View Full Version : The Anomaly committe points of discussion

14-12-2009, 08:53 PM
Dear friends,

The Anomaly committee which had met on 12/12/2009, has been published in the net. The link is http://paycommissionupdate.blogspot.com/2009/12/national-anomaly-committee-meeting-and.html.

Senior members have a through study and post your comments please.


14-12-2009, 11:57 PM
Hi thanks 4 posting d link......its very useful as all r eagerly awaiting for d outcome. so does the discussions mean orders will b issued on watever decisions taken???

Pls comment. Thanks!

15-12-2009, 04:41 PM

u r a very informative personnel. thank u very much. whether we will get promotional increment after 1.1.2006 without any grade pay change pl. clarify

15-12-2009, 05:01 PM

I don't know, whether the points discussed by the anomaly committee, as published in the net are the only points discussed or whether there are some more points. But, as per the published anomaly committee discussions, there is no much information about fixation of pay for the promotions earned after 01/01/2006 in the merged grades. But, if the Rule FR - 22 stands good even after the implementation of the Sixth Pay commission, we should get the benefit of pay fixation, since assumption of higher responsibility is always there on promotion.


09-02-2010, 05:25 PM
Thank you very much for the link. On going through the minutes, it appears, the justification attempted to be given by the JS (Pers.) for not allowing the posts whose scales have been revised to 6500-10500 to draw their pay fixex on the PB3 from 6500 x 1.86% etc., as the gp of 40% has been worked out on 6500 is unacceptable and the gp of 40% has also been worked from 6500 for those scales which have been merged (not revised to 6500) and put in gp of 4200. There need to be a difference between the scales those have been merged and those have been given revised pay. There was no need for the 6PC to revsied these scales to 6500 as even without that the merger gives the same effect. The very fact that these scales have been specifically revised (in addition to the merger effected) indicates the intention of the 6 pc as well as the Government order (revised pay rules 2010) that those should be given higher placement in the 6 PC scales.