7th Pay Commission Calculator

7th Pay Commission Pay Calculator

Present Pay including Grade Pay Rs.
Present Grade Pay and Pay Band
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New Basic Pay (Existing pay * 2.57)
Corresponding New Pay Level
Fitment in the New Pay Level
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Illustration 1: If an employee H is presently drawing Pay of Rs 55,040 (Pay in the Pay Band Rs 46340 + Grade Pay Rs 8700 = Rs 55040), his pay should be entered in the calculator as Rs 55040 i.e including Grade Pay. The Pay will be fixed as Rs 1,41,600 (Example No I in Para No 5.1.29)

Illustration 2: If an employee T is presently drawing pay of Rs 24,200 (Rs 20,000 + 4,200) and if the post occupied by T is placed one level higher in GP 4600, then the basic pay should be entered as Rs 24,600 (Rs 20,000 + 4,600) and the pay will be fixed as Rs 64,100 (Example No II in Para 5.1.29). Hence, this example is applicable to Inspector Posts in our Department.

Illustration 3: In our Department the GP of IP/ASP/SP has been upgraded to Rs 4600, 4800 and 5400 respectively. Hence as per the Illustration 2 given below Para 5.1.29, the MACP IPs and MACP ASPs are eligible for GP Rs 4800 and Rs 5400 respectively. i.e their new pay level would be 8 and 9.

7 CPC Pension Calculator

7th Pay Commission - Pension Calculator

Present monthly basic pension fixed as per 6th Pay Commission Rs.
Select the Pay scale from which the pensioner retired.
Enter number of increments earned in the Scale of pay/Pay band from which the pensioner retired

New Pension (Existing Pension * 2.57) (Option 1)
Corresponding New Pay Level
Minimum Pension as per Revised Scale
Fitment in the New Pay Level
Monthly Pension As per VII CPC Pay level (Option 2)

Case I - Para 10.1.70:

Pensioner 'A' retired at last pay drawn of Rs 79,000 on 30.5.2015 under VI CPC regime, having drawn three increments in the HAG scale 67000-79000. Basic Pension fixed in VI CPC is Rs 39,500. Initial pension to be fixed under VII CPC is Rs 1,01,515 (39,500 X 2.57) This is Option 1. Notional Pay fixation based on 3 increments is Rs. 199100. Hence option 2 would be 50 percent of Rs 199100 i.e Rs 99,550. As option 1 is higher, pension admissible is Rs 1,01,515.

Case II - Para 10.1.71:

Pensioner 'B' retired at last pay drawn of Rs 4,000 on 31.1.1989 under IV CPC regime, having drawn 9 increments in the pay scale of Rs 3000-100-3500-125-450. Basic pension revised in VI CPC is Rs 12,543. Initial pension fixed under VII CPC is Rs 32,236 (Rs 12,543 X 2.57). This is Option 1. Notional Pay fixation based on 9 increments is Rs 88,400. Hence option 2 would be 50% of 88,400 i.e Rs 44,200. As option 2 is higher, pension admissible is Rs 44,200.



Table showing 4th Central Pay Commission (CPC) Pay scale corresponding to revised 5th CPC post/grade & pay scale and corresponding to 6th CPC pay band & grade pay:-

