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Designation: Junior Engineer
Name of Post: Junior Engineer ( Civil & Mechanical)
Pay Band : 9300-34800/- + Grade pay Rs. 4200/-
Age: 20 - 28 years
Qualification: Degree / Diploma in Civil & Mech. Engg from recognized University/Institute with at
least 50% marks (in case of SC/ST/OBC 45% marks)
No. of Post: 5, (UR-2, OBC-1, SC-1, ST-1)
Pls someone let me know Grade pay?
Your priceless views are invited, pls tell me.
Grade pay on non functional basis simply means that a person who has not been promoted to a higher grade but given grade pay of higher post. It means that he will continue to work in his previous post but will draw higher pay. On grant of non fuctional Grade Pay/Pay scale, all the benefit attached to higher Grade Pay/pay scale will be extended to him.
also, after pay comissions revisions some times they pay Grade Pay, it happens mostly in public sectors, govt & manufacturing industry
Pay scale 13500-25520
DA=61.5% as on 01/07/2012
Total allowance on basic=61.5+35+30=126.5%
Basic=13500 increment per year=3% rounded off to nearest 10. i.e 410
Next year, basic=13910
Gross Salary=(9300+4200)*(no. of increments)*(3%)*(100+Perks+HRA+DA)/100
All allowance in % (TA+DA+HRA etc)
do check the below link of sixth pay commission.
This is fixed amount for each grade . the details are in first page only.
with best regards,
capt Rajeshwar Singh
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