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Govt asks PFRDA to make pension scheme universal
Sidhartha / Mumbai August 30, 2008, 0:27 IST

Soon, non-salaried individuals will have the option to save for their retirement with authorised fund managers.

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The government has asked the Pension Fund Regulatory & Development Authority (PFRDA) to open the retirement scheme — which has so far been confined to central government employees — to the self-employed and those in the unorganised sector.

“We have asked PFRDA to frame a scheme (that will be applicable) for any citizen,” Finance Minister P Chidambaram said at a function organised by the National Securities & Depositories Ltd (NSDL) to launch record-keeping services for the pension business.

At present, non-salaried people do not have any scheme to save for their retirement needs. For those who are members of the Employees Provident Fund Organisation, there is the option of the Employees Pension Scheme, which is facing a deficit of over Rs 20,000 crore.

The non-salaried also have the option of buying annuity schemes from insurance companies that earn them a monthly pension.

Under the new scheme, subscribers will be able to receive 40 per cent of the amount in hand once they retire. The remaining 60 per cent will be invested in annuities offered by insurance companies that will earn them a monthly income.

Subscribers to this scheme will have to option to change their fund managers and the investment pattern during the course of the pension scheme.

MAKING ALLOWANCES
* Proposal to universalise the scheme suggested by pension fund regulator D Swarup around 12 months ago
* The proposal has been discussed with the law ministry which has concurred with the finance ministry that statutory backing may not be essential
* Fund managers to offer retirement plans by signing agreements with PFRDA.
* Scheme to allow subscribers to receive 40% of savings in hand once they retire & remaining 60% in monthly income-earning annuities
* Subscribers to have the option to change fund managers and investment pattern during the course of the scheme
* PFRDA seeks level playing filed on taxation. Wants exemption at the time of withdrawal

The government was earlier planning to expand the scheme to self-employed people after the passage of the PFRDA Bill that will provide legal backing to the regulator and enable it to notify investment and other norms.

Though the Bill has been approved by the Parliamentary standing committee, opposition from the Left parties had meant that the Centre has been unable to introduce it in Parliament, after incorporating the changes that were suggested.

Although the regulator is still working on the blueprint for the scheme for individuals, the thinking within government is to allow fund managers to offer retirement plans by signing agreements with PFRDA.

The agreement will prescribe the investment norms, depending on the scheme that individuals opt for, and any deviation from the guidelines will attract stiff penalties, said an official associated with the development.

Sources added that the scheme, first suggested by PFRDA Chairman D Swarup around 12 months ago, has been discussed with the law ministry which has concurred with the finance ministry’s assessment that a statutory backing may not be essential to kick off the scheme.

For Central government employees, PFRDA has signed agreements with the three fund managers — State Bank of India, Life Insurance Corporation and UTI — that allow up to 15 per cent of the corpus to be invested in equities. Once the scheme is opened up for individuals, more investment options are likely to be thrown in, including a complete debt scheme.

The default option could be a scheme where the investment profile will change from equity-biased to debt-focussed as a subscriber to the scheme ages.

At present, fund managers are managing the Centre’s corpus of Rs 1,500 crore, which could touch Rs 4,000 crore over the next few months as the 19 states sign agreements with NSDL (the central recordkeeping agency), the three designated fund managers, Stock Holding Corporation of India (the custodian) and a trustee bank. Once the scheme is approved by the government, the regulator may throw open the business to more fund managers.

In addition to providing long-term savings and a social security net, the fund managers will emerge as some of the largest domestic institutional investors in the equity as well as the debt markets in the coming years.

The regulator has also approached the finance ministry to review the tax benefits available for investment in pension schemes. At present, investment in pension is taxed at the time of withdrawal while EPFO and many small savings schemes are exempted from taxes at the time of investment, during accumulation and at the time of withdrawal. “That’s an issue that needs to be addressed,” Swarup said at the NSDL function.

The need for a new law arose on several counts including the fact that the number of companies has expanded from 30,000 in 1956 to over 700,000 at last count.

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vishwa kalyan september 2008


Vishwa Kalyan
A mission For removal of sufferings of mankind and Welfare of the Universe
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Shri P.S.Varadarajan (Guruji)

Om Parashakti Namo Namaha
Sarvesham Swasthir Bhavathu Sarvesham Shanthir Bhavathu
Sarvesham Poornam Bhavathu Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavathu
Loka Samastha Sukhino Bhavanthu

Respected Sir/Madam,
Namaskar,

Om Aim Kleem ka ae ee la hreem ha cha ka ha la hreem sa ka la hreem
Chant this mantra daily for at least 21 times daily for removal of all sufferings and seeking prosperity from Goddess Parashakti

Excerpts from Guruji’s blessings on Om TV Tuticorin
Om Parashakti Namo Namaha, dear bhakta koti, satsanga premi bhakta janaha, my salutations to all of you, good and bad things do not come from others, it is a result of your own sat karma and dushkarma . Each day from the time we get up till the next day (even in our sleep) we do lot of karma through our thoughts, actions, speech, etc and they can be good or bad. The almighty gives us seven chances to rectify our mistakes through seven janmas but we hardly realise this and blame him for everything and never thank him for the rewards and blessings he showers on us making our lives further miserable. One thing is for sure that the supreme power you may call it by any name is the most kind and benevolent energy which is ready to forgive our minor mistakes but we continue to do sin and sink ourselves deeper into worldly pleasures and continue harm others by our deeds and speech and actions. Just remember whatever we do would continue to be with us through our generations and our own janmas until and unless we do some good deeds to wipe off our bad debts it can not be written off. We got this human form due to our performance in our previous births but can be relegated to 84,00000 yonis or forms ranging from plants, insects, reptiles, mammals, etc if we do not improve our score. We can do puja, chanting, prayers, etc in whatever form or religion we may practice to get salvation and escape from this vicious circle of life and death. You can do annandhanam i.e distribution of food to the needy, do some charity, help others in need, be courteous, speak pleasant language, spread love, do not differentiate between people, there are thousands of things which does not costs you anything but which only you can do. So my dear devotees the solution lies with you as you are the problem. Mend your ways and make your life and others life happy and prosperous.

Navagraha Gayathris ( pls recite 109 times as per the day applicable, it has its own effect ) sent by Mrs. Radha Ram

1. Surya Gayatri :

Ohm Aswadwajaya Vidmahe Padmahastaaya Dheemahi
Thanne Surya Prachothayaath.
Ohm Namo Bhagavathe Suryaya Namaha.

2. Chandra Gayatri :

Ohm Nisakharaaya Vidmahe Kalaanaathaya Dheemahi
Thanne Chandra Prachothayaath.
Ohm Namo Bhagavathe Chandraya Namaha

3. Ankaraka Gayatri :

Ohm Ankarakaaya Vidmahe Bhumi Baalaaya Dheemahi
Thanne Kuja Prachothayaath.
Ohm Namo Bhagavathe Angarakaaya Namaha.

4. Budha Gayatri :

Ohm Budha Grahaaya Vidmahe Indu Putraaya Dheemahi
Thanne Budha Prachothayaath.
Ohm Namo Bhagavathe Budhaaya Namaha.

5. Guru Gayatri :

Ohm Surachaaryaaya Vidmahe Sura Sreshtaaya Dheemahi
Thanno Guru Prachothayaath.
Ohm Namo Bhagavathe Gurave Namaha.

6. Sukra Gayatri :

Ohm Rajathaabhaaya Vidmahe Bruhu Sudhaaya Dheemahi
Thanne Sukra Prachothayaath.
Ohm Namo Bhagavathe Sukraaya Namaha.

7. Sani Gayatri :

Ohm Kaakadwajaaya Vidmahe Khadga Hastaaya Dheemahi
Thanno Manda Prachothayaath.
Ohm Namo Bhagavathe Sanishcharaaya Namaha.

8. Rahu Gayatri :

Ohm Sookha Danthaaya Vidmahe Ugra Roopaaya Dheemahi
Thanno Raahu Prachothayaath.
Ohm Namo Bhagavathe Rahave Namaha.

9. Kethu Gayatri :

Ohm Chitra Varnaaya Vidmahe Sarpa Roopaaya Dheemahi
Thanne Kethu Prachothayaath.
Ohm Namo Bhagavathe Kethave Namaha.

THE FUTURE OF INDIA

Children of India, I am here to speak to you today about some practical things, and my object in reminding you about the glories of the past is simply this. Many times have I been told that looking into the past only degenerates and leads to nothing, and that we should look to the future. That is true. But out of the past is built the future. Look back, therefore, as far as you can, drink deep of the eternal fountains that are behind, and after that, look forward, march forward and make India brighter, greater, much higher than she ever was. Our ancestors were great. We must first recall that. We must learn the elements of our being, the blood that courses in our veins; we must have faith in that blood and what it did in the past; and out of that faith and consciousness of past greatness, we must build an India yet greater than what she has been. There have been periods of decay and degradation. I do not attach much importance to them; we all know that. Such periods have been necessary. A mighty tree produces a beautiful ripe fruit. That fruit falls on the ground, it decays and rots, and out of that decay springs the root and the future tree, perhaps mightier than the first one. This period of decay through which we have passed was all the more necessary. Out of this decay is coming the India of the future; it is sprouting, its first leaves are already out; and a mighty, gigantic tree, the Urdhvamula, is here, already beginning to appear; and it is about that that I am going to speak to you.

With the giving up of quarrels all other improvements will come. When the life-blood is strong and pure, no disease germ can live in that body. Our life-blood is spirituality. If it flows clear, if it flows strong and pure and vigorous, everything is right; political, social, any other material defects, even the poverty of the land, will all be cured if that blood is pure. For if the disease germ be thrown out, nothing will be able to enter into the blood.

I do not mean to say that other things are not necessary. I do not mean to say that political or social improvements are not necessary, but what I mean is this, and I want you to bear it in mind, that they are secondary here and that spirituality is primary.

Swami Vivekananda.
Discoveries: Cancer patients try alternatives; older neighborhoods good for you; Vitamin C used against cancer
HealthDay News, New York Times News Service August 10, 2008
Patients turn to alternatives
As many as 61 percent of cancer patients use complementary therapies such as prayer, relaxation, meditation and massage, researchers from the American Cancer Society report.

For the study, published in the Sept. 1 issue of Cancer, researchers collected data on 4,139 cancer survivors. Of these, 61.4 percent of the patients used prayer; 44.3 percent used relaxation techniques; 42.4 percent used faith/spiritual healing; 40.1 percent used nutritional supplements such as vitamins; 15 percent used meditation; 11.2 percent used massage; and 9.7 percent participated in support groups.

On the other hand, only 0.4 percent of the patients used hypnosis; 1 percent used biofeedback therapy; and 1.2 percent used acupressure or acupuncture.

The benefits of these therapies are still unclear, researchers said.
Thanks to western medical science, the common perception is that healing is associated just with the removal of symptoms. But actually healing implies returning to a state of alignment with our true selves. This is exactly what Reiki is all about.
Reiki is basically a Japanese form of healing and its popularity is mushrooming day-by-day across the globe. What makes it stand out among all healing practices is that it imbibes elements of just about each one of them, namely: spiritual healing, auras, chakra balancing, meditation, naturopathy and homeopathy. Reiki is a Japanese word derived from two words- ‘rei’ meaning ‘free passage’ and ‘ki’ meaning ‘vital life force energy’.
Reiki is believed to have originated in Tibet about thousands of years ago. Seers in the Orient studied energies in detail and came forward with a system of sounds and symbols for universal healing energies. This formed the basis for the root system. The credit for rediscovering this root system in the mid-to late 1800s goes to Dr. Mikao Usui, a Japanese Christian educator from Kyoto. He taught Reiki in Japan until his death around 1893. In the present day, the two major forms of Reiki being practiced are: “the Usui System of Natural Healing” and “the Radiance Technique”.
The technique involves the Reiki practitioner gently resting his/her hands over the patient’s body in a series of hand positions in such a manner that covers the recipient’s head, trunk, legs and feet. A flow of energy through the practitioner’s hand to the client’s body occurs. Reiki healing energy functions by providing a means to balance Auras- the human energy fields, and Chakras- the energy centres, to create conditions requisite for the body’s healing system to work properly.
Reiki is a very powerful and beneficial form of healing. Reiki is useful in treating serious illnesses as well as minor ones. For e.g. sports injuries, cuts, burns, internal diseases, emotional disorders, and stress-related illnesses.
Some of the major benefits it provides to the receiver are listed below:
• A deep state of relaxation.
• Significant reduction in stress.
• Removal of symptoms.
• Aids spiritual growth and emotional clearing.
• Overall well-being.
Till now, Reiki appears to be a safe option. It induces a deep sense of tranquility and relaxation in the clients, so much so that they might also feel warm, tingly, sleepy and refreshed. As far as side effects of Reiki are concerned, none have been reported so far.
A person, who is interested in practicing Reiki, does not require any special credentials to receive training. The important thing to be borne in mind is that it must be learned from a person who is immensely experienced at it.
To sum up, Reiki is a simple, non-invasive, natural healing therapy that works by gently balancing life energies and thus improving the overall health of the patient.
Published: Saturday, August 9, 2008
A method of healing that is not medicine
The article entitled “Faith and Healing” in last Sunday’s health section, while thought provoking, contained some factual inaccuracies. Foremost was the statement that “there’s no solid proof of a causal relationship between religion/spirituality and improved health.”

The very teaching and religion of Christ Jesus was indisputable evidence of the effect of a spiritual sense of life and spirit on the health and morals of those who were open to those teachings. The Gospel accounts are full of healing; Jesus instructed his disciples to do the same. And they did.

That evidence from the Bible has been brought forth today in the teachings of Mary Baker Eddy, a native of New Hampshire, in her book, “Science and Health” with Key to the Scriptures. She discovered, in 1866, what it was that produced these marvelous results.

She saw that real medicine was in mind, God, and therefore it was wholly spiritual. This discovery was based in the scriptures and born out in her life and works when she healed the same way that Christ Jesus expected and commanded his followers to do. He said, “Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” This is what he did, and he did it without material medicine.

Eddy discovered that truth and taught how this could be done, and her followers have been doing the same healing work since she started teaching it in 1868.

Her book teaches it today, and the last 100 pages of that book are accounts of the most troublesome diseases that were healed without medicine of any kind by people who read the book.

Faith, coupled with a spiritual understanding of God, brings healing. This faith and understanding are not at odds with science, but are at the core of Christian Science.

“The prayer that reforms the sinner and heals the sick is an absolute faith that all things are possible to God – a spiritual understanding of Him, an unselfed love.” (Science and Health, p. 1).

I thought your readers would want to know that there is a causal relationship between spirituality and health, and that there is a method of healing that departs from material medicine.
Douglas Keith
Amherst

The FACTS of the healing that transcends human medicine are those who have been thus healed. The honest among practitioners of human medicine will and DO aknowledge these living and actual facts.

Christian Science, while a worthy practitioner of the higher healing, by no means possesses it.

I do not discredit any method or level of healing, merely say that the lower must inevitably bow to the higher.

Reiki: an art of healing

Dr. P.A.Abraham Professor of English Faculty of Education Sana’a University abbyraju@y.net.ye

Reiki (‘Ray-key’) is a Japanese word for Universal Life Energy. It is an ancient healing art rediscovered more than hundred years ago by Dr. Mikao Usui, a Japanese Priest. It is defined as the power, which acts and lives in all created matter. This energy is everywhere in the universe and in abundance.
In this system Reiki practitioners or channels can pass on Universal Life Energy to themselves and others thereby energizing and healing them. Once a person has been opened up to become a “channel” of Reiki, life energy will flow through his/her hands of its own accord and he/she will retain this ability for the rest of the life. This energy can then be passed on to self or others simply by laying on hands. It is a simple “touch and heal” system. In fact, we are all born with this Universal life energy, but that our negative reaction to life events causes us to become less open with the result that the natural flow of energy is less pure and less available. Science recognizes the fact that the so-called solid objects are just densely vibrating energy that in fact there is no solid matter. Hermetic science also states “all is energy”. Energy is all around us and inside us as well. We constantly react and respond to energy without realizing it. Around us is an energy field which is referred to as “aura’. The aura has mainly three levels; emotional, mental and spiritual.
The atonement process of Reiki enables one to get in touch with the true essence. We tend to feel this essence or core self at times in our lives when we are in a heightened state of awareness. Reiki can provide the boost to help you develop that sense of awareness and with a daily practice of self-treatment, enables this awareness to grow. But Reiki needs a receptive ear. Our inner voice is the natural spokesperson for the wisdom of Universal Life Force Energy.

