Thursday, July 3, 2008

Pay Revision Committee submitted its Recommendations for new salary hike

The Pay Revision Committee has suggested an additional pay of 15 per cent for the armed and paramilitary forces, over and above the revised basic pay scales. The committee has also proposed to upwardly revise the basic pay scales recommended by the Sixth Pay Commission (SPC) and an increase in grade pay at all levels.

For all central government employees, the SPC had recommended a maximum grade pay of Rs 13,000, while the committee has suggested Rs 18,000 as the highest grade pay. The grade pay fixed by the SPC for the junior most Group A officer was Rs 5,400, which the committee has increased to Rs 7,000. The committee has also suggested annual increments of four per cent instead of the 2.5/3.5 per cent recommended by the SPC. The suggestions drafted by the committee, headed by the Cabinet Secretary, are subject to final approval and sanction of the Cabinet.

However, the committee has also suggested that new pay scales be implemented with effect from July 1, 2007, instead of January 1, 2006, that was recommended by the SPC.If approved, this would imply that Central government employees would not get arrears equivalent to one and half year’s revised salary as was being expected.

The 15 per cent additional pay worked out by the committee ranges from Rs 1,248 per month at the lowest level to a maximum of Rs 9,048 at the highest.

In addition, the committee has suggested 15 pay scales instead of the 22 recommended by the SPC. It has that also suggested 10 pay bands instead of the four recommended by the latter.

The lowest pay scale (1-S) recommended by the SPC was 4440-7440 1300. The corresponding pay scale (PB-1) suggested by the committee is 5,500-16,500 with grade pay of Rs 2,500. The basic pay works out to be Rs 8,000 and with the inclusion of annual increment (4 pc), dearness allowance (15 pc) and the 15 per cent additional pay, the lowest gross pay works out to be Rs 10,816.

The highest pay scale recommended by the SPC was 39,200-67,000 13,000. The corresponding scale suggested by the committee is 40,000-60,000 along with a grade pay of Rs 18,000. In this scale, the basic pay works out to be Rs 58,000 and with the inclusion of increment, DA and additional pay the gross pay at the highest level (PB-10) works out to be Rs 78,416.

44 comments:

Anonymous said...

VERY EXCITING NEWS IF IMPLEMENTED SOON

Anonymous said...

will it pass through in this situation of high inflation and PC as FM will talk some financial terms and harward jorgans and postpone the implementation

Anonymous said...

as announced earlier it should be from 1.1.2006

K Narayana Murthy said...

When the sixth pay commission report is going to implement? egarly waiting for its implimentation.

Anonymous said...

Is there any news about the recommendations made by the COS. Please apprise. When will it be implemented.

Anonymous said...

could anybody indicate proposed Pay bands?

Anonymous said...

first time in the history of the central government the govt is going not to pay the arrears in cash instead they are going to merge it into your provident fund most probably with a rider that you cannot withdraw that amount for a particular time for eg about 2 or 3 years.sometimes they may give a percentage in cash and the rest will be merged with pf.

Anonymous said...

It will be implemented near oct-nov

The DON said...

arrears will be from july 1st, 2007

aishwarya said...

is there any arrear calculator for teachers?

amit gulia said...

the pay hike for the paramilitary personnel is not enough to compensate the tough nature of their duties

Anonymous said...

IT is very frustrating about delaying the decision on pay commission.
Already govt. jobs are rotten eggs.

Anonymous said...

Very Nice..! Where can we see the new pay bands and scales proposed by the commitee?

satpaul said...

all the Gov. employees are early waiting for its implementation. when will it be implemented.

Anonymous said...

bakwaas, poori ummeed pani me bah gaye!!!

Anonymous said...

why entire cost incurred on such useless report be not recovered from the members of pay commission. They wasted the govt money and proved to be disastrous so far the aspirations of govt servant is concerned.

Anonymous said...

the arrear should be given w.e.f 1.1.2006

Anonymous said...

