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  • LATIKA BURMAN says:

    AIKVTA is doing excellent job for Teachers community of KVS. Please keep it up….

  • Alok Kumar Gaur says:

    DEAR SH M B AGGARWAL JI , YOU GOT THIS LETTER FROM KVS AND THIS WILL HELP MANY OF OUR TEACHERS WHO ARE NOT GETTING CCL FROM THEIR PRINCIPALS. THANKS FOR IT. ALOK KR GAUR

  • george philip says:

    Let this letter help those who were not aware of it.

  • SANJEEV KUMAR says:

    GOOD WORK SIR THIS TYPE OF SPIRIT IS NEEDED BY EVERYONE

  • Ratna Pathak says:

    My Principal still does not grant CCL. Where can I appeal?

    • deepak singh says:

      Madam Ratna, if ur principal does not grant CCL ask him to write the same on your CCL leave application. Of course if u can do it. I am sure he or she will not write it. Try it.

  • VIPIN KUMAR MAURYA says:

    In the referred circular, at point no. iii, it is said that CCL will be granted provided TA/DA is NOT paid. Is it really justified?

    I would like to make my query clear with the following example:

    1. If employee A of KV Bhopal is deputed for some training in KV Delhi for 10 days during Summer Vacation. He is paid TA/DA. HE WILL GET CREDITED 6 DAYS EARNED LEAVE (E.L.) TOO.

    2. If an employee B of another KV Amritsar attends a training at KV Mumbai for 7 days during Summer Vacation. He is paid TA/DA. HE WILL NOT GET CREDITED THE E.L. BECAUSE THE PERIOD IS LESS THAN 10 DAYS, Also as per referred circular he will NOT get CCL too as he is already paid TA/DA.
    It means that only due to 3 days (or even A day) less duty, the employee who has been paid TA/DA will neither get CCL nor E.L.

    What type of justification is this?

    I think that the given rule would be applicable for LOCAL duty only where the CCL should be granted provided TA/DA is NOT paid.

    Learned AIKVTA members and KVians may please throw light on my query.

    Thank you very much to all.

    • deepak kumar says:

      Dear Vipin, I fully agree with you. It always occurs in my mind that if an employee is out of station on duty on Sunday or other holidays,why he or she is left with only one choice between D A or Compensatory Leave. It is not digested easily. He is definitely entitled to DA and he/she must be given CCL also as he/she is working on holiday and that he is on duty for 24 hours…….

  • punita says:

    Can a PGT also avail compensatory leave?

  • SRINIVAS RATHNAM says:

    Rrstoring the permissibility of compensatory leave in lieu of DA in case the teacher is on official duty on second saturdays,sundays,holidays to be put as a demand in our agenda.
    KINDLY SEE THE CIRCULAR F.110225/62/2008/KVS(HQ)/Audit Dt 18/22-9-2009

    • Amit Kumar Jain says:

      Please send me the copy of Circular related to CCL vide Letter No-F.110225/62/2008/KVS(HQ)/Audit Dt18/22-9-2009….
      If u can.
      I’ll will be thankful t you.

  • U.N.RATH says:

    respected sir,
    Thanks for your sincere attempts towards the fulfilment of genuine demands of teachers.H

  • naveen says:

    sir a person transferred to priority by priority area without completion of tenure. he/ she is eligible for transfer TA ACCORDING TO last transfer guide line. sir please reply soon

    • himanshu says:

      if an empmloyee takes transfer at own request from non-priooerity to priority he is eligible for Transfer befnefit in terms of para 8 of new policy.
      If he subsequently take tranfer to any other station without completing his tenure he is not eligible for any tranfer benefit.
      i have an RTI to this effect with me

  • Bijaya Ku.Mishra,KV No.4,BBSR says:

    Sir,
    Please send the minutes of our CEC meetingTeachers are awaiting for the result and especially the dicission of MACP.

  • kalika prasad says:

    Dear Mr. Mazundar
    it seems almost nil performance of union in Dehradun region .please see in to that and arrange some camaign programme

  • A K Dash says:

    Dear Mr. Mazundar Sir, it seems the BBSR Region of AIKVTA has taken a deep sleep to our KVs like Kv Paradip Port. Please ask our people to keep tidings of our school. No body has visited our school in ten years. We have a Unit of AIKVTA running here. Please pay attention to us!

  • Naba Kumar Sarkar says:

    Dear sir
    I have joined KVS newly as PGT computer sc on 19/01/2012. Now I came to know that I would not get salary during the vacation. Sir would you be kind enough to let me know what is the rule.
    thanks

    • suneel gupta says:

      Dear Mr. Sarkar,
      you are absolutely right, you will get the salary of vacations only if you have completed six months of service in KVS before the commencement of the vacation.

