceptance in principle connotes a public effort at an institutional determination of wage rates particularly in the industrial sector of the economy. Unfortunately the computation of the need based minimum wage has become a controversial subject in the country. While the concept of what the need based minimum wage should cover is fairly clear and generally accepted by both the employer and employee, its actual assessment into monetary terms has raised endless disputes not alone by the employer.

NEED-BASED MINIMUM WAGE FORMULA:

Minimum wages for the average family will have to be based on requirements of food, clothing, housing and so on. Additional components of expenditure to cover for children’s education, medical treatment, recreation, festivals and ceremonies.

In a vast country such as ours, there are bound to be regional variations in these requirements owing to climatic conditions, food habits, etc. At the same time in order to ensure a degree of uniformity the Conference have adopted a certain norms. The food component carries the largest- proportion of the total cost of living in a working class family. The component’s significance is not only economic but human also. On food depends the health and efficiency of the worker, which is vital to the industrial production. After a protracted discussion the Conference adopted Dr. Aykroyd’s second dietary prescription of the adequate diet level, the other one being the optimum diet level. An optimum diet according to him, is one which ensures the functioning of the various life processes at their very best; whereas an adequate diet maintains these processes but not at their peak levels. The optimum diet would include more of vitamins and less of proteins in its caloric content, while the adequate diet would include more of proteins and less of vitamins.

The Committee on Fair Wages laid down that the standard working class family should be reckoned as one consisting of three consumption units, supported by a single male earner and including his wife and two children below the of age 14 The 15th Session of Indian Labour Conference approved that the wage should cover four categories of needs considered essential for the worker’s well being, viz. food, clothing, housing and miscellaneous. In calculating the minimum wage, the norms for the food category should be based on Dr. W.B. Aykroyd’s formula for an adequate and balanced diet. It thus came about that a wage linked to the needs was suggested as a desirable minimum.

Subsequently, when attempting to implement the recommendations of the conference, almost all the wage fixing authorities including the committees appointed under the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 have invariably faced difficulty in determining: (i) the calorific norm which should form the basis of the diet content (ii) the exact composition of the diet (iii) the qualities of the various items of diet and (iv) availabilities of food commodities consumed by the worker and his pattern of consumption. In this regard the first assault was launched by the II Central Pay Commission (1959), pertaining to the calorific norm as laid down by the 15th Indian Labour Conference. The Indian Labour Conference worked out the three-unit formula, the minimum wage is worked out taking into consideration the calorific value requirements of 2,700 each, certain length of cloth requirement, housing rental value, education and medical expenses etc.

CONCEPT OF LIVING WAGES:

Concept of Living Wages It represents a standard of living which provides not merely for bare physical subsistence but for maintenance of health and decency, a measure of frugal comfort, including education of children, requirement of essential social needs and a measure of insurance against eh more important misfortunes including old age. This is the ideal wages and envisaged in Article 43 of Directive Principles in Part IV of the Constitution. I. L. O. Conventions also provide for living wages.

Living wages is the ideal wages and on the line as stipulated in Article 43 of our Constitution. Wage differentials are necessary part of wage structure if skill formation is to be motivated and productivity is to be achieved but at the same time it should be reasonable.

Hence it is relevant to quote the following observation made by the Kerala High Court in Association of Planters of Kerala v State of Kerala in this regard:  A failure to fix or revise minimum wages was not only a statutory violation but is a breach of fundamental right enshrined in Art. 23 of the Constitution. A duty is cast upon the State by provisions of the Act and Article 23 to fix and revise the minimum rates of wages.

