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    Junior Member nagaradjanev is on a distinguished road
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    Question Pay fixation after II-ACP falling between 01.01.2006 and 31.08.2008

    Sir,
    I was appointed on 02.07.1984 in the pay scale of 440-750 (III-Pay).
    The pay scale was revised as 5500-9000 under V-CPC.
    I obtained I-upgradation under ACP scheme on 09.08.1999 to the pay scale of 6500-10500 (Non-Gazetted, V-CPC).
    On completion of 24 years of service, I was granted II-upgradation under ACP scheme on 07.07.2008 (i.e. date falls between 01.01.2006 and 31.08.2008). Whereas, my higher post also carries the same pay scale of 6500-10500 (Gazetted).
    In my case, the post I was appointed, the post to which I was granted I-ACP and the post to which I was granted II-ACP all carried grade pay of Rs.4200/- as on 01.01.2006.
    An Order was issued revising the Grade pay for persons like me, who obtained I-ACP but did not get increased Grade pay due to the merging of pay bands. I was granted Rs.4600/- grade pay w.e.f. 01.01.2006.

    My basic pay as on 01.01.2006 under V-CPC was Rs.9100/-

    Since the II-Financial upgradation under ACP scheme falls after 01.01.2006, I wish to get clarification on the following points:
    i) What is the benefit of II-Financial upgradation under ACP scheme for my case?
    ii) What should be the basic for me as on 01.09.2008?

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    It is stated that the V-CPC scales for your first ACP and 2nd ACP are the same(6500-10500) which is rare.

    Your are eligible for GP of Rs.4800(2nd MACP) with effect from 1-9-2008, ignoring the 2nd ACP granted on 7-7-2008, since under MACP Scheme, “Promotions earned/upgradations granted under the ACP Scheme in the past tothose grades which now carry the same grade pay due to merger of payscales/upgradations of posts recommended by the Sixth Pay Commission shall be ignored for the purpose of granting upgradations”.

    SASI

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    Talking upgraded and merged scale-fixation

    As per 6cpc the pay scale of 5cpc i.e., 6500-10500 and 7450-11500 were replaced by a single grade pay 4600- by 1.1.06 definitely in this case also the same replaced scale/grade pay will occurs.

    As per acps norms the hierarchy available at that time of acps the same be granted vide acps clarification in point no 41 as stated below.
    41.
    A cadre consists of 4 Grades - ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ (in ascending order). Upon restructuring of a cadre, Grade ‘B’ is abolished from a date subsequent to 9.8.1999. Employees recruited in Grade ‘A’, who are eligible for financial upgradation on or after 9.8.1999 but before the date of effect of restructuring, get first/second financial upgradation in Grade ‘B’ and Grade ‘C’ respectively but those who become eligible for financial upgradation after the restructuring has been effected are entitled to first financial upgradation in Grade ‘C’ and second financial upgradation in Grade ‘D’. This is anomalous. The cases of earlier set of employees should be reviewed and they may be allowed financial upgradations as applicable to the latter category of employees.
    The benefit of ACP Scheme is to be allowed as per the hierarchy existing, as on the date the employees become eligible for financial upgradation under ACPS. . Cadres/hierarchical structures are never static and are always subject to review based on recommendations of Pay Commissions/Expert Committees or otherwise and it is not possible to review the entitlements under ACPS already earned every time a cadre is reviewed. ACPS is only a temporary solution to provide relief to stagnating employees and the lasting solution for stagnation lies in review of cadre structures, as regular promotions will be earned in such restructured grades. All the employees will benefit from such cadre restructuring.




















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