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CHAPTER - 13

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Source: (i) Pay Revision Rules, 1978, revised in 1983, 1987, 1991 and 2001.

CIVIL SERVICES PAY REVISION RULES, 1978


1. Increments in the Basic Pay Scales: The increments in the Basic Pay Scales shall fall due on Ist day of December, following the completion of at least six months service at a stage in the relevant Basic Pay Scales.Rule-7.

Decision: With effect from the calendar year 1998 onwards, the civil servants retiring on or after the first day of June of a year shall be entitled to the usual annual increment, for the purpose of calculation of his pension only, on completion of six months service in the year of his retirement, irrespective of due date of 1st December following the completion of six months. The above benefit would equally be admissible in the cases of civil servants who die while in service.
No. FD(PRC)1-1/99 dated 24-12-1999. Read with even number dated 27-3-2000.

2)

Fixation of Pay on Transfer from a lower scale to a Higher Scale. (i.e. on Moveover/Upgradation of Post). When a civil servant is allowed to draw pay in the next higher Basic Pay Scale by Moveover or his post having been upgraded, his pay in the higher scale shall be fixed at a stage next above his pay in the lower scale. (Rule-9)

3).

Fixation of pay on promotion: (1) Subject to the provisions of rule-II. (See S.No.4 below) i) Where a civil servant is promoted from a lower to a higher post in BPS-2 to 19 where the stage in the Basic Pay Scale of the higher post, next above the pay of the civil servant concerned in the pay scale of the lower post, gives a pay increase equal to or less than a full increment of the pay scale of the higher post, the initial pay in the Basic Pay Scale of the higher post shall be fixed after allowing a premature increment in the Basic Pay Scale of the higher post; Rule 10(1) (i)

*Decision: Fixation of pay on appointment to a higher post from the lower post by initial recruitment. The provision contained in rule 10(1)(i) as referred above shall also equally apply in the cases where appointment to a higher post from a lower post is made by initial recruitment.

These orders would be effective from 1.5.1977 but no arrears will be allowed on account of refixation of pay prior to 16.3.1999.
FD letter No.FD(PRC)1-1/97 dated 16.3.1999

Note:- Selection grade is treated as at par with promotion for the purpose of fixation of pay. ii) Where a civil servant is promoted from a lower post to a higher post in BPS 20 and above after completion of the minimum length of service prescribed for the relevant grade, his pay in the scale of the higher post shall be fixed at the stage next above his pay in the scale of the lower post; and iii) Where a lower and a higher pay scale have been prescribed for the same post, the pay on promotion from the lower to the higher scale upto Basic Pay Scale 19 shall be fixed in the manner given in clause (1) above.
Rule 10(1), (ii) and (iii)

Note: With effect from 1.6.1991 one premature increment will be granted to the officer B-20 and above on promotion.
No. FD(PRC)1-1/91,dated 15.9.1991.

2)

"If a civil servant: i) at the time of his promotion to a higher post is already drawing pay by way of move-over in the pay scale of the higher post or in a pay scale above the pay scale of the promotion post; or before his promotion to a higher post from a post for which a lower and a higher pay scale has been prescribed, is already drawing pay in the pay scale of the higher post; or is promoted to a post in the same scale in his own line with the only difference that the higher post carries a special pay; or is promoted to a higher post where higher and lower post carry the same scale, He shall be allowed one advance increment in that pay scale w.e.from the date of his promotion." These orders shall take immediate effect. Rule-10(2) substituted vide;
Notification No. FD(SR-I)1-8/76-Vol-II,dated 29.4.1984.

ii)

iii) iv)

Fixation of Pay on Promotion to Higher post Carrying Pay Scale to which the Civil servants have already reached by way of Move-over. iIt has been decided in consultation with the Finance Division that a Civil servant who is promoted to a higher post carrying pay scale to which he has already reached by way of move-over, will be entitled to the benefit of a premature increment i.e. next stage plus one premature increment over the stage which he had reached by way of move-over but not beyond the maximum of pay scale of the higher post to which he has been promoted. These orders would be effective from 1.12.1985 but no arrears would be allowed on account of his re-fixation of pay prior to 01.01.1990. The cases decided prior to 1.12.1985 shall not be re-opened. It has been further decided to allow fixation pay to Civil Servants on their regular promotion from BPS-20 (by move-over) to BPS-20 under F.R.22(a)(i), but not beyond the maximum of the scale of the higher post to which he has been promoted. The orders in para-iii above would be effective from 1.12.1985 but no arrears will be allowed on account of re-fixation of prior to 01.05.1991.
No. FD(PRC)1-1/94,Dated 17.7.1995.

