Reduction for two years to a lower stage without cumulative effect – Regulation of Pay : Case History No. 2

Reduction to a lower stage for two years without cumulative effect –
Regulation of Pay : Case History No. 2


Case History No. 2


(ii)
Case 2: Reduction to a lower stage [penalty under Rule 11 (iii a)]

The penalty of reduction to a lower stage in the time-scale of pay by one stage for
a period of two years, without cumulative effect and not adversely affecting his
pension is
imposed on a Government servant w.e.f.
13.08.2017. The
Government servant is drawing Rs.50500 in Level 7 of Pay Matrix. Pay would be fixed on following manner:

When the date of increment is
1st January
When the date of Increment
is 1st July
Pay when Penalty imposed Rs. 50500 [5th Cell of Level 7] Rs. 50500 [5th Cell of Level 7]
Reduced Pay
w.e.f. 13.08.2017
[pay during the
currency period
from 13.08.2017
to 12.08.2019]
Rs. 49000 [4th Cell of Level 7] Rs. 49000 [4th Cell of Level 7]
Increment

(notional)
 On 1st January, 2018

Rs. 52000 [6th Cell of Level 7]
On 1st January, 2019 Rs. 53600 [7th Cell of Level 7]
 On 1st July, 2018
 Rs. 52000 [6th Cell of
Level
7]

On 1st July, 2019 Rs. 53600 [7th Cell of Level 7]
Pay w.e.f. 13.08.2019  Rs. 53600 [7th Cell of Level 7]
w.e.f. 1.01.2020, his pay will
be 55200 [8th Cell of Level 7]
after drawl of due increment
 Rs. 53600 [6th Cell of Level 7]
On 1.07.2020, his pay will
be 55200 [8th Cell of Level
7] after drawl of due
increment
Read also :  DoPT Instructions on Exemption from Transfer and Rotational Transfer

Annexure II :-

COMMENTS