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Anomaly Committee representatives of the Official Side and the Staff Side to settle any anomalies arising out of the implementation of the 7th CPC recommendations

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Anomaly Committee of the National Council (JCM) to settle the anomalies arising out of the implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission’s recommendations

F.No.11/2/2016-JCA-I
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department oaf Personnel & Training
JCA Section
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North Block New Delhi
Dated the 9th September, 2016.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Anomaly Committee of the National Council (JCM) to settle the anomalies arising out of the implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission’s recommendations

In accordance with the instructions contained in this Department’s OM of even number dated 16th August 2016, it has been decided to set up, as indicated below, the Anomaly Committee of the National Council (JCM) consisting of representatives of the Official Side and the Staff Side to settle any anomalies arising out of the implementation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission’s recommendations: –

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Official Side :

1. Secretary, Chairman Deptt. of Pers. & Training.
2. Member (Staff), Railway Board.
3. Secretary, Department of Telecommunication.
4. Secretary, Department of Posts.
5. Financial Adviser, (Ministry of Defence.
6. Joint Secretary (Pers), Ministry of Finance.
7. Joint Secretary (Estt.), Deptt. of Personnel & Training.
8. Joint Secretary (CPC), Deptt. of Personnel & Training
9. Deputy Secretary (JCA), Deptt. of Personnel & Training Member-Secretary.

STAFF SIDE
1. Shri Rakhal Das Gupta
2. Shri Shiv Gopal Mishra
3. Shri Ch. Sankara Rao
4. Shri J.R.Bhosle
5. Shri M Raghavaiah
6. Shri Guinan Singh
7. Shri R.P.Bhatnagar
8. Shri K.S. Murty
9. Shri K.K.N.Kutty
10. Shri R.Srin)Visan
11. Shri C.Srikumar
12. Shri M.Krishnan
13. Shri M.S. Raj a

2. The working of the Committee would be in terms of the conditions laid down in this Department’s OM dated 16th August 2016 mentioned above

(D.K. Sengupta)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Sir I was retired in GP 7600 {(PB3) on 30/06/2011 & basic pension was fixed Rs 35520. Now as per DoPPW order dated 11May2017 my revised basic pension will be Rs 45700. But if my GP was Rs6600 then my basic pension would have been fixed at Rs 46900 & GP 5400 corresponded to Rs 46500. Sir why pension decreases on incease of GP from 6600/ 5400 to7600.
    Kindly reply. Is there anamoly I n Matrix Table.

  2. Sir,The anomaly committee setup on sep 9th 2016 has no deadline to report to the Govt which is mandatory in all such move,thereby it seems there is still the possibilities to deny as the Govt seems that no more expenditure is incurred to the Finance ministry

  3. Sir, I have already brought notice times that there is much difference in pay who promoted before 1july-2016 and promoted after july2016( few days gap in promotion) but much gap i n pay is seen. . this was very clear in the 6th pay Commission, that after promotion no gap was seen of batch mates.
    Sir was promoted to the rank of sub inspt. In the month of beginning of Aug.16 and my pay is fixed RS 38700/- and who promoted in the month of June-16 has been fixed 42300/+ whereas there is no much gap in promotion but much difference in pay fixation which is not appear justified and wrong and injustice with employees
    Hence I request to your good honour that this type of anomalies may kindly be eradicated to gave equalty in pay fixation pl

