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    Default Re: Rationalisation of Pay Fixation policy for reemployed Ex serviceman in Public Sector Banks


    (i)No.HR&IR/CIR/2012-13/76/589/5499 dated 02 Apr 2012
    (ii)O.M. No. 3/19/2009. Esst. Pay dated 8th November 2010 from DOP&T.
    (iii)F.No.4/1/2010-SCT (B) Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Financial Services dated23-03-2012
    (iv) O.M. No. 3/19/2009. Esst. Pay dated 05-04-2010



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    Default Re: Pay protection for ex-servicemen(defence)


    I am writing to inform you the anomalies in the implementation of Pay Fitment Policies of re-employed ex-servicemen in public sector banks. Since Year 2000, approximately 5000 Ex-Servicemen have been re employed in public Sector Banks in the clerical cadre. The pay fitment of these ex-servicemen re employed is done based upon DOPT OM NO 3/1/85 Establishment( Pay-II) dated 31/07/1986. This Circular QUOTE “The question of consolidation of the existing orders and the rationalisation and simplification of the procedure governing the initial fixation of pay has been under consideration of the Government from time to time. The President is now pleased to decide that in super session of all the previous order on the subject the initial fixation of pay and other benefits on reemployment of ex-servicemen pensioners as also civilian pensioners will be governed by the Central Civil Services fixation of pay of reemployed Pensioners orders 1986 as detailed in the Annexure with reference to all the appointment made on or after the Ist July 1986 the pay of the reemployed pensioners may be fixed as per the enclosed orders” UNQUOTE. GOI since then have issued many circulars to simplify and rationalize the procedure of pay fixation. Some of them are listed below for your information.

    (i) OM No.HR&IR/CIR/2012-13/76/589/5499 dated 02 Apr 2012
    (ii) O.M. No. 3/19/2009. Esst. Pay dated 8th November 2010 from DOP&T.
    (iii) F.No.4/1/2010-SCT (B) Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Financial Services dated23-03-2012
    (iv) O.M. No. 3/19/2009. Esst. Pay dated 05-04-2010
    v) OM No.3/19/2009-Estt. Pay-II 08/11/2010
    vi) OM No.3/13/2008-Estt. (Pay II) 11/11/2008
    vii) OM No.3/12/97 Establishment( Pay-II) 19/11/1997
    viii) OM No. 3/4/97-Estt.(Pay-II) 07/11/1997
    ix) Annexure to 3/1/85 Establishment( Pay-II) 31/07/1986

    The anomalies in pay fitment policies of ex-serviceman which became evident after implementation of Sixth pay commission and whopping increase in DA on the basic pay thereby, due to inflationary pressure on Rupee, has caused huge disparity between the Basic pay of Senior ESM employee and Junior ESM employees.

    The pay fixation in Bank is done on the basis of the Gross pay quoted in his LPC issued by Defense service, the Gross pay amount quoted in Defense LPC is considered in such a way for the purpose of pay fitment of ESMs that DA received at the time of retirement decides the amount of Basic pay an exserviceman is eligible to get on reemployment in PSBs.

    For instance, the ESM who retired between Jan - Jun 2006, his reckonable gross pay would be the amount in Pay in band Plus the amount in Grade Pay. There will not be any DA as it is 0% during Jan06- Jun06.

    Let this amount be Rs 10000/-(P in B) + Rs2400 (Gr Pay)=Rs 12400.

    Now let us assume that this ESM was not fortunate enough to join PSBs immediately after retirement from military services and therefore had to wait for atleast one and half year.

    Assume that in one and half year of time govt announces 18% hike in DA to handle inflationary pressure on Rupee. This ESM who could join a PSB in Nov 2007 will not get his Basic Pay fixed at Rs 12400/- but it will reduced to an amount of Rs 10600/- because 18% DA on Rs 10600/- equals Rs 1908/- and Basic pay +DA in bank should be just more than the gross pay that he received as per LPC in Defense service.

    On the backdrop the following points may please be noted.

    1) DA for central government employees are revised twice a year and this revision is different from Bank employees.
    2) DA increment for central government employees is not constant all the time as it depends upon the inflationary pressure on the money. Some times it was raised by 3% and sometimes by 10%.
    3) Ex-servicemen do not get immediate employment just after retirement. Some of them gets employment after one year, some get after two years and some of them may have to wait for more time. Thus it may be noted that an ex-servicemen who retired at the time of implementation of 6th CPC i.e in Jan or Feb 2006 and joined a PSB after one year of retirement from military service will get his basic pay fixed at the lowest level because of the nil DA he received at the time of retirement. But an exserviceman who retired in 2012 and joins after one year will get his basic pay fixed at the highest level because of the enhanced amount of DA that he received at the time of retirement from Military Service.

    The points tabulated in the Annexure can be compared to understand the disparity in detail.

