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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Met with the 7th CPC Team at Kolkata by the AIPSA Members-Photograph

Met with the 7th CPC team –
Headed by Sri Amit Kr Datta(sitting) / AGS AIPSA (CHQ) stationed at Kolkata; and S/Sri Utpal Ghosh(sitting)(Executive member.W.B & K. A. Latha,(standing) (Treasurer,W.B)& M.L. Roy, (standing) (Stenographer )–  all Stenographers of O/o the Chief PMG, W.B.Circle, Kolkata – 12.



Memorandum in connection with upgradation/creation of pay scale of Sr.PPS/PPS/PSO/Sr.PA/PA and Stenographer Grade-II in subordinate offices submitted before the Chairman, 7th CPC by AIPSA.

Meetings held by 7th CPC
Meetings held by 7th CPC (as on 16.01.2015)
Date
Meeting with
14.01.2015
At Kolkata: All India Railway Accounts Staff Association, SER Chapter; Technical Assistants' Association of IIEST; All India Postal Stenographers' Association; Eastern Railwaymen's Congress (ERMC); All India Data Processing Officers' Association; National Institute for the Orthopedically Handicapped Staff Association; Commercial Intelligence Union; Commercial Intelligence and Statistics Employees Association; Employees' Association, CAT-III, Office of AG, WB; All India Customs Ministerial Officers' Association; All India Customs Ministerial Employees Federation; National Library Employees Association; East Coast Railway Engineers' Association; The Company Law Administrative Employees Association; Joint Council of Action of Income Tax Associations, WB.
13.01.2015
At Kolkata: All India P&T SC/ST Employees' Welfare Association, WB Postal Circle; All India (Postal) Administrative Offices Employees Union; Postal Engineers' Association; National Atlas & Thematic Mapping Organization Employees' Association; IAS Officers' Association; Indian Forest Service (IFS) Officers' Association; IPS Officers' Association; GSI Scientific Officers' Association (GSISOA); GSI Employees Association; BARC Officers' Association; All India Postal Administrative Offices' Association; National Library Staff Association; National Defence Non-Gazetted Staff Association; National Defence Group 'B' Gazetted Officers' Association; OFB Retired Employees' Association; All India Ordnance Factories Teaching Staff Association; Indian Railway Medical Laboratory Technologists Association; Indian Ordnance Factory Gazetted Officers Association; National Federation of Printing, Stationery and Publication Employees
Met with the 7th CPC team –
Headed by Sri Amit Kr Datta(seating) / AGS AIPSA (CHQ) stationed at Kolkata; and S/Sri Utpal Ghosh(seating)(Executive member.W.B & K. A. Latha,(standing) (Treasurer,W.B)& M.L. Roy, (standing) (Stenographer )–  all Stenographers of O/o the Chief PMG, W.B.Circle, Kolkata – 12.



 To
The   Respected Chairman,
7th CPC (Camp at Kolkata).

ALL INDIA POSTAL STENOGRAPHERS’ ASSOCIATION
(RECOGNISED  by DG ( P )  No 13-30/98-SR)
Memorandum in connection with Upgradation/Creation of Pay Scale of  Sr.PPS / PPS /PSO/ SR.PA /P.A  & Stenographer Grade - II in Subordinate Offices in States submitted before  the Chairman,7thCentralPayCommission.
Camp at Kolkata on 13th& 14thJanuary 2015.
                                                                            
                                                                                                    Submitted by –

Amit Kr. Datta

ASSTT. GENERAL SECRETARY
ALL INDIA POSTAL STENOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION
                                                                                                                 &
Personal Assistant
O/o the Chief Postmaster General
West Bengal Circle
Yogayog Bhawan (7th flr)
36, C.R. Avenue, Kolkata 700012
Mob : 9433444278


ALL INDIA POSTAL STENOGRAPHERS’ ASSOCIATION
(Recognised by DG(P) No. 13-30/98-SR)
Contact No. : 9433444278, e-mail ID : amitdatta58@gmail.com
14-01-2015
To
Hon’ble Justice  Sri Ashoke  Kumar Mathur ,        
Chairman , 7th Pay commission
New Delhi-110 001.


