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RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 11TH PAY REVISION COMMISSION
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF SECRETARIES HEADED BY THE CHIEF SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT TO EXAMINE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 11TH PAY REVISION COMMISSION
The Government of Andhra Pradesh has constituted the 11th Pay Revision Commission (PRC), vide the G.O. Ms. No.75, General Administration (SC-A), dated 28-05-2018. The terms of reference (ToRs) of the 11th PRC are as mentioned hereunder.

AP PRC 2021 Report - AP Pay Revision Commission 2021 Report Highlights

AP PRC 2021 Report - AP Pay Revision Commission 2021 Report Highlights. AP PRC Recommendations on Fitment. This is based on the JSC Meeting and the abstract copy which is circulating in Social Media. AP PRC 2021 Fitment News. AP PRC Committee has recommended fitment of 27% as per th News Scrolling in social media platforms.
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Recommendations of 11th PRC - Government Employees
Pay Scale & Fitment:
a. Retention of the concept of Master Scale with 32 Grades and 83 stages (increase from 81)
b. Evolution of new pay scale by merging 100% of Dearness Allowance (as on 01.07. 2018) with Basic Pay and adding a fitment benefit of 27 % on Basic Pay.
c. Formulation the Master scale with the following features:
11th PRC Committee Report in Brief:
  • The Master Scale concept is retained with 32 Grades and 83 stages (increased from 81  stages). The Master scale is formulated with the following features: 
  • Annual increment to range from 3% of the pay in initial stages to 2.34% at the end.
  • Periodicity of increase in increment is recommended to be 3 years up to stage 72 in the  Master Scale, 4 years for stage 73-80 and 2 years thereafter.
  • The New Pay Scale is evolved by merging 100% of Dearness Allowance (as on 01-07- 2018) with Basic Pay and adding the fitment benefit. 
  • The ‘Minimum Pay’ for the lowest paid employee is to be ₹.20,000/- per month. 
  • The ‘Maximum Pay’ in the Master scale is worked out to Rs1,79,000/- p.m. which  represents a Maximum to Minimum ratio of 8.95. 
  • In the event of stagnation in pay scale, grant of up to 5 stagnation increments is  recommended. 
  • The Master Scale structure recommended is as follows:
  • 20000-600-21800-660-23780-720-25940--780-28280-850-30830-920-33590-990-36560- 1080-39800-1170-43310-1260-47090-1350-51140-1460-55520-1580-60260-1700- 65360-1830-70850-1960-76730-2090-83000-2240-89720-2390-96890-2540-104510- 2700-112610-2890-121280-3100-130580-3320-140540-3610-154980-3900-170580- 4210-179000 (83 stages)
  • The assignment of pay scales to the different categories of employees would be as  recommended by the Commission in Volumes II, III and IV of this Report.

 Comparison of 11th PRC Committee Report Vs Secretaries Committee Report

11th PRC Committee Report
Committee of Secretaries Report
Key Recommendations on Pay Scales
The Master Scale concept is retained with 32 Grades and 83 stages (increased from 81  stages). The Master scale is formulated with the following features: 
Annual increment to range from 3% of the pay in initial stages to 2.34% at the end.
Periodicity of increase in increment is recommended to be 3 years up to stage 72 in the  Master Scale, 4 years for stage 73-80 and 2 years thereafter www.apteachers.in.
The New Pay Scale is evolved by merging 100% of Dearness Allowance (as on 01-07- 2018) with Basic Pay and adding the fitment benefit. 
The ‘Minimum Pay’ for the lowest paid employee is to be ₹.20,000/- per month. 
The ‘Maximum Pay’ in the Master scale is worked out to Rs1,79,000/- p.m. which  represents a Maximum to Minimum ratio of 8.95. 
In the event of stagnation in pay scale, grant of up to 5 stagnation increments is  recommended. 
The Master Scale structure recommended is as follows:
20000-600-21800-660-23780-720-25940--780-28280-850-30830-920-33590-990-36560- 1080-39800-1170-43310-1260-47090-1350-51140-1460-55520-1580-60260-1700- 65360-1830-70850-1960-76730-2090-83000-2240-89720-2390-96890-2540-104510- 2700-112610-2890-121280-3100-130580-3320-140540-3610-154980-3900-170580- 4210-179000 (83 stages)
The assignment of pay scales to the different categories of employees would be as  recommended by the Commission in Volumes II, III and IV of this Report.
Accepted All Recommendations on this Point
FITMENT
PRC Committee Report :
The Commission has recommended a fitment benefit of  27 % on Basic Pay.
The Committee recommends to adopt a
fitment of 14.29% as followed by the 7th Central Pay Commission.
Date of Effect of PRC Pay Scales
Date of Effect of New Pay Scale
The new pay scales may come into effect from 1-7-2018.  Government may however take a view regarding the date from which the monetary benefit
The Committee  recommends the following on Date of effect of New Pay Scale,
a) The Revised Pay Scales 2021 (RPS 2021) may be implemented w.e.f. 1-7-2018 as  recommended by the 11th PRC.
b) The Revised Pay Scales for PTD employees (erstwhile APSRTC www.apteachers.in employees) may  be implemented w.e.f. 01-01-2020.
c) The monetary benefit may be implemented w.e.f. 01-10-2022 i.e. salary for the  month of October 2022 payable in November 2022.
d) No arrears will accrue since the Interim Relief will continue to be paid till the  implementation of the monetary benefit.
Dearness Allowance DA
Dearness Allowance
the Commission recommends a  conversion factor of 0.91 for sanction of DA from 1-1-2019. It means that for every 1 %  increase in DA sanctioned by the Government of India, the DA to be sanctioned by the State  to its employees would be 0.91% starting from 1-1-2019.
The Committee recommends that the Conversion factor of 0.91% for  sanction of DA from 1-1-2019
HRA House Rent Allowance
House Rent Allowance
HRA may be allowed at the following rates 
(i) @ 30% of basic pay subject to a ceiling of ₹.26,000/- p.m. for employees  shifting from Hyderabad on bifurcation of State.
 (ii) @ 22% of pay basic pay subject to a ceiling of ₹.22,500/- p.m. in cities with