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iii)

iv)

OPTION FOR RE-FIXATION OF PAY IF PROMOTED BETWEEN 2ND JUNE AND 30TH NOV. 3) If a civil servant before reaching the maximum of a Basic Pay Scale is promoted to higher scale between the 2nd June and the 30th November, of a calendar year and his initial pay in the later scale in fixed with reference to his pay in the former scale, he may, at his option, get his pay re-fixed in the higher scale with effect from the Ist day of December of the year of his promotion with reference to his presumptive pay on that date in his pre-promotion scale; provided that if the promotion of a civil servant is subject to the length of prescribed service, he shall be entitled to opt for re-fixation of his pay only if he has completed the prescribed length of service. The above provision equally applies in the cases of selection grade, which is treated at par with promotion for the purpose of pay fixation. Decision: The Government servants promoted between 2nd June and 30th November to a higher post carrying the same pay scale in which they are already drawing pay shall also be entitled to the re-fixation of pay in the above manner. This decision will be effective from Ist; June, 1991 without arrears.
Rule-10 read with Notification NO.FD(SR-I)16-1/98, dated 13-1-2000. No.FD(PRC)1-1/2000, dated 2-9-2000.

3)

Admissibility of increments on promotion to a post in Basic Pay Scale 18 and above. If a civil servant is appointed by promotion to a post in Basic Pay Scale 18 or above before he completes the length of service prescribed for the higher post, he shall be entitled to draw the pay; i) at the minimum of the Basic Pay Scale of the higher post till such time as he completes the prescribed length of service and the next increment shall accrue to him on the first day of December, following the completion of the prescribed length of service or following the completion of at least six months service in the scale, whichever is later, admissible to him from time to time in the lower post held by him immediately before his promotion to the higher post, if that be more beneficial to him till such time as he completes the prescribed length of service when his pay shall be fixed in the manner prescribed in rule 10 and the next increment shall accrue to him on Ist day of December, following the completion of at least 6 months service in the relevant Basic Pay Scale.
Rule 11

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Prescribed length of service for the purpose of pay and increments. (See S.No.3 and 4) a) The minimum length of service (in BPS-17 and above) prescribed for the purpose of drawal of pay and increments on promotion to posts carrying BPS-18 and above shall be as under: BPS of the Post BPS-18 BPS-19 BPS-20 BPS-21 BPS-22 Length of Service 5 years 12 years 17 years 22 years 22 years.

In calculating the service rendered in BPS-17 and above, half of the service rendered in BPS-16 and 1/4th of service rendered in scale below-16, if any, shall be added for the purpose of computing total length of service. These orders shall take immediate effect.
No. FD(PRC)1-1/86-VI(B),dated 5.6.1986.

b) Service rendered in the Federal Government or any other Provincial Government shall also be taken into account for the purposes of, and in the manner specified in Clause(a). Rule 11 of Civil Services Pay Revision Rules,1978.

5.

ENTERTAINMENT OF ADDITIONAL CHARGE AND GRANT OF EXTRA RENUMERATION FOR HOLDING ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF POSTS UNDER F.R.49 With a view to streamlining the cases of additional charge and payment of extra remuneration the following consolidated instructions are issued: i) Distribution Of Work Of A Vacant Post. The work of a vacant post, as far as possible, be distributed among more than one Govt.: Servant of the same status and designation available in the Department/Office. ii) Additional Charge Arrangement. Where the distribution of the work among more than one Government Servant is not feasible, the charge of the vacant post may be entrusted in the entirety, to another Government Servant in an equivalent scale/status. This arrangement should not be made for a period less than one month and should not exceed three months and it should be allowed with specific approval of the Secretaries/Heads of the Attached Departments/Heads of Department not below BPS-20. However, it may be extended by another three months with the approval of next higher authority. Immediately on the expiry of six months of the full additional charge of the particular vacant post, the post shall be treated as having been abolished and its duties automatically becoming part of the normal duties of the other existing posts of the same category in the department concerned. The post so treated as abolished shall not be revived without the concurrence of the Finance Department. iii) Prior Approval Of The Finance Department. a. b. Before making full additional charge arrangement prior approval of the Finance Department may be obtained. Where it is not possible to obtain prior approval of Finance Department for cogent reasons, the proposal should be initiated immediately after making such arrangement and in any case not later than ten days from the date of making such arrangement. In such cases detailed reasons for which prior approval of Finance Department could not be obtained may invariably be given. However, Finance Deptt; reserves the right to accept or reject the reasons advanced by the department concerned after examination of the case on merits.