  4. As per Pay Matrix approved in the 7th Pay Commission, there is wide gap between erstwhile PB3 & PB4 Pay Bands. The following statement will speak for itself the wide gap between these two Pay Band Posts entry Level Pay from 1-1-2016:
    Pay Band 15600-39100: – (PB3) Group-A
    i) G.P. 5400/- Entry Pay .. Rs. 56,100
    ii) ii)G.P.6600/- .. Rs. 67,700
    iii) iii)G.P.7600 /- .. Rs.78,800
    Pay Band 37,400-67,000 – (PB4)
    i) G.P.8700/- Entry Pay .. Rs. 1,18,500
    ii) ii) G.P.8900/- .. .. Rs.1,31,000
    iii) iii) G.P.10000/- .. .. Rs. 1,44,200
    If we look at the entry pay of PB3 under (iii) category entry Pay is fixed at 78,800/- and the entry pay of PB under (i) is at Rs.1,18,000/-
    If a person in erstwhile PB3 under (iii) & PB4 under (i), the difference in Entry Pay will be about Rs.40,000/- This anomaly should be rectified from 1-1-2006 by Matrix formula and the entry pay of Pay Band 3 (Group-A Services) should be revised accordingly from 1-1-2016.
    Length of Service to be taken into account in Pay Matrix
    The picture of fair salary would be incomplete without taking length of service in a category/post contribution of his similarly placed fellow colleagues (generalists in Administration other than Scientists) at next level of hierarchy into account and their fitment table should also be increased proportionately to a fair level .
    After all it’s a team management/work disparity, skills, individual and collective performance and adequate internal communication and collective bargaining on salary issues. When many are paid very lesser pay & perks, they have a tendency to work with heart-burning.
    Anomaly Committee should Increase the Entry Pay Proportionately
    The Anomaly Committee on 7th Pay Panel must consider this suggestion to revise the gap proportionately / uniformly to all categories of posts in (Group-A Services) PB3 & PB4 Pay Bands from 1-1-2006 by applying Matrix formula and revised Entry Pay to these categories of posts should be approved from 1-1-2016 proportionately.
    The following statement as per Fitment Table reveal the wide gap between PB3 & PB4 from 1-1-2006 itself as approved in VI Pay Commission
    Rs. 15,200 (S-19) ————– Rs.34,880 + increased GP
    Rs. 15,000 (S-20) ————– Rs.35,550 + increased GP
    Rs. 15,100 (S-24) ————– Rs.47,230 + increased GP
    Rs. 15,100 (S-25) ————– Rs.48,390 + increased GP
    Rs. 15,200 (S-28) ________ Rs.48,530 + increased GP
    If you look at the above statement for a pre-revised basic pay in the pay range of Rs.15,000/- there is wide difference in the revised pay fitment. The gap should be reduced drastically from 1-1-2006 based on length of service one put in a category etc.
    In many cases. Senior Officers put in more than 30 years of Service getting less emoluments/Pension when compared to many junior Officers after implementation of Sixth Pay Panel Report from 1-1-2006. The suggestion to Govt. is that length of Service in a category coupled with duties & responsibilities should be given its due weight-age to relieve heart-burning among Senior Officers of Non-IAS cadre and similarly placed Officers in other Ministries. In many cases the increase in emoluments ranging about more than 100% to 300% in PB 3 & PB 4 posts. Due weightage should be given to PB 3 category (Group-A) with effect from 1-1-2006 by applying Matrix formula..”
    The picture of fair salary would be incomplete without taking length of service in a category/post contribution of his similarly placed fellow colleagues (generalists in Administration other than Scientists) at next level of hierarchy into account and their fitment table should also be increased proportionately to a fair level . After all it’s a team management/work disparity, skills, individual and collective performance and adequate internal communication and collective bargaining on salary issues. When many are paid very lesser pay & perks, they have a tendency to work with heart-burning. The Redressal Committee on 7th Pay Panel must consider this suggestion to revise the gap proportionately / uniformly to all categories of posts in (Group-A Services) PB3 & PB4 Pay Bands from 1-1-2006 by applying Matrix formula and revised Entry Pay to these categories of posts should be approved from 1-1-2016 proportionately.

  5. One of my Friends appointed as Superintendent on 31-12-1976 in erstwhile PB2 with Rs.4800 GP. (notional) Subsequently he was appointed as Asst. Director on 1-.10-1990 (erstwhile PB 3 Gr. Pay 5400/- and subsequently appointed as Dy. Director with erstwhile Grade Pay of Rs.6600/- (Notional) in PB 3.. He was drawing Rs.34,150/- (including GP Rs.6,600) His Pay in the 7th Pay Commission is to be fixed at Rs.88,400/- as on 1-1-2016 as per 2.57 multiplication. But as per Matrix system, Had he continued in PB-2 Lower post (with notional GP Rs.4800) his pay would have been fixed at Rs.1,22,900/- (after 33 years) but for his two promotions whereas there is difference in basic Pay in the basic Pay Rs.34,500/- Hence his pay has to be stepped up to Rs.1,22,900 with effect from 1-1-2016 otherwise the very matrix proposal is defeated. The Anomaly committee should look into this & clarify.

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