This drama by Finance Minister P.chidambaram who insisted Sri Krishna to deliberately reduce the hike and the secretaries also following the same line of FM P.chidambaram.we Government employees should unite together to fight for our noble pay hike under the command of shri. KKN Kutty, Secretary, confederation of central Government Employees. Till we get our required pay hike we should strike till we get.

viru said...

it is frustrating to wait for so long. the prices of everything is beyong common man.I hope govt will have some money left after paying SP and new found allies.

Anonymous said...

Should be implemented from 1.1.06 the due date as recommended by the commission

Anonymous said...

even the report has been submitted by the 6th pay commission since long but neither it has been implemented nor any sort of Interim Relief announced by the Govt. so far. Inflation rate is being increased day by day but the Govt. is still silent and inactive. Please do it at the earliest so that the children of Govt. employee may also survive.

Ek Sadharan Sarkari Karmachari said...

Govt. employees should learn something from Col. Bainsala. They wont be given their due share unless they forcefully demand that. All of us should sit at our respective office gates unless govt. agrees to give something reasonable to its employees. After serving so many years in govt at low benifits they cant even move to pvt sector now.

Anonymous said...

The parrot was waiting for the fruit to ripe in a tree. Finally when the fruit riped cotten fibres came out; the poor parrot had nothing to taste and eat.
The central Government declared sixth pay commission from 01-01-2006. In the election year let us hope that the central government employees will not have the experience of the parrot.

P C said...

jab M.L.A./M.P ke bhatte bhadhane ki bat ati hai to koi kami nahi ki jati par emplyoees ki salary/bhhtte badhne ki baat ati hai to use rokne/kam karne ka har sambhav prayas kiya jata hai,jab ki employee sari jindgi govt.ke liye arpit kar deta hai.

Anonymous said...

How much more time Govt is going to take on implementation of this comittee report ?

Anonymous said...

The pay hike doesn't seems to be satisfactory keeping in view the inflation that has risen to such a high level. They say D.A at every half year is paid to compensate inflationary pressure. But see what is included in calculation of Inflation Rate and what everybody is facing in the market. Every time govt. employees are seen as a burden on Economy WHY ? As someone indiacated that it is going to thrash Indian Economy. Do you think a poor employee of Govt. if paid an increase of about 25 % after 11 years is burden and the other business class which is is sitting on about 75 % of Indian Economy and is evading a huge amount of tax, is doing very well ?
Why Govt. cannot pay the arrears w.e.f. 1.1.2006 ( after completion of 10 years of earlier pay revision ). Pay and other honorarium hike of Members of Parliament is very easy job. Just by thumping it can be approved. Think about the case of Govt. Employees without whom Govt. is handicapped.

Anonymous said...

the recommended pay scale for class-2 officer is not ok .kindly do the needful

Anonymous said...

revised report is very worst.effect date revision is shocking to all cg employees.what are the revised pay scales and pay bands.samy varam koduthalum poosari varam kodukka mattara.

Anonymous said...

please sent me recent/last update of pay scale 6th central pay commission.

Anonymous said...

Dear Friends,
When you are not AMBANI how you will be heard by this Government. If you are AMBANI even your family problem will be solved. But you are only a Government Employee. The government is not finding any time to discuss the Pay commission report for want of time. Theyy are all for IAEA and horse trading. What a pity. You assume, if British were the Rulers they would have done the job being their subordinate staff. But nobody can excpect any justice from the present Government. They are carig for the concern of BUSH and AMBANIs. Long live Ambanijis, Bush and Chidambaramjis and Man mohana Singjis. What a callous attitude. They are the wholesale Caretakers of Peasants and Farmers ? What a Pity.

Anonymous said...

Please implement the spc at the earliest.

geoji said...

what will be the fate of it if the government falls? or would it pass through before the floor test?

Geoji

Anonymous said...

Dear friends,

the Group C and D people are the real suffers always in the government sector. with regard to the Group C the scale of 5000, 5500 and 6500 can be merged which will be benefiticial to the lower cadres, who may be clerks and assistants working in the same cadre more than 12 to 22 years.
Please look into it

deepak said...

a central govt employee have to wait 10 years to get his wages revised. my salary is 7000. how many people can run there family with govt salary in current market expenditure.6cpc took almost 2 years, and spend a lot,now ministers, mp,mla salary are going to be revised .we dont any problem with that.But give us enough so that we can upgrade our living standrad.and lead a desent life.i am in group c catogary,i think we the railway people have to call for a strike.
sales is on, an MP worth 25 crore at delhi .is mr FM blind cant he see all these.
there is no money with govt for one who works hard swets for his country,but has enough for protecting there chairs.
long live INDIA....