      Regards
      Suneel Gupta
      PGT(CS)

      • lalit tanwar says:

        sir my questions regarding vacation salary are:
        1 who decide the date of joining for a new recruitee kvs or employee itself?
        2. Can an employee refuse to take vacation i.e. summer vacation and can do duties during summer vacation or he is forced to remain on leave during vacation?
        3. both joining and vacation are dedided by kvs. what is the fault of the employee?
        4. navodaya is holding the vacation pay and releasing the same after the employee completes 6 months of service.
        5. in my view the main aim bahind this rule is to ensure that an employee is joining duties after vacation and continuing service so the salary must be withled and be released in future, and not to block the pay.

  • R K MEENA says:

    Our principal is not giving CCL. Please forward CCL letter to all the schools.

  • B p singh says:

    Sir,
    date of posting of the article is 07-10-2012, whereas the coments are of different dates, months or even different years.
    Where is the complete discussion forum of AIKVTA as maintained by sh. A S Majumdar ?
    Kindly, maintain and up date the forum.
    Thanks.
    B p singh.

    • A.S.Mazumdar says:

      Ms Meena wanted the letter on compensatory leave (KVS order) re posted. So I edited only the date for up dating the letter since the matter was already available in the site. Hence the old comments.

  • Anonymous says:

    I appreciate the effort done by AIKVTA. Thanks…

  • Ramesh Thakur says:

    Respected Sir,

    I am PGT Computer Science. I am well versed with Web Technologies. If I could help AIKVTA in the daily maintenance of the site, Uploading the Updates etc., I would feel blessed.

    Regards.

  • B p singh says:

    Sir,
    o.k., thanks.
    B p singh.

  • Rajeev Ranjan Kumar says:

    sir , I am going as an escort in national sports from 15/10 to 22/10/2012, whereas autmn break starts from 19th. I want to know whether I will get CCL for the dates which came under autmn break i.e. 19, 20, & 21st. DA has not to be paid by myself as it is free whereas I will go along with children so need not to claim TA; how can I show that DA is not being claimed by myself.
    If yes,How can I claim for CCL.

  • Anonymous says:

    yeh KV Sanghtan hain ye problems ka pitara. Koi bhi rules clear nahin hain. CCL ko lekar
    kar to har koi pareshaan hain.

    I had one question can we take casual leave before or after autumn break.

  • Md. Abdul says:

    Respected Sir
    Thanks for prompt reply. But, I read in one circular (about 2 or 3 years back) that Class-B officers are not entitled to avail Compensatory Casual Leave. I forgot the exact date and number of the circular. But surely it is issued after the implementation of VI pay commission. I would like to get the copy of it. I would be grateful to you if you could help me.

    Md Abdul
    PGT

    • A.S.Mazumdar says:

      The matter was also discussed in JCM and in meetings with Commissioner KVS. Though VI th pay Commission recommended certain changes,it has not been adopted by KVS and the earlier provision of compensatory leave has not been superseded by any other circular till date. Even the RTI reply from KVS that I have posted clarifies the issue to a great extent.

  • Rakesh Choudhary says:

    Kindly provide information about CCL.Can a PGT avail CCL ?

  • Shaik Ansar Basha says:

    Recen6tly the audit visited

  • RK Panda says:

    The Office order w.r.t. CCL posted here is hazy, not in a readable position. Plz upload a high resolution copy

  • p.garg says:

    PART B (on page no 44)
    REVISED PAY SCALE S FOR CERTAIN COMMON CATEGORIES OF STAFF
    Section I
    (i) The revised pay structure mention in column (5) & (6) of this part of this notification for the post mention in column in column (2) have been approved by government. The INITIAL FIXATION AS ON 1.1.2006 WILL BE DONE IN ACCORDANCE WITH NOTE 2 BELOW RULE 7 OF THIS NOTIFICATION.
    Section II (on page no 44)
    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)
    XVII TEACHERS (on page no 47)
    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
    #Post of Education Officer /Assistant Director of Education stand merged with the post of Deputy Director of Education.
    CORRIGENDUM: – (Modification) NOTFICATION, ON 12, MARCH 2009 GSR161 (E)
    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)
    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-3 4600

    4800

    5400

    3.8.22

    5. Drawal of pay in the revised pay structure- (on page no 33)
    Save as otherwise provided in these rules , a Government servant shall drawal 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 earn his next or any subsequent increment in the existing scale or until he vacates his post or ceases to draw pay in the scale.
    Provided further that in case 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.

    6. Exercise of Option: – (on page no 33-34)
    (1) The option under the provision to rule 5 shall be exercised in writing in the form appended to the second schedule so as to reach the authority mention in sub rule (2) within three month of the date of publication of these rule or where an existing scale is revised by any order made subsequent to that date, within three month of the date of such order.
    (2) The Option shall be intimated by the government servant to the Head of Office.
    (3) If the intimation regarding option is not received with in 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 form the 1st day of January, 2006.
    (4) The Option once exercised shall be final.

