Revised Pension Table of Pre-2016 Pensioners based on 7th CPC Report

REVISED PENSION TABLE OF PRE 2016 PENSIONERS W.E.F. 01.01.2016 (expected date of implementation) 

(BASED ON THE 7TH CPC REPORT CHAPTER 10.1 Pension and Related Benefits of Civilian Employees AND 5.1 Pay Structure (Civilian Employees) PAY MATRIX FOR CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES)
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PB & GP
PB-1 & GP 1800
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
3665
LEVEL OF VII CPC
1
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
Up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
9419
11303
12245
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
9000
10800
11700
1
9250
11100
12025
2
9550
11460
12415
3
9850
11820
12805
4
10150
12180
13195
5
10450
12540
13585
6
10750
12900
13975
7
11050
13260
14365
8
11400
13680
14820
9
11750
14100
15275
10
12100
14520
15730
11
12450
14940
16185
12
12800
15360
16640
13
13200
15840
17160
14
13600
16320
17680
15
14000
16800
18200
PB & GP
PB-1 & GP 1900
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
3890
LEVEL OF VII CPC
2
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
Up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
9997
11997
12996
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
9950
11940
12935
1
10250
12300
13325
2
10550
12660
13715
3
10850
13020
14105
4
11200
13440
14560
5
11550
13860
15015
6
11900
14280
15470
7
12250
14700
15925
8
12600
15120
16380
9
13000
15600
16900
10
13400
16080
17420
11
13800
16560
17940
12
14200
17040
18460
13
14650
17580
19045
14
15100
18120
19630
15
15550
18660
20215
PB & GP
PB-1 & GP 2400
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
4920
LEVEL OF VII CPC
4
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
12644
15173
16438
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
12750
15300
16575
1
13150
15780
17095
2
13550
16260
17615
3
13950
16740
18135
4
14350
17220
18655
5
14750
17700
19175
6
15250
18300
19825
7
15700
18840
20410
8
16150
19380
20995
9
16650
19980
21645
10
17150
20580
22295
11
17650
21180
22945
12
18200
21840
23660
13
18750
22500
24375
14
19300
23160
25090
15
19900
23880
25870
PB & GP
PB-1 & GP-2800
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
5585
LEVEL OF VII CPC
5
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
14353
17224
18659
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
14600
17520
18980
1
15050
18060
19565
2
15500
18600
20150
3
15950
19140
20735
4
16450
19740
21385
5
16950
20340
22035
6
17450
20940
22685
7
17950
21540
23335
8
18500
22200
24050
9
19050
22860
24765
10
19600
23520
25480
11
20200
24240
26260
12
20800
24960
27040
13
21400
25680
27820
14
22050
26460
28665
15
22700
27240
29510
PB & GP
PB-2 & GP-4200
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
6750
LEVEL OF VII CPC
6
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
17348
20817
22552
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
17700
21240
23010
1
18250
21900
23725
2
18800
22560
24440
3
19350
23220
25155
4
19950
23940
25935
5
20550
24660
26715
6
21150
25380
27495
7
21800
26160
28340
8
22450
26940
29185
9
23100
27720
30030
10
23800
28560
30940
11
24500
29400
31850
12
25250
30300
32825
13
26000
31200
33800
14
26800
32160
34840
15
27600
33120
35880
PB & GP
PB-2 & GP-4600
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
9230
LEVEL OF VII CPC
7
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
23721
27062
30837
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
22450
26940
29185
1
23100
27720
30030
2
23800
28560
30940
3
24500
29400
31850
4
25250
30300
32825
5
26000
31200
33800
6
26800
32160
34840
7
27600
33120
35880
8
28450
34140
36985
9
29300
35160
38090
10
30200
36240
39260
11
31100
37320
40430
12
32050
38460
41665
13
33000
39600
42900
14
34000
40800
44200
15
35000
42000
45500
PB & GP
PB-2 & GP-4800
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
9375
LEVEL OF VII CPC
8
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
24094
27005
31322
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
23800
28560
30940
1
24500
29400
31850
2
25250
30300
32825
3
26000
31200
33800
4
26800
32160
34840
5
27600
33120
35880
6
28450
34140
36985
7
29300
35160
38090
8
30200
36240
39260
9
31100
37320
40430
10
32050
38460
41665
11
33000
39600
42900
12