Respected  Sir,


            I  Amit Kumar Datta , ( P.A   Department of Posts,   Posted at Kolkata)  Assistant General Secretary   All India Postal Stenographer  Association on behalf  of the  Association alongwith other stenographers , would like to discuss and   submit a brief  memorandum for Stenographers Cadre which is  immediately “EYE-FRONT    ON THE PAPER”  in respect of  7th CPC  on the eve of  your auspicious visit  to Kolkata  .

          General Secretary, All India Postal Stenographer  Association  and  Secretary General  Confederation of All India  Central Government  Stenographers  Associations ( CAICGSA)  has already submitted a  memorandum  within the stipulated time as fixed by the  7th  CPC.  ( Both the copies are enclosed ) .

 
PREFACE

The 6th CPC submitted its report in March 2008.  Their recommendations were implemented with effect from 1.1.2006. There were plethora of anomalies, common as well as department specific. None of these anomalies were removed despite several rounds of discussions.  That was the  burning issue.
          Besides that  It made major changes in the structure of pay scales by introducing the concept of Grade Pay .
 The following points may be discussed
I).Recruitment  policy of  Govt. of India  in r/o  Stenographers Cadre.
All the Stenographers throughout the country were / are recruited through SSC whether they are in CSSS or Subordinate Service. This practice is prevailing since the inception of Staff Selection Commission, the premier recruitment agency of the Government of India, working under the Ministry of Personnel, Grievances and Pension.
The Stenographers who choose ‘X’ ‘Y’ or ‘Z’ group are appointed accordingly either in CSSS or subordinate service. This shows that the earlier principles of Recruitment were framed with a view to help all, equally and based on merit, they were given postings accordingly to the group selected by them at the time of recruitment and the number of posts vacant in each group at the time of advertisement.,
Further, for selection of Stenographers under combined recruitment by SSC the qualifications prescribed – educational and technical, method of recruitment –written and followed by technical examinations conducted, the pay scale for all the groups i.e., ‘X, Y or Z’ are the same. Nowhere the advertisement issued by SSC mentioned that those who opt for Secretariat service will be given more pay in the form of different pay scales compared to others posted in subordinate service.
The VI Pay Commission has therefore rightly observed that future recruitments should be made with sufficiently knowledgeable persons with computer background and advanced work skills. The DOP&T should have followed this advice of VI CPC in toto, which has been accepted by the Government, as they knew very well that from Kashmir to Kanyakumari the younger generation who appear for the Govt. Recruitments are Graduates/Post Graduates and above with computer background. It is pertinent to mention here that both CSSS and Subordinate service Stenographers are working with senior officers only, who are of All India Cadre Officers and have the facility to work both at H.Qrs., (CSSS) as well as anywhere in India i.e., Subordinate service. Hence the level of work output is same for both Stenographers as both have to work under the same senior officers in one time or the other.
It is also to be mentioned here that in subordinate service, even the entry level stenographers are attached to senior officers whereas in CSSS only sufficiently senior is given the opportunity to work with senior officers. For Gr.C Direct recruitment in CSSS, it is done through UPSC only because it is a feeder cadre, for further promotions. Of course it is open for every body, age is the criterion for Direct Entry. Because of their placement in CSSS as Grade D (entry level Steno), they can appear for this exam through departmental quota, after completing 3 yrs. of regular service in the entry grade and climb for further promotions in the ladder and reach the position of Class-I Officer. They will also get promotions easily, as enough vacancies are being created time and again and periodical cadre restructuring is done for them. This facility is not available for Stenos of subordinate services, who have no promotion at all and their promotions arise only when physical vacancies arise. Even in that also, distinction is created for CSSS by awarding them different Grade Pay in the MACPs just with an intention to keep them one level higher than subordinate cadre.
However, the DOP&T has cleverly tried to protect the interest of CSSS Stenographer cadre by overriding the principle of ‘equality’ that was recommended by a Constituted Higher Authority i.e., the VI Pay Commission which is totally an injustice meted to Stenographers working in Subordinate services. They revised Recruitment Rules for CSSS Stenographers. In case, the DOP&T likes to recruit really suitable candidates with sufficient educational and technical background to suit the needs of the present environment, they could have framed uniform recruitment rules for all Stenographers throughout the Country, right from entry level, based on the recommendation of the VI Pay Commission. However, just to divide, as if, creating an impression that to work in CSSS, one has to be more talented than their counterparts at subordinate services, is totally imaginative and to create a divide overlooking the recommendations of VI Pay Commission. Mere geographical limits cannot be a reason for treating a set of employees outside Delhi in a step-motherly attitude as far as pay and allowances are concerned.
