REPORT OF THE OFFICIAL PAY COMMITTEE (2011) FOR KARNATAKA GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES…
Karnataka Pay Commission report has been published…
The Official Pay Committee constituted in June 2011 by Government of Karnataka to go into the pay revision of its employees has examined and considered the demands of various employees’ associations as well as heard the representatives of those associations. Various issues relating to existing as well as proposed revision of pay structure, master scale, pay scales, D.A. formula, allowances and pensionary benefits in comparision with employees of Government of India and neighbouring states have been examined and discussed in detail.
Allowances, Special Allowance & Other Benefits
These are recommended to be implemented with effect from 1.4.2012.
Part 1 Allowances
(i) For purposes of HRA, classification of cities/ towns /other places reduced from six groups to four groups. The minimum rate of HRA increased from 6 per cent to 7 per cent. Rural allowance of Rs.100 is removed.
(ii) The existing rates of CCA is increased from Rs.80 – 300 to Rs. 250 – 400 per month.
(iii) The rate of Medical Allowance for group C & D employees is increased from Rs.50 per month to Rs.100 per month.
(iv) The existing rate of Conveyance Allowance is increased from Rs.100 – 400 to Rs.200 – 600.
(v) Rates of Road Mileage, Daily Allowance, Special Daily Allowance, Transfer grant hiked substantially.
(vi) The existing rates of FTA is increased from Rs.150 – 700 to Rs.225 – 750.
(vii) Out of State Allowance to be 25 per cent in the revised pay scale for the officials working in Delhi and 10 per cent of the revised pay scale for officials working in Varanasi, Thirumala, Srisailam and other offices located outside the state.
(viii) Rate of Charge Allowance enhanced from 5 per cent to 7.5 per cent in the revised pay scale and the ceiling limit of Rs.1000 removed.
(ix) Rates of Hill Station Allowance are revised from Rs.150 – 250 to Rs.200 – 300 per month.
(x) The rates of Initial Grant, Renewal Grant, Maintenance Allowance under Uniform Allowance increased substantially.
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