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Bank Clerk new Pay and Arrears – AIBEA Calculator

Bank Clerk new Pay and Arrears after 10th Bipartite Settlement – AIBEA Calculator

The scale pay of Workmen – non-subordinate has been revised from Rs.7200–Rs.19300 to Rs.11765–Rs.31540, also the scale pay of Subordinate staff has been revised from Rs.5850–Rs.11350 to Rs.9560–Rs.18545. (Special allowance for workmen @7.75% of basic pay along with applicable Dearness allowance has also been introduced)

AIBEA has prepared a calculator as an excel file for working out Bank Clerk new Pay and Arrears after 10th Bipartite Settlement. For the convienence of all bank employees we have published the same online.

Check the following links for all details relating to 10th Wage Settlement for Bank Employees and Officers

Bank Clerical Staff and Sub Staff Pay Scales With effect from 01.11.2012

CLERICAL STAFF

SUB STAFF

STAGE EXISTING BASIC PAY REVISED BASIC PAY EXISTING BASIC PAY REVISED BASIC PAY
9thBPS 10th BPS 9th BPS 10Tth BPS

1

7200

11765

5850

9560

2

7600

12420

6050

9885

3

8000

13075

6250

10210

4

8400

13730

6450

10535

5

8900

14545

6650

10860

6

9400

15360

6900

11270

7

9900

16175

7150

11680

8

10500

17155

7400

12090

9

11100

18135

7650

12500

10

11700

19115

7900

12910

11

12300

20095

8200

13400

12

13000

21240

8500

13890

13

13700

22385

8800

14380

14

14400

23530

9100

14870

15

15100

24675

9450

15440

16

15800

25820

9800

16010

17

16500

26965

10150

16580

18

17200

28110

10550

17235

19

18500

30230

10950

17890

20

19300

31540

11350

18545

+ 1

20100

32850

11750

19200

+2

20900

34160

12150

19855

+3

21700

35470

12550

20510

+4

22500

36780

12950

21165

+5

23300

38090

13350

21820

+6

24100

39400

13750

22475

+7

24900

40710

14150

23130

+8

42020

23785

 

Click here to download Bank Clerical Cadre New Pay and Arrears Calculator provided by AIBEA

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