7th CPC REPORT PARA NO 4 HAS ALSO DEALT THE ISSUE OF A NEED-BASED MINIMUM WAGE TAKING INTO THE CONCEPT OF THE FOLLOWING.

a) Normative family is taken to consist of a spouse and two children below the age of 14. With the husband assigned 1 unit, wife, 0.8 unit and two children, 0.6 units each, the minimum wage needs to address 3 consumption units;

b) The food requirement per consumption unit is shown in the Annexure to this chapter. The specifications were derived from the recommendations of

Dr. Wallace Aykroyd, the noted nutritionist, which stated that an average Indian adult engaged in moderate activity should, on a daily basis, consume 2,700 calories comprising 65 grams of protein and around 45-60 grams of fat. Dr Aykroyd had further pointed out that animal proteins, such as milk, eggs, fish, liver and meat, are biologically more efficient than vegetable proteins and suggested that they should form at least one-fifth of the total protein intake

c) The clothing requirements should be based on per capita consumption of 18 yards per annum, which gives 72 yards per annum (5.5 meters per month) for the average worker’s family. The 15th ILC also specified the associated consumption of detergents

d) The prescribed provision of Report of the Seventh CPC 63Index 25 percent to cover education, recreation, ceremonies, festivals and medical expenses has been reduced to 15 percent.

THE THREE-UNIT BASED FORMULA ADOPTED BY THE PAY COMMISSIONS NEEDS A CHANGE TO SIX UNITS DUE TO FOLLOWING FACTORS :

The three-unit based formula to fix minimum wages presently counts only four members of a family ie husband, wife and two children. It has no provision to count dependent parents, if any, or even if there are more than two children.

The three-unit formula gives the husband a full unit, wife 0.8 unit, and 0.6 units for each of the two children.

Now the trade unions and the employees associations are of the opinion that the three-unit system are not sufficient to decide minimum wages because the children continue to stay with the family for longer periods. The two children and wife should be accorded one single unit instead of 0.6 units,” also, marriageable age of a child has also increased and they should also be given full units, the gender equality should also be observed instead of 0.8 units it should be full unit for the spouse.

Hence should be revised to the four unit formula gives the husband a full unit, wife full unit, and full units for each of the two children.

After the 2010 Supreme Court ruling that dependent parents are to be taken care of by children, two more units should be added and the formula be based on six-unit formulae than three.

“The CrPC section 125 and Maintenance of Parents and Senior Citizens Act make it mandatory for an earning member to maintain his parents, failing which he/she may have to face penal consequences. Today, the average life span of a person has increased to 68.3 years compared to that of 41 years in 1957. Hence two additional units have to be added,”

So there is a need to hike number of units from three to six to calculate minimum wages.

OTHER FACTORS AFFECTING OUR WAGES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

1) The 7th CPC has taken into consideration the 15% to cover education, recreation, ceremonies, festivals and medical expenses against 25% prescribed by the Supreme Court. Additional components of expenditure to cover for children’s education, medical treatment, recreation, festivals and ceremonies. This followed from the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Raptakos Brett Vs Workmencase of 1991 for determination of minimum wage of an industrial worker. The Supreme Court had prescribed this amount at 25 percent of the total minimum wage calculated from the first five components.

2) Secondly the prices of essential commodities for calculation of the minimum wage is always a debate , the price essential commodities by the using Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers maintained by Labour Bureau, Shimla and the retail prices are showing different rates , the retail prices of essential commodities are at higher end including that of state Government run co-operative society’s compared to the retail prices maintained by Labour Bureau, Shimla by more than 15%, that is the prices maintained by Labour Bureau, Shimla are lower by more than 15% compared to market prices , the CG employees are deprived of proper minimum wage by an extent of 25% . If proper retail prices are taken into account the minimum wage shall be more than Rs 26,000/- as on 1st Jan 2016.

THE PAYMENT OF WAGES ACT, 1936:

The revision of payment of wages act, 1936 , the Government has raised the monetary limit of wages to Rs. 24000/- per month for the applicability of the Act by issuing the notification .This calculation of Rs 24,000/ is based on Dr. W.B. Aykroyd’s formula. This is done on the basis of figures of the Consumer Expenditure Survey published by the National Sample Survey Organization.

The payment of wages act, 1936 monetary limit of wages to Rs. 24000/- per month is for unskilled worker , if we add Rs 25% for skilled worker , it work out at Rs 30000/- for skilled worker which includes wages and allowances, at present the Central Government employees at the initial stage are paid Rs 23,000/- (Rs 18,000/ as minimum wage and Rs 5,000/ as allowances ), still there is gap of Rs 7,000/ , if the minimum wage of Central Government employees is re fixed at Rs 22,000/ then this gap shall be reduced.

