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10% Interim Relief for WB employees

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  • #70407
    Anonymous

    Hello Friends!!
    The Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has announced a 10% hike in the band pay of all regular employees w.e.f. 1.7.2016. My question is ,will the annual increment (3%) be calculated on the new basic pay arrived aftr adding the Interim relief first OR will the annual increment be calculated on the old basic pay as usual and then the Interim Relief is just to be added separately. Will the IR count for DA and other allowances calculation?

    #81557
    Anonymous

    It’s not clear that how mere interim relief on band pay that is basic -grade pay can ever lead to an expense of 3000 crores.Because a 1% DA HIKE causes an extra expense of 25 crores per month which in a year is 300 crores thus a 10 % hike may lead to an expense of 3000 crores . But the news says that it’s interim relief not DA , may be due to technical reasons regarding PAY COMMISSION, that declaration of DA is not possible during implementation of Pay Commission….. Then how central is still giving DA ALTHOUGH THERE COMMISSION implementation work has started.

    #81559
    Anonymous

    An official said that there is no bar to allow D.A. during implementation of Pay Commission.
    By the by , 10 % interim relief of Pay band from 01/07/2016 means :
    i) At first multiply 1.03% to previous B.P. and rounded the figure by 10 to get new B.P.
    ii) Then new B.P. – G.P. = Pay in pay band on 01/07/2016.
    iii) Now calculate 10 % of Pay in pay band.
    iv) Lastly make gross total and add 10 % of Pay in pay band (iii).

    #81561
    Anonymous

    There will be a loss of 10% of grade pay to all the employees ,the interim amount will simply being added on which DA and HRA won’t be calculated and still it is causing 3000 crores of extra expense

    #81562
    Anonymous

    Now i have my doubts cleared
    @Mr. Alok it was very knowledgeable thank you.
    @Mr.Mihir thank you for the solution .
    :)

    #81563
    Anonymous

    But there will be raised a question ;- It will not be possible to calculate for pensioners . Because there is no question to pensioners of Pay in Pay Band and Grade Pay. They get 50% of Pay as there pension. Not only that most of the pensioners sale their 40 % of Pension. Then how can be calculate there IR?
    Besides this, it is not the process, can not be broken into two parts of Basic Pay of an employee. In ROPA 90 and ROPA 98, IR had given but at those ROPA, there were no breaking like Pay in Pay Band and Grade Pay. IR is calculated on the BP. So it is no doubt a confused matter to all of us.

    #81568
    Anonymous

    Now calculate your IR.

    #81571
    Anonymous
    gpgarain, post: 15933, member: 2837 wrote:
    Now calculate your IR.

    As IR is included w.e.f. 01.07.2016, will govt. declare any DA in future till implementation 6th pay commissions recommendations ?

    #81572
    Anonymous

    Grant of Interim Relief to the State Government Pensioners and Family Pensioners

    #81573
    Anonymous
    gpgarain, post: 15938, member: 2837 wrote:
    Grant of Interim Relief to the State Government Pensioners and Family Pensioners

    These orders are vry hepful….thanks for the upload .

    #81579
    Anonymous

    Perhaps no D.A. will be declare, another I R. may be declare in future before the implementation of ensuing Pay Commission report.

    #81581
    Anonymous

    It may be allowed (heard) another IR in Jan,17.

    #81582
    Anonymous

    Here is the Article from today’s Bartaman Patrika.[attachment=2080]

    #81664
    Anonymous

    Please provide the detail calculation of Interim Relief with example.

    #81666
    Anonymous

    10 % interim relief of Pay band from 01/07/2016 means :
    i) At first multiply 1.03% to previous B.P. and rounded the figure by 10 to get new B.P.
    ii) Then new B.P. – G.P. = Pay in pay band on 01/07/2016.
    iii) Now calculate 10 % of Pay in pay band.
    iv) Lastly make gross total and add 10 % of Pay in pay band (iii).

    IT MAY HELP YOU

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