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No.F.1 (5) Impf2011-419 OFFICE MEMORANDUM. Subject:
REVISION OF BASIC PAY SCALES, ALLOWANCES AND PENSION OF CIVIL SERVANTS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. The President has been pleased to sanction the revision of Basic Pay Scales,
Allowances and Pension with effect from 1st July, 2011 for the Civil Servants oftbe Federal. Government, paid out of Civil. Estimates and out of Defence Estimates as detailed in the succeeding paragraphs.PART-I (PAY) 2. Revision of Basic Pay Sea.les: The Basic Pay Scales-lOll shan replace the Basic Pay Scales-200S with
effect from 01.07.2011 as contained in the Annexure to this Office Memorandum. 3.
Fixation orPay oHhe Existing Employees (wo. e. [ 01.07.2011): The basic pay of an employee who was in service on 30.06.2011 shall be fixed in the Basic Pay Scale-20 11 on point to point basis i.e .. at the stage corresponding to that occupied by him/her above the minimum of Basic Pay Scales-2008. In case of Personal Pay being drawn by an employee as part of his/her basic pay beyond the maximum of his/her pay scale on 30.06.2011, he/she shall continue to draw such pay in the Basic Pay Scales-20 11 at the revised rates. Annual Increment: Annual increment shall continue to be admissible, subject to the existing
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conditions, on 1st of December each year. PART-II (ALLOWANCES)
Ad hoc Relief Allowances granted "pta 01.07..2009:
The following Ad hoc Relief Allowances granted upto 01.07.2009 shall stand discontinued with effect from 01.07.2011 having been merged in the Basic Pay Scales-2008 so as to introduce Basic Pay Scales-20ll:-
Noufle o'fAd hoc AUo\\'llnoe Special Add itiona] Allowance - ] 999 (OLG7.l'999) Special Relief Allowance 2003 (0] .07 . 2003) Rdlcf Ad JOO~ hoc 1(0 I.07.2004'~ Dearness Allowanct;l - 2006 (0 I .07.20(6) Ad hoc Relief A llowance 1009 (OJ.07.2(09)
F.I(7)[mp/99 dated dated dated dated
2.5% (BPS 1-16) and 20% _(BPS 17-21 on BPS-'1994) 15% of the basic pay 011
30,(16.2003 F. HS)LmpflOO4
01.07.2004 F.l (4)[mp/2006
2:4.06.2006 r.: (1)lrop/ZOO9-1
dated 2 1.07.2009
15% of the basic pay C"ltl BI~S-::WOl 15% the basic pay on
BPS-2005 20% (BPS I~~6) and 15% BPS 17-12 on BPS-200S
The Ad hoc Allowance - 20 lO @ 50% of the running: basic Pi!!) or Basic Pay Scalcs-2008 admissible to the Civil Servants including FBR employees (Of admissible in that organization) shall. stand frozen ill the level of its admissibility as em 3(UHi2~ll I. All the nC\,I/ entrants shall be allowed Ad hoc AUOW311CC - 20H1 @ 50% tile minimum of relevant Basic Pay t~les-2008 (if admissible ill that organization) on notional basis with effect from 01.07.2011, till further orders, and shall stand Irozen at the same level. ,Ad hoc. Relief .4JIi1OW~Ulce-20U:
An Ad! hoc Relief Allowance - 2011 @ 15% of the running basic pay of Basic Pay Scah~s-2008, to all. 'the Civil Servants of the Federal Government as
well as civilians paid out of Defence
staff and contract employees employed against civi] 'posts in Basic Pay Scales on standard terms and conditions of contract ilppuinIDlent shall be allowed with effect from 01.07.201 ! and shall stand frozensr the same revel. All the new cmrarns shall be allowed Ad hoc Rel,jef Allowance - 2U11 @ t 5% of the mlnlmurn of relevant Basic Pay Scalc$-200S on norlonal basis with effect from 01.07.20 II, tin further nrders, and shall stand frozen at the same level. The Ad hoc Re]'it~JAllowance will be .subject tc income ax, The Ad hoc Relief Allowance wi 11be' admissible during leave <'lII'H:l entire
period oftPR. v,
TI1c Ad hOI: Relief Allowance wilt not be treated as part of emoluments for the 'Purpose of ca lcularion or Penstl1I1(GraUJily and recovery nf (Jou!'>1:JRent
The Ad hoc Relief AJ lowence will not be admissible
the te nure 0 f I heir posti Il,gld~pUW.lion abroad. The Ad hoc Relief Allowance wlll be admissible to the employees on their repatriarion from pcsrlrrg/deputat [on abroad at the rate: and amount ..vhich would have been admissible to them had they not been posted abroad.