    7. Fixation of initial pay in the revised pay structure: – (on page no 34-35)
    (1) The initial pay of government servant who elects ,is deemed to have elected under sub rule 3 of rule 6 to be governed by the revised pay structure on and from 1st day of January ,2006, shall, unless in any case the President by special order otherwise direct, be fixed separately in respect of his substantive pay in the permanent post on which the hold 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 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 at bunched , that is to say , get 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 pay band. Grade pay would not be taken in to account for the purpose of granting increments to alleviate bunching.
    (iii) The pay in the pay band will be determined in the above manner. In addition to pay in the pay band , grade pay corresponding to the existing scale will be payable.
    Note 7 :— (on page no 37-38)

    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 up to the same stage in the revised pay band as that of the junior
    Note 10 :— (on page no 38-39)

    In cases where senior Government servant promoted to a higher post before the 1st day of January ,2006 draw 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 senior Government servant should be stepped up to an amount equal to the pay in the pay band as fixed as for his junior in the 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 condition, namely:-
    (a) Both the junior and senior Government servant should belong to the same cadre and the post 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 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 be 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, junior officer was drawing more pay in the pre-revised scale than the senior by virtue of any advanced increments granted to him, provision of this Note need not be invoked to step up the pay of the senior officer.

    Rule 7 (2) :- (on page no 39)
    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 same stage as the substantive pay.

    NOTE 2A, below rule 7 of the CCS (RP) Rules 2008 stated as under: – (on page no 37)
    “Note 2A- Where a post has been upgraded as a result of the recommendation 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 (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 4A in this regard is in the Explanatory Memorandum Rule
    &
    IMPLIMENTATION OF SIX CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION FIXATION OF PAY AND PAYMENT OF ARREAR—- INSTRUCTION REGARDING.
    OFFICE MEMORANDUM – F.No.1/1/2008-IC, Government of India /Bharat Sarkar, Ministry of Finance/Vitta Mantralaya ,Department of Expenditure/ Vyaya Vibhag (Implementation cell) New Delhi, the 30 August, 2008 clearly stated that-
    The undersigned (MADHULIKA P.SUKUL. Joint Secretary to the Government of India) is directed to refer to the Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008, notified vide G.S.R.No.622 (E) dated 29th August, 2008 and to state that in terms of Rule 6 of these Rules, Government servants are required to exercise their option for drawal of their pay in the revised pay structure in the format prescribed in the Second Schedule to the Rules.
    2. The sequence of action to be taken on respect of the option will be as follows –
    (i) The manner of initial fixation of pay in the revised pay structure has been indicated in rule 7 of CCS (RP) Rules, 2008. On the basis of this Rule, detailed Fixation Table for each of the pre-revised scales have been worked out in the manner recommended by the Six Pay Commission and are enclosed as Annex-I of this O.M. These may be used for the purpose of fixation in the revised pay structure as on 1.1.2006.
    (ii) The table in Annex-I will be applicable in cases where normal replacement pay scales have been approved by the Government. In case of upgradation of posts and merger of pre-revised pay scales, fixation of pay will be as prescribed in Note 2A and 2B below Rule7(1) and in the manner indicated in illustration 4A & 4B respectively of the Explanatory Memorandum to the CCS(RP) Rules, 2008.
    (On page no 63)
    ILLUSTRATION 4A: Pay fixation in case where posts have been upgraded e.g. post in pre-revised pay scale of Rs 3050-75-3950-80-4590 to Rs 3200-85-4900 scale.
    1. Existing Scale of pay Rs 3050-4590
    (Corresponding Grade Pay Rs 1900)

    2. Pay band applicable PB-1 Rs 5200-20200
    3. Upgraded to the scale of pay Rs 3200-4900
    (Corresponding Grade Pay Rs 2000)
    4. Existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 Rs 3125
    5. Pay after multiplication by a factor of 1.86 Rs 5813 (Rounded off to Rs 5820)
    6. Pay in pay band PB-2 Rs 5820
    7. Pay in the pay band after including Rs 6060 (Minimum of pay scale 3200- 4900 benefit of bunching in the pre-revised scale (initial fixation) 3200*1.86=6060 in 3050-4590, if admissible table 6 / (Minimum of pay band
    (PB-1, 5200-20200=5200)

    8. Grade Pay attached to the scale of Rs 2000
    Rs 3200-4900
    9. Revised basic pay- total of pay in the pay Rs 8060
    Band and grade pay

    In this illustration 4A clearly indicate that-
    (1). the table in Annex-I will not be applicable in cases, Where posts have been upgraded as on 1.1.2006.
    (2). The Entry Pay in pay band in the revised pay structure for direct recruits appointed on or after 1.1.2006 in Section II of PART- A of THE FIRST SCHEDULE, will not be applicable in cases, where post have been upgraded as on 1.1.2006.

