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Extension of time limit for forwarding anomalies of the 7th CPC for consideration in the National Anomalies Committee

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Extension of time limit for forwarding anomalies of the 7th CPC for consideration in the National Anomalies Committee

Shiva Gopal Mishra
Secretary

National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
for Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi – 110001
E-Mail : nc.jcm.np@gmail.com

No.NC/JCM(NAC) 
Dated: May 13, 2017
The Dy. Secretary(JCA),
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions,
Department of Personnel & Training,
North Block,
New Delhi
Dear Sir,

Sub: Extension of time limit for forwarding anomalies of the 7th CPC for consideration in the National Anomalies Committee

Ref.: DoP&T’s circular dated 5th May, 2017

It is a matter of regret that, recommendations of the Committee on Allowances have not yet been made known to the JCM(Staff Side).

As we have already explained at various levels, including Secretary(DoP& T), Cabinet Secretary(Government of India), etc., that the anomalies cannot be formulated without analyzing the recommendations of the Committee on Allowances. Unfortunately, till today nothing has been done by the Ministry of Finance(Exp.). In the absence of recommendations of the 7th CPC on allowances, Staff Side(JCM) cannot furnish agenda for the National Anomalies Committee up to 15.05.2017.

It would, therefore, be in all appropriateness that, the date fixed by the DoP&T for submission of agenda to the National Anomalies Committee till 15.05.2017 should be postponed and the same should be fixed in consultation with the Staff Side(JCM) after receipt of recommendations of the Committee on Allowances.

Yours faithfully
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary(Saff Side)

Source: http://ncjcmstaffside.com

Extension of time limit for forwarding of 7th CPC Anomalies for consideration in the National Anomaly Committee – regarding.

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Extension of time limit for forwarding of 7th CPC Anomalies for consideration in the National Anomaly Committee – regarding.

F.No.11/2/2016-JCA
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
Establishment (JCA Section)

North Block, New Delhi
Dated: 5th May, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Extension of time limit for forwarding of 7th CPC Anomalies for consideration in the National anomaly Committee – regarding

The undersigned is directed to say that in partial modification of this Department’s Office Memorandum of even no. dated 16.08.2016, the time limits for receipt and disposal of anomalies, as mentioned in paragraph 5 of the Office Memorandum are amended as under:

(i) The time limit for receipt of anomalies is extended by three months from the date of expiry of receiving anomalies i.e. from 15.2.2017 to 15.5.2017; and

(ii) The time limit for disposal of anomalies is extended by three months from the date of expiry of one year from the date of its constitution i.e. from 15.08.2017 to 15.11.2017.

2. This issues with the concurrence of Department of Expenditure.

sd/-
(Raju Saraswat)
Under Secretary (JCA)

Authority: www.dopt.gov.in

Defence PBOR Pay Calculator as per Gazette Notification issued by MoD on 3.5.2017

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Defence PBOR Pay Calculator as per Gazette Notification issued by MoD on 3.5.2017

7th CPC Gazette Notification of Pay Rules 2017 for PBOR (Army, Air Force, Navy)

Ministry of Defence issued Gazette Notification for implementing revised pay as per the recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission for PBORs of the three Defence Forces (Army, Air Force, Navy) on 3rd May 2017.

The separate Gazette Notification issued for three Defence Forces (Army, Air Force, Navy) with Illustrations for Fixation of Pay, Increment and Promtion and Levels of Ranks.

We here presented a simple calculator to find out revised Matrix Pay as per the methodology prescribed in the Gazette Notification issued by MoD on 3.5.2017.

Grant of House Rent Allowance (HRA) to Railway employees

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Grant of House Rent Allowance (HRA) to Railway employees

Grant of House Rent Allowance (HRA) to Railway employees posted at S.A.S. Nagar Mohali at par with Changigarh rates.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
RAILWAY BOARD

RBE No.45/2017
No.E(P&A)II-2015/HRA-7
New Delhi, dated 12.05.2017
The General Managers(P)/CAOs,
All Indian Railways and Production Units etc.

Sub: Grant of House Rent Allowance (HRA) to Railway employees posted at S.A.S. Nagar Mohali at par with Changigarh rates.