Anonymous said...

now if UPA wants to win next election It has to accept the recomendations of the 6 pay commission as modified by SPC,but with the arrears from 1.1.12006.Otherwise employees class will not forget and forgive them ,it is my feelings.They should not delay it any more and show their affection towards employees which is much more than the CPI(left andright) ever thought

marathevikas said...

Hi! I am vikas working in railways presently my basic is Rs. 6050/- in the scale of Rs. 5000-150-8000. Please explain me what will the my basic pay in 6th pay commission

Anonymous said...

I think now there is no sense for delaying the implemantation of SPC report.As inflation has risen extremely,we are paying more without having any increase in incoming money.So now it is an urgent requirement of every govt.employee that these recommendations can be implemented as soon as possible.

arbind kumar said...

what was the need of the review committee if the sixth pay commission could have complete thier job. this is the way to unnecessary delay to implement it.

spm said...

Whatever they are going to give / Implement please give earliest

Anonymous said...

Early implementation of SPC, Employees seeking vigorously. It will be a fuel to the central governament employees. Early action in this regard.

Anonymous said...

Early implementation of SPC, Employees seeking vigorously. It will be a fuel to the central governament employees. Early action in this regard.

by
Sadanandam,
Hanamkonda,
Warangal-506009.

Anonymous said...

now really its a high time. I am serving in Mumbai, of course in Central Govt. I had the opportunity of witnessing to see the fireworks and crackers by the Public Sector Bank employees. And that too number of times, say once in two years or so. I could never feel proud of serving in Govt, after working for 35 years too. This is ridiculous. This FM should be dismissed as quickly as possible. Lets see if the new supporters of UPA do it. My blood is really boiling now. In my 35 yrs I got my 1st promotion after 21 yrs, and that too it added Rs.10/- to my basic pay. At least for now implement the SPC without any further delay and stop the non sense. Ye justice Sri Krishna ko bhi hamari bal bacchonki hai lagegi.

Anonymous said...

Hi ! There is no need to panic. This bundle of sarcastic europian dominated lot is not going to give our dues. Mr Manmohan Singh is a BECHARA and even if he wished to do some justice, 10 Janpaths European agenda at any cost to be paid to Honourable (since constitution mandates so though most of these lot doesn't deserve to be honourably called) Members of Parliament to look after the European Interests since she represents Europe in India. The only Revenge we could take at the time of up coming elections for some Legislative Assemblies and the Lok Sabha Elections. But even if we do so, the next NDA regime is also not going to give us any penny. You may remember that the NDA regive came to power at Centre riding on the shoulders of our KARGIL SHAHIDs and the Armed Forces. Whereas they did not look after the interests of the Armed Forces Even. Now it pains when Military Personnel are being compared with the Para Military and Police Personnel while Forces are requesting to subsidise a bit of their sacrifices. Our respected society can't forget that when the situation reaches its worst, mainly because of the Corrupt Police and BSF like Para Military Forces, the Armed Forces are called in. They are to face both External as well as the Internal Enemies. Fuel is poured by our SATTA LOLUP POLITICIANS on the ground of Human Rights Issues. How come someone expect the Armed Forces Personnel to differentiate between lots of people under one roof whether who are anti-social elements and who are innocent civilians ? May God give this Horse Trading Central Govt some Mercy so that they realise the hardships of Govt Employees, Especially the Armed Forces Personnel ( Army, Navy, Air Force and the Ex Servicemen from all these three Services ) at the earliest and give them their dues. There is no sense talking about the different NATAK Episodes on the Insistense of Mr PC by Justice Srikrishna or Mr Chandrashekhar and band. The findings are as per the wishes of Mr PC.

Anonymous said...

Contractual employees act as extra perk for the regular employees