iv)

Additional Remuneration. Additional Charge/Duel Charge Allowance shall be sanctioned by the Finance Department at a uniform rate of 20% of basic pay subject to above conditions. In special cases of heavy and sensitive nature of additional charge, more special dispensation can be considered by the Finance Department/Provincial Government on case to case basis.
No.FD(SR-I)3-19/92, Dated 12.8.1997. No.FD (SR-I)3-19/92 dt: 7-8-1999

6.

APPOINTMENT ON ACTING CHARGE BASIS.

A Civil Servant on appointment to hold a post on acting charge basis, shall: a). Assume full duties and responsibilities of the post and exercise all statutory, Administrative and financial powers vested in the regular incumbent of the post; and during the period of such appointment, be entitled to draw fixed pay equal to the minimum stage of the pay at which his pay would have been fixed had he been appointed to that post on regular basis. Service rendered on acting charge basis in the scale applicable to the post shall not count for purposes of drawl of increments in that grade. It shall, however, count to wards increment in the scale of pay held immediately before appointment on acting charge basis so that on reversion from acting charge appointment his pay in the lower grade should be fixed at the same stage which he would have reached, but for appointment to the higher post.

b).

Authority: Rule 8-A in civil servants (appointments, promotion & transfer) rules 1975.

7)

Fixation of Pay on Re-Employment: When a retired civil servants is re-employed under Govt. or under the Government owned/controlled autonomous/semiautonomous bodies and corporations, after superannuation or after completion of 30 years pensionable service, the initial pay of such a Civil Servant shall be fixed at the minimum of the scale of pay of the post in which he is re-employed. Increments will be earned under normal rules and full pension will be admissible in addition to pay. In the case of retired Civil servants other than those above, the mode of fixation will be as under:-

a) b)

Where the new post carries a fixed pay, he should be allowed the pay of that post less pension. Where the new post carries a time scale of pay; i) If the substantive pay last drawn by the officer before retirement was less than the minimum of the scale of the new post, he should be allowed the minimum of the scale less pension.
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ii)

If the substantive pay last drawn was more than the minimum of the scale but less than the maximum of the scale of new post, his pay should be fixed at the stage in the scale corresponding to the pay last drawn or if there be no such stage, at the next lower stage in the scale. From the pay so fixed the amount of pension should be deducted. Where the substantive pay drawn immediately before retirement was more than maximum of the scale of the post in which the officer is employed, his pay may be fixed at the minimum of the scale of the post in which he is re-employed and he may be allowed to draw his pension in addition to the pay fixed subject to the condition that the initial pay fixed plus the amount of pension does not exceed the substantive pay drawn by him immediately before retirement. Once the pay is so fixed he will be entitled to draw increments in the scale of the post provided that the amount of pay (including increments) plus pension does not, at any stage, exceed the substantive pay drawn before retirement. A re-employed Civil servant should earn increments in all cases where pay has been fixed in a scale at a stage lower than the maximum. In case a re-employed pensioner is promoted to a higher post, his pay should be fixed in such a manner as if he was a serving officer with the difference that from the pay so determined the pension would be deducted. In a case where officiating pay higher than the substantive pay was drawn for a continuous period of 3 years or more immediately before retirement, the officiating pay drawn before retirement may be treated as substantive pay for the purpose of these orders. The pay of the retired military personnel re-employed in civil posts may also be fixed in accordance with the above principles. In their case substantive pay shall also include the following employments; provided that they were drawn before retirement/release/leave/leave pending reretirement for a continuous period of three years or more: a) b) c) d) e) Command/Staff/Charge Pay. Instructional Pay. Qualifications Pay. Disturbance Pay. The word "Pension" wherever used in these orders means pension before commutation and/or surrender.
Rule.9.5 read with, No. FD(SR-I)/1-67/82 dated 24.8.1983.

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iv) v)

vi)

vii)

Note-I: With effect from 1.1.1984, pay of the retired Defence Services Personnel below commissioned Rank will be fixed with reference to pay of the substantive rank or temporary rank if held for one year before retirement plus full military pension.