The question of grant of House Rent Allowance (HRA) at rates admissible in the classified city of Chandigarh (‘Y’ class) to the Railway employees posted at Mohali has been considered in Board’s office in consonance with instructions of Ministry of Finance and the President is pleased to decide that the Railway employees whose place shall be entitled the limits of the notified area committee of S.A.S. Nagar Mohali shall be enttiled to draw HRA at the rates admissible within the classified city of Chandigarh.

2. The grant of HRA under these orders shall be regulated in accordance with the conditions laid down in this Ministry’s letter No.PC-66/HRA-1/21 dated 26.07.1967 as amended from time to time.

3. These orders shall take effect from the date of issue of this letter.

4. This issues with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of Railway Board.

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(Salim Md.Ahmed)
Deputy Directory/E(P&A)II,
Railway Board.

Authority: http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/

Fixation of pay as per 7th CPC to State Government Employees on their appointment in Central Government

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Fixation of pay as per 7th CPC to State Government Employees on their appointment in Central Government

Fixation of pay of State Government Employees on their appointment in Central Government, subsequent to the implementation of CCS(RP)Rules, 2016.

No.12/2/2016-Estt.(Pay-I)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 11th May, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Fixation of pay of State Government Employees on their appointment in Central Government, subsequent to the implementation of CCS(RP)Rules, 2016.

The undersigned is directed to state that the method of fixation of pay of State Government employees on their appointment under the Central Government has been spelt out in this Department’s OM No.12/1/94-Estt.(Pay-I) dated 24.13.1994, 3.1.1996, OM No.13/2/1999-Estt(Pay-I) dated 18.6.2001 and OM No.12/1/2009-Estt(Pay-I) dated 28.8.2014.

2. The question of fixation of pay in the revised pay structure in cases of appointment from State Government to Central Government consequent upon implementation of Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016, has been considered in consultation with the Department of Expenditure and the President is pleased to decide that in cases of appointment of State Government employees in Central Government on or after 1.1.2016, pay will be fixed in the following manner:-

(a) Where the State Government has revised the Pay Scales / Grade Pays of their employees on the pattern of Seventh Central Pay Commission at the base index of 261.41 as per AICPI (IW)2001 series w.e.f. 1.1.2016, the pay of employees from such State Government on their appointment under the Central Government would be fixed as follows:

(i) When the appointment is to a post in higher Level, one increment shall be given in the Level from which the employee is appointed and he/ she would be placed at a Cell equal to the figure so arrived at in the Level of the post to which appointed and if no such Cell is available in the Level to which he / she is appointed, he / she would be placed at the next higher Cell in that higher Level. However, if the amount so arrived at after adding the increment in lower Level is less than the minimum pay or the first Cell in the higher Level, the pay shall be fixed at minimum pay or first Cell of the higher Level

(ii) Where the appointment is to a post involving identical Level, the individual shall continue to draw the same pay.

(b) Where the State Government has revised the Pay scales / Grade Pays of their employees after 1.1.2016 beyond the base index of 261.41 as per AICPI (IW) 2001 series, the-basic pay of the employee is to be determined first in the Central Pay Matrix by reducing the element of DA, ADA, IR etc. granted by the State Government after 1.1.2016 beyond the base index of 261.41 as per AICPI (IW) 2001 series and thereafter the pay would be fixed as provided in the clause (i) and (ii) under sub-para (a) above.

(c) Where the State Government has either not revised or revised the pay scale of their employees on or after 1.1.2016 below the base index of 261.41 as per AICPI (IW) 2001 series, the basic pay of these employees shall be determined first in the Central Pay Matrix, by adding the element of DA, ADA upto the base index of 261.41 as per AICPI (IW) 2001 series, granted by the State Government and thereafter their pay would be fixed as provided in the clause (i) and (ii) under sub-para (a) above.

3. These orders are applicable to employees of the State Government and Local Bodies under the State including Emergency Divisional Accountants / Divisional Accountants appointed under Central Government on or after 1.1.2016.

4. In so far as persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department are concerned, these orders issue after consultation with the Comptroller & Auditor General of India.

