Central Civil Services (Revision of Pay) Rules, 1947
Government of India.
Ministry of Finance.
New Delhi, the 20th March, 1948
Subject:- Central Civil Services (Revision of Pay) Rules, 1947.
In continuation of the Ministry’s Office Memorandum No.F.11(1)-Est.(Spl)/47, dated the 15th December, 1947, on the subject mentioned above, the undersigned is directed to say that the following decisions have been taken regarding the fixation of pay under the rules referred to:-
(1) As rule 8(1) (a) of the Central Civil Services (Revision of Pay) Rules, 1947,does not differentiate between annual and biennial increments, an increment is admissible under that rule for every three completed years of service in the corresponding scale irrespective of the increments in the prescribed scale being annual or biennial.
(2) If the increment in the prescribed scale next to the pay fixed under the Rules is biennial, the pay should be deemed to have been fixed at the first stage on the particular rate unless the individual concerned would have reached the second stage on that rate had he been drawing pay in the prescribed scale from the date of his admission to the existing scale in which case his pay will be fixed at the second stage. For the purpose of Rule 10 the next increment of a person fixed at the first stage will take him to the second stage on the same rate and not to the next higher rate in the prescribed scale.
(3) The scale of Rs. 30-1/2-35 prescribed for the lowest category in class IV service carries annual increments of eight annas each and not biennial increments of a rupee each.
2.A corrigendum to the memorandum explanatory of the Central Civil Services (Revision of Pay) Rules, 1947, is enclosed.
Under Secretary to the Government of India.