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pkkanwal
27-01-2009, 11:45 AM
There are two employees say, 'A' (5500) and 'B' (6500) with same PB and GP 4200. If employee 'A' gets his ACP he will be shifted to next GP i.e., 4600. Does it mean he will be senior to employee 'B' who is in the scale of 6500.
Anyone pl. clarify?

P.Jagannathan
27-01-2009, 06:05 PM
It is true recently one `A`in 5000 scale of pay was promoted and fixed 4600 GP.
It was taken up and order is issued to place all 6500 cadre on 4600/GP which is also given in 6th pay commission report.
Thank u.

badri mannargudi
27-01-2009, 07:19 PM
It is true recently one `A`in 5000 scale of pay was promoted and fixed 4600 GP.
It was taken up and order is issued to place all 6500 cadre on 4600/GP which is also given in 6th pay commission report.
Thank u.


There are two employees say, 'A' (5500) and 'B' (6500) with same PB and GP 4200. If employee 'A' gets his ACP he will be shifted to next GP i.e., 4600. Does it mean he will be senior to employee 'B' who is in the scale of 6500.
Anyone pl. clarify?

This is a ticklish issue;
When a promotion of a junior officer takes place to a post where a senior of already promoted to that cadre draws a particular Basic and Grade pay, then the latter can seek remedy by raising the issue of "Pay Anomaly".
At the same time, if the dispute (read, difference in Basic /Grade Pay on account of ACP) out of ACP granted to the former, then, it is considered as a personal benefit accruing to the Former and consequently, it is not a case falling under the purview of (Removal of Pay Anomalies"). The phenomenon is very hard to digest, but GOI views it from a different angle.
With regards,
Badri