34000
40800
44200
13
35000
42000
45500
14
36050
43260
46865
15
37150
44580
48295
PB & GP
PB-2 & GP-5400
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
10140
LEVEL OF VII CPC
9
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
26060
31272
33878
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
26550
31860
34515
1
27350
32820
35555
2
28150
33780
36595
3
29000
34800
37700
4
29850
35820
38805
5
30750
36900
39975
6
31650
37980
41145
7
32600
39120
42380
8
33600
40320
43680
9
34600
41520
44980
10
35650
42780
46345
11
36700
44040
47710
12
37800
45360
49140
13
38950
46740
50635
14
40100
48120
52130
15
41300
49560
53690
PB & GP
PB-3 & GP-5400
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
11070
LEVEL OF VII CPC
10
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
26985
32382
35081
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
28050
33660
36465
1
28900
34680
37570
2
29750
35700
38675
3
30650
36780
39845
4
31550
37860
41015
5
32500
39000
42250
6
33500
40200
43550
7
34500
41400
44850
8
35550
42660
46215
9
36600
43920
47580
10
37700
45240
49010
11
38850
46620
50505
12
40000
48000
52000
13
41200
49440
53560
14
42450
50940
55185
15
43700
52440
56810
PB & GP
PB-3 & GP-6600
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
12600
LEVEL OF VII CPC
11
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
32382
38858
42097
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
33850
40620
44005
1
34850
41820
45305
2
35900
43080
46670
3
37000
44400
48100
4
38100
45720
49530
5
39250
47100
51025
6
40450
48540
52585
7
41650
49980
54145
8
42900
51480
55770
9
44200
53040
57460
10
45550
54660
59215
11
46900
56280
60970
12
48300
57960
62790
13
49750
59700
64675
14
51250
61500
66625
15
52800
63360
68640
PB & GP
PB-3 & GP-7600
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
14960
LEVEL OF VII CPC
12
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
38450
46140
49980
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
39400
47280
51220
1
40600
48720
52780
2
41800
50160
54340
3
43050
51660
55965
4
44350
53220
57655
5
45700
54840
59410
6
47050
56460
61165
7
48450
58140
62985
8
49900
59880
64870
9
51400
61680
66820
10
52950
63540
68835
11
54550
65460
70915
12
56200
67440
73060
13
57900
69480
75270
14
59650
71580
77545
15
61450
73740
79885
PB & GP
PB-4 & GP-8700
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
23050
LEVEL OF VII CPC
13
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
59239
71086
77010
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
59250
71100
77025
1
61050
73260
79365
2
62900
75480
81770
3
64800
77760
84240
4
66750
80100
86775
5
68750
82500
89375
6
70800
84960
92040
7
72900
87480
94770
8
75100
90120
97630
9
77350
92820
100555
10
79650
95580
103545
11
82050
98460
106665
12
84500
101400
109850
13
87050
104460
113165
14
89650
107580
116545
15
92350
110820
120055
PB & GP
PB-4 & GP-8900
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
24295
LEVEL OF VII CPC
13A
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
62438
74926
81170
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
65550
78660
85215
1
67500
81000
87750
2
69550
83460
90415
3
71650
85980
93145
4
73800
88560
95940
5
76000
91200
98800
6
78300
93960
101790
7
80650
96780
104845
8
83050
99660
107965
9
85550
102660
111215
10
88100
105720
114530
11
90750
108900
117975
12
93450
112140
121485
13
96250
115500
125125
14
99150
118980
128895
15
102100
122520
132730
PB & GP
PB-4 & GP-10000
MIN PENSION IN 6th CPC
27350
LEVEL OF VII CPC
14
New Pension in 7th CPC
AGE
up to 80
80-85
85-90
OPTION 1 REV MIN PENS with 2.57 Multiple
70290
84347
91376
OPTION 2 - REVISED PENSION WITH INCREMENTS @ 3% PA FOR NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED WHILE IN SERVICE NUMBER OF INCREMENTS EARNED IN THAT LEVEL WHILE IN SERVICE 0
72100
86520
93730
1
74250
89100
96525
2
76500
91800
99450
3
78800
94560
102440
4
81150
97380
105495
5
83600
100320
108680
6
86100
103320
111930
7
88700
106440
115310
8
91350
109620
118755
9
94100
112920
122330
10
96900
116280
125970
11
99800
119760
129740
12
102800
123360
133640
13
105900
127080
137670
14
109100
130920
141830
15


NOTE: Based on the recommendations of 7th CPC vide Para 10.1.67 of its Report, an ALL-IN ONE table for pension has been prepared from where the likely pension can be determined easily.

