APTF VIZAG: Brief PRC report for employees

Brief PRC report for employees

ఈరోజు జరుగుతున్న జాయింట్ స్టాఫ్ కౌన్సిల్ మీటింగ్ లో పీఆర్సీ రిపోర్ట్ ఇవ్వలేదు. 2,3 రోజుల్లో ఇస్తామన్నారు. 1పేజీ బ్రీఫ్ రిపోర్ట్ ఇచ్చారు.


1. The increase in Basic Pay at the minimum level should be as to fully compensate for the rise in prices of the essential items of human consumption. 2. It should also accommodate certain new items of expenditure which have to be incurred for a decent and

dignified living in a modern civilised society. 3. The quantum of rise in wages in percentage terms should be uniform across all segments of employees in the interest of fairness and equity. 4. The fitment benefit should be allowed so as to bridge the gap between the increase in Minimum Pay, as

determined based on the ILC norms, on 01-07-2018, over that fixed as on the date of implementation of

the last RPS (e. 01-07-2013) less the neutralization of inflationary impact on prices of essential items of

consumption effected through the merger of Dearness Allowance with Basic Pay. Based on this principle,

in the present case the fitment works out to 23%. 5. However, pending receipt of Report of this Commission, on the request of the service associations the State Government has already approved an Interim Relief @ 27% of Basic Pay with monetary benefit from 01-07-2019 vide G.O.Ms. No.60 Finance (PC & TA) Department dated 06-07-2019. Government has further ordered that the Interim Relief shall be adjusted against any benefit that may accrue to the employees on account of revision of scales of pay and other allowances as a result of Government's decision on the Report of the Pay Revision Commission.

6. Based on the above, the Commission recommends the following formula for pay fixation in the revised scales:

a) The existing Basic Pay in the pre-revised scales may be taken into account;

b) Dearness Allowance admissible as on 01.07.2018 (as per AICPIN figures) may be calculated @ 30.392%

on (a) above:

c) A fitment benefit of 27 % of (a) above may be arrived at;

d) The revised basic pay in the new pay-scale applicable to the post shall be fixed at the stage next above the figure arrived at after adding (a), (b) and (c) above or alternatively by multiplying the figure at (a) above by a fitment factor of 1.57392;

e) if an employee's pay, when fixed as above, falls short of the minimum in the relevant revised pay scale,

it shall be fixed at the minimum of the scale.

f) if the amount so fixed exceeds the maximum of the appropriate revised scale, the difference shall be treated as personal pay and should be absorbed in future pay increases or in stagnation increments

(maximum five) sanctioned, if any.

7. The Commission recommends that the pay fixation in the revised pay- scales take effect from 01.07.2018. The Commission however deems it appropriate to leave the decision, regarding the date from which monetary benefit of such fitment should be given, to the Government depending on its resources position.


State Government has approved an Interim Relief @ 27% of Basic Pay with monetary benefit from 01-07-2019 vide G.O.Ms. No.60 Finance (PC & TA) Department dated 06-07-2019. Expenditure on IR till now is estimated at Rs.16,281 cr as shown below


(From 1.07.2019) 4,898.16


2021-22 (Till Date)




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