Thursday, February 28, 2013


Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Circular No. Conf/23/2013                                                                         Dated: 25.2.2013

Dear Comrade,
                                     The 48 hour two day General Strike
                The two days strike, for which the call was given by the Joint Platform of Trade Unions in the country through the National Convention held at New Delhi on 4th September, 2012 was a tremendous success.  Not only the workers in the country but also common people supported the strike action in many States.  It is estimated by the Central Trade Unions that more than 10 crore workers might have participated in the strike.   In other words more than 50 crore people of the country supported the action.  The overwhelming response in the mightiest strike action  ever of the Indian working Class is indicative of the growing anger against the economic policies pursued by the Government. There had been constant and continuous increase in the prices of basic needs of the common people i.e. food items, gas, diesel, gas, coal electricity etc. in the last two years.  The inflation in the economy continued unabated despite the assurance held out by the rulers, as a matter of course. to contain it. 
Every decision of the UPA II Government has fuelled the inflation in the economy and consequent rise in prices of all essential commodities.  Despite the lathi charge and arrest of the workers in certain parts of the country, the strike had been by far peaceful.  Leader  of the Haryana Roadways Corporation affiliated to AITUC was killed in Ambala Transport Depot in a tragic incident when the Transport authorities decided to take a bus from the depot against the opposition of the workers. Most of the State Governments especially the TMC led West Bengal State Govt. Did their best to suppress the strike action without success.   
          All vital sectors viz. Bank, Insurance, Central and State Government offices, Industrial Establishments, Ports and Docks, Surface Transport except Railways and Airlines, Power  etc. remained paralysed.  The Central Government employees on the call of the Confederation of CGE and workers responded magnificently.  There had been apprehension of the extent of participation in the two day strike action especially after the one day strike on 12.12.2012 on the 15 point charter of demands.  The report we have received at the CHQ proves that the apprehension was totally misplaced and the number of employees who participated in the 20th and 21st Feb. 2013 was more than we could elicit on 12thDecember. 2012.  No doubt in some of the organisation, the strike participation on comparison with 12th December, was less.  But this has been more than made up by the other organisation who could improve their position of participation on 20th and 21st.  We append hereunder the Press Statement we issued on 21st Feb. on the basis of the reports we have received through telephone and SMS.
          The unprecedented participation of workers in the strike had been the manifestation of the people's resentment  to the economic policies of the Government which has virtually made the poor poorer and the rich richer. They have asserted in no uncertain terms that these policies must be reversed at all cost for India to remain a sovereign republic. The recent decisions of the Government to allow FDI in Pension, and increase FDI foray  in the Banking and Insurance Sector will bring back the country to serfdom.  The struggle will have to continue and the campaign against the policies must pick up further momentum in the months to come.
        There had been continuous propaganda by the Government through electronic media that the Government employees do not have the right to strike and not only "dies non" but disciplinary action will also be taken against the striking employees.  It has been proved on a number of occasions that the vindictive actions will be resorted to by the Government when the unity is disrupted and the strike participation for one reason or other dwindle.  The greatest safeguard against such barbarous  and vindictive actions is to preserve our unity and determination and tread the path of struggle with cent per cent participation.  Campaign amongst the mass of the employees to bring home the pernicious impact of the economic policies in the day to day life and standard of living is a pre-requisite for the success of the strike action.  Wherever, this has been done,  it has paid rich dividends.
          We must review the two day strike action as soon as possible.  Since the Conference of the Confederation  is due in the month of April, it may not be possible to convene the National Executive meeting immediately.   We are planning to meet in the Sectt. and in order to enable us to conduct a proper review,  we need the following information both from the State Committees and the Central HQrs of the affiliated Association.  The format is given in the annexure to this communication.  Kindly ensure that the reports are sent to us by 10th March, 2013.
                With greetings and once again conveying our sincere gratitude and congratulations to all the affiliates, State Committees and the Active workers and leaders who made the strike a magnificent success.
Yours fraternally,

K.K.N. Kutty
Secretary General

Format for sending report
A.      For State Committees.
(a)    Name of the State.
(b)   Name of the Association/Federations which participated in the strike with percentage of participation.
(c)    Name of the Association/Federation which did not take part in the strike.
(d)   Name of the organisations which participated in the strike despite the call from their CHQ.
(e)   Name of the stations visited by the leaders as part of the campaign.
B.      For affiliates.
(a) Name of the Federation/All India Association.
(b) Number of Units/Bramches
(c) Name of the Unit/Branch which participated in the strike.
(d) Name of the Units.\/brnaches which did not take part in the strike.
(e) Specific reasons advanced by the Units for non participation
(f) Name of the Units visited by the leaders


Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Payment of Incentive to SDI/ASP Sub Divisions for verification of RPLI Proposals

Click here to view Postal Directorate letter no 26-02/2009-LI dated 16.01.2013 on the above subject matter.