How does Reiki work?
The body is in fact energy vibrating at a certain frequency, and all its frequencies have their own natural flow. However, when we make a judgment about something (rather than discernment), the judgment gets stored in the cellular structure of the body in the form of a physical and/or emotional block. Emotions are a reaction to our thoughts or judgments about people and life’s situations. Since they distort the natural frequencies, negative thoughts or judgments are experienced as dense or uncomfortable vibrations. Such thoughts may turn into headaches, tension, stomachaches, ulcers etc. Anger, jealousy, greed, guilt, grief and other negative emotions can cause physical ailments. Plato has rightly pointed out that if you want to heal your body you must first heal your mind.
Through constant practice Reiki may actually heal all of these blockages by exposing them to the much higher vibratory frequency of Universal Life Force Energy, which can then penetrate and dissolve any blockages. Thus Reiki heals by calming the mind and raising the life force energy in the body. When we treat ourselves or someone with Reiki, we do this by laying our hands gently on various parts of the body with our fingers closed. We soon feel a kind of sensation in our palms like something flowing, warmth, pulling tingling etc. Each person reacts in a different way to Reiki and no general rule can be said to exist. The most common experience during a treatment is a sense of peace and relaxation and some even fall asleep. The effects of Reiki can be listed as follows:
• Reiki supports the body’s natural ability to heal itself. When practiced regularly it develops good health and resistance to sickness
• Reiki works on all levels- physical, emotional, mental and spiritual
• Reiki loosens up blocked energy and promotes the flow of energy thereby, providing a total relaxation
• Reiki energizes and balances body’s energy
• Reiki cleanses the poisons and toxins from the body
• Reiki is an extremely pleasant, holistic method of healing

Characteristics of a Reiki Treatment
• Reiki is always drawn and never given. Do not take credit or blame for the final result
• Reiki is an intelligent energy and follows its own logic, knowing where and to what extent it is required. Therefore it is not necessary to diagnose before treatment.
• There is no overdose of Reiki and it can never do any damage as it only flows in the area and quantity required by the recipient.
• No special kind of power or ability or knowledge is required for Reiki. It is simple and natural enough for anybody to learn and make use of.
• Reiki is passed only on request. Not without asking, except in case of family members and children, accidents and emergency.

Reiki Treatment
• Wear loose dresses comfortable for sitting or lying positions. Remove watches, Jewelry, rings, belts, wallets etc. Relax your mind and body and close your eyes.
• Wash hands before and after treatment
• You can sit in a comfortable position or lie down on a blanket or any sheet. Avoid sitting directly on ground. As far as possible keep the surrounding peaceful and serene and if possible, make a regular place for practicing Reiki.
• Start with an Attitude of Gratitude (Thank God for all the Blessings that you have, Thank yourself, Thank the Cosmic energy, Thank your parents and teachers…)
• Start with keeping your hands in cup shape, gently on various positions on your body. Follow from top to bottom wherever you feel the need of energy. Keep your hand for 3-5 minutes on each position. Problematical areas can be treated for more time (10-15) minutes, as required. If you know the positions of “Chakras”*on the body, try to give reiki on them.
• At the end once again thank yourself and Reiki.

Five Principles of Reiki
The first principle is: “ Just for today I will live with an attitude of gratitude”.
If we try to follow an attitude of gratitude, life becomes a never-ending expression of abundance. It is the tendency of human beings to concentrate on what we don’t have. Then we continue to experience the state of not having. As the saying goes “Count your Blessings’. If we begin to focus on all the good things that we have; our family, the beauty of nature, your education, your talents etc. a positive shift in our life will begin to occur. The greatest challenge is to maintain an attitude of gratitude when things go wrong.

The second Principle is: “Just for today, I will not worry”.
It is said that worry, hurry and curry are the root causes of all illness. Worry is a signal, which shows how stuck you are in the ego and its attachment to having things its way. It is one thing to have concern about our loved ones, or about taking care of business properly etc. It is quite another to keep on worrying about all these. Worrying over the past is also futile, as the past never exists. If you regret something you did in the past, feel your remorse fully until it dissipates and move on. Do not carry any guilt feelings, which are negative. If we brood over some past grievances, we start generating and experiencing negative emotions associated with the event, and though the event may be long gone, the emotions are refreshed and regenerated. The more we brood on this, more negative energy is generated. Each experience, whether good or bad should be considered as an opportunity.

The third Principle is: “Just for today I will not anger”.
Anger arises when the ego notices that things are not happening as you wish. An angry person generates negative vibration not only on himself but also in others. When you are angry, your blood pressure goes up and the whole atmosphere gets affected. The best emotional option is: ‘letting go’ of judging yourself and ‘the other’. It is really healing.

The fourth Principle is: “Just for today I will do my work honestly”.
Honesty is not only the best policy; it is also the safest policy. This principle addresses the need to choose a vocation, which helps you grow, and gives you a sense of fulfillment and you do the job that is allotted to you with commitment and sincerity. It also means that you need not be afraid of speaking the truth when required. To be true to yourself also means that we need to take time for ourselves, not be interrupted by anyone when you wish to be alone and it is essential for maintaining a peaceful existence. Eventually, the more we are willing to give to ourselves, the easier it will be t give to others in a natural way. Life is simpler, when we are true to ourselves.

The fifth Principle is: “Just for today I will show love and respect for all living beings”
Plants, animals, birds along with human beings are all parts of God’s creation and it is very important that we love and respect all living things. The weaker a living being is, the more sympathy and kindness it deserves.
The five Reiki principles given by Dr Usui, in fact, help us to improve the quality of our lives, even if you do not practice reiki. Dr. Usui probably recognized that, if used wisely, they would remove the cause of suffering and disease. If followed faithfully, these principles will lead to a more positive outlook towards life because, though they appear to be mere concepts and beliefs, they are totally wholesome and life affirming when integrated with daily practice of reiki.

*The word “Chakra” is derived from Sanskrit and means “Wheel”. Chakras are spiral energy centers, which exist in subtle energy body of ours and are responsible for the flow of energy throughout the body. It is said that there are seven major chakras and many minor chakras in our body. The seven major chakras are Root Chakra, Hara Chakra, Solar Plexus, Heart Chakra, Throat Chakra, Third Eye Chakra, and Crown Chakra. The chakras also correspond to mental and emotional states of a person and decide various aspects of ones behavior and development. A blockage in the energy flow of the chakra and excess energy can lead to imbalance and disharmony on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual values. These disturbances are often caused by psychological stress and trauma and painful experiences or excess of joy.

(The author of this article is a reiki practitioner)

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Therapeutic
Constant Remembrance is the ultimate therapeutic facility available to us. Because when you are remembering the Master, you cannot think of anything else, remember anything else. I make a very bold statement, a very bold claim, that it is the ultimate therapeutic measure beyond which there can be nothing else. Why? Because it is a Master we are remembering. It is a person with whom we have associated, whom we have loved, love still, in whom we have faith, who has performed so many things out of the ordinary, the most important being the transformation we see in ourselves.
Taken from Constant Remembrance, Sahaj Marg Education Series pp.153-4 -Rev. Chariji

Tips for you.
Health – Very Very Important Tips

Answer the phone by LEFT ear.
Do not drink coffee TWICE a day.
Do not take pills with COOL water.
Do not have HUGE meals after 5pm.
Reduce the amount of OILY food you consume.
Drink more WATER in the morning, less at night.
Keep your distance from hand phone CHARGERS.
Do not use headphones/earphone for LONG period of time….
Best sleeping time is from 10pm at night to 6am in the morning.
Do not lie down immediately after taking medicine before sleeping.
When battery is down to the LAST grid/bar, do not answer the phone as the radiation is 1000 times.

Forward this to those whom you CARE about!
Here are some healthy tip for your smartness & physical fitness.
Prevention is better than cure.
HEALTHY JUICES

Carrot + Ginger + Apple – Boost and cleanse our system.

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Apple + Cucumber + Celery – Prevent cancer, reduce cholesterol, and eliminate stomach upset and headache.

Tomato + Carrot + Apple – Improve skin complexion and eliminate bad breath.

Bitter gou rd + Apple + Milk – Avoid bad breath and reduce internal body heat.

Orange + Ginger + Cucumber – Improve Skin texture and moisture and reduce body heat.

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Pineapple + Apple + Watermelon – To dispel excess salts, nourishes the bladder and kidney.

Apple + Cucumber + Kiwi – To improve skin complexion.

Pear & Banana – regulates sugar content.

Carrot + Apple + Pear + Mango – Clear body heat, counteracts toxicity, decreased blood pressure and fight oxidization .

Honeydew + Grape + Watermelon + Milk – Rich in vitamin C + Vitamin B2 that increase cell activity and str engthen body immunity.

Papaya + Pineapple + Milk – Rich in vitamin C, E, Iron. Improve skin complexion and metabolism.

Banana + Pineapple + Milk – Rich in vitamin with nutritious and prevent constipation

Quite interesting!
Keep Walking…..

Jus to check this out……
The Organs of your body have their sensory touches at the bottom of your foot, if you massage these points you will find relief from aches and pains as you can see the heart is on the left foot.

Typically they are shown as points and arrows to show which organ it connects to.

It is indeed correct since the nerves connected to these organs terminate here.

This is covered in great details in Acupressure studies or textbooks.

God created our body so well that he thought of even this. He made us walk so that we will always be pressing these pressure points and thus keeping these organs activated at all times.

So, keep walking…

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Does Your Blood Type Reveal Your Personality?

Accord ing to a Japanese institute that does research on blood types, there are certain personality traits that seem to match up with certain blood types. How do you rate?

TYPE O You want to be a leader, and when you see something you want, you keep striving until you achieve your goal. You are a trend-setter, loyal, passionate, and self-confident. Your weaknesses include vanity and jealously and a tendency to be too competitive.
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KNOW ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF HAVING FRUITS AND VEGETABLES REGARDS, MANIKANDAN,

Fruit Benefit Benefit Benefit Benefit Benefit
apples Protects your heart prevents constipation Blocks diarrhea Improves lung capacity Cushions joints
apricots Combats cancer Controls blood pressure Saves your eyesight Shields against Alzheimer’s Slows aging process
artichokes Aids digestion Lowers cholesterol Protects your heart Stabilizes blood sugar Gua rd s against liver disease
avocados Battles diabetes Lowers cholesterol Helps stops str okes Controls blood pressure Smoothes skin
bananas Protects your heart Quiets a cough Strengthens bones Controls blood pressure Blocks diarrhea
beans Prevents constipation Helps hemorrhoids Lowers cholesterol Combats cancer Stabilizes blood sugar
beets Controls blood pressure Combats cancer Strengthens bones Protects your heart Aids weight loss
blueberries Combats cancer Protects your heart Stabilizes blood sugar Boosts memory Prevents constipation
broccoli Strengthens bones Saves eyesight Combats cancer Protects your heart Controls blood pressure
cabbage Combats cancer Prevents constipation Promotes weight loss Protects your heart Helps hemorrhoids
cantaloupe Saves eyesight Controls blood pressure Lowers cholesterol Combats cancer Supports immune system

.. DRINK WATER ON EMPTY STOMACH
It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have proven a its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers. For old and serious diseases as well as modern illnesses the water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese med ical society as a 100% cure for the following diseases:

Headache, body ache, heart system, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, excess fatness, bronchitis asthma, TB, meningitis, kidney and urine diseases, vomiting, ga str itis, diarrhea, piles, diabetes, constipation, all eye diseases, womb, cancer and men str ual diso rd ers, ear nose and throat diseases.

METHOD OF TREATMENT

1. As you wake up in the morning before brushing teeth, drink 4 x 160ml glasses of water …..interesting

2. Brush and clean the mouth but do not eat or drink anything for 45 minutes

3. After 45 minutes you may eat and drink as normal.

4. After 15 minutes of breakfast, lunch and dinner do not eat or drink anything for 2 hours

5. Those who are old or sick and are unable to drink 4 glasses of water at the beginning may commence by taking little water and gradually increase it to 4 glasses per day.

6. The above method of treatment will cure diseases of the sick and others can enjoy a healthy life.

The following list gives the number of days of treatment required to cure/control/reduce main diseases:

1. High Blood Pressure – 30 days

2. Gastric – 10 days

3. Diabetes – 30 days

4. Constipation – 10 days

5.. Cancer – 180 days

6. TB – 90 days

7. Arthritis patients should follow the above treatment only for 3 days in the 1st week, and from 2nd week onward s – daily.

This treatment method has no side effects, however at the commencement of treatment you may have to urinate a few times.

It is better if we continue this and make this procedure as a routine work in our life.

Drink Water and Stay healthy and Active.

This makes sense. The Chinese and Japanese drink hot tea with their meals .not cold water. Maybe it is time we adopt their drinking habit while eating!!! Nothing to lose, everything to gain…

For those who like to drink cold water, this article is applicable to you.

It is nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal. However, the cold water will solidify the oily stuff that you have just consumed . It will slow down the digestion.

Once this ‘sludge’ reacts with the acid, it will break down and be absorbed by the intestine faster than the solid food. It will line the intestine. Very soon, this will turn into fats and lead to cancer. It is best to drink hot soup or warm water after a meal.

A serious note about heart attacks: Women should know that not every heart attack symptom is going to be the left arm hurting.

Be aware of intense pain in the jaw line.

You may never have the first chest pain during the course of a heart attack.

Nausea and intense sweating are also common symptoms.

60% of people who have a heart attack while they are asleep do not wake up.

Pain in the jaw can wake you from a sound sleep. Let’s be careful and be aware. The more we know, the better chance we could survive…

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revised pay calculator


MINISTRY OF FINANCE
DEPARTMENT OF EXPENDITURE

NOTIFICATION

New Delhi, the 29th August, 2008
Bhadrapada , 1930 (Saka)

GSR 622 (E) In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309, and clause (5) of article 148 of the Constitution and after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General in relation to persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, the President hereby makes the following rules, namely : –

1. Short title and commencement –

(1) These rules may be called the Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008.

(2) They shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of January, 2006.

2. Categories of Government servants to whom the rules apply: –

(1) Save as otherwise provided by or under these rules, these rules shall apply to persons appointed to civil services and posts in connection with the affairs of the Union whose pay is debitable to the Civil Estimates as also to persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department.

(2) These rules shall not apply to : –

(i) persons appointed to the Central Civil Services and posts in Groups ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ under the administrative control of the Administrator of the Union Territory of Chandigarh;

(ii) persons locally recruited for service in Diplomatic, Consular or other Indian establishments in foreign countries;

(iii) persons not in whole-time employment;

(iv) persons paid out of contingencies;

(v) persons paid otherwise than on a monthly basis including those paid only on a piece-rate basis;

(vi) persons employed on contract except where the contract provides otherwise;

(vii) persons re-employed in Government service after retirement;

(viii) any other class or category of persons whom the President may, by order, specifically exclude from the operation of all or any of the provisions contained in these rules.

3. Definitions – In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires –

(1) “existing basic pay” means pay drawn in the prescribed existing scale of pay, including stagnation increment(s), but does not include any other type of pay like ‘special pay’, etc.

(2) “existing scale” in relation to a Government servant means the present scale applicable to the post held by the Government servant (or, as the case may be, personal scale applicable to him) as on the 1st day of January, 2006 whether in a substantive or officiating capacity.

Explanation- In the case of a Government servant, who was on the 1st day of January, 2006 on deputation out of India or on leave or on foreign service, or who would have on that date officiated in one or more lower posts but for his officiating in a higher post, “existing scale” includes the scale applicable to the post which he would have held but for his being on deputation out of India or on leave or on foreign service or, as the case may be, but for his officiating in a higher post;

(3) “existing emoluments” mean the sum of (i) existing basic pay, (ii) dearness pay appropriate to the basic pay and (iii) dearness allowance appropriate to the basic pay + dearness pay at index average 536 (1982=100).

(4) “present scale” in relation to any post/grade specified in column 2 of the First Schedule means the scale of pay specified against that post in column 3 thereof;

(5) “pay in the pay band” means pay drawn in the running pay bands specified in Column 5 of the First Schedule.

(6) “grade pay” is the fixed amount corresponding to the pre-revised pay scales/posts.

(7) “revised pay structure” in relation to any post specified in column 2 of the First Schedule means the pay band and grade pay specified against that post or the pay scale specified in column 5 & 6 thereof, unless a different revised pay band and grade pay or pay scale is notified separately for that post.

(8) “basic pay” in the revised pay structure means the pay drawn in the prescribed pay band plus the applicable grade pay but does not include any other type of pay like special pay, etc.

In the case of Government servants in the pay scales of HAG+, apex scale and the Cabinet Secretary’s scale, basic pay means the pay in the prescribed scale.

(9) “revised emoluments” means the pay in the pay band plus the grade pay of a Government servant in the revised pay structure or the basic pay in HAG+ & above and includes the revised non-practising allowance, if any, admissible to him, in addition.

(10) “Schedule” means a schedule annexed to these rules.

4. Scale of pay of posts – The pay band and grade pay or the pay scale, as applicable, of every post/grade specified in column 2 of the First Schedule shall be as specified against it in column 5 & 6 thereof.

5. Drawal of pay in the revised pay structure – Save as otherwise provided in these rules, a Government servant shall draw pay in the revised pay structure applicable to the post to which he is appointed;

Provided that a Government servant may elect to continue to draw pay in the existing scale until the date on which he earns his next or any subsequent increment in the existing scale or until he vacates his post or ceases to draw pay in that scale.

Provided further that in cases where a Government servant has been placed in a higher pay scale between 1.1.2006 and the date of notification of these Rules on account of promotion, upgradation of pay scale etc., the Government servant may elect to switch over to the revised pay structure from the date of such promotion, upgradation, etc.

