Final Chart Revised Pay Scale 2017 – Notification Issued By Finance Division GoP

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Final Chart Revised Pay Scale 2017 – Notification Issued By Finance Division GoP

Complete and Final Chart Basic Pay Scale Revised 2017 and 2016 - Finance Division Notification Issued on July 3 2017
Complete and Final Chart Basic Pay Scale Revised 2017 and 2016 – Finance Division Notification Issued on July 3 2017

Government of Pakistan, Finance Ministry, Finance Division, Regulation Wing has issued notification of Revised pay Scales 2017. The chart is given in a annexure. This issued vide circular No. O.M.No.F.1(3)Imp/2017-500 dated 03-07-2017. The heading of the annexure is “Basic Pay Scales of the civil servants”.

Both the previous and latest pay scale charts are given bellow. Previous scale revision was carried out in 2016.

Pay Scale Chart 2017 (BPS-1 to BPS-22)

This revised pay scales chart has been arranged according to the grades / scales of the federal government employees. Every public servant has a unique scale. All the salary based on that scale.  Stages of each grade are also given in the chart.  BPS-1 to BPS-16 has 30stages. BPS-17 to BPS-19 has 20 stages. While from BPS-20 to BPS-22 the stages are 14 in number.

Basic Pay Scales Revised in 2001, 2005, 2008, 2011, 2015, 2016 and 2017

Notification of Revised Basic pay and Allowance 2017

Adhoc Relief Allowance 2017

Finance division has also issued notification of adhoc relief allowance 2017. It is 10% of running basic pay of the govt employees workig in grade 1 to grade 22.

Annexure-II – 0.M.No.F.1(3)Imp/2017-500 dated 03-07-2017

A) Those who are in receipt of an allowance equal to 100% of basic pay in BPS-2008 as on 30-06-2011 and not in receipt of Ad-hoc Allowance-2010 @ 50%, the existing amount of 100% allowance shall be reduced by 50% w.e.f. 01-07-2017.
Example
Mr. N, Assistant Director, (BPS-17) in receipt of basic pay of Rs.48,600/- on 30-06-2017 with the frozen level of an allowance of Rs.14,520/- equal to 100% of basic pay in BPS-16 of BPS-2008 will draw a reduced amount of Rs.7,260/- w.e.f. 01-07-2017 calculated as under:
30-06-2017 01-07-2017 Basic Pay in BPS-17 48,600/- Basic Pay in BPS-17 57,970/-Amount of 100% allowance in BPS-16 14,520/- -Amount of 100% allowance -Less: amount to be reduced (50% of Rs.14520) -Amount admissible on 01-07-2017 14,520/-(7,260/-) 7,260/-Total 63,120/- Total 65,230/-
B) Those who are in receipt of an allowance equal to 100% of basic pay in BPS-2011 as on 30-06-2015 and not in receipt of Ad-hoc Allowance-2010 @ 50%, the existing amount of 100% allowance shall be reduced w.e.f. 01-07-2017 by 50% of the amount to be calculated on the level admissible on 30.6.2011.
Example Mr. T, Assistant Director, (BPS-18) in receipt of basic pay of Rs.39,090/- on 30.06.17 with the frozen level of an allowance of Rs.19,600/- equal to 100% of basic pay in B-17 of BPS-2011 will draw a reduced amount of Rs.13,565/- calculated as under:
30-06-2017 01-07-2017 Basic Pay in BPS-18 39,090/- Basic Pay in BPS-18 -Amount of 100% allowance -Less: amount to be reduced (50% of Rs.12,070 it) -Amount admissible on 01-07-2017 19,600/-(6,035/4 46,960/-13,565/-Amount of 100% allowance in BPS-17 19,600/- Total 58,690/- Total 60,525/-‘ 6,035 is 50% of Rs.12,070/- which is corresponding stage in BPS-2008 against the stage of Rs.19,600/- in BPS-2011.

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7 thoughts on “Final Chart Revised Pay Scale 2017 – Notification Issued By Finance Division GoP

  1. Mumtaz

    In notification issued on 3-7-17, 15% increase in pension has been discontinued. This will surely effect the pension amount. What measures are taken to remove this discrepancy and what formula is now for 2017-18.

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  2. adeel

    My Bais Pay 18440
    Ad-hoc Allowance-2010 3030
    how much my salary Basic Pay Scales Revised

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  3. Tariq Mahmood

    The increase for pensioners is ‘peanuts;
    just shame for the Government

    tariq

    Reply
  4. Prof Abdul Latif Soomro

    What about pensioners like I retired in BPS-21 in the year 2007. How much I will get from July 2017

    Reply

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