The breakup of the Central Government employee’s salary is as follows.

Non Metro City
Minimum wage Rs 18,000/-
HRA Rs 1800/-
Transport allowances Rs 900/-
Children education allowances Rs 2250/-
Total Salary : Rs 22950/-

The Central Government employees are deprived of the actual minimum wage of Rs 26,000/-. Hence there is a need of revision of minimum wage from Rs 18,000/ as Central Government is a model employer.

Via : COC Karnataka

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Is it possible to Increase the 7th CPC Minimum Pay and Improve the Fitment Factor?

Is it possible to Increase the 7th CPC Minimum Pay and Improve the Fitment Factor?

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7th CPC Minimum Pay – Don’t give false hope and drag the issues till next Pay Commission

Is it really possible to Increase the Minimum Pay and Improve the Fitment Factor even 18 Months after the resolution for Implementation of 7th CPC Recommendation issued ?

What is that NCJCM Staff Side really wanted to convey to the Central Government Employees by posting such letters regarding Increasing of Minimum Pay and Improving of Fitment formula.

NCJCM Staff Side is the only hope and Final Destination for Central Government staffs to ask to settle their issues under negotiated settlement. But it seems that the Staff Side is not using this forum effectively to resolve the issues pertaining to the Central Government Employees.

The issues of HRA and Minimum pay are perfect examples of the failure of NCJCM Staff Side.

The central Government employees wouldn’t have faced such huge loss in payment of HRA if the same rate is implemented with effect from the date of Notification i.e 25.7.2016

When the Central Government was not even ready to reinstate the HRA at Sixth CPC rates, how come one expect that the Government will increase the Minimum Pay to Rs. 21000 or fitment factor from 2.57 to 3. Don’t give false hope and drag the issues till next Pay Commission.

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7th Pay Commission for Defence Pensioners calculation example for Major

7th Pay Commission for Defence Pensioners calculation example for Major.

S.
No
Description 1st Case
1 Date of Retirement 26.05.1976
2 Rank Major
3 Qualifying Service 30/06/01
4 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 2300-100-3900-150-5100 Rank Pay – 1000
5 Pay on retirement OR Notional pay as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986 3400 (Basic Pay) + 600 (Rank Pay) 4000
6 Pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision 23815
7 Family Pension as on 01.01.2015 before revision 14289
8 Family pension at enhanced rate as on 01.01.2016 before revision (if applicable) NA
9 Revised pension by multiplying pre-revised pension by 2.57 61205
10 Revised family pension by multiplying pre-revised family pension by 2.57 36723
11 Revised family pension at enhanced rate by multiplying pre-revised enhanced family pension by 2.57 NA
12 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.1996 11600 (Basic Pay) + 1200 (Rank Pay) 12800
13 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2006 23810 (PIPB) + 6600 (Gr.Pay) + 6000 (MSP) Rs. 36410
14 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2016 80400 (PIPM)+15500(MSP) 95900
15 Revised pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation 47950
16 Revised family pension w.e.f. 1.2016 as per first formulation 28770
17 Revised family pension at enhanced rate w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as oer first formulation NA
18 Revised pension payable (Higher of S.No.9 and 15 61205
19 Revised family pension payable (Higher of S.No. 10 and 16) 36723
20 Revised family pension at enhanced rate payable (Higher of S.No. 11 and 17) NA

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Implementation of recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission – payment of Dress Allowance to Railway employees at Rs.10000/- per annum

7th CPC – Payment of Dress Allowance to Railway employees at Rs.10000/- per annum

No. III/DR/2/Part IV

Dated : 05/09/2017

The Secretary (E),
Railway Board,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

Sub: Implementation of recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission – payment of Dress Allowance to Railway employees at Rs.10000/- per annum-reg.

Federation invites kind attention of Railway Board to para 8.16.14 of the recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission, according to which, the Track Maintainers, Running Staff Car Drivers, Points Man, Technicians in Workshops etc., on Indian Railways who are supplied uniform and are required to wear dress regularly have been recommended to be paid Rs. 5000/- per year as Dress Allowance (including shoes).

