Fixation of pay of clerks on unified scales under the Central Civil Services (Revision of Pay) Rules, 1947
Government of India.
Ministry of Finance.
New Delhi, the 22nd June, 1948.
Subject:- Fixation of pay of clerks on unified scales under the Central Civil Services (Revision of Pay) Rules, 1947.
The Government of India have had under consideration the question of liberalizing the method of fixation of pay of clerks on unified scales in the prescribed scales under the Central Civil Services (Revision of Pay) Rules, 1947. It has been decided that the pay of a Government servant holding a post on unified scale should be fixed in the prescribed scale under sub-rule (1) or sub-rule (2) of rule of the Central Civil Services (Revision of Pay) Rules, 1947, according as he is a post-1931 entrant or a pre-1931 entrant. For this purpose, the posts on unified scales should be treated as not “non-permanent” and the pay an individual would have drawn had the points of entry to A, B and C grades been Rs.100, Rs.60 and Rs.46, respectively, should be taken as the “present pay”. In addition to the pay so fixed a Government servant in a class I town will be granted the following amount as personal pay to be absorbed in future increments.
A grade clerk … Rs.20
B grade clerk … Rs.20
C grade clerk … Rs.10.
2.Pay of all Government servants on unified scales on the dates from which they elect the prescribed scales should be refixed in accordance with the above orders. Persons who have already elected the prescribed scale are permitted to change the date of election, the change being intimated in writing to the authority concerned within the period prescribed under rule 7 of the rules referred to. If a Government servant elects to change the date of election, necessary adjustments should be made in respect of the pay and allowances drawn in accordance with the original election provided that in a case where the pay fixed in the prescribed scale is reduced as a result of these orders the amounts overdrawn up to the dater of issue of these orders ..eed not be recovered.
3.Formal amendments in the Central Civil Services (Revision of Pay), Rules, 1947 will be made in due course.
Under Secretary to the Government of India.