    The following website and links will also establish the facts mentioned in this letter.

    Circular Portal


    Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Govt. of India

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    I am writing to inform you the anomalies in the implementation of Pay Fitment Policies of re-employed ex-servicemen in public sector banks. Since Year 2000, approximately 5000 Ex-Servicemen have been re employed in public Sector Banks in the clerical cadre. The pay fitment of these ex-servicemen re employed is done based upon DOPT OM NO 3/1/85 Establishment( Pay-II) dated 31/07/1986. This Circular QUOTE “The question of consolidation of the existing orders and the rationalisation and simplification of the procedure governing the initial fixation of pay has been under consideration of the Government from time to time. The President is now pleased to decide that in super session of all the previous order on the subject the initial fixation of pay and other benefits on reemployment of ex-servicemen pensioners as also civilian pensioners will be governed by the Central Civil Services fixation of pay of reemployed Pensioners orders 1986 as detailed in the Annexure with reference to all the appointment made on or after the Ist July 1986 the pay of the reemployed pensioners may be fixed as per the enclosed orders” UNQUOTE. GOI since then have issued many circulars to simplify and rationalize the procedure of pay fixation. Some of them are listed below for your information.

    (i) OM No.HR&IR/CIR/2012-13/76/589/5499 dated 02 Apr 2012
    (ii) O.M. No. 3/19/2009. Esst. Pay dated 8th November 2010 from DOP&T.
    (iii) F.No.4/1/2010-SCT (B) Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Financial Services dated23-03-2012
    (iv) O.M. No. 3/19/2009. Esst. Pay dated 05-04-2010
    v) OM No.3/19/2009-Estt. Pay-II 08/11/2010
    vi) OM No.3/13/2008-Estt. (Pay II) 11/11/2008
    vii) OM No.3/12/97 Establishment( Pay-II) 19/11/1997
    viii) OM No. 3/4/97-Estt.(Pay-II) 07/11/1997
    ix) Annexure to 3/1/85 Establishment( Pay-II) 31/07/1986

    The anomalies in pay fitment policies of ex-serviceman which became evident after implementation of Sixth pay commission and whopping increase in DA on the basic pay thereby, due to inflationary pressure on Rupee, has caused huge disparity between the Basic pay of Senior ESM employee and Junior ESM employees.

    The pay fixation in Bank is done on the basis of the Gross pay quoted in his LPC issued by Defense service, the Gross pay amount quoted in Defense LPC is considered in such a way for the purpose of pay fitment of ESMs that DA received at the time of retirement decides the amount of Basic pay an exserviceman is eligible to get on reemployment in PSBs.

    For instance, the ESM who retired between Jan - Jun 2006, his reckonable gross pay would be the amount in Pay in band Plus the amount in Grade Pay. There will not be any DA as it is 0% during Jan06- Jun06.

    Let this amount be Rs 10000/-(P in B) + Rs2400 (Gr Pay)=Rs 12400.

    Now let us assume that this ESM was not fortunate enough to join PSBs immediately after retirement from military services and therefore had to wait for atleast one and half year.

    Assume that in one and half year of time govt announces 18% hike in DA to handle inflationary pressure on Rupee. This ESM who could join a PSB in Nov 2007 will not get his Basic Pay fixed at Rs 12400/- but it will reduced to an amount of Rs 10600/- because 18% DA on Rs 10600/- equals Rs 1908/- and Basic pay +DA in bank should be just more than the gross pay that he received as per LPC in Defense service.

    On the backdrop the following points may please be noted.

    1) DA for central government employees are revised twice a year and this revision is different from Bank employees.
    2) DA increment for central government employees is not constant all the time as it depends upon the inflationary pressure on the money. Some times it was raised by 3% and sometimes by 10%.
    3) Ex-servicemen do not get immediate employment just after retirement. Some of them gets employment after one year, some get after two years and some of them may have to wait for more time. Thus it may be noted that an ex-servicemen who retired at the time of implementation of 6th CPC i.e in Jan or Feb 2006 and joined a PSB after one year of retirement from military service will get his basic pay fixed at the lowest level because of the nil DA he received at the time of retirement. But an exserviceman who retired in 2012 and joins after one year will get his basic pay fixed at the highest level because of the enhanced amount of DA that he received at the time of retirement from Military Service.

    The points tabulated in the Annexure can be compared to understand the disparity in detail.

    The following website and links will also establish the facts mentioned in this letter.

    http://ccis.nic.in/CP_Circular_Report.asp?MinCode=2&DepCode=2&DivCode=4&SecCode=(0)&CNCode=1&MctCode=3&SctCode=10&ArchCode=2


    http://persmin.gov.in/
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    Default Re: Pay protection for ex-servicemen(defence)


    This information as a blog may serve the needs of servicemen rather then confining as a post.
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