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Monday, October 19, 2009

BalGanesh-2 handiwork of a Himachali

Do you know the man behind successful animation films Bal Hanuman and Bal Ganesh? He is Pankaj Sharma, a Himachali by birth and soul. Pankaj Sharma belongs to Dehra in Kangra distt. Pankaj started his career in film industry from a TV serial named "Hukam Mere Aka". It is his dedication and hard work that he now owns a animation company called Astute Media vision.

Pankaj's company Astute media vision is ready with their new 3D animation film "Bal Ganesh-2" which will be released on 23rd october. Pankaj has also completed one more animation movie for childeren "Panga Gang" which will be released by year end. Pankaj is certainly among Prominent Personalities Of Himachal who has made Himachal feel proud.


“I will keep entertaining the children…” - Pankaj Sharma(Director)

Shemaroo Entertainment’ & Astute Media Vision produced 3D animation film “Bal Ganesh 2” is ready for October end release. It is sequel of highly popular animation film Bal Ganesh. The film has been directed by Pankaj Sharma.

Experts:
Tell us about ‘Bal Ganesh 2’ What you have got new in the sequel?

The success of Bal Ganesh stirred Smita Maroo and me to do this. Like 1st Part it is also a 3 D film. People liked story of Ganesh being alive on the screen. This part has many stories of Ganesh. It has songs by Sukhvinder and Sudesh Bhosle. Despite being a animation film, I am sure adults will also like it. It has universal appeal.

How long and on what budget it was made?
Animation work is very cumbersome one. It took a team of 35-40 people 14-15 months to complete. It’s a big budget film. Shemaroo Entertainment Company has spent lavishly to make it a world class product. Exact amount, you can get it from Smita Maroo, the procucer and vice President of Shemaroo.

You have a production company of your own and you are also a writer-director. Then, why with Shemaroo, not alone?
It is always better to concentrate on one thing at a time. Shemaroo is repute company with a good production record. It has all the latest post production equipments. It has the best team. The know how to make a good product and market them properly. It was always easy interacting with them so I really never felt that I was doing the film for some another production house.

What happened to your 3D film Pangaa Gang? It has been long since we heard about it.
It became the victim of fight between Multiplex owner and producers. Due to strike, Pangaa Gang was not released on time and in the mean while Bal Ganesh reached its final stage of making. Both films are ready, as the Bal Ganesh has wider appeal, we release it first and Pangaa Gang will soon follow it.

What is your plan for future?
Keep entertaining the children. I will try to make at least two films every year for them. I working on a film like Harry Potter series,in which live cum Animation.


Monday, October 12, 2009

Himachal Pensioners get new pay scales

The much awaited implementation of 5th Pay commission for pensioners has been announced by Himachal Pradesh Govt. and Pension of November, 2009 will be as per new pay scales.

Here are details of H.P. Cabinet decision:

Himachal Pradesh Cabinet in its meeting held here today approved pensionary benefits to all its pensioners/family pensioners employees with effect from 1st January, 2006, on the analogy of the revised Pension Rules of the Government of India. Revised pension will be payable from October, 2009 to be paid from November, 2009. The decision would benefit 97,300 pensioners and 15,200 family pensioners in the State who will be getting additional annual financial benefits to the tune of Rs. 340 crore while Rs. 1,100 crore shall be spent on their pension arrears. It also decided to release two DA installments due to the pensioners at the rate of 6 percent from January, 2009 and 5 percent from July, 2009, in cash, and deliver them additional financial benefits worth Rs. 120 crore per annum on this account. Thereby the pensioners in the State would be getting financial benefits worth Rs,560 crore.


More details at Himachal Govt. Official website.

Visit ekosh portal for Pay fixation and arrear calculator.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

11th Raid de Himalaya from 5th Oct

The 11th Maruti Suzuki Raid de Himalaya 2009 is once again oversubscribed. Flagging off from Shimla the rally will run the Western Himalaya from Lahaul to Ladakh, Kargil, Zanskar to finally end at Srinagar. The rally will start on 5th October and conclude on the 13th October, 2009. A high level meeting was held here today to finalize the arrangements under the Chairmanship of Principal Secretary Youth Services and Sports Shri V.C. Pharkha.

Shri V.C. Pharkha said that each department connected with the arrangements relating to safe rally should make full arrangements to make it a success.

Over 130 teams are likely to take part in the world's highest mountain rally . The Indian army is back in force along with Team Thunderbolt and the newly assembled Team W+K. Apart from the usual team wars there are also the private entries which form the backbone of the Raid. Ranging from all the four corners of the country from Arunachal to Cochin the event draws the best from all parts of India.

This year will see the use of Geoterrestrial GPRS tracking on the Raid to keep an eye on the cars. Hopefully this would lead to a faster emergency response in the event of a mishap. There are over 6 all ladies teams including two teams having 'less abled' participants. Their courage to take on the Himalayas is admirable and will be on test every day of the rally.

The governments of both Himachal Pradesh and J&K are supporting this tourism initiatives besides sponsorship by Maruti Suzuki.

http://himachalpr.gov.in/pressreleaseEng.asp?id=3881

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Himachal fifth pay commission recommendations and pay calculator

Himachal Govt. has implemented 5th Path commission report and all employees and pensioners of Himachal will get salary of September or may be October as per revised pay scales.