SL. NO 4th CPC Pay scale w.e.f. 1.1.1986 5th CPC Post/Grade and Pay scale w.e.f. 1.1.1996 6th Central Pay Commission w.e.f. 1.1.2006 Corresponding Proposed 7th CPC Pay Levels
GRADE SCALE Name of Pay Band/Scale Pay Bands/ Scale Grade Pay
1 750-12-870-14-940 S-1 2550-55-2660-60-3200 -1S 4440-7440 1300 Level-1 Minimum Pay Rs 18000
2 775-12-871-12-1025 S-2 2610-60-3150-65-3540 -1S 4440-7440 1400 Level-1 Minimum Pay Rs 18000
3 775-12871-14-955-
15-1030-20-1150
S-2A 2610-60-2910-65-3300
-70-4000
-1S 4440-7440 1600 Level-1 Minimum Pay Rs 18000
4 800-15-1010-20-1150 S-3 2650-65-3300-70-4000 -1S 4440-7440 1650 Level-1 Minimum Pay Rs 18000
5 825-15-900-20-1200 S-4 2750-70-3800-75-4400 PB-1 5200-20200 1800 Level-1 Minimum Pay Rs 18000
6 950-20-1150-25-1400/
950-20-1150-25-1500/
1150-25-1500
S-5 3050-75-3950-80-4590 PB-1 5200-20200 1900 Level-2 Minimum Pay Rs 19900
7 975-25-1150-30-1540/
975-25-1150-30-1660
S-6 3200-85-4900 PB-1 5200-20200 2000 Level-3 Minimum Pay Rs 21700
8 1200-30-1440-30-1800/
1200-30-1560-40-2040/
1320-30-1560-40-2040
S-7 4000-100-6000 PB-1 5200-20200 2400 Level-4 Minimum Pay Rs 25500
9 1350-30-1440-40-1800
-50-2200/1400-40-1800
-50-2300
S-8 4500-125-7000 PB-1 5200-20200 2800 Level-5 Minimum Pay Rs 29200
10 1400-40-1600-50
-2300-60-2600/
1600-50-2300-60-2660
S-9 5000-150-8000 PB-2 9300-34800 4200 Level-6 Minimum Pay Rs 35400
11 1640-60-2600-75-2900 S-10 5500-175-9000 PB-2 9300-34800 4200 Level-6 Minimum Pay Rs 35400
12 2000-60-2120 S-11 6500-200-6900 PB-2 9300-34800 4200 Level-6 Minimum Pay Rs 35400
13 2000-60-2300-75-3200/
2000-60-2300
-75-3200-3500
S-12 6500-200-10500 PB-2 9300-34800 4200 Level-6 Minimum Pay Rs 35400
14 2375-75-3200-100-3500 / 2375-75-3200
-100-3500-125-3750
S-13 7450-225-11500 PB-2 9300-34800 4600 Level-7 Minimum Pay Rs 44900
15 2500-4000 S-14 7500-250-12000 PB-2 9300-34800 4800 Level-8 Minimum Pay Rs 47600
16 2200-75-2800-100-4000/
2300-100-2800
S-15 8000-275-13500 PB-2 9300-34800 5400 Level-9 Minimum Pay Rs 53100
17 2200-75-2800-100-4000 NEW SCALE 8000-275-13500
(Group A Entry)
PB-3 15600-39100 5400 Level-10 Minimum Pay Rs 56100
18 2630/- FIXED S-16 9000 PB-3 15600-39100 5400 Level-10 Minimum Pay Rs 56100
19 2630-75-2780 S-17 9000-275-9550 PB-3 15600-39100 5400 Level-10 Minimum Pay Rs 56100
20 3150-100-3350 S-18 10325-325-10975 PB-3 15600-39100 6600 Level-11 Minimum Pay Rs 67700
21 3000-125-3625/
3000-100-3500-125-4500/ 3000-100-3500-125-5000
S-19 10000-325-15200 PB-3 15600-39100 6600 Level-11 Minimum Pay Rs 67700
22 3200-100-3700-125-4700 S-20 10650-325-15850 PB-3 15600-39100 6600 Level-11 Minimum Pay Rs 67700
23 3700-150-4450/
3700-125-4700-150-5000
S-21 12000-375-16500 PB-3 15600-39100 7600 Level-12 Minimum Pay Rs 78800
24 3950-125-4700-150-5000 S-22 12750-375-16500 PB-3 15600-39100 7600 Level-12 Minimum Pay Rs 78800
25 3700-125-4950-150-5700 S-23 12000-375-18000 PB-3 15600-39100 7600 Level-12 Minimum Pay Rs 78800
26 4100-125-4850-150-5300/
4500-150-5700
S-24 14300-400-18300 PB-4 37400-67000 8700 Level-13 Minimum Pay Rs 118500
27 4800-150-5700 S-25 15100-400-18300 PB-4 37400-67000 8700 Level-13 Minimum Pay Rs 118500
28 5100-150-5700/
5100-150-6150/
5100-150-5700
-200-6300
S-26 16400-450-20000 PB-4 37400-67000 8900 Level-13A Minimum Pay Rs 131100
29 5100-150-6300
-200-6700
S-27 16400-450-20900 PB-4 37400-67000 8900 Level-13A Minimum Pay Rs 131100
30 4500-150-5700
-200-7300
S-28 14300-450-22400 PB-4 37400-67000 10000 Level-14 Minimum Pay Rs 144200
31 5900-200-6700/
5900-200-7300
S-29 18400-500-22400 PB-4 37400-67000 10000 Level-14 Minimum Pay Rs 144200
32 7300-100-7600 S-30 22400-525-24500 PB-4 37400-67000 10000 Level-14 Minimum Pay Rs 144200
33 7300-200-7500
-250-8000
S-31 22400-600-26000 HAG
SCALE
67000-79000 NIL Level-15 Minimum Pay Rs 182200
34 7600/-FIXED /
 7600-100-8000
S-32 24050-650-26000 HAG+
SCALE
75500-80000 NIL Level-16 Minimum Pay Rs 205400
35 8000/- FIXED S-33 26000(FIXED) APEX SCALE 80000(FIXED) NIL Level-17 Fixed Pay Rs 225000
36 9000/- FIXED S-34 30000(FIXED) CAB. SEC. 90000(FIXED) NIL Level-18 Fixed Pay Rs 250000


