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Pay Fixation and 18 yrs Benefit

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  • #69053
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      my dear friends
      I shall be much grateful to receive your valuable judgments on the following situations-
      1) Is it permissible to allow notional increment during the 5 yrs period of punishment for being without b ed while making pay fixation for any ropa?
      2) Is a teacher who comes under PB-4 only after ropa 09 entitled to get 18 yrs benefit?

      #78354
      unknown
      Spectator

        my dear friends
        I shall be much grateful to receive your valuable judgments on the following situations-
        1) Is it permissible to allow notional increment during the 5 yrs period of punishment for being without b ed while making pay fixation for any ropa?
        2) Is a teacher who comes under PB-4 only after ropa 09 entitled to get 18 yrs benefit?

        1) A non-B.Ed teacher, after getting 4 increments after joining, will not get next 5 increments. Not even notional increments.
        2) 18 years benefit to a teacher joining in PB-4 is not allowed.

        #78387
        unknown
        Spectator

          the case of my colleague is somewhat critical. his joining date is 23/10/1990. so he completes 18 yrs on 23/10/2008 now the ROPA, 2009 comes to effect and he falls into PB-4. now is he entitled to get 18 yrs benefit?

          #78393
          unknown
          Spectator

            18 Years benefit will avail only for Pass Graduate teachers and clerk, gr.D, librarian .
            If the incumbent gets Hons/P.G. Scale, then he will not enjoy 18 years of benefit.

            #78395
            unknown
            Spectator

              18 Years benefit will avail only for Pass Graduate teachers and clerk, gr.D, librarian .
              If the incumbent gets Hons/P.G. Scale, then he will not enjoy 18 years of benefit.

              The incumbent joined as pass graduate A.T on 23/10/90 but when ropa 09 came into being his pay was fixed in the pay scale 9000-40500 at PB-4. the pay was fixed notionally from 2006 & the arrear was calculated from april, 08 as u must be knowing. on 23/10/08 he claimed 18 yrs benefit which was duly approved by the D.I. now the D.I. has written his pay may have been wrongly fixed. do u think he is entitled to get 18 yrs benefit? please answer after careful observation — many many thanks in advance.
              pratap

              #78398
              unknown
              Spectator

                How was his pay fixed in PB-4? Please post in details such as bp in unrevised scale on 1.1.06 etc.

                #78399
                unknown
                Spectator

                  A pass graduate teacher may reached to the basic pay of Rs.14930/- (Hons. scale) or 15960/- (P.G. Scale)or higher than that by his/her seniority. In this reason, he/she will not be treated as an Hons. or a P.G. teacher. Please submit his details pay date wise.
                  Finally, a question, has he/she passed and entitled Hons. or P.G. Degree Scale by the D.I.? If the answer is negative, then he will get 18 years of benefit.

                  #78400
                  unknown
                  Spectator

                    A pass graduate teacher may reached to the basic pay of Rs.14930/- (Hons. scale) or 15960/- (P.G. Scale)or higher than that by his/her seniority. In this reason, he/she will not be treated as an Hons. or a P.G. teacher. Please submit his details pay date wise.
                    Finally, a question, has he/she passed and entitled Hons. or P.G. Degree Scale by the D.I.? If the answer is negative, then he will get 18 years of benefit.

                    first of all thanks to u all for taking time for me . my confusions r removed after i get your valuable opinions . infact the servicebook of the incumbent wrongly records his PB-4 as on 1/1/6 where as his option form records it being PB-3 . Hence the HONBLE DI raises the question of pay being wrongly fixed . anyway it is now clear but the credit goes to all of u……..

                    #78432
                    unknown
                    Spectator

                      Thanks a lot.

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