7th Pay Commission recommended that existing PRIS Scheme to continue and and that it is not in favour of increasing the incentive percentage. The Commission is also not in favour of extending PRIS (I) to non-scientific staff.
7th CPC recommendations on PRIS are that the existing incentive percentage to continue, that it is not in favour of extending PRIS (Individual PRIS) to non-scientific staff and that Commission also does not recommend extension of PRIS to DRDO as they have a separate system of variable increments in place which is similar to PRIS (I).
Declaring Best Employee of the Month – DOPT may instruct all Ministries – Suggestions from Employees to be obtained irrespective of cadre to improve work culture With the Narendra Modi regime pitching for corporate work-culture in government departments, the department of personnel and training (DoPT) may soon write to all Central ministries and departments to incentivise efficient […]
PRIS – New Government may implement Performance Related Incentive Scheme to Central Government Employees Following its mantra of maximum governance and minimum government, Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi may implement performance-based incentives schemes for central government employees. The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) is slated to give a detailed presentation on Performance-Related Incentive Scheme (PRIS), which was recommended […]
7th Pay Commission and Performance Related Increment Scheme (PRIS) – Need for covering Lower Cadres central government Employees under PRIS
Performance Related Incentive Scheme (PRIS) – Minister of State for Finance replies that guidelines for PRIS are yet to be formulated
The Performance Related Incentive Scheme (PRIS) is to provide pecuniary benefit over and above the regular salary, based on the targeted performance, out of the Non-Plan budgetary savings, for the Central Government employees.