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I worked as a peon due to some reason i was chargesheeted and after all the enquiry and everythings done fortunately I am safe but minor/major punishment impose on me is"Reduction to lower stage in time scale of pay by two stages for four years with cumulative effect".. My present Basic Pay is 6450 but they reduced to 6050(two years increment deducted)...
my question what is mean by "four years with cumulative effect", two years has already Gone?? Am I eligible for promotion exam within this period, PLEASE HELP??!!
25th May 2015 From India, Shillong
My understanding is that you will get yur increments after two more years(Two years have gone past already as per what you have written)
25th May 2015 From India, Pune
Sir, this is the next para
"The basic of is hearby reduced from 6450 to 6050 and fixed at 6050 wit effect from the date of this order...
Do u think 2 years gone??? And what about promotion????
25th May 2015 From India, Shillong
My interpretation of stoppage of increments for four years “without cumulative effect” and “with cumulative effect” is like this. In the former case, the employee will not get any increments for four years but at the end of four years when his increment becomes due, he will get all these increments (4 increments which were kept on hold) together with the 5th year increment at a time. In this case the employee is not at a big financial loss. In the latter case, the employee’s basic salary will be fixed at a lower stage and that will remain the same for four years and after four years is over, he will start earning increments from the stage so fixed. If the basic is reduced to 6050 (lowering it by two increments from 6450) then after four years he will start getting the first increment and next year he will reach the stage he was before awarding the punishment, ie, 6450. With this he is actually losing six years of increments.

Whether you are eligible to write the promotion test or not will depend upon the rules of the state ( I presume this is a case of State or Central service Rules and not a private establishment wherein no such wider interpretations of law is required) and if there is nothing preventing from an employee who has already been awarded a punishment from appearing promotion test, then you can also appear. Sometimes, the rules may prescribe for a minimum period before which one cannot appear for such tests.

25th May 2015 From India, Kannur
Sir, Madhu T.K thanks for the answer I am a Bank employee, i dnt know the promotion rules in Bank supose if im eligible to apear promotion to clerk next my basic pay wil be calculated??
25th May 2015 From India, Shillong
Once you are promoted you will be first fixed at the minimum basic pay as applicable to clerk and then give increments according to the length of service. While taking the length of service, the number of years you were not given any increment as part of punishment will not be counted. Fixation will differ from industry to industry and in the same industry, from establishment to establishment. However, in the case of an organised sector, the general fixation policy will be followed. I am not from a Banking sector and therefore, I am unable to comment on how much would be your basic salary if you were given promotion next year.
26th May 2015 From India, Kannur
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