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May 1, 2014 at 6:01 am #69580AnonymousGuest
Please guide me in pay fixation
My basic pay as a pass graduate teacher is 15720
Pay in the pay band 11620
Grade pay 4100
(i) Now joined in PG category in continuous basis through proper channel i.e. empaneled again via ssc
What will be my initial starting basic pay???????
(ii) Can pay in the pay band may ever be reduced when joining in P.G. post because the basic pay at initial starting is 15960 where pay in the pay band is 11160 and grade pay 4800 . If this would be my initial starting basic pay then the pay in pay band will be reduced from 11620 to 11160.
I have received several replies in personal messages where many of my friends suggested that the pay in the pay band remains the same as it crosses the initial starting pay in the pay band which is 11160 , just the new grade pay will be added .
Thus according to them the new basic will be 11620+4800 = 16420 .
But , i will be so thankful to you if anyone help me to find some concrete law or order regarding this pay protection .May 2, 2014 at 3:39 pm #79456AnonymousGuestCode:I have received several replies in personal messages where many of my friends suggested that the pay in the pay band remains the same as it crosses the initial starting pay in the pay band which is 11160 , just the new grade pay will be added .
Most probably I was one of them.
According to them the new basic will be 11620+4800 = 16420 .
Only Grade pay Rs. 4800-4100= 700/- will be added.
Your new B.P. will be Rs. 11620+ 4800/- = 16420/-
** There is no scope of PAY PROTECTION.May 2, 2014 at 4:44 pm #79458AnonymousGuestmihiracharya wrote:Code:** There is no scope of PAY PROTECTION.
I cannot understand why did you write this line. As far as I know, according to Pay Protection Rules, both the Pay in the Band and Grade Pay of an employee are protected as in this case. This is why his New Basic Pay will be Rs. 16420/- (Rs.11620/- + Rs.4800/-)
Otherwise his Basic Pay would have been Rs.15960/- (Rs.11160/- + Rs.4800/-)
Have a look here: Can I get Pay Protection & Benefit of Counting Past Service?May 3, 2014 at 8:25 am #79462AnonymousGuest
Tank you all of u sirMay 5, 2014 at 4:17 pm #79472AnonymousGuest
I want to say that the pay protection is no need for this case.
Thanking you,June 16, 2014 at 4:44 pm #79576AnonymousGuest
Respectable Friends, I am teaching in a school since 1985 and started as B.A teacher but when my school approved as Madhymik school,My name is suggested by M.C for pay -hike as i am only teacher in school with M.A degree,so i get all the pay hikes till date after date,but now when i put my pension papers then D.I of schools writes a letter to me and asking that this 1987 M.C appeal for my pay-hike is not approved by D.I and he asked me to refund all the money which i taken extra before submitting my pension papers.I am retiring on 31st jan,2015. so i want to ask what to do regarding this as i am unaware about all these facts… please helJune 16, 2014 at 4:59 pm #79577AnonymousGuest
i have the mc resolution it can help? or any legal helpJune 16, 2014 at 5:39 pm #79582AnonymousGuest
I think you have no option but to refund the overdrawn amount.June 22, 2014 at 4:36 pm #79595AnonymousGuest
MC has no power to give any benefit directly, then can appeal only for this with requisite papers for higher scale to the concern D.I. After that he may grant such higher pay by issuing an ORDER. An incumbent ought to take/ receive any benefit after receiving order for the purpose. There is no need to take only annual increment, 10 years and 20 years benefit . But in case of 18 years of benefit, the D.I. permission/ Order is necessary.
Therefore, now according to the D.I., you should refund your overdrawn. I do not think, court may help you. Because, you should kept minimum a RECEIVED COPY of forwarding letter to the D.I.
Thanks a lot.
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