1st  Circle Conference of AIPEU-GDS(NFPE) A.P Circle has been held in (Com.D .Ramasubbareddy Nagar) Tulja Bhawan, Kachiguda, Hydeabad-500 027.

Flag hoisting program : NFPE, AIPEUGr.C., P-IV and GDS flags were hoisted by Com.K.V.Sridharan, Com.R.Sivannarayana, Com.Sk.Humayun & P.Pandurangarao respectively.

All the delegates and leaders paid their respectful homage to Com.D.Ramasubbareddy by floral tribute.

On 24th February, Open session has been conducted under the Presidentshp of Com.V.Vijayakrishan, President of GDS NFPE, Com.T.Suresh Kumar, General Secretary, Reception Committee invited all the leaders and guests to the dias. Welcome speech made by Chairman, Reception Committee for Circle conference, Com.M.Janardhanreddy, Chairman, AP Public Sector Employees Federation. Session was inaugurated by Com.R.Sudha Bhaskar, General Secretary, CITU, A.P., and Com.K.V.Sridharan, Former General Secretary, AIPEU Gr.C (CHQ) & Leader, JCM Staffside made an elaborated speech about the history of ED system and the present situation of GDS and future of GDS in the Postal Department besides narrated the struggles conducted for GDS by  NFPE in befitting manner.

Com.R.Sivannarayana, General Secretary, AIPEU-Gr.C, Com.S.K.Humayun, Preisedent (CHQ) & Circle Secretary, AIPEU PM&MTS/Gr.D., Com.D.A.S.V.Prasad, Circle Secretary, Gr.C., Com.V.Murukan, Financial Secretary, GDS(NFPE) CHQ and Com.B.Padmavathi, President, AP Postal Women Committee are present and addressed the session.

A CD contained the songs on postal movement "postal vudyama poru kerataalu" composed by Com.Lenin Srinivas, GDS BPM, Khammam division has been unveiled by Com.R.Sudha Bhaskar, General Secretary, CITU in the open session.

On 25th Subject Committee has been held with the participation of nearly 300 GDS comrades representing from 37 Divisions and 18 branches of AIPEU GDS (NFPE)  in the Circle.

Com.P.Mohan, General Secretary, AIPCPCCWF, Com. R.J.Madhusudanarao, Circle Secretary, AIRMS MMSEU Gr.C were also present and addressed the session.

The following office bearers were elected unanimously for AIPEU GDS (NFPE) A.P Circle.

President            : Com.V.Vijayakrishna, Srikakulam Division
Vice President  : Com.K.Manohar, Anakapalli Division
                                : Com.N.Sammaiah, Warangal Division
                                : Com.S.Narasimhulu, Proddatur Division
Secretary             : Com.P.Pandurangarao, Gudur Division
Asst. Secretary  : Com.S.Venu, Narasaraopet Division
                                : Com.K.Jaganmohan reddy, Ongole Division
                                : Com.K.Nageswararao, Rajahmundry Division
                                : Com.M.Srinivasarao, Guntur Division
Treasurer            : Com.K.N.Chary, Secunderabad Division
Asst. Treasurer : Com.Ch.Sanjeevareddy, Peddapalli Division
Orgg. Secretary: Com. C.H.A.S.N.Murthy, Bhimavaram Division
                                : Com.E.Munikannaiah naidu, Tirupati Division
                                : Com.A.Jalapathi, Adilabad Division
                                : Com.K.Muktar Ahmed, ‘Z’ Dn, Hyderbad

Our sincere thanks to the Reception committee for making good and pleasant arrangements for the delegates and appreciated by all participants.

 GDS NFPE conveys its heartfelt congratulations and greetings to all comrades of A.P circle.

Saturday, February 23, 2013

If unions are not engaged in talks, another strike will follow: Dasgupta

The two-day strike by the Central trade unions against the government’s “apathy” towards the working class came up in the Lok Sabha on Friday, with some members warning that there could be another agitation if trade unions are not engaged in talks.