    (3). So, detailed Fixation Table for each of the corresponding to pre-revised scales (Revised PAY BAND / PAY SCALE) have been worked out in the manner recommended by the Six Pay Commission by fixation officer i.e. H.O.O./D.D.O. etc and will be used for the purpose of fixation in the revised pay structure as on 1.1.2006.

    (4). Detailed initial fixation of pay in pay band and attached grade pay, will be used in case where posts have been upgraded e.g. post in pre-revised pay scale of Rs 3050-75-3950-80-4590 to Rs 3200-85-4900 scale have been worked out in the manner ,Note 2A below Clause (i) and (ii) of Rule 7(1),as per Illustration 4A.

    Existing pay scale

    3050-75-3950-80- 4590,
    Upgraded revised existing pay scale 3200-85-4900
    Revised Pay Band, PB-1, 5200-20200
    Grade Pay 2000
    Minimum pay in revised Pay Band 5200
    Minimum Pay in corresponding to
    pre-revised Pay Scale (Rs 3200-85-4900) 3200*1.86=6060

    Existing Basic Pay in pre-revised scale as on 01.01.06 Basic pay *1.86 as per rule 7(1) A(i) (Initial Pay in pay band 5200-20200) fixation of pay as manner prescribed in Note 2A below rule 7(1) A (ii) Corresponding
    Grade Pay Total basic pay in revised pay structure as on 01.01.06

    3050 5680 6060 2000 8060
    3125 5820 6060 2000 8060
    3200 5960 6250 2000 8250
    3275 6100 # 2000 # (8100-8250)
    3350 6240 # 2000 # (8240-8250)
    3425 6380 ——- 2000 8380
    3500 6510 ——- 2000 8510
    3575 6650 ——- 2000 8650
    3650 6790 ——- 2000 8790
    3725 6930 ——- 2000 8930
    3800 7070 ——- 2000 9070
    3875 7210 ——- 2000 9210
    3950 7350 ——- 2000 9350
    4030 7500 ——- 2000 9500
    4110 7650 ——- 2000 9650
    4190 7800 ——- 2000 9800
    4270 7950 ——- 2000 9950
    4350 8100 ——- 2000 10100
    4430 8240 ——- 2000 10240
    4510 8390 ——- 2000 10390
    4590 8540 ——- 2000 10540
    4670 8690 ——- 2000 10690
    4750 8840 ——- 2000 10840
    4830 8990 ——- 2000 10990

    # stepped up pay with reference to the revised pay of junior , if applicable
    [Notes 7 & 10 below Rule 7(1) of CCS (RP) Rules 2008.

    Adoption of the Central civil Service (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008, BY GNCT OF DELHI:-
    Adoption of the Central civil Service (Revised Pay) Rules 2008, By GOVERNMENT OF NATIONAL CAPITAL TERRITORY OF DELHI,DIRECTORATE OF EDUCATION : CO-ORDINATION BRANCH , LUCKNOW ROAD , DELHI vide circular No. 30-3(17)/Cood/Cir/2008/ 18342—18366 dated 12/09/2008.
    This CCS (RP) Rules 2008, are applying on all the teachers (PRT, TGT, PGT, VICE-PRINCIPAL, PRINCIPAL, INCLUDING SPECIAL TEACHERS).

    (3). INITIAL FIXATION IN PAY BAND, MANNAR PRESCRIBED IN CCS(RP) Rules, 2008 & CLAUSE (I)&(II) of RULE 7(1) Adopted by DIRECORATE OF EDUCATION , GNCT DELHI.

    Fixation of pay as per CCS(Revised Pay )2008, and withdrawal of earlier order dated 12.09.2008 issued by GOVERNMENT OF NATIONAL CAPITAL TERRITORY, DIRECTORATE OF EDUCATION, COORDINATION BRANCH , OLD SECRETARIATE, DELHI-110084 vide O.O. No.PS/DE/2008/9527 Dated 18.09.2008 and clearly stated that-
    “The matter regarding pay fixation of the teaching staff has been discussed with the guidance cell, principal account office, Govt of NCT of Delhi.
    The pay of existing staff is to be fixed in the manner prescribed in accordance with the clause (i)and (ii) of Rule 7 by multiplying the existing pay as on 01.01.2006 by 1.86 and rounding the resulting figure to the next multiple of 10.
    The grade pay corresponding to the upgraded scale will be payable in addition.
    Illustration 4(a) in this regard is in the explanatory memorandum to these rules.
    The clarification issued by the Implementation cell , Govt of India, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure vide no.1/1/2008-IC dated 13.09.2008 is also enclosed for guidance.

