Search News, Order, Rules etc. in more than 6700 articles type keywords and hit enter

Search News, Order, Rules etc. in more than 6,700 articles type keywords and hit enter

Friday, December 7, 2012

Advance Increments granted to Stenographers of Subordinate Offices on qualifying speed test in shorthand at 100/120 w.p.m.


No.1/1/2010-Estt.(Pay-l)
Department of Personnel & Training
Estt (Pay I ) Section
*****
New Delhi, the 6th December, 2012.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM 

Subject: Advance Increments granted to Stenographers of Subordinate Offices on qualifying speed test in shorthand at 100/120 w.p.m. regarding.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department's OM No.18/44/88-Pay-I dated 07.12.2009 on the above subject which provides that the Advance Increments granted to Stenographers of Subordinate Offices on qualifying speed test in shorthand at 100/120 w.p.m. are treated as pay for all purposes.



2. Consequent upon implementation of CCS (RP) Rules 2008, the concept of Pay Banc & Grade Pay has been introduced. Since there are no fixed rates of increments now, the manner in which advance increment(s) are to be computed has been considered in consultation with the Department of Expenditure. The grant of advance increments to Stenographers of Subordinate Offices on qualifying the speed test in shorthand at 100/120 w.p.m. after 1.1.2006 may be regulated as under:-
a) In terms of the instructions contained in this Department's OM No.18/44/89-Estt (Pay I) dated 07.12.2009, the advance increments granted to Stenographers of Subordinate Offices on qualifying Speed Test in Shorthand at 100/120 w.p.m. in terms of Department of Expenditure OM dated 04.10.1975 are to be treated as pay for all purposes and the 'past cases are also to be regulated accordingly. These advance increments were therefore to be taken into account for fixation in the Revised Pay for those officials who were in receipt of such increments in the pre- revised pay. In such cases, the advance increments will no longer continue as a separate element.
b) In respect of persons who become. eligible for grant, of advance increments consequent upon implementation of .CCS (RP) Rules, 2008, the advance increment may be calculated by granting increment @ 3% of the Basic Pay on the date of passing of the test. Two advance increments may be calculated by granting two increments @ 3 % of the Basic Pay on the date of passing the test. The amount of this increment may be treated as a separate element in addition to the Basic Pay (Pay in the Pay Band + Grade Pay), till such advance increments are taken into account as per (c).
c) Once the advance increments are taken into account for the purpose of pay fixation on promotion or being placed in a higher scale on grant of ACP/MACP or fixation of pay due to revision of pay scale etc., the advance increments will no longer be continued as a separate element as it will be Merged with the basic pay.

3.  In so far as the persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department are concerned, these orders will be issued after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

4. Hindi Version will follow.


Sd/- 
(Mukesh Chaturvedi) 
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India.


Source: www.persmin.nic.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/1_1_2010-Estt.Pay-I-06122012.pdf]

Stay connected with us via Facebook, Google+ or Email Subscription.

Subscribe to Central Government Employee News & Tools by Email [Click Here]
Follow us: Twitter [click here] | Facebook [click here] Google+ [click here]
Admin

No comments:

Recent Comments

SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION REPORT

7th CPC Report

Full Report || Allowances  || Pay Structure (Civil)  || Pay Structure (Military)  || Pension (Civil)  || Pension (Defence)  || Advances  || Leave  || NPS
1. Foreword View
2. The Macroeconomic Situation
2.1 General Economic Situation and Financial Resources of the Central Government
2.2 Financial Resources of the State Governments
3. Analysis of Central Government Personnel View
4. Approach to Pay
4.1 Principles of Pay Determination View
4.2 Determination of Minimum Pay View
5. Revised Pay Structure
5.1 Pay Structure (Civilian Employees) View
5.2 Pay Structure (Defence Forces Personnel) View
6. Pay Related Issues of Defence Forces Personnel
6.1 Background and Approach to Pay Related Issues of Defence Personnel
6.2 Cadres of Defence Forces Personnel
7. Pay Scales for Specific Services, Categories & Cadres
7.1 Headquarters Organisations in Government of India and Office Staff in Field Offices View
7.2 All India Services
7.3 Central Services Group A
7.4 Engineering Services
7.5 Scientific Services
7.6 Medical and Paramedical Services
7.7 Common Categories
8. Allowances View
8.1 List of Allowances (Summary) View
8.2 Overview of Allowances View
8.3 Allowances Payable for Additional/ Extra Duty View
8.4 Allowances related to Knowledge Updates View
8.5 Allowances related to Deputation View
8.6 Allowances related to Working on Holidays View
8.7 Allowances related to Housing View
8.8 Allowances related to Good Service View
8.9 Qualification Allowances View
8.10 Allowances related to Risk and Hardship View
8.11 Allowances for Running Staff of Indian Railways View
8.12 Allowances related to Sports View
8.13 Sumptuary Allowances View
8.14 Allowances related to Training View
8.15 Allowances related to Travel View
8.16 Allowances related to Uniform View
8.17 Other Allowances View
9. Other Facilities
9.1 Advances View
9.2 Holidays and Leave View
9.3 CGEGIS View
9.4 GPF View
9.5 Medical Facilities for Serving Employees and Pensioners View
9.6 Persons with Disabilities View
10. Pension and Related Benefits
10.1 Pension and Related Benefits of Civilian Employees View
10.2 Pension and Related Benefits of Defence Forces Personnel View
10.3 National Pension System (NPS) View
11. Issues Specific to Ministries and Departments
12. Officers and Employees of the Supreme Court of India
13. Regulatory Bodies
14. Training
15. Bonus Schemes and Performance Related Pay View
16. Financial Implications View
17. Executive Summary View
18. Meetings held by the Commission
Top Generated search terms/ keywords used by our visitors to  arrive in Central Government Employee News.
KeywordCount