Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Bunching of stages in 7th CPC revised pay structure under CCS (RP) Rules, 2016

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Bunching of stages in 7th CPC revised pay structure under CCS (RP) Rules, 2016

Recommendations of the 7th Central pay Commission - bunching of stages in the revised pay structure under Central Civil Services (Revised pay) Rules, 2016.

No.1-6/2016-IC
Government of India
Department of Expenditure
mplementation Cell

Room No.214, The Ashok, New Delhi
Dated the 7th September, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Recommendations of the 7th Central pay Commission - bunching of stages in the revised pay structure under Central Civil Services (Revised pay) Rules, 2016.

The undersigned is directed to say that in view of the recommendation of the 7th Central pay Commission regarding bunching of stages in the revised pay structure. It has been decided that in cases where in revision of pay, the pay of Government servants drawing pay at two or more stages in pre-revised Pay Band and Grade Pay or scale, as the case may be, get fixed at same Cell in the applicable Level in the new Pay Matrix, one additional increment shall be given for every two stages bunched and the pay of Government servant drawing higher pay in pre-revised structure shall be fixed at the next vertical Cell in the applicable Level.

2. For this purpose, pay drawn by two Government servants in a given Pay Band and Grade pay or scale where the higher pay is at least 3% more than the lower pay shall constitute two stages. Officers drawing pay where the difference is less than 3% shall not be entitled for this benefit.

3.  As per illustration given in para 5.1.37 of the Report of the 7th Central Pa Commission, if two persons drawing pay of 53,000 and 54,590 in the GP 10,000  are to be fitted in the new Pay Matrix. the person drawing pay of 53,000 on multiplication by a factor of 2.57 will expect a pay corresponding to Rs.1,36,210 and the person drawing pay of Rs.54,590 on multiplication by a factor of 2.57 will expect a pay corresponding to Rs.1.40,296. Revised pay of both should ideally be fixed in the first cell of Level 14 in the pay of Rs.1,44,200 but to avoid bunching the person drawing pay of Rs. 54,590 will get fixed in second cell of Level 14 in the pay of 1,48,500.

sd/-
(R.K.Chaturvedi)
Joint Secretary to the Govt of India


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5 comments:

Unknown said...

The example given has got difference between higher and lower pay less than 3%. Yet benifit has been shown to be given. It creates confusion rather than clarification

Mahesh Rai said...

In example 53000 & 54900 is included with grade pay 10000. so difference is 3% is correct.

Assitant accounts officer said...

What if the difference between senior and junior is 24.75 per cent how many stages will be increased incase of the senior?

TANAY KUMAR said...

Its not an example. This illustration has been given in the 7th CPC report. But it is not accepted by the Govt. We must think what Govt. accepted against recommendation in connection with the para 5.1.37. It is clear that every two increment in 6th. CPC bunched and get benefit of one increment in 7th. CPC.

Anonymous said...

O.M., issued by Implementation Cell, Department of Expenditure regarding bunching of stages (earlier known as bunching of increment) has created not only confusion but also misled most of people as everyone interprets the meaning of order in their own interest. IC Cell should immediately clarify the essence of the O.M. so that the further process of pay fixation in consideration bunching of stages ( as per provision contained in 5.1.36 of report) could be carried out and senior people can avail the opportunity of bunching.
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