The Ad hoc Relief Allowance
suspension TI1C term
will be admissible
during the period
"Basic Pay" wlll also include the amouru of Personal Pay granted on accounr (If annual Incremenus) beyond (he maximum the existing pay scales.
Medical Allowance: Medica1 Allowance admissible to Civil Servants in BPS-16 to BPS-22 @ 15% of the existing basic pay in Basic Pay Scales-2008 shall continue to be admissible at the frozen level of its admissibility as on 30.06.2011. All the new entrants in BPS-16 to BPS-22 sha1l he allowed Medical Allowance @ 15% of the minimum of relevant Basic Pay Scales-2008 on, notional basis with effect from 01.07.2011, till further orders, and shall stand frozen at the same level. Special Pays and Allowances: All the Special Pays, Special Allowances of pay (excluding
or the Allowances
those which are capped by fixing maximum Allowance employees
House Rent Allowance
and the Allowance/Special
equal to one month Basic Pay of his/her posting in
granted to any Federal GovernmentlFBRlPolice MinistrylDivisionJDepartmentlFBR including
civil employees as on 30.06.2011.
in BPS 1-22 of Judiciary
shall stand frozen at the level of its admissibility 10.
Conveyance Allowance: Conveyance Allowance shall be admissible to 15 on revised rates as under:
to all the civil servants in BPS-l
REVISED (Rs. P.M.) BPS 1-4 Rs. 680.00 p.m. Rs. 850.00 p.m. BPS 5-10 Rs. 920.00 p.m. Rs. 1150.00 p.m. Rs. ] 700.00 p.m, BPS 11-15 Rs. 1360.00 p.m. All the CIVIl Servants of the Federal Government (excluding those who are allowed monetized value of Transport or availing Transport Facility) shall be allowed Conveyance Allowance at the prescribed rates irrespective of their place/sta.tion of dutv,
Allow.ances: have been revised as noted against each:Rates Revised Rates Rs.300.00 p.m. Rs.I 00.00 p.m.
Rates of the following Allowances S. No. Name of Allowance for Integrated Allowance N/Qasid, Qasid and Daftaries Washing Allowance Dress Allowance Special Pay for Confidential Assistant Allowance for Uniform Nurses Special Area Com pensatory Allowance Hill Allowance Firewood Allowance
Existing Rs.150.00 p.m.
iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii.
Rs.30.00 p.m. Rs.35.00 p.m. Rs.65 .00 p.m. Rs.300.00 p.m.
Rs.150.00 p.m. Rs.600.00 p.m. Rs.300.00 p.m. At a fixed rate of Rs.200.00 p.m. Rs.IO.OO per head per day.
Rs.150.00 p.m. @ 25% of pay upto a maximum ofRs.l 00.00 p.m. Rs. 4.50 per head per day.
Revision All the
of Pension: existing Civil Estimates
of the Federal
Civilians paid out of Defence
have been allowed
an increase in their pension at
the following rates with effect from 1 July, 2011, until further orders:1. 11.
who retired on or after 01.07.2002 @ 15% of the net pension. who retired on or before 30.06.2002 @ 20% of net pension. of the Basic Pay Scales-2011, the increases
allowed vide para-S of the Finance Division Office Memorandum 721 dated 05.07.2010 shall be discontinued to the new pensioners
No. FA (1) Reg-6/ 20101 who would retire on or
after 01.07.201 I who opts to draw pension under the Scheme of Basic Pay Scales-20l. L 14. However. 15% increases No.F.4 in pension alJowed vide para-2 of the Finance 05.07.2010 Division to be
Office Memorandum admissible
(1) Reg-61 20101721 dated
to the new pensioners
who would retire on or after 01.07.2011 who opts to draw
pension under the Scheme of Basic Pay Scales-20ll. 15. The 15% increase in pension as mentioned at Paras- 12 (i) above shall also be
admissible to the pensioners 16. Pensioners For the sanctioned
who would retire on or after 01.07.201 J. of admissibility of increase in pension for the Civil
in this Office Memorandum Allowance",
the term "Net Pension" means "Pension to be admissible at the
being drawn" minus "Medical level of its admissibility
which shall be continued
as on 30.06.2011. shall also be admissible 1954, Liberalized on fam ily pension granted under the Pension Rules, 1977, on pension
sanctioned under the Central Civil Services (Extra Ordinary Pension) Rules as well as on the Compassionate 18. Government Accounts Allowance under CSR-353. is shared with any III to the
If the gross pension sanctioned by the Federal Government in accordance
with the rules laid down in part-Tv of Appendix the amount of the increase in pension
shall be apportioned on proportionate
between the Federal basis.