Raising the issue during zero hour, Gurudas Dasgupta (CPI), who is also leader of the All-India Trade Union Congress (AITUC), said 44 crore workers, who were the mainstay of production in the country, were not getting appropriate remuneration and the government was neglecting them.
Referring to the two-day strike, he said the trade unions did not want to resort to such actions but were forced to do so by the government. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made an “innocent appeal through press” for talks. “The Prime Minister offers talks to trade unions through the press. Does he talk to the corporates also through the press?”
Mr. Dasgupta said the Prime Minister had formed a committee of four Ministers to talk to trade union leaders, but in the meeting that took place, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram was not present. Labour Minister Mallikarjuna Kharge also called trade union leaders for talks, but he had “nothing to offer.”
Mr. Dasgupta warned that if the government did not engage with trade unions, there would be another nationwide strike.
CPI(M) leader Basudeb Acharia and Janata Dal (United) chief Sharad Yadav associated themselves with Mr. Dasgupta’s views.
“Strike a success”
Meanwhile, the Left parties have congratulated the working class, employees and other sections of the working people who made the two-day general strike a “magnificent success.”
“The workers struck work in all industries and commercial sectors. The strike was effective in the petroleum, coal, mining, port and dock, banking and insurance sectors. State government offices were also affected by the strike. The participation of workers in the unorganised sectors was also notable,” a statement issued by the Left parties here said.
“The Central government has to immediately address the demands raised by the general strike and take steps to fulfil them, otherwise bigger actions will follow. This is a wake-up call to the government to stop the anti-people and anti-working class policies,” said the statement issued jointly by Prakash Karat, general secretary of Communist Party of India (Marxist); S. Sudhakar Reddy, general secretary, Communist Party of India; Debabrata Biswas, general secretary of the All India Forward Bloc; and T.J. Chandrachoodan, general secretary of the Revolutionary Socialist Party. 

Coming soon, Post Bank of India

 The postal department plans to enter the banking business with the Reserve Bank of India deciding to grant new bank licences to entities with credible track-record.
Consultant appointed
Sources said the Department of Posts, which has a strong foot print in rural areas, has appointed Ernst and Young (E&Y) as the consultant for the proposed ‘Post Bank’
“Ernst and Young is expected to submit a detailed project report by April, after which all the necessary measures will be taken up to apply for banking licence,” a source at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology told PTI.
The sources added that the Department of Post (DoP) might need Cabinet approval for setting up Post Bank of India.
Of the 1.55 lakh post offices in the country, around 24,000 district offices may be ready to offer banking services in the next two years.
The DoP is in process of setting up 1,000 ATMs.
“Post Bank shall not only take care of the banking needs of the rural poor but shall also converge with micro-insurance and micro-remittance services of the DoP,” the source said.
As per data shared with Parliament, there were over 26 crore operational small savings accounts in post offices as on March 31, 2012, having deposits worth Rs.1.9 lakh crore. 
Source : The Hindu, 23 Feb 2013

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Discussion with Government again failed on February 20, 21 General Strike

Central Trade Unions rejected the Government’s appeal to call off the strike.

10 Crores workers will participate in the strike.

13 lakhs Central Government employees including 5.5 lakhs Postal employees joining historic two days strike. Entire Postal and RMS offices including Branch Post offices will be completely closed for two days. Ensure cent per cent success.

M. Krishnan
Secretary General, NFPE

Unions refuse to relent on strike call, talks with ministers collapse

Eleven Central trade unions tonight stuck to their call for a two-day nation-wide strike from Wednesday after talks with senior ministers convened at the instance of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh failed.

Rejecting the prime minister’s appeal on Sunday to the unions to call of the stir, the trade unions said the panel of ministers failed to give them any concrete proposal and that not even one of their demands were accepted.

"The strike is on… They are only asking for time. They say they will study the demand and will give proper reply or take necessary action later on… We said it is not possible, there should be some concrete decision over demands of the workers," INTUC President G Sanjeeva Reddy told reporters.

INTUC is affiliated to the Congress.

AITUC General Secretary Gurudas Dasgupta also endorsed Reddy’s views.

The two-hour long meeting was attended by representatives of all the 11 trade unions.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had on Sunday appealed to the unions to call off their strike as it would cause loss to economy besides inconvenience to people and offered talks.

The Prime Minister had requested his senior Cabinet colleagues A K Antony, Sharad Pawar and P Chidambaram besides Labour Minister Mallikarjun Kharge to hold discussions with the union leaders.