· The table covers all the 5th CPC scales from S 4 to S 29 (except S 6) grouped in 4 PBs after 6th CPC. These have been assigned Levels 1 to 14 in the matrix table by 7th CPC.

· The table also gives pension for pensioners falling in 3 age groups i.e. upto 80 years and with additional pension @ 20% and 30% after the age of 80 and 85 respectively.

· Since the pension as per option 2 may take time, the pension as per option 1 (with a factor of 2.57) may be paid in the first instance as an interim measure.

· Pension as per option-1 is to be calculated on the basis of pension as fixed after 6th CPC. This being different for pensioners retiring from the same scale, the figures in the table under option -1 are according to the minimum revised basic pension as per DOP OM dated 30-7-2015. The Pension is to be finally fixed at the higher of the two Options.

· In some levels like levels 6, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, there is no common min revised pension as per 6th CPC (differing with each scale though GP is same). The table can accommodate only one figure. Therefore, in such cases lowest of the figure has been taken as representative of the respective level.

Compiled by  N.P . MOHAN C.E (Retd.) Railways & President RSCWS

Source: http://scm-bps.blogspot.in/2015/12/revised-pension-of-pre-2016-pensioners_6.html

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  1. Flawless work by the author.

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    1. good effort,pl.let me havethe last table with mimimum pension as 23750
      thanks

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  2. The option provided for refixation of pension based on the no. of increments earned in the retiring level needs some clarification.What is the meaning of the no. of increments in the retiring level? In a case where the pensioner has got promoted to the retiring level and his basic pay is higher than the minimum pay in the retiring level to the extent of few say 4 or 5 increments,(i.e., at a higher index within the retiring level) and he retires after getting some 2 or 3 increments in the retiring level, how the total no of increments in the retiring level is arrived t for the purpose fo re-fixation of pension needs to be clarified. Or the actual no of increments earned in the retiring level alone, is to be taken into account for the re-fixation of pension.

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    1. The Number of STAGES from the Minimum Pay (Starting Pay) of the Retiring Pay
      Scale UP TO the LAST PAY DRAWN DETERMINES the Number of Increments Earned for the Purpose of Calculation of NOTIONAL PAY and NOT the ACTUAL INCREMENTS DRAWN in the Retiring Pay Scale. This method gives Maximum Benefit to the Pensioners in respect of Fixation of Revised Pension as per Formulation 1 in Para 10.1.67,Sub para(i) of 7th CPC Report

      With Regards,
      JK RAGHUNATHAN

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  3. Another issue needs to be clarified in regard to re-fixation of pension based on option !is the confusion arising out of the refixation of pay consequent upon the implementation of the recommendations of the VCPC, where some increments earned in the retiring grade, have been lost in the process of re-fixation in the VCPC scales, thereby causing the no. of increments earned in the retiring level appearing to be far less than the actually earned ones, thereby reducing the index no. in the matrix.

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    1. Interpretation Of JK RAGHUNATHAN is correct What Mr. Ramana thinks about the no of increments from one p c to another PC For the same pay scale is genuine as the pay scales of 4 CPC and 5 CPC as the rate of increment is differant the no of increments earned also varies for equal pay and pay scale It is observed as the employee goes from one CPC to another CPC he loses some increments The older retiree gets more than the new retiree .
      This can be observed practically by taking an example give by & 7 CPC of a retiree retired in 4 cpc drawing Rs 4000 If he had retired in 5 cpc regime he would have got less pension as the number of increments he had earned would be less than 4 CPC

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    2. As the case cited above is a genuine one, whether it would be possible for the implementing authorities to do justice by taking into account the total no. of increments earned in the retiring grade by taking the total no. of increments earned both in the 4th and 5 th CPC regimes for purpose of determining the new pension under option 1 of the 7CPC.

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  4. Sri.JKR has to see this case where two employees in the scale 3000-4500, when both are at 4375, one retires before VCPC,and the other continues and retires at 12925/- of the VCPC. As per the fixation process envisaged in the 7CPC, the first one who retired at 4375, gets much higher pension than the person retiring later at 12925- and this appears to be an anomaly, and at this stage, no clarity is available and it would have been better had the 7CPC given some examples which are little complicated like this.