and the other Government
19. admissible Allowance. 20. employment, contract,
The increase on Special
in pension sanctioned Pension
in this Office Memorandum
shall not be Orderly
in lieu of pre-retirement
in pension shall not be admissible
during the period of their reof the re-employment of the Federal
but the same shall be allowed the increase in pension
after the termination admissible
.to the pensioners
before their re-employment
on contract basis shall continue to be admissible to allowed as allowances with their
them provided that they are not in receipt of any increases pay in lieu of increases in pension. 21. The benefit of increase
in pension sanctioned
in this Office Memorandum Government
shall also be admissible
to those Civil Pensioners
of the Federal
residing abroad (other than those residing in India and Bangladesh)
who retired on or after
15.08.1 947 and are not entitled to, or are not in receipt of pension increase under the British Government's exchange. 22.
Acts .. The payment shall be made at the applicable rate of
Medical Allowance for the Pensioners:
Medical Allowance admissible to the existing retired Civil Servants in BPS-l to BPS-I5 and in BPS-16 to BPS-22 @ 25% and @20% of the net pension respectively shall continue to be admissible at the frozen level of its admissibility as on 30.06.2011 and till further orders. AIl. the Civil Servants in BPS-l to BPS-IS and in BPS-16 to BPS-22, who shall retire on or after 01.07.2011 onwards, shall be allowed Medical Allowance @ 25% and @20% of the net pension respectively and shall stand frozen at the same level.
The MinistrylDivisioniDepartment/Office to which an employee belongs and/or on whose pay roll he/she is borne shall obtain an option in writing from such employees within 60 days commencing from the date of issue of this Office Memorandum and communicate it to the concerned Accounts Office/DDO, as the case may be, either to continue to draw salary in the Scheme of Basic Pay Scales-200S or in the Scheme of Basic Pay Scales-2011 as specified in this Office Memorandum. Option once exercised shall be considered final. An existing employee, as aforesaid, who does not exercise and communicate his/her option within the specified time limit, shall be deemed to have opted for the Scheme of Basic Pay Scales-20 11.
All the existing rules/orders on the subject shall be considered to have been
modified to the extent indicated above. All the existing rules/orders not so modified shall continue to be in force under this scheme. 25. Anomalies: An Anomaly Committee shall be set up in the Finance Division (Regulations Wing) to resolve the anomalies, if any, arising in the implementation Scales-20 11 and Pension. of the Basic Pay
(OWair~i) Joint Secretary (Regs) Ph: 9262525 All Ministries/Divisions/Depa.rtments.
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(Syed Sh . d Akhtar) Section Officer (ID1p) Ph: 9262580
Annexure to O. M. No.F.l (5) Imp/2011-419, dated 4th.Juiv, 2011.
BASIC PAY SCALES OF THE CIVIL SERVANTS
Basic Pay Scales-200S
Basic Pay Scales -2011
STG 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 20 20 20 14 14 14 BPS 1
MIN 2,970 3,035 3,140 3,240 3,340 3,430 3,530 3,665 3,820 3,955 4,115 4,355 4,645 4,920 5,220 6,060 9,850 12,910 19,680 23,345 25,880 27,680
!NCR 90 100 120 140 160 175 190 210 230 260 215 310 340 380 420 470 740 930 970 1,510 1,700 1,985
5,670 6,035 6,740 7,440 8,140 8,680 9,230 9,965 10,720 11,755 12,365 13,655 14,845 16,320 17,820 20,160 24,650 31,510 39,080 44,485 49,680 55,470
.MIN 4,800 4,900 5,050 5,200 5,400 5,600 5,800 6,000 6,200 6,400 6,600 7,000 7,500 8,000 8,500 10,000 16,000 20,.000 31,000 36,000 40,000 43,000
INCR 150 170 200 230 260 290 320 350 380 420 460 500 550 610 700 800 1,200 1,500 1,600 2,350 2,600 3,050
MAX 9,300 10,000 11,050 12,100 13,200 14,300 15,400 16,500 17,600 19,000 20,400 22,000 24,000 26,300 29,500 34,000 40,000 50,000 63,000 68,900 76,400 85,700
STG 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 20 20 20 14 14 14
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
5 6 7
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
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