Published On: Tue, Jul 26th, 2016

Seventh Central Pay Commission Commission – Revised Pay Rules, 2016, issued by FinMin

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Definitions.—In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,-
(i) “existing basic pay” means pay drawn in the prescribed existing Pay Band and Grade Pay or Pay in the existing scale;
(ii) “existing Pay Band and Grade Pay” in relation to a Government servant means the Pay Band and the Grade Pay applicable to the post held by the Government servant as on the date immediately before the notification of these rules whether in a substantive capacity or in officiating capacity;
(iii) “existing scale” in relation to a Government servant means the pay scale applicable to the post held by the Government servant as on the date immediately before the notification of these rules in the
Higher Administrative Grade, Higher Administrative Grade+, Apex scale and that applicable to Cabinet Secretary whether in a substantive or officiating capacity;
(iv) “existing pay structure ” in relation to a Government servant means the present system of Pay Band and Grade Pay or the Pay Scale applicable to the post held by the Government servant as on the date immediately before the coming into force of these rules whether in a substantive or officiating capacity.
Explanation.- The expressions “existing basic pay”, “existing Pay Band and Grade Pay” and “existing scale”, in respect of a Government servant who on the
1st day of January, 2016 was 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, shall mean such basic pay, Pay Band and Grade Pay or scale in relation 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 officiating in higher post, as the case may be;
(v) “existing emoluments” mean the sum of (i) existing basic pay and (ii) existing dearness allowance at index average as on 1st day of January, 2006;
(vi) “Pay Matrix” means Matrix specified in Part A of the Schedule, with Levels of pay arranged in vertical cells as assigned to corresponding existing Pay Band and Grade Pay or scale;
(vii) “Level” in the Pay Matrix shall mean the Level corresponding to the existing Pay Band and Grade Pay or scale specified in Part A of the Schedule;
(viii) “pay in the Level” means pay drawn in the appropriate Cell of the Level as specified in Part A of the Schedule;
(ix) “revised pay structure” in relation to a post means the Pay Matrix and the Levels specified therein corresponding to the existing Pay Band and Grade Pay or scale of the post unless a different revised Level is notified separately for that post;
(x) “basic pay” in the revised pay structure means the pay drawn in the prescribed Level in the Pay Matrix;
(xi) “revised emoluments” means the pay in the Level of a Government servant in the revised pay structure; and
(xii) “Schedule” means a schedule appended to these rules.

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  1. GVNREDDY says:

    3) The hard earned promotions from Sup to CM-II to CM-I to AF to JWM ( 3 to 4 promotions ) by virtue of sincerity and devotion to the duty were nullified and financial benefits were taken away by way of merging by the pay scales by 6th CPC. In the name of MACP a meager benefit of Rs600/- was given for the JWMs ( by this many JWMs have completed more than 20 years of service) in grade pay hierarchy. Whereas the pay of subordinate staff, IEs were lifted by way of awarding allowances. Due to this the pay of a JWM holding the responsibility as Head of the Section is getting less pay then his subordinates, Which is against the principle of natural justice. – Here it is worthy to mention that by curtailing the financial benefits of hard earned promotions (3 to 4 promotions) by way of merging the promotional posts and awarding financial benefits in GRADE PAY HIERARCHY instead of PROMOTIONAL HIERARCHY is against principal of natural justice. can this anomaly will be addressed by JCM forum?

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