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Sixth Pay Commission Report

SUMMARY OF PENSIONARY BENEFITS


11.1 Date of effect- 1.1 06
11.23 Dearness allowance Base year of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) to be revised as frequently as feasible.
Formulation of a separate index for Government employees suggested. *(Pl. see table below)
11.33 Fitment formula recommended for serving employees to be extended in case of existing
pensioners/family pensioners i.e. 40 % increase of (Pension + 74% DA/ *DP) as on 1.1. 06
* DP (Dearness Pension in case of pre 1.4.2004 pensioners.
For post 31.3.2004 pensioners, the element of DP is included in pension )
11.34 Constant Attendant Allowance to be increased by five times to Rs.3000 p.m.
11.35 Pension to be paid at 50% of the average emoluments / last pay drawn (whichever is more) without
linking it to 33 years of qualifying service for grant of full pension.
11.36 Liberal severance package for employees leaving after 15 to 20 years of service.
11.37 Higher rates of pension for retirees & family pensioners at the age of 80 Years by 20%, 85 Years by 30%,
90 Years by 40%, 95 Years by 50% and 100 Years by 100%.
11.38 Revision of the Commutation table for commutation of pension- for new Retirees.
5.1.37 Limit of maximum Gratuity to be increased from Rs 3.5 lakhs to Rs 10 lakhs.
11.39 Framing of an appropriate insurance scheme for meeting the OPD needs of pensioners in non-CGHS
areas with Option for Existing Pensioners.
- No Revision of Medical Allowance issue left open for Government to decide.
11.10 All recommendations to be treated as an 'organic whole'
11.10
644
- As partial implementation will bring in several anomalies and inconsistencies.
2.2.18 Four (4) Long Running Pay Bands - PB-1 Rs 4860-20200, PB 2 Rs 8700-34800, PB 3 Rs 15600-39100
and PB 4 Rs 39200-67000.
REVISED RATES OF DA AFTER IMPLEMENTATION OF SCPC REPORT
Month ending

Average
CPI
(1982 =100
as Base)

31. 12. 2005


30. 06. 2006
31. 12. 2006
30. 06. 2006
31. 12. 2007

536.00
550. 38
568.91
587.66
605.50

With
effect
from
1.1.06
1.7.06
1.1.07
1.7.07
1.1.08

As in
December,05)

DA on
Revised
Pay/
Pension

Average
CPI
(2001
=100

(1982 Base)

As Base)

Nil
2.68 %
6.13 %
9.63 %
14.84 %

Nil
2%
6%
9%
12 %

115.76
118.87
122.87
126.92
130.08

%age Rise
of CPI
over 536

%age Rise of
CPI over 536

DA on
Revised
Pay/
Pension

As in
December,05)

(2001 Base)

Nil
2.68 %
6.04 %
9.64 %
12.37 %

Nil
2%
6%
9%
12 %

* Linking factor for conversion of 2001=100 base index to previous 1982=100 index series is 4.63
* % age rise of index above 536 (as in Dec.05) is to be considered
- as was done after Third, Fourth and Fifth Pay Commissions.

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FIXATION OF THE PENSION OF THE EXISTING PENSIONERS


Extracts of Report of Sixth Central Pay Commission. (Page 338, Volume I)
5.1.47 Fitment benefit to the past pensioners- The Commission notes that modified parity has already
been conceded between pre and post 1/1/1996 pensioners. Further, full neutralization of price rise on or
after 1/1/1996 has also been extended to all the pensioners. Accordingly, no further changes in the extant
rules are necessary. However, in order to maintain the existing modified parity between present and future
retirees, it will be necessary to allow the same fitment benefit as is being recommended for the existing
Government employees. The Commission, accordingly, recommends that all past pensioners should
be allowed fitment benefit equal to 40% of the pension excluding the effect of merger of 50%
dearness allowance/ dearness relief as pension (in respect of pensioners retiring on or after
1/4/2004) and dearness pension (for other pensioners) respectively. The increase will be allowed by
subsuming the effect of conversion of 50% of dearness relief/ dearness allowance as dearness
pension/dearness pay. Consequently, dearness relief at the rate of 74% on pension (excluding the effect of
merger) has been taken for the purposes of computing revised pension as on 1/1/2006. This is consistent
with the fitment benefit being allowed in case of the existing employees. A table (Annex 5.1.1) showing
fixation of the pension of the existing pensioners in the revised dispensation consequent to implementation
of the recommendations of this Commission has been prepared and should be used for fixing the revised
pension of the existing pensioners.
The fixation as per this table will be subject to the provision that the revised pension, in no case,
shall be lower than fifty percent of the sum of the minimum of the pay in the pay band and the grade
pay thereon corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale from which the pensioner had retired. To
this extent, a change would need to be allowed from the fitment table

REVISED PENSION FITMENT TABLE AT A GLANCE


Extracts of (Volume II) Annexure 5.1.1, Page 87 to 254
Prerevised
Pension+
DP * on
1.1,06

Revised
Pension
As per
Annex.
5.1.1

Prerevised
Pension
on 1.1,06

Revised
Pension
As per
Annex.
5.1.1

Pre-revised
Pension on
1.1,06

Revised
Pension
As per
Annex.
5.1.1

Pre-revised
Pension on
1.1,06

Revised
Pension
As per
Annex.
5.1.1

1913
2000
2100
2200
2300
2400
2500
2600
2700
2800
2900
3000
3100
3200
3300
3400
3500
3600

3330
3330
3330
3330
3330
3424
3567
3709
3852
3995
4137
4280
4423
4565
4708
4851
4993
5136

