Monday, March 16, 2009

Revision of pay of scientists following revision of pay scales of Central Government employees on recommendations of the VI CPC

13-Jh
Dated, the March, 2009
INDIAN COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
KRISHI BHAWAN : NEW DELHI
F.No. 1(1)j2009-Per.IV
To
The Directors j Project Directors of ICAR Research Institutes j NRCs j Project
Directorates j Bureaux
Sub.: Revision of pay of scientists following revision of pay scales of Central
Government employees on recommendations of the VI CPC
Reference is invited to Council's letter No. 1(1)j2009-Per.IV dated 6th March,
2009 regarding revision of pay of scientists following revision of pay scales of Central
Government employees pursuant to VI CPC. The posts in the existing pay scale of
Rs. 16400-22400 have been placed in the pay band of Rs. 37400-67000 with a
stipulation that those recruited on or after 1.1.09 would receive minimum of Rs.
43000 + RGP of Rs. 10000. In partial modification of these instructions it has been
decided that minimum of Rs. 43000 would be admissible to those recruited directly
as per revised qualifications to be notified by ICAR separately. Those recruited on or
after 1.1.09 as per existing qualifications will be placed in pay band of Rs. 3740067000
(with a minimum pay of Rs. 39690) + RGP of Rs. 10000. The Annexure vide
para 2.2 of Council's letter No. 1(1)j2009-Per.IV dated 6th March, 2009 has been
revised accordingly and is annexed with this letter.
Yours faithfully,
Copy to :
1. PS to AM
2. Secretary, Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance, North Block, New
Delhi
3. Secretary, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource
Development, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi
4. Secretary, Department of Personnel & Training, North Block, New Delhi
5. AS & FA, DARE
6. Sr. PPS to DG
7. PO, DIPA for ICAR website
8. President, ARS Scientists Forum
9. DS(P), ICAR
10. Secretary, ASRB
1
Annexure
Revised pay of scientists w.e.f. 1.1.06
Designation
Scientist
(i) Scientist
8000-13500
(ii) Scientist (Sr.
Scale)
10000-15200
(iii)Scientist (Sel.
Grade)
12000-18300
Sr. Scientist
Sr. Scientist
12000-18300
Revised Pay Revised
Desianation
Pay Band - Rs.15600-39100 + Scientist
RGP of Rs. 6000
Pay Band - Rs.15600-39100 + Scientist
RGP of Rs. 7000
Revised pay of incumbents in
position
Incumbents with 3 years service in Scientist
the scale of Rs.12000-18300 on
1.1.06.
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000
+ RGP of Rs. 9000
Incumbents with less than 3 years Scientist
service on 1.1.06
Pay Band - Rs.15600-39100
+ RGP of Rs. 8000
On completion of 3 years of service Scientist
in the grade of Scientist (Sel.
Grade) to be placed in
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000
+ RGP of Rs. 9000
Note - In view of the considerable
raise in effective pay between the
two Pay Bands there shall be no
additional increment on movement
from the Pay Band of Rs. 1560039100
to the Pay Band of Rs.
37400-67000.
To be re-designated as Sr. Scientist Sr. Scientist
on acquirina Ph.D dearee
Revised pay of incumbents in
position
Incumbents with 3 years service in Sr. Scientist
the scale of RS.12000-18300 on
1.1.06.
2
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000
+ RGP of Rs. 9000
Incumbents with less than 3 years Sr. Scientist
service on 1.1.06
Pay Band - Rs.15600-39100
+ RGP of Rs. 8000
On completion of 3 years of service Sr. Scientist
in the grade of Senior Scientist to
be placed in
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000
+ RGP of Rs. 9000
Note - In view of the considerable
raise in effective pay between the
two Pay Bands there shall be no
additional increment on movement
from the Pay Band of Rs. 1560039100
to the Pay Band of Rs.
37400-67000.
Revised pay of future recruits
Pay Band Rs.37400-67000 + RGP of Sr. Scientist
Rs.9000 for those recruited directly
as per revised qualifications to be
notified by leAR separately
Pay Band Rs.15600-39100 (with a Sr. Scientist
minimum pay of Rs. 22320) + RGP
of Rs. 8000 for those recruited on
or after 1.1.09 as per existing
qualifications
On completion of 3 years service as Sr. Scientist
Senior Scientist to be placed in Pay
Band Rs.37400-67000 + RGP of Rs.
9000
Note - In view of the considerable
raise in effective pay between the
two Pay Bands there shall be no
additional increment on movement
from the Pay Band of Rs. 15600-
1
39100 to the Pay Band of RS'I
37400-67000. ~-----
Principal
Scientist etc.
(i) Principal
Scientist
16400-22400
(ii) Project
Coordinator /
Zonal
Coordinator/
National
Coordinator,
Head of
Divisions /
Regional
Centres
/Stations,
Joint Director
of lCAR
institutes other
than those in
the
four Deemed
Universities &
NAARM
16400-22400
3
Revised pay of incumbents in
position
Pay Band - Rs. 37400-67000 +
RGP of Rs. 10000
Revised pay of future recruits
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000 (with
a minimum pay of Rs. 43000) +
RGP of Rs. 10000 for those
recruited directly as per revised
qualifications to be notified by
lCAR separately.
Pay Band - RS.37400-67000 (with
a minimum pay of Rs. 39690) +
RGP of Rs. 10000 for those
recruited on or after 1.1.09 as per
existing qualifications.
Revised pay of incumbents in
position
Pay Band - Rs. 37400-67000 +
RGP of Rs. 10000
Revised pay of future recruits
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000 (with
a minimum pay of Rs. 43000) +
RGP of Rs. 10000 for those
recruited directly as per revised
qualifications to be notified by
lCAR separately.
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000 (with
a minimum pay of Rs. 39690) +
RGP of Rs. 10000 for those
recruited on or after 1.1.09 as per
eXisting qualifications.
Principal
Scientist
Principal
Scientist
Project
Coordinator/
Zonal
Coordinator/
National
Coordinator,
Head of
Divisions /
Regional
Centres /
Stations,
Joint Director
of lCAR
institutes
other than
those in the
four Deemed
Universities &
NAARM
4
RMP
(i) Dy. Director Rs. 75000 fixed
General at ICAR
headquarters
Rs. 25000/- fixed
(ii) Director Rs. 75000 fixed
NAARM,
Hyderabad
Rs. 25000/- fixed
(iii) Directors of Rs. 75000 fixed + Rs. 5000 p.m.
IARI, IVRI, NDRI, as Special Allowance
CIFE
Rs. 25000/- fixed
Dy. Director
General at
ICAR
headquarters
Director
NAARM,
Hyderabad
Directors of
IARI, IVRI,
NDRI, CIFE
(iv) Director /
Project Director of
the Institutes /
National Bureaux
/ NRC / Project
Directorate - ADG
at ICAR
Headquarters,
Joint Director of
IARI, IVRI, NDRI,
CIFE & NAARM
16400-22400
Revised pay of incumbents in
position
Pay Band - Rs. 37400-67000 +
RGP of Rs. 10000
Revised pay of future recruits
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000 (with
a minimum pay of Rs. 43000) +
RGP of Rs. 10000 for those
recruited directly as per revised
qualifications to be notified by
ICAR separately.
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000 (with
a minimum pay of Rs. 39690) +
RGP of Rs. 10000 for those
recruited on or after 1.1.09 as per
existing qualifications.
Director /
Project
Director of
the Institutes
/ National
Bureaux /
NRC / Project
Directorate ADG
at ICAR
Headquarters,
Joint Director
of IARI, IVRI,
NDRI, CIFE &
NAARM
Fellowship
(i) National
Fellow
16400-22400
5
Revised pay of incumbents in National
position Fellow
Pay Band - Rs. 37400-67000 +
RGP of Rs. 10000
Revised pay of future recruits
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000 (With
a minimum pay of Rs. 43000) +
RGP of Rs. 10000 for those
recruited directly as per revised
qualifications to be notified by
leAR separately.
Pay Band - Rs.37400-67000 (With
a minimum pay of Rs. 39690) +
I
RGP of Rs. 10000 for those
recruited on or after 1.1.09 as per
existing qualifications.
(ii) National (ii) 75000 fixed
Professor
25000/- fixed
National
Professor