Explanation 1 – The option to retain the existing scale under the provisos to this rule shall be admissible only in respect of one existing scale.

Explanation 2 – The aforesaid option shall not be admissible to any person appointed to a post on or after the 1st day of January, 2006, whether for the first time in Government service or by transfer from another post and he shall be allowed pay only in the revised pay structure.

Explanation 3 – Where a Government servant exercises the option under the provisos to this rule to retain the existing scale in respect of a post held by him in an officiating capacity on a regular basis for the purpose of regulation of pay in that scale under Fundamental Rule 22, or any other rule or order applicable to that post, his substantive pay shall be substantive pay which he would have drawn had he retained the existing scale in respect of the permanent post on which he holds a lien or would have held a lien had his lien not been suspended or the pay of the officiating post which has acquired the character of substantive pay in accordance with any order for the time being in force, whichever is higher.

6. Exercise of Option –

(1) The option under the provisos to Rule 5 shall be exercised in writing in the form appended to the Second Schedule so as to reach the authority mentioned in sub rule (2) within three months of the date of publication of these rules or where an existing scale has been revised by any order made subsequent to that date, within three months of the date of such order.

Provided that –

(i) in the case of a Government servant who is, on the date of such publication or, as the case may be, date of such order, out of India on leave or deputation or foreign service or active service, the said option shall be exercised in writing so as to reach the said authority within three months of the date of his taking charge of his post in India; and

(ii) where a Government servant is under suspension on the 1st day of January, 2006 , the option may be exercised within three months of the date of his return to his duty if that date is later than the date prescribed in this sub-rule.

(2) The option shall be intimated by the Government servant to the Head of his Office.

(3) If the intimation regarding option is not received within the time mentioned in sub-rule (1), the Government servant shall be deemed to have elected to be governed by the revised pay structure with effect on and from the 1st day of January, 2006.

(4) The option once exercised shall be final.

Note 1 – Persons whose services were terminated on or after the 1st January, 2006 and who could not exercise the option within the prescribed time limit, on account of discharge on the expiry of the sanctioned posts, resignation, dismissal or discharge or disciplinary grounds, are entitled to the benefits of this rule.

Note 2 – Persons who have died on or after the 1st day of January, 2006 and could not exercise the option within the prescribed time limit are deemed to have opted for the revised pay structure on and from the 1st day of January, 2006 or such later date as is most beneficial to their dependents, if the revised pay structure is more favourable and in such cases, necessary action for payment of arrears should be taken by the Head of Office.

Note 3 – Persons who were on earned leave or any other leave on 1.1.2006 which entitled them to leave salary will be allowed the benefits of this rule.

7. Fixation of initial pay in the revised pay structure:

(1) The initial pay of a Government servant who elects, or is deemed to have elected under sub-rule (3) of rule 6 to be governed by the revised pay structure on and from the 1st day of January, 2006, shall, unless in any case the President by special order otherwise directs, be fixed separately in respect of his substantive pay in the permanent post on which he holds a lien or would have held a lien if it had not been suspended, and in respect of his pay in the officiating post held by him, in the following manner, namely :-

(A) in the case of all employees:-

(i) the pay in the pay band/pay scale will be determined by multiplying the existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 by a factor of 1.86 and rounding off the resultant figure to the next multiple of 10.

(ii) if the minimum of the revised pay band/ pay scale is more than the amount arrived at as per (i) above, the pay shall be fixed at the minimum of the revised pay band/pay scale;

Provided further that:-

Where, in the fixation of pay, the pay of Government servants drawing pay at two or more consecutive stages in an existing scale gets bunched, that is to say, gets fixed in the revised pay structure at the same stage in the pay band, then, for every two stages so bunched, benefit of one increment shall be given so as to avoid bunching of more than two stages in the revised running pay bands. For this purpose, the increment will be calculated on the pay in the pay band. Grade pay would not be taken into account for the purpose of granting increments to alleviate bunching.

In the case of pay scales in higher administrative grade (HAG) in the pay band PB-4, benefit of increments due to bunching shall be given taking into account all the stages in different pay scales in this grade. In the case of HAG+ scale, benefit of one increment for every two stages in the pre-revised scale will be granted in the revised pay scale.

If by stepping up of the pay as above, the pay of a Government servant gets fixed at a stage in the revised pay band/ pay scale (where applicable) which is higher than the stage in the revised pay band at which the pay of a Government servant who was drawing pay at the next higher stage or stages in the same existing scale is fixed, the pay of the latter shall also be stepped up only to the extent by which it falls short of that of the former.

(iii) The pay in the pay band will be determined in the above manner. In addition to the pay in the pay band, grade pay corresponding to the existing scale will be payable.

Note – Illustration 1 on the above is provided in the Explanatory Memorandum to these Rules.

(B) In the case of employees who are in receipt of special pay/allowance in addition to pay in the existing scale which has been recommended for replacement by a pay band and grade pay without any special pay/allowance, pay shall be fixed in the revised pay structure in accordance with the provisions of clause (A) above.

(C) In the case of employees who are in receipt of special pay component with any other nomenclature in addition to pay in the existing scales, such as personal pay for promoting small family norms, special pay to Parliament Assistants, Central (Deputation on Tenure) Allowance, etc., and in whose case the same has been replaced in the revised pay structure with corresponding allowance/pay at the same rate or at a different rate, the pay in the revised pay structure shall be fixed in accordance with the provisions of clause (A) above. In such cases, the allowance at the new rate as recommended shall be drawn in addition to pay in the revised pay structure from the date specified in the individual notifications related to these allowances.

(D) In the case of medical officers who are in receipt of non-practising allowance, the pay in the revised pay structure shall be fixed in accordance with the provisions of clause (A) above except that, in such cases, the pre-revised dearness allowance appropriate to the non-practising allowance admissible at index average 536 (1982 = 100) shall be added while fixing the pay in the revised pay band, and in such cases, non-practising allowance at the new rates shall be drawn with effect from 1.1.2006 or the date of option for revised pay structure, in addition to the pay so fixed in the revised pay structure. Illustration 2 in this regard is at in the Explanatory Memorandum to these Rules.

Note 1 – (a) In the case of Group D employees, the pay in the revised pay structure will be fixed initially in the -1S pay band as per Clause (A) above with the appropriate grade pay and arrears paid accordingly. Thereafter, pay of such of those Group D employees who already possess the revised minimum qualifications recommended by the Commission prescribed for entry into PB-1 would be fixed with effect from 1.1.2006 in PB-1 with grade pay of Rs.1800.

(b) Such of those existing Group D employees who do not possess the revised minimum qualifications for entry into PB-1 would be retrained by the concerned Department preferably within a period of six months so that payment of arrears on account of upgradation are not delayed. After re-training, these Group D staff will also be placed in the Pay Band PB-1 with the grade pay of Rs.1800 with effect from 1.1.2006 and arrears drawn accordingly. Once placed in the PB-1 Pay Band, this category of Group D staff will regain their seniority vis-à-vis the other category of Group D staff that already possessed the minimum qualifications and were, therefore, placed in the PB-1 Pay Band as on 1.1.2006. Inter-se seniority of all the employees in erstwhile Group D will be fully maintained with Group D employee in a higher pre-revised pay scale being placed higher vis-à-vis an employee in a lower pay scale. Within the same pre-revised pay scale, seniority which existed prior to revision would continue.

(c) Arrears shall be payable with effect from 1.1.2006 in both the cases i.e. to those Group D employees who possess the qualifications and are placed in PB-1 straight away and those Group D employees who do not possess the qualifications and are placed after re-training. Illustration 3 in regard to fixation of pay for Group D staff is in the Explanatory Memorandum to these Rules.

Note 2 – Where a post has been upgraded as a result of the recommendations of the Sixth CPC as indicated in Part B or Part C of the First Schedule to these Rules, the fixation of pay in the applicable pay band will be done in the manner prescribed in accordance with Clause (A) (i) and (ii) of Rule 7 by multiplying the existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 by a factor of 1.86 and rounding the resultant figure to the next multiple of ten. The grade pay corresponding to the upgraded scale as indicated in Column 6 of Part B or C will be payable in addition. Illustration 4 in this regard is in the Explanatory Memorandum to these Rules.

Note 3 – A Government servant who is on leave on the 1st day of January, 2006 and is entitled to leave salary shall become entitled to pay in the revised pay structure from 1.1.2006 or the date of option for the revised pay structure. Similarly, where a government servant is on study leave on the first day of January, 2006 he will be entitled to the benefits under these Rules from 1.1.2006 or the date of option.

Note 4 – A Government servant under suspension, shall continue to draw subsistence allowance based on existing scale of pay and his pay in the revised pay structure will be subject to the final order on the pending disciplinary proceedings.

Note 5 – Where a Government servant is holding a permanent post and is officiating in a higher post on a regular basis and the scales applicable to these two posts are merged into one scale, the pay shall be fixed under this sub-rule with reference to the officiating post only, and the pay so fixed shall be treated as substantive pay.

The provisions of this Note shall apply mutatis mutandis, to Government servants holding in an officiating capacity, posts on different existing scales which have been replaced by the revised pay structure.

Note 6 – Where the `existing emoluments’ exceed the revised emoluments in the case of any Government servant, the difference shall be allowed as personal pay to be absorbed in future increases in pay.

Note 7 – Where in the fixation of pay under sub-rule (1), the pay of a Government servant, who, in the existing scale was drawing immediately before the 1st day of January, 2006 more pay than another Government servant junior to him in the same cadre, gets fixed in the revised pay band at a stage lower than that of such junior, his pay shall be stepped upto the same stage in the revised pay band as that of the junior.

Note 8 – Where a Government servant is in receipt of personal pay on the 1st day of January, 2006, which together with his existing emoluments exceeds the revised emoluments, then, the difference representing such excess shall be allowed to such Government servant as personal pay to be absorbed in future increases in pay.

Note 9 – In the case of employees who are in receipt of personal pay for passing Hindi Pragya, Hindi Typewriting, Hindi Shorthand and such other examinations under the “Hindi Teaching Scheme”, or on successfully undergoing training in cash and accounts matters prior to the 1st day of January, 2006, while the personal pay shall not be taken into account for purposes of fixation of initial pay in the revised pay structure, they would continue to draw personal pay after fixation of their pay in the revised pay structure on and from the 1st day of January, 2006 or subsequently for the period for which they would have drawn it but for the fixation of their pay in the revised pay structure. The quantum of such personal pay would be paid at the appropriate rate of increment in the revised pay structure from the date of fixation of pay for the period for which the employee would have continued to draw it.

Explanation – For the purpose of this Note, “appropriate rate of increment in the revised pay structure” means 3% of the sum of the pay in the pay band and the grade pay at the stage at which the pay of the employee is fixed in the revised pay structure.

Note 10 – In cases where a senior Government servant promoted to a higher post before the 1st day of January, 2006 draws less pay in the revised pay structure than his junior who is promoted to the higher post on or after the 1st day of January, 2006, the pay in the pay band of the senior Government servant should be stepped up to an amount equal to the pay in the pay band as fixed for his junior in that higher post. The stepping up should be done with effect from the date of promotion of the junior Government servant subject to the fulfillment of the following conditions, namely: –

(a) both the junior and the senior Government servants should belong to the same cadre and the posts in which they have been promoted should be identical in the same cadre.

(b) the pre-revised scale of pay and the revised grade pay of the lower and higher posts in which they are entitled to draw pay should be identical.

(c) the senior Government servants at the time of promotion should have been drawing equal or more pay than the junior.

(d) the anomaly should be directly as a result of the application of the provisions of Fundamental Rule 22 or any other rule or order regulating pay fixation on such promotion in the revised pay structure. If even in the lower post, the junior officer was drawing more pay in the pre-revised scale than the senior by virtue of any advance increments granted to him, provision of this Note need not be invoked to step up the pay of the senior officer.

(2) Subject to the provisions of rule 5, if the pay as fixed in the officiating post under sub-rule (1) is lower than the pay fixed in the substantive post, the former shall be fixed at the stage next above the substantive pay.

8. Fixation of pay in the revised pay structure of employees appointed as fresh recruits on or after 1.1.2006 – Section II of Part A of the First Schedule of these Rules indicates the entry level pay in the pay band at which the pay of direct recruits to a particular post carrying a specific grade pay will be fixed on or after 1.1.2006.

This will also be applied in the case of those recruited between 1.1.2006 and the date of issue of this Notification. In such cases, where the emoluments in the pre-revised pay scale(s) [i.e., basic pay in the pre-revised pay scale(s) plus Dearness Pay plus Dearness Allowance applicable on the date of joining] exceeds the sum of the pay fixed in the revised pay structure and the applicable dearness allowance thereon, the difference shall be allowed as personal pay to be absorbed in future increments in pay.

9. Rate of increment in the revised pay structure –The rate of increment in the revised pay structure will be 3% of the sum of the pay in the pay band and grade pay applicable, which will be rounded off to the next multiple of 10. The amount of increment will be added to the existing pay in the pay band. Illustration 5 in this regard is in the Explanatory Memorandum to these Rules. In the case of PB-3, variable rates of increment at 3% and 4% have been provided. The higher rate of increment will be granted to not more than 20% of the strength of officers in PB-3.

10. Date of next increment in the revised pay structure – There will be a uniform date of annual increment, viz. 1st July of every year. Employees completing 6 months and above in the revised pay structure as on 1st of July will be eligible to be granted the increment. The first increment after fixation of pay on 1.1.2006 in the revised pay structure will be granted on 1.7.2006 for those employees for whom the date of next increment was between 1st July, 2006 to 1stst January, 2007.

Provided that in the case of persons who had been drawing maximum of the existing scale for more than a year as on the 1st day of January, 2006, the next increment in the revised pay structure shall be allowed on the 1st day of January, 2006. Thereafter, the provision of Rule 10 would apply.

Provided that in cases where an employee reaches the maximum of his pay band, shall be placed in the next higher pay band after one year of reaching such a maximum. At the time of placement in the higher pay band, benefit of one increment will be provided. Thereafter, he will continue to move in the higher pay band till his pay in the pay band reaches the maximum of PB-4, after which no further increments will be granted.

Note 1 – In cases where two existing scales, one being a promotional scale for the other, are merged, and the junior Government servant, now drawing his pay at equal or lower stage in the lower scale of pay, happens to draw more pay in the pay band in the revised pay structure than the pay of the senior Government servant in the existing higher scale, the pay in the pay band of the senior government servant shall be stepped up to that of his junior from the same date and he shall draw next increment in accordance with Rule 10.

11. Fixation of pay in the revised pay structure subsequent to the 1st day of January, 2006. – Where a Government servant continues to draw his pay in the existing scale and is brought over to the revised pay structure from a date later than the 1st day of January, 2006, his pay from the later date in the revised pay structure shall be fixed in the following manner:-

(i) Pay in the pay band will be fixed by adding the basic pay applicable on the later date, the dearness pay applicable on that date and the pre-revised dearness allowance based on rates applicable as on 1.1.2006. This figure will be rounded off to the next multiple of 10 and will then become the pay in the applicable pay band. In addition to this, the grade pay corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale will be payable. Where the Government servant is in receipt of special pay or non-practising allowance, the methodology followed will be as prescribed in Rule 7 (i), (B),
(C) or (D) as applicable, except that the basic pay and dearness pay to be taken into account will be the basic pay and dearness pay applicable as on that date but dearness allowance will be calculated as per rates applicable on 1.1.2006.

12. Fixation of pay on reappointment after the 1st day of January, 2006 to a post held prior to that date – A Government servant who had officiated in a post prior to the 1st day of January, 2006 but was not holding that post on that date and who on subsequent appointment to that post draws pay in the revised pay structure shall be allowed the benefit of the proviso to Fundamental Rule 22, to the extent it would have been admissible had he been holding that post on the 1st day of January, 2006, and had elected the revised pay structure on and from that date.

13. Fixation of pay on promotion on or after 1.1.2006 – In the case of promotion from one grade pay to another in the revised pay structure, the fixation will be done as follows:-

(i) One increment equal to 3% of the sum of the pay in the pay band and the existing grade pay will be computed and rounded off to the next multiple of 10. This will be added to the existing pay in the pay band. The grade pay corresponding to the promotion post will thereafter be granted in addition to this pay in the pay band. In cases where promotion involves change in the pay band also, the same methodology will be followed. However, if the pay in the pay band after adding the increment is less than the minimum of the higher pay band to which promotion is taking place, pay in the pay band will be stepped to such minimum.

(ii) In the case of promotion from PB-4 to HAG+, after adding one increment in the manner prescribed in Rule 9, the pay in the pay band and existing grade pay will be added and the resultant figure will become the basic pay in HAG+. This shall not exceed Rs. 80,000, the maximum of the scale. For Government servants in receipt of NPA, pay plus NPA will not exceed Rs. 85,000.

14. Mode of payment of arrears of pay – The arrears shall be paid in cash in two instalments. The first instalment should be restricted to 40% of the total arrears. The remaining 60% of arrears should be paid during the next financial year.

