Friday, October 2, 2020

AP 11 th Pay Revision Commission Proposals to Government Pay Allowances and other service conditions

AP 11 th Pay Revision Commission Proposals to Government Pay Allowances and other service conditions

AP 11 th Pay Revision Commission  Proposals to Government  Pay Allowances  and other service conditions / 11th PAY REVISION COMMISSION QUESTIONNAIRE PAY, ALLOWANCES AND OTHER SERVICE CONDITIONS GENERAL PRINCIPLES GOVERNING PAY SCALES AND ALLOWANCES Minimum and Maximum Pay


AP 11 th Pay Revision Commission  Proposals to Government  Pay Allowances  and other service conditions


The core components of the pay/pension packet of a Government employee consist of 

(1) Basic Pay, (2) Dearness Allowance/Dearness Relief and (3) HouseRent Allowance and City Compensatory Allowance depending upon the station (not applicable to pensioners). 






While Basic Pay/Pension and Special Allowances get revised periodically once in 5/6 years based on the recommendations of the PRC and the decision of the Government thereon, Dearness Allowance/ Relief (DA/DR) provides fora concurrent compensation to take care of the fluctuations in the cost of living index as captured in the twelve monthly moving average of the All India Consumer Price Indexfor the Industrial Workers and computed by the Labour Bureau, Shimla. 


TheHouseRent Allowance (HRA) takes care of the expenditure incurred by the employee on housing and City Compensatory Allowance takes care of higher cost of living in selected cities. The Special Allowances render a financial support to the employees for performing jobs of special or arduous nature or those involving elements of risk and employees who deserve special support e.g – Differently Abled employees. Needless to say, all components of the pay and allowances packet need to be reviewed comprehensively in a holistic manner so as to take care of the changing working environment.





The State of Andhra Pradesh had earlier constituted ten Pay Revision Commissions. An Anomalies/Regrouping Committee followed the 1986 Pay Revision while Anomalies Committees followed the 1993, 1999, 2005 and 2010 Pay Revisions.

The concept of Master Scale was first time introduced by the 1993 Pay Revision Commission. 


The Pay Scales identified for different categories of posts are only 2 segments of the Master Scale. The subsequent Pay Revision Commissions have also found merit in adopting and continuing the concept of Master Scale. Among others, the last (10th) Pay Revision Commission recommended for :–


A minimum pay of Rs.13000/- and maximum pay of Rs.1,10,850 and thus the ratio between minimum and maximum worked out to 1:8.527

Continuance of the Master Scale with progressively rising increments (in absolute terms).

Continuance of the Automatic Advancement Scheme on completion of 6, 12, 18 and 24 years.

Continuance of Special Pays and other allowances keeping in view the rationale adopted by the earlier Commissions.


Sanction of five stagnation increments.

Now the following QUESTIONNAIRE is designed to elicit your views on the pay structure and related matters which come under the purview of terms of reference of the 11th Pay Revision Commission


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