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Hello Seniors, Please help me if I got a pay scale in this form how I am going to read it 4000-100(3)-4300-125(3)-4675-150(3)-5125-175(3)-5650-200(3)-6250 how to read this very very urgent.

K.Ravi - Member Since: Jul 2007
ZAT i dont know ,, but i have seen scales like

5500-175-9000


which means in the specific grade ur basic starts at 5000 with yearly increment of 175 in basic, max to 9000.. something like that I am not sure,, look out for swamis handbook..

Ankdev - Member Since: Mar 2007
[Well it says increment of minimum Rs 100 every year for three years
and after three years the minimum increment would be 125 again for three years and so on.
There can be variation in increment depending on performance but it will not be below the prescribed limit.
Hope it helps


Regards
Ank

atanuguru - Member Since: Nov 2006
4000-100(3)-4300-125(3)-4675-150(3)-5125-175(3)-5650-200(3)-6250

Hi,

U start at 4000 with three increments of 100 each leading to 4300.
Three increments of 125 leading to 4675 from 4300.
And so on and so forth till the top of the scale of 6250.

So, to graduate from a basic pay of 4300 to 6250 per month. one takes 15 years or 15 increments, where the increments are initially 100, then 125, 150 and finally 200.

Hope it makes some sense !!!!!

Regards.............. Guru

gjoshi - Member Since: Nov 2006
Hi,

It can be illustrated as

Basic is 4000- with yearly increment Rs. 100(3) till it reaches -4300

after that it will be increased yearly @ -125(3) till it reaches -4675

after that it will be increased yearly @-150(3)- till it reaches 5125

after that it will be icnreased yeartly @ -175(3)-5650- till it reaches

and so on.....

200(3)-6250

Gaurang

mihir.jha - Member Since: Aug 2007
hi shakeela,

you pay scale under reference is
4000-100(3)-4300-125(3)-4675-150(3)-5125-175(3)-5650-200(3)-6250

This scale may be applicable to various employees having different basic.
It says that the employees falling in this scale will have starting basic as 4000 with annual increment of amount given next to it. The figure in bracket shows the number of years that increment amount will be given. after that it reaches next slab staring with different increment amount will will continue till the number of years shown in consecutive bracket.

So an employee starting from this scale will have basic of 4000 where as some other employee in the same scale but 6 years senior to him will have basic of 4675.

M.K.jha

madhanhr_84 - Member Since: Oct 2009
Dear Sir,

This belongs only to the basic, what about the other allowances?

For Example,
I need to fix a pay scale to a Driver for his remaining service, who is earing 7000/- gross P.M. with 60% basic and other 40% as allowance. Kindly Advice...

Regards,

Madhan.

parasurampur - Member Since: Jan 2008
There are separate circulars each for DA, ADA, HRA, Med.A etc. etc. As per his/her eligibility these will be applicable which are not stated in the pay scale.

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