    Clarification 6: Office memorandum. F.No.1/1/2008-1C Government of India, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure.(Implementation Cell) New Delhi dated 13th September ,2008 clearly stated that,

    Procedure for placing employees in upgraded scales in case of merger of scale /upgradations recommended by the Sixth CPC.
    (i} Where all post in one or more pre-revised scales are merged with a higher pre-revised scale and given a common replacement scale/grade pay , the suitability of incumbents need not to be assessed for granting them the higher replacement scale /grade pay and the incumbents will automatically be granted the replacement scale/grade pay recommended by the commission. Their pay will be fixed in the accordance with the fitment table annexed to this department’s O.M. of even number dated 30.08.2008.
    (ii) Similarly; in the case of upgradation recommended by the pay commission; i.e. where all posts in a particular grade have been granted a higher replacement pay scale / grade pay , the suitability of the incumbents need not be assessed for granting them the higher replacement scale / grade pay. The incumbents will automatically be granted the replacement scale / grade pay recommended by the commission. Their pay band will be fixed with reference to their fitment table corresponding to pre-revised pay scale. However the grade pays corresponding to the upgraded post will be granted.

    AND
    The OFFICE MEMORUNDUM issued by F. No. 1/1/2008-IC Government of India , Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, New Delhi the 13TH October 2008 :-
    Subject: - Fixation of pay in the pay bands where posts have been upgraded as a result of recommendations of Sixth CPC clarification regarding.
    Note 2A below rule 7 of the CCS (RP) Rules 2008 stated as under:-
    “Note 2A- Where a post has been upgraded as a result of the recommendation 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 (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 4A in this regard is in the Explanatory Memorandum Rules.”

    The above procedure is to be adopted in all cases where pay scale have been upgraded by the Pay Commission , including Constabulary and other rank in the CPMFs/CPOs, Postmen and similar cadres in Department of post, Assistant and Section Officer in the central secretariat and other headquarter organization and common category cadres of Teachers and Nurses. This list is illustrative and not exhaustive.
    All administrative Ministries/Departments are directed to ensure that in no case is there any deviation from the above [subject to other provision of CCS(RP) Rules , 2008 ].Pay fixed in the case of upgradation in any manner other than the above , will be rectified.

    (4). CORRIGENDUM: – (Modification)
    Ministry of Finance , Department of Expenditure, New Delhi modification notification on 12 march,2009 G.S.R. 161 (E) — in exercise of powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the constitution , the following Corrigendum Central Civil Service (Revised pay) Rules, 2008 is hereby issued:-
    (i) Serial no 2 , which related to Trained Graduate teacher, in part XVII TEACHER, of the table under section II, Part B of the first schedule to the CCS(Revised Pay)Rules, 2008 shall be modified as under :-
    (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)
    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-3 4600

    4800

    5400

    3.8.22

    INITIAL PAY IN (5500-9000) REVISED TO (7450-11500) AS ON 01.01.06 only
    Existing pay scale 5500-175-9000,
    Upgraded existing revised pay scale 7450-225-11500
    Revised Pay Band,PB-2 9300-34800
    Grade pay 4600
    Minimum pay in revised Pay Band 9300
    Minimum Pay in corresponding to pre-revised Pay Scale 7450-11500 7450*1.86= 13860

    Existing Basic Pay in pre-revised scale as on 01.01.06 Basic pay *1.86 as per rule 7(1) A(i) (initial Pay in pay band 9300-34800) fixation of pay as prescribed in NOTE 2A below rule 7(1) A (ii) Corresponding Grade Pay Total basic pay in revised pay structure as on 01.01.06

    5500 10230 13860 4600 18460
    5675 10560 13860 4600 18460
    5850 10890 14280 4600 18880
    6025 11210 14280 4600 18880
    6200 11540 14710 4600 19310
    6375 11860 14710 4600 19310
    6550 12190 15160 4600 19760
    6725 12510 15160 4600 19760
    6900 12840 15620 4600 20220
    7075 13160 15620 4600 20220
    7250 13490 16090 4600 20690
    7425 13810 16090 4600 20690
    7600 14140 # 4600 # (18740-20690)
    7775 14470 # 4600 # (19370-20690)
    7950 14790 # 4600 # (19390-20690)
    8125 15120 # 4600 # (19720-20690)
    8300 15440 # 4600 # (20040-20690)
    8475 15770 # 4600 # (20370-20690)
    8650 16090 —- 4600 20690
    8825 16420 —- 4600 21020
    9000 16740 —- 4600 21340
    9175 17070 —- 4600 21670
    9350 17400 —- 4600 22000
    9525 17720 —- 4600 22320

    # stepped up pay with reference to the revised pay of junior , if applicable [Notes 7 & 10 below Rule 7(1) of CCS (RP) Rules 2008]

    The above detailed initial pay fixation in pre-revised pay scale of Rs 5500-9000 upgrade to existing revised pay scale Rs 7450-11500 as on 1.1.2006 , in PB-2 (9300-34800) & Grade Pay 4600 have been worked out in the manner prescribed in ,Note 2A below Clause (i) and (ii) of Rule 7(1),as per illustration 4A.