January 17, 2010

Performance of our Department during 2009

INDIA POSTS 2009 – KEEPING PACE WITH TIME

India Post is the largest postal network in the world. It provides postal facilities within reach of every citizen in the country through its vast network at affordable prices. From 23,344 post offices at the time of independence to 1,55,035 post offices as on 31.3.2008 (1,39,173 Post Offices are in rural areas and 15,862 Post Offices in urban areas), India Post has made a long journey. It is credited with the largest postal network in the world with one post office serving 7174 people and covering an area of approximately 21.2 sq. kms.

I. PROJECT ARROW

Department of Posts has launched a pilot project ‘Project Arrow’ to lay the foundation for a comprehensive, long‐term transformation of India Post. The project ensures at providing a fast, reliable and efficient postal services to the customers. The ultimate test of success of this scheme is to provide a better experience to the customers, both in terms of the ambience of the post office and quality services to the customers. 1000 post offices have already been covered and proposed to extend the project to another 4500 post offices.

II. NEW MAIL PARADIGM

With rapid economic growth and technological advancement, the mail profile in India Post in terms of volume has shifted to Business‐to‐Customer (B2C) and Business‐to‐Business (B2B) segments. To be in line with this transformation, India Post has leased three dedicated freighter aircraft for carriage of mail, parcel and logistics to and from the North Eastern region operating six days a week on Kolkata‐Guwahati‐Imphal‐ Agartala‐Kolkata and the metro cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Bangalore with Nagpur serving as the mail exchange hub. India Post has also set up 162 Mail Business Centres.

III. IT INDUCTION

Out of a total of 25531 departmental post offices, 12604 POs including those in the rural areas have been computerised. 1304 Post Offices have been networked through leased lines so far with the National Data Centre. Further 5170 Post Offices have been networked through broad band. The strong IT‐ base has made it possible to offer a range of e‐enabled services to our customers as shown below:

iMO

An on‐line web‐based domestic money transmission service called iMO was launched in January 2006 which enables the customer to receive money in minutes from any of the post offices providing this service. Under this service, a person can send amount from Rs.1000/‐ up to Rs.50, 000/‐ in one transaction instantly. The service is functional in 2175 locations across the country.

eMoney Order (eMO)

The electronic money order, which has been launched in October 2008, facilitates transmission of ordinary money orders through electronic media without any extra charge. At present 8003 post offices are offering this service.

e‐Payment

e‐Payment is a ‘Many to One’ service through which bills (telephone, electricity, municipal dues, taxes etc.) are paid by customers in Post Offices which are then electronically consolidated and paid to the service provider. The service is presently available in about 8457 Post Offices across the country and will soon be extended to all 12604 computerized Post Offices.

The Cabinet Committee on Economic affairs has approved, a Project management Unit in the Department to conceptualize, plan, implement and monitor the plan schemes for computerisation and networking of all the post offices in the country. The Department has engaged an IT consultant to assist in preparing the roadmap and strategy for the same.

IV. FINANCIAL SERVICES

Postal Finance Mart

Postal Finance Mart (PFM) offer all the financial products and services under one roof “One Stop Shop for Financial Services” in a fully computerized office supported by technology, at par with reputed banking institutions.

Core Banking solution for Post Office Small Savings Scheme customers

Any‐where, Any‐time and Any branch banking i.e. Core Banking Solutions (CBS) is included in the 11th Five Year Plan with a financial outlay of Rs. 106 crores for development of CBS software and other related activities. This will support Post Office Savings Bank and Saving Certificates business with improved operational efficiency, to Small Savings Scheme customers from 4,000 post offices.