2 comments:

Samir Bose said...

Varsity teachers yet to get revised pay scales

More than six lakh university and college teachers of the country are yet to get the new salary package though the Human Resource Development(HRD) Ministry notified the salary revision in December last year and announced it in Parliament.

The delay in implementing the new pay scales was due to the fact that the University Grant Commission(UGC) was still awaiting the HRD Ministry's formal nod for fixation of salaries in different pay bands for the university and college teachers as per fitments of the Central Pay Commission, sources said here on Sunday.

They also said the Ministry also sent a note to the UGC informing that the new salary formulae should not be notified without the clearance of the Ministry.

Incidentally, the December 31 notification was issued after Cabinet approval and was declared in the Lok Sabha. And by the end of this month, according to the original notification, the teachers should have got their 40 per cent arrears! But nothing has moved.

Peeved over the delay in implementation of the new pay scales, leaders of several teachers' associations and unions charged that HRD Minister Arjun Singh was not allowing the implementation of the Cabinet-approved notification to settle political scores.

"He is making teachers victims and is not willing to implement pay revision of the teachers,'' said an academician.

Sources told The Pioneer that the UGC top officials, who met the FEDCUTA and AIFUCTO representatives on January 6, 2009 on the pay revision issue, had assured that the fixation formulas would be notified immediately. But as it turned out till date _ more than two-and-a-half months _ have rolled by the UGC has failed to notify the fixation formulas.

They said as the matter stands now after the UGC had submitted the fixation tables to the HRD Ministry it forwarded them again to the Expenditure Department, Ministry of Finance.

This action of the HRD Ministry was ultra-vires as the December 31, 2008 notification had clearly stated that the fixation has to be done as per the Central Pay Commission fixation tables, sources said.

The Expenditure Department went a step further and rejected the pay fixation tables submitted by the HRD Ministry and the files were now shuttling between the two ministries for a long time.

When contacted, IGNOU Teachers' Association president Prof Kapil Kumar accused HRD Minister Arjun Singh of settling his scores with the Congress high command by indulging in these delaying tactics as non-payment of revised salary and arrears as per the fixation tables of the CPC had already created an uproar amongst the teaching community throughout the country.

Professor Kumar said "This is the best way to embarrass the Congress and defame the party amongst the teachers for non-implementation of the pay package given to them before the elections and to score a political point.":

Similar voices have been raised by many others in the teaching community and a senior professor from Delhi University stated that "Arjun Singh has been too busy in fixing his favourites on various positions rather than getting the pay package of the teachers implemented."

Source-http://www.dailypioneer.com/164372/Varsity-teachers-yet-to-get-revised-pay-scales.html

satyvrat said...

sir i am assistant professor in NDUAT, state ariculture university. i joined in 2004 with qualification as Masters in Veterinary Preventive Medicine without NET. Is the NEt compulsory for Pay fixation