5. Hindi version will follow.

(Pushpender Kumar)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

Authority: www.dopt.gov.in

Gazetted Officers Extend Support to Massive Dharna in front of Finance Minister Office on 23rd May 2017

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Gazetted Officers Extend Support to Massive Dharna in front of Finance Minister Office on 23rd May 2017
CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL
GOVERNMENT GAZETTED OFFICERS’ ORGANISATIONS
Add: Old no.4 new no.7 first Street V.V.Colony, Adambakkam, Chennai 600088

Circular No/ Confdn/ 2017-18/ 3
Dated: 08.05. 2017.
“If we all stand together we are a force that can shake the whole world”.

To
All Office bearers and the Secretaries General
of Constituent Organizations

Dear Friends,
CCGGOO Extend Support to Massive Dharna in front of Finance Minister Office on 23rd May 2017.

The four months time limit fixed by the Group of Ministers on 30.06.2016, for implementation of the assurance given to Leaders of Central Government Employees expired on 30.10.2016. Now, it is another ten months thereafter. The Government has gone back on all its assurances and has succeeded in indefinitely delaying the implementation of assurance given by Group of Ministers to the leaders of Central Government Employee including grant of revised H RA and other allowance with effect from 01-01-2016.

There is no improvement in the revision of minimum wage and fitment formula. Pension Committee headed by Secretary, Pension has submitted its report rejecting the demand of the JCM staff side for implementing Option-I parity for pensioners, recommended by 7th CPC. The New Pension Scheme Committee constituted by the Government fanning expectations has belied their hope by stating that withdrawal of N PS or guaranteeing minimum pension is not under the purview of the N PS in Committee. Owing to the unduly stringent conditions, and not accepting the financial benefit on hierarchical pattern imposed on MACP, thousands of employee are denied eligible promotion. Revision of pay of employee of autonomous body could not be implemented by the Ministries due to many retrograde conditions imposed by the Finance Ministry. Orders for revision of Pension and grant of Dearness Relief to Autonomous body Pensioners are not yet issued by the Government. In this backdrop the Confederation of Central Government Employee and Workers has to take the lead in protesting by organizing and channelising the anger, disappointment and discontentment of entire Central Government employee and pensioners, including autonomous body employee and Pensioners.

It is decided to organise massive dharna in front of Finance Minister’s Office at North Block, New Delhi on 23rd May 2017 with the following demands before the Government.

Increase minimum pay and fitment formula.
Revise allowances including H RA with the existing percentage with effect from 01.01.2016.
Grant option-I pension parity recommended by 7th CPC.
Revise pension and grant dearness relief to autonomous body pensioners
Implement positive recommendations of Kamlesh Chandra Committee on
Gramin Dak Sevaks. Grant Civil Servant Status.
Regularise all Casual, Part-Time, Contingent and Contract Workers and grant equal pay for equal work.
Remove stringent conditions imposed for grant of MACP and grant hierarchical financial benefit to MACP etc.

In respect of allowances, a Common detailed memorandum was submitted by JCM organizations and CCGGOO to 7th Central Pay Commission. 7th CPC took more than 25 months and recommended a faulty & reduced percentage of HRA, Transport Allowances and abolished all other allowances. CCGGOO & JCM organizations objected and Government appointed Empowered Committee. Empowered Committee referred this matter to the Government. Government appointed theAIIowances Committee headed by Finance Secretary. Allowances Committee took more than 10 months and now handed over a report to the Finance Minister. Finance Ministry again refers this report to the Empowered Committggee. Empowered Committee will again examine this issue and refer it to the Cabinet. Not only this, after Cabinet approval, we will have to wait for Notifications/ resolution, office orders and anomalies in allowances endorsement thereof. For resolving anomalies in the allowances, another allowance anomaly committee may, in all likelihood, be formed.

Confederation of Central Government Gazetted Officers organisations is also pursuing these demands. As the demands are very much common to the Gazetted officers and Promotee officers, it has been decided to extend solidarity support by the Gazetted Officers to the massive dharna in front of Finance Minister’s Office at North Block, New Delhi on 23rd May 2017. All affiliated organisations of the Confederation of Central Government Gazetted Officers organsiation are requested to mobilise large number of Gazetted Officers available in and around Delhi and make the programme a grand success. It has been further decided to organise a Lunch Hour meeting in the respective field offices and protest against the attitude of the Government on the same day.

