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7th CPC Recommendation and Decisions for Defence Forces personnel

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7th Pay Commission Resolution for Defence Forces personnel

7th CPC Recommendation and Decisions for Defence Forces personnel

Statement showing the recommendations of the Seventh Central pay Commission relating to principles which should the structure of Pension and other terminal benefits contained in Chapter 10.2 of the Report and the decisions of Government thereon.

Item : 1
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Revision of Pension or pre 7th CPC retirees. The Commission recommends following pension formulation for Defence Forces Personnel who have retired before 01.01.2016:-
(i) All the Defence Forces who retired prior to 01.01.2016 (expected date of implementation of the Seventh CPC recommendations) shall first be in the Pay Matrix being recommended by this Commission, on the basis of Pay Band and Grade Pay at which they retired, at the minimum of the corresponding level in the matrix. This amount shail be raised, to arrive at the notional pay of the retiree, by adding the number of increments he / she had earned in that level while in service, at the rate of three percent, Military Service pay shall be added to the amount which is arrived at after notionally fitting him in the 7th CPC matrix. Fifty percent of the total amount so arrived at shall be the revised pension.
(ii) The second calculation to be carried out is as fo!lows. The pension, as had been fixed the time of implementation of the CPC recommendations, shall be multiplied by 2.57 to arrive at an alternate value for the revised pension.
(iii) Pensioners shall be entitled to higher of the two. It is recognized that the fixation of the pension as formulation (i) above may take a little time sincæ the records of each pensioner will have to be checked to ascertain the number of increments eamed in the retiring level. It is, therefore, recommended that in the first instance the pension, may be fixed in terms of formulation (ii) above, till final fixation of the pension under the Seventh CPC matrix is undertaken. (Para 10.2.87 & 102.88 of the Report)
Decision of Government : Both the options recommended by the 7th Central Pay Commission as regards pension revision be accepted subject to feasibility of implementation. Revision or pension using the option based fitment factor of 2.57 be implemented by multiplying pension drawn 31.12.2015 immediately. The first option may be made applicable if its implementation found feasible after examination by the Committee comprising Secretary (Pension) as Chairman and Member (Staf)f Railway Borad, Member(Staff) D/0 Posts, Additional Secretary & FA. M/o Home Affairs Controller of General Accounts as Members

Item : 2.
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Rates of Pension, Family Pension & Special Family pension : The Commission does not recommend any further increase in the rate of pension for JCOs/ORs. (Para 10.2.22)
No change is being recommended by the Commission for either civilian or defence pensioners in Enhanced Ordinary Family Pensoin. (Para 10.2.33)
No further increase in the existing rate of Special Family Pension is recommended by Commission. (Para 10.2.3S)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 3
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Additional Pension and Family pension to the older pensioners.
No further increase in existing rate of additional pension and additional family pension with advancing age is recommended by the Commission. (Para 10.2.24)
No further increase in the existing rate of additional pension and additional family pension with advancing is recommended the Commission.(Para 10.2.37)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 4
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Pre-2006 Honorary Naib Subedar
This Commission does not find any merit in re-opening an issue that has been clearly settled. Therefore no change is being in this regard. (Para 10.2.26)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 5
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : The Commission does not recommend reduction in the qualifying service for entitlement of second pension to Defence Security Corps (DSC) personnel from 15 to 10 Years. (Para 10.2.28)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 6
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Depression in Pension for Qualifying Service
The Commission observes that pension formulation is appropriate end finds no justification for a review of the arrangements with regard to pension of Territorial Army Personnel. (Para 10.2.30)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 7
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Inclusion of War Injury Element/Disability Element in Computation of Family Pension.
The Commission does not recommended any Farther in the existing provisions with regard to inclusion of war injury, element/disability element in the computation of Pension. (Para 10.2.39)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 8
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Enhancement in rate the rate of disability pension.
The Commission is of the considered view that the regime implemented post VI CPC needs to be discontinued, and recommended a return to the slab based system. The slab rates for disability element for 100 percent disability would as follows:

pension-table
(Para 10.2.55)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 9
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Enhancing the Cover of Disability
The Commission recommends broad-banding of disability for all personnel retiring with disability, including premature cases/voluntary retirement cases for disability grater than 20 percent (Para 10.2.57)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 10
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Additional old age pension should be Applicable for Disability/War Injury Pension.
No further enhancement by inclusion of elements of disability/war injury pension has Seen recommended by the Commission.(Para 10.2.59)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 11
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Neither Attributable Nor Aggravated (NANA) cases, be awarded Disability Pension
The Commission recommends that while the existing regulations involving disability Neither Attributable Nor Aggravated (NANA) by service may continue, it is for the authorities to establish, in each case, through a reasoned order that disability Neither Attributable Nor Aggravated (NANA) by military service. (Para 10.2.61)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 12
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : War Injury Pension where Individual is Retained in Service
The Commission does not recommend any change in existing regime of payouts for those with war injury and retained in service. (Para 10.2.63)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 13
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Ex-gratia Lump Sum Compensation to Invalided out Defenee Personnel
The Commission has recommended an increase in the existing lump sum compensation of Rs.9 lakh for 100 percent disability to Rs.20 lakh. However it finds no justification to recommend broad banding for payment of Ex gratia award to service personnel boarded out on account of disability / war injury attributable to or aggravated by military Service. (Para 10.2.65)
Decision of Government : Accepted

Item : 14
Recommendation for past Defence Forces personnel : Ex Gratia Award to Cadets.
The Commission, however, keeping in views the facts relating cadets recommends an increase ex-gratia disability award from the existing Rs.6,300 per month to Rs.16,200 per month for 100 disability. (Para 10.2.67)
Decision of Government : Accepted

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