No.SOSR-III(FD)28-120/73-Vol-III,Dated 8.9.1987.

Note-II: The senior post allowance and qualification pay are not allowed to retired Civil Servants on re-employment/contractual appointments.
No. SOSR-III(FD)28-120/73-Vol-III,dated 2.7.1996.

8)

PROTECTION OF PERSONAL PAY FOR HIGHER QUALIFICATION It has been decided that the personal pay on account of higher qualification shall not be absorbed/adjusted but shall be treated as part of the time scale of pay for the purpose of fixation of pay of the Civil Servant concerned on the promotion/selection grade/move-over. No arrears prior to 1-1-1999 shall, however, be admissible.
No.FD(SR-I)15-2/98 dated 26-1-1999.

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UPGRADATION OF POST BETWEEN 2ND JUNE & 30TH NOVEMBER Where a post is upgraded between the 2nd June and 30th November of a calendar year, the increment of such a post shall be allowed refixation of pay with reference to his Notional Pay in the lower scale on Ist December of that year subject to the exercise of an option by the incumbent of the post, provided that other conditions of earning the increment are fulfilled. These orders will take effect from 5.6.1986.
No. FD(PRC)1-1/86-VI(A),Dated 5.6.1986

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ADMISSIBILITY OF ANNUAL INCREMENT DUE TO INTRODUCTION OF BPS-1983

Promotion between 2.6.1983 and 30.6.1983. The conditions of 6 months service to earn increment has already been relaxed in BPS-83, the employees promoted to higher posts between 2.6.1983 to 30.6.1983 are entitled to receive their normal increment on 1.12.1983. Promotion between 1.7.1983 and 30.11.1983. Increment on 1.12.1983 is not admissible to employees promoted between 1.7.1983 and 30.11.1983, since they have not completed 6 months service in term of rule-7 of Civil Service Pay revision rules, 1978. Appointment between 2.6.1983 and 30.11.1983. Employees appointed upto 30.6.1983 and who were in receipt of pay in Revised National Pay Scale would receive their Ist increment in BPS on 1.12.1983, but the employees appointed between Ist July and 30th November, 1983, would be entitled to receive their Ist increment in BPS on 1.12.1984 instead of 1.12.1983.

Employees who have opted For refixation of Pay on or after 1.7.1983. They will not be entitled to receive increment in BPS on 1.12.1983. Their cases will be regulated under rule-7 read with rule 10(3) of the civil services pay revision rules, 1978.
No.FD(PRC)1-1/85-IV dated 29.4.1985

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AWARD OF SELECTION GRADE IN DIFFERENT CADRES. It has been decided in consultation with the Federal Government as well as the Services & General Administration Department to lay down the following conditions for grant of Selection Grade/Senior Scale:a. b. Selection Grade may be granted on the basis of Seniority-cum-fitness. The official to whom Selection Grade is proposed to be granted must have successfully completed his probationary period and must possess the following length of service in his existing Pay Scale:i. For grant of Selection Grade in BPS-18 and above. ii. For grant of Selection Grade in BPS-17 and below. As prescribed for promotion to those Pay Scales. Three years service in the existing pay Scales of the post.

The above provisions shall operate after the posts are placed in selecting grade/senior scale.
FD letter No.FD(PRC)1-1/96-97 dated 9.10.97 read with No.FD(SR-I)16-9/99 dated 12-5-1999.

CHART OF PAY SCALES


SCA LE No. W.E.F 1/5/1977 AND 1/7/1981 W.E.F. 1/7/1983 W.E.F. 1/7/1987 W.E.F 1/6/1991 W.E.F 1/6/1994

B-1 B-2 B-3 B-4 B-5 B-6

250-5-280/6-340-7375 260-6-302/7-365-8405 270-7-326/8-390-9435 280-8-352/9-415-12475 290-10-350/12-47014-540 315-12-399/14-52516-605

440-10-640 460-12-700 480-14-760 500-16-820 520-18-880 540-20-940

600-13860 625-16945 650-191030 675-221115 700-251200 725-281285

920-261310 945-321425 975-371530 1005-431650 1035-491770 1065-541875

1245-351770 1275-441935 1320-502070 1360-582230 1400-662390 1440-732535

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B-7 B-8 B-9 B-10 B-11 B-12 B-13 B-14 B-15 B-16 B-17 B-18 B-19 B-20 B-21 B-22

