Regulation of initial pay of an officer promoted to a Non-Technical Central Service, Class I
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
(DEPARTMENT OF EXPENDITURE)
NEW DELHI-2, the 30th October, 1961.
Subject:- Regulation of initial pay of an officer promoted to a Non-Technical Central Service, Class I.
The undersigned is directed to refer to say that prior to the revision of the scales of pay of the various posts and Services under the Government of India on the basis of the recommendations of the Pay Commission, the initial pay of an officer promoted to the junior scale of an “Established Central Service, Class I” (viz., Rs.350-350-380-380-30-590-EB-30-770—40-850) was being fixed at the first stage on Rs.380/- or at the stage admissible under the ordinary rules relating to the initial fixation of pay, whichever was more beneficial to the officer.
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2.Consequent on the revision of the scales of pay with effect from 1st July, 1950, in respect of the following non-technical Services, which were formerly included in the “Established Central Services, Class I, as single revised scale of Rs.400-400-450-30-510-EB-700-40-1100-50/2-1250 has been prescribed in place of the existing junior and senior scales.
(a)Indian Audit & Accounts Service.
(b)Indian Customs Service.
(d)Central Excise Service.
(e)Indian Postal Service.
3.A question has arisen whether an officer promoted to these Services in the integrated scale of Rs.400-1250 should have his initial pay fixed at Rs.450/- or at the stage admissible under the normal rules relating to initial fixation of pay whichever is more beneficial to him.
4.The President is pleased to decide that the initial pay fixation of promotees to three Services may be done in the manner indicated in para 3 above.
5.These orders shall be effective from 1st July, 1959. In so far as persons serving in the Indian Audit & Accounts Department are concerned, these orders have been issued after consultation with the Comptroller &Auditor General.
DEPUTY SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA.