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Monday, September 08, 2008

Fixation of initial pay in the revised pay structure

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Fixation of initial pay in the revised pay structure:

(1) The initial pay of a Government servant who elects, or is deemed to have elected under sub-rule (3) of rule 6 to be governed by the revised pay structure on and from the 1st day of January, 2006, shall, unless in any case the President by special order otherwise directs, be fixed separately in respect of his substantive pay in the permanent post on which he holds a lien or would have held a lien if it had not been suspended, and in respect of his pay in the officiating post held by him, in the following manner, namely :-

(A) in the case of all employees:-
(i) the pay in the pay band/pay scale will be determined by multiplying the existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 by a factor of 1.86 and rounding off the resultant figure to the next multiple of 10.

( ii) if the minimum of the revised pay band/ pay scale is more than the amount arrived at as per (i) above, the pay shall be fixed at the minimum of the revised pay band/pay scale;

Provided further that:-
Where, in the fixation of pay, the pay of Government servants drawing pay at two or more consecutive stages in an existing scale gets bunched, that is to say, gets fixed in the revised pay structure at the same stage in the pay band, then, for every two stages so bunched, benefit of one increment shall be given so as to avoid bunching of more than two stages in the revised running pay bands. For this purpose, the increment will be calculated on the pay in the pay band. Grade pay would not be taken into account for the purpose of granting increments to alleviate bunching.

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Ramasamy said...

dear sir, can anyone throw some light on the following case: An organisation follows psu scales of pay. In the new pay revision, the fitment formula is basic pay as on 31.12.2006+78.2%+30% fitment. But, strangely, after arriving at the basic pay as above, the organisation has given 1 increment for every 2 increments drawn by all the officers from 1.1.97 to 31.12.2006! This is not applied to officers who got promotion during 1997-96. They call this as "bunching". Is it correct?
Aggrieved party.

Kumaran said...

when the bunching increment came into being an error was spelt and the DPE by clarifying confused the error to the maximum and now it is beyond all the limitations. The error is that "lower basic pay & higher basic pay". such two basic pays never get clubbed in central govt. or in public sector. Only starting basic pay of a scale and starting basic pay of another is tnat meant. the incumbebt in the lower scale and in a baic payand the incumnbent in the higher scale and basic pay only get clubbed.
ie. an officer drawing basic pay rs.8500/- in a lower scale of 8000-12000 and another officer drawing basic pay rs.13500- in a next higher scale 13000-15000 can be clubbed and brought under one common scale the higher on 13000-15000. Now the lower basic pay holder is benefited and the higher basic pay holder is little effected. There arises the question of bunching or weitage for the service 2:1 Or 3:1

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