335-14-447/16-57518-665 370-16-514/18-64022-750 390-20-590/22-70024-820 410-22-520/24/76028-900 430-24-550/28-83030-980 460-28-600/30-90032-1060 490-30-790/32-95035-1125 520-30-730/35-101040-1210 550-35-900/40-110050-1350 625-40-825/50-132560-1625 900-50-1150/601750-100-2250 1350-75-1650/1002650 2250-100-3050 2600-125-3600 3000-150-4200 3250-200-4850

560-231020 590-261110 620-291200 660-321300 700-351400 750-401550 800-451700 850-501850 900-552000 1050-802250 1600-1203040 2100-1503600 3200-1604480 3800-1805240 4200-2256000 4500-2506500

750-311370 790-341470 830-381590 870-421710 910-461830 970-522010 1035-582195 1100-642380 1165-712583 1350-1052925 2065-1553925 2710-1954660 4130-2055770 4900-2356780 5420-2907740 5800-3258400

1095-601995 1140-652115 1185-722265 1230-792415 1275-862565 1355-962795 1440-1073045 1530-1193315 1620-1313585 1875-1464065 2870-2155450 3765-2716475 5740-2858590 6810-32510060 7535-40511585 8075-45012575

1480-812695 1540-882860 1605-973060 1660-1073265 1725-1163465 1830-1303780 1950-1444110 2065-1614480 2190-1774845 2535-1975490 3880-2907360 5085-3668745 7750-38511600 9195-44013595 10190-54515640 10900-61017000

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Copy of the letter No.F.I(5)Imp/2001, dated 04-09-2001, issued by Abdul Sattar Sadiq, Deputy Secretary, Finance Division (Regulations Wing) Islamabad. OFFICE MEMORANDUM Subject:REVISION OF BASIC PAY SCALE AND FRINGE BENEFITS OF CIVIL EMPLOYEES (BPS.1-22) OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT (2001). The President has been pleased to sanction, with effect from 1 st December 2001, a scheme, as detailed below, of the Basic Pay Scales, Allowances and Pensions, 2001 for the civil employees of the Federal Government in BpS-1 to 22 paid from the Civil Estimates and from the Defence Estimates respectively as shown in the following paragraphs. PART-1. BASIC PAY SCALE AND ALLIED MATTERS. 2. Basic Pay Scales. The existing basis pay scales and the revised basic pay

scales are shown in Annexure-I to this O.M. The revised basic pay scales shall replace the existing Basic Pay Scales, 1994, and shall be effective from 1st December, 2001. 3. Discontinuation of Allowance. The following allowance shall cease to

be payable on introduction of the revised pay scales w.e.f., 01-12-2001. i. ii. iii. 4. Cost of Living Allowance to BS-1 to BS-22 @ 7% of basic pay. Adhoc relief of Rs.300/- p.m. and Rs.100/- p.m. to BS-1 to 16 (inclusive of BPS-17 by virtue of Move-Over). Secretariat/Personal Allowance. Special Additional Allowance. Special Additional Allowance sanctioned

vide Finance Division O.M. No.F.1(7)Imp/99, dated 23rd July, 1999 shall be frozen at the level drawn as on date of issue of this O.M.

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5.

Initial Fixation of Pay. (1) Pay of the employees in service on 30-11-

2001 shall be fixed at the stage in the revised pay scales which is as many stages above the minimum as the stage occupied by him above the minimum of the 1994 Basic Pay Scale. 5. Pay Fixation on Promotion (2) The existing provisions regulating the

fixation of pay in case of promotion from lower to a higher post shall continue to apply. 6. of this O.M. 7. Pay Fixation of employees in Selection Grade and those who have Selection Grade and Move-Over. Selection Grade in the scheme of

Basic Pay Scales and Move-Over scheme shall stand discontinued w.e.f. the date of issue

Moved Over to higher scale. Pay of an existing employee drawing pay by move-over shall be fixed with reference to the pay scale of the post for the time being held by him. In case the employee was drawing pay in a Selection Grade, his pay will be fixed in the Selection Grade Pay Scale. The stage of fixation will be arrived at after allowing increments on notional basic in the original scale of the post or the Selection Grade, in 1994 Basic Pay Scales, up to the point of existing pay. Pay of the employees will then be fixed at the relevant stage in the revised pay scales 2001. Example-I Assistant, BS-11 Selection Grade, BS-15 Moved Over BS-16 and in receipt of pay of Rs.5490/-. Pay will be fixed in BS-15 i.e. Selection Grade pay scale at Rs.8320/- as under: 1994 Scale 2001 Scale Stage 15 4845 7260 Stage 16 5022 7525 Stage 17 5199 7790 Stage 18 5376 8055 Stage 19 5553 8320

