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Sixth Pay commission – towards realizing

Posted by Irus on August 21, 2008

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From paper to practicePresentation of 6th CPC Report to the Finance Minister of India

Today the sixth pay commission report as approved by the cabinet has been handed over to DOPT (Department of Personnel and Training) for its implementation.

some highlights of latest developments are

  1. Uniform Date of increment (July).
  2. Reduction in HRA for senior officers in A1 Cities, to bring parity with market rents in metros.
  3. De-merging of Grade Pays of Group B & C employees (which were earlier merged)

Updates from the States

The state governments seem to have been jolted awake with the elections coming closer. After Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu, Uttarkhand and more recently Sikkim have constituted pay panels.

In Sikkim The Chief Minister Pawan Chamling said that the State Government will soon implement Sixth Pay Commission in the State.

Where as in Uttarakhand government is considering a strategy to implement the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations in the hill state for its employees.

The government has constituted a high-powered two-member committee headed by former union petroleum and natural gas secretary Sushil Kumar Tripathi.

At present, the state government has 160,000 employees even as 65,000 jobs are lying vacant. In case these posts are filled, the government will require Rs 1,500 crore every year.

The government has come under considerable pressure after the Uttar Pradesh government announced its decision to implement the sixth pay panel recommendations. The state employees are hoping that they will get a hike of 25 per cent.

The main task of the committee will be to devise ways and means for the implementation of the sixth pay commission report in the hill state.

 

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Some of the regular Readers have been eager to know various aspects in which pay commission which will personally impact them. Such information as soon as available and authenticated will be posted here.   

for now the pay scales are expected to be these https://surispace.wordpress.com/2008/02/12/sixth-pay-commission-expected-payscales/ 

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Sixth Central Pay Commission: Where Is The So Called Bonanza!

Posted by Irus on March 27, 2008

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Table Courtesy:-

Ajay K Verma
Secretary, ISSA(EC),, Kolkata

Sixth Central Pay Commission: Where Is The So Called Bonanza!

 

Scale

Pre-revised scale

B. Pay

B.P+DP

DA (24%),

Total

Total (New),

Absolute Increase

% increase

Pay Band

 

 

 

(Old),

 

1. 

2.  <![endif]>

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

 
 

S – 1

2550-3200

Starting

2550

3825

918

4743

5740

997

21

-1S

 

End

3200

4800

1152

5952

6870

918

15

 

 

S – 2

2610 – 3540

Starting

2610

3915

940

4855

5950

1095

23

-1S

 

End

3540

5310

1274

6584

7560

976

15

 

 

S – 2A

2610 – 4000

Starting

2610

3915

940

4855

6150

1295

27

-1S

 

End

4000

6000

1440

7440

8560

1120

15

 

 

S – 3

2650 – 4000

Starting

2650

3975

954

4929

6270

1341

27

-1S

 

End

4000

6000

1440

7440

8610

1170

16

 

 

S – 4

2750 – 4400

Starting

2750

4125

990

5115

6790

1675

33

PB-1

 

End

4400

6600

1584

8184

9460

1276

16

 

 

S – 5

3050 – 4590

Starting

3050

4575

1098

5673

7210

1537

27

PB-1

 

End

4590

6885

1652

8537

9890

1353

16

 

 

S – 6

3200 – 4900

Starting

3200

4800

1152

5952

7570

1618

27

PB-1

 

End

4900

7350

1764

9114

10530

1416

16

 

 

S – 7

4000 – 6000

Starting

4000

6000

1440

7440

9360

1920

26

PB-1

 

End

6000

9000

2160

11160

12840

1680

15

 

 

S – 8

4500 – 7000

Starting

4500

6750

1620

8370

10630

2260

27

PB-1

 

End

7000

10500

2520

13020

14980

1960

15

 

 

S – 9

5000 – 8000

Starting

5000

7500

1800

9300

12900

3600

39

PB-2

 

End

8000

12000

2880

14880

18120

3240

22

 

 

S – 10

5500 – 9000

Starting

5500

8250

1980

10230

13770

3540

35

PB-2

 

End

9000

13500

3240

16740

19860

3120

19

 

 

S – 11

6500 – 6900

Starting

6500

9750

2340

12090

15510

3420

28

PB-2

 

End

6900

10350

2484

12834

16210

3376

26

 

 

S – 12

6500 – 10500

Starting

6500

9750

2340

12090

15510

3420

28

PB-2

 

End

10500

15750

3780

19530

22470

2940

15

 

 

S – 13

7450 – 11500

Starting

7450

11175

2682

13857

17570

3713

27

PB-2

 

End

11500

17250

4140

21390

24610

3220

15

 

 

S – 14

7500 – 12000

Starting

7500

11250

2700

13950

17850

3900

28

PB-2

 

End

12000

18000

4320

22320

25680

3360

15

 

 

S – 15

8000 – 13500

Starting

8000

12000

2880

14880

19320

4440

30

PB-2

 