GOVERNMENT OF HIMACHAL PRADESH DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE (PAY REVISION SECTION) N O T I F I C A T I O N Dated Shimla-171002, the 26th August, 2009 No. Fin-(PR)B(7)-1/2009 In exercise of the powers conferred under proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India and proviso to sub-rule (1) of rule 10 of the Vidhan Sabha (Recruitment and Conditions of Service Rules, 1974, as amended from time to time), the Governor, Himachal Pradesh, is pleased to make the following rules, namely:1. Short title and commencement. - (1) These rules may be called the Himachal Pradesh Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2009. (2) 2. They shall be deemed to have come into force on and with effect from the first day of January, 2006. (1) Save as otherwise expressly provided by or under these rules, they shall apply to all the persons appointed to the services and posts in connection with the affairs of the State of Himachal Pradesh. Application. - (2) They shall not apply to the: (a) (b) (c) (d) Members of the All India Services serving in connection with the affairs of the State of Himachal Pradesh; Persons not in the whole-time employment of the Government of Himachal Pradesh; Persons paid out of contingencies; Employees whose scales of pay have been determined on the recommendations of the University Grants Commission; Work-charged employees; Persons employed on contract basis; and Persons specifically excluded wholly or in part from the operation of these rules. (e) (f) (g) 3. Definitions: - In these rules, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context ; (a) “existing basic pay” or “pre-revised basic pay” means the pay drawn in the prescribed existing/pre-revised scale of pay including ex-gratia annual increment(s), but does not include 2 any other type of pay like ‘special pay’ or “Personal Pay” etc; (b) “existing scale” or “pre-revised scale” in relation to a Government employee means the scale in respect of a post held or higher scale granted under the Assured Career Progression Scheme to him, as the case may be, or personal scale allowed to him on the first day of January, 2006, whether in a substantive or officiating capacity; Explanation.- In the case of a Government employee, who was on the first day of January, 2006, on deputation out of India or on leave or on foreign service, or who would have on that date officiated in one or more lower posts, but for his officiating in a higher post, “existing scale” shall include the scale applicable to the post which he would have held, but for his being on deputation out of India or on leave or on foreign service, as the case may be, but for his officiating in a higher post; (c) “Existing emoluments” means the sum of ; (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Basic pay in the existing scale as on the first day of January, 2006 or on the date of option under rule 6; Dearness pay appropriate to the existing basic pay; Interim relief granted from time to time; The appropriate Dearness allowance; (d) “Fitment Table” means the relevant fitment table attached to these rules showing revised pay structure corresponding to a particular pre-revised pay scale; (e) “Government” means the Government of Himachal Pradesh; (f) “Pay in the pay band” means the pay drawn in the running pay bands specified in column 6 of the Schedule; (g) “Grade pay” means the fixed amount corresponding to the prerevised pay scales specified in column 7 of the Schedule; (h) “Revised pay structure” in relation to any post or pre-revised scale specified in column 3 of the Schedule, means the pay band and grade pay, as specified against that post or pre-revised pay scale in columns 6 and 7 thereof, unless a different revised pay band and grade pay or pay scale is notified separately for the post; (i) “Basic pay” in the revised pay structure means the pay drawn in the specified pay band plus the applicable grade pay, but does not include any other type of pay like special pay etc.; “Revised emoluments” means the pay in the pay band plus the (j) 3 grade pay of a Government employee in the revised pay structure and includes dearness allowance; and (k) “Schedule” means a Schedule, appended to these rules providing for a General Conversion Table for revised pay structure and grouping applicable in relation to the corresponding unrevised pay scale of the employees. 4. Revised Pay Structure/Scale of pay of posts. - The corresponding revised pay structure which is a sum of pay in the pay band and grade pay as applicable, to every post or pre-revised scale, specified in the Schedule, shall be, as shown therein against each post or pre-revised scale thereof. Drawal of pay in the revised pay structure. Save as otherwise provided in these rules, a Government employee shall draw pay in the revised pay structure applicable to the post to which he is appointed: Provided that a Government employee may opt to continue to draw pay in the existing scale, until the date on which he earns his next increment in the existing scale. Provided further that in cases where a Government employee has been placed in higher pay scale between 1.1.2006 and the date of notification of these Rules on account of promotion, upgradation of pay scale under the Assured Career Progression Scheme or otherwise, the Government employee may elect to switch over to the revised pay structure from the date of such promotion, upgradation etc. Provided further that in case where a Government employee has been placed in higher pay scale under the un-revised pay scales between 1.1.2006 and the date of notification of these rules on account of promotion or progression under the Assured Career Progression Scheme, the pay of the government employee on the date of grant of such higher scale shall be regulated in such a manner that his corresponding revised pay in the revised pay structure is not lower than that shown in the Fitment Table, applicable to such pre-revised higher scale. Explanation 1 - The option to retain the existing scale under the first and second provisos to this rule shall be admissible only in respect of one existing scale. Explanation 2 - The aforesaid option shall not be admissible to a person, appointed to a post on or after the first day of January, 2006, whether for the first time in Government service or by transfer from another post and he shall be allowed pay only in the revised pay structure. 6. Exercise of option - (1) The option under the provisos to rule 5, shall be exercised in writing in the form appended to these rules so as to 5. 4 reach the authority specified in sub-rule (2) within a period of three months from the date of publication of these rules or where an existing scale has been further revised by any order made subsequent to that date, within a period of three months from the date of such order, except for the employees posted in tribal and notified backward areas/hard areas, in whose case, the period for exercising option shall be six months : Provided that : (i) in the case of a Government employee, who on the date of such publication or on the date of such order, as the case may be, is out of India on leave or on deputation or on foreign service or on active service, the option shall be exercised in writing so as to reach the said authority within a period of three months from the date of his taking the charge of his post under the State Government; and where a Government employee is under suspension on the first day of January, 2006, the option may be exercised within a period of three months from the date of his return to his duty. (ii) (2) The option shall be intimated by the Government employee to the Head of his Office. (3) If the intimation regarding option is not received within the period as specified in sub-rule (1), the Government employee shall be deemed to have elected to be governed by the revised pay structure with effect from the first day of January, 2006. (4) The option once exercised shall be final. Note 1. Persons, whose services were terminated on or after the first day of January, 2006 and who could not exercise their option within the specified period, on account of discharge on the expiry of the sanctioned posts, resignation, dismissal or discharge or disciplinary grounds, are entitled to the benefits admissible of this rule. Persons, who have died on or after the first day of January, 2006 and could not exercise their option within the specified period shall be deemed to have opted for the revised pay structure on and from the first day of January, 2006 or such later date as is most beneficial to their dependents, if the revised pay structure is more favourable and in such cases, necessary action for payment of arrears should be taken by the Head of Office. Persons, who were on earned leave or any other leave on 1.1.2006, which entitled them to leave salary, shall be allowed the benefits admissible under this rule. Fixation of pay in the revised pay structure - The pay of a Government employee, who opts or is deemed to have opted under Note 2. Note 3. 