Explanation – For the purposes of this rule:

(a) “arrears of pay” in relation to a Government servant, means the difference between:

(i) the aggregate of the pay and allowances to which he is entitled on account of the revision of his pay and allowances under these rules, for the relevant period. Revised allowances (except for dearness allowance and non-practising allowance) will be payable only with effect from 1.9.2008; and

(ii) the aggregate of the pay and allowances to which he would have been entitled (whether such pay and allowances had been received or not) for that period had his pay and allowances not been so revised.

(b) “relevant period” means the period commencing on the 1st day of January, 2006 and ending with the 31st August, 2008.

15. Overriding effect of Rules – The provisions of the Fundamental rules, the Central Civil Services (Revision of Pay) Rules, 1947, the Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 1960, the Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 1973, Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 1986 and CCS (Revised Pay) Rules, 1997 shall not, save as otherwise provided in these rules, apply to cases where pay is regulated under these rules, to the extent they are inconsistent with these rules.

16. Power to relax – Where the President is satisfied that the operation of all or any of the provisions of these rules causes undue hardship in any particular case, he may, by order, dispense with or relax the requirements of that rule to such extent and subject to such conditions as he may consider necessary for dealing with the case in a just and equitable manner.

17. Interpretation – If any question arises relating to the interpretation of any of the provisions of these rules, it shall be referred to the Central Government for decision.
THE FIRST SCHEDULE
(SEE RULES 3 & 4)

PART – A

Section I

Revised Pay Bands and Grade Pays for posts carrying present scales in Group ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ & ‘D’ except posts for which different revised scales are notified separately.

(In Rs.)
Present Scale Revised Pay Structure
Sl. No. Post/ Grade Present Scale Name of Pay Band/ Scale Corresponding Pay Bands/ Scales Corresponding Grade Pay
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
1 S-1 2550-55-2660-60-3200 -1S 4440-7440 1300
2 S-2 2610-60-3150-65-3540 -1S 4440-7440 1400
3 S-2A 2610-60-2910-65-3300-70-4000 -1S 4440-7440 1600
4 S-3 2650-65-3300-70-4000 -1S 4440-7440 1650
5 S-4 2750-70-3800-75-4400 PB-1 5200-20200 1800
6 S-5 3050-75-3950-80-4590 PB-1 5200-20200 1900
7 S-6 3200-85-4900 PB-1 5200-20200 2000
8 S-7 4000-100-6000 PB-1 5200-20200 2400
9 S-8 4500-125-7000 PB-1 5200-20200 2800
10 S-9 5000-150-8000 PB-2 9300-34800 4200
11 S-10 5500-175-9000 PB-2 9300-34800 4200
12 S-11 6500-200-6900 PB-2 9300-34800 4200
13 S-12 6500-200-10500 PB-2 9300-34800 4200
14 S-13 7450-225-11500 PB-2 9300-34800 4600
15 S-14 7500-250-12000 PB-2 9300-34800 4800
16 S-15 8000-275-13500 PB-2 9300-34800 5400
17 New Scale 8000-275-13500 (Group A Entry) PB-3 15600-39100 5400

18S-16 9000 PB-3 15600-39100 5400
19 S-17 9000-275-9550 PB-3 15600-39100 5400
20 S-18 10325-325-10975 PB-3 15600-39100 6600
21 S-19 10000-325-15200 PB-3 15600-39100 6600
22 S-20 10650-325-15850 PB-3 15600-39100 6600
23 S-21 12000-375-16500 PB-3 15600-39100 7600
24 S-22 12750-375-16500 PB-3 15600-39100 7600
25 S-23 12000-375-18000 PB-3 15600-39100 7600
26 S-24 14300-400-18300 PB-4 37400-67000 8700
27 S-25 15100-400-18300 PB-4 37400-67000 8700
28 S-26 16400-450-20000 PB-4 37400-67000 8900
29 S-27 16400-450-20900 PB-4 37400-67000 8900
30 S-28 14300-450-22400 PB-4 37400-67000 10000
31S-29 18400-500-22400 PB-4 37400-67000 10000
32 S-30 22400-525-24500 PB-4 37400-67000 12000
33 S-31 22400-600-26000 HAG+ Scale 75500- (annual increment @ 3%) -80000 Nil
34 S-32 24050-650-26000 HAG+ Scale 75500- (annual increment @ 3%) -80000 Nil
35 S-33 26000 (Fixed) Apex Scale 80000 (Fixed) Nil
36 S-34 30000 (Fixed) Cab. Sec. 90000 (Fixed) Nil

Section II

Entry Pay in the revised pay structure for direct recruits appointed on or after 1.1.2006

PB-1 (Rs.5200-20200) Grade pay Pay in the Pay Band Total
1,800 5,200 7,000
1,900 5,830 7,730
2,000 6,460 8,460
2,400 7,510 9,910
2,800 8,560 11,360
PB-2 (Rs.9300-34800) Grade pay Pay in the Pay Band Total
4,200 9,300 13,500
4,600 12,540 17,140
4,800 13,350 18,150
PB-3 (Rs.15600-39100)Grade pay Pay in the Pay Band Total
5,400 15,600 21,000
6,600 18,750 25,350
7,600 21,900 29,500
PB-4 (Rs.37400-67000) Grade pay Pay in the Pay Band Total
8,700 37,400 46,100
8,900 40,200 49,100
10,000 43,000 53,000
12,000 47,100 59,100

PART – B

REVISED PAY SCALES FOR CERTAIN COMMON CATEGORIES OF STAFF

Section I

(i) The revised pay structure mentioned in Column (5) and (6) of this part of the Notification for the posts mentioned in Column (2) have been approved by the Government. The initial fixation as on 1.1.2006 will be done in accordance with Note 2 below Rule 7 of this Notification.

(ii) On account of merger of pre-revised pay scales of Rs.5000-8000, Rs.5500-9000 and Rs.6500-10500, some posts which presently constitute feeder and promotion grades will come to lie in an identical grade. The specific recommendations about some categories of these posts made by the Pay Commission are included Section II of Part B. As regards other posts, the posts in these three scales should be merged. In case it is not feasible to merge the posts in these pay scales on functional considerations, the posts in the scale of Rs.5000-8000 and Rs.5500-9000 should be merged, with the post in the scale of Rs.6500-10500 being upgraded to the next higher grade in pay band PB-2 i.e. to the grade pay of Rs.4600 corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.7450-11500. In case a post already exists in the scale of Rs.7450-11500, the post being upgraded from the scale of Rs.6500-10500 should be merged with the post in the scale of Rs.7450-11500.

(iii) Posts in the scale of Rs.6500-10500 carrying minimum qualification of either Degree in Engineering or a Degree in Law should also be upgraded and placed in the scale of Rs.7450-11500 corresponding to the revised pay band PB-2 of Rs.9300-34800 along with grade pay of Rs.4600.

(iv) Posts of scientific staff in the scale of Rs.6500-10500 carrying minimum qualification of engineering degree or a post-graduate degree should also be upgraded and placed in the scale of Rs.7450-11500 corresponding to the revised pay band PB-2 of Rs.9300-34800 along with grade pay of Rs.4600

(v) Upgradation as in (ii) above may be done in consultation with Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance. Regarding (iii) and (iv) above, upgradation may be done by the Ministries concerned in consultation with their Integrated Finance.

Section II
(In Rupees)
Sl. No. Post Present scale Revised Pay Scale Corresponding Pay Band & Grade Pay
Para No. of the Report Pay Band Grade Pay
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
I OFFICE STAFF IN THE SECRETARIAT*
1 Section Officer/PS/ equivalent 6500-10500 7500-12000 8000-13500 (on completion of four years) PB-2

PB-3 4800 5400 (on completion of 4 years)

3.1.9 (Modified by Govt.)

* This scale shall be available only in such of those organizations/services which have had a historical parity with CSS/CSSS. Services like AFHQSS/AFHQSSS/RBSS and Ministerial/Secretarial posts in Ministries/Departments organisations like MEA, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, CVC, UPSC, etc. would therefore be covered.

II OFFICE STAFF WORKING IN ORGANISATIONS OUTSIDE THE SECRETARIAT

1 Head Clerk/ Assistants/
Steno Gr.II/ equivalent 4500-7000 5000-8000 6500-10500 PB-2 4200
3.1.14
2 Administrative Officer Grade II/ Sr. Private Secretary/ equivalent 7500-12000
7500-12000 (entry grade for fresh recruits) 8000-13500 (on completion of four years) PB-2
4800 5400 (on completion of 4 years)

3.1.14 III ACCOUNTS STAFF BELONGING TO UN-ORGANIZED ACCOUNTS CADRES

The existing relativity between the accounts related posts outside organized accounts cadres and ministerial posts will be maintained and the accounts staff belonging to unorganized Accounts cadres shall be extended the corresponding replacement Pay Band and grade pay.

3.8.5 IV ARTISTS
1 Senior Artist 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
3.8.6 V CANTEEN STAFF

1. Posts of Canteen Staff in the pre-revised Group ‘D’ pay scales
All the posts of canteen staff in Group ‘D’ will be placed in the revised Pay Band PB-1 along with grade pay of Rs.1800 once the staff occupying these posts is suitably retrained and made multi-skilled.
3.8.7
VI
DRAWING OFFICE STAFF
1
Chief Draughtsman
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
3.8.9
VII ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING (EDP) STAFF
1
Data Processing Assistant
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600

3.8.11
VIII
FIRE FIGHTING STAFF
1
Firemen 2610-3540 3050-4590 PB-1 1900

3.8.12
2 Leading Fireman 3050-4590 3200-4900 PB-1 2000
3 Station Officer 4000-6000 4500-7000 PB-1 2800
4 Asstt. Divisional Fire Officer 5000-8000 6500-10500 PB-2 4200
5 Deputy Divisional Fire Officer 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
IX LIBRARY STAFF
1 Posts of Library Attendant Grade II and I shall stand merged and placed in the revised pay band PB-1 along with grade pay of Rs.1800 after their skills are suitably enhanced.

3.8.13
2 Asstt. Library Information Officer 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
XI LABORATORY STAFF
1 All posts of Laboratory Staff in the pre-revised Group ‘D’ pay scales (commonly designated as Laboratory Attendants Grade I, II & III) shall be placed in the revised Pay Band PB-1 along with Grade Pay of Rs.1800 after their skills are suitably enhanced.
3.8.14
2 Laboratory Technician Gr.I 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
XII NURSING & PARAMEDICAL STAFF

1 Staff Nurse 5000-8000 7450-11500 PB-2 4600 3.8.15
2 Nursing Sister 5500-9000 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
3 Dietician Gr.II/ Lecturer in PT/OT/ Radiographer 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
4 Asstt. Nursing Superintendent 6500-10500 8000-13500 PB-3 5400
5 Deputy Nursing Superintendent 7500-12000 8000-13500 PB-3 5400
6 Nursing Superintendent 8000-13500 10000-15200 PB-3 6600
7 Chief Nursing Officer 10000-15200 12000-16500 PB-3 7600
XIII
PHOTOGRAPHERS
1 Photography Attendant Gr.II/ any other post in the pre-revised Group ‘D’ scale 2650-4000/ any other scale in the pre-revised Group ‘D’ scale PB-1 1800
3.8.16

2 Chief Cinematographer/ equivalent 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600

XIV
PRINTING STAFF
1 Posts of printing staff in the pre-revised pay scales of Rs.6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
3.8.18
XV RECEPTIONISTS
1 Various posts of Receptionists to be merged with the clerical cadre in the corresponding pay band and grade pay. In case no corresponding grade pay exists in the clerical cadre, the merger should be made in the immediate higher grade pay available in the clerical cadre.
3.8.19
XVI STORE KEEPING STAFF

1 Senior Store Keeper Gr. II (To be extended to all analogous posts of Storekeeping staff irrespective of designation) 6500-10500 7450-1100 PB-2 4600
3.8.20 XVII TEACHERS
1 Primary School Teacher Grade III 4500-7000
Grade II 5500-9000 Grade I 6500-10500
Grade III 6500-10500 Grade II 7450-11500

Grade I 7500-12000 PB-2 PB-2 PB-2 4200 4600 4800

3.8.22
2 Trained Graduate Teacher Grade III 5500-9000 Grade II 6500-10500 Grade I 7500-12000
Grade III 7450-11500 Grade II 7500-12000 Grade I 8000-13500 PB-2 PB-2 PB-2 4600 4800 5400
3
Post Graduate Teacher Grade III 6500-10500 Grade II 7500-12000 Grade I 8000-13500
Grade III 7500-12000 Grade II 8000-13500 Grade I 10000-15200 PB-2 PB-3 PB-3 4800
5400 6600
4 Vice Principal Grade II 7500-12000 Grade I 8000-13500 Grade II 8000-13500 Grade I
10000-15200 PB-3 PB-3 5400 6600

5 Principal 10000-15200 12000-16500 PB-3 7600
6. Education Officer/ Assistant Director of Education # 10000-15200 12000-16500 PB-3 7600
3.8.24

# Posts of Education Officer/Assistant Director of Education stand merged with the post of Deputy Director of Education.

XVIII
VETERINARIANS
1
Group ‘D’ posts of Para Veterinary Attendants
All Group ‘D’ posts of Para Veterinary Attendants/Compounder are to be placed in the revised pay band PB-1 along with grade pay of Rs.1800 after they are retrained suitably.

3.8.25
2 All Para Veterinary staff in the pre-revised scale of Rs.6500-10500 6500-10500 7450-11500
PB-2 4600
3
Veterinary Officers
Veterinary Officers requiring a degree of B.V.Sc & AH along with registration in the Veterinary Council of India are to be placed on par with General Duty Medical Officers and Dental Doctors.

XIX
WORKSHOP STAFF
1 Unskilled 2550-3200 2750-4400 PB-1 1800
3.8.27
3.8.29
2 Semi Skilled 2650-4000 2750-4400 PB-1 1800 *
3 Asstt. Shop Superintendent $ / Dy. Shop Superintendent/ Asstt. Foreman
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600

* Grades of existing unskilled and semi-skilled workers stand merged.
$ The grades of Asstt. Shop Superintendent/equivalent and Shop Superintendent/ equivalent stand merged.

XX ORGANISED ACCOUNTS CADRES*

1 Section Officer 6500-10500 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
7.56.9
2 Assistant Accounts/Audit Officer 7450-11500 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
7.56.9
3 Audit/Accounts Officer 7500-12000 8000-13500 PB-2 5400
7.56.9
4 Senior Audit / Accounts Officer 8000-13500 8000-13500 PB-3 5400
7.56.9
*Also applicable to employees of Indian Audit & Accounts Department

PART – C

REVISED PAY STRUCTURE FOR CERTAIN POSTS IN MINISTRIES, DEPARTMENTS AND UNION TERRITORIES

Section I

(i) The revised pay structure mentioned in Column (5) and (6) of this part of the Notification for the posts mentioned in Column (2) have been approved by the Government. The initial fixation as on 1.1.2006 will be done in accordance with Note 2 below Rule 7 of this Notification.

(ii) On account of merger of pre-revised pay scales of Rs.5000-8000, Rs.5500-9000 and Rs.6500-10500, some posts which presently constitute feeder and promotion grades will come to lie in an identical grade. The specific recommendations about some categories of these posts made by the Pay Commission are included Section II of Part C. As regards other posts, the posts in these three scales should be merged. In case it is not feasible to merge the posts in these pay scales on functional considerations, the posts in the scale of Rs.5000-8000 and Rs.5500-9000 should be merged, with the post in the scale of Rs.6500-10500 being upgraded to the next higher grade in pay band PB-2 i.e. to the grade pay of Rs.4600 corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.7450-11500. In case a post already exists in the scale of Rs.7450-11500, the post being upgraded from the scale of Rs.6500-10500 should be merged with the post in the scale of Rs.7450-11500.

(iii) Posts in the scale of Rs.6500-10500 carrying minimum qualification of either Degree in Engineering or a Degree in Law should also be upgraded and placed in the scale of Rs.7450 -11500 corresponding to the revised pay band PB-2 of Rs.9300-34800 along with grade pay of Rs.4600.

(iv) Posts of scientific staff in the scale of Rs.6500-10500 carrying minimum qualification of engineering degree or a post-graduate degree should also be upgraded and placed in the scale of Rs.7450-11500 corresponding to the revised pay band PB-2 of Rs.9300-34800 along with grade pay of Rs.4600

(v) Upgradation as in (ii) above may be done in consultation with Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance. Regarding (iii) and (iv) above, upgradation may be done by the Ministries concerned in consultation with their Integrated Finance.

Section II

The revised pay structure mentioned in Column (5) and (6) of this part of the Notification for the posts mentioned in Column 2 have been approved by the Government.

