10th Pay Revision Commission(PRC) Volume-1 Report

Government of Andhra Pradesh constituted the Tenth Pay Revision Commission Vide G.O.Ms.No.95, G.A. (Spl.A)Department,dated: 28.2.2013. The Government also appointed Sri Pradip Kumar Agarwal, IAS (Retd) as Pay Revision Commissioner

Some important points of Pay Revision Comission(PRC)  Report is as follows

The Pay Revision Commission 1993 introduced the concept of ‘Master Scale’ for the first time
The Commission recommends a fitment of 29% on Basic Pay.
The Commission further recommends that the fitment in the revised scale may be made in the following manner:
(1) D.A. admissible as on 01/07/2013 i.e., 63.344% may be added to the Basic pay.
(2) 29% of the basic pay may be added to the total of Basic pay + D.A. arrived at (1) above;
(3) The pay of the employees should be fixed in the relevant revised scale at the stage next above the amount arrived at as at (2) above;
(4) If an employee’s pay when fixed as above falls short of the minimum in the revised pay scale, it shall be fixed at the minimum of the scale;
(5) If the amount so fixed exceeds the maximum, the excess shall be treated as personal pay and it should be absorbed in future pay increases or in the stagnation increments sanctioned.
The Commission recommends that the revised pay scales should come into force from 1.7.2013.
 Minimum Pay
The Commission therefore recommends the minimum pay for the lowest paid employees to be Rs.13,000/per month as on 1.7.2013.
the Commission has kept in mind the following three principles:
a) Annual increment to range from 3% of the pay in initial stage to 2.33% finally.
b) Existing quantum of increment to be nearly doubled in line with increase of pay; and
c) Periodicity of increase in increment to be 3 years;
Maximum Pay
The Commission accordingly worked out a ‘Maximum Pay’ of Rs.1,10,850/­, which represents a Minimum to Maximum ratio of 1:8.527.
Master Scale
The Commission recommends the ‘Master Scale’ to comprise of 32 grades and 80 segments. Since the tradition in the State has been to revise the pay every five years, the DA sanctioned as on 1/7/2013 is subsumed in the Revised Pay Scale. The new Master Scale recommended by this Commission for adoption from 1/7/2013 is as follows:
Rs.13000­-390-­14170­-430­-1546-0­470­-16870­-510­-18400­-550­-20050­-590­-21820­-640­-23740­-700­-25840­-760-­28120-­820­-30580­-880­-33220­-950­-36070­1030­-39160-1110­-42490-­1190­-46060­-1270­-49870­-1360­-53950-1460­-58330­-1560­-63010­-1660­-67990­-1760-­73270­-1880-­78910­-2020­-84970– 2160– 91450– 2330­-100770-­2520–110850(80)
Education Employee Related Scales As per PRC Report:
School Assistant/PD Scale: 28940-78910
*SGT/LP/PET Scale: 21230-63010
*MEO's scale 35120-87130
*GHM's scale 35120-87130
*DyEO's Scale 40270-93780D.A
DA ratio if central Govt.has given 1% DA state will give 0.524 %,old 0.856% we will loss 0.332% of every 1%DA
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  6. 10th PRC Volume-V Book 2014
   PRC Recommendations on  Leaves
The Commission considers the demand to be reasonable and recommends sanction of Child Care Leave of upto 2 years to all women employees in the entire service career, to look after 2 eldest children up to the age of 18 years.
Grant of Special CL upto 7days to physicaly challenged employes in a year to visit a Medical centre for replacing the aids
Additional Casual Leave of 5 days to the women employees on par with Women Teachers.
The Commission recommends to extend the facility of encashment of Earned Leave, including the Half Pay Leave up to a maximum of 300 days to all the employees, teaching as well as non­teaching staff of aided institutions and local bodies i.e., Aided Junior Colleges/Degree Colleges/Oriental Colleges and also for non-­teaching staff of Aided Schools and the employees of Panchayat Raj and Municipal institutions.
Payment of Ex­gratia Allowance to the employees who were granted Extra­ordinary leave for the treatment of certain diseases.
PRC Recommendations on Allowances
LTC: The increase in railway fares, the Commission recommends for the enhancement of the claim amount from Rs.12,500/­ to Rs.18,750/­, while keeping the limit of the maximum distance as 3,500 KMs only. 
The Commission, therefore, recommends that a member of the family whose income from all sources, including stipend, pension (including dearness relief thereon) does not exceed the minimum family pension and dearness relief thereon, shall be deemed as dependent on the employee.  
Festival Advance:Festival Advance of ClassIV Employes is Rs.5000 and Employees drawing pay in the scale of pay of Rs.26600-­77030 or Below. Rs.7500
Tuition Fee Reimbursement: The Commission recommends enhancement in the reimbursement of the tuition fees amount at the rate of Rs.2500/­ p.a. per pupil subject to the condition that the reimbursement should be made in respect of two children only. This scheme of reimbursement of tuition fees shall be allowed to all the Class­IV employees and Non­Gazetted officers and that the claim is permissible in respect of children studying in all the classes upto graduation level i.e. from L.K.G. upto and inclusive of the Intermediate/ 12th Class.  
Funeral Charges: The Commission feels that there is a justification in the request and, therefore, recommends to increase the amount of funeral charges to Rs.20,000/­.  
Conveyance Allowance to PH: The Commission also recommends for an increase in this allowance to 10% of basic pay subject to a maximum ceiling of Rs.2000/­ per month  
HM Allowance to Teachers as follows:  Primary Schools HMA is Rs.125 , HMs of UP Schools HMA is Rs.150, Allowance for LPTs for handling higher classes Rs.150,  HMs in Single Schools HMA is Rs.100, 

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