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7th CPC Group ‘X’ Pay for Junior Commissioned Officer/Other Rank in Army

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7th CPC Group ‘X’ Pay for Junior Commissioned Officer/Other Rank in Army

Definition of Existing Basic Pay as per Gazette Notification issued by Ministry of Defence on 3.5.2017…

“Existing Basic Pay” means pay drawn in the prescribed existing Pay Band and Grade Pay but it does not include any other types of pay like Special Pay, Military Service Pay, Group ‘X’ Pay etc.

Group ‘X’ Pay is a fixed amount admissible to a Junior Commissioned Officer/Other Rank of Group ‘X’, because of his higher educational qualification vis-à-vis aJunior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank of Group ‘Y’

The Levels for same ranks in trade Group ‘X’ and trade Group ‘Y’ shall be same. Group ‘X’ Pay shall be admissible on drawal of pay in the prescribed Level in the Pay Matrix at

(a) a higher rate of Rs 6,200, for Group X’ trades which requires a qualification equivalent to a diploma recognised by All India Council for Technical Education; and

(b) a lower rate of Rs 3,600, for other Group ‘X’ trades, but not having a technical qualification recognised by All India Council for Technical Education;

(iii) when a Junior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank in relevant Group ‘X’ trades drawing a lower rate of Group ‘X’ Pay acquires a higher technical qualification equivalent of a diploma recognised by All India Council for Technical Education, he shall be admissible to higher rate of Group ‘X’ Pay with the approval of concerned Competent Authority.

(iv) when a Junior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank is re-mustered from Group ‘Y’ to Group ‘X’, he shall be admissible Group ‘X’ Pay as applicable under sub–clause (ii) above; and

(v) Group ‘X’ Pay shall be counted as pay for the purpose of computation of dearness allowance only.

7th CPC Group ‘X’ Pay for Warrant Officer/Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman in Air Force

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7th CPC Group ‘X’ Pay for Warrant Officer/Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman in Air Force

Definition of Existing Basic Pay as per Gazette Notification issued by Ministry of Defence on 3.5.2017…

“Existing Basic Pay” means pay drawn in the prescribed existing Pay Band and Grade Pay but it does not include any other types of pay like Special Pay, Military Service Pay, Group ‘X’ Pay etc.

Group ‘X’ Pay is a fixed amount admissible to a Warrant Officer/Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman of Group ‘X’ only, because of his higher educational qualification vis-à-vis a Warrant Officer/Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman of Group ‘Y’.

(ii) The Levels for same ranks in trade Group ‘X’ and trade Group ‘Y’ shall be same. Group ‘X’ Pay shall be admissible on drawal of pay in the prescribed Level in the Pay Matrix at:

(a) a higher rate of Rs 6,200, for Group X’ trades which requires a qualification equivalent to a diploma recognised by All India Council for Technical Education; and

(b) a lower rate of Rs 3,600, for other Group ‘X’ trades, but not having a technical qualification recognised by All India Council for Technical Education;

(iii) when a Warrant Officer/ Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman in relevant Group ‘X’ trades drawing a lower rate of Group ‘X’ Pay acquires a higher technical qualification equivalent of a diploma recognised by All India Council for
Technical Education, he shall be admissible to higher rate of Group ‘X’ Pay with the approval of concerned Competent Authority;

(iv) when a Warrant Officer/ Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman is re–mustered from Group ‘Y’ to Group ‘X’, he shall be admissible Group ‘X’ Pay as applicable under sub-clause (ii) above;

(v) Group ‘X’ Pay shall be counted as pay for the purpose of computation of dearness allowance only.

7th CPC Group ‘X’ Pay for Sailors in Navy

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7th CPC Group ‘X’ Pay for Sailors in Navy

Definition of Existing Basic Pay as per Gazette Notification issued by Ministry of Defence on 3.5.2017…

“Existing Basic Pay” means pay drawn in the prescribed existing Pay Band and Grade Pay but it does not include any other types of pay like Special Pay, Military Service Pay, Group ‘X’ Pay etc.

Group ‘X’ Pay is a fixed amount admissible to a Sailor of Group ‘X’ only, because of his higher educational qualification vis-à-vis a Sailor of Group ‘Y’

(ii) the Levels for same ranks in trade Group ‘X’ and trade Group ‘Y’ shall be same. Group ‘X’ Pay shall be admissible on drawal of pay in the prescribed Level in the Pay Matrix at

(a) a higher rate of Rs 6,200, for Group X’ trades which requires a qualification equivalent to a diploma recognised by All India Council for Technical Education; and,

(b) a lower rate of Rs 3,600, for other Group ‘X’ trades, but not having a technical qualification recognised by All India Council for Technical Education.

(iii) when a Sailor in relevant Group ‘X’ trades drawing a lower rate of Group ‘X’ Pay acquires a higher technical qualification equivalent of a diploma recognised by All India Council for Technical Education, he shall be admissible to higher rate of Group ‘X’ Pay with the approval of concerned Competent Authority;

(iv) when a Sailor is re-mustered from Group ‘Y’ to Group ‘X’, he shall be admissible Group ‘X’ Pay as applicable under clause (ii).

(v) Group ‘X’ Pay shall be counted as pay for the purpose of computation of dearness allowance only.