7. 5 sub-rule (3) of rule 6 to be governed by the revised pay structure in terms of the provisions of these rules, shall, unless in any case, the Government by special order otherwise directs, be fixed in the following manner, namely: (i) the basic pay in the revised pay structure will be fixed with reference to the existing basic pay in the pre-revised pay scale of the post including higher scale granted under the Assured Career Progression Scheme as on 01.01.2006 or thereafter, as the case may be, and shall be an amount equal to the sum of the ‘pay in the pay band’ and ‘grade pay’ as shown in column 4 of the Fitment Table applicable to the relevant post or pre-revised pay scale; in case of employees, who are getting ex-gratia increments on the date of option, the revised basic pay shall be determined by multiplying the existing basic pay with 1.86 rounded off to the next higher ten and adding Grade Pay as given in the applicable Fitment Table; an employee, who reaches at the maximum of the Pay Band, shall be placed in the higher pay band after one year without any change in the Grade Pay; and In the case of a Government employee, who is in receipt of Special Pay, Family Planning Allowance, Special Allowance or Non-Practising Allowance (NPA) or by whatever name it may be called, such a Government employee shall draw the said allowances at the same rate or at different rates in the revised scale. Provided that in such cases, the said allowance at the new rate shall be drawn in addition to pay in the revised pay structure from the date specified in the individual notifications relating to these allowances. (ii) (iii) (iv) Note 1. Where the increment of a Government employee falls on the first day of January, 2006 he shall have the option to draw the increment in the existing scale or in the revised Pay Band. A Government employee, who is on leave on the first day of January, 2006, and is entitled to leave salary, shall become entitled to pay in the revised pay structure from 1.1.2006 or the date of option for the revised pay structure. Note 2. Note 3. A Government employee, under suspension on the first day of January, 2006 shall continue to draw subsistence allowance based on existing scale of pay and his pay in the revised pay structure will be subject to the final order on the pending disciplinary proceedings. Note 4. Where the existing emoluments exceed the revised emoluments in the case of any Government employee, the difference shall be allowed as personal pay to be absorbed in future increases in pay. Note 5. 6 Where in the fixation of pay under this rule, a Government employee, who, in the existing scale was drawing immediately before the first day of January 2006, equal or more pay than another Government employee junior to him in the same cadre, gets his pay 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. In case where a senior Government employee promoted to a higher post before the first day of January, 2006 draws less pay in the revised pay structure than his junior, who is promoted to a higher post on or after the first day of January, 2006, the pay in the pay band of the senior Government employee will be stepped up to an amount equal to the pay in the pay band as fixed for his junior in that higher post. The stepping up will be done with effect from the date of promotion of the junior Government employee subject to the fulfillment of the following conditions, namely: both the junior and the senior Government employees should belong to the same cadre and the posts in which they have been promoted should be identical in the same cadre; the pre-revised scale of pay and the revised grade pay of the lower and higher posts in which they are entitled to draw pay should be identical; the senior Government employees at the time of promotion should have been drawing equal or more pay than the junior; and the anomaly should be directly as a result of application of the provisions of these rules or any other rule or order regulating pay fixation on such promotion in the revised pay structure. If even in the lower post, the junior officer was drawing more pay in the prerevised pay than his senior by virtue of any advance increment(s) granted to him, the provisions of this note shall not be invoked to step up the pay of the senior employee. Note 6. (a) (b) (c) (d) Note-7. The Interim Relief already allowed to the employees from time to time shall be adjusted in the Revised pay and the employees shall be entitled to draw only the additional amount on account of the difference between the Revised pay and the emoluments being drawn by the employees, on the corresponding date. In case, emoluments in the Revised Pay structure becomes lower than the emoluments being drawn on the corresponding date, due to payment of Interim Relief, the extra amount, if any, shall be adjusted against the Pay Arrears of the concerned employees. 8. Mode of payment of arrear of pay – Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, the arrear with effect from first January, 2006 to 31st August 2009 will be paid in such manner and at such time as may be decided by the Government. The revised pay under these rules shall be drawn from the first day of September, 2009. 7 NOTE: It shall be the responsibility of the concerned DDO to ensure correct fixation of pay in the revised pay structure. However, in case any discrepancy in fixation of pay is noticed resulting in overpayment, such amount shall be recovered from the concerned employee. An undertaking will be obtained from every employee, before the disbursement of arrears to the effect that any excess payment made as a result of incorrect fixation of pay in the revised pay structure or for any other reasons, will be refunded by him/her to the Government against future payments or otherwise. A specimen form of the under taking is also enclosed. 9. Rate of increment in the revised pay structure. - The rate of increment in the revised pay structure will be three per cent of the sum of the pay in the pay band and grade pay applicable, which will be rounded off to the next multiple of 10. The amount of increment will be added to the existing pay in the pay band. Date of next increment. - The next increment of a Government employee, whose pay has been fixed in the revised pay structure in accordance with rule 7, shall be granted on the date, he would have drawn his increment, had he continued in the existing scale: Provided that the next increment of a Government employee whose pay is fixed on the first day of January, 2006 at the same stage as the one, fixed for another Government employee junior to him in the same cadre and drawing pay at a lower or equal stage than his senior in the existing scale, shall be granted on the same date as admissible to his junior, if the date of increment of the junior happens to be earlier. 11. Fixation of pay on promotion. - In the case of promotion from one grade pay to another in the revised pay structure, the pay fixation will be done as follows: One increment equal to 3% of the sum of the pay in the pay band and the existing grade pay will be computed and rounded off to the next multiple of 10. This will be added to the existing pay in the pay band. The grade pay corresponding to the promotion post will thereafter be granted in addition to this pay in the pay band. In cases where promotion involves change in the pay band also, the same methodology will be followed. However, if the pay in the pay band after adding the increment is less than the minimum of the higher pay band to which promotion is taking place, pay in the pay band will be stepped to such minimum. 12. Illustration :- With a view to provide guidance in the fixation of pay under the relevant rules of these rules, illustrations 1 to 5 have been given, which are appended to these rules. 10. 