(In Rupees)
Sl. No. Post Present scale Revised Pay Scale Corresponding Pay Band & Grade Pay Para No. of the Report Pay Band Grade Pay

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

1 Plant Protection Officer in Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine & Storage

6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600 7.1.5
2 Senior Instructor in Central Farm Machinery Training and Testing Institute

6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.1.6
3
Manager (Procurement/Processing/Quality Control/Distribution) in Delhi Milk Scheme
10000-15200 12000-16500 PB-3 7600
7.1.7
4 Senior Dairy Engineer in Delhi Milk Scheme
10000-15200 12000-16500 PB-3 7600
7.1.7
5 Junior Fisheries Scientists Grade I and Grade II in Fishery Survey of India
(Posts stand merged)
Grade I 7500-12000 Grade II 6500-10500 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
7.1.12
6 Assistant Director in Directorate of Cotton Development 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.1.20
7 Senior Seed Analyst in National Seed Research Training Centre, Varanasi
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.1.22
8 Senior Instructor in Northern Region Farm Machinery Training and Testing Institute
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600

7.1.24
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF POSTS
1 Technical Supervisors in Mail Motor Service 4500-7000 5000-8000 PB-2 4200
7.6.8
2 Artisan Grade I in Mail Motor Service 4000-6000 4500-7000 PB-1 2800
7.6.8
3. Assistant Director (Recruitment) 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.6.9
4 Assistant Superintendent Post Office (ASPOs) 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.6.14
5 Superintendent (Posts) 6500-10500 7500-12000 8000-13500 (after 4 years) PB-2 PB-2
4800 5400
7.6.14
6 Assistant Manager, Mail Motor Service 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600

7.6.14
7 Deputy Manager, Mail Motor Service 6500-10500 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
7.6.14
8 Higher Selection Grade I 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.6.15
9 Postman 3050-4590 3200-4900 PB-1 2000
7.6.17
10 Mail Guard in Railway Mail Service 3050-4590 3200-4900 PB-1 2000
7.6.17
11 Translation Officer (French) 6500-10500 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
7.6.18

MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION

1 Technical Assistant in the Directorate of Sugar
4500-7000 6500-10500 PB-2 4200
7.12.13
MINISTRY OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS
1 Company Prosecutor Grade II & Grade III
Grade II 6500-10500
Grade III 5500-9000 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.8.5
2 Senior Technical Assistants
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.8.6
3 Assistant Directors in Serious Fraud Investigation Organisation
6500-10500 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
7.8.10

MINISTRY OF CULTURE
1 Assistant Superintendent (Archaeologist) in Archaeology Cadre, ASI
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.9.5
2 Assistant Superintendent in the Epigraphy Cadre, ASI
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.9.5
3 Assistant Superintendent in Science Cadre, Assistant Archaeological Chemist, ASI
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.9.5
4
Assistant Superintendent, Archaeological Engineer in Conservation Cadre, ASI
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.9.5
5 Assistant Superintendent, Archaeological Engineer, Horticulture Engineer, ASI
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.9.5
6 Senior Surveyor, Archaeological Survey of India
5500-9000 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.9.8
7 Deputy Curator in National Museum
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.9.14
8 Posts in the National Archives carrying the pre-revised scale of 6500-10500 and feeder post exists in 5500-9000. 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.9.16
9 Microphotographist in National Archives of India
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-24600
7.9.18

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
Department of Defence
1 Machineman/Operator Offset 4500-7000 5000-8000 PB-2 4200
7.10.17
2 Assistant Master in Military Schools 5500-9000 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.10.21
3 Master Gazetted in Military Schools 7500-12000 8000-13500 PB-3 5400
7.10.21
Coast Guard Organisation (General Duty Branch)
4 Navik 3050-4590 3200-4900 PB-1 2000
7.10.26
5 Uttam Navik 3200-4900 4000-6000 PB-1 2400
7.10.26
6 Pradhan Navik 3200-4900 + spl.pay Rs.50 4500-7000 PB-1 2800
7.10.26
7 Uttam Adhikari 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600 7.10.26
8 Pradhan Adhikari 6500-10500+ spl. Pay of Rs.200 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
7.10.26

Coast Guard Organisation (Domestic Branch)
9 Navik 2750-4400 3050-4590 PB-11900
7.10.26
10 Uttam Navik 3050-4590 3200-4900 PB-1 2000

7.10.26
11 Pradhan Navik 3200-4900 4000-6000 PB-1 2400
7.10.26
12 Pradhan Adhikari
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.10.26
Coast Guard Organisation (Aviation Branch)
13
Navik 3050-45903200-4900PB-12000
7.10.26
14 Uttam Navik 3200-4900 4000-6000 PB-12400
7.10.26
15 Pradhan Navik 4000-6000 4500-7000 PB-1 2800
7.10.26
16 Uttam Adhikari 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.10.26
17 Pradhan Adhikari 6500-10500+Spl. Pay of Rs.200 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
7.10.26
Coast Guard Organisation (Technical Branch)
18 Uttam Engineer 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.10.26
19 Pradhan Engineer 7450-11500 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
7.10.26
Department of Defence Production
20 Assistant Accounts Officer in DGQA 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.10.33
Department of Defence Research and Development
21 Examiner Grade I in Defence Institute of Psychological Research 6500-10500 7450-11500
PB-2 4600
7.10.35
22 Senior Technical Assistant in DRDO 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.10.39
MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES
1 Technical Assistants in Centre for Marine Living Resources & Ecology, Kochi
4500-7000 6500-10000 PB-2 4200
7.12.7
MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT & FORESTS
1 Junior Administrative Officer in Zoological Survey of India
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.13.9
MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
1Security Guards Higher Pay scales as recommended for analogous posts in CISF shall be extended in respect of Security Guards in MEA
7.14.4
2 Superintendent, Central Passport Organization 6500-10500 7450-11500PB-2 4600
7.14.5
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
Department of Economic Affairs
1 Section Officer (Excluded) 7450-11500 7500-12000 8000-13500 (after 4 years) PB-2 PB-3 4800 5400
7.15.3
2 Assistant Class-II in Govt. Mint 3050-4590 3200-4900PB-12000
7.15.5
3 Supervisor in India Security Press and Currency Note Press 6500-10500 7450-11500PB-2
4600
7.15.7
4 Deputy Control Officer in India Security Press and Currency Note Press
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.15.7
5 Works Engineer in India Security Press and Currency Note Press
6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600

7.15.7
6 Assistant Class-II in Calcutta Mint 3050-4590 4500-7000 PB-1 2800
7.15.8
7 Technical Wing Officers in Security Printing Press 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.15.9
8 Dy. Technical Officer, Security Printing Press 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.15.9
Department of Revenue
9 Income Tax Officers/ Superintendent, Appraisers etc. (Customs & Central Excise)
7500-12000 7500-12000 8000-13500 (after 4 years) PB-2 PB-2 4800 5400
7.15.17
10 Notice Server 3050-4590 3200-4900 PB-1 2000
7.15.18 MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE
1 Medical Supervisor/Health Visitor 4000-6000 4500-7000 PB-1 2800
7.17.11 MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
1 Statistical Investigator Gr.I in RGI 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.19.9
2 Additional DIG in CPMFs 14300-18300 16400-20000 PB-4 8900
7.19.33
3
Constable in CPMFs
3050-4590
3200-4900
PB-1
2000
7.19.35
4
Head Constable in CPMFs
3200-4900
4000-6000
PB-1
2400
7.19.35
5
Assistant Sub Inspector in CPMFs
4000-6000
4500-7000
PB-1
2800
7.19.35
6
Inspector in CPMFs
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.19.35
7
Subedar Major in CPMFs
6500-10500+Rs.200 pm.
7500-12000
PB-2
4800
7.19.35
8
Constable in Delhi Police
3050-4590
3200-4900
PB-1
2000
7.19.50
9
Head Constable in Delhi Police
3200-4900
4000-6000
PB-1
2400
7.19.50
10
Assistant Sub Inspector in Delhi Police
4000-6000
4500-7000
PB-1
2800
7.19.50
11
Inspector in Delhi Police
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.19.50
12
Security Assistant in IB
3050-4590
3200-4900
PB-1
2000
7.19.62
13
Junior Intelligence Officer Gr.II in IB
3200-4900
4000-6000
PB-1
2400
7.19.62
14
Junior Intelligence Officer Gr.I in IB
4000-6000
4500-7000
PB-1
2800
7.19.62
15
ACIO-I in IB
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.19.62
16
Sr. Translator in CSOLS
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.19.68
17
Asstt. Director (OL) in CSOLS
7500-12000
8000-13500
PB-3
5400
7.19.68
18
Entry Grade in DANICS, DANIPS, Pondicherry Civil Service and Pondicherry Police Service

6500-10500
7500-12000

8000-13500
(after 4 years)
PB-2

PB-3
4800

5400
7.19.51
7.19.68

MINISTRY OF INFORMATION & BROADCASTING

1
Technical Assistants (Advertising) in DAVP
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.22.6
2
Assistant Production Manager in DAVP
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.22.8
3
Assistant Distribution Officer in DAVP/Assistant Media Executive
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.22.8
4
Assistant Business Manager in Publications Division
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.22.12
5
Carpenters in Films Division

3050-4590
3200-4900
PB-1
2000
7.22.14

MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT

1
Senior Employment Officer
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.23.4
2
Law Officer Grade II in DGMS
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.23.11
3
Legal Assistant in DGMS
(To be merged with the post of Law Officer Grade II)
5500-9000
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.23.11
4
Labour Enforcement Officers in Labour Bureau

6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.23.14

MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE

1
Assistant (Legal)

6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.24.12

MINISTRY OF MINES

1
Assistant Mining Geologist in IBM
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.26.5
2
Assistant Chemist in IBM
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.26.5
3
Mineral Officer in IBM
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.26.5
4
Senior Scientific Officer in the Directorate General of Mines Safety

6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.26.11

MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES AND PENSIONS

1
Language Instructors
6500-10500
7500-12000
PB-2
4800
7.32.10
2
Assistant Directors in ISTM
6500-10500
7500-12000
PB-2
4800
7.32.16
3
Constable in CBI
3050-4590
3200-4900
PB-1
2000
7.32.18
4
Head Constable in CBI
3200-4900
4000-6000
PB-1
2400
7.32.18
5
Assistant Sub Inspector in CBI
4000-6000
4500-7000
PB-1
2800
7.32.18
6
Inspector in CBI

6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.32.18

MINISTRY OF POWER

1
Professional/Statistical Assistant

4500-7000
5000-8000
PB-2
4200
7.35.2

MINISTRY OF SHIPPING, ROAD TRANSPORT & HIGHWAYS
Border Roads Organization

1.
Technical Assistant, Assistant Engineer and Chief Draughtsman in Deptt. of Road Transport & Highways.
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.39.20
2
Overseer in Border Roads Organisation
(To be merged with the promotional post of Superintendent BR Grade II)
3200-4900 5000-8000 PB-2 4200
7.39.22

3 Superintendent Grade II in the Civil Engineering and Electrical & Mechanical Cadre
4500-7000
5000-8000
PB-2
4200
7.39.23
4
Foreman Superintendent (Fire)

4000-6000
4500-7000
PB-1
2800
7.39.28

MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE & EMPOWERMENT

1
Senior Investigator in National Commission for Scheduled Castes

6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.40.4

MINISTRY OF STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION

1
Statistical Investigator Grade II
(To be merged with the post of Statistical Investigator Gr.I)

6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.41.5

MINISTRY OF TEXTILES

1
Assistant Director (Technical) in the Office of Textile Commissioner
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.43.11
2
Assistant Director (Economics) in the Office of Textile Commissioner
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.43.11
3
Assistant Director (Handicrafts) in the Office of Development Commissioner (Handicrafts)

6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.43.13

MINISTRY URBAN DEVELOPMENT

1
Assistant Engineer in Engineering Wing of CPWD
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.46.12
2
Assistant Director in Horticulture Wing of CPWD
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.46.17
3
Technical Officers in Drawing Wing of CPWD
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.46.23
4
Legal Assistants in the Directorate of Estates
5500-9000
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.46.27
5
UDC Incharge
(To be merged with the post of Deputy Store Keeper)

4500-7000
5000-8000
PB-2
4200
7.46.31

MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES

1
Superintendent in Central Water & Power Research Station
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.47.6
2
Assistant Director Gr.II in Central Water Commission

6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.47.8

MINISTRY OF WOMEN & CHILD DEVELOPMENT

1
Demonstration Officer Grade I/Senior Technical Assistant/Chemist
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.48.5

UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

1
Estate Manager & Meeting Officer, Jr. Analyst, Jr. Research Officer, Security Officer, Superintendent (DP), Reception Officer, Assistant Library & Information Officer, Data Processing & Processing Assistant and Superintendent (Typing)
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.53.6

INDIAN AUDIT AND ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT

1 Divisional Accounts Officer Gr.II 6500-10500 7450-11500 PB-2 4600
7.56.13
2 Divisional Accounts Officer Grade-I 7450-11500 7500-12000 PB-2 4800
7.56.13
3 Sr. Divisional Accounts Officer 7500-12000 8000-13500 PB-3 5400
7.56.13

UNION TERRITORIES

1 Constable in UTs other than Delhi
(Constables presently in a pay scale lower than Rs.3050-4590 shall be placed in the revised pay band PB-1 with grade pay of Rs.1800.
3050-4590
3200-4900
PB-1
2000
7.57.6
2
Head Constable in UTs other than Delhi
3200-4900
4000-6000
PB-1
2400
7.57.6
3
Assistant Sub Inspector in UTs other than Delhi
4000-6000
4500-7000
PB-1
2800
7.57.6
4
Inspector in UTs other than Delhi
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.57.6
5
Forest Guard/Forest Protection Force
3050-4590
3200-4900
PB-1
2000
7.57.7
6
Head Forest Guard
3200-4900
4000-6000
PB-1
2400
7.57.7
7
Forester/analogous posts
4000-6000
4500-7000
PB-1
2800
7.57.7
8
Tehsildars
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.57.11

Union Territory of Delhi

9
Archaeological Engineer in UT of Delhi
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4200
7.57.15
10
Horticulture Assistant in Department of Archaeology, Govt. of Delhi
4500-7000
6500-10500
PB-2
4200
7.57.16
11
Conservation Assistant in Department of Archaeology, Govt. of Delhi
4500-7000
6500-10500
PB-2
4200
7.57.16
12
Surveyor in Department of Archaeology, Govt. of Delhi
4500-7000
6500-10500
PB-2
4200
7.57.16
13
Horticulture Assistant in Departments of Revenue & Development, UT of Delhi
4500-7000
6500-10500
PB-2
4200
7.57.17
14
Technical Assistant in Departments of Revenue & Development, UT of Delhi
4500-7000
6500-10500
PB-2
4200
7.57.17
15
Plant Protection Assistant in Departments of Revenue & Development, UT of Delhi
4500-7000
6500-10500
PB-2
4200
7.57.17
16
Extension Officer in Departments of Revenue & Development
4500-7000
6500-10500
PB-2
4200
7.57.17
17
Village Level Worker
3200-4000
4000-6000
PB-2
2400
7.57.17
18
Project Officer in UT of Delhi
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.57.25
19
Junior Staff Officer in UT of Delhi
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.57.29
20
Public Prosecutor

6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.57.30
Union Territory of Lakshadweep

21
Assistant Director of Fisheries
(To be merged with the post of Dy. Director of Fisheries)

7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.57.47
22
Fireman
2610-4000
3050-4590
PB-1
1900
7.57.46
Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands

23
Patwari in the UT of Andaman & Nicobar Islands and also other UTs irrespective of the designation it carries.

3050-4590
3200-4900
PB-1
2000
7.57.61
Union Territory of Puducherry

24
Translator, Law Department
4500-7000
5000-8000
PB-2
4200
7.57.65
25
Reporter, Information Department (To be merged with the post of Sub Editor)
4000-6000
4500-7000
PB-1
2800
7.57.66
26
Overseer Grade I, Local Administration Department
4500-7000
5000-8000
PB-2
4200
7.57.68
27
Draughtsman Grade II
4500-7000
5000-8000
PB-2
4200
7.57.68
28
Editor of Debates, Legislative Assembly
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.57.71
29
Assistant Engineer (Marine), Fisheries Department
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.57.76
30
Overseer, Public Works Department
4000-6000
5000-8000
PB-2
4200
7.57.77
31
Sewage Analyst, Public Works Department
(To be merged with the post of Bio Chemist)
5500-9000
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.57.77
32
Bio Chemist
6500-10500
7450-11500
PB-2
4600
7.57.77
33
Fieldman , Animal Husbandry Department
3200-4900
4000-6000
PB-1
2400
7.57.79

THE SECOND SCHEDULE

Form of Option

[See Rule ____]

*(i) I _______________________________________hereby elect the revised pay structure with effect from 1st January, 2006.

*(ii) I _______________________________________ hereby elect to continue on the existing scale of pay of my substantive/officiating post mentioned below until:

* the date of my next increment
The date of my subsequent increment
raising my pay to Rs.
I vacate or cease to draw pay in the existing scale.
The date of my promotion to ______________

Existing Scale __________________________________

Signature ____________________________
Name _______________________________
Designation___________________________
Office in which employed_____________________________________
Date:
Station:

* To be scored out, if not applicable.
MEMORANDUM EXPLANATORY TO THE CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES
(REVISED PAY ) RULES , 2008

Rule 1 – This rule is self-explanatory.

Rule 2 – This rule lays down the categories of employees to whom the rules apply. Except for the categories excluded under clause (2), the rules are applicable to all persons under the rule making control of the President serving in Departments paid from Civil Estimates. They do not apply to the employees under the Ministry of Railways and civilian personnel paid from Defence Services Estimates, for whom separate rules will be issued by the Ministries concerned. The rules do not also apply to Gramin Dak Sevaks in the Department of Posts. The rules, however, apply to work charged establishments.

