Transport Allowance Increses in 6th Pay Commission

As per 6th Pay Commission of Central Government the Maharashtra Government Implemented 6th Pay but the Transport Allowance is not implemented till 31.03.2010. In this contest the Maharashtra Government issued a Government Resolution regarding Transport Allowance on 05 th April 2010 vide resolution No. VAHBH-2009/Pra-Kra.78/Seva-5. The Transport Allowance is applicable vide above Government Resolution from 01st April 2010 to State Governemnt, Non-Government Employee of Maharashtra.

Without any type of disability:

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6th Pay Fixation Data Collection Form for Non-Teaching Staff of Maharashtra Govt. Employee

Maharashtra Government Non-teaching Staff employee have a great news of Pay Fixation:
Soft Corner Developed a software of pay fixation along with relevant approved forms such as pay Pay Fixation, Arrears Statement, Current Salary, Option forms etc.

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In 6th Pay Lower Scales of Pay for Readers promoted under Merit Promotion Scheme

Existing Scenario: Once a teacher, always a teacher is a very popular saying.
However, issues relating to the age of superannuation of teachers, post-retirement
benefit of Pension and terminal benefits like Provident Fund and Gratuity have
always been matters of concern for them since these relate to social security
available to them once they have finished their teaching careers.
The Pay Review Committee during its interaction with teachers and also after
scrutinizing the data made available to it through responses to its questionnaires and
also through the written representations made to it noted with grave concern that
there was no uniformity in the availability of such benefits to university and college
teachers across the country. Even with respect to a significant issue like the age of
superannuation, the span is from fifty five to sixty five with fifty eight, sixty, sixty two
as terminal stages in between. Similarly, there are teachers who enjoy the benefits of
post-retirement pension while others have no such support. In some institutions the
provision of general provident fund is available for a section of in-service teachers
while others even in the same institution are governed by the Contributory Provident
Fund Scheme.

Keeping all this in mind and being aware of the fact that issues of social security will
go a long way in attracting fresh talent to teaching in colleges and universities, the
Pay Review Committee makes the following recommendations.

The age of Superannuation:
Keeping in mind the fact that the field of higher education is currently facing an acute
shortage of teachers at all levels and also being aware of the decision of the central
government to expand the base of college and university education significantly
throughout the country during the XI Five Year Plan which has been declared as the
Plan for Education, The Pay Review Committee recommends that the age of
superannuation of teachers should be 65 years throughout the country
whether working in a State or Central University as also whether in a college or
in a university.

The Pay Review Committee also believes that the fears expressed by certain
quarters that raising the age of superannuation to sixty five years would have an
adverse impact on the recruitment of young teachers at the entry level is both
misconstrued and misplaced. According to the understanding of the Pay Review
Committee, the demand and supply situation of teachers for higher education is such
that even after this provision of sixty five years as the age of superannuation of
teachers is put in place, there would still be a significant shortfall in the availability of
qualified teachers. Moreover, the academic institutions will continue to derive the
benefits of availability of senior academics both in teaching and research. This would
indeed be a big factor towards the improvement in quality of teaching and research.
The Pay Review Committee is of the considered opinion that while allowing the
institutions to continue to derive the benefits of participation by senior academics in
both teaching and research; it will also attract talented young academics to the

Date of Next Increment in the Revised Pay Structure

Dear Friends,

Do you know ? What the Increment Date & How to count 3% Increment Amount ?

As per Government Circular, Finance Department No. RPS-1209/CR-69/SER-9 Dated 29 April 2009 the date of next increment and how much amount of 3% counting is as below:

This rule prescribes the manner in which the next increment in the new Pay Structure should be regulated. The provisos to this rule are intended to eliminate the anomalies of junior Government Servants drawing more pay than their senior by the operation of substantive part of this rule and also taking care of the Government servants who have been drawing pay at the maximum of the existing scale for more than one year as on 01.01.2006 and also those Government Servant who have been stagnating at the maximum of the scale.

The increment as on 01.07.2006 under the rule as well as subsequent annual increment thereafter are admissible subject to the provisions contained in the rule 36 and 39 of the Maharashtra Civil Services (Pay) Rules, 1981.

Date of Increment = 01st July of the Calender Year.

3% Increment...
  • If amount is come below than 0.01 to 0.99, the amount of increment is counted is 0 of rounded by 10.
  • If amount is come getter than 1.00 to 9.99, the amount of increment is counted is 10 by rounded by 10.

