Sixth Pay Commission for the employees of Pune Municipal Corporation

A special committee appointed to take decisions regarding the implementation of the Sixth Pay Commission for the employees of Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), on Friday gave approval to give the benefits to all the civic employees at PMC. The decision will now come up before the general body for the final approval. The committee has given nine recommendations for the implementation of the sixth pay commission and decided to give the benefits to all the PMC officials and employees.

The committee also said that if necessary funds are not available, they should be made available in the budget. As per the standing committee decision regarding this, Rs 15,000 advance should be given to the employees. The committee has also said that as per the state government directions, the dues should be paid to the employees in five installments. The first installment should be given in 2010-11. The first installment would directly be paid at the provident fund.

The committee has given following recommendations. As per the municipal commissioner’s report, the salary hike should be 40 per cent in addition to the maximum salary amount. The 40 per cent grade pay should be as per the pay scale. The report has also suggested 1.5 per cent hike in the allowances, which the committee decided to hike by another 0.5 per cent.

The revised pay scale after the implementation of Sixth Pay should be hiked to Rs 15,600 to Rs 39,100. The revised pay-scale for city engineer and health chief should be Rs 34,000 to Rs 67,000 as per Pay Band 4. Besides this, the grade pay should be revised to Rs 11,000.

For the post of food inspector, the revised pay scale of Rs 9,300 -Rs 34,800 should be given approval, the recommendations state. It is further decided that the veterinary officer should be given Non-Practicing Allowance (NPA).

Source : Express India.

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