MACP Scheme for Defence Personnel

MACP Scheme for Defence Personnel

Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme – MACP Scheme is to grant of three financial upgradation on completion of 10, 20 and 30 Years of continuous regular service or 10 Years in the grade.

Totally, three financial upgradation in the entire career of an employee will be counted against regular promotions availed from the grade in which employee was appointed as direct recruit.

The financial up gradation under the scheme will be admissible whenever a person has spent 10 years continuously in the same grade pay. The second up-gradation after completion of 10 years of regular service from the date โ€˜of first financial up gradation. The third up-gradations after completion of 10 years of regular service. From the date of second financial up gradation. If the first up gradation gets postponed on account of the employee not found fit or due to departmental proceedings etc, this would have consequential effect on second and third up gradation which would also get deferred accordingly

Important Orders on MACP

  • No. AN/III/1800/MACP dated 19th May 2020 : Principal Controller of Defence Accounts, PCDA Chandigarh has released the important circular on 19th May 2020 to review the position in your office/section and names of the eligible officers/staff members (AAOs, Senior Auditor, Adr, Clerk, MTS) under MACP Scheme [Read More]

Supreme Court Judgement on MACP

5 COMMENTS

  1. Sir,
    I was retired from Army on 31 Mar 2006 as NK (TS)/MT in Corps of ASC. In the year 2001 my promotion for Naik had been issued and at that time I was given my unwillingness to get the promotion. Now my. Colleagues have got MACP benefit whereas I didn’t get the same. For this purpose I have contacted the ASC Records South Bangalore, they replied me that you had given unwillingness for your promotion, so it s not possible for MACP in your case.
    I am requesting you sir, please is there any provision to get the MACP. Otherwise I will be lost a huge amount.

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