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  5. I retired as a Scientist in the pay scale 37400 - 67000 with a Grade pay of 8900. My present BP is 27200. I know my future pension would be Rs 69904. I would like to know if there is a commutation for this increase. If so how to calculate.

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    1. As per my understanding; Only existing amount of commutation will be deducted from likely future pension.
      If existing commutation amount is say Rs. 10880 (40% of BP 27200 ) then likely future pension will be Rs. 69904 - 10880 = 59024. MCN

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    2. It is unbecoming of an officer retired at such a high salary and pension to talk about commutation of revised pension on account subsequent pay commission award.Commutation is done only once at the retirement and it will not be applicable if you delay your option at the time of retirement !!!

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  6. Dear Mr. Balakrishnan, first you do not confuse others and your self by writing BP in place of basic pension. BP indicate generally basic pay. There is no provision for pension commutation while on implementing pay commission.

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    1. Scientists explore too much towards their benefits not in their areas of interest.Hence the scientist expect revised commutation after his retirement.

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  7. May i know what about a person who retired TWICE in 1965 & then in 1979 with combination of services just to get minimum 4920 wef JAN,2006 where as his counter part getting 5585 where as his 2nd post was higher than 1st one , in last CPC it became reversed and hence less pension
    By this he may get even more lesser JAY HIND both pensions under MOD ,CGDA

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  8. I was allowed ACP in the pre revised grade of 7500-19400 from 1999. Thereafter promoted in this grade in march, 2003. Later with implementation of 6th cpc and on completion of four years service the grade pay was revied to 5400 with PB2 grade 9300-34800 from march, 2007. Now in the said post I earned 15 increments upto my retirement in july,2013. Now on fixation of my pension whether my 15 increments will be considered or 7 increments which I earned after upgradation to GP of 5400.
    Vijay Kumar

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  9. The table is with reference to the minimum basic pension of VI CPC and the figures relate to the number of increments earned in that level. Suppose there is a person with a higher basic level with say N increments, then the pension under VII CPC should be
    basic pension x 2.57 x 1.03 n times where N is the number increments. But here in spite of higher basic pension, the retiree with N increments will get what a person of 12600 with N increments will get. is this not a grand anomaly. Is this not visible to the VII CPC. The idea of government is to buy time by teasing the retirees.

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  10. my special family pension after o.r.o.p is 15479 i dont know about my basic pension
    i request you that what is my current pension after VIIth pay commision and
    what is my arrier

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  11. my special famaly pension after o.r.o.p is 15479 i dont know about basic pension what is my pension after VIIth pay commision and what is the arrier

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  12. When option one and option two is crystal clear for the 7th pay commission for the fixation of pension, why Govt. is not fixing it in one step? The higher side of the calculation should be directly implemented.It will save the time.

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  13. Let the author to publish the methodology for calculate the pension option-3 as suggested
    by the pension dept recently is highly appreciable.

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  14. This is a very good work done for pensioners knowledge. Buy Why for civilian pensioners revised pension tables of various grades are prepared up to 15 increments only? I think these tables should be prepared for more number of increments. Initially they were prepared by experts for more than 15 increments.Those who earned more than 15 increments on last post retired for them these tables if prepared, will be very useful. I retired with 21 increments on my last post.Thank you

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  15. S Ramamurthy Retd as defence civilian pensioner
    I retired from Ordnance Factories. Min of Defence on 31.10.1992 as Deputy General Manager from Cordite Factory Aruvankadu.At the time of retirement I was drawing my basicpay as 4950 in the PayScale of 4500-5700 with 3 increments to my credit.Asper chapter 10.1 of 7th CPC my basic pension comes to Rs 64800 as on 1.1.2016 following option 2.applying 3 increments while in service .But my parent Factory where from I retired have fixed my basic pension as on 1.1.2016 atRs 61550 stating option 2 as envisaged has not the approval of Govt.of India.
    All my efforts to get this amendment has not borne any fruit even when I put my grievances through PGPORTAL AND POMOPGPORTAL.
    Can anybody throw any light on the applicability of option 2 of 7th CPC which provides weightageto those who earned increments in the scale while in service.The purpose of publishing notifications concerning chapter 10.1 of 7th CPC and connected concordant table is not quite clear when Govt.of India have not accepted this provision recommend by 7th CPC.

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