Authority: MoD Gazette Notification on Army Pay Rules 2017

7th CPC Stepping Up of Pay in Pay Matrix – Navy Pay Rules, 2017

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7th CPC Stepping Up of Pay in Pay Matrix – Navy Pay Rules, 2017

In cases where a senior Sailor promoted to a higher rank before the 1st of January, 2016 draws less pay in the Pay Matrix in the revised pay structure than his junior who is promoted to the higher rank on or after the 1st of January, 2016, the pay in the Pay Matrix of the senior Sailor in the revised pay structure shall be stepped up to an amount equal to the pay in the Pay Matrix as fixed for his junior in that higher rank, and such stepping up shall be done with effect from the date of promotion of the junior Sailor, subject to fulfilment of the following conditions, namely:–

(a) both the junior and senior Sailors belong to the same group or branch and the rank to which they have been promoted are identical in the same group or branch.

(b) the existing grade pay and the revised Level in the Pay Matrix of the lower and higher ranks in which they are entitled to draw pay are identical.

(c) the senior Sailor at the time of promotion is drawing equal or more pay than the junior.

(d) the anomaly is directly as a result of the application of the provisions of this regulation or any other regulation or order regulating pay fixation on such promotion in the revised pay structure.

Provided that if the junior Sailor was drawing more pay in the existing pay structure than the senior Sailor by virtue of any advance increments granted to him, the provisions of these regulations shall not be invoked to step up the pay in the Pay Matrix of the senior Sailor.

(ii) The senior Sailor shall be entitled to the next increment on completion of his required qualifying service with effect from the date of re-fixation of pay.

7th CPC Stepping Up of Pay in Pay Matrix – Air Force Pay Rules, 2017

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7th CPC Stepping Up of Pay in Pay Matrix – Air Force Pay Rules, 2017

There shall be stepping up of pay in pay matrix of a senior if a junior promoted after 1st January, 2016 draws more pay in pay matrix..–

(i) In cases where a senior Warrant Officer/Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman promoted to a higher rank before the 1st day of January, 2016 draws less pay in the Pay Matrix in the revised pay structure than his junior who is promoted to the higher rank on or after the 1st day of January, 2016, the pay in the Pay Matrix of the senior Warrant Officer/ Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman in the revised pay structure shall be stepped up to an amount equal to the pay in the Pay Matrix as fixed for his junior in that higher rank, and such stepping up shall be done with effect from the date of promotion of the junior Warrant Officer/Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman, subject to fulfilment of the following conditions, namely:

(a) Both the junior and senior Warrant Officers/Sergeants/Corporals/Leading Aircraftsmans/ Aircraftsmans belong to the same group/arm/ service/ branch and the rank to which they have been promoted are identical in the same group/arm/ service/ branch.

(b) The existing grade pay and the revised Level in the Pay Matrix of the lower and higher ranks in which they are entitled to draw pay are identical.

(c) The senior Warrant Officer/ Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman at the time of promotion is drawing equal or more pay than the junior.

(d) The anomaly is directly as a result of the application of the provisions of this Rule or any other rule or order regulating pay fixation on such promotion in the revised pay structure.

Provided that if the junior Warrant Officer/Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman was drawing more pay in the existing pay structure than the senior Warrant Officer/ Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman by virtue of any advance increments granted to him, the provisions of this Rule shall not be invoked to step up the pay in the Pay Matrix of the senior Warrant Officer/Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman.

(ii) The senior Warrant Officer/ Sergeant/Corporal/Leading Aircraftsman/Aircraftsman shall be entitled to the next increment on completion of his required qualifying service with effect from the date of re-fixation of pay.

7th CPC Stepping Up of Pay in Pay Matrix – Army Pay Rules, 2017

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7th CPC Stepping Up of Pay in Pay Matrix – Army Pay Rules, 2017

There shall be stepping up of pay in pay matrix of a senior if a junior promoted after 1st January, 2016 draws more pay in pay matrix:–

(i) In cases where a senior Junior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank promoted to a higher rank before the 1st day of January, 2016 draws less pay in the Pay Matrix in the revised pay structure than his junior who is promoted to the higher rank on or after the 1st day of January, 2016, the pay in the Pay Matrix of the senior Junior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank in the revised pay structure shall be stepped up to an amount equal to the pay in the Pay Matrix as fixed for his junior in that higher rank, and such stepping up shall be done with effect from the date of promotion of the junior Junior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank, subject to fulfilment of the following conditions, namely:–

(a) the junior and senior Junior Commissioned Officers/ Other Ranks belong to the same group and the rank to which they have been promoted are identical in the same group;

(b) the existing grade pay and the revised Level in the Pay Matrix of the lower and higher ranks in which they are entitled to draw pay are identical;

(c) the senior Junior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank at the time of
promotion is drawing equal or more pay than the junior; and
(d) The anomaly is directly as a result of the application of the provisions of these rules or any other rule or order regulating pay fixation on such promotion in the revised pay structure.

Provided that if the junior, Junior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank was drawing more pay in the existing pay structure than the senior Junior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank by virtue of any advance increments granted to him, the provisions of these rules shall not be invoked to step up the pay in the Pay Matrix of the senior Junior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank.

(ii) The senior Junior Commissioned Officer/ Other Rank shall be entitled to the next increment on completion of his required qualifying service with effect from the date of re–fixation of pay.

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