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September 13, 2012 at 3:47 pm #67876AnonymousGuest
After implementation of ROPA 2009, what is the method of gradation of the employees?
Is there any G.O. regarding this matter? Thank you.September 13, 2012 at 4:47 pm #74122AnonymousGuest
Rule 13. (WBS ROPA,2009) Classification of Government employees.–From the dates of commencement
of these rules, Government employees shall be classified as Group A, Group B, Group C
and Group D in the following manner:–
(i) Group A – Government employees holding all posts in the pay band Nos. 4
and 5 with grade pay ranging from Rs. 4,400 to Rs. 10,000.
(ii) Group B – Government employees holding all posts in the pay band No. 3
with grade pay ranging from Rs. 3,200 to Rs. 4,100.
(iii) Group C – Government employees holding all posts in the pay band No. 2
with grade pay ranging from Rs. 1,900 to Rs. 2,900.
(iv) Group D – Government employees holding all posts in the pay band No. 1
with grade pay ranging from Rs. 1,700 to Rs. 1,800.September 13, 2012 at 5:52 pm #74126AnonymousGuest
For the purpose of gradation of employees in case of Group Insurance cum Savings Scheme, 1987 the above Group Division will not apply. Normally, after each ROPA, a separate G.O. is published. After ROPA 2009, the latest G.O. for this purpose is 185-J dated 07.01.2010. I shall try to post the said G.O. tomorrow.September 15, 2012 at 7:02 am #74161nemoGuest
Government of West Bengal
No. 185-F(J), Dated, 7th January, 2010.
The undersigned is directed, to say that the West Bengal State Govt. Employees’ Group Insurance — cum — savings Scheme, 1987 was introduced vide F. D. Memo. No.825-F dated 31.01.1987 and the employees were graded for this purpose as Group – A, B, C and D following their pay scales vide para7.1 of the said scheme. Subsequently gradations were revised vide F.D. Memoranda No. 6168-F dated 03.07.1991 and No. 8741-F dated 21.12.1993 after implementation of WBS (ROPA) Rules, 1990 and 1998 respectively. Now after implementation of WBS(ROPA) Rules, 2009 another revision has become necessary.
Accordingly in supersession F.D. Memo. No. 8741-F dated 21.12.1998 the Governor is pleased to decide that with effect from 01.11.2009 the State Govt. Employees shall be graded for the above purpose in the following manner
I. Group – A: all employees having pay in the pay Band scale with a maximum above Rs, 37,600/- with Grade pay ranging from Rs. 4,400/- to Rs. 10,000/-.
II. Group – B: all employees having pay in the pay Band Scale with a maximum of Rs. 37,000/- or below but above Rs. 25,200/- with grade pay ranging from Rs. 2,900/- to Rs. 4,100/-
III. Group – C: all employees having pay in pay Band scale with a maximum of Rs. 25,200/- or below but above Rs. 16,200/- with Grade pay ranging form rs. 1,900/- to Rs. 2,600/-
IV. Group – D: all employees having pay in the pay Band scale with a maximum of Rs. 16,200/- or below with Grade Pay ranging from Rs. 1,700/- to Rs. 1,800/-
The rate of subscription and amount of Insurance cover corresponding to each Group shall however remain unchanged.
Para 7.1 of F. D. Memo No. 825-F dated 31.01.1987 and para 4 of Accounting procedure circulated under F.D. Memo. No. 11099-F dated 08.10.1987 shall be treated as modified to that effect.
It should be noted that the holders of Scale No. 7 under WBS (ROPA) Rules, 2009 i.e. pay Bond Scale of Rs. 5,400-25,200/- in PB-2 with Grade pay of Rs. 2,900/- though graded as Group-C in Rule 13 of the said Rules has been classified under Group-B for this purpose for maintaining continuity of groupwise catagorisation. Otherwise the gradation of employees as recast above is in identical terms of Rule 13 of WBS (ROPA) Rules, 2009.
Sd/- S. K. Chattopadhyay
Special Secretary to the
Government of West BengalSeptember 3, 2016 at 6:16 am #81882AnonymousGuest
Can anyone give me the classification of Group A ,B, C, D according to ROPA 1990
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