3rd pay revision Pay Fixation Examples

Pay Fixation Examples

1. Appointment from a Board level post to another Board level post (like appointment from Director’s post to CMD) within the same CPSE, or a different CPSE, but within the same schedule and same pay revision

Pay Fixation Examples

1. Appointment from a Board level post to another Board level post (like appointment from Director’s post to CMD) within the same CPSE, or a different CPSE, but within the same schedule and same pay  revision:

Lower Post prior to appointmentDirector, Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Lower Pay Scale180000-340000
Basic Pay (B P) in lower scale220000/-
Higher Post after appointmentCMD, Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Higher Pay Scale of the appointed post200000-370000
Pay fixation in the higher scale on selection as CM D
One notional increment @3% of the previous B P.6600
Basic Pay to be fixed in the higher scale on 
appointment       (Basic Pay        +     one notionalincrement)
2226600 (220000 + 6600)

2. Appointment from a Board level post to a Board level post in a different CPSE in different schedule but same pay revision:

Lower Post prior to appointmentDirector in Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Lower Pay Scale180000-340000
Basic Pay in lower scale200000/-
Higher Post after appointmentCMD in Schedule ’13’ CPSE
Scale of pay in Schedule ’13’ CPSE180000-320000
Basic Pay as CMD Schedule ’13’ CPSE200000/-
No change in basic pay as the scale of pay of CMD Schedule ’13’ is lower than that of Director Schedule ‘A’.
If the basic pay, which may or may not include stagnation increment, exceeds the maximum of the scale of pay the residual amount would be payable as personal pay.
This Personal Pay (PP) would be absorbed during fixation of pay in higher scale/ pay revision. PP would not be counted for any purpose including DA.

3. Appointment from a Board level post to a Board level post in a different CPSE in different schedule but same pay revision:

Lower Post prior to appointmentCM D in Schedule ’13’ CPSE
Lower Pay Scal e180000-320000
Basic Pay in lower scale200000/-
Higher Post after appointmentCMD in Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Pay fixation in the higher scale on selection as CM D, Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Scale of pay in Schedule ’13’ CPSE180000-320000
One               notional     increment                   @3%                 of   theprevious BP.26000/-
Basic Pay to be fixed in the higher scale on appointment (Basic Pay + one notional i ncrement)200000+6000/-= 206000/-
  • Appointment from a Board level post to a Board level post in a different CPSE in different nav scales of different nav revisions but same schedule:
Lower Post prior to appointmentDirector in 2017 pay scale, Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Lower Pay Scale180000-340000
Basic Pay in lower post200000/-
Higher Post after appointmentCMD in 2007 pay scale Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Scale of pay of CM D in 2007 scale80000-125000/-
Basic Pay Plus DA200000 + DA = X
Maximum       of   the pay       scale to        whichappointed125000/-
Pay to be protected125000 + DA + PP* = X
*This Personal Pay would be absorbed during fixation of pay in higher scale/ pay revision. PP would not be counted for any purpose including DA.
  • Appointment from a Board level post to a Board level post in different CPSE in different nav scales of different nav revisions and in different schedule:
Lower Post prior to appointmentDirector in 2017 pay scale, Schedule ‘B’ CPSE
Lower Pay Scale160000-290000
Basic Pay in lower post200000/-
Higher Post after appointmentCMD in 2007 pay scale Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Scale of pay of CM D in Schedule ‘A’ CPSE in 2007 scale80000-125000
Basic Pay Plus DA200000 + DA = X
Maximum       of   the pay       scale to        whichappointed125000/-
Pay to be protected125000 + DA + PP* = X
*This Personal Pay would be absorbed during fixation of pay in higher scale/ pay revision. PP would not be counted for any purpose including DA.
  • Appointment from a below Board level post to a Board level post within the same CPSE or different CPSE but within the same schedule and same pav revision:
Lower Post prior to appointmentExecutive Di rector (E-9), Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Lower Pay Scale150000-300000
Basic Pay in lower post190000/-
Higher Post after appointmentCMD, Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Higher Scale of the appointed post200000-370000
Pay fixation in the higher scale on selection as CM D
Basic Pay in lower scale190000
PI us one notional increment @3%5700
Basic                Pay      in   the              higher       scale             onappointment        (Pay          +    one             notional 
increment)
200000 [(190000+5700=195700)<200000)]
  • Appointment from a below Board level post to a Board level post in different CPSE in different schedules but same nav revision:
Lower Post prior to appointmentGeneral Manager (E-8), Schedule-`A’ CPSE
Lower Pay Scale120000-280000
Basic Pay in lower scale170000/-
Higher Post after appointmentCMD in Schedule ‘C’ CPSE
Scale of pay in Schedule ‘C’ CPSE2160000-290000
Notional increment @3%25100
Basic Pay as CMD Schedule ‘C’ (Pay + one notional increment)175100 (170000+5100)
  • Appointment from a below Board level post to a Board level post in different CPSE in different pay scales of different pay revisions but same schedule:
Lower PostGeneral Manager (E-8), Schedule ‘B’ (2017)
Lower Scale prior to appointment120000-280000
Basic Pay in lower scale170000
Higher Post after appointmentDirector (Schedule B) (2007)
Higher Scale of the appointed post65000-75000
Pay in the higher scale on selection as Director
Basic Pay in lower scale170000
No notional increment as it is a case of dissimilar pay scales, only emoluments will be protected
Basic Pay + DA170000 + DA= X
Maxi mum of the scale to which appointed75000
Pay to be protected75000 + DA + PP* =X
*This Personal Pay would be absorbed during fixation of pay in higher scale/pay revision. PP would not be counted for any purpose including DA.
  • Appointment from a below Board level to a Board level post in different CPSE in different pay scales of different pay revisions and in different schedule:
Lower Post prior to appointmentGeneral Manager (E-8), Schedule ‘B’ CPSE (2017)
Lower Pay Scale120000-280000
Basic Pay in lower scale170000
Higher Post after appointmentDirector, Schedule ‘A’ CPSE (2007)
Higher Scale of the appointed post75000-100000
Pay in the higher scale on selection as Director
No notional increment as it is a case of dissimilar pay scales, only emoluments will be protected
Basic Pay + DA170000 + DA =X
Maxi mum of the scale to which appointed100000
Pay to be protected100000 +DA + PP* =X
* This Personal Pay would be absorbed during fixation of pay in higher scale/pay revision. PP would not be counted for any purpose including DA.
  1. Employees coming from Government, for example if a Joint Secretary is appointed as CMD of a schedule ‘B’ CPSE on permanent absorption:
Joint Secretary, Gol , level 14 (7thCPC)144200-218200
Basic Pay200000
CMD, Schedule ‘B’ (2017 pay scale)180000-320000
Pay fixation200000 + DA =XBP in CMD scale of pay +DA =X. However, Basic pay would not exceed the
maximum of the CPSE pay scale and any residual amount would be paid as PP, which would be absorbed in fixation of pay in higher scale/pay revision. This Personal Pay would be absorbed during fixation of pay in higher scale/pay revision. PP would not be counted for any purpose including DA.
  1. Pay fixation on 2017 pav revision if increment date is 01.01.2017 in E5 Pav Scale:
Basic Pay as on 31.12.201640000
Scale32900-58000
Date of increment01.01.2017
Effective date of pay revision01.01.2017
Pay Revision formula = Basic Pay in pre-revised scale(A) + DA (119.5%)(B) + fitment [15%/10%/5% of (A +B)]
Pay revised as on 01.01.2017= 40000+ 47800+ 13170(15%). 1,00,970/-
Annual Increment due on 01.01.2017 (3% of Revised Pay). 3029/-
Revised               Pay Scale:        280000-220000/-,        BP fixed in     revised             Pay Scale = 104000/-(100970+23029=2103999) (Rounded off to next 10 )
  1. Increment can be an amount less than 3% of basic pay, and stagnation increment to be drawn once in two years after reaching maximum, and maximum three stagnation increments:
Basic Pay as on 31.12.2018215000
Scale80000-220000
Date of increment01.01.2019
Next increment3% of     215000          or                 (220000-2215000),whichever is less = 5000
Basic Pay after granting increment2220000 (maximum of scale)
Next increment3% of 220000 i.e. 6600/-
Next increment date01.01.2021 (as stagnation increment)