V. PREMIUM SERVICES

The revenue from premium products such as Speed Post, Bill Mail Service and Business Post has been growing consistently per annum. From Rs. 425.74 crores revenue booked in 2003‐04, it achieved Rs.1435 crores in 2008‐09. One of the premium products, Speed Post, which is covering more than 1200 towns is now having a market share of 27% in the courier segment.

VI. LEVERAGING OF THE POSTAL NETWORK

National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS)

The Department of Posts is discharging the responsibility to disburse the wages to NREGS beneficiaries through Post Office Savings Bank account. Currently operational in 19 Postal Circles comprising of 21 States, the scheme is operational through 90,000 post offices (including HOs/SOs/BOs). Nearly 4 crore NREGS accounts opened up to November 2009, disbursed approximately Rs.4900 crores in this financial year alone.

PTie‐Up With SBI:

India Post has tied up with State Bank of India to sell its assets and liability products through identified post offices. Initially, started in five states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Jharkhand, the scheme is extended to 23 States and UT. The total liability products sold so far amounts to Rs. 37 crores and total asset products sold amounted to Rs.12.98 crores. The scheme is proposed to be implemented in 5300 post offices throughout the country.

Tie‐up with NABARD

The Department of Posts in collaboration with NABARD is providing the facility of micro‐credit to Self Help Groups (SHGs) through identified post offices on agency basis. The corpus fund for implementing this project is given by NABARD in appropriate instalments. The pilot is in operation in five districts involving seven divisions of Tamil Nadu Circle. So far, 800 SHGs have been provided with a loan of more than Rs 1.9 crores.

ICICI Prudential Life Insurance

Department of Posts has signed an Agreement on 17.9.08 with ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd. to retail their Pension Products through select Post Offices on Referral Model. The company will train the postal staff at selected locations and will provide requisite materials such as application forms, literature related to products, ready reckoners, etc., to the identified Post Offices. Upto now about 817 Head Offices across the country have started distributing these pension products of ICICI Prudential.

Sale of Gold Coins

As a tie‐up with Reliance Money Limited sale of gold coins has been launched on 15th October, 2008 as part of retail post in selected post offices. Under the Scheme available in 468 Post Offices in 16 Circles, the Department has sold 331 kgs of gold since its inception earning a commission of Rs 2.25 crores.

Old age pension

Old Age Pension is being paid through 20 lacs Post Office Savings accounts in Bihar, Delhi, Jharkhand and North East, and through Money Order in J&K, Karnataka, Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu.

On Line Acceptance of RTI Applications

The Department of Posts has been assisting other public authorities under the Central Government in implementing the RTI Act by providing services of its designated Central Assistant Public Information Officers (CAPIOs). For this, Sub Post Masters at Tehsil level act as the Central Assistant public Information officer (CAPIO) for accepting RTI requests and appeals from all central Government Departments. The Department has designated 4000 Post offices as receipt and forwarding points for applications under RTI.

Railway Ticket Reservation

In keeping with policy of leveraging the postal network for greater public good, an MOU was signed between India Post and Ministry of Railways for sale of railway tickets through the post offices. The scheme is presently operative at 78 locations, and will be extended to rural areas also. The Department has earned revenue of Rs. 78 lakhs up to Oct, 2009.

Collection of Rural Price Index Data

Ministry of Statistics and program implementation (MOSP) has entrusted the job of collecting statistics for ascertaining the Rural Price Index from 1183 post offices across the country with effect from Oct 2009. The data so collected would be electronically transmitted to MOSP which will help them in arriving at Rural cost Price Index.

VI. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

To improve quality of international mail processing, all Foreign Post Offices and Sub Foreign Post Offices have been computerised. International Parcel Post Hubs have also been established at Delhi, Mumbai and Kochi for specialised handling of parcels. India Post is in the process of replacing paper based international money order service with Electronic International Money Order Service through IFS software of Universal Postal Union. Exchange of Electronic International Money Order and the service launched with effect from 26th April, 2008, the service is being offered from UAE to India through all head post offices in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, and State of Kerala covering 97 head post offices. Launch of World Net Express: A bilateral agreement has been signed between India Post and Deutsche Post AG on 27th November 2008 for providing new services to domestic and international customers. The article would be booked by selected post offices for delivery in about 200 countries around the world using the DHL network. A new international remittance service eMO Videsh was launched on 24th Oct 2009. With its launch India Post now offers its customers an opportunity to send money in cash to a recipient abroad payable in cash or in his account. This service is in tie‐up with the EURO GIRO for both outward and inward international remittance. Compared to the banks that can send outward remittances , only from account to account, India Post‐Euro Giro network provide the facility of outward cash remittances payable in cash to the beneficiary.

