No.1/1/2016-E-III(A), dated 13th January 2017 have been issued making clear that Government has decided to extend revised pay scales as per the Pay Matrix and pay fixation to the employees of autonomous bodies subject to following stipulations.i) Service conditions esp., working hours, OTA payment etc. Employees, ii) Employees have to opt for revised pay structure, iii) Deductions have to be made on the basis of revised pay w.e.f. However, revised pay scales contained in Parts 'B' & 'C' of the schedule of the CCS (RP) Rules 2016,shall be applicable after concerned Administrative Ministry submits proposals to the Finance Ministry after examining justifications of such proposals.Implementation of 7th CPC and revision of pay scales of employees of autonomous bodies has been delayed due to the reason that Ministry of Finance ordered implementation of the recommendations of the Expenditure Management Commission (EMC) which included review of autonomous bodies for various options such as their continuance of working with the government, merger with other autonomous bodies or closure of a particular autonomous body etc.Earlier in a reply on 9th December 2016 to a question asked by some MPs in Parliament, Minister of state for Finance indicated that an appropriate decision in regard to extension of the recommendations of the 7th CPC pertaining to pay matters of employees of Quasi-Government organizations, Autonomous organizations and Statutory Bodies etc.
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