Stagnation Increment:In case of reaching the end point of pay scale, an executive would be allowed to draw stagnation increment, one after every two years upto a maximum of three such increments provided the executives gets a performance rating of ‘Good’ or above.

  1. Pay fixation if the amount arrived at after providing a notional increment is more than the maximum of the scale:
Lower Post prior to appointmentE-8 Schedule ‘A’ CPSE
Lower Pay Scale120000-280000
Higher Post after appointmentDirector in Schedule ’13’ CPSE
Higher Pay Scale of the appointed post160000-290000
Basic Pay in the lower post288400         (after     grant              of             one stagnationi ncrement) i .e. 280000+3%                         (8400) 
Stagnation increment
Plus one notional increment @3%288400 +3% ( 8652) = 297060 (rounded off)
Pay to be fixed290000 i.e. maximum of the scale

Stagnation Increment:In case of reaching the end point of pay scale, an executive would be allowed to draw stagnation increment, one after every two years up to a maximum of three such increments provided the executives gets a performance rating of ‘Good’ or above.

  1. Benefit of bunching of pay on 2017 pay revision on pay fixation from 2007 pay scale to 2017 pay scale: The benefit of bunching, will be admissible as per Annexure I I I (A) of D PE OM dated 03.08.2017.
  2. No benefit of bunching of increment in case of CMD/MD of a CPSE from 2007 to 2017 but stepping up in specified cases: CM D/M D is a stand-alone post in a CPSE, therefore, no comparison for the purpose of benefit of bunching of increments can be made in that CPSE. However, there may be some rare cases of stepping up of pay of CM D/M D in a CPSE. To illustrate, if the Director ‘X’ of ‘Z’ CPSE who was junior to a CMD/MD of ‘Z’ CPSE, and Director ‘X’ was drawing a lower basic pay in 2007 pay scale (as on 01.01.2017) draws higher basic pay than his CM D/M D on 2017 pay revision as on 01.01.2017, (because of the reasons of getting the benefit of bunching), the pay of CMD/MD of a ‘Z’ CPSE may be stepped up to the level of that Director ‘X’ as on 01.01.2017 as under:
Pay scale of Director ‘X’ in ‘Z’ CPSE in 2007 pay scale in Schedule ‘A’ CPSE75000100000
Pay scale of CMD in ‘Z’ CPSE in 2007 pay scale in Schedule ‘A’ CPSE80000-125000
Basic pay of Director ‘X’ in 2007 pay scale as on 01.01.201798000
Basic pay of CMD in 2007 pay scale as on 01.01.2017100000
Pay of Director in 2017 pay scale fixed after allowing the benefit of bunching (as on 01.01.2017)255400
Pay of CMD in 2017 pay scale as on 01.01.2017 in normal case253380
Pay of CMD with stepped up revised pay in view of Director ‘X’ of ‘Z’ CPSE, as on 01.01.2017255400

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