Saturday, 5 March 2022

REPORT OF 11th PAY REVISION COMMISSION ANDHRA PRADESH 2020 : ASUTOSH MISHRA, IAS (Retd.) Pay Revision Commissioner

 REPORT OF 11th PAY REVISION COMMISSION ANDHRA PRADESH 2020 : ASUTOSH MISHRA, IAS (Retd.) Pay Revision Commissioner  




House Rent Allowance :

a) HRA may be allowed at the following rates

(i) @ 30% of basic pay subject to a ceiling of ₹.26,000/- p.m. for employees shifting from Hyderabad on bifurcation of State.

(ii) @ 22% of pay basic pay subject to a ceiling of ₹.22,500/- p.m. in cities with population above 10 lakh.

(iii) @ 20% of pay basic pay subject to a ceiling of ₹.20,000/- p.m. in cities with population of above 2 lakh and up to 10 lakh.

(iv) @ 14.5% of pay basic pay subject to a ceiling of ₹.20,000/- p.m. in cities with population of above 50,000 and up to 2 lakh

(v) Rest of the employees @12% subject to a limit of ₹.17,000 p.m.

b) Additional HRA in lieu of rent free accommodation is retained at 8 % of basic pay, but the monetary ceiling is recommended to be increased from ₹.2,000/- to ₹.2,600/- p.m.

Pay Scale:

a) The Master Scale concept is retained with 32 Grades and 83 stages (increased from 81stages). The Master scale is formulated with the following features:

i. Annual increment to range from 3% of the pay in initial stages to 2.34% at the end.

ii. Periodicity of increase in increment is recommended to be 3 years up to stage 72 in the Master Scale, 4 years for stage 73-80 and 2 years thereafter.

b) The New Pay Scale is evolved by merging 100% of Dearness Allowance (as on 01.07. 2018) with Basic Pay and adding the fitment benefit.

c) The ‘Minimum Pay’ for the lowest paid employee is to be ₹.20,000/- per month.

d) The ‘Maximum Pay’ in the Master scale is worked out to Rs1,79,000/- p.m. which represents a Maximum to Minimum ratio of 8.95.

e) In the event of stagnation in pay scale, grant of up to 5 stagnation increments is recommended.

Fitment:

The Commission recommends a fitment benefit of 27 % on Basic Pay.

Dearness Allowance:

a) The existing practice of revising the Dearness Allowance (DA) twice a year, on 1stJanuary and 1st July, in tandem with the sanction of DA by the Government of India may be continued.

b) Since the Central rates of DA are based on the DA merged scales of 1.1.2016 while in the State DA is recommended to be fully merged on 1.7.2018, the Commission recommends a conversion factor of 0.91 for sanction of DA from 1.1.2019. It means that for every 1 % increase in DA sanctioned by the Government of India, the DA to be sanctioned by the State to its employees would be 0.91% starting from 1.1.201

City Compensatory Allowance:

For the purpose of grant of City Compensatory Allowance, the Commission has recommended two slab rates, one for Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada and the second for the 12 other Municipal Corporations . The quantum of allowance is increased for all the pay ranges (Municipal Corporations of Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada ₹400-1000 and other Municipal Corporations ₹,300-750).

Advance Increments :

The Commission has recommended not to grant in the normal course any special increment for possessing higher qualifications.

Leave Benefits:

a) Additional 5 days Casual Leave has been recommended in favour of non-teaching women employees on par with the teaching women employees;

b) Child Adoption Leave up to 180 days is recommended for woman employee having less than two surviving children if she legally adopts a child up to one year of age. Subject to the same conditions, paternity leave up to 15 days may be extended to ‘single’ male employees (unmarried/widower/divorcee) within a period of 6 months of child adoption;

c) Child Care Leave has been recommended to be increased to 180 days in a maximum of three spells. It may also be extended to ‘single’ male employees (unmarried/widower/divorcee);

d) Special Casual Leave of up to 7 days in a year is recommended for orthopedically challenged employees needing to change prosthetic aides. Same duration of Special Casual Leave has also been recommended for Nursing staff working in high risk ward;

e) Revised rates have been prescribed for Ex-gratia Allowance payable to the employees who are granted extra-ordinary leave for the treatment of certain diseases.

Pensionary Benefits:

In respect of pensionary benefits our recommendations are the following:

a. To consolidate pension/family pension with dearness relief as on 1.7.2018. 27%of the basic pension/family pension is to be treated as fitment benefit.

b. To continue the existing provision of full pension after 33 years of qualifying service with 5 years of service weightage. Similarly no change is recommended in the formula for fixation of pension/family pension. 

c. A revised scale of additional quantum of pension starting from 70 years of age has been suggested

d. If a government servant dies while in service, enhanced family pension is recommended to be paid to his dependants for a period of up to 10 years without any upper age limit. In case of death after retirement the enhanced family pension should be payable for a period of seven years or up to the date on which he would have attained 67 years, had he survived, whichever is earlier.

e. The conditions of 45 years age limit in respect of unmarried/widowed/divorced daughter of family pensioners may be rescinded and the stipulation regarding having children may be altered so as to exclude widowed/divorced daughter having a child who has attained 25 years of age or started earning.

f. To allow Dearness Relief on both the basic pensions (Service and Family) received by the same pensioner.

g. The quantum of minimum pension/ family pension is recommended to be increased to ₹.10000/- p.m.

h. The maximum amount of Gratuity payable at the time of retirement is recommended to be enhanced from ₹.12 lakh to ₹.16 lakh.

i. The maximum limit for Death Relief amount on the death of a service pensioner/ family pensioner is recommended to be enhanced to ₹.20,000/-.viii

j. The financial assistance is recommended to be increased to the level of minimum service pension/family pension (₹.10,000 per month) with dearness relief thereon after 1.7.2018.

k. The existing ceiling limit of commutation at 40% of basic pension and provision regarding restoration of commuted portion of pension after 15 years should be continued.

Automatic Advancement Scheme:

The existing scheme of AAS may continue with the following modifications:

(1) The present SPP Scale -II/SAPP Scale-II, eligible after 24 years of service in the same post, may be rechristened as SPP Scale -IIA/SAPP Scale-IIA

(2) An employee, on completion of 30 years of service in a particular post, may be granted one increment in the SPP Scale IIA/ SAPP Scale IIA, as the case may be, which shall be called the Special Promotion Post Scale II-B/ Special Adhoc Promotion Post Scale II-B.

(3) The benefit of Automatic Advancement Scheme may be continued up to and inclusive of Grade­25 in the revised scales i.e., ₹.76730-162780.

MASTER SCALES : 20000-600-21800-660-23780-720-25940--780-28280-850-30830-920-33590-990-36560-1080-39800-1170-43310-1260-47090-1350-51140-1460-55520-1580-60260-1700-65360-1830-70850-1960-76730-2090-83000-2240-89720-2390-96890-2540-104510-2700-112610-2890-121280-3100-130580-3320-140540-3610-154980-3900-170580-4210-179000 (83 stages)


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