9 FORM OF OPTION See rule 6(1) *(1) I_________________________________hereby opt for the revised pay structure with effect from _______________________(the date to be indicated). Signature ___________________________ Name______________________________ Date : Designation ________________________ Employee Code No. (if any) ___________ Place: Department/Office in _________________ Which employed. __________________ Final Notification 10 FORM OF UNDERTAKING (See Rule-8) I _____(Name of the officer/official)________presently posted as __(designation and place of posting)_________ hereby undertake that any excess payment that may be found to have been made as a result of incorrect fixation of pay or any excess payment detected in the light of discrepancies noticed subsequently or due to any reasons, will be refunded by me to the Government either by adjustment against future payments due to me or otherwise, failing which, the DDO concerned shall have every right to recover the said amount of overpayment in monthly installments from my monthly salary or from other pay arrears. Signature:____________________ Dated: Name:_______________________ Place: Designation:__________________ Final Notification 11 SCHEDULE {See rules 3 and 4} GENERAL CONVERSION TABLE (in Rs.) Pre-revised Sr. No. 1. 1. 2. 3. Group 2. (IV) (IV) (IV) Revised Pay Band 4. PB-1 PB-1 PB-1 Group 5. (IV) (IV) (IV) Corresponding Pay Scale 3. 2520-100-3220-1103660-120-4140 2720-100-3220-1103660-120-4260 2820-100-3220-1103660-120-4260-1404400 3120-100-3220110-3660-1204260-140-4400150-5000-1605160 3120-100-3220110-3660-1204260-140-4400150-5000-1605800-200-6200 3330-110-3660120-4260-1404400-150-5000160-5800-2006200 4020-120-4260140-4400-1505000-160-5800200-6200 4400-150-5000160-5800-200-7000 4550-150-5000160-5800-2007000-220-7220 5000-160-5800200-7000-220-8100 5480-160-5800200-7000-2208100-275-8925 5800-200-7000220-8100-275-9200 6400-200-7000220-8100-27510300-340-10640 7000-220-8100275-10300-34010980 Pay Bands 6. 4900-10680 4900-10680 4900-10680 Grade Pay 7. 1300 1400 1650 Initial Pay 8. 6200 6700 6950 4. (III) PB-2 (III) 5910-20200 1900 7810 5. (III) PB-2 (III) 5910-20200 1950 7960 6. (III) PB-2 (III) 5910-20200 2000 8240 7. (III) PB-2 (III) 5910-20200 2400 9880 8. 9. (III) (III) PB-2 PB-2 (III) (III) 5910-20200 5910-20200 2800 3000 11170 11470 10. 11. (III) (III) PB-3 PB-3 (III) (III) 10300-34800 10300-34800 3200 3600 13500 14430 12. 13. (III) (II) PB-3 PB-3 (II) (II) 10300-34800 10300-34800 3800 4200 14590 16290 14. (II) PB-3 (II) 10300-34800 4400 17420 CHECKED 12 15. (II) 7220-220-8100275-10300-34010980 7220-220-8100275-10300-34011320 7220-220-8100275-10300-34011660 7880-220-8100275-10300-34011660 7880-220-8100275-10300-34012000-375-13500 9200-275-10300340-12000-37513500-400-13900 9750-275-10300340-12000-37513500-400-14700 10025-275-10300340-12000-37513500-400-15100 12000-375-13500400-15100 12000-375-13500400-15500 12000-375-13500400-15900-45016350 13125-375-13500400-15900-45016350 13500-400-15900450-16800 14300-400-15900450-18150 14300-400-15900450-18600 14300-400-15900450-18600-50020100 16350-450-18600500-20100 18600-500-22100 PB-3 (II) 10300-34800 4600 18030 16. (II) PB-3 (II) 10300-34800 4800 18250 17. (I) PB-3 (I) 10300-34800 5000 18450 18. (I) PB-3 (I) 10300-34800 5400 20300 19. (I) PB-4 (I) 15600-39100 5400 21000 20. (I) PB-4 (I) 15600-39100 5700 22820 21. (I) PB-4 (I) 15600-39100 6000 24140 22. (I) PB-4 (I) 15600-39100 6600 25250 23. 24. 25. (I) (I) (I) PB-4 PB-4 PB-4 (I) (I) (I) 15600-39100 15600-39100 15600-39100 7400 7600 7800 31120 31320 31520 26. (I) PB-4 (I) 15600-39100 8200 32620 27. (I) PB-4 (I) 15600-39100 8400 33510 28. 29. 30. (I) (I) (I) PB-5 PB-5 PB-5 (I) (I) (I) 37400-67000 37400-67000 37400-67000 8600 8700 8800 46000 46100 46200 31. 32. (I) (I) PB-5 PB-5 (I) (I) 37400-67000 37400-67000 8900 10000 48590 54700 CHECKED 13 FITMENT TABLE 1 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 2520-4140 Basic Pay 1. Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 4900-10680 + Rs. 1300 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. Grade Pay 3. Revised Basic Pay 4. 2520 2620 2720 2820 2920 3020 3120 3220 3330 3440 3550 3660 3780 3900 4020 4140 CHECKED 4900 4900 5060 5250 5440 5620 5810 5990 6200 6400 6610 6810 7040 7260 7480 7710 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 1300 6200 6200 6360 6550 6740 6920 7110 7290 7500 7700 7910 8110 8340 8560 8780 9010 14 FITMENT TABLE 2 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 2720-4260 Basic Pay 1. 2720 2820 2920 3020 3120 3220 3330 3440 3550 3660 3780 3900 4020 4140 4260 Pay in the Pay Band 2. 5300 5300 5460 5630 5810 5990 6200 6400 6610 6810 7040 7260 7480 7710 7930 Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 4900-10680 + Rs.1400 Revised Pay Grade Pay 3. 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 1400 Revised Basic Pay 4. 6700 6700 6860 7030 7210 7390 7600 7800 8010 8210 8440 8660 8880 9110 9330 CHECKED 15 FITMENT TABLE 3 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 2820-4400 Basic Pay 1. 2820 2920 3020 3120 3220 3330 3440 3550 3660 3780 3900 4020 4140 4260 4400 CHECKED Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 4900-10680+Rs. 1650 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 5300 5440 5780 5810 5990 6200 6400 6610 6810 7040 7260 7480 7710 7930 8190 Grade Pay 3. 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 1650 Revised Basic Pay 4. 6950 7090 7430 7460 7640 7850 8050 8260 8460 8690 8910 9130 9360 9580 9840 16 FITMENT TABLE 4 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 3120-5160 Basic Pay 1. 3120 3220 3330 3440 3550 3660 3780 3900 4020 4140 4260 4400 4550 4700 4850 5000 5160 CHECKED Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 5910-20200+ Rs. 1900 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 5910 5990 6240 6400 6610 6810 7040 7260 7480 7710 7930 8190 8470 8750 9030 9300 9600 Grade Pay 3. 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 Revised Basic Pay 4. 7810 7890 8140 8300 8510 8710 8940 9160 9380 9610 9830 10090 10370 10650 10930 11200 11500 17 FITMENT TABLE 5 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 5910-20200+ Rs. 1950 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 6010 6060 6240 6400 6610 6810 7040 7260 7480 7710 7930 8190 8470 8750 9030 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10790 11160 11540 Grade Pay 3. 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 1950 Revised Basic Pay 4. 7960 8010 8190 8350 8560 8760 8990 9210 9430 9660 9880 10140 10420 10700 10980 11250 11550 11850 12150 12450 12740 13110 13490 Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 3120-6200 Basic Pay 1. 3120 3220 3330 3440 3550 3660 3780 3900 4020 4140 4260 4400 4550 4700 4850 5000 5160 5320 5480 5640 5800 6000 6200 CHECKED 18 FITMENT TABLE 6 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 3330-6200 Basic Pay 1. 3330 3440 3550 3660 3780 3900 4020 4140 4260 4400 4550 4700 4850 5000 5160 5320 5480 5640 5800 6000 6200 CHECKED Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 5910-20200+ Rs. 2000 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 6240 6400 6610 6810 7040 7260 7480 7710 7930 8190 8470 8750 9030 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10790 11160 11540 Grade Pay 3. 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Revised Basic Pay 4. 8240 8400 8610 8810 9040 9260 9480 9710 9930 10190 10470 10750 11030 11300 11600 11900 12200 12500 12790 13160 13540 19 FITMENT TABLE 7 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 4020-6200 Basic Pay 1. 4020 4140 4260 4400 4550 4700 4850 5000 5160 5320 5480 5640 5800 6000 6200 CHECKED (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 5910-20200+ Rs. 2400 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 7480 7710 7930 8190 8470 8750 9030 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10790 11160 11540 Grade Pay 3. 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 Revised Basic Pay 4. 9880 10110 10330 10590 10870 11150 11430 11700 12000 12300 12600 12900 13190 13560 13940 20 FITMENT TABLE 8 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 5910-20200 + Rs. 2800 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 8370 8470 8750 9030 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10790 11160 11540 11910 12280 12650 13020 Grade Pay 3. 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 Revised Basic Pay 4. 11170 11270 11550 11830 12100 12400 12700 13000 13300 13590 13960 14340 14710 15080 15450 15820 Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 4400-7000 Basic Pay 1. 