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Option for Revising 7th CPC pay on Increment date is Beneficial in Rare cases

Option for Revising 7th CPC pay on Increment date is Beneficial in Rare cases

Workout before Giving Option for Revising 7th CPC Pay

Giving Option for revision of 7th CPC Pay is a must and important thing to be done by Central Government Employees in respect of implementation of 7th Pay Commission recommendations

Your 7th CPC Pay will be revised as per the Option you choose to revise your Pay

There are Two options provided in option form

1 . I ___________________________________ hereby elect the revised pay structure with effect from 1st January 2016

2. I, __________________________________ hereby elect to continue on Pay band and Grade Pay of my substantive / officiating post mentioned below until:
* the date of my next increment/the date of my subsequent increment raising my pay to Rs ________________ / I vacate or cease to draw pay in the existing pay structure / the date of my next promotion/upgradation to the post of _________________________

Normally it has been advised by the administrative Department that …

For Option -I

The Government servants those who are not getting Promotion or Upgradation between 1st January 2016 to 1st July 2016 should select No.1 Option i.e electing to revise the Pay with effect from 1.1.2016

For Option -II

The Government servants those who got Promotion / upgradation in the Period between 2st January 2016 and 1st July 2016 will have to select any one of the conditions given in Option No.2 after working out their Pay as per the choices given. Because which Option is beneficial to them is depends on the Basic Pay and Period of Service in the Pre revised Scale. The cases may vary individual to individual.

It is to be noted that one can choose to revise his pay from his next Increment date in Normal Conditions also. Because if revising the pay after granting one increment is beneficial than revising pay from 1st January 2016, he will be allowed to choose the option of I elect to continue on Pay band and Grade Pay of my substantive post until the date of my next increment.

It is observed that selecting revising pay from the Date of next increment in second Option is beneficial in rare cases.

But one important thing to be kept in mind before opting Options other than 1st January 2016

In all Options other than 1st January 2016 YOU SHOULD BE READY TO FORGO ARREARS FOR THE PERIOD FROM 1ST JANUARY TO THE DATE YOU SELECT TO REVISE YOUR PAY.

If you are ready to forego arrears, then you calculate your pay on 1st January 2016 and 1st July 2016 with an increment and select which one is beneficial to you and go according to that.

How to calculate in normal conditions if there is no promotion involved…

A. As on 1.1.2016

Your Basic Pay x 2.57
And Select the Cell same or nearest Higher to this amount arrived at in corresponding Level

B. As on 1.7.2016 after One Increment in sixth CPC

Your Basic Pay x 2.57
And Select the Cell same or nearest Higher to this amount arrived at in corresponding Level

If A is Higher than B, you can select No. 1 option i.e Revising the Pay with effect from 1st January 2016
If B is Higher than A , You can select the date of my next increment Date in Option no.2. i.e Revising the Pay with effect from 1st July 2016

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