Vide foot note to the above recommendation, the 7th CPC has also recommended that the Ministries/Departments may take a decision on “whether the rates should be Rs. 5000/- per year or Rs. 10,000/- per year“. This recommendation has been accepted by the Government.

In this connection, NFIR points out that the Dress Allowance amount of Rs.5000/- per annum is very much inadequate to take care of the annual requirement of the staff in Railways, particularly due to the reason that staff of Railway categories’ are required to wear the uniform regularly while on duty as per extant rules.

NFIR, therefore, requests the Railway Board to consider payment of Dress Allowance at Rs.10,000/- per annum to the Track Maintainers, Running Staff, Ticket Checking Staff, Pointsmen, Technicians etc., and accordingly issue instructions to GMs etc.,

A copy of the instructions issued may be endorsed to the Federation.

Yours faithfully,

S/d,
(Dr. M. Raghavaiah)
General Secretary

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7th Pay Commission for Defence Pensioners – Calculation for Naik (JCOs/ORs)

7th Pay Commission for Defence Pensioners – Calculation for Naik (JCOs/ORs)

S.No Description 1st Case
1 Rank Naik
2 Group “C”
3 Date of Retirement 31.12.1984 (3rd CPC Scale)
4 Qualifying Service 20
5 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 980-20-1140-25-1315
6 Pay on retirement OR Notional pay as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986 1140+40 (CA)
7 Pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision 7170
8 Family pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision 4302
9 Family pension at enhanced rate as on 01.01.2016 before revision (if applicable) NA
10 Revised pension by multiplying pre-revised family pension by 2.57 18427
11 Revised family pension by multiplying pre-revised family pension by 2.57 11057
12 Revised family pension at enhanced rate by multiplying pre-revised enhanced family pension by 2.57 NA
13 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.1996 3500+80(CA)(3150-85-4875)
14 Pay fixed on notional basis on 10.10.1997 3510+100(CA)(3425-85-4700)
15 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2006 6840 (BP) 2400 (GP) 2000 (MSP)
16 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2016 25500+5200/30700 (Level – 4)
17 Revised pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation 15350
18 Revised family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation 9200
19 Revised family pension at enhanced rate w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation NA
20 Revised pension payable (Higher of Sl.No. 10 and 17) 18427
21 Revised family pension payable (Higher of Sl. No. 11 and 18) 11057
22 Revised family pension at enhanced rate payable (Higher of Sl.No 12 and 19) NA

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7th Pay Commission for Defence Pensioners – Calculation for Havildar (JCOs/ORs)

7th Pay Commission for Defence Pensioners – Calculation for Havildar (JCOs/ORs)

S.No Description 2nd Case
1 Rank Hav
2 Group “D”
3 Date of Retirement 31.01.1989 (4th CPC Scale)
4 Qualifying Service 18.5
5 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 1050-25-1300-30-1450
6 Pay on retirement OR Notional pay as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986 1175+30(CA)=1205
7 Pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision 7693
8 Family pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision 4616
9 Family pension at enhanced rate as on 01.01.2016 before revision (if applicable) NA
10 Revised pension by multiplying pre-revised family pension by 2.57 19772
11 Revised family pension by multiplying pre-revised family pension by 2.57 11864
12 Revised family pension at enhanced rate by multiplying pre-revised enhanced family pension by 2.57 NA
13 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.1996 3680+80 (CA)(3600-85-4875)
14 Pay fixed on notional basis on 10.10.1997 3700+100(CA)(3600-100-5100)
15 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2006 7050 (BP) 2800 (GP) 2000 (MSP)
16 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2016 29200 +5200/34400 (Level – 5)
17 Revised pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation 17200
18 Revised family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation 10320
19 Revised family pension at enhanced rate w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation NA
20 Revised pension payable (Higher of Sl.No. 10 and 17) 19772
21 Revised family pension payable (Higher of Sl. No. 11 and 18) 11864
22 Revised family pension at enhanced rate payable (Higher of Sl.No 12 and 19) NA

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7th CPC Minimum Pay from Rs.18000 to Rs.21000 is just a rumour

7th CPC Minimum Pay from Rs.18000 to Rs.21000 is just a rumour

Government plans to increase 7th CPC minimum pay from Rs.18000 to Rs.21000 is just a rumour

Suddenly a news about increasing minimum pay from Rs. 18000 to Rs. 21000 is floating in some websites. All such news items come with the claim of that ‘the sources close to Finance Ministry on condition of anonymity told government Is planning to increase the minimum wage from Rs. 18000 to Rs. 21000. We are also flooded with queries of whether this news is true or false.