    The above detailed initial pay fixation table clearly indicates that those teachers , having existing basic pay in pre-revised scale 5500-9000 between 7600 to 8475 i.e.( 7600,7775,7950,8125,8300 & 8475) as on 1.1.2006 only, will draw less pay in pay band PB-2 (9300-34800) to his junior teacher, the pay of such teachers will stepped up with reference to the revised pay of junior, if applicable [Note 7 & 10 below Rule 7(1) of CCS(RP)Rules,2008].

    The another detailed initial pay fixation table have been workout in the manner prescribed in , Note 2A below Clause (i) and (ii) of Rule 7(1) are as follows:-

    Existing pay scale 6500-200-10500,
    Upgraded revised pay scale 7500-250-12000
    Revised Pay Band, PB-2, 9300-34800
    Grade Pay 4800
    Minimum pay in revised Pay Band 9300
    Minimum Pay in corresponding to pre-revised Pay Scale 7500*1.86=13950
    7500-12000
    Existing Basic Pay in pre-revised scale as on 01.01.06 Basic pay *1.86 as per rule 7(1) A(i) (initial Pay in pay band 9300-34800) fixation of pay as prescribed in Note 2A below rule 7(1) A (ii) Corresponding Grade Pay Total basic pay in revised pay structure as on 01.01.06

    6500 12090 13950 4800 18750
    6700 12470 13950 4800 18750
    6900 12840 14370 4800 19170
    7100 13210 14370 4800 19170
    7300 13580 14810 4800 19610
    7500 13950 # 4800 # (18750-19610)
    7700 14330 # 4800 # (19130-19610)
    7900 14700 # 4800 # (19500-19610)
    8100 15070 —- 4800 19870
    8300 15440 —- 4800 20240
    8500 15810 —- 4800 20610
    8700 16190 —- 4800 20990
    8900 16560 —- 4800 21360
    9100 16930 —- 4800 21730
    9300 17300 —- 4800 22100
    9500 17670 —- 4800 22470
    9700 18050 —- 4800 22850
    9900 18420 —- 4800 23220
    10100 18790 —- 4800 23590
    10300 19160 —- 4800 23960
    10500 19530 —- 4800 24330
    10700 19910 —- 4800 24710
    10900 20280 —- 4800 25080
    11100 20650 —- 4800 25450

    # stepped up pay with reference to the revised pay of junior , if applicable
    [Notes 7 & 10 below Rule 7(1) of CCS (RP) Rules 2008]

    (ii)
    Existing pay scale 7500-250-12000,
    Upgraded revised pay scale 8000-275-13500
    Revised Pay Band, PB-3, 15600-39100
    Grade Pay 5400
    Minimum pay in revised Pay Band 15600
    Minimum Pay in corresponding to pre-revised Pay Scale 8000*1.86= 14880
    8000-275-13500
    Existing Basic Pay in pre-revised scale as on 01.01.06 Basic pay *1.86 as per rule 7(1) A(i) (initial Pay in pay band 15600-39100) fixation of pay as prescribed in Note 2A below rule 7(1) A (ii) Corresponding Grade Pay Total basic pay in revised pay structure as on 01.01.06

    7500 13950 15600 5400 21000
    7750 14420 15600 5400 21000
    8000 14880 16070 5400 21470
    8250 15350 16070 5400 21470
    8500 15810 # 5400 # (21210-21470)
    8750 16280 —- 5400 21680
    9000 16740 —- 5400 22140
    9250 17210 —- 5400 22610
    9500 17670 —- 5400 23070
    9750 18140 —- 5400 23540
    10000 18600 —- 5400 24000
    10250 19070 —- 5400 24470
    10500 19530 —- 5400 24930
    10750 20000 —- 5400 25400
    11000 20460 —- 5400 25860
    11250 20930 —- 5400 26330
    11500 21390 —- 5400 26790
    11750 21860 —- 5400 27260
    12000 22320 —- 5400 27720
    12250 22790 —- 5400 28190
    12500 23250 —- 5400 28650
    12750 23720 —- 5400 29120

    # stepped up pay with reference to the revised pay of junior , if applicable
    [Notes 7 & 10 below Rule 7(1) of CCS (RP) Rules 2008]

    (iii)