The DOP&T thereby created an unnecessary divide by framing new Recruitment Rules, just to safeguard the interests of CSSS Stenographers, who have been considered as its favourite child, (ever since the fourth Pay Commission) thereby tried every method and the authority at its command to frame service rules to push the subordinate stenographers back in the race, without reason, deliberately to seal their fate in promotions / grant of Grade Pay etc., which this Confederation to place before your Honour for justice, after waiting patiently all along.
Hence, the new Recruitment Rules framed by DOPT is unjust, arbitrary and violation of Article 14 exclusively for Stenographers in CSSS who were also recruited by the Staff Selection Commission, the recruiting authority, who have all along been recruiting the Stenographers through Combined Competitive Examination for CSSS and Subordinate Services.
We seek your kind intervention and recommendation/ directions to DOPT to frame uniform Recruitment Rules for Stenographers of CSSS and subordinate Service, right from entry level as future recruitments is likely to create a difference between CSSS and subordinate service stenos.Para 3.1.10 of the VI Pay Commission states, “Keeping in view the general principle envisaging multi-skilling  and de-layering that this Commission is recommending for the entire Government, no justification exists for maintaining a distinct Stenographers cadre in any Government office” “there is a need for ensuring full parity between these two cadres right from this stage”.
In Para 3.1.14 , of the recommendation it is stated that in accordance with the principles in the earlier paragraphs of the recommendation parity between field offices and secretariat offices is recommended. The same has been accepted by the Govt. vide Section II of Part B of First Schedule of CCS (RP) Rules, 2008.
 MF notification F.No.1/1/2008-IC dated 29th August 2009 under Government of India’s decisions-
(1) 1-clarification to Note 2A below rule 7 of CCS (RP) Rules 2008 states  “in call cases of upgradation of posts as a result of recommendations of Sixth CPC, the fitment table attached to the O.M. of even No. dated 30.8.2008 corresponding to the pre-revised scale shall be used for the purpose of determination of pay in the pay band”.
(2)      2 “(i) Where all posts in one are pre-revised scales are merged with higher pre-revised scale and given a common replacement scales, grade pay the suitability of the incumbents need not be assessed for granting them higher replacement pay scale/ grade pay and the incumbents will automatically be granted the replacement scale/ grade pay as recommended by the commission”.
Stenographers of CSSS and subordinate services fall under this category. This was not followed in true principle by the DOP&T, which has, with an intention to isolate the subordinate service, created a distinction between them and CSSS and deliberately violated the recommendation of the VI Pay Commission and introduced Model Recruitment Rules for Stenographers of all Categories in Subordinate offices which will have a damaging effect on the promotion prospects of serving employees, (who are already suffering without time bound promotions and facing indirect sealing of their promotional prospects due to non-convening of DPCs periodically) as if they were second category employees within its own administrative set up, creating a cloudy impression that they have different/ little workload as compared with their CSSS counterparts.
       This Association feels here that to quote the Judgment pronounced in the OA 164/2009 Delhi Principal Bench (D-8) will be very much relevant here, wherein there is a mention that before IV CPC stenographers of CSSS and Field Offices were holding the posts and had identical pay scale (Rs.1400 scale) In 1991 only CSSS Gr.C Steno got 1640.
In regard to promotional avenues also, where the Central Secretariat Stenographers have four promotional ladders, (Gr.C (Gr.II), Sr.PA, Private Secretary, Principal Private Secretary, Sr. PPS with Grade Pay of Rs.4600/-, Rs.4800/- Rs.5400/- and Rs.6600/ -, the Subordinate Service Stenographers have only three actual promotional ladders i.e., Gr.II, Gr.I, PS in the Grade pay of Rs.4200/ -, Rs.4600/-, Rs.4800/- and very rarely Rs.5400/-only, that too if  they complete 4 years regular service in Sr.PS cadre. And very rarely the Stenographers working in subordinate service reach the position of Sr.PS, as the number of posts is one only in a state and get promotion only when the incumbent Sr.P.S. retires from service on superannuation.
From the above averments it may be clear that the recommendations of the VI Pay Commission have been accepted and notified by the Government. But contrary to this a number of discriminatory activities are carried by the DOP&T with a sheer motive to favour certain set of employees as they have constant touch with the authorities and to suit their egoistic approach to show that they are superior to subordinate service employees. Here we would like to quote.
The Association fervently request the Hon’ble Chairman and Members of the VII CPC to consider our long pending demands and order full parity.
The VI Pay Commission report has highlighted that establishing the principle of equal work for equal pay i.e., treating all Stenographers i.e., CSSS cadre and subordinate cadres equally and stressed the need for ensuring full parity between these two cadres right from this state i.e., from 1.1.2006 Before going into the merits of this case this Confederation would like to place before you Sir, the facts about historical parity till 4th Pay Commission and the fight by this Confederation for pay parity on par with the Central Secretariat Stenographers since the Constitution of the 5th CPC.
          Summary of Pay scales from 1  to 6th Pay commissions:
Pay Commission
Non-Secretariat
Central Secretariat


