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Friday, October 24, 2008

Diffrence between Pay Band and Pay In the Pay Band..?

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What is the different between Pay Band and Pay In the Pay Band?

Pay in the pay band means pay drawn in the running pay bands.

Pre-revised basic pay with multiply factor of 1.86 on 1.1.2006

Pay Band means nothing but Pay Scale According to the Grade Pay there will be start and end figure.

Example: PB-1 5200 – 20200 PB-2 9300 – 34800 Grade Pay means the pay fixed amount corresponding to the pre-revised pay scales

Basic Pay means (in the revised pay structure) pay drawn in the prescribed pay band plus the applicable Grade Pay only.

Night Shift Allowance for Industrial Employees

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Night Shift Allowance for Industrial Employees

1. NIGHT DUTY ALLOWANCE (NDA)

2. NIGHT SHIFT BONUS (NSB)

Night Duty Allowance :

Industrial employees are entitled to get Night Duty Allowance @ 10 minutes for each hour of work done between 22.00 hrs. to 06.00 hrs. in the night shift. 

The prescribed hourly rate for Night Duty Allowance is (Pay + DA + CCA) / 200. (For Night duty performed between 2200 hrs and 0600 hrs. Calculated on the basis of  Weightage. Weightage is given as 10 minutes for every 1 hour of night duty, while calculating number of hours of Night Duty, than 30 minutes..... rounded of to 1 hour.  Less than 30 minutes.....ignored.) 

NDA is calculated on the Weightage with a specific Rate. This Rate is determined by the Govt. from time to time
Example:
An Industrial Employee is working in Night Shift between 22.00 hrs & 07.00 hrs.
The total working hours will be 9.00 hrs. But Night Duty Hours calculate from 2200 to 600 only, Night Duty hrs is 7 hrs.
Weightage is 7 x 10 = 70mts
Note : Night Duty hrs does not include * Recess time *

Shift leave * performed during Night duty hours.
The prescribed hourly rate for (rate calculated asper the formula) For one hour = (BasicPay + DA ) / 200.

(Railway Employees are getting modified rate But, still Ordnance Employees are getting as per the V th pay commission pay scale)

Night Shift Bonus :-
PWs who perform night shift are paid an extra 1/2hr pay called Night Shift Bonus.
The hourly rate is.... 1/200 of the total of Basic pay, DA (But, still getting as per the IV th pay commission pay scale)


ARMOURED WELDING ALLOWANCE

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Order from Ministry of Defence dated 16th August 2007

Armour Welding Allowance at the rate
Rs. 280 per month be granted to Master Craftsman Grade
Rs.240 per month to Highly Skilled Grade and
Rs.200 per month to Skilled Grade

The ‘Armour Welding Allowance’ was granted to eligible employees o f HVF, Avadi w.e.f.1st Jan 1986 and to similarly placed employees of OFP, Medak w.e.f.19th 1991.

The ‘Armour Welding Allowance’ is being granted to the Welders with special skills over and above, what is admissible to ordinary Welders. This allowance is considered as an incentive for the additional exertion caused by sustained exposure to elevated temperature while carrying out Armour Plate Welding. Besides the welders who are in receipt of this allowance are periodically tested and in case, they fail in the test the said allowance is discontinued. It is noteworthy that the recipients of the said allowance are however no entitled to any risk allowance or compensation.

More details in Government Order:





In VI CPC there is no any recommendation about this allowance


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