Rule 3 & 4 – These rules are self-explanatory.

Rule 5 – The intention is that all Government servants should be brought over to the revised pay structure except those who elect to draw pay in the existing scales. Those who exercise the option to continue on the existing scales of pay will continue to draw the dearness allowance at the rates in force on the 1st January, 2006 and the dearness allowance will count towards the emoluments for pension, etc. to the extent it so counted on the said date. If a Government servant is holding a permanent post in a substantive capacity and officiating in a higher post, or would have officiated in one or more posts but for his being on deputation etc., he has the option to retain the existing scale only in respect of one scale. Such a Government servant may retain the existing scale applicable to a permanent post or any one of the officiating posts. In respect of the remaining posts he will necessarily have to be brought over to the revised pay structure.

Rule 6 – This rule prescribes the manner in which option has to be exercised and also the authority who should be apprised of such option. The option has to be exercised in the appropriate form appended to the rules. It should be noted that it is not sufficient for a Government servant to exercise the option within the specified time limit but also to ensure that it reaches the prescribed authority within the time limit. In the case of persons who are outside India at the time these rules are promulgated, the period within which the option has to be exercised is three months from the date they take over charge of the post in India. In the case of Government servants the revised pay structure of whose posts are announced subsequent to the date of issue of these rules, the period of three months will run from the date of such announcement.

Persons who have retired between 1st January 2006 and the date of issue of these rules are also eligible to exercise option.

Rule 7(1) – This rule deals with the actual fixation of pay in the existing scales on 1st January, 2006. A few illustrations indicating the manner in which pay of Government servants should be fixed under this sub-rule subject to stepping up of pay under Notes below rule 7(1) are given in the attached Annexure.

Rule 7(2) – The benefit of this rule is not admissible in cases where a Government servant has elected the revised pay structure in respect of his substantive post, but has retained the existing scale in respect of an officiating post.

Rule 8 – This Rule prescribes the method of fixation of pay of employees appointed as fresh recruits on or after 1.1.2006.

Rule 9 & 10 – These rules prescribe the manner in which the next increment in the new scale should be regulated. The provisos to this rule are intended to eliminate the anomalies of junior Government servants drawing more pay than their senior by the operation of substantive part of this rule and also taking care of the Government servants who have been drawing pay at the maximum of the existing scale for more than one year as on 1.1.2006 and also those Government servants who have been stagnating at the maximum of the existing scale and are actually in receipt of stagnation increment on ad hoc basis.

Rule 11 to 17 – These rules are self-explanatory.

[File No.1/1/2008-IC]
SUSHAMA NATH, SECRETARY.

Illustration 1 : Fixation of initial pay in the revised pay structure

1. Existing Scale of Pay Rs.4000-100-6000 2 Pay Band applicable PB-1 Rs.5200-20200

3. Existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 Rs.4800 4. Pay after multiplication by a factor of 1.86
Rs. 8928 (Rounded off to Rs.8930)

5. Pay in the Pay Band PB-2 Rs.8930

6. Stage in the Pay Band after including benefit of bunching, if admissible Rs.8930
7. Grade Pay attached to the scale Rs.2400
8. Revised basic pay – total of pay in the pay band and grade pay Rs.11330

Illustration 2 : Fixation of initial pay in the revised pay structure of medical officers
1. Existing Scale of Pay Rs.10000-15200 2. Pay Band applicable PB-3 Rs.15600-39100
3. Existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 Rs.10000 4. Pay after multiplication by a factor of 1.86
Rs.18600 5.Existing Non Practising Allowance (NPA) Rs.2500+Rs.1250 6. DA on NPA Rs.900
7. Pay in the Pay Band PB-3 Rs.18600+Rs.900=Rs.19500
8. Stage in the Pay Band after including benefit of bunching, if admissible Rs.19500
9. Grade Pay attached to the scale Rs.6600
10. Revised basic pay – total of pay in the pay band and grade pay Rs.26100
11. Revised NPA Rs.6525

Illustration 3
Stage 1 : Initial fixation of Group D employee in -1S
1. Existing Scale of Pay Rs.2500-55-2660-60-3200 2. Pay Band applicable -1S Rs.4440-7440
3. Existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 Rs.2840 4. Pay after multiplication by a factor of 1.86
Rs.5282 (Rounded off to Rs.5290) 5. Pay in the Pay Band Rs.5290
6. Stage in the Pay Band after including benefit of bunching, if admissible Rs.5290
7. Grade Pay attached to the scale Rs.1300
8. Revised basic pay – total of pay in the pay band and grade pay Rs.6590

Stage 2 : Fixation of Group D employee possessing requisite qualification or after retraining

1. Existing Scale of Pay Rs.2500-55-2660-60-3200 2. Pay Band applicable PB-1 s.5200-20200
3. Existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 Rs.2840 4. Pay after multiplication by a factor of 1.86 Rs.5282 (Rounded off to Rs.5290) 5. Pay in the Pay Band PB-1 Rs.5290 6. Stage in the Pay Band after including benefit of bunching, if admissible Rs.5530 7. Grade Pay attached to the scale Rs1800 8. Revised basic pay – total of pay in the pay band and grade pay Rs.7330

Illustration 4 : Pay fixation in cases where posts have been upgraded

1. Existing Scale of Pay Rs.6500-200-10500 (Corresponding Grade Pay Rs.4200)
2. Pay Band applicable PB-2 Rs.9300-34800
3. Upgraded to the Scale of Pay Rs.7500-250-12000 (Corresponding Grade Pay Rs.4800)
4. Existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 Rs.7300 5. Pay after multiplication by a factor of 1.86
Rs. 13578 (Rounded off to Rs.13580)
6. Pay in the Pay Band PB-2 Rs.13580 7. Stage in the Pay Band after including benefit of bunching, if admissible Rs.13580 8. Grade Pay attached to the scale of Rs.7500-250-12000
Rs.4800
9. Revised basic pay – total of pay in the pay band and grade pay Rs.18380
Illustration 5 : Pay fixation on grant of increment in the revised pay structure
1. Pay in the PB-2 Rs.9300 2. Grade Pay Rs.4200 3. Total of pay + grade pay Rs.13500
4. Rate of increment 3% of row 3 5. Amount of increment Rs.405 rounded off to Rs.410
6. Pay in the pay band after increment Rs.9300 + 410 7. Pay after increment Rs.9710
8. Grade pay applicable Rs.4200

Resolution

(To be Published in the Gazette of India Extraordinary Part-I Section-I)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
Resolution
New Delhi, the 29th August, 2008
Bhadrapada , 1930 (Saka)
No: 1/1/2008-I-C The Sixth Central Pay Commission was set up by the Government of India vide Resolution No.5/2/2006-E.III(A) dated 5th October, 2006 as amended by Resolution No.5/2/2006-E.III(A) dated 7th December, 2006 (to include Members of regulatory bodies (excluding RBI) set up under Acts of Parliament) and Resolution No.5/2/2006-E.III(A) dated 8th August, 2007 (to include the officers and employees of the Supreme Court). On the 24th March, 2008, the Commission submitted its Report relating to structure of emoluments, allowances, conditions of service and retirement benefits of Central Government employees including those belonging to Union Territories, members of All India Services, personnel belonging to the Defence Forces, officers and employees of the Indian Audit and Accounts Department (IA&AD) and Chairpersons/Members of Regulatory Bodies (except Reserve Bank of India). The Government have given careful consideration to the recommendations of the Commission in respect of civilian employees of the Central Government in Groups ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ as also those in the All India Services and Chairpersons/Members of Regulatory Bodies (except Reserve Bank of India) and have decided that the recommendations of the Commission in respect of these categories of Central Government employees, All India Services and Chairpersons/Members of Regulatory Bodies (except Reserve Bank of India) shall be accepted as a package subject to the modifications mentioned below:-
(i) The following Pay Bands recommended by the Commission will be improved and the modified Pay Bands will be as below:
Recommended by the Commission Decision of the Government
PB-1 Rs.4860-20200 PB-1 Rs.5200-20200
PB-2 Rs.8700-34800 PB-2 Rs.9300-34800
PB-4 Rs.39200-67000 PB-4 Rs.37400-67000
(ii) A new pay scale of Rs.75500- (annual increment @ 3%)-80000 designated as HAG+ will be carved out of PB-4;
(iii) The following Grade Pays recommended by the Commission will be improved and the modified Grade Pays will be as below:-
Recommended by the Commission Decision of the Government
Grade Pay of Rs.6100 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scales of Rs.10000-15200 and Rs.10325-10975. Grade Pay – Rs.6600 in PB-3
Grade Pay of Rs.6500 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.10650-15850. Grade Pay – Rs.6600 in PB-3
Grade Pay of Rs.6600 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.12000-16500. Grade Pay – Rs.7600 in PB-3
Grade Pay of Rs.7500 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.12750-16500. Grade Pay – Rs.7600 in PB-3
Grade Pay of Rs.7600 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.12000-18000. Grade Pay – Rs.7600 in PB-3
Grade Pay of Rs.7600 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.14300-18300. Grade Pay – Rs.8700 in PB-4
Grade Pay of Rs.8300 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.15100-18300. Grade Pay – Rs.8700 in PB-4
Grade Pay of Rs.8400 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scales of Rs.16400-20000 and Rs.16400-20900. Grade Pay – Rs.8900 in PB-4
Grade Pay of Rs.9000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scales of Rs.14300-22400 and Rs.18400-22400. Grade Pay – Rs.10000 in PB-4
Grade Pay of Rs.11000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.22400-24500. Grade Pay – Rs.12000 in PB-4
Grade Pay of Rs.13000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scales of Rs.22400-26000 and Rs.24050-26000. A separate pay scale of Rs.75500- (annual increment @ 3%)-80000 designated as HAG+
Note 1: The edge presently accorded to the Indian Administrative Service and India Foreign Service at three grades viz., Senior Time Scale, Junior Administrative Grade and Selection Grade will continue in the form of two additional increments @ 3% each which will be adjusted in the pay band.
Note 2: Grade Pay will determine seniority of posts only within a cadre’s hierarchy and not between various cadres;
(iv) With regard to fixation of pay in the revised Pay Bands, the basic pay drawn as on 1.1.2006 on the existing Fifth CPC pay scales will be multiplied by a factor of 1.86 and then rounded off to next multiple of 10. This will be the pay in the revised running Pay Band. Grade Pay, as approved by the Government, corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale, will then be added to the Pay in the revised Pay Band. The total of pay in the Pay Band and grade pay will be the revised Basic Pay as on 1.1.2006;
(v) Rate of annual increments will be modified from 2.5% recommended by the Commission to 3% (three per cent) and the rate of variable increment for high achievers in PB-3 will be 4% instead of 3.5% recommended by the Commission;
(vi) “Campus” restriction for grant of Transport Allowance will be removed. Consequently, employees living in campuses will also be eligible for Transport Allowance. Further, Transport Allowance for the employees at the lowest levels will be increased to Rs.600 (from Rs.400) in A-1/A class cities and Rs.400 (from Rs.300) in other towns;
(vii) Three upgradations will be granted under Assured Career Progression (ACP) Scheme at 10, 20 and 30 years as per the modified ACP Scheme recommended by the Commission. ACP Scheme will also be applicable to Group A employees;
(viii) Administrative ministries concerned will take an administrative view on the recommendation of Sixth Pay Commission relating to deputation quota for Indian Police Service officers in Central Para Military Forces (CPMFs) at the level of Deputy Inspector General (DIG) and above. The posts of Additional DIGs upgraded to the grade of DIG will, however, be continued to be manned by the cadre officers of the CPMFs;
(ix) Empanelments and cadre reviews for Central Group A Services will be brought up-to-date in an year; and
(x) Regarding Group ‘B’ cadres, the Commission’s recommendations will be modified in the following manner: –
a) After 4 years of regular service in the entry grade of Rs.4800 in PB-2, Officers belonging to Delhi and Andaman & Nicobar Islands Civil Service and Delhi and Andaman & Nicobar Islands Police Service will be granted the non-functional grade of Rs.5400 in PB-3 and not in PB-2;
b) After 4 years of regular service in the Section Officer/Private Secretary/equivalent grade of Rs.4800 grade pay in PB-2, officers of Central Secretariat Service, Central Secretariat Stenographers Service and other similarly placed HQ services will also be granted the non-functional grade of Rs.5400 in PB-3 and not in PB-2 ;
c) In the IA&AD and all organized accounts cadres, posts of Section Officers and Assistant Audit/Accounts Officers will be merged and placed in PB-2 with grade pay of Rs.4800 as recommended by the Commission. In modification of Sixth CPC’s recommendations, Audit/Accounts Officers (AOs) will be placed in PB-2 with grade pay of Rs.5400 and Senior AOs will be placed in PB-3 with grade pay of Rs.5400;
d) Group B officers of Departments of Posts, Revenue, etc. will be granted Grade Pay of Rs.5400 in PB-2 on non-functional basis after 4 years of regular service in the grade pay of Rs.4800 in PB-2.
2. The Commission’s recommendations and Government decision thereon with regard to revised scales of pay and dearness allowance for civilian employees of the Central Government and personnel of All India Services as detailed in the Part-A of the Annex-I will be made effective from 1st day of January, 2006.
3. The revised allowances, other than dearness allowance, will be effective from 1st day of September, 2008.
4. The Commission’s recommendation regarding payment of arrears has been modified to the extent that the arrears will be paid in cash in two instalments – first instalment of 40% during the current financial year (2008-09) and the remaining 60% in the next financial year (2009-10).
5. The Government has agreed to refer the recommendations of the Commission in regard to pay scales of Master Craftsmen in the Ministry of Railways to a Fast Track Committee to be constituted by the Government. In the meantime, normal replacement scales will apply in the case of Master Craftsmen.
6. The Government has approved setting up of Anomalies Committees to examine individual, post-specific and cadre-specific anomalies. The Anomalies Committees should endeavour to complete their work in one year.
7. Department specific recommendations which are not included in this Resolution shall be processed by the concerned Department/Ministry and approvals of the Government obtained in consultation with the Ministry of Finance and/or Department of Personnel and Training.
8. The Commission’s recommendations regarding higher pay package of Rs.2.5 lakh and Rs.3 lakh p.m. (without house and car) for Chairpersons and full-time Members of five specified Regulatory Bodies, viz., Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, Securities and Exchange Board of India and the Competition Commission of India have been accepted by the Government. However, the existing incumbents in the specified Regulatory Bodies will be offered an option to retain their present pay and allowances together with car and house or to choose the higher pay package without house and car. For Chairpersons and Members of all other Regulatory Bodies, the normal replacement scales will apply.
9. The Government has granted “in principle” approval to a scheme of allowances for CPMF officers of the rank of Commandant and below, and other ranks in the battalions deployed in difficult areas/counter-insurgency areas and in high altitude areas, keeping in view the allowances granted to Defence Forces personnel in such, or similar, areas and the Detachment and other allowances granted to the CPMF personnel at present, to be worked out in consultation with Department of Expenditure.
10. The Government has decided that the practice of provision of Suraksha Sahayaks to officers in CPMFs will be discontinued with effect from a date to be fixed. Meanwhile, posts may be created on the basis of functional justification. The decision regarding Suraksha Sahayaks will also apply to similarly placed categories in other Departments.
11. The Government has accepted the suggestion from the Departments of Space and Atomic Energy and Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO) for granting variable increments to really deserving Scientists at the time of promotions. Details will be worked out in consultation with Ministry of Finance. The Government has also decided to continue the existing system of grant of Rs.2000 Special Pay to Scientists G on promotion and doubling of the amount to Rs.4000 p.m. in Departments of Space and Atomic Energy and DRDO and the continuation of the existing practice of grant of two additional increments to Scientists from Level C to F in these departments.
12. The Dynamic ACP Scheme for Doctors will be extended upto the Senior Administrative Grade (grade pay of Rs.10000 in PB-4) for Medical Doctors having 20 years of regular service, or seven years of regular service in the non-functional selection grade of Rs.8700 grade pay in PB-4. Also, all the Medical Doctors, whether belonging to Organized Services, or holding isolated posts, will be covered by the DACP Scheme.
13. The decision of the Government on the recommendations of the Commission relating to other matters in respect of Civilian employees of the Central Government belonging to Groups ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ are indicated in Column 3 of Part-B of the statement annexed to this Resolution. In regard to the All India Services, appropriate action will be taken by Department of Personnel & Training to give effect to the decisions on these matters as may be applicable to them.
14. The recommendations made by the Commission which have not been accepted are placed at Annex-II.
15. The Government have decided that certain recommendations made by the Commission will be examined separately and decisions thereon will be notified later. A list of such recommendations is placed at Annex-III.
16. The decision taken on the other recommendations of general nature made by the Commission which are not included in the Annexures will be notified separately.
17. The Government of India wish to place on record their appreciation of the work done by the Commission.
ORDER
Ordered that the Resolution be published in the Gazette of India Extraordinary.
Ordered that a copy of the Resolution be communicated to the Ministries/Departments of the Government of India, State Governments, Administrations of Union Territories and all other concerned.
(Sushama Nath)
Secretary to the Government of IndiaANNEX-I
PART – A
Statement showing the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission on Pay and Dearness Allowance relating to Civilian employees in Group A, B, C and D and personnel of All India Services and Government’s decisions thereon. (References to chapters and paragraphs in the Statement are to the Pay Commission’s Report).
1. PAY
I. Revised Scales of Pay
(i) A statement showing the recommendations of Sixth Pay Commission on the Pay Structure of Civilian employees in Groups A, B, C and D and personnel of All India Services and Government’s decisions thereon.
(in Rs.)
Present Scale Revised Pay Scales recommended by the Sixth Central Pay Commission
Revised Pay Structure Sl. No. Pay Scale Pay Scale Pay Band Corresponding Pay Bands Grade Pay Pay Band Corresponding Pay Bands Grade Pay
1 S-1 2550-55-2660-60-3200 -1S 4440-7440 1300 -1S 4440-7440 1300
2 S-2 2610-60-3150-65-3540 -1S 4440-7440 1400 -1S 4440-7440 1400
3 S-2A 2610-60-2910-65-3300-70-4000 -1S 4440-7440 1600 -1S 4440-7440 1600
4 S-3 2650-65-3300-70-4000 -1S 4440-7440 1650 -1S 4440-7440 1650
5 S-4 2750-70-3800-75-4400 PB-1 4860-20200 1800 PB-1 5200-20200 1800
6 S-5 3050-75-3950-80-4590 PB-1 4860-20200 1900 PB-1 5200-20200 1900
7 S-6 3200-85-4900 PB-1 4860-20200 2000 PB-1 5200-20200 2000
8 S-7 4000-100-6000 PB-1 4860-20200 2400 PB-1 5200-20200 2400
9 S-8 4500-125-7000 PB-1 4860-20200 2800 PB-1 5200-20200 2800
10 S-9 5000-150-8000 PB-2 8700-34800 4200 PB-2 9300-34800 4200
11 S-10 5500-175-9000 PB-2 8700-34800 4200 PB-2 9300-34800 4200
12 S-11 6500-200-6900 PB-2 8700-34800 4200 PB-2 9300-34800 4200
13 S-12 6500-200-10500 PB-2 8700-34800 4200 PB-2 9300-34800 4200
14 S-13 7450-225-11500 PB-2 8700-34800 4600 PB-2 9300-34800 4600
15 S-14 7500-250-12000 PB-2 8700-34800 4800 PB-2 9300-34800 4800
16 S-15 8000-275-13500 PB-2 8700-34800 5400 PB-2 9300-34800 5400
Present Scale Revised Pay Scales recommended by the Sixth Central Pay Commission
Revised Pay Structure
Sl. No. Pay Scale Pay Scale Pay Band Corresponding Pay Bands Grade Pay Pay Band Corresponding Pay Bands Grade Pay
17 New Scale 8000-275-13500 (Group A Entry) PB-3 15600-39100 5400 PB-3 15600-39100
5400
18 S-16 9000 PB-3 15600-39100 5400 PB-3 15600-39100 5400
19 S-17 9000-275-9550 PB-3 15600-39100 5400 PB-3 15600-39100 5400
20 S-18 10325-325-10975 PB-3 15600-39100 6100 PB-3 15600-39100 6600
21 S-19 10000-325-15200 PB-3 15600-39100 6100 PB-3 15600-39100 6600
22 S-20 10650-325-15850 PB-3 15600-39100 6500 PB-3 15600-39100 6600
23 S-21 12000-375-16500 PB-3 15600-39100 6600 PB-3 15600-39100 7600
24 S-22 12750-375-16500 PB-3 15600-39100 7500 PB-3 15600-39100 7600
25 S-23 12000-375-18000 PB-3 15600-39100 7600 PB-3 15600-39100 7600
26 S-24 14300-400-18300 PB-3 15600-39100 7600 PB-4 37400-67000 8700
27 S-25 15100-400-18300 PB-3 15600-39100 8300 PB-4 37400-67000 8700
28 S-26 16400-450-20000 PB-3 15600-39100 8400 PB-4 37400-67000 8900
29 S-27 16400-450-20900 PB-3 15600-39100 8400 PB-4 37400-67000 8900
30 S-28 14300-450-22400 PB-4 39200-67000 9000 PB-4 37400-67000 10000
31 S-29 18400-500-22400 PB-4 39200-67000 9000 PB-4 37400-67000 10000
32 S-30 22400-525-24500 PB-4 39200-67000 11000 PB-4 37400-67000 12000
33 S-31 22400-600-26000 PB-4 39200-67000 13000 HAG+ Scale 75500-80000 Nil
34 S-32 24050-650-26000 PB-4 39200-67000 13000 HAG+ Scale 75500-80000 Nil
35 S-33 26000 (Fixed) Apex Scale 80000 (Fixed) Nil Apex Scale 80000 (Fixed) Nil
36 S-34 30000 (Fixed) Cab. Sec. 90000 (Fixed) Nil Cab. Sec. 90000 (Fixed) Nil
(II) Pay scales of All India Services
Sl. No. Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Decision of the Government
(i) Indian Administrative Service* Grade Pay Rs.5400 in PB-3 (Rs.15600-39100) for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.8000-13500.
Grade Pay Rs.6500 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.10650-15850.
Grade Pay Rs.7500 in PB-3 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.12750-16500.
Grade Pay Rs.8300 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.15100-18300.
Grade Pay Rs.9000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.18400-22400.
Grade Pay Rs.11000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.22400-24500.
Apex Scale of Rs.80000 (fixed) Accepted
Grade Pay modified to Rs.6600. Two additional increments to be granted at the time of promotion to this grade. Grade Pay modified to Rs.7600. Two additional increments to be granted at the time of promotion to this grade. Grade Pay modified to Rs.8700 and placed in PB-4. PB-4 modified to Rs.37400-67000. Two additional increments to be granted at the time of promotion to this grade.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.10000. Government to restore the eligibility for promotion to Super Time Scale of the IAS to 16 years, which was reduced to 14 years in January 2008.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.12000
Accepted
Relevant orders shall be issued by the cadre controlling authority.