First
Rs.160-330
Rs.160-330


Second
Rs.210-425
Rs.210-425


Third
Rs.425-700 (Gr-II)
Rs.425-800


Fourth
Rs.1400-2600 (Gr-II)
Rs.1400-2600
From this pay commission disparity was created by the Govt. order by revising it as Rs.1640-2900(Gr-II) subsequently.


Fifth
Rs.5500-9000-Gr.I
Rs.5000-8000-Gr.II
Rs.4000-6000-Gr.III
Rs.5500-9000 (Gr-I)
Subsequently revised vide Govt. order dated 25-9-06 to Rs.6500-10500.


Sixth
Rs.5200-20200 GP.2400 Gr.II


----------
Rs.9300-34800 GP 4200 Gr.I
------------
Rs.9300-34800 GP 4600 PS
--------------

Rs.9300-34800 GP 4800    Sr PS
After 4 Years GP 5400/-
--------------
Gr-D 5200-20200 GP 2400
(after 5 yrs.9300-34800 GP 4200)
---------------------------

Gr-C Rs.9300-34800 GP 4600

-------------------------
PS=Rs.9300-34800 GP 4800
(After 4 yrs. 9300-34800 GP 5400 in PB-2.
-------------------------

PPS  Rs.15600-39100 GP 6600 in PB-3

-----------------------
Sr.PPS Rs.15600-39100 GP 7600 in PB-3
--------------------------
PSO Rs.37400-67000 GP 8700 in PB-4






Stenographers in all  the Departments/Offices of Secretariat and non-Secretariat Service are placed in the same Pay Band & Grade Pay at the initial stage by the 6th CPC.  However, steadily anomalies have cropped up and Stenographers in non-Secretariat Service are treated indifferently which will be clear from the following chart. EXPECTED PAY STRUCTURE OF 7TH CPC is also  appended below :-

Newly projected PAY SCALES FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF 7TH CPC W.E.F  01-01-2016  for the cadre of Stenographers both  CSSS  AND non-secretariat ( TREATED AS COMMON CADRE )
Secretariat
Secretariat

Scale + G P
Non-Secretariat

Scale + G P
Difference  between  Secretariat  AND
 Non-Secretariat
EXPECTED PAY STRUCTURE OF 7TH CPC


Entry level
Grade-D
Rs.5200-20200 GP.2400 Gr.II(PB-1)
After 4 yrs. GP 4200(NFSG) in PB-2
Grade D/II
Rs.5200-20200 GP.2400 Gr.II (PB-1)

Not  getting
After 4 yrs. GP  4200(NFSG) in PB-2
Grade Pay of  VIl CPC PB 2 =4600

Next promotion
Grade C/PA
Rs.9300-34800 GP 4600 (PB-2)

Grade-I
Rs.9300-34800 GP 4200 (PB-2)DOPT merged the erstwhile Gr-I with Gr.II) as Gr-I vide Dte.No:25-12/2014-PR I dt.15.4.14 with the same GP-4200/-.
Not  getting
G.P 4600
Grade Pay of  VIl CPC PB-2
=4800/


Next promotion
Pvt.Secretary
Rs.9300-34800GP 4800 (PB-2)

Private Secretary
Rs.9300-34800 GP 4600 (PB-2)
Not  getting
 G.P 4800

Grade Pay of  VIl CPC PB-2= 5400


Next promotion
-do-
After completion  of four  years Rs.9300-34800 GP 5400 (PB-2)
Sr.Private Secretary
Rs.9300-34800 GP 4800
After 4 yrs.GP-5400 (PB-2)
Not  getting
G.P 5400
Grade Pay of  VIl CPC PB-3= 6600


Next Promotion
Prin. Private Secretary
Rs.15600-39100 GP 6600 in PB-3

Nil
Nil
This may be  created which will be the equivalent  with CSSS.
Grade Pay of  VIl CPC PB-3  7600


Next promotion
Sr. Prin. Private Secretary
Rs.15600-39100 GP 7600 in PB-3

Nil
Nil
This may be  created which will be the equivalent  with CSSS.
This may be  created which will be the equivalent  with CSSS.