End

13500

20250

4860

25110

28890

3780

15

 

 

New

8000 – 13500

Starting

8000

12000

2880

14880

21000

6120

41

PB-3

 

End

13500

20250

4860

25110

28890

3780

15

 

 

S – 16

9000 fixed

Starting

9000

13500

3240

16740

21390

4650

28

PB-3

 

S – 17

9000 – 9550

Starting

9000

13500

3240

16740

21390

4650

28

PB-3

 

End

9550

14325

3438

17763

22200

4437

25

 

 

S – 18

10325 – 10975

Starting

10325

15488

3717

19205

24070

4866

25

PB-3

 

End

10975

16462.5

3951

20413.5

25200

4786.5

23

 

 

S – 19

10000 – 15200

Starting

10000

15000

3600

18600

23500

4900

26

PB-3

 

End

15200

22800

5472

28272

32550

4278

15

 

 

S – 20

10650 – 15850

Starting

10650

15975

3834

19809

25040

5231

26

PB-3

 

End

15850

23775

5706

29481

34080

4599

16

 

 

S – 21

12000 – 16500

Starting

12000

18000

4320

22320

27480

5160

23

PB-3

 

End

16500

24750

5940

30690

35310

4620

15

 

 

S -22

12750 – 16500

Starting

12750

19125

4590

23715

29690

5975

25

PB-3

 

End

16500

24750

5940

30690

36210

5520

18

 

 

S – 23

12000 – 18000

Starting

12000

18000

4320

22320

28280

5960

27

PB-3

 

End

18000

27000

6480

33480

38920

5440

16

 

 

S – 24

14300 – 18300

Starting

14300

21450

5148

26598

32490

5892

22

PB-3

 

End

18300

27450

6588

34038

39450

5412

16

 

 

S – 25

15100 – 18300

Starting

15100

22650

5436

28086

34580

6494

23

PB-3

 

End

18300

27450

6588

34038

40150

6112

18

 

 

S – 26

16400 – 20000

Starting

16400

24600

5904

30504

36940

6436

21

PB-3

 

End

20000

30000

7200

37200

43200

6000

16

 

 

S – 27

16400 – 20900

Starting

16400

24600

5904

30504

36940

6436

21

PB-4

 

End

20900

31350

7524

38874

44770

5896

15

 

 

S – 28

14300 – 22400

Starting

14300

21450

5148

26598

48200

21602

81

PB-4

 

End

22400

33600

8064

41664

57990

16326

39

 

 

S – 29

18400 – 22400

Starting

18400

27600

6624

34224

52280

18056

53

PB-4

 

End

22400

33600

8064

41664

57990

16326

39

 

 

S – 30

22400 – 24500

Starting

22400

33600

8064

41664

59990

18326

44

PB-4

 

End

24500

36750

8820

45570

65090

19520

43

 

 

S – 31

22400 – 26000

Starting

22400

33600

8064

41664

61990

20326

49

PB-4

 

End

26000

39000

9360

48360

71270

22910

47

 

 

S – 32

24050 – 26000

Starting

24050

36075

8658

44733

65770

21037

47

PB-4

 

End

26000

39000

9360

48360

71270

22910

47

 

 

S – 33

26000 Fixed

Starting

26000

39000

9360

48360

80000

31640

65

Apex

 

S – 34

30000 Fixed

Starting

26000

39000

9360

48360

80000

31640

65

 

 

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Sixth Pay Commission – Pay Scales Released

Posted by Irus on March 21, 2008

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Updated 25th March 2008:-

Official : Sixth Pay Commission Pay Calculator

Comparing fifth and sixth Pay Commission reports.

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Some Observations :-

  1. Fifth CPC terminology of “Basic Pay” is comparable to Sixth CPC terminology of “Total Pay”.

  1. All previous pay commissions taken on average had given an increase of 3.3 times for basic pays.

  1. Sixth Pay commission has raised Basic/Total Pay 2.5 times on average and is lagging behind the previous pay commissions by 25% approximately.

  1. However allowances have been increased e.g. TA and Children education etc. quantum of increase being more than previous pay commissions.

  1. On the whole legitimate needs of employees have been met like Finance Minister stated during budget but it is far from being a Bonanza!

  1. What do you think does this CPC fulfill your expectations?

The full-text of the report has been released and put up on the web site of Sixth Central Pay Commission. Here are the links:

Here are some interesting write ups on Pay commission

http://pragmatic.nationalinterest.in/2008/03/21/pay-commission-bonanza-for-military/

http://vivekspace.com/2008/03/21/scpc-vi/

and finally studies on which CPC recommendations are based

http://india.gov.in/govt/cpc_studies.php

Happy Holi!

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Sixth Pay Commission expected pay scales

Posted by Irus on February 12, 2008

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Some observations

1. GroupA services have a trifurcated pay structure.

2. Lower limit is around 2.7 times increased and upper limit 6 times

3. There will be no stagnation in pay as increment periods are very long.

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