G.O.Ms.No.46 Dated: 30-04-2015
- In the order first read above, the Government constituted the Tenth Pay Revision Commission (PRC) to make recommendations on a range of issues relating to effective management of public servants' services, especially the pay and allowances, that were summarized in the terms of reference (TOR) of the commission
- The Pay Revision Commission submitted its report to the Government on May 29, 2014, and recommended, among others, fixation of pay in the Revised Scales with the following key characteristics:
- 1) merge the Dearness Allowance (DA) existing on July 01, 2013, i.e., 63.344%sanctioned in the Government order second read above
- revised Master Scale of Rs.13000-390-14170-430-15460-470-16870-510-18400- 550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220- 950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460- 58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160- 91450-2330-100770-2520-110850;
- retain 32 grades which are segments of the revised Master Scale; and
- fitment benefit of 29% of the basic pay for fixing pay in the Revised Scales of Pay.
- The Government, in order fourth read above, appointed a Group of Ministers to hold consultations with the service associations. Accordingly, the Group of Ministers held extensive consultations with the service associations submitted its deliberations to the Government.
- The Government, after due consideration of the submissions of the Chairman and other office bearers of the Joint Action Committee of Employees, Teachers, Workers and Pensioners of Andhra Pradesh, and the Chairman and other office bearers of the Andhra Pradesh Secretariat Employees Co-Ordination Committee, and a view to promote the 2 welfare of the employees and to reinforce their commitment to the development of the new State of Andhra Pradesh, has agreed for a grant of:
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