7th CPC minimum two increments may be ensured on promotion – NAC Agenda Item No. 5

7th CPC minimum two increments may be ensured on promotion – NAC Agenda Item No. 5

7th CPC minimum two increments may be ensured on promotion – NAC Agenda Item No. 5
NAC-Agenda-Item-No.5

7th CPC Minimum benefit of two increments may be ensured on promotion so that
accepting promotion may not be disincentive to the employees

Item No 5 : Removal of Anomaly in Pay Matrix

The Pay of officials drawing different Grade Pay is fixed in the same stage in different pay level of 7th CPC Pay Matrix.

Example:

Sl.
Pay
Grade Pay
Total
X 2.57
Level
Pay (in the Pay Matrix)
1
22900
5400
28300
72731
9
73400
2
22860
5400
28260
72628
9
73400
3
23660
4600
28260
72628
7
74300
4
23670
4800
28470
73168
8
74300
5
25010
6600
31600
81238
11
83300
6
24000
7600
31600
81212
12
83600
7
26800
4800
31600
81212
8
83600
8
27000
4600
31600
81212
7
83600
9
27400
4200
31600
81212
6
83600

The above table is depicting the pay fixation as per the Pay Matrix. The following anomalies may be noted.

a) Revised Pay of an employee who has drawn 28300 (SL-I) higher basic pay in the pre-revised scale is fixed at the same stage (74300) than the employee who have drawn lower basic pay in the pre-revised scale (see Sl-2, Sl-3)

b) Revised basic pay of an employee who had drawn 28470 (SL-4) higher basic pay in the pre-revised scale is fixed at the same stage 74300 than the employees who have drawn basic pay in the pre-revised scale (see SL-1, Sl-2, SL-3)

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c) Revised basic pay of an employee whose revised basic comes to 81238 (SL-5) in the revised scale is fixed at a stage (83300) equal to the employees who revised basic pay comes to 81212 (see Sl-7,8,9)

d) Revised basic pay of employees drawing GP of 4200, 4600, 4800, 7600 (SL-6,7,7,9) are fixed at the same stages from index Serial 9 to 20 (44900 to 62200) of level -6 (4200 GP), stages from index serial 1 to 12 (44900 to 62200) of level -6 (4200 GP), stages from index serial 1 to 12 (44900 to 62200) in Level -7 (4600 GP) and stages from index-2 to 10 (44900 to 62200) in Level -8 (GP-4800) are one and the same in the feeder cadre and promoted level. As a result as their pay on promotion will be fixed in the cell which would be equal to the amount in the lower level after addition of one increment.

e) An employee who is drawing more pay in the pre-revised pay is being fixed less in the revise pay eg. Revised Basic Pay drawing 21320 with GP 5400 will be fixed at 69000 on 01.01.2016 (Level 10)where as basic pay of an employee drawing 21300 with GP 5400 (Level 10) where as basic pay of an employee drawing 21300 with GP 5400 will be fixed at 69200 on 01.01.2016 (Level 9)

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f) Similarly when an employee drawing 4600 GP (Level 7) is granted MACP to 4800 GP (level 8) there is no change in his revised basic pay as per Pay Matrix.

Construction of pay matrix is done in such a way that on promotion in most of the cases the fixation falls at the same stage (even though pay level is lower and higher) thus the benefit on promotion is only the annual increment. If minimum benefit of two increments is not ensured on promotion, that will act as disincentive to the employees for accepting promotion. 

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Agenda Item No 1: Anomaly in computation of Minimum Wage

Agenda Item No 2: 3% Increment at all stages

Agenda Item No 3: Removal of condition of 3% stipulated to grant bunching benefit

Agenda Item No 4: Fixation of Pay on Promotion

Agenda Item No 5: Removal of Anomaly in Pay Matrix

Agenda Item No 6: Anomaly due to index rationalization

Agenda Item No 7:  Anomaly arising from the decision to reject option No.1 in pension fixation

Agenda Item No 8: Lesser Pay in higher Level of Pay Matrix

Agenda Item No 9: Bunching of steps in the Revised Pay structure

Agenda Item No 10: Minimum Pension

Agenda Item No 11: Date of Effect of Allowances – HRA, Transport Allowance, CEA etc.

Agenda Item No 12: Parity in Pay Scale between Sr Auditor/Sr Accountant of IA&AD

Agenda Item No 13: Parity in Pay Scales between Assistants/Stenographers

Agenda Item No 14: Grant of GP 5400 to Senior Section Officer of Railways & AAOs of IA&AD

Agenda Item No 15: Technical Supervisors of Railways
 

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