Selection Grade / Special Grade scales of pay – One Man Commission – Clarification

Letter No. 63305 / Pay Cell / 2010 – 5, dated: 30.11.2010.

From
Thiru K. SHANMUGAM, I.A.S.,
Principal Secretary to Government.

Sir,

Sub: Tamil Nadu Revised Scales of Pay, 2009 – Revision of scales of pay based on the recommendations of One Man Commission, 2010 – Orders issued – Fixation of pay of employees in the Selection Grade / Special Grade – Instructions – Issued – Further clarifications – Regarding.

Ref: 1. G.O.Ms.No.234, Finance (Pay Cell) Department, dated: 01-6-2009.
2. Government Letter.No.45113 / PC / 2009-1, Finance Department, dated: 17–8–2009
3. Government Letter No.63305 / Pay Cell / 2010-1, Finance Department, dated: 8—11–2010.
4. Government Letter No.63305 / Pay Cell / 2010-4, Finance Department, dated: 12–11–2010.

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I am to invite your attention to the references cited.

2. In the reference second cited, among others necessary guidelines on the admissibility of Selection Grade / Special Grade scales of pay notionally with effect from 1-1-2006 and with monetary benefit from 1-8-2010 consequent on the revision of scale of Ordinary Grade scale of pay of certain categories based on the recommendations of One Man Commission were issued. Accordingly a table showing the revised Selection Grade and Special Grade scales of pay has been indicated in Annexure–I therein.

3. In this connection, I am to state that the Ordinary Grade scale of pay of Superintendents and its promotional posts have been revised with effect from 12-12-2007 based on the recommendations of the Official Committee, 2009 and accordingly among others, orders have been issued in the Government Order cited. Subsequently, based on the recommendations of One Man Commission, the scales of pay of certain posts intertransferable with the post of Superintendents have been revised as Rs.9300-34800 + Grade Pay of Rs.4,800/- notionally with effect from 12-12-2007 with monetary benefit from 1-8-2010.

4. Consequent on the issue of clarification in the reference third cited indicating the admissible Selection Grade / Special Grade scales of pay, the Superintendents and the employees in its promotion posts who have been granted the revised scale of pay of Rs.9300-34800 + Grade Pay of Rs.4800 and Rs. 9300-34800 + Grade pay Rs.4900 respectively have requested to indicate the admissible Selection Grade /Special Grade scales of pay to these posts.

5. The request has been examined carefully in the light of the fact that the scale of pay of Superintendents and its promotion posts have been revised with monetary benefit from 12-12-2007 based on the recommendations of the Official Committee 2009 and that the intertransferable posts with Superintendents were granted the scale of pay of Rs.9300-34800 + Grade pay of Rs.4800 notionally with effect from 12-12-2007 with monetary benefit from 1-8-2010. Accordingly, I am directed to indicate the admissible Selection Grade / Special Grade scales of pay as below :-

Sl.


No.
Ordinary Grade


Rs.
Selection Grade


Rs.
Special Grade


Rs.
1 9300–34800 + 4800 15600-39100 + 5700 15600-39100 + 6600
2 9300–34800 + 4900 15600-39100 + 5700 15600-39100 + 6600



6. The Selection Grade / Special Grade scales of pay indicated above shall take monetary benefit from 12-12-2007 in the case of Superintendents and its promotion posts for whom the scale of pay has been revised with effect from 12-12-2007 as indicated in G.O. Ms.No.234, Finance (Pay Cell) Department, dated 1-6-2009. However in the case of others (i.e. inter-transferable posts) for whom the scale of pay has been revised as Rs.9300–34800 + 4800 notionally with effect from 12-12-2007 with monetary benefit from 1-8-2010 based on the recommendations of the One Man Commission, the Selection Grade / Special Grade scales of pay indicated above shall take notional effect from 12-12-2007 with monetary benefit from 1-8-2010 subject to the fulfillment of the condition stipulated in para-4 (i) of the Government letter third cited

Yours faithfully,
s/d
for Principal Secretary to Government,

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