Finance Minister P Chidambaram could not attend the meeting because of ongoing budget meetings.

The meeting took place in Antony’s office at the Defence Ministry.

Reddy also said that government failed to offer any alternative to their call for strike.

"If no demand is settled and no concrete assurance is given, it is very difficult for the trade unions to withdraw or postpone the strike," he said.

Asked what were the offers given to unions from the government, he said, "No offer, they wanted more time. We said we have already given two years time. We placed the demands three years before, so three years time we already gave, so there is no question of giving more time."

The government could not give any concrete assurance on any one single demand,he said, adding therefore we are sticking to our strike plan.

The 10 demands mainly related to checking of price rise, generation of employment, halting of disinvestment in public sector enterprises and implementation of labour laws.

Source: DDI News

Monday, February 18, 2013

2-day nationwide bandh on February 20 & 21

The trade unions in banking, insurance, public sector undertakings, transporters and unorganised sectors have called for a two-day nationwide strike on Wednesday and Thursday. They would be protesting against government’s alleged inaction on price rise, privatisation, outsourcing, violation of labour laws and various other issues.

Over 100 million workers will participate in the bandh. A joint rally of all the trade unions would be held at Azad Maidan in Mumbai and a morcha would be taken out to the Parliament which would culminate in a public rally in New Delhi.
Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) national vice-president Uday Patwardhan, state unit president Prabhakar Banasure and state secretary Chandrakant Dhumal informed mediapersons that the delegation of BMS has already requested Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to look into the matter.
Patwardhan said that the Prime Minister is well aware of these issues and he should intervene so that the BMS demands are met with. He said the Union labour minister Mallikarjun Kharge had called on Singh to air their views but in vain.
Patwardhan said that since the Prime Minister has kept mum on these issues, the BMS and other trade unions had no option but to give a call for nationwide bandh.
Apart from BMS, the Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC), All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC), Hind Mazdoor Sabha (HMS), Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU), All India United Trade Union Centre (AIUTUC) and other such organisations would participate in the strike. According to Patwardhan, some of the demands of the trade unions include bringing back black money stashed in foreign countries, putting an end to SEZs, implementation of labour laws, filling up vacant posts in government jobs and withdrawal of foreign direct investment (FDI) in retail sector.
The trade unions are demanding pensions for all along with removal of ceiling on bonus and provident fund. They claimed that federations of road transport, port and dock, petroleum, coal, steel and building and construction will participate in the strike.
Source :

Nationwide two-day bank strike from February 20

Chennai: Banking services across the country are likely to be affected following a two-day strike call given by the All India Bank Officers' Association (AIBOA) from February 20, in support of their charter of demands.

Over 50,000 officers would participate in the strike, which is likely to affect cheque transactions to the tune ofRs. 35,000 crore, S Nagarajan, general secretary of AIBOA, the second largest officers' union in the banking industry, said.

He said that the strike in the banking sector would synchronise with the central trade unions' strike. Their demands include opposition to bank mergers, regulated working hours, pay parity, restoration of compassionate ground appointments, extension of pension option in IDBI workforce and five-day banking. He said that the banking industry also supported the 10-point charter of demands of the central bank unions.
Source :

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Government of India
Ministry of Communications & IT
Department of Posts

Dak Bhawan , Sansad Marg ,
New Delhi-110001
Dated 13.02.2013
            Sh. M. Krishnan,
            Secretary General, NFPE
            Sh. D. Theagarajan,
            Secretary General, FNPO

Subject:        Notice of two days strike on 20th & 21st February, 2013.

            With reference to letter No. JCA 2013 dated 22nd January, 2013 from Postal Joint Council of Action stating that all the Postal/RMS/MMS/Administrative and Postal Accounts Employees and all the Gramin Dak Sevaks will go on two days strike on 20th & 21st Feb, 2013 in support of Charter of Demands enclosed with the letter referred to above. Part-I of The Charter of Demands relates to the entire Government of India and perhaps will be examined by Department of Personnel and Training. Part-II of the Charter of Demands relating to the Department of Posts is being examined by us. The progress in respect of these demands will be intimated to you shortly.

2.         As you are aware the Department of Posts has a well established system to resolve the demands of the employees through discussions across the table. In the recent past, periodical meetings granted by Secretary (Posts),JCM Standing Committee Meeting and JCM Departmental Council Meetings were held where a number of issues have  been discussed  in detail and the minutes has been issued to all concerned for solving staff matters. It is felt that no fruitful purpose is served by agitation especially when the problems can be mutually discussed and resolved. Such disruptions also hamper our business and goodwill.

