Friday, 8 February 2019

7th CPC Bunching of Stages of Pay | Illustration on the Fitment Table as per MoF, DoE OM dt. 30.8.2008

Annexure-II - 7th CPC Bunching of Stages of Pay- Examples from the Fitment Table as per MoF. DoE OM dt. 30.8.2008

Annexure-II 

The examples taken from the Fitment Table as per MoF. DoE OM dt. 30.8.2008

Example 1:
 
Then existing scale = 8,000-275-13 ,500
6th CPC Scale PB-3 (15,600 - 39,100)
+ Grade Pay = Rs.5,400/-
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Stages in pre-2006 scalePay fixation without bunchingPay fixed as per fitment chart of 6th CPCRemarks
Pay in Pay Band (1.86
factor)
Grade Pay
1st8,00015,6005,40021,00021,000
No bunching has been allowed at the 2nd stage, even though 1st and 2nd stage are fixed at the same pay.
2nd8,27515,6005,40021,00021,000
3rd8,55015,9105,40021,31021,310

Example 2:

Then existing scale = 14,300-18,300
6th CPC Scale PB-4 (37,400-67,000)
+ GP Rs. 8 ,700
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Stages in pre-2006 scalePay fixation without bunchingPay fixed as per fitment chart of 6th CPCRemarks
Pay in Pay Band (1.86
factor)
Grade Pay
1st14,30037,4008,70046,10046,100
It brings out that if 3 consecutive stages of pay in the pay scale obtaining prior to 1.1.2006 are bunched  based on the formula for fixation of pay, then the benefit of bunching was to be given at the 3rd stage, as per the recommendation of 6th CPC.
2nd14,70037,4008,70046,10046,100
3rd15,10037,4008,70046,10047,230


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