4400 4550 4700 4850 5000 5160 5320 5480 5640 5800 6000 6200 6400 6600 6800 7000 CHECKED 21 FITMENT TABLE 9 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 4550-7220 Basic Pay 1. 4550 4700 4850 5000 5160 5320 5480 5640 5800 6000 6200 6400 6600 6800 7000 7220 Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 5910-20200 + Rs. 3000 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 8470 8750 9030 9300 9600 9900 10200 10500 10790 11160 11540 11910 12280 12650 13020 13430 Grade Pay 3. 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 Revised Basic Pay 4. 11470 11750 12030 12300 12600 12900 13200 13500 13790 14160 14540 14910 15280 15650 16020 16430 CHECKED 22 FITMENT TABLE 10 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 5000-8100 Basic Pay 1. 5000 5160 5320 5480 5640 5800 6000 6200 6400 6600 6800 7000 7220 7440 7660 7880 8100 CHECKED Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 10300-34800+ Rs. 3200 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 10300 10300 10610 10610 10930 10930 11260 11540 12200 12570 12950 13340 13740 14160 14590 15030 15490 Grade Pay 3. 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 Revised Basic Pay 4. 13500 13500 13810 13810 14130 14130 14460 14740 15400 15770 16150 16540 16940 17360 17790 18230 18690 23 FITMENT TABLE 11 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 5480-8925 Basic Pay 1. 5480 5640 5800 6000 6200 6400 6600 6800 7000 7220 7440 7660 7880 8100 8375 8650 8925 CHECKED Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 10300-34800 + Rs. 3600 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 10830 10830 10950 11160 11540 11910 12280 12650 13020 13430 13840 14250 14660 15070 15580 16090 16610 Grade Pay 3. 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 3600 Revised Basic Pay 4. 14430 14430 14550 14760 15140 15510 15880 16250 16620 17030 17440 17850 18260 18670 19180 19690 20210 24 FITMENT TABLE 12 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 5800-9200 Basic Pay 1. 5800 6000 6200 6400 6600 6800 7000 7220 7440 7660 7880 8100 8375 8650 8925 9200 CHECKED (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 10300-34800+ Rs. 3800 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 10790 11160 11540 11910 12280 12650 13020 13430 13840 14250 14660 15070 15580 16090 16610 17120 Grade Pay 3. 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 3800 Revised Basic Pay 4. 14590 14960 15340 15710 16080 16450 16820 17230 17640 18050 18460 18870 19380 19890 20410 20920 25 FITMENT TABLE – 13 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 6400-10640 Basic Pay 1. 6400 6600 6800 7000 7220 7440 7660 7880 8100 8375 8650 8925 9200 9475 9750 10025 10300 10640 CHECKED (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 10300-34800+ Rs. 4200 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 12090 12280 12650 13020 13430 13840 14250 14660 15070 15580 16090 16610 17120 17630 18140 18650 19160 19800 Grade Pay 3. 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 4200 Revised Basic Pay 4. 16290 16480 16850 17220 17630 18040 18450 18860 19270 19780 20290 20810 21320 21830 22340 22850 23360 24000 26 FITMENT TABLE – 14 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 7000-10980 Basic Pay 1. 7000 7220 7440 7660 7880 8100 8375 8650 8925 9200 9475 9750 10025 10300 10640 10980 CHECKED Pay in the Pay Band 2. 13020 13430 13840 14250 14660 15070 15580 16090 16610 17120 17630 18140 18650 19160 19800 20430 (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 10300-34800+ Rs. 4400 Revised Pay Grade Pay 3. 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 4400 Revised Basic Pay 4. 17420 17830 18240 18650 19060 19470 19980 20490 21010 21520 22030 22540 23050 23560 24200 24830 27 FITMENT TABLE – 15 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 7220-10980 Basic Pay 1. 7220 7440 7660 7880 8100 8375 8650 8925 9200 9475 9750 10025 10300 10640 10980 Pay in the Pay Band 2. 13430 13840 14250 14660 15070 15580 16090 16610 17120 17630 18140 18650 19160 19800 20430 Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 10300-34800+ Rs. 4600 Revised Pay Grade Pay 3. 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 4600 Revised Basic Pay 4. 18030 18440 18850 19260 19670 20180 20690 21210 21720 22230 22740 23250 23760 24400 25030 CHECKED 28 FITMENT TABLE – 16 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 7220-11320 Basic Pay 1. 7220 7440 7660 7880 8100 8375 8650 8925 9200 9475 9750 10025 10300 10640 10980 11320 CHECKED Pay in the Pay Band 2. 13450 13840 14250 14660 15070 15580 16090 16610 17120 17630 18140 18650 19160 19800 20430 21060 (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 10300-34800+ Rs. 4800 Revised Pay Grade Pay 3. 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 4800 Revised Basic Pay 4. 18250 18640 19050 19460 19870 20380 20890 21410 21920 22430 22940 23450 23960 24600 25230 25860 29 FITMENT TABLE – 17 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 7220-11660 Basic Pay 1. 7220 7440 7660 7880 8100 8375 8650 8925 9200 9475 9750 10025 10300 10640 10980 11320 11660 CHECKED Pay in the Pay Band 2. 13450 13840 14250 14660 15070 15580 16090 16610 17120 17630 18140 18650 19160 19800 20430 21060 21690 (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 10300-34800+ Rs. 5000 Revised Pay Grade Pay 3. 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 Revised Basic Pay 4. 18450 18840 19250 19660 20070 20580 21090 21610 22120 22630 23140 23650 24160 24800 25430 26060 26690 30 FITMENT TABLE – 18 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale Rs. 7880-11660 Basic Pay Pay in the Pay Band 1. 7880 8100 8375 8650 8925 9200 9475 9750 10025 10300 10640 10980 11320 11660 CHECKED 2. 14900 15070 15580 16090 16610 17120 17630 18140 18650 19160 19800 20430 21060 21690 3. 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 10300-34800+ Rs. 5400 Revised Pay Grade Pay Revised Basic Pay 4. 20300 20470 20980 21490 22010 22520 23030 23540 24050 24560 25200 25830 26460 27090 31 FITMENT TABLE – 19 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 15600-39100 + Rs. 5400 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 15600 15600 15800 16090 16610 17120 17630 18140 18650 19160 19800 20430 21060 21690 22320 23020 23720 24420 25110 Grade Pay 3. 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 5400 Revised Basic Pay 4. 21000 21000 21200 21490 22010 22520 23030 23540 24050 24560 25200 25830 26460 27090 27720 28420 29120 29820 30510 Rs. 7880-13500 Basic Pay 1. 7880 8100 8375 8650 8925 9200 9475 9750 10025 10300 10640 10980 11320 11660 12000 12375 12750 13125 13500 CHECKED 32 FITMENT TABLE – 20 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 15600-39100 + Rs. 5700 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 17120 17630 18140 18650 19160 19800 20430 21060 21690 22320 23020 23720 24420 25110 25860 Grade Pay 3. 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 5700 Revised Basic Pay 4. 22820 23330 23840 24350 24860 25500 26130 26760 27390 28020 28720 29420 30120 30810 31560 Rs. 9200-13900 Basic Pay 1. 9200 9475 9750 10025 10300 10640 10980 11320 11660 12000 12375 12750 13125 13500 13900 CHECKED 33 FITMENT TABLE – 21 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 15600-39100 + Rs. 6000 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 18140 18650 19160 19800 20430 21060 21690 22320 23020 23720 24420 25110 25860 26600 27350 Grade Pay 3. 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 Revised Basic Pay 4. 24140 24650 25160 25800 26430 27060 27690 28320 29020 29720 30420 31110 31860 32600 33350 Rs. 9750-14700 Basic Pay 1. 9750 10025 10300 10640 10980 11320 11660 12000 12375 12750 13125 13500 13900 14300 14700 CHECKED 34 FITMENT TABLE – 22 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 15600-39100 + Rs. 6600 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 18650 19160 19800 20430 21060 21690 22320 23020 23720 24420 25110 25860 26600 27350 28090 Grade Pay 3. 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 6600 Revised Basic Pay 4. 25250 25760 26400 27030 27660 28290 28920 29620 30320 31020 31710 32460 33200 33950 34690 Rs. 10025-15100 Basic Pay 1. 10025 10300 10640 10980 11320 11660 12000 12375 12750 13125 13500 13900 14300 14700 15100 CHECKED 35 FITMENT TABLE – 23 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 15600-39100 + Rs. 7400 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 23720 23720 24200 24420 25110 25860 26600 27350 28090 Grade Pay 3. 7400 7400 7400 7400 7400 7400 7400 7400 7400 Revised Basic Pay 4. 31120 31120 31600 31820 32510 33260 34000 34750 35490 Rs. 12000-15100 Basic Pay 1. 