AP PRC Report 2021 | AP 11th Pay Revision Commission Report 2021

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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF SECRETARIES HEADED BY

THE CHIEF SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT

TO EXAMINE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE

11TH PAY REVISION COMMISSION

AP PRC Report 2021 | AP 11th Pay Revision Commission Report 2021 11th PRC Report AP CS Released Report 2021 in AP 11th PRC Master Scales  AP PRC Calculator 2021 AP PRC 2021 AP PRC  2010 Pay Scale Tables  REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF SECRETARIES HEADED BY  THE CHIEF SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT  TO EXAMINE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE  11TH PAY REVISION COMMISSION


AP PRC Report 2021 | AP 11th Pay Revision Commission Report 2021

AP PRC Report 2021 | AP 11th Pay Revision Commission Report 2021 11th PRC Report AP CS Released Report 2021 in AP 11th PRC Master Scales  AP PRC Calculator 2021 AP PRC 2021 AP PRC  2010 Pay Scale Tables
The Government of Andhra Pradesh has constituted the 11th Pay Revision Commission (PRC), vide the G.O. Ms. No.75, General Administration (SC-A), dated 28-05-2018. The terms of reference (ToRs) of the 11th PRC are as mentioned hereunder
The 11th Pay Revision Commission has submitted its report to the Government on 05-10-2020

Recommendations of 11th PRC

Government Employees Pay Scale & Fitment:

a. Retention of the concept of Master Scale with 32 Grades and 83 stages (increase from 81)

b. Evolution of new pay scale by merging 100% of Dearness Allowance (as on 01.07. 2018) with Basic Pay and adding a fitment benefit of 27 % on Basic Pay.

c. Formulation the Master scale with the following features:

i. Minimum Pay ₹.20,000/- per month.

ii. Maximum Pay in the Master scale ₹. 1,79,000/- p.m.

iii. Ratio between Minimum and Maximum of the Scale 1: 8.95.

iv. Annual increment to range from 3% of the pay in initial stages to 2.34% at the end.

v. Periodicity of increase in increment is recommended to be 3 years up to stage 72 in the Master Scale

vi. Continue grant of stagnation increments beyond time scale up to 5.

vii. The new pay scales to come into effect from 1.7.2018.

viii. Monetary benefit implementation date left to Government

Major Allowances
  1. Dearness Allowance: Recommended a conversion factor of 0.91 for sanction of DA from 1.1.2019 for every 1 % increase in DA sanctioned by the Government of India
  2. House Rental Allowance: While continuing the existing classification and rates of HRA, introduced a new class of cities with a population above 10 lakhs and increased their HRA slab from 20% to 22%.
  3. City Compensatory Allowance: Recommended two slab rates, one for Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada and the second for the 12 other Municipal Corporations. The quantum of allowance is increased for all the pay ranges (Municipal Corporations of Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada ₹400-1000 and other Municipal Corporations ₹,300-750
Fitment

a) The Fitment sanctioned over the past few years has been consistently high in the State. In the 9th PRC, a 39% fitment was sanctioned against the recommended 27% & in the 10th PRC a fitment of 43% was sanctioned against  14 the recommended 29%. Thus, in the last 10 years (2 PRCs), the fitment
sanctioned to the State Government employees was 82%, whereas the fitment sanctioned for Central Government employees for a period of 10 years (7th CPC) was only 14.29%. 

Pay Scales - 11th PRC Recommendation
a) The Master Scale concept is retained with 32 Grades and 83 stages (increased from 81 stages). The  

Master scale is formulated with the following features:

i. Annual increment to range from 3% of the pay in initial stages to 2.34% at the end.
ii. Periodicity of increase in increment is recommended to be 3 years up to stage 72 in the Master Scale, 4 years for stage 73-80 and 2 years thereafter.

b) The New Pay Scale is evolved by merging 100% of Dearness Allowance (as on 01-07-
2018) with Basic Pay and adding the fitment benefit.

c) The ‘Minimum Pay’ for the lowest paid employee is to be ₹.20,000/- per month.

d) The ‘Maximum Pay’ in the Master scale is worked out to Rs1,79,000/- p.m. which
represents a Maximum to Minimum ratio of 8.95.

e) In the event of stagnation in pay scale, grant of up to 5 stagnation increments is
recommended.

f) The Master Scale structure recommended is as follows:
20000-600-21800-660-23780-720-25940--780-28280-850-30830-920-33590-990-36560-
1080-39800-1170-43310-1260-47090-1350-51140-1460-55520-1580-60260-1700-
65360-1830-70850-1960-76730-2090-83000-2240-89720-2390-96890-2540-104510-
2700-112610-2890-121280-3100-130580-3320-140540-3610-154980-3900-170580-
4210-179000 (83 stages)

g) The assignment of pay scales to the different categories of employees would be as
recommended by the Commission in Volumes II, III and IV of this Report.


11th PRC recommendation - Date of Effect of New Pay Scale: 
            
                  The new pay scales may come into effect from 1-7-2018. Government may however take a view regarding the date from which the monetary benefit would accrue keeping in view its resource position and the various demands thereon. Observations/recommendations of the Committee of Secretaries: The Committee recommends the following on Date of effect of New Pay Scale,

a) The Revised Pay Scales 2021 (RPS 2021) may be implemented w.e.f. 1-7-2018 as recommended by the 11th PRC.

b) The Revised Pay Scales for PTD employees (erstwhile APSRTC employees) may be implemented w.e.f. 01-01-2020.

c) The monetary benefit may be implemented w.e.f. 01-10-2022 i.e. salary for the month of October 2022 payable in November 2022.

d) No arrears will accrue since the Interim Relief will continue to be paid till the implementation of the monetary benefit.


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