For Primary Teacher (Shikshan Sevak) Employment 20 % reservation to D.Ed. (English Medium) Candidates.

All over the world English is very powerful language in comparison to others regional language. On this way the Maharashtra State Government have put one a foot to Primary Teachers (Shikshan Sevak) employments by 20% reservation as per Government Resolution No. PRE-2010/Prakra-407/10/Prashi-1 dated 22.07.10.

The students have qualification who passed D.Ed. in English medium to get priority:

6th Pay Differential Calculator with Final updates

The Maharashtra State Government implemented 6th Pay Commission from 1st Jan. 2006 as per Central Government Pay Commission with small changes. The Maharashtra State Government/Semi Government Employee/None-Government Employee enjoying the salary of 6th Pay from Jun-2009 which is paid in July-2009 as per Published Notification through Finance Department No. RPS 1209/CR-27/SER-9 dated 22nd April 2009. The Hakim Committee submitted their report to Maharashtra State Government and according to this report Maharashtra State Government were passed a Resolution of 6th pay as well as the Government was implemented 6th Pay. Now, as per Notification of Maharashtra State Government declared HRA & CA Rates and hence “Soft Corner” make Revised New Perfect Calculations for 6th Pay of Maharashtra Government.


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New D.A. 8% from June-2010 in Maharashtra

As per Central Government criteria the Maharashtra State implemented 6th Pay D.A. from 01.06.2010. The Union Government increased the Dearness Allowance (DA) on Friday for central government employees and pensioners by 8% (Eight) percentage from 01st June, 2010 towards compensate of current price rise. The increase D.A. difference will paid soon.

The increase is in accordance with the accepted formula based on the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Ambika Soni told reporters after a meeting of the Union Cabinet in New Delhi.

The increase would be eight per cent over the existing rate of 27 per cent of basic pay or pension.
The additional installment of Dearness Allowance would be released with effect from January this year.

Maharashtra Government Increases Scholarship Rates

Maharashtra Government implemented scholarship structure and rate as per Resolution No. SCH-2009/(90/09) kepuyo. dated 27-07-2010.

The differential Scholarship rate as bellows:

Class 5 to 7 - Old Rate 75/- New Rate 100/-
Class 8 to 10 - Old Rate 100/- New Rate 150/-

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How to Credit 39 Months 6th Pay Arrears & Recovery - Insturctions

As per Maharashtra Civil Services (Revised Pay Rules, 2009) Circular No. RPS-1209/CR-69/SER-09 Dated 29th April-2009, pay in the revised pay structure is payable in cash from the 1st Day of April-2009. The amount of arrears admissible for the period from 1st day of January 2006 to 31st March-2009 should be credited in General Provident Fund Account of an individual in five (5) equal Installments over a period of Five Years after adjusting the amount of advances sanctioned vide Government Resolution, Finance Department No. RPS-1208/CR-72-SER-9 dated 06-10-2008. The Government is pleased to prescribed detailed procedure for this purpose as follows:

* (a) In case where subscription to the Provident Fund account already made by Government servants falls short of the minimum prescribed in the Provident Fund Rules on the basis of pay Fixed in the revised pay structure, the same should be recovered for the period from 1st Day of January-2006 to 31st March-2009.
* (b) The amount of arrears to be credited to Provident fund shall be the net amount-

1. after deduction of arrears of Professional Tax, payable on Revised amount of pay,
2. after deducting increased amount of license fee payable on revised pay in respect of Government servants, occupying Government quarter, and
3. after adjustment of Government dues (i.e. Recovery due to revised pay Fixation, Excess Pay of Naxal, Ones Step Promotion or any other recovery etc.)


1. Amount of Arrears (As per Due, Drawn Difference Statement) Rs. 250000.00
2. Amount of Advance Granted (As per GR No. RPS-1208/CR-72/SEC-09) Rs. 25000.00
3. Amount to Be deducted/adjusted as per clause (a) & (b) i.e. Professional Tax, Recovery due to revised Pay Fixation, Excess Pay of Naxal, Ones Step Promotion or Any other Govt. Recovery etc. Rs. 15000.00
4. Balance Amount of Arrears (1-2-3) Rs. 210000.00
5. Amount of yearly installment (Sr. No. 4/5) Rs. 42000.00