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Example-II Pay fixation of an employee in BS-11 who has moved over to BS-14 and is in receipt of basic pay of Rs.4480/- will be fixed after allowing notional increments in BS-11 of 1994 Basic Pay Scales to the stage of basic pay drawn. Pay in revised BPS-11 will be fixed at the corresponding stage of Rs.6790/- as under:
BS-11 Stage 1994 Pay 15 Scale 3465 BS-11 2001 Pay 5215 Scale Stage 16 3581 5390 Stage Stage 17 18 3697 5565 3813 5470 Stage 19 3929 5915 Stage 20 4045 6090 Stage 21 4161 6265 Stage 22 7277 6440 Stage 23 4393 6615 Stage 24 4509 6790

Example-III Pay fixation of an employee in BS-5 who has moved over to BS-11 and is in receipt of basic pay of Rs.3465/- will be fixed after allowing notional increments in BS-5 of 1994 BPS up to the stage of basic pay drawn. Since basis pay of Rs.3465/- is beyond the 30 stages in notional BS-5, (1994 BPS), & Resultantly more than the 30 stages of BPS 2001, therefore, his pay will be fixed at the notional 32nd stage i.e. at Rs.5300/-. The difference of Rs.200/- (Rs.5300-5100) will be personal to him as under: BS-5 1994 BS-5 2001. Stage 30 3380 5100 Stage 31 3446 5200 Stage 32 3512 5300

In such cases future increments upto a maximum of 3 years will also be allowed as personal to such employees. 8. Date of Increment. Annual increment shall continue to be admissible

subject to the existing conditions, on the 1st December each year.

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9.

Special Pays/Allowances for Offices.

The Special Pays/Allowances

sanctioned to offices as percentage of Pay shall be discontinued on the introduction of revised pay scales w.e.f. 01-12-2001 and adjusted in future increments. 10. Advance Increments. The existing scheme of advance increments is

discontinued w.e.f. 01-12-2001. A fresh scheme, if any, will be introduced in due course. PART-III PENSION AND COMMUTATION. 16. Pension. The Government has made the following reforms in pension/

commutation scheme w.e.f. 01-12-1991 in respect of civil pensioners of Federal Government including civilian paid from Defence Estimates as well as retired Armed Forces Personnel. a) Commutation Table shall be replaced by the new Commutation Table at Annexure-II to this Office Memorandum. b) Commutation upto 40% of gross pension shall be admissible at the option of the pensioner. c) The additional benefit of 10% for extra years of service after completion of 30 years of qualifying service in respect of Civil Pensioners shall be discontinued. d) The increase in pension @ 20% & 25% to Civil Pensioners allowed vide this Divisions O.M. No.F(1)Reg.6/99, dated 23-7-1999 shall be discontinued. e) The benefit of restoration of surrendered portion of pension in lieu of commutation/gratuity shall be withdrawn.

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f)

In future, the increase in pension to the pensioners shall be allowed on net pension instead of gross pension.

g)

All the pensioners shall be allowed an increase in net pension (inclusive of dearness increases allowed in the past) as follows: Increase in net pension

i) Pensioners who retired prior to the introduction of 1991 Basic Pay Scales. ii) Pensioners who retired prior to the introduction of 1994 Basic Pay Scales but on or after the introduction of 1991 Pay Scales. iii) Pensioners who retired on or after the introduction of 1994 Basic Pay Scales and upto the date of introduction of revised Basic Pay Scales i.e., 01-12-2001. Option. (a)

15%

10%

5%

17.