Yours Fraternally,
sd/-
S.Mohan
Secretary General

Source: http://ccggoo.blogspot.in/

EXTEND FULL SUPPORT AND SOLIDARITY TO THE STRUGGLE OF DEFENCE EMPLOYEES FOR EXISTENCE

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EXTEND FULL SUPPORT AND SOLIDARITY TO THE STRUGGLE OF DEFENCE EMPLOYEES FOR EXISTENCE

Hon’be Defence Minister Sri Arun Jaitley has taken decision to outsource 143 products to PRIVATE SECTOR which are being at present manufactured by ordnance factories of Govt of India. Accordingly Defence Ministry has issued orders on 27.04.2017. On implementation of the above major policy decision of the Defence Ministry ,the job of almost 20000 (twenty thousand) defence civilian employees of ordnance factories involved in the production of these 143 products will be at stake. Jobs which are now performed by dedicated ordnance factory workers for years together are being snatched and given to private sector. As a result defence employees are facing serious threat to their job security.

Against the above decision of the BJP-led NDA Government , defence employees are organising series of agitational programmes including staying away from the work for one hour during the beginning hour of the duty on24th May 2017 and conducting demonstrations. Confederation National Secretariat calls upon all affiliate’s and COC’s to extend full support and solidarity to the struggle of the defence employees against privatisation and for job security. Leaders of the Confederation are requested to visit the leaders of ordance factory workers and All India Defence Employees Federation which is spearheading the struggle and convey our support in person .

M.KRISHNAN
Secretary General 
Confederation
Mob & WhatsApp : 09447068125.
Email : mkrishnan6854@Gmail.com

MASS DHARNA IN FRONT OF FINANCE MINISTER’S OFFICE

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PRO-GOVT AGENCIES ARE SPREADING FALSE NEWS.
MASS DHARNA IN FRONT OF FINANCE MINISTER’S OFFICE
WILL BE HELD ON 23RD MAY 2017 ITSELF

It is reported that certain pro-Govt News agencies are spreading false news that Mass Dharna programme in front of Finance Ministers office is cancelled.

This is totally false news.

Last time also just a few days before our 15th December 2016 Parliament March the very same news agencies spread false news that Parliament March is cancelled.

This is a deliberate attempt to defeat our programme. Don’t believe in such false news.

Mobilise maximum employees to participate in the mass Dharna on 23rd May 2017.

Please see Confederation website
www.confederationhq.blogspot.com for authentic news

M.Krishnan ,
Secretary General,
Confederation ,
Mob & WhatsApp; 09447068125.
Email : mkrishnan6854@ gmail.com

Source: http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/

7th CPC HRA – Justification for Retaining the Existing Rates of 10%, 20% and 30%

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7th CPC HRA – Justification for Retaining the Existing Rates of 10%, 20% and 30%

“How justified is the stand of 7th CPC to apply a factor 0.8 to suppress the quantum of allowances is beyond comprehension.”

HOUSE RENT ALLOWANCE

Housing accommodation is provided to a small segment of the Civil Servants. While the percentage of satisfaction is very high at the senior level Officers, Employees at the lower levels are to depend upon the market for a dwelling place. Of late recruitment at Gr B and C levels in Central Govt Offices is on the basis of an all India Examination and the regional recruitment which was in prevalence a decade back has been dispensed with. Once, recruited, he/she is perforce to be posted outside his/her home state making it necessary to search for a dwelling unit at the place of his/her posting and compete with those workers in the private sector whose salary levels in certain cases are phenomenally high. Housing in the country, despite introduction of various projects, tax concessions etc, continues to be a seller’s paradise. A simple scrutiny of the rate of increase in the cost of construction and the rates quoted by the property dealers, real estate agents and tenant facilitators will reveal the extent of escalation in rent over the last a decade.

In Para 8.7.14 the 7th CPC has made a bald statement that with the increase in Basic pay most of the employees will be able to afford rented houses as per their entitlement. The Chart given under Para 8.7.14 indicates the rent increases over a period between 2006-14. The rent is shown to have gone up by 118% by 2014. The Commission has sourced the house rent index figures from AICPI (IW). We have no hesitation to state that the Commission’s observation based upon the most unreliable data must be discarded. Even according to the said data, which only indicates the figures upto 2014, the registered increase was 118%. The progression between 2009 to 2014 from 136 to 168 gives an average increase of 22 points. This reads as much similar to the progression of the AICPI (IW) prepared by the Indian Labour Bureau Shimla, whose commodity prices have been adopted by the 7 CPC for minimum Wage computation.

