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IRTSA’s Reply to 7th Pay Commission Terms of Reference – Presentation on Principle of Pay determination & Minimum and Maximum Pay – Compiled by Er. K.V. Ramesh, Senior JGS/IRTSA
Principles of Determination of Pay & Determination of Minimum & Maximum Wages Submitted to 7th CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION
Indian Railways Technical Supervisors Association (IRTSA)
|M. SHANMUGAM||HARCHANDAN SINGH|
|Central President||General Secretary|
Relevant 7th Pay Commission Terms of reference
i.Central Government employees-industrial and non- industrial;
Article 43. Living wage, etc., for workers
- Scientific job evaluation methods are available for a fair comparison of wages.
- Difference in nature of work can well be taken care of in scientific job evaluation.
- Recommendation of 3rd CPC for adoption of Job evolution technique on experimental basis is still not tried.
- Classification or Grading method is easier method for job evaluation.
Proposed method for Job Evaluation
- Brief Job descriptions and details of pay scales, emoluments and other particulars be collected for various group of Employees.
- Jobs can be broadly grouped like “Industrial”, “Non-Industrial” and “Secretarial” etc.
- These groups may be further broken up into various sub-groups like “Artisan”, “Supervisory”, “Administrative”, “Supportive”, etc.
- Separate “Grade definitions” shall be finalised for each of these Groups & sub-groups,
- Indicating, type of work, level of job difficulty, area & Span of Supervision, etc
- Maintaining horizontal parities & vertical relativities.
- Will results in
better justice, better job satisfaction, greater industrial harmony leading to higher efficiency and productivity and the time, cost and effort would definitely be worth the returns, particularly in the long run
Minimum Wage as per 6th CPC method
Calculation of compensation factor
|Year||Per Capita NNP at factor cost At constant price||Increase over previous year|
|% Increase of NNP at factor cost on Constant Prices for the period of ten years||65%|
Proposed Minimum Pay w.e.f. – 1.1.2016
|Minimum Basic Pay + DA 140%+ Compensationfactor 65% of BP + DA|
|Minimum Basic pay after VI CPC||Rs.7000|
|Projected DA 140% (as on 1.1.2016)||Rs.9800|
|Compensation factor (65%)||Rs.10920|
|Proposed Minimum Pay||Rs.27720 or Rs.28000|
|Proposed Number of times increase of BP||3.96|
Proposed Minimum & Maximum Pay based on post 6th CPC formula
|Pay in Pay Band||Grade Pay|
|PROPOSED PAY @ 3.96 TIMES (ROUNDED OFF) OF EXISTING PAY|
|Pay in Pay Band||Grade Pay|
- Minimum Pay shall be increased from Rs.7000 to Rs.28,000.
- Maximum Pay Shall be increased from Rs.80,000 to 3,20,000.
- Intermediate Pays shall be fixed in the same way.
- Upgradation shall be granted to specific categories on functional & other related justification.
- Determination of Maximum Pay First & then arriving Minimum Pay in the ratio of 9:1
- Maximum Pay shall be fixed first as per rise of NNP and then the Minimum pay in the ratio of 9:1 thereof and the Intermediate Pays shall be fixed.
- Maximum Pay = Rs.80,000 x Compensation factor based on rise in NNP at factor Cost. = 80000 x 3.96 = Rs.316800 or Rs.3,20,000.