12000 12375 12750 13125 13500 13900 14300 14700 15100 CHECKED 36 FITMENT TABLE – 24 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 15600-39100 + Rs. 7600 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 23720 23720 24200 24420 25110 25860 26600 27350 28090 28830 Grade Pay 3. 7600 7600 7600 7600 7600 7600 7600 7600 7600 7600 Revised Basic Pay 4. 31320 31320 31800 32020 32710 33460 34200 34950 35690 36430 Rs. 12000-15500 Basic Pay 1. 12000 12375 12750 13125 13500 13900 14300 14700 15100 15500 CHECKED 37 FITMENT TABLE – 25 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 15600-39100 + Rs. 7800 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 23720 23720 24200 24420 25110 25860 26600 27350 28090 28830 29580 30420 Grade Pay 3. 7800 7800 7800 7800 7800 7800 7800 7800 7800 7800 7800 7800 Revised Basic Pay 4. 31520 31520 32000 32220 32910 33660 34400 35150 35890 36630 37380 38220 Rs. 12000-16350 Basic Pay 1. 12000 12375 12750 13125 13500 13900 14300 14700 15100 15500 15900 16350 CHECKED 38 FITMENT TABLE – 26 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 15600-39100 + Rs. 8200 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 24420 25110 25860 26600 27350 28090 28830 29580 30420 Grade Pay 3. 8200 8200 8200 8200 8200 8200 8200 8200 8200 Revised Basic Pay 4. 32620 33310 34060 34800 35550 36290 37030 37780 38620 Rs. 13125-16350 Basic Pay 1. 13125 13500 13900 14300 14700 15100 15500 15900 16350 CHECKED 39 FITMENT TABLE – 27 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 15600-39100 + Rs. 8400 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 25110 25860 26600 27350 28090 28830 29580 30420 31250 Grade Pay 3. 8400 8400 8400 8400 8400 8400 8400 8400 8400 Revised Basic Pay 4. 33510 34260 35000 35750 36490 37230 37980 38820 39650 Rs. 13500-16800 Basic Pay 1. 13500 13900 14300 14700 15100 15500 15900 16350 16800 CHECKED 40 FITMENT TABLE – 28 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 37400-67000 + Rs. 8600 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 37400 37400 38530 38530 39690 39690 40890 40890 42120 42120 Grade Pay 3. 8600 8600 8600 8600 8600 8600 8600 8600 8600 8600 Revised Basic Pay 4. 46000 46000 47130 47130 48290 48290 49490 49490 50720 50720 Rs. 14300-18150 Basic Pay 1. 14300 14700 15100 15500 15900 16350 16800 17250 17700 18150 CHECKED 41 FITMENT TABLE – 29 {See rules 3(d) and 7} Pre-revised Pay Scale (In Rs.) Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 37400-67000 + Rs. 8700 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 37400 37400 38530 38530 39690 39690 40890 40890 42120 42120 43390 Grade Pay 3. 8700 8700 8700 8700 8700 8700 8700 8700 8700 8700 8700 Revised Basic Pay 4. 46100 46100 47230 47230 48390 48390 49590 49590 50820 50820 52090 Rs. 14300-18600 Basic Pay 1. 14300 14700 15100 15500 15900 16350 16800 17250 17700 18150 18600 CHECKED 42 FITMENT TABLE-30 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 37400-67000 + Rs. 8800 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 37400 37400 38530 38530 39690 39690 40890 40890 42120 42120 43390 43390 44700 44700 Grade Pay 3. 8800 8800 8800 8800 8800 8800 8800 8800 8800 8800 8800 8800 8800 8800 Revised Basic Pay 4. 46200 46200 47330 47330 48490 48490 49690 49690 50920 50920 52190 52190 53500 53500 Rs. 14300-20100 Basic Pay 1. 14300 14700 15100 15500 15900 16350 16800 17250 17700 18150 18600 19100 19600 20100 CHECKED 43 FITMENT TABLE – 31 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 37400-67000 + Rs. 8900 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 39690 40890 40890 42120 42120 43390 43390 44700 44700 Grade Pay 3. 8900 8900 8900 8900 8900 8900 8900 8900 8900 Revised Basic Pay 4. 48590 49790 49790 51020 51020 52290 52290 53600 53600 Rs. 16350-20100 Basic Pay 1. 16350 16800 17250 17700 18150 18600 19100 19600 20100 CHECKED 44 FITMENT TABLE – 32 {See rules 3(d) and 7} (In Rs.) Pre-revised Pay Scale Revised Pay Structure Revised Pay Scale + Grade Pay Rs. 37400-67000 + Rs. 10000 Revised Pay Pay in the Pay Band 2. 44700 46050 46050 47440 47440 48870 48870 50340 Grade Pay 3. 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 Revised Basic Pay 4. 54700 56050 56050 57440 57440 58870 58870 60340 Rs. 18600-22100 Basic Pay 1. 18600 19100 19600 20100 20600 21100 21600 22100 CHECKED 45 ILLUSTRATIONS Illustrations No 1 (See rule 7(i)) Fixation of initial pay in the revised pay structure Pre-revised Pay Scale 2520-100-3220-110-3660-1204140 Pay Band applicable Existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 Fitment Table applicable Pay in the Pay Band PB-1 as per Fitment Table 1 Grade pay as per Fitment Table-1 Revised Basic Pay--total of pay in the pay band and grade pay. PB-1 Rs. 4900-10680 Rs. 3550 Fitment Table-1 6610 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1300 7910 Illustrations No 2 (See rule 7(ii)) Fixation of initial pay in the revised pay structure when basic pay in the pre-revised scale is more than the maximum pay of the scale. 1. Pre-revised Pay Scale 7220-220-8100-275-10300340-11660 PB-3 Rs. 10300-34800 Rs. 12000 22320 2. 3. 4. Pay Band applicable Existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 Pay in the Pay Band PB-3 after multiplication by a factor of 1.86 Grade pay as per Fitment Table-17 Revised Basic Pay-total of pay in the pay band and grade pay. 5. 6. Rs. 5000 Rs. 27320 CHECKED 46 1. Illustrations No 3 (See rule (10) Fixation of initial pay on grant of increment in the revised pay structure Pre-revised Scale 6400-200-7000-220-8100275-10300-340-10640 Pay Band Applicable Existing Basic Pay as on 1.1.2006 Applicable Fitment Table Pay in the Pay Band PB-3 as per Fitment Table-13 Grade Pay Revised Basic Pay--total of pay in the pay band and grade pay Date of next increment: Rate of increment Amount of increment: PB-3 Rs. 10300-34800 Rs. 7000 Fitment Table 13 Rs. 13020 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Rs. 4200 Rs. 17220 8. 9. 10. 1.1.2007 3% of 7 above Rs. 516.60 rounded off to Rs.520 Rs. 13020+520=13540 Rs . 4200 pay in Rs. 17740 11. 12. 13. Pay in the Pay Band after increment. Grade Pay applicable Revised Basic Pay—total of the band and grade pay. ILLUSTRATION NO. 4 [See rule 11] Fixation of initial pay on promotion in the revised pay structure 1. 2. 3. Pay in Pay Band PB-3 Grade Pay in the present post Basic Pay in the PB-3 Rs. 10300-34800 Rs.19800 Rs. 4200 Rs. 24000 (Total of 1 and 2 above.) 3% of 3 above. 4. Rate of increment on promotion to the next Grade Pay Amount of increment on promotion to the next Grade Pay Pay in the Pay Band PB-3 Grade Pay on promotion Basic Pay on promotion. 5. Rs. 720 6. 7. CHECKED 8. Rs. 19800+Rs.720=Rs. 20520 Rs. 4400 Rs. 20520+ Rs.4400= Rs. 24920 47 ILLUSTRATION NO. 5 (See rule 3(b) read with rule 7) Fixation of initial pay in the revised pay structure when higher scale granted on account of ACP(s) 1. 2. 3. Post held: Pre-revised Scale: 5800-9200 Higher scale granted on account of ACP on or before 1.1.2006 Pay Band applicable Existing basic pay as on 1.1.2006 Fitment Table applicable Pay in the Pay Band PB-3 as per Fitment table 13 Grade pay as per Fitment Table-13 Revised Basic Pay--total of pay in the pay band and grade pay. 6400-10640 Senior Assistant 4. 5. 6. 7. PB-3 Rs. 10300-34800 Rs.10300/Fitment Table-13 19160 8. 9. 4200 23360 CHECKED ****** These orders are also available on the website: www.himachal.gov.in/finance/payRevision.htm No. Fin-(PR)B(7)-1/2009 Dated Shimla-171002, the Copy forwarded for information and necessary action:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. The Accountant General, Himachal Pradesh, Shimla-171003 with 20 spare copies The Senior Deputy Accountant General (A&E), Himachal Pradesh, Shimla-3 with 20 spare copies. The Resident Commissioner, H.P. Himachal Bhawan, Sikandra Road, New Delhi. All Secretaries to the Government of Himachal Pradesh. All Heads of Departments in Himachal Pradesh. The Controller, Printing & Stationary Department, Ghora Chowki, Shimla-5 for publication in the Rajpatra. The Secretary. H.P Electricity Regulatory Commission, Khalini, Shimla. All Deputy Commissioners in Himachal Pradesh. All Superintendents of Police in H.P. The Registrar, High Court, H.P. Shimla. The Secretary, H.P. Vidhan Sabha, Shimla-171004. The Secretary, H.P. Public Service Commission, Nigam Vihar, Shimla-2. The Secretary, H.P. Subordinate Services Selection Board, Hamirpur. All District Treasury Officers/ Treasury Officers in H.P. The Resident Commissioner, Pangi, Chamba, Himachal Pradesh. 26th August, 2009