As for as we are concerned we came to know that there was no such plan under consideration of central government. Some websites might have posted this news on vested interest or by misunderstanding the amendment made in payment of wages act.

Recently a amendment was made in payment of wages act to increase the wage limit to Rs.24000 for applicability of sub section 6 of section 1 of Payment of wages act 1936. (see the amendment)

This might have been misunderstood by some media that central government is going to increase minimum pay to Rs.21000.

We asked some leaders in NCJCM side, they told that they haven’t any idea about the news and the authenticity of sources of that news.

Source: Govtstaffnews.in

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Example for JCOs ORs – 7th CPC Pension Revision – Notional Fixation DESW Order 05.09.2017

Example for JCOs ORs – 7th CPC Pension Revision – Notional Fixation DESW Order 05.09.2017

EXAMPLES (JCOs/ORs)

(Reference – Para 15 of MoD letter No 17 (01)/2017(02)/D(Pen/Policy) dated 5th September 2017)

Sl.No. Description 1st Case 2nd Case 3rd Case 4th Case
1 Rank Naik Hav Nb Sub Subedar
2 Group ‘C’ ‘D’ ‘Y’ ‘Y’
3 Date of Retirement 31.12.1984 (3td CPC scale) 31.01.1989 (4th CPC scale) 30.06.1999 (5th CPC scale) 30.09.2013 (6th CPC scale)
4 Qualifying Service 20 18.5 26 30
5 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. 980-20-1140- 25-1315 1050-25-1300- 30-1450 5620-140-8140 9300-34800 GP- 4600 MSP- 2000
6 Pay on retirement OR Notional pay as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986 1140+40 (CA) 1175+30 (CA) =1205 6320 15030 (BP) 4600 (GP) 2000 (MSP) 21630
7 Pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision 7170 7693 10405 12690
8 Family pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision 4302 4616 6243 7614
9 Family pension at enhanced rate as on 01.01.2016 before revision (if applicable) NA NA NA 12690
10 Revised pension by multiplying pre-revised pension by 2.57 18427 19772 26741 32614
11 Revised family pension by multiplying pre-revised family pension by 2.57 11057 11864 16045 19568
12 Revised family pension at enhanced rate by multiplying pre-revised enhanced family pension by 2.57 NA NA NA 32614
13 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.1996 3500+80 (CA) (3150-70- 4200 3680+80 (CA) (3600-85-4875) NA NA
14 Pay fixed on notional basis on 10.10.1997 3510+100(CA) (3425-85- 4700 3700+100(CA) (3600-100-5100) NA NA
15 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2006 6840 (BP) 2400 (GP) 2000 (MSP) + 200 (CA) 11440 (PB-I, GP-2400) 7050 (BP) 2800 (GP) 2000 (MSP) + 200 (CA) 12050 (PB-I, GP-2800) 11760 (BP) 4200 (GP) + 2000 (MSP) 17960 (PB-II, GP- 4200) NA
16 Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2016 25500 +5200 30700 (Level- 4) 29200 +5200 34400 (Level- 5) 41100 +5200 46300 (Level- 6) 50500 +5200 55700 (Level- 7)
17 Revised pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation. 15350 17200 23150 27850
18 Revised family pension w.e.f.1.1.2016 as per first formulation. 9200 10320 13890 16710
19 Revised family pension at enhanced rate w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation. NA NA NA 27850
20 Revised pension payable (Higher of SI.No. 10 and 17) 18427 19772 26741 32614
21 Revised family pension payable (Higher of SI. No. 11 and 18) 11057 11864 16045 19568
22 Revised family pension at enhanced rate payable (Higher of SI. No. 12 and 19) NA NA NA 32614

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