How divorced those rates are from the reality in the market has been explained with facts and figures in our letter dated 10.12.2015 to the Chairman, Empowered Committee of Secretaries. Even if one bases the computation on such unreliable data, the hypothetical progression of the housing index by end of 2015 shall be 279-290 which warrant an increase by 136%.

Relating the index figures indicated in chart under Para 8.7.14 to the DA percentage as on 1.1.2016.(125%), the ratio obtaining both in H1 and H2 i.e. 123 to 260 (2014) and 126 to 268 (2014) are 2.11 and 2.13 respectively. If the same is calibrated to 125% as on 1.1.2016, the ratio shall be 2.64 and 2.66. This will necessitate raising the HRA to 33.13% in Metro Cities, 22% in Y Class Cities and 11.12% in Z class towns.
The hypothetical progression on average basis will also make it necessary to compensate housing expenses at 29.7% in Metro Cities and 19.74% in Y class Cities and 9.87% in Z class towns.

The Commission is on record to state that the house rent factor in AICPI (IW) is on an average 15.27. The 6th CPC has indicated the factor at 8.67 and has been on record to state that the factor is not uniform at all places. The rates between Metro cities and small towns vary violently. This apart the Commission has applied a factor of 0.8 to all allowances, which are not cost indexed on the specious plea that wages per- se has been increased. While the Basic wages registered a paltry rise of 14% over a period of ten years (1.4% per annum) how justified is the stand of 7th CPC to apply a factor 0.8 to suppress the quantum of allowances is beyond comprehension. The Commission has proceeded with the assumption that the grant of 30,20 and 10% of the determined basic pay was a full and perfect reimbursement of expenses incurred by the Government employees on housing, which is undoubtedly erroneous as could be evidenced from the observation of the 6th CPC itself. Even if all these untenable contentions of 7 CPC and the unreliable statistics are taken into account, still it is clear that in order to maintain the present compensation level, the commission ought to have maintained the status quo in respect of rates of HRA and should not have reduced it by the application of 0.8 factor. We, therefore, request for the reasons adduced above, that the HRA may be retained at the levels determined by 6th CPC i.e. 30, 20, and 10 per cent of Basic pay for X,Y, Z class of cities and towns respectively.

Source: http://nfaeehq.blogspot.in/

Examples of Calculation of Pension/Family Pension as per OM issued on 12.5.2017 by Pensioners Portal

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Examples of Calculation of Pension/Family Pension as per OM issued on 12.5.2017 by Pensioners Portal

A few examples of calculation of pension/family pension in the manner prescribed above are given in Annexure-I to this OM.

S.No
Description
1st Case
1.  
Date of Retirement
31.12.1984
2.  
Scale of Pay (or Pay Band &G.P.) at the time of retirement
OR
Notional pay scale as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986
975-1660
(4th CPC Scale)
3.  
Pay on retirement
OR
Notional pay as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986
1210
4.  
Pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision
4191
5.  
Family pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision
3500
6.  
Family pension at enhanced rate as on 01.01.2016 before revision (if applicable)
NA
7.  
Revised pension by multiplying pre-revised pension by 2.57
10771
8.
Revised family pension by multi plying pre-revised family pension by 2.57
9000
9.
Revised family pension at enhanced rate by multiplying pre-revised enhanced family pension by 2.57
NA
10.
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.1996
3710
(3200-4900)
11.  
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2006
8910
(PB-I, GP 2000)
12.  
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2016
23100 (Level 3)
13.  
Revised pension w.e.f.1.1.2016 as per first formulation.
11550
14.  
Revised family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation.
9000
15.  
Revised family pension at enhanced rate w.e.f. 1.1,2016 as per first formulation.
NA
16.  
Revised pension payable (Higher of S. No. 7 and 13)
11550
17.  
Revised family pension payable (Higher of S.No. 8 and 14)
9000
18.  
Revised family pension at enhanced rate payable (Higher of S.No. 9 and 15)
NA