*The pay structure for the IAS will also be applicable to the Indian Foreign Service.
(ii)
Indian Police Service
Grade Pay Rs.5400 in PB-3 (Rs.15600-39100) for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.8000-13500.
Grade Pay Rs.6100 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.10000-15200.
Grade Pay Rs.6600 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.12000-16500.
Grade Pay Rs.7600 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.14300-18300.
Grade Pay Rs.8400 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scales of Rs.16400-20000.
Grade Pay Rs.9000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.18400-22400.
Grade Pay Rs.11000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.22400-24500.
Grade Pay of Rs.13000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.24050-26000.
Apex Scale of Rs.80000 (fixed)
Posts of Directors General Sashastra Seema Bal and Indo-Tibetan Border Police may be upgraded to the apex scale.
Accepted.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.6600.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.7600.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.8700 and placed in PB-4. PB-4 modified to Rs.37400-67000.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.8900 and placed in PB-4.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.10000
Grade Pay modified to Rs.12000. Eligibility for promotion to Super Time Scale of the IPS continue to be 18 years.
A new pay scale of Rs.75500- (annual increment @ 3%)-80000 designated as HAG+ carved out of PB-4
Indian Police Service Pay Rules will be appropriately modified to provide in each State cadre one post of Director General of Police as head of the police force in the apex scale of Rs.80,000.
Accepted.
Relevant orders shall be issued by the cadre controlling authority.
(iii)
Indian Forest Service
Grade Pay Rs.5400 in PB-3 (Rs.15600-39100) for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.8000-13500.
Grade Pay Rs.6100 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.10000-15200.
Grade Pay Rs.6600 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.12000-16500.
Grade Pay Rs.7600 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.14300-18300.
Grade Pay Rs.8400 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scales of Rs.16400-20000.
Grade Pay Rs.9000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.18400-22400.
Grade Pay Rs.11000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.22400-24500.
Grade Pay of Rs.13000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.24050-26000.
Apex Scale of Rs.80000 (fixed)
Accepted
Grade Pay modified to Rs.6600.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.7600.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.8700 and placed in PB-4. PB-4 modified to Rs.37400-67000.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.8900 and placed in PB-4.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.10000
Grade Pay modified to Rs.12000
A new pay scale of Rs.75500- (annual increment @ 3%)-80000 designated as HAG+ carved out of PB-4.
Indian Forest Service Pay Rules will be appropriately modified to provide in each State cadre one post of Principal Chief Conservator of Forests as head of the forest service in the apex scale of Rs.80,000.
Relevant orders shall be issued by the cadre controlling authority.
(III) Pay scales of Central Services Group ‘A’
Sl. No.
Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission
Decision of the Government
(i)
Central Services Group ‘A’
Grade Pay Rs.5400 in PB-3 (Rs.15600-39100) for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.8000-13500.
Grade Pay Rs.6100 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.10000-15200.
Grade Pay Rs.6600 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.12000-16500.
Grade Pay Rs.7600 in PB-3 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.14300-18300.
Grade Pay Rs.9000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.18400-22400.
Grade Pay Rs.11000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scale of Rs.22400-24500.
Grade Pay of Rs.13000 in PB-4 for the pre-revised pay scales of Rs. 22400-26000 and Rs.24050-26000.
Apex Scale of Rs.80000 (fixed)
Whenever any IAS officer of a particular batch is posted in the Centre to a particular grade carrying a specific grade pay in pay bands PB-3 or PB-4, grant of higher pay scale on non-functional basis to the officers belonging to batches of organised Group A services that are senior by two years or more should be given by the Government.
Eligibility criteria prescribed for promotion to Senior Administrative Grade in various organized Group A services should be uniform.
Accepted
Grade Pay modified to Rs.6600.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.7600.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.8700 and placed in PB-4. PB-4 modified to Rs.37400-67000.
Grade Pay modified to Rs.10000
Grade Pay modified to Rs.12000
A new pay scale of Rs.75500- (annual increment @ 3%)-80000 designated as HAG+ carved out of PB-4 Accepted
Accepted. This will also be applicable to the Indian Police Service and the Indian Foreign Service in their respective State cadres for which the relevant cadre controlling authorities will issue the orders. Accepted
(IV) Pay and allowances of Chairpersons and full-time Members of Regulatory Bodies
Sl. No. Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Decision of the Government (i) (ii)
Normal replacement pay bands and grade pay recommended to be granted in general to the existing Members of regulatory bodies. Rates of allowances presently admissible to be revised on par with those recommended for corresponding categories of Government employees. (Para No. 8.1.7)
The pay and allowances of Chairman and full-time Members of five specified Regulatory Bodies, viz., Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, Securities and Exchange Board of India and the Competition Commission of India to be de-linked from Government salaries and those appointed as Members through the revised process should be paid a consolidated salary of Rs.1,50,000 p.m., while the Chairperson may be paid Rs.2,00,000 p.m. in case a car and house are provided. In case no car and house is given, the Chairperson should be paid a consolidated salary of Rs.3,00,000 p.m. and Members Rs.2,50,000. (Para No. 8.1.7) Accepted
The Commission’s recommendations regarding higher pay package of Rs.2.5 lakh and Rs.3 lakh p.m. (without house and car) for Chairpersons and full-time Members of the five specified Regulatory Bodies accepted. However, the existing incumbents in these Regulatory Bodies will be offered an option to retain their present pay and allowances together with car and house or to choose the higher pay package without house and car.
(V) Formula for fixation of pay in the revised pay structure of Pay Bands and Grade Pays
Sl. No. Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Decision of the Government
(i) The pay of employees may be fixed in the proposed scales of pay in the manner laid down in Para 2.2.21(i) to (v) of the Report. Accepted with the following modifications:
(a) Fixation of pay in the revised Pay Bands will be done by multiplying the basic pay drawn as on 1/1/2006 on the existing Fifth CPC pay scales by a factor of 1.86 and then rounded off to next multiple of 10 and not by a factor of 1.74 as recommended by the Commission.
(b) In the case of Medical Doctors, Dearness Allowance on the Non Practising Allowance will be taken into account while fixing their pay in the revised Pay Bands.
(ii)
a) Though –1S pay scale is not a regular pay scale, initially all Group D employees shall be placed in the -1S pay scale with appropriate grade pay. This pay scale has been devised mainly for the purpose of initial fixation of pay of the Group D employees who had already been recruited on a regular basis as on the date of implementation of this recommendation by the Government.
b) Thereafter, such of those Group D employees as already possess the revised minimum qualifications prescribed for entry into the Group C pay band along with a grade pay of Rs.1800 would be placed in that grade (i.e. pay band of Rs.4860-20200 along with a grade pay of Rs.1800) with effect from 1.1.2006. No fitment benefit would be given again for this fixation.
c) Such of those existing Group D employees who do not possess the minimum qualifications prescribed would need to be retrained and a training package would need to be evolved separately for each of the individual Ministry/Department/Organisation keeping in view their specific needs. After re-training with emphasis on multi-skilling, the Group D staff will be placed in the Pay Band PB-1 of Rs.4860-20200 with the grade pay of Rs.1800. Once placed in the PB-1 Pay Band, this category of Group D staff will regain their seniority vis-à-vis the other category of Group D staff that already possessed the minimum prescribed qualifications and were, therefore, placed in the PB-1 Pay Band immediately.
e) Inter-se seniority of all the employees in erstwhile Group D will be fully maintained with Group D employee in a higher Fifth CPC pay scale being placed higher vis-à-vis an employee in a lower pay scale. Within the same pre-revised pay scale, the seniority will be fixed on the basis of date on which the person came to be placed in that pay scale.
f) Arrears shall be payable with effect from 1.1.2006 in both the cases: to those Group D employees who possess the prescribed qualifications and those Group D employees who do not possess the prescribed qualifications. Retraining of the latter should preferably be completed with in a short period, say 6 months, so that fixation in pay band PB-I and payment arrears of salary is not unduly delayed. Accepted
Accepted with the modification that PB-1 will be Rs.5200-20200.
Accepted with the modification that PB-1 will be Rs.5200-20200. Accepted
Accepted (VI) Date of effect Sl. No. Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Decision of the Government
(i) The revised structure of pay bands and grade pay to be implemented from 1/1/2006. (Para 6.5.2) Accepted
(VII) Annual Increments Sl. No. Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Decision of the Government
(i) Rate of Annual Increment: All the running pay bands will have annual increments in form of two and half percent of the total of pay in the pay band and the corresponding grade pay. (Para 2.2.11) Modified to 3% from 2.5% recommended by the Commission.
(ii) For Group A Pay Band PB-3, annual increments in the band will vary depending upon the performance. Not less than eighty percent of the employees in the grade will be allowed normal increment at the rate of 2.5% with the remaining 20% high performers during the year being allowed increment at the higher rate of 3.5%. (Para 2.2.12)
The rate of variable increment for high achievers in PB-3 increased to 4% from 3.5% recommended by the Commission.
(iii) Date of Annual Increments: The date of annual increments, in all cases, to be 1st July. Employees completing six months and above in the scale as on July 1 to be eligible. (Para 2.2.11)
Accepted
(edVIII) Payment of Arrears Sl. No. Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission
Decision of the Government
(i) The Government may pay the arrears in two equal instalments in different years. (Para 10.1.15) Accepted with the modification that the arrears will be paid in cash in two instalments – first instalment of 40% during the current financial year (2008-09) and the remaining 60% in the next financial year (2009-10).
2. Compensation for price rise (Dearness Allowance) Sl. No. Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Decision of the Government
(i) The Government should keep revising the base year in the existing fixed base index method as frequently as feasible. (Para 4.1.10) Accepted
(ii) National Statistical Commission to be asked to explore the possibility of a specific survey covering Government employees exclusively, so as to construct a consumption basket representative of Government employees and formulate a separate index. Meanwhile, the Government may continue to use the AICPI (IW) for estimating the DA, subject to the modifications proposed in the subsequent paras. (Para 4.1.13) Accepted
(iii) AICPI (IW) with base 2001 may, henceforth, be used for the purpose of calculating DA till it gets revised The reference base for calculation of Dearness Allowance with effect from 1.1.2006 will be the 12 monthly average index of 536 as per AICPI (IW), 1982 series. This, when converted to 2001 series, using the linking factor of 4.63, works out to 116. (Para 4.1.14)
Accepted. The base using the 2001 series works out to be 115.76.
Note: The instalment of Dearness Allowance sanctioned from 1.1.2006 onwards will be adjusted against the DA payable under revised formula/arrears on account of revision of pay scales.
(iv) Government to take expeditious steps to rectify distortions in the construction of the current AICPI (IW) series. The National Statistical Commission may also take these factors into consideration while evolving a separate index for Government employees. (Para 4.1.14)
Accepted
(v) Merger of dearness allowance with basic pay at any stage not recommended. (Para 4.1.18)
Accepted.
(vi) DA may continue to be sanctioned twice a year as on 1st January and 1st July payable with the salary of March and September respectively for administrative convenience with inflation neutralization being maintained at 100% at all levels. (Para 4.1.19)
Accepted.
3. Non-Practising Allowance Sl. No. Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Decision of the Government
(i) Doctors should continue to be paid NPA at the existing rate of 25% of the aggregate of the band pay and grade pay subject to the condition that the Basic Pay + NPA does not exceed Rs.85,000. The facility of NPA cannot be extended to any other category. NPA should be restricted only to the medical Doctors occupying posts for which minimum qualifications of a medical degree is prescribed. (Para 4.2.53) Accepted.
4. Assured Career Progression Scheme Sl. No. Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission
Decision of the Government
1. The Commission has recommended that the existing scheme of Assured Career Progression may be continued with two financial upgradations being allowed as at present with the following modifications:-
i) The scheme will also be available to all posts belonging to Group A – whether isolated or not. Organised Group A services will, however, not be covered under the scheme.
ii) Benefit of pay fixation available at the time of normal promotion shall be allowed at the time of financial upgradations under the scheme. Thus, an increase of 2.5% of pay and grade pay shall be available as financial upgradation under the scheme.
iii) The grade pay shall change at the time of financial upgradation under this scheme. The grade pay given at the time of financial upgradation under ACPS will be the immediate next higher grade pay in the hierarchy of revised pay bands and grade pay being recommended. Thus, grade pay at the time of financial upgradation under ACPS can, in certain cases where regular promotion is not between two successive grades, be different than what is available at the time of regular promotion. In such cases, the higher grade pay attached to the next promotion post in the hierarchy of the concerned cadre/ organization will be given only at the time of regular promotion.
iv) Financial upgradation under the scheme will be available whenever a person has spent 12 years continuously in the same grade. However, not more than two financial upgradations shall be given in the entire career as was provided in the extant scheme.
The scheme with aforesaid modifications shall be called modified ACPS and will ensure suitable progression uniformly to all the employees in Central Government. (Para No. 6.1.15)
Accepted with the modification that there will be three upgradations under the ACP Scheme after 10, 20 and 30 years of service. Accepted.
Accepted with the modification that the rate of increment will be 3%. Accepted.
Modified to the extent that the financial upgradation will be available whenever a person has spent 10 years continuously in the same grade. Further, three upgradations after 10, 20 and 30 years of service will be allowed.
5. Performance Related Incentive Scheme Sl. No. Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Decision of the Government
(i) The Commission has recommended introduction of a new performance based pecuniary benefit, over and above the regular salary, for the Government employees. The benefit will be called Performance Related Incentive Scheme (PRIS) and will be payable taking into account the performance of the employee during the period under consideration. It is based on the principle of differential reward for differential performance. (Para No.2.5.8)
Accepted. Detailed guidelines will be issued by the nodal Ministry.
Department of Science & Technology will work out a PRIS scheme for scientists.
PART – B