    Existing pay scale 4500-125-7000,
    Upgraded revised pay scale 6500-200-10500
    Revised Pay Band, PB-2, 9300-34800
    Grade Pay 4200
    Minimum pay in revised Pay Band 9300
    Minimum Pay in corresponding to pre-revised Pay Scale 6500-200-10500 6500*1.86= 12090
    .
    Existing Basic Pay in pre-revised scale as on 01.01.06 Basic pay *1.86 as per rule 7(1) A(i) (initial Pay in pay band 9300-34800) fixation of pay as prescribed in Note 2A below rule 7(1) A (ii) Corresponding Grade Pay Total basic pay in revised pay structure as on 01.01.06

    4500 8370 12090 4200 16290
    4625 8610 12090 4200 16290
    4750 8840 12460 4200 16660
    4875 9070 12460 4200 16660
    5000 9300 12840 4200 17040
    5125 9540 12840 4200 17040
    5250 9770 13230 4200 17430
    5375 10000 13230 4200 17430
    5500 10230 13630 4200 17830
    5625 10470 13630 4200 17830
    5750 10700 14040 4200 18240
    5875 10930 14040 4200 18240
    6000 11160 14470 4200 18670
    6125 11400 14470 4200 18670
    6250 11630 14910 4200 19110
    6375 11860 14910 4200 19110
    6500 12090 # 4200 #(16290-19110)
    6625 12330 # 4200 #(16530-19110)
    6750 12560 # 4200 #(16760-19110)
    6875 12790 # 4200 #(16990-19110)
    7000 13020 # 4200 #(17220-19110)
    7125 13260 # 4200 #(17460-19110)
    7250 13490 # 4200 #(17690-19110)
    7375 13720 # 4200 #(17920-19110)

    # stepped up pay with reference to the revised pay of junior , if applicable
    [Notes 7 & 10 below Rule 7(1) of CCS (RP) Rules 2008]

    (iv)

    Existing pay scale 14300-400-18300,
    Upgraded revised pay scale 14300-400-18300
    Revised Pay Band, PB-4 37400-67000
    Grade Pay 8700
    Minimum pay in revised Pay Band 37400
    Minimum Pay in corresponding to pre-revised Pay Scale 14300*1.86=26600
    14300-400-18300
    Existing Basic Pay in pre-revised scale as on 01.01.06 Basic pay *1.86 as per rule 7(1) A(i) (initial Pay in pay band 37400-67000) fixation of pay as prescribed in Note 2A below rule 7(1) A (ii) Corresponding Grade Pay Total basic pay in revised pay structure as on 01.01.06

    14300 26600 37400 8700 46100
    14700 27350 37400 8700 46100
    15100 28090 38530 8700 47230
    15500 28830 38530 8700 47230
    15900 29580 39690 8700 48390
    16300 30320 39690 8700 48390
    16700 31070 40890 8700 49590
    17100 31810 40890 8700 49590
    17500 32550 42120 8700 50820
    17900 33300 42120 8700 50820
    18300 34040 43390 8700 52090
    18700 34790 43390 8700 52090
    19100 35530 44700 8700 53400
    19500 36270 44700 8700 53400

    # stepped up pay with reference to the revised pay of junior , if applicable
    [Notes 7 & 10 below Rule 7(1) of CCS (RP) Rules 2008]

    (v)
    Existing pay scale 15100-400-18300,
    Upgraded revised pay scale 15100-400-18300
    Revised Pay Band, PB-4, 37400-67000
    Grade Pay Rs 8700
    Minimum pay in revised Pay Band 37400+ two compound increment = (37400+1130+1160=39690) Rs 39690
    Minimum Pay in corresponding to pre-revised Pay Scale 15100*1.86=28090
    7500-12000
    Existing Basic Pay in pre-revised scale as on 01.01.06 Basic pay *1.86 as per rule 7(1) A(i) (initial Pay in pay band 37400-67000) fixation of pay as prescribed in Note 2A below rule 7(1) A (ii) Corresponding Grade Pay Total basic pay in revised pay structure as on 01.01.06

    15100 28090 39690 8700 48390
    15500 28830 39690 8700 48390
    15900 29580 40890 8700 49590
    16300 30318 40890 8700 49590
    16700 31070 42120 8700 50820
    17100 31810 42120 8700 50820
    17500 32550 43390 8700 52090
    17900 33300 43390 8700 52090
    18300 34040 44700 8700 53400
    18700 34790 44700 8700 53400
    19100 35530 46050 8700 54750
    19500 36270 46050 8700 54750

    # stepped up pay with reference to the revised pay of junior , if applicable
    [Notes 7 & 10 below Rule 7(1) of CCS (RP) Rules 2008]

    (vi)
    Existing pay scale 16400-450-20900
    Upgraded revised pay scale 16400-450-20900
    Revised Pay Band, PB-4, 37400-67000
    Grade Pay 8900
    Minimum pay in revised Pay Band
    37400+ two compound increment = (37400+1130+1160=39690) 39690
    Minimum Pay in corresponding to pre-revised Pay Scale 16400*1.86=30510
    16400-450-20900
    Existing Basic Pay in pre-revised scale as on 01.01.06 Basic pay *1.86 as per rule 7(1) A(i) (initial Pay in pay band 37400-67000 fixation of pay as prescribed in Note 2A below rule 7(1) A (ii) Corresponding Grade Pay Total basic pay in revised pay structure as on 01.01.06