Here is the link to 5th pay commission report. Govt. of Himachal Pradesh has also created pay calculator and you can use that you calculate your arrears and revised pay.

Click on links below to calculate your pay as per fifth pay commission recommendations:

Arrear Calculation and Fixation without NPA


Arrear Calculation and Fixation With NPA

Update: The much awaited implementation of 5th Pay commission for pensioners has been announced by Himachal Pradesh Govt.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Himachal day in USA

Himachal Day will be reportedly held for the first time in USA at Milpitas (California) on June 14 to celebrate the culture of Himachal Pradesh state of India.Complete with Himachali dances, culinary delicacies, music, folk fashions, displa ys, etc., at Milpitas India Community Center (ICC); it will bring few hundred Himachalis and friends of Himachal together. ICC has dedicated June as “Himachal Month” and is holding displays of Himachali crafts, paintings, pictures, etc., showcasing its rich cultural heritage.

Two prominent persons with links to Himachal Pradesh will be honored on the occasion—Dalip Singh Rana and Rajan Zed—who will be presented with plaque and shawl each. World Heavyweight Championship winner Rana (The Great Khali), with a billed height of 7’ 3”, is a professional wrestler with World Wrestling Entertainment, a power lifter, former Mr. India, and actor (Get Smart). Zed is a well-known Indo-American and Hindu statesman who has taken up Hindu, interfaith, religion, environment, Roma and other causes all over the world. He read the groundbreaking first Hindu opening prayer in United States Senate in Washington DC. He has been bestowed with “World Interfaith Leader Award”.