3.         In view of the above, it is requested that both the federations and its affiliated Unions may call off the strike so that the Postal Services are not hampered and public is not put to any avoidable inconvenience.

Yours faithfully,
(Anil Kumar)
Dy. Director General (Establishment

Mallikarjun Kharge Assure Central Trade Union Leaders to Brief Prime Minister about issues Raised by them

Appeal to the Central Trade Unions not to Inconvenience the General Public and the Workers and to Withdraw the Notice for the Proposed Strike. 

The Union Minister for Labour & Employment Shri Mallikarjun Kharge and the Minister of State for Labour & Employment Shri K.Suresh today met the representatives of eleven major Central Trade Unions here at Shram Shakti Bhawan in New Delhi to discuss the proposed country-wide General Strike on the 20th and 21st February, 2013. Senior officers of various Ministries also attended the meeting.

The representatives of Central Trade Unions reiterated their demands for the Government to take concrete measures to contain price rise, to ensure employment generation, strict enforcement of labour laws, universal social security for unorganized and organized workers, stoppage of disinvestment in central and state public sector undertakings. Some of the specific issues raised by them related to payment of minimum wages of Rs.10,000/-, abolition of contract labour, payment of equal wages and benefits to contract workers at par with regular workers, removal of all ceilings on payment and eligibility of bonus, provident fund, increasing the quantum of gratuity, assured pension for all, compulsory registration of trade unions within 45 days and immediate ratification of the ILO Convention No. 87 and 98. 

The Minister for Labour & Employment thanked the representatives of trade unions for the keen interest shown by them to address the problems faced by workers and common people in the country. He explained the various initiatives taken by the Government to tackle these important issues in a sympathetic and time-bound manner. He particularly highlighted the amendments proposed by the Ministry of Labour & Employment to the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, National Floor Level Minimum Wage to workers and to the Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970 to make its enforcement stricter and labour-friendly. The steps taken by the Govt to provide for a minimum pension of Rs.1000/- to the EPF subscribers were explained. On the enforcement of labour laws the Minister clarified that both the Central and State Governments take effective measures for inspection of workplaces and prosecution is launched wherever irregularities are detected.

The Minister reiterated that enacting labour legislation involves a tripartite process and employers, employees and State Governments are to be consulted. Therefore, it is a time-consuming process. The Govt is taking all necessary steps to enact various laws and amendments in consultation with the various stakeholders.

The Minister informed the representatives of the Central Trade Unions about the various steps taken by the Government to control inflation, arrest price rise, promote investment and ensure industrial growth which will lead to greater employment opportunities. On disinvestment it was clarified that even after disinvestment Govt will retain 51% of the shareholding and management control of Central Public Sector Enterprises and partial disinvestment will not affect the public sector character of the CPSEs or their labour and employment policy.

The Minister assured the Central Trade Unions that he will bring these developments to the notice of the Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh . The representatives of Central Trade Unions requested that a final settlement of all the pending issues should be done without further loss of time. 

The Minister reiterated the sincere efforts being made by the Government to address the problems of the working class and the people. He appealed to the Central Trade Unions not to inconvenience the general public and the workers and to withdraw the notice for the proposed strike.

The following Trade Union Leaders were present in the meeting:

S/Shri A. N. Dogra (BMS), G. Sanjiva Reddy (INTUC), Gurudas Dasgupta (AITUC), H.S.Sidhu (HMS), Tapan Sen (CITU), R.A. Mittal (HMS), R.K. Sharma (AITUC), G.Devarajan (TUCC), A.K. Padmanabhan (CITU), D.L.Sachdev (AITUC), Rajiv Dimri(AICCTU), S.K.Roy, AICCTU), M.Hhanmugam (LPF), Ashok Ghosh (UTUC) and P.J. Raju (UTUC).

The Various Ministries/Departments Officiers representatives were as under:

S/Shri Dr. M. Sarangi, Secretary Labour & Employment; Ravi Mathur, Secretary, Deptt. of Disinvestment (DOD); D.S.Dhesi, AS, Commerce; Pramod Aggrawal JS, DOD, Sudha Krishnan, Joint Secretary, D’o Expenditure; Atul Chaturvedi, JS,DIPP; S.Sahu, Addl. Dev. Commidssioner, MSME; B.K.Sanwariya,CLC, M/o Labour & Employment, Shailesh Kumar Singh, JS,M/o Coal and B.S.Negi,CMS (Admn.) M/o Rural Development. 




