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Wednesday, 25 November 2015

AAS 6/12/18/24 and Promotion FR22 B guideline GO 38

Government has been released one more important G.O to implement the RPS 2015 about Automatic Advancement Scheme i.e G.O Ms. No 38 Fin Dt. 15.04.2015.

On the recommendations of Ninth Pay Revision Commission, the Government issued orders in G.O.Ms.No.93, Finance (PC.II) Dept., dt. 03.04.2010, modifying the earlier orders issued by extending the Scheme to the employees upto and inclusive of Grade XXV in the Revised Scale (i.e.) Rs.25600-50560 as against the scales of pay upto under Grade XXI. It was also ordered for fixation of pay under FR 22-B for those employees who are promoted after availing the benefit of Automatic
Advancement Scheme and if the above fixation results in, the senior drawing less pay than that of junior, the pay of the senior shall be stepped up w.e.f. the date of promotion of the junior to a figure equal to the pay fixed for the junior in the higher post to which he/she is promoted on or after 01.07.2008, subject to the conditions laid down therein, with monetary benefit from 01.02.2010. Further, Government also ordered that if the Service Rules are changed imposing additional qualifications, for promotion after the entry of the individual into service, he shall be allowed the benefit of the next scale contemplated under Special Adhoc Promotion Post Scale instead of denying the benefit of promotion and consequently the benefit of SPP-I/SPP-II Scales. Those who benefited from this dispensation cannot claim the benefit of SPP-I or II even if they acquire the necessary qualification at a later date. 

Subsequently, the Joint Action Committee of Employees, Workers and Teachers of the State, represented for change of periodicity of the Scheme as 6/12/18/24 years of service from the existing provision 8/16/24 years under Automatic Advancement Scheme. Government have agreed for the change of periodicity from the existing 8/16/24 to 6/12/18/24 years, for appointments under the Automatic Advancement Scheme and accordingly orders were issued in the G.O. 13th read above. Subsequently, necessary clarifications were also issued in the Memos.

The 10th Pay Revision Commission has opined that the scheme requires no further changes and it may be continued to be implemented as indicated below:

  • i. The existing Special Grade, SPP IA/ SAPP IA/ SPP IB/ SAPP IB/SPPII/SAPP-II may be continued with the Special Grade after 6 years, SPPIA/SAPP-IA after 12 years, SPP-IB/SAPP-IB after 18 years and SPPII/SAPP-II after 24 years.
  • ii. If service rules are amended prescribing additional qualifications for promotion the Commission recommends that the existing incumbents maybe exempted from possession of such higher qualifications for appointment to Special Promotion posts under Automatic Advancement Grades.
  • iii. The benefit of pay fixation under F.R.22-B be continued on promotion even if the employee had derived the benefit under SG or SPP I-A andSPP I-B and if this results in the senior drawing less pay than the junior,the pay of the senior be stepped up to that of the junior subject to the conditions enumerated in G.O.Ms. No.297, Fin. (PRC-I) Dept., dated: 25-10-1983.
  • iv. Where service rules are relaxed to enable regular promotion, they shouldbe automatically extended to the Automatic Advancement Scheme forpurposes of extending the benefit of SPP-IA / SPP-II.
  • v. In certain categories like Attender, Dafedar, Jamedar and Record Assistants or Roneo Operators, it was decided that the services rendered by them in these categories together shall be reckoned for purpose of Automatic Advancement Scheme. The commission recommended for continuation of this special dispensation.
  • vi. The benefit of Automatic Advancement Scheme may be continued upto and inclusive of Grade-XXV in the revised scales i.e., Rs.49,870-1,00,770.
Government accepted the above recommendations with certainmodificationand accordingly hereby order that,
  • i. The existing Special Grade, SPP-IA/SAPP-IA/SPP-IB/SAPP-IB/SPPII/SAPP-II shall be continued with the Special Grade after 6 years, SPPIA/SAPP-IA after 12 years, SPP-IB/SAPP-IB after 18 years and SPPII/SAPP-II after 24 years.
  • ii. If service rules are changed prescribing additional qualifications for promotion after the entry of the individual into service, thereby depriving him of the benefit of promotion and consequently to the benefits of Special Promotion Post Scale-I A&B/Special Promotion Post Scales-II, he/she shall be given the benefit of the next scale contemplated under the Special Adhoc Promotion Post Scale-IA & IB and SAPP-II.
  • iii. The benefit of pay fixation under F.R.22-B be continued on promotion even if the employee had derived the benefit under SG or SPP I-A and SPP I-B and if this results in the senior drawing less pay than the junior the pay of the senior be stepped up to that of the junior subject to theconditions enumerated in G.O.Ms. No.297, Fin. (PRC-I) Dept., dated: 25-10-1983.
  • iv. Where service rules are relaxed to enable regular promotion, they shouldbe automatically extended to the Automatic Advancement Scheme for purposes of extending the benefit of SPP-IA / SPP-II.
  • v. In certain categories like Attender, Dafedar, Jamedar and RecordAssistants or Roneo Operators, it was decided that the services rendered bythem in these categories together shall be reckoned for purpose ofAutomatic Advancement Scheme.
  • vi. The benefit of Automatic Advancement Scheme shall be continued up toand inclusive of Grade-XXV in the revised scales i.e., Rs.49,870-1,00,770.
The employees after availing the benefit of SPP-II are not eligible for the Automatic Advancement Scheme on their further promotions.

AAS 6/12/18/24 Promotion fixation G.O Ms.No 38 - Download

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