Coordinating committee, which is organizing this colorful event, includes community leaders Mah esh Nihalani, Asha Stokes Sharma, Colonel Vishnu Sharma, Dr.Meena Patyal, Sudha Stokes Puar, etc. Organizers plan to hold it every June.

National Workshop organized at NIT - Hamirpur

The Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities, National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur and Plasma Science Society of India (PSSI) organized a “National Workshop on Plasma Surface-Interactions and Processing (NWPSIP- 09)” at National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur (H.P.) during May 25-27, 2009.

Applications of industrial plasma processing and modification of materials are growing considerably in recent years. The innovative applications in new areas are generating interest in the society at large and impacting industries in various working domains. It is therefore, necessary to make young scientific and technological human resource aware about the current
emerging situation in plasma processing and inspire them to contribute to the R & D and new product development in the field of plasma-surface interactions and processing.

The ‘National Workshop on Plasma-Surface Interactions and Processing’, provided an opportunity to the young scientists, engineers and research scholars to interact with experts in the field to gain knowledge and to exploit the ‘plasma’ as a tool to develop, improve and expand plasma based applications.

India’s participation in International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) programme has generated new opportunities and challenges in the field of materials R & D. Understanding Plasma – Materials interaction and plasma processing is going to play a crucial role in this programme. Couple of invited talks in this area were also present. The workshop also covered topics like Basics of Industrial Plasma, Plasma Systems and Techniques for Plasma Processing, Industrial Applications of Plasma Processing in the areas of Engineering, Textiles, Electronics,
Nano-Materials, Biomaterials, Environment, Space, Automotive, Nuclear etc. and Plasma-Materials Interactions for Fusion Applications.

Plasma Science Society of India (PSSI), one of the organizers of this workshop, has been established in 1978 with the objective to promote and popularize plasma science in India. This objective can be achieved by Arranging lectures/ conferences/workshops on various aspects of plasma science & technology. In consonance with this objective, PSSI organized NWPSIP-09 in association with NIT, Hamirpur at Hamirpur (HP). During this workshop eminent scientists and distinguished academicians like Dr. A K Das from Bhaba Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai; Dr. S Mukherjee, FCIPT, Institute for Plasma Research - Gandhinagar (Gujrat); Prof. A K Ganguly, Indian Institute of Technology – Delhi; Dr. Indrani Banerjee, Birla Institute of Technology – Mesra (Ranchi), Mr. Vishal Jain, Dr. Balasubramanian, Dr. J Govindarajan, Dr. Suryakant B. Gupta, Dr. P. M. Raole, Mr. C. Jariwala, Dr. Sameer S. KhirwadKar, Shri.
P.K. Atrey , Dr. Ravi Kumar A.V., Shri. A. Satya Prasad, Dr. G. Ravi, all from Insitute for Plasma Research – Gandhinagar (Gujrat ) visited the Institute to deliver expert talks on the topics like: Emerging Trends in Thermal Plasma Devices and Technology, Low Pressure Plasma Processing
Systems and Applications, Thin Film Deposition Using Reactive Magnetron Sputtering, Basic Discharge Mechanisms in Plasma Sources for Plasma Processing, Disposal of Waste and Energy Recovery using Environment Friendly Plasma Pyrolysis Technology, Plasma Process for Nanomaterial Synthesis, Diagnostics for Plasma Processing, High Voltage Pulsed Power Sources for Plasma Processing Applications, Plasma - Materials Interaction for Fusion Applications, Hydrogenated Silicon Thin Film Processing by VHF (55 MHz) Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition for Photovoltaic applications, Divertor System of Tokamak (fusion
reactor): Materials and their Interaction with plasma.

About sixty participants from different institutes across the country attended this National Workshop. Organising Committee included Chairman: Dr. P. M. Raole, Institute for Plasma Research; Co-Chairman: Dr. Y. D. Sharma, (HOD) Applied Sc. & Hum. Deptt; Convener:Dr. Kuldeep Kumar Sharma, NIT- Hamirpur; Co-Convener: Dr. Rajesh Kumar Sharma NIT-Hamirpur. The workshop was inaugurated by senior scientist Dr. A.K.Das from Laser and Plasma Technology Division, BARC (Mumbai). The chief guest for the closing ceremony
was Prof. I. K. Bhat, Director NIT Hamirpur (H.P.).
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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Shimla summer festival 2009

This year the Shimla summer festival is being celebrated from June 2nd -6th June, hosts of performing artists , bollywood stars , singers to the likes of Himani Kapoor ,Mahalaxmi Aiyar, youth heart throb Kunal Ganja wala, NRI Panjabi singer Malkiyat Singh, Jasbir Jassi, Himachali folk singers shall imbibe the onyx of cultural throb . The event is being partnered by Corporate like ACC , AMBUJA ,NHPC, SJVN, ADANI FRESH , J.P. GROUP Vodafone , IDEA, AIRCEL ,HPTDC , Department of TOURISM ,Art Language & Culture , Doordarshan in the past has been airing LIVE telecast of prime time events at the Ridge for an Hour through Simla studios, having access to almost entire North India ,over 60 million viewers, This year the Doordarshan Jallandher with DD Panjabishall send live telecast of SUMMER FESTIVAL 2009 for THREE hours (9 PM - 12 PM ) to 135 countries besides entire India.

See details here.

Friday, May 29, 2009

Palampur made it to small screen

Palampur made it to small screen(On Sony TV) with Palampur express. Palampur well known hill station in Kangra distt. of Himachal Pradesh has been chosen as a base of the story of a girl who dreams to bring Olympic gold medal to India in Athletics. Here is the video of first episode.


Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Virbhadra Singh is also staking claim to a cabinet berth

The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) | Nation | MPs joust & jostle to make Singh’s 70: "Virbhadra Singh, the former chief minister of Himachal Pradesh who is the only party MP elected from the state, is also staking claim to a cabinet berth."

Sunday, May 17, 2009

BJP's victory in Himachal

BJP won 3 out of 4 parliamentary seats of Himachal Pradesh in recently held 2009 parliamentary elections. Virbhadra Singh got elected from Mandi seat, Anurag Thakur from Hamirpur, Varinder Kashyap from Shimla and Rajan Sushant got elected from Kangra. Ex. chief minister Virbhadra Singh won by a very low margin of 13,397 votes from his nearest rival Maheshwar Singh of BJP. Though BJP faced loss through out the country and Congress led UPA is voted to Power yet BJP's victory in Himachal clearly shows that BJP still holds good in Himachal.

Virbhadra's victory has once again spread a ray of hope among people of Himachal that Virbhadra Singh may get a cabinet ministry like Sukhram and Shanta Kumar.