Next Promotion
PSO





Rs.37400-67000 with GP-8700 in PB-4.
Nil
Nil
This may be  created which will be the equivalent  with CSSS.
This may be  created which will be the equivalent  with CSSS.

Status of 6th CPC PAY STRUCTURE
The  details are given below :
EXPECTED PAY STRUCTURE OF 7TH CPC


Pay Band
Pay Bands
Grade Pay
pay in the Pay Band
Pay Scale

Pay Band
Grade Pay
Pay in the Pay Band
Pay Scale





Stenographer  Grade II ( To be renamed as Jr. Executive secretary  ( Entry Grade )
PB-I
5200-20200
2400
7510
9910
Grade Pay of  VI CPC PB 2 =4600
30000-100000
Grade Pay of  V11  CPC = 13,500
35000
48,500





Stenographer  Grade I( To be renamed as . Executive secretary 
PB-2
9300-34800
4200
9300
13500
Grade Pay of  VI CPC PB-2=4800/
  .

30000-100000
Grade Pay of  V11  CPC = 15000
40000
55000





Private  Secretary(To be renamed as  Sr.Executive Secretary)
PB-2
9300-34800
4600
12540
17140
Grade Pay of  VI CPC PB-3= 5400

50000-150000
Grade Pay of  V11  CPC = 16500
50000
66500





Sr.Private Secretary(To be renamed as  Principal Executive Secretary both in CSS and non-Sectt as common)
PB-2
9300-34800
4800/-
13350
18,150/-
Grade Pay of  VI CPC PB-3= 6600

50000-150000
Grade Pay of  V11  CPC = 20,000
60,000
80,000





PPS ( Executive Officer/OSD) both in Sect and non-sectt as common)
PB-2
9300-34800
4800
13350
18150
Grade Pay of  VI CPC PB-3  7600


50000-150000
Grade Pay of  V11  CPC = 23000
70000
93000


          From the above work study it will be crystal clear as to how the 6th CPC has prejudiced the Stenographers cadre.  We are not against better pay scales to other categories of staff.  But at the same time, we have a strong feeling that the Pay Commission has not given justice to our cadre.
 

8.1.    The Pay scale of Grade-C/PA of Central Secretariat Service was Rs.5500-9000 till 24.9.06.  It was increased arbitrarily to Rs.6500-10500 w.e.f. 25.9.06 vide Department of Personnel and Training OM No.20-29/2006/CS-II(CS-I) dated 25.9.96 after formation of VI CPC.
                                               
MACP

              The three ( 3 )  level MACP may be changed to four ( 4 ) level promotion during the completion of  8 years, 16 years, 24 years and 30 years, since the most of the new recruits come to the Govt services between the ages 28 to 30 years, and the promotional opportunities in many cadre are very less. According to Four( 4 ) level promotion Scenario will be as follows:-
From Entry grade 
 PB
According to Grade Pay of VI CPC 
Grade Pay of VI1 CPC 
Pay Band of  VII CPC
Grade –II
    2
4600
 13,500
30000-100000
After completion of  8 years
   2
4800
15,000
30000-100000
After completion of 16 years
   3
5400
16,500
50000-150000
After completion of24 years
   3
6600
20,000
50000-150000
After completion of 30 yrs
   3
7600
23,000
50000-150000


i ) . Annual increment Rate of annual increment in each grade  may please be granted  @ 5 %
ii).    Increment on promotion :  During promotion minimum  10 % increase in Basic Pay has to be granted
7thCPC may also be requested to introduce the   PLB  for  Group B Gazetted  Officer  who are also involve  directly  or indirectly to  raise  either the production  or  mobilize  the  Staff for production  .  