Statement showing the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission on other Allowances relating to Civilian employees in Groups A, B, C and D and Government’s decision thereon. (References to Chapters and Paragraphs in the Statement are to the Pay Commission’s Report).
Sl. No.
Recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission Decision of the Government
1. City Compensatory Allowance City Compensatory Allowance may be abolished. (Para 4.2.8)
Accepted
2. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vi) (v) Other Compensatory Allowances Rates of Special Compensatory (Hill Area/Remote Locality), Tribal Area Allowance, Project Allowance and Bad Climate Allowance may be revised as under :
Special Compensatory (Hill Area) Allowance/Bad Climate Allowance/Tribal Area Allowance
Category
Bad climate/Tribal Area allowance
Special Compensatory (Hill Area) Allowance
For posts in the grade pay of Rs.5400 and above Rs.400 p.m. Rs.600 p.m.
For other posts Rs.240 p.m. Rs.480 p.m.
(Para No.4.2.24.1)
Special Compensatory (Remote Locality) Allowance Category Part A (Rs. p.m.) Part B(Rs. p.m.)
Part C (Rs. p.m.) Part D (Rs. p.m.)
For posts in the grade pay of Rs.5400 and above 2600 2100 1500 400
For posts in the grade pay of less than Rs.5400 2000 1600 1200 320
(Para No.4.2.24.2) Project Allowance Category Project allowance For posts in the grade pay of Rs.5400 and above Rs.1500 p.m. For posts in the grade pay of less than Rs.5400 Rs.1000 p.m.
(Para No.4.2.24.3)
The rates of all the above allowances shall automatically increase by 25% whenever the Dearness Allowance payable on the revised pay bands goes up by 50%. (Para No.4.2.24.4)
Special Compensatory Allowance for Gandhinagar and Special Compensatory (Border Area) Allowance may be abolished. (Para No.4.2.24.5)
Special (Duty) Allowance for postings to North East Regions should be paid to all Central Government employees at the existing rates on their posting on transfer to any North East Region irrespective of whether the transfer is from outside the North East Region or from another area of that region. The condition that the employees have all India transfer liability should also be dispensed with. No increase in the rate of this allowance is being recommended as the allowance is paid as a percentage of the pay. The Commission has recommended that the Special (Duty) Allowance as well as other concessions allowed to the Government employees in North East region should also be extended to the Government employees posted in Ladakh. (Para No. 4.2.25)
No change is recommended in respect of Island Special (Duty) allowance. This allowance may, henceforth, also be paid to all Central Government employees on their posting on transfer to any place in these Islands without insisting on an all India transfer liability. (Para No. 4.2.26)
Hard Area Allowance to the employees posted in the Nicobar group of Islands may be paid separately along with Island Special (Duty) Allowance. Further, this allowance may also be extended to the Lakshadweep group of islands. (Para No. 4.2.26) Accepted
Accepted Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted. Will be extended to similarly classified Islands in Lakshadweep.
3. Transport Allowance
The Commission has recommended the following rates for Transport Allowance:
Employees drawing grade pay of (Rs.) Rate of Transport Allowance per month
A-1/A Class City (Rs.) Other Places (Rs.)
5400 & above and posts in the apex scale and Cabinet Secy./equivalent Rs.3200 + DA thereon
Rs.1600 + DA thereon 4200 to 4800* Rs.1600 + DA thereon Rs.800 + DA thereon
Below 4200 Rs.400 + DA thereon Rs.300 + DA thereon
*and Group B, C and D employees/personnel below officer rank drawing pre-revised basic pay of Rs.4000 and above. (Para No. 4.2.43)
The existing condition which prohibits grant of Transport Allowance to the employees who have been provided with official accommodation within one Kilometer of the office should to be removed. Other conditions regulating the grant of this allowance shall remain unchanged. Physically disabled employees to continue drawing this allowance at double the normal rates. However, Transport Allowance in the case of physically disabled employees shall, in no case, be less than Rs.1000 per month plus the applicable rate of dearness allowance. Employees in pay band PB-4 who are entitled to the use of official car for travel between residence and office may be given the option to draw transport allowance at a higher rate of Rs.7000 p.m. plus dearness allowance provided they give up the use of official car for travel between residence and office. (Para No. 4.2.44) Accepted with the modification that “Campus” restriction for grant of Transport Allowance will be removed. Consequently, employees living in campuses will also be eligible for Transport Allowance. Also, Transport Allowance for the employees at the lowest levels will be increased to Rs.600 (from Rs.400) in A-1/A class cities and Rs.400 (from Rs.300) in other towns; Further, employees in PB-1 with Rs.7440 (corresponding to Rs.4000 basic in pre-revised pay scales) and above as pay in the pay band will be eligible for grant of Transport Allowance at the rate of Rs.1600/Rs.800.
4. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) House Rent Allowance
The Commission has recommended merger of C Class Cities (having population of 50,000 to 5 lakh) with `Unclassified Towns’ (having population of less than 50,000). The Commission has recommended that the existing population criterion for classifying towns and cities for purposes of HRA may be retained. However, population in the urban agglomeration should be taken into account for classifying a city for purposes of HRA. The Commission has recommended retention of the existing rate of HRA in A-1 cities to be paid at the rate of 30% of the total of revised pay in the running pay band and grade pay thereon. The Commission has recommended that the erstwhile A, B-1 and B-2 categories may be merged and C & Unclassified categories may also be merged. The following rates of House Rent Allowance are accordingly recommended:
Revised classification of Cities and Towns on Population Criteria
Revised Classification of Cities/Towns Rates of HRA as a percentage of Pay in the pay band + Grade Pay + MSP* + NPA*
50 lakhs & above X (Earlier classified as A-1) 30
50 – 5 lakhs Y (Earlier classified as A, B-1 & B-2) 20
Below 5 lakhs Z (Earlier classified as C and Unclassified) 10 * where applicable (Para No. 4.2.59)
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
5. Children Education Allowance
Children Education Allowance and Reimbursement of Tuition Fee may be merged and it will henceforth be reimbursement upto the maximum of Rs.1000 per child per month subject to a maximum of 2 children. Hostel subsidy may be reimbursed upto the maximum limit of Rs.3000 per month per child. The limits would be automatically raised by 25% every time the Dearness Allowance on the revised pay bands goes up by 50%. (Para No. 4.2.64) Accepted
6. (i) (ii) Risk AllowanceThe Commission, accordingly, recommends withdrawal of Risk Allowance. All categories of jobs that involve inherent element of risk with deleterious effect on health over a period of time should instead be provided with free medical and life insurance of Rs.5 lakhs for employees in PB-1 pay band; Rs.7 lakhs for employees in PB-2 pay band; Rs.10 lakhs for employees in PB-3 pay band/higher pay bands/scales. To offset the effect of inflation, amount of the insurance should automatically be increased by 50% every time the DA payable on the revised pay goes up by 50%. The entire expenditure on paying premium for this insurance will be borne by the Government. The amount insured will be paid in case of any serious injury/death sustained in the course of employment and will be over and above the other benefits available to all categories of Government employees. These employees should also be provided with additional health benefits with mandatory health check-ups every quarter and enhanced leave, wherever the same is necessary for proper recuperation. Further, the Government should ensure that latest technology and greatest level of care is observed in these jobs so that the element of risk involved therein is minimized. (Para No. 4.2.68)
Hospital Patient Care Allowance/Patient Care Allowance
The Commission has separately recommended extension of adequate insurance cover to all such categories of employees who face an element of risk in discharge of their official functions. This insurance cover should be extended to all the categories that are presently in receipt of HPCA/PCA. Simultaneously, HPCA/PCA should be withdrawn as no rationale would exist for these allowances once the element of risk is covered by grant of an appropriate insurance cover. The loss incurred by the employees on this account would be more than compensated in respect of existing Group D employees who will be upgraded to Group C. This loss, for Group C employees, should be compensated in form of Performance Related Incentive Scheme. (Para No. 3.6.18)
Introduction of Risk Insurance Scheme w.e.f. 1.4.2009 after consultation with Staff Side and continuation of Risk Allowance till March 31, 2009.
Introduction of Risk Insurance Scheme w.e.f. 1.4.2009 after consultation with Staff Side and continuation of HPCA/ PCA till March 31, 2009.
7. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Uniform Related Allowances
Following rates of Uniform Allowance are recommended by the Commission for personnel and officers in CPMFs/CPOs/RPF/IPS: – Grant Rate Initial grant Rs.14000Renewal grant Rs.3000
(payable after every three years)
(Para No. 4.2.73 and 74)
Following rates of uniform allowance are recommended for Coast Guard officers:-
Grant Amount Initial grant Rs.16000 Renewal grant Rs.5000 (payable after every three years)
(Para No. 4.2.75)
Existing rates of Kit Maintenance Allowance to be doubled for all categories of employees presently in receipt of this allowance. Uniform Allowance for nurses should also be increased to Rs.500 per month. (Para No. 4.2.76)
The rates of Uniform Allowance and Kit Maintenance Allowance for all the above categories shall be increased by 25% every time the Dearness Allowance on revised pay bands goes up by 50%. (Para No. 4.2.77)
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
8.
Miscellaneous Allowance
The Commission recommends doubling of the extant rates of Cycle Allowance, Washing Allowance, Cash Handling Allowance, Special Allowance, Night Duty Allowance and Split Duty Allowance. Similarly, rates of allowances specific to different Ministries/Departments/Organisations not covered in this Report will also be doubled. The rates of these allowances will be increased by 25% every time the Dearness Allowance payable on revised pay scales goes up by 50%. Simultaneously, Machine Allowance should henceforth be withdrawn. (Para No. 4.2.81)
Accepted
9.
Caretaking Allowance
The amount of caretaking allowance may henceforth be paid at the rate of 10% of the aggregate of pay in the pay band and grade pay thereon. (Para 3.8.8)
Accepted
10.
(i)
(ii)
Training Allowance and Sumptuary Allowance in Training Academies and Staff Colleges
The training allowance may be raised to 30% of basic pay for deputationist trainers drawn from Government, universities and academic institutions working as faculty members in the National/Central Training Academies and Institutes for Group A officers. This allowance may continue to be drawn for the period the trainer is on study or tour related to training activities. Separate deputation allowance will not be payable to these trainers. It may continue at the existing rate for other training establishments. (Para No. 6.4.6 )
The Sumptuary allowance may be raised to Rs.3500 per month for the Director or Head of these National /Central Training Establishments for Group A Officers and also be extended to Course Directors and Counselors at the rate of Rs 2500 and Rs 2000 per month respectively. (Para No. 6.4.6 )
Accepted
Accepted
11.
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
Leave Travel Concession (LTC)
Central Government employees should be allowed to travel to their home town along with their families on three occasions in a block of four years and to any place in India on the fourth occasion. This facility shall be available to the Government officers only for the first two blocks of four years applicable after joining the Government for the first time. The blocs of 4 years shall apply with reference to the initial date of joining the Government even though the employee changes the job within Government subsequently. The existing blocks will remain the same but the entitlements of the new recruit will be different in the first eight years of service. All other provisions concerning frequency of travel under LTC are to be retained. (Para No. 4.3.5)
Travel entitlements, whether for the purpose of official tour/transfer or LTC, should be same but no daily allowance will be payable for travel on LTC. Further, the facility shall be admissible only in respect of journeys performed in vehicles operated by the Government or any Corporation in the public sector run by the Central or State Government or a local body. (Para No. 4.3.6)
Parents and/or step parents (stepmother and stepfather) who are wholly dependent on the Government employee shall be included in the definition of family for the purpose of LTC irrespective of whether they are residing with the Government employee or not. The definition of dependency is being linked to the minimum family pension for all purposes. Accordingly, all parents and/or step parents whose total income from all sources is less than the minimum family pension prescribed in Central Government and dearness relief thereon would be included in the definition of family for this purpose. The extant conditions in respect of other relations included in the family including married /divorced /abandoned /separated /widowed daughters shall continue without any change. (Para No. 4.3.7)
While encashment of Earned Leave upto 10 days along with LTC to the extent of total of 60 days may be continued, the leave encashed at the time of availing LTC should not be deducted from the maximum amount of Earned Leave encashable at the time of retirement. Consequently, the employees would be eligible to encash 300 days of Earned Leave at the time of their retirement, even though they may have encashed Earned Leave of upto 60 days during their career while availing LTC, whether to their home town or to any place in India. Insofar as Railways is concerned, the employees shall be allowed to avail of this encashment at the time of availing of passes for a maximum of 60 days in the entire career subject to the condition that successive encashment cannot be made before a minimum period of two years has elapsed. (Para No. 4.3.8)
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
Accepted
12.
Ration Money Allowance for CPMF personnel
Payment of Ration Money Allowance to the CPMF personnel on par with that available to the defence forces. Ration money allowance should continue to be paid to only those categories of CPMFs personnel which are presently in receipt of this allowance. (Para No. 7.19.37)
Accepted
13.
Family Accommodation Allowance for CPMF personnel
Introduction of a new Family Accommodation Allowance to be paid at the lowest rate of HRA for all the CPMFs personnel who are not eligible for either rent free accommodation/HRA or CILQ. The rates of this allowance will increase by 25% each time the price index increases by 50%. (Para No. 7.19.42)
Accepted
ANNEX-II
Recommendations of Sixth CPC that have not been accepted by the Government
Sl. No. Recommendation
1.Liberal ‘severance package’ for those employees who want to leave service without pension with more than 15, but less than 20 years of service.
2. Recommendation relating to Holiday Policy that there should only be three closed holidays for Government employees.
3. Flexi-hours for women employees and flexi-weeks for employees with disabilities.
ANNEX-III
Recommendations of Sixth CPC which will be examined separately
Sl. No. Gist of Recommendations
1. Recommendation related to Bonus and Over Time Allowance.
2. Recommendation related to General Provident Fund for Central Government employees and Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme.
3. Recommendation related to lateral shift of Defence personnel to Central Para Military Forces.
4. Introduction of Health Insurance Scheme for Central Government employees and pensioners.
5. Upgradation of the posts of Additional Deputy Comptroller & Auditor General of India, Members, CBEC and Members, CBDT to the Apex Scale of Rs.80,000 (fixed).
6. Merger of all accounts services.
7. Corporatization of Indian Railways.
8. Abolition of Indian Telecom Service and Telecom Commission.
9. Outsourcing the process of commutation of pension to a PSU Bank/Institution.
10. Upgradation of the post of Director, Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy in Ministry of Environment & Forests to the higher pre-revised grade of Rs.26000 (fixed)