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I have Attached Fixation of Pay
In terms of G.O. No/5142-J/JD/L/2S/23/24 DT 20.07.2009 of the Govt of West Bengal. Judicial Department issued by the concurrence with the finance department under their U.O.No/1561-Gr P (service) dated 01.06.2009 in compliance with the direction of the order of the Honorable Supreme Court of India passed in IA No, 71A.135-136.137-138 and 142 in WP (C) No. 1022/1989 and in view of the office order no 65 dated 03.03.2012 Sri Dilip Kumar Sanyal U.D. Asstt is declared and updated in Group II category in the pay scale of Rs 4500-9700/- with effect from 01.04.2003 Thus his pay is fixed in the following manner
Basic pay as on 01.04.2003 Rs7650/-
Fixed on the next stage above as
Per Rule 42(1) (i) W.B.S.R.PART I Rs150/-
Next date of increment will fall on the 1st day of April each and every year
Sri Sanyal is again promoted to Group I post in the scale of Rs4800-10925/-since 01.05.2003 vide order No 64 dated 03.03.2012 of Ld District Judge Hooghly
In terms of the above order the pay of Sri Sanyal is again refixed in the following manner
Pay as on 01.05.2003 Rs7800/-
One increment Under Rule
42 A (1) of W.B.S.R. part 1 Rs200/-
Stage Gap Rs225/-
The increment will fall due on 01.05.2004
Increment on 01.05.2004 Rs225/- raising pay to Rs8450/-
Increment on 01.05.2005 Rs225/- raising pay to Rs8675/-
Increment on 01.05.2006 Rs250/- raising pay to Rs8925/-
Increment on 01.05.2007 Rs250/- raising pay to Rs9175/-
His pay is again refixed w.e.f 01.04.2006 in terms of ROPA Rule 2009
Existing scale of pay as on 01.05.2006 : – Rs4800-10925/-
Pay Band (revised) applicable to PB 4 :- Rs9000-40500/-
Existing basic pay as on 01.04.2006 : – Rs8675/-
Pay after multiplication by a factor 1.86 :- Rs8675*1.86 = Rs16140/-
(To be rounded of to the next multiple of Rs10/-)
Pay in the pay band PB – 4 :- Rs16140/-
Grade pay attached to the scale :-Rs4400/-
Total of pay and Grade Pay : – Rs20540/- as on 01.04.2006
Date of next increment : – 01.07.2006
Increment on 01.07,2006 :-Rs620/- raising pay to Rs16760/-
Increment on 01.07.2007 :-Rs640/- raising pay to Rs17400/-
Increment on 01.07.2008 :-Rs660/- raising pay to Rs18060/-
Increment on 01.07.2009 :-Rs680/- raising pay to Rs18740/-
I. What is Performance-related pay?
Performance-related pay is money paid to someone relating to how well he or she works at the workplace.
II. Types of Performance-related pay
1. Organization-wide incentives:
Bonus earnings or pay levels based on measured quantities or values for the whole establishment; this is frequently the basis of contract price or tender-led schemes in local government.
2. Merit pay:
Bonus earnings or pay levels usually based on general assessment of an employee’s contributions to performance.
3. Individual performance related pay:
Bonus earnings or pay levels based on the assessment or appraisal of an employee’s (or team’s) performance against previously set objectives, usually part of a performance management system. This is a fairly recent development, particularly in the public sector and has grown sharply in use since the 1980s.
4. Profit related pay:
Bonus or share options based on the organization’s profit performance; this is widespread in the private sector, where share options are often important for senior managers. Profit related pay is now fairly common in local government.
Percentage payments on sales or turnover, paid on an individual or group basis; common in sales, retailing and other branches of distribution.
6. Payment by time and output:
The distinction between payment by time and output has long been blurred. Although both systems still exist in their pure forms, a wide variety has been developed, incorporating elements of both.
7. Measured day work:
It is one of the more important examples of a composite system. This occurs in a number of forms, but they all share the characteristics of pay linked on a single or stepped basis with measured output.
A price is paid for each unit of output. This is the oldest form of performance pay and is still used in some local government direct service organizations.
9. Payment by results:
Bonus earnings depend on measured qualities or values of output for individuals or groups, usually based on work studied time units; this covers a range of bonus schemes and still form the main method of performance pay for manual workers.