S.No
Description
2nd Case
1.  
Date of Retirement
31 01.1989
2.  
Scale of Pay (or Pay Band &G.P.) at the time of retirement
OR
Notional pay scale as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986
3000-4500
(4th CPC Scale)
3.  
Pay on retirement
OR
Notional pay as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986
4000
4.  
Pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision
12600
5.  
Family pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision
7560
6.  
Family pension at enhanced
rate as  on  01.01.2016 before revision (if applicable)
N.A.
7.  
Revised pension by multiplying pre-revised pension by 2.57
32382
8. 
Revised family pension by multi plying pre-revised family pension by 2.57
19430
9.
Revised family pension at enhanced rate by multiplying pre-revised enhanced family pension by 2.57
NA
10.
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.1996
11300
(10000-15200)
11.  
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2006
27620
(PB-3, GP 6600)
12.  
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2016
7 800 (Level-11)
13.  
Revised pension w.e.f.1.1.2016 as per first formulation.
35900
14.  
Revised family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation.
21540
15.  
Revised family pension at enhanced rate w.e.f. 1.1,2016 as per first formulation.
N.A.
16.  
Revised pension payable (Higher of S. No. 7 and 13)
35900
17.  
Revised family pension payable (Higher of S.No. 8 and 14)
21540
18.  
Revised family pension at enhanced rate payable(Higher of S.No. 9 and 15)
N.A.


S.No
Description
3rd Case
1.  
Date of Retirement
30-06.1999
2.  
Scale of Pay (or Pay Band &G.P.) at the time of retirement
OR
Notional pay scale as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986
4000-6000
(5th CPC Scale)
3.  
Pay on retirement
OR
Notional pay as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986
4800
4.  
Pension as on 01.01.2016
before revision
5424
5.  
Family pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision
3500
6.  
Family pension at enhanced rate as  on 01.01.2016 before revision (if applicable)
NA
7.  
Revised pension by multiplying pre-revised pension by 2.57
13940
8. 
Revised family pension by multi plying pre-revised family pension by 2.57
9000
9.
Revised family pension at enhanced rate by multiplying pre-revised enhanced family pension by 2.57
N.A.
10.
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.1996
N.A.
11.  
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2006
11330
(PB-1, GP-2400)
12.  
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2016
29600 (Leval-4)
13.  
Revised pension w.e.f.1.1.2016 as per first formulation.
14800
14.  
Revised family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation.
9000
15.  
Revised family pension at enhanced rate w.e.f. 1.1,2016 as per first formulation.
N.A.
16.  
Revised pension payable (Higher of S. No. 7 and 13)
14800
17.  
Revised family pension payable (Higher of S.No. 8 and 14)
9000
18.  
Revised family pension at enhanced rate payable(Higher of S.No. 9 and 15)
N.A.

S.No
Description
4th Case
1.  
Date of Retirement
31.05.2015
2.  
Scale of Pay (or Pay Band &G.P.) at the time of retirement
OR
Notional pay scale as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986
6700049000
(6th CPC Scale)
3.  
Pay on retirement
OR
Notional pay as on 1.1.1986 for those retired before 1.1.1986
79000
4.  
Pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision
39500
5.  
Family pension as on 01.01.2016 before revision
23700
6.  
Family pension at enhanced rate as on 01.01.2016 before revision (if applicable)
39500
7.  
Revised pension by multiplying pre-revised pension by 2.57
101515
8. 
Revised family pension by multi plying pre-revised family pension by 2.57
60909
9.
Revised family pension at enhanced rate by multiplying pre-revised enhanced family pension by 2.57
101515
10.
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.1996
NA
11.  
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2006
NA
12.  
Pay fixed on notional basis on 1.1.2016
205100 (Level-15)
13.  
Revised pension w.e.f.1.1.2016 as per first formulation.
102550
14.  
Revised family pension w.e.f. 1.1.2016 as per first formulation.
61530
15.  
Revised family pension at enhanced rate w.e.f. 1.1,2016 as per first formulation.
102550
16.  
Revised pension payable (Higher of S. No. 7 and 13)
102550
17.  
Revised family pension payable (Higher of S.No. 8 and 14)
61530
18.  
Revised family pension at enhanced rate payable(Higher of S.No. 9 and 15)
102550





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