           Change of Designation/Nomenclature:

The present designation `Stenographer’ was given from the time unmemorable when the work of a stenographer was confined only to taking dictation and typing.  At that time the typing work was done in manual typewriter.  Over the years both the office and the style of functioning of office has undergone considerable changes with the development of technology and human resource.  i.e. in the case of Stenographers mere taking dictation and typing has been changed and the style of working was advanced with the use of modern office equipments/technologies.  With the wide and effective use of computer, fax, internet, email etc. the style of doing the work has changed a lot.  Employees are asked to give more output.  New techniques are experimented for getting more work done with the existing staff strength.  In this context we strongly feel that the necessity of changing the very old designations in order to match with the time very important and essential.  For doing this, the Government does not want to bear additional financial burden.  On the other hand employees are motivated in an effective way without any cost to the government. Moreover, at least a change in designation will be a kind of relief to those who are stagnated in same grade/designation for many years for want of sufficient vacancies in higher grades.  to change the existing designations of Stenographers for kind Under these circumstances we humbly submit the following suggestions before the respected Commission favourable consideration equal in both  CSSS and Subordinate Offices   


Existing
Proposed
Stenographer Gr.II

Jr.Executive Secretary
Stenographer Gr.I  

Executive Secretary

Privater Secretary
Sr.Executive Secretary
Sr.Private Secretary
Principal Executive Secretary
PPS
Executive Officer/OSD

The change in the designations as proposed above does not make any financial implication as there is no change in the Pay Band or Grade Pay but will be a motivation/self boost to the employees carrying the above designations.

          Better  promotional opportunities are very less in the cadre of Stenographers.  Now  a days  all the Stenographers are highly qualified  with additional qualification in software  and highly skilled in English language.  In private sector/oil  sector, the stenographers are  getting more  promotional opportunities  and even they are allowed to  shift/change their cadre and are given managerial capacity for the better administrative interest.  As their trained skills can be utilized for betterment.  It is suggested to  introduce  such an option to  Stenographers in Central Government service also and  while  changing the nomenclature the role of stenographers may be utilized for managerial/supervisory duties  with a vision to utilize their services for the betterment of the  administration.                                   

PRAYER:-

Keeping In view the facts mentioned above and the established ongoing historic parity between the Stenographers of CSSS Cadre and  Non-Secretariat Stenographer  and to safeguard the interest of the stenographers working in Non-Secretariat Stenographer  to provide due service conditions, all the service conditions including pay scales and grade-pay etc. in respect of Stenographers of Non-Secretariat Stenographer  may be kept at par with CSSS Cadre of Govt. of India and this  issue may kindly be resolved at the 7th CPC.
I on behalf of the  All India Stenographer Association   fervently  appeal  to the 7th  CPC  to  sympathetically consider the  case of  Stenographers  of Department of Posts  and   be kind enough by accepting our  demands  so that  the aspiration  of the  employees  of this cadre  is fulfilled.

With profound regards,
                                          
 Yours faithfully 


(Amit Kumar Datta)
         Asstt. General Secretary,
All India Postal Stenographer’s Association,
Department of Posts,
O/O the Chief PMG
W. B. Circle
Kolkatta-700012.
Mobile No  9433444278




THE CALCULATION SHEET OF  MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM PAY  OF   STENOGRAPHER CADRE     INSTEAD OF  GRADE PAY.

Min + 5% Increment  Maximum Pay
Min + 5% Increment  ==    Maximum Pay
Min + 5% Incre=Max
Min + 5% Increment  = Maximum
Min + 5% Increment  = Maximum
55200 minimum
  2760
58500 minimum
   2925
67620 Minimum
  3381   -
82200 minimum
 4110       -
95000 Minimum
    4750
57960
2898
61425
 3071

71001
 3550
86310
  4315
   99750
     4987
60858
3043
64496
 3225
74551
  3727
90625
  4531
  104737
     5237
  63901
  3195
67721
  3386
78278
  3914
95156
 4758
  109974
     5499
67096
  3355

71107
  3555
82192
  4110
99914
 4996
   115473
      5774
70451
  3523

 74662
 3733

86302
   4315
104910
  5245
   121247
     6062
73974
  3699

78395
  3920
90617
  4531
110155
  5508
  127309
     6365
77673
  3884

82315
 4116
95148
  4757
115663
   5783
  133674
     6684
81557
 4078

86431
 4322
99905
  4995
121446
   6072
  140358
   7018
85635
  4282

90753
  4538
104900
   5245
127518
  6376
 147376
    7369
89917
  4496

95291
  4765
110145
    5507
133894
  6695
154745  =
1, 55,000
Maximum
94413
   4721

