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Subject: Constitution of 6th State Pay Commission — Orders reg.

Read: 1. G.O. No.FD 11 SRP 2003 dated: 21-06-2005 2. G.O. No.FD 23 SRP 2011 dated: 15-06-2011.


The Hon’ble Chief Minister in the Budget Speech 2017-18 has announced Government’s decision to constitute a Pay Commission to examine the request of the State Government Employees.

2. The State Government have taken a decision to constitute a Pay Commission to go in to the revision of pay scales of State Government Employees and to evolve a new pay structure etc.

3. Accordingly, Government are now pleased to constitute 6th State Pay Commission consisting of the following Members:-

(1) Sri M.R.Sreenivasa Murthy, IAS (Retd.) Chairman
(2) Sri Md. Sanaullah, IAS (Retd.) Member
(3) Sri R.S.Phonde, Retired Controller, State Accounts Department Member
(4) Sri M.Manjunath Naik, IAS Commissioner of Excise Secretary

4. The Terms of Reference of the Pay Commission will be as follows:-

(a) To examine the present pay structure of employees of the State Government (excluding those who are on the UGC/AICTE/ICAR/ NJPC scales of pay), Aided Educational .Institutions, Local Bodies and Non-teaching Staff of the Universities taking into account the total packet of benefits including death-cum-retirement benefits available to the employees and to recommend new pay structure which may be feasible;
(b) To examine and determine the Dearness Allowance formula adopted by the State Government and to suggest changes which may be feasible;
(c) To examine the quantum of various allowances including House Rent allowance, City. Compensatory Allowance, etc. and Leave Travel Concession and Medical Attendance facilities and to suggest changes which may be feasible;
(d) To examine the existing pattern of pension benefits and to suggest changes which may be feasible;
(e) To examine such other matters as may be entrusted/referred by the State Government.
5. In making its recommendations, the Pay Commission should keep in view the resources of the State Government and Government’s commitments for various development programmes and schemes, statutory and regulatory functions, debt-servicing obligations—and other non-development requirements within the overall mandate of the Fiscal Responsibility Act, 2002.
6. The Pay Commission should devise its own procedure, and may call for such information from various Departments as found necessary for its terms of reference.
7. All the Government departments shall furnish such information and documents and other assistance, as may be required by the Pay Commission. Government trust that all the service Associations, Local Bodies, Aided Institutions and other concerned will extend to the Pay: Commission their fullest co-operation and assistance:
8. The Pay Commission shall submit its report within four months.
By Order and in the name of the
Governor of Karnataka,
1 Errata to G.O. on Release of Funds to the Commission CLICK HERE
2 G.O. on Terms of References of the Commission CLICK HERE
3 G.O. on Release of Funds to the Commission CLICK HERE
4 G.O. on Creation of Posts to the Commission CLICK HERE
5 Addendum to G.O. on Terms of Reference CLICK HERE