Cabinet Minister for Labour Shri Mallikarjun Kharge and Minister of State for Labour Shri Kodikkunnil Suresh held discussion  with Trade Union Leaders on 13-02-2013 on the Charter of Demands.

Discussion failed 
as Govt. is not ready to concede the demands.

All Trade Union Leaders unanimously decided to go ahead with the strike

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Brief Details On Pay Commissions 
1st Pay Commission
Was Appointed in 1946 headed sri Srinivasavaradachari as chairman .Minimumm basci pay for class -IV revised from 10 to 30.Minimum basic pay for class-III revised from 35 to 60 1 pay comm had fixed minimum wage as rs 55(30+DA-25)
2nd Pay Commision
Sri Jagannath Das was headed as chair man and it was set up in august 1957 .Minimum wage was fixed as 80(70+10+DA)

3rd Pay Commission 
Constituted in April 1970 and the chairman was Raghubir dayal and the minimum wage was fixed as Rs 185 After Negotiations it was raised to 196

4th Pay Commission 
The Fourth Pay Commission was constituted in June 1983 and its Chairman was Shri. P N Singhal.Minimum basic for Gr-D employee was fixed as rs.750 and for Higher official it was fixed as Rs.9000




1a) 196-3-220-EB-3-232750-12-870-EB-14- 9403.8
b) 200-3-212-4-232-EB-4-240(SG)
2a) 200-3-212-4-232-EB-4-240775-12-955-EB-14-10253.8
b) 200-3-206-4-234-EB-4-250
b) 210-4-226-EB-4-250-EB-5290
6a) 290-6-326-EB-8-350950-20-1150-EB-25-15003.4
b) 260-6-290-EB-6-326-8-366-EB-8-390-10-400
9a) 330-10-380-EB-12-500-EB-15-5601200-30-1560-EB-40-20403.6
10a) 380-12-500-15-5301320-30-1560-EB-40-20403.5
b) 380-12-500-EB-15-560
b) 425-15-530-EB-15-560-20-600
12a) 425-15-560–EB-20-6401400-40-1800-EB-50-23003.3
b) 425-15-500-EB-15-560-20-700
c) 455-15-560-20-700
13a) 425-15-500-EB-15-560-20-640-EB-20-700-25-7501400-40-1600-50-2300-EB-60-26003.3
b) 425-15-500-EB-15-560-20-700-EB-25-800
c)  470-15-530-EB-20650-EB-25-750
14a)  550-20-650-257501600-50-2300-EB-60-26602.9
b) 550-20-650-25-800
15a) 500-20-700-EB-25-9001640-60-2600-EB-75-29003.1
b) 550-25-750-EB-30-900
16a) 650-30-74035-800-EB-40-9602000-60-2300-EB-75-32002.8
b) 650-30-740-35-880-EB-40-1040
c) 700-30-760-35-900
d) 775-35-880-40-1000
18a) 840-40-10402375-75-3200-EB-100-35002.8
b) 840-40-1000-EB-40-1200
19a) 650-30-740-35-880-EB-40-10402000-60-2300-EB-3200-100-35003
b) 650-30-740-35-810-EB-35-880-40-1000-EB-40-1200
5th Pay commission
Constituted in 1994 chairman was Justice s.Ratnavel Pandian 5th cpc reduced pay scales from 51 to 34 .Minimum pay fixed as Rs.2550
Maximum pay fixed as Rs.30000

6th Pay Commission 
Constituted in july 2006 Chairman as Justice B.N Srikrishna .6th  cpc reduced number of pay scales.It recommended for abolition of Gr-D cadre Pay Band system has been introduced

V CPC Pay Scale
Sixth CPC Pay Structure
Sl.No.Post/GradeScale of PayName of Pay Band/ScaleCorresponding Pay BandsCorresponding Grade PayEntry Grade +band pay
17New Scale8000-275-13500(Group A Entry)PB-315600-391005400
33S-3122400-600-26000HAG+ Scale75500- (ann increment @ 3%) -80000Nil3.13
34S-3224050-650-26000HAG+ Scale75500- (annual increment @ 3%) -80000Nil3.13
35S-3326000 (Fixed)Apex Scale80000 (Fixed)Nil3.07
36S-3430000 (Fixed)Cab. Sec.90000 (Fixed)Nil3