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KARNATAKA Government: Implementation of the recommendations of the Sixth State Pay Commission. PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA
Sub: Implementation of the recommendations of the Sixth State Pay Commission.
GOVERNMENT ORDER NO FD 06 SRP 2018 BANGALORE, DATED 1 st MARCH 2018
The Sixth State Pay Commission constituted in G.O.No.FD 22 SRP 2017 dated 01.06.2017 has submitted its Report (First Volume) on 31.01.2018.
2. The Government have considered the report of the Sixth State Pay Commission and are pleased to extend the revised Master Scale and the revised twenty five standard scales of pay recommended by it. The revised Master Scale and the revised pay scales are as indicated below.
I. Revised Master Scale: Rs.17000-400-18600-450-20400-500-22400- 550-24600-600-27000-650-29600-750-32600-850-36000-950-39800- 1100-46400-1250-53900-1450-62600-1650-72500-1900-83900-2200- 97100-2500-112100-2800-128900-3100- 150600
II. Revised 25 standard pay scales:

3. The revised scales of pay will be effective from 1st July 2017. The monetary benefits on account of revision of pay scales will, however, be admissible from lit April 2018. The pay in the revised pay scales shall be fixed as follows:-
(a) Basic pay in the existing pay scale as on 01.7.2017.
(b) Dearness Allowance admissible at index level of 276.9 points i.e. DA as on 01.7.2017.
(c) Fitment benefit of 30% of basic pay as on 01.7.2017.
(d) After computing the total of (a), (b) and (c), the pay may be fixed in the revised scale at the stage next above the amount so computed.
4.The pay in the revised pay scales in respect of Primary School Teachers, High School Teachers and Pre-University Lecturers who are drawing Rs.450/400/500 special allowance at present, shall be fixed as follows:-
(a) Basic pay in the existing pay scale as on 01.7.2017.
(b) Dearness Allowance admissible at index level of 276.9 points i.e. DA as on 01.7.2017.
(c) Fitment benefit of 30% of basic pay as on 01.7.2017,
(d) Special allowance of Rs.450/400/500 being drawn by the Primary School Teachers, High School Teachers and Pre-University Lecturers;
(e) After computing the total of (a), (b) (c) and (d), the pay may be fixed in the revised scale at the stage next above the amount so computed.
5.The recommendations of the 6th State Pay Commission to revise the minimum and maximum Pension from the existing Rs.4800/- and Rs.39,900/- to Rs.8500/- and Rs.75,300/- respectively and corresponding Family Pension from Rs.4,800/- and Rs.23,940/- to Rs.8,500/- and Rs.45,180/- respectively are accepted. The revised pension and family pension of Government servants who have retired or died while in service prior to 01.07.2017 shall be fixed as follows:-
a) Basic pension/family pension as on 01.07.2017
b) Dearness allowance of 45.25% as on 01.07.2017
c) 30% of basic pension/family pension as on 01.07.2017
The total of (a) + (b) + (c) above will be subject to a minimum of Rs.8,500/- per month for pension and family pension and maximum of Rs.75,300/- per month in respect of pension and Rs.45,180/- per month in respect of family pension.
6. The recommendations of the 6th State Pay Commission pertaining to grant of Dearness Allowance based on revised formula, revision of HRA and CCA in the revised pay scales, continuation of existing system of grant of charge allowance at the rate of 7.5% of basic pay, enhancement of Group Insurance Scheme contributions of employees, enhancement of DCRG limit to Rs.20.00 lakhs and extension of DCRG and family pension benefit to employees covered under New Pension Scheme are accepted and separate orders/rules in this regard will be issued later.
7. Government are also pleased to extend the above benefits to the employees of the aided educational institutions, local bodies and non-teaching staff of the Universities.
8. The increase in Pay and Allowances on account of the revision of scales of pay shall be payable in cash from 1st April 2018. In cases where a Government servant has retired from service or died while in service or ceased to be in service during the period between 1st July 2017 and 31st March 2018, his pay fixed notionally in the revised scale of pay shall be taken into account for the purpose of calculation of pension/family pension. The monetary benefit shall, however, accrue to the retired Government servant or the beneficiary of the deceased Government servant with effect from 1st April 2018.
9. Allocation of revised scales of pay and regulations of pay and pension therein will be governed by detailed rules, orders and instructions to be issued by the Government separately. http://www.stategovernmentnews.in/karnataka-government-implementation-recommendations-sixth-state-pay-commission/ 2018-03-02T15:49:32+00:00 admin Karnataka 6th CPC pay scales,Karnataka,Karnataka Government 6th CPC,Karnataka State government employees,Karnataka state government news,Sixth State Pay Commission KARNATAKA Government: Implementation of the recommendations of the Sixth State Pay Commission. PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA Sub: Implementation of the recommendations of the Sixth State Pay Commission. GOVERNMENT ORDER NO FD 06 SRP 2018 BANGALORE, DATED 1 st MARCH 2018 The Sixth State Pay Commission constituted in G.O.No.FD 22 SRP 2017 dated... admin [email protected] Administrator State Government Employees News 6th CPC pay scales , Karnataka , Karnataka Government 6th CPC , Karnataka State government employees , Karnataka state government news , Sixth State Pay Commission Related Posts