VII. GLOBAL BUSINESS

To meet the demands of its customers and to fuel its own ambitions of growth, it has become imperative for India Post to look at business beyond the national boundaries. A Global Business Division has been set up in the Department of Posts to provide focus to its international operations and help India Post emerge as an organisation with worldwide capabilities.

VIII. ESTATES MANAGEMENT

Construction work of 12 Post Office buildings, 4 Administrative office buildings, 28 staff quarters has been completed in 2009

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE R. S. NATARAJA MURTHY COMMISSION ON SERVICE CONDITIONS OF GDS

India Post has implemented certain recommendations of the Nataraja Murthy committee that had been accepted by the Government which include substantial enhancement of emoluments of all categories of Gramin Dak Sevaks(GDS) and enhancement of various allowances. Women GDS have been provided maternity grant equivalent to three months TRCA+DA for the birth of up to two children. This has to a very large extent addressed the long standing demands of the GDS.

Source : PTI News

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CLASSIFICIATION OF CITIES FOR HRA

'X' Cities - 30% HRA

States Cities Classified as "X"
Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad (UA)
Delhi Delhi (UA)
Gujarat Ahmadabad (UA)
Karnataka Bangaluru (UA)
Maharashtra Greater Mumbai (UA), Pune (UA)
Tamilnadu Chennai (UA)
West Bengal Kolkatta (UA)

'Y' Cities - 20% HRA

States Cities Classified as "Y"
Andhra Pradesh Vijayawada (UA), Warangal, (UA), Greater Vishkhapatnam (M.Corpn), Guntur (UA), Nellore (UA)
Assam Guwahati (UA)
Bihar Patna (UA)
Chandigarh Chandigarh
Chattisgarh Durg-Bhilai Nagar (UA), Raipur (UA)
Gujarat Rajkot (UA), Jamnagar (UA), Bhavnagar (UA), Vadodara (UA), Surat (UA)
Haryana Faridabad*(M.Corpn), Gurgaon*(UA)
Jammu & Kashmir Srinagar (UA), Jammu (UA)
Jharkhand Jamshedpur (UA), Dhanbad (UA), Ranchi (UA), Bokara Steel City (UA)
Karnataka Belgaum (UA), Hubli-Dharwad, Mangalore (UA), Mysore (UA), Gulbarga (UA)
Kerala Kozhikode (UA), Kochi (UA), Thiruvananthapuram (UA), Thrissur (UA), Malappuram (UA), Kannur (UA), Kollam (UA)
Madhya Pradesh Gwalior (UA), Indore (UA), Bhopal (UA), Jabalpur (UA), Ujjain (M.Corpn)
Maharashtra Amravati (M.Corpn), Nagpur (UA), Aurangabad (UA), Nashik (UA), Bhiwandi (UA), Solapur (M.Corpn), Kolhapur (UA), Vasai-Vrar City (M.Corpn), Malegaon (UA), Nanded-Waghala (M.Corpn), Sangli (UA)
Orissa Cuttack (UA), Bhubaneswar (UA), Raurkela (UA)
Puducherry (Pondicherry) Puducherry/Pondicherry(UA)
Punjab Amritsar (UA), Jalandhar (UA), Ludihiana (M.Corpn)
Rajasthan Bikaner (M.Corpn), Jaipur (M.Corpn), Jodhpur (UA), Kota (M.Corpn), Ajmer (UA)
Tamilnadu Salem (UA), Tiruppur (UA), Coimbatore (UA), Tiruchirappalli (UA), Madurai (UA), Erode (UA)
Uttarkhand Dehradun (UA)
Uttar Pradesh Moradabad, Meerut (UA), Ghaziabad* (UA), Aligarh(UA), Agra (UA), Bareilly (UA), Lucknow (UA), Kanpur (UA), Allahabad (UA), Gorakhpur, Varanasi (UA), Varanasi (UA), Sahranpur (M.Corpn), Noida (CT), Firozabd (NPP), Jhansi (UA)
West Bengal Asansol (UA), Siliguri (UA), Durgapur (UA)

*only for the purpose of extending HRA on the basis of dependency

Remaining cities/towns which are not covered under "X" or "Y" are classified as "Z" for the purpose of HRA.


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