All the existing civil employees (BPS-1 to 22) of the

Federal Government shall within 45 days from the date of issue of this office memorandum, exercise an option in writing addressed to the Audit Office concerned in the case of employees in BPS-16 and above and to the DDO concerned in the case of employees in BPS-15 and below, either to draw pay in the existing pay Scales of 1994 or in the Revised Basic Pay Scales and Pension/Commutation Scheme, 2001 as specified in this O.M. option once exercised shall be final. (b) An existing employee as aforesaid, who does not exercise and

communicate such an option within the specified time limit, shall be deemed to have opted to continue to draw salary in basic pay scales of 1994 and Pension/Commutation as per existing formulate. 18. The government servant who will retire w.e.f. 01-07-2001 shall be given

the benefit of revised pay scales on presumptive basis discounted by 5% increase in

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pension if availed, subject to the condition that all those who may like to avail this benefit should opt for the entire package i.e. revised schemes of Basic Pay Scales as contained in Part-I and revised package of pension as contained in part-III of this O.M. 19. All existing rules/orders on the subject shall be deemed to have been

modified to the extent indicated above. All existing rules/orders not so modified shall continue in force under this scheme. 20. Anomalies. An Anomalies Committee shall be setup in the Finance

Division (Regulations Wing) to resolve the anomalies if any, arising in the implementation of this Office Memorandum. Sd/xxx (ABDUL RAUF MALIK) JOINT SECRETARY (R)

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ANNEXURE-II TO FINANCE DIVISIONSS O.M. NO.F.1(5)Imp/2001, DATED SEPTEMBER 04, 2001 EXISTING AND REVISED PAY SCALES.
Age next Birthday 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 COMMUTATION TABLE No.of years Age next Birthday purchased 40.5043 51 39.7341 52 38.9653 53 38.1974 54 37.4307 55 36.6651 56 35.9006 57 35.1372 58 34.3750 59 33.6143 60 32.8071 61 32.0974 62 31.3412 63 30.5869 64 29.8343 65 29.0841 66 28.3362 67 27.5908 68 26.8482 69 26.1009 70 25.3728 71 24.6406 72 23.9126 73 23.1840 74 22.4713 75 21.7592 76 21.0538 77 20.3555 78 19.6653 79 18.9841 80 18.3129 No.of years purchased 17.6526 17.0050 16.3710 15.7517 15.1478 14.5602 13.9888 13.4340 12.8953 12.3719 11.8632 11.3684 10.8872 10.4191 9.9639 9.5214 9.0914 8.6742 8.2697 7.8778 7.4983 7.1314 6.7766 6.4342 6.1039 5.7858 5.4797 5.1854 4.9030 4.6321

ACCOUNTANT GENERAL, PAKISTAN REVENUES, SUB-OFFICE,

No.TM(F)/T-40/Pay-Rev/2001-02/1804. Dated 10/09/2001 Copy forwarded for information and necessary action to: 1. All DAOs/AAOs. 2. All Officers & all sections in this sub-office. Sd/xxx Asstt; Accounts Officer, AGPR, Sub-Office

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ANNEXURE-I TO FINANCE DIVISIONS O.M. NO.F.1(5)Imp/2001, DATED SEPTEMBER 04, 2001 EXISTING AND REVISED PAY SCALES. PAY SCALES OF 1994 (CIVIL) Scale Min: Incre: Max: Stages 1 1245 35 1770 15 2 1275 44 1935 15 3 1320 50 2070 15 4 1360 58 2230 15 5 1400 66 2390 15 6 1440 73 2535 15 7 1480 81 2695 15 8 1540 88 2860 15 9 1605 97 3060 15 10 1660 107 3265 15 11 1725 116 3465 15 12 1830 130 3780 15 13 1950 144 4110 15 14 2065 161 4480 15 15 2190 177 4845 15 16 2535 197 5490 15 17 3880 290 7360 12 18 5085 366 8745 10 19 7750 385 11600 10 20 9195 440 13595 10 21 10190 545 15640 10 22 10900 610 17000 10 REVISED PAY SCALES, 2001 (CIVIL) Scale Min: Incre: Maxi: Stages 1 1870 55 3520 30 2 1915 65 3865 30 3 1980 75 4230 30 4 2040 85 4590 30 5 2100 100 5100 30 6 2160 110 5460 30 7 2220 120 5820 30 8 2310 130 6210 30 9 2410 145 6760 30 10 2490 160 7290 30 11 2590 175 7840 30 12 2745 195 8595 30 13 2925 215 9375 30 14 3100 240 10300 30 15 3285 265 11235 30 16 3805 295 12655 30 17 6210 465 15510 20 18 8135 585 19835 20 19 12400 615 24700 20 20 14710 950 28010 14 21 16305 1070 31285 14 22 17440 1250 34940 14

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