Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 1960 Fixation of pay of officers holding posts in the revised scale which is a segment starting at Rs.400 of the standard class II Scale.
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
(Department of Expenditure)
New Delhi-2, the 27th June, 1961.
Shri Hot Chand,
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India.
The Accountant General,
Subject:-CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (REVISED PAY) RULES, 1960 FIXATION OF PAY OF OFFICERS HOLDING POSTS IN THE REVISED SCALE WHICH IS A SEGMENT STARTING AT RS. 400 OF THE STANDARD CLASS II SCALE.Sir,
I am directed to refer to your letter No.G.8/CI/Q180, dated the 29th May, 1961, on the subject mentioned above and, to say that the benefit of the notional minimum of Rs.425 in accordance with the orders contained in this Ministry’s office memorandum No. 12(2)-Est.(Spl.)/61, dated the 24th February, 1961, is admissible if the rates of increments are the same as those in the standard Class II prescribed and revised scales. The fact that there is no efficiency bar either, or at both, the stages of Rs. 500 or Rs. 650 in the existing scale or that the efficiency bars are at different stages does not affect the application of the above orders.
Under Secretary to the Government of India.
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Copy of letter No.G.8/CI/180, dated the 29h May, 1961 from the Accountant General, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad to the Under Secretary to the Government of India, Ministry of Finance, (Department of Expenditure) New Delhi.
Subject:- CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICE (REVISED PAY) RULES -1960-FIXATION OF PAY OF OFFICERS HOLDING POSTS IN THE REVISED SCALE WHICH IS A SEGMENT STARTING AT RS. 400/- OF THE STANDARD CLASS II SCALE.
I am to invite a reference to office Memorandum No. 12(2)-Est.(Spl.)/61, dated the 24th February, 1961 on the above subject.
While applying the notional minimum of Rs. 425/- contemplated in the above Memorandum, it is observed that there is no Efficiency Bar at the stage of Rs. 500/- in the existing scale of 350-25-500-30-650-EB-30-800 applicable to Assistant Registrar, Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, as is obtaining in the standard existing Class II scale of 275-25-500-EB-30-650-EB-30-800. A doubt has, therefore, arisen whether the Government of India order can be applied in the case of Assistant Registrars of Income Tax Appellate Tribunal and there pay can be fixed with a notional minimum of Rs. 425/-.
The above position may kindly be clarified early.