4500
4600
4700
4800
4900
5000
5100
5200
5300
5400
5500
5600
5700
5800
5900
6000
6100
6200

6420
6563
6705
6848
6991
7133
7276
7419
7561
7704
7847
7989
8132
8275
8417
8560
8703
8845

7100
7200
7300
7400
7500
7600
7700
7800
7900
8000
8100
8200
8300
8400
8500
8600
8900
9100

10129
10272
10415
10557
10700
10843
10985
11128
11271
11413
11556
11699
11841
11984
12127
12269
12697
12983

11000
11500
12000
12500
13000
13500
14000
14500
15000
15500
16000
16500
17000
17500
18000
18500
19000
22500

15693
16407
17120
17833
18547
19260
19973
20687
21400
22113
22827
23540
24253
24967
25680
26393
27107
32100

3700
3800
3900
4000
4100
4200
4300
4400

5279
5421
5564
5707
5849
5992
6135
6277

6300
6400
6500
6600
6700
6800
6900
7000

8988
9131
9273
9416
9559
9701
9844
9987

9200
9300
9500
9600
9700
9800
9900
10000

13125
13268
13553
13696
13839
13981
14124
14267

** Revised DA
on Revised Pension
From
DA
1.1.06
Nil
1.7.06
2%
1.1.07
6%
1.7.07
9%
1.1.08
12%

* DP (Dearness Pension in case of pre 1.4.2004 pensioners.


For post 31.3.2004 pensioners, the element of DP is included in pension )
** Revised DA is based on % age rise of Price index above 536 ( in Dec.05) - as indicated on Page 2

Pay Fixation for Proposed Pay Scales by Sixth CPC


CALCULATED AS PER PAGE No 59, 60, 61 AND 62 OF VI CPC REPORT

Pay Fixation recommended by Sixth CPC


%age Rise of Total Emoluments (GENERAL), - as on 01.01.2006
PreRevi
sed
Scale

S-1
S-2
S-3
S-4
S-5
S-6
S-7
S-8
S-9
S-10
S-11
S-12
S-13
S-14
S-15
New
S-16
S-17
S-18
S-19
S-20
S-21
S-22
S-23
S-24
S-25
S-26
S-27
S-28
S-29
S-30
S-31
S-32
S-33
S-34

Min
of Ext.
Scale

Existing Emoluments
Min.
Max
of Ext.
Scale

2550
2660
2610
3150
2650
3300
2750
3800
3050
3950
3200
4900
4000
6000
4500
7000
5000
8000
5500
9000
6500
6900
6500 10500
7450 11500
7500 12000
8000 13500
8000 13500
9000 (Fixed)
9000
9550
10325 12575
10000 15200
10650 15850
12000 16500
12750 16500
12000 18000
14300 18300
15100 18300
16400 20000
16400 20900
14300 22400
18400 22400
22400 24500
22400 26000
24050 25000
26000 (Fixed)
30000 (Fixed)

Emolument
BP+DP+
24%DA
On 1.1.06

4743
4855
4929
5115
5673
5952
7440
8370
9300
10230
12090
12090
13857
13950
14880
14880
16740
16740
19205
18600
19809
22320
23715
22320
26598
28086
30504
30504
26598
34224
41664
41664
44733
46500
55800

Max
Emolument

Pay
Band

4948
5859
6138
7068
7347
9114
11160
13020
14880
16740
12834
19530
21390
22320
25110
25110
25110
17763
23390
28272
29481
30690
30690
33480
34038
34038
37200
38874
41664
41664
45570
48360
46500
-

1S
1S
1S
PB-1
PB-1
PB-1
PB-1
PB-1
PB-2
PB-2
PB-2
PB-2
PB-2
PB-2
PB-2
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-3
PB-4
PB-4
PB-4
PB-4
PB-4
-

Recommended Emoluments
Increase/
CorresGrade
Total
decrease
ponding
pay
Min.
in Min.
pay
Pay
Pay
On 1.1.06
bands
4440
4550
4620
4990
5310
5570
6960
7830
8700
9570
11310
11310
12970
13050
13920
15990
15600
15990
17970
17400
18540
20880
22190
20880
24890
26280
28540
28540
39200
43280
48990
48990
52770
80000
90000

1300
1400
1650
1800
1900
2000
2400
2800
4200
4200
4200
4200
4600
4800
5400
5400
5400
5400
6100
6100
6500
6600
7500
7600
7600
8300
8400
8400
9000
9000
11000
13000
13000
(Fixed)
(Fixed)

5740
5950
6270
6790
7210
7570
9360
10630
12900
13770
15510
15510
17570
17850
19320
21390
21000
21390
24070
23500
25040
27480
29690
28480
32490
34580
36940
36940
48200
52280
59990
61990
65770
-

997
1095
1341
1675
1537
1618
1920
2260
3600
3540
3420
3420
3713
3900
4440
6510
4260
4650
4866
4900
5231
5160
5975
6160
5892
6494
6436
6436
21602
18056
18326
20326
21037
33500
34200

% age
increase

21.02
22.56
27.21
32.75
27.09
27.18
25.81
27.00
38.71
34.60
28.29
28.29
26.80
27.96
29.84
43.75
25.45
27.78
25.34
26.34
26.41
23.12
25.20
27.60
22.15
23.12
21.10
21.10
81.22
52.76
43.99
48.79
47.03
72.04
61.29

DISCLAIMER:- THESE TABLES ARE ONLY FOR GENERAL GUIDANCE & NOT A READY RECKONERS
FOR FIXATION OF PAY ESPECIALLY SINCE THESE ARE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE
VARIOUS RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SIXTH PAY COMMISSION

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