    16400 30510 39690 8900 48590
    16850 31350 40890 8900 49790
    17300 32180 40890 8900 49790
    17750 33020 42120 8900 51020
    18200 33860 42120 8900 51020
    18650 34690 43390 8900 52290
    19100 35530 43390 8900 52290
    19550 36370 44700 8900 53600
    20000 37200 44700 8900 53600
    20450 38040 46050 8900 54950
    20900 38880 46050 8900 54950
    21350 39720 47440 8900 56340
    21800 40550 47440 8900 56340
    22250 41390 48870 8900 57770

    @ Pay in pay band for existing basic pay 15100 & 16400 are bunched = 39690

    # stepped up pay with reference to the revised pay of junior , if applicable
    [Notes 7 & 10 below Rule 7(1) of CCS (RP) Rules 2008]

    (vii)

    Existing pay scale

    14300-450-22400

    Upgraded revised pay scale 14300-450-22400
    Revised Pay Band, PB-4 37400-67000
    Grade Pay 10000
    Minimum pay in revised Pay Band 37400
    Minimum Pay in corresponding to pre-revised Pay Scale 14300*1.86=26600
    14300-450-22400
    Existing Basic Pay in pre-revised scale as on 01.01.06 Basic pay *1.86 as per rule 7(1) A(i) (initial Pay in pay band 37400-67000) fixation of pay as prescribed in Note 2A below rule 7(1) A (ii) Corresponding Grade Pay Total basic pay in revised pay structure as on 01.01.06

    14300 26600 37400 10000 47400
    14750 27440 37400 10000 47400
    15200 28280 38530 10000 48530
    15650 29110 38530 10000 48530
    16100 29950 39690 10000 49690
    16550 30790 39690 10000 49690
    17000 31620 40890 10000 50890
    17450 32630 40890 10000 50890
    17900 33300 42120 10000 52120
    18350 34140 42120 10000 52120
    18800 34970 43390 10000 53390
    19250 35810 43390 10000 53390
    19700 36650 44700 10000 54700
    20150 37480 44700 10000 54700
    20600 38320 46050 10000 56050
    21050 39160 46050 10000 56050
    21500 39990 47440 10000 57440
    21950 40830 47440 10000 57440
    22400 41670 48870 10000 58870
    22850 42510 48870 10000 58870
    23300 43340 50340 10000 60340
    23750 44180 50340 10000 60340

    # stepped up pay with reference to the revised pay of junior , if applicable
    [Notes 7 & 10 below Rule 7(1) of CCS (RP) Rules 2008]

    NAME- x y z

    AS PER ILLUSTRATION 4A: Pay fixation in case where posts have been upgraded e.g. posts in pre-
    Revised pay scale of Rs 5500-9000 to Rs 7450-11500 scale as on 01.01.2006.
    1. Existing Scale of pay Rs 5500-9000
    (Corresponding Grade Pay Rs 4200)

    2. Pay band applicable PB-2, Rs 9300-34800
    3. Upgraded to the scale of pay Rs 7450-11500
    (Corresponding Grade Pay Rs 4600)
    4. Existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 Rs 7425
    5. Pay after multiplication by a factor of 1.86 Rs 13810.50(Rounded off to Rs 13820)
    6. Pay in pay band PB-2 Rs 13820
    7. Pay in the pay band after including benefit Rs 16090 (initial fixation) of bunching in the pre-revised scale
    5500-9000, if admissible

    8. Grade Pay attached to the scale of Rs 4600
    Rs 7450-11500
    9. Revised basic pay- total of pay in the pay Rs 20690
    Band and grade pay
    10. Stepped up pay with reference to the Name ……………………
    Revised Pay of junior as on 1.1.2006 pay in PB ………+ G.P. ……….=Total pay …………..
    [Note 7 & 10 below rule 7(1) of CCS (RP) Rules, 2008
    Name& pay of junior also to be indicated distinctly]
    11. Personal pay, if admissible. Rs.….450…

  • Pooja Rawat says:

    Sir, I am deputed for a 2-days reorientation programme (Saturday and Sunday) to a KV. Can I apply for 01 day CCL for on duty on sunday?
    And can I fill the form for TA DA for Saturday. Please guide me …

  • rachna says:

    SIR,

    LETTER’S MATTER IS NOT VISIBLE.SO PLZ AGAIN UPLOAD IT.

  • Dharmendra Meena says:

    Ye sab cl aur ccl ko kha jate hai…

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