100056
    5003
115652
     5783
140589
  7029

99134
  4957


105059
    5253
121435
   6072
147618
     7381


104091
   5205

110312
  5516
127507
     6375
154999 =
1,55,000
Maximum

109296
      5465
115828
      5791
133822
     6694


114761
    5738

121619
     6081
140516
    7026


120499
    6025
126524
127700
    6385
134085
147542
    7377


126524
    6326
         1,32,850 Maximum
134085
  6704 =140789
1,40,800 Maximum
154,919  =
155,000
Maximum


1,32,850



140789 =

















                        Saturation    POINT.
          VIth  CPC had reduced  the pay  scales only at the  Group  C and Group D  levels .  It is now  reached a saturation point   . There is no much scope to have further  exercise in this direction except  where  clear  overlapping exists.    7th CPC  must  however attempt to bring about uniform hierarchical  set up at all levels n all Departments.  The Pay scales are to be constructed by a common multiplication  factor   as was done by the  5th CPC.

Pay Scale
Grade Pay+ Pay scale = Minimum scale
Minimum Basic pay
As per VI CPC
D.A 130 %D.A 100 +1.7.14 = +1.1.15=  +1.7.15=   +Total D.A 130 %
Compensation factor   40 % of BP+ D.A(  i.e  In lieu of  Interim relief / BOOSTER   )
PROPOSED MINIMUM  PAY IN R/O 7TH CPC 
Jr, Executive Secretary.
( VI CPC  Stenographer-II) ENTRY GRADE
55,200---
1,32,850
4600/- +
12540= 17140
17,140/- 
17,140/- x 130 %    =22,282
 17,140= 39,422/-
39422 x 40% =15,770/-
17,140   +
22,282   + 
15,770/- +
55,200/-
Executive Secretary.
( VI  CPC  Stenographer-I)
58,500---

1,40,800
4800/- +
13350= 18150
18,150/-
 18,150/- - x 130 %23,595 + 8,150
  41,745

 41,745x 40%=16,678
18,150 +
23,595 +
16,678
58,443=
58,500
Sr. Executive Secretary.
( VI  CPC  P.S)
67,620 –1,55,00

5400/- + 15600 = 21,000
21,000/--
21,000/-- x 130 % 27,300
21,000 
48,300

48,300 X 40%= 19,320

21,000  +
27,300   + 19,320
67,620

Principal Executive Secretary(VI  CPC Sr.  P.S)
82,200—

1,55,00
6600/- +  18750 =25,530
25,530 /-
25,530 - x 130 % =33,189
   25,530 
 58,719  

58,719X 40% = 23,488
25,530  +
33,189    + 23,488
82,207
82,200
Sr.Principal  Private Secretary /Executive Officer/OSD
( PPS both in Secretariat  and non-secretariat as common ) 
95,000—

1,55,00

7600 + 21900  =29500
29,500/-
29,500/- - x130 %  =38,350
  29,500/- 
    67,850 


67,85 x 40%  = 27,140

29,500/- +
38,350    +
27,140  
94,990/-
95,000


MACP
    The three ( 3 )  level MACP may be changed to four ( 4 ) level promotion during the completion of  8 years, 16 years, 24 years and 30 years, since the most of the new recruits come to the Govt services between the ages 28 to 30 years, and the promotional opportunities in many cadre are very less.
From Entry grade 
 PB
According to Grade Pay of VI CPC 
Minimum Basic pay  (As per VI CPC )

PROPOSED MINIMUM  PAY  IN R/O 7TH CPC 
Grade –II
    2
4600
 17,140/- 
55,200---

After completion of  8 years
   2
4800
18,150/-
58,500---


After completion of 16 years
   3
5400
21,000/--
67,620 –

After completion of 24 years
   3
6600
25,530 /-
82,200—


After completion of 30 years
   3
7600
29,500/-
95,000—



1). Annual increment-Rate  of annual increment in each grade may please be granted @ 5  %
2). Increment  on promotion : During promotion minimum 10% increase in Basic Pay has to  granted.
3).Fixation  of Pay on Promotion at per with Entry Pay :-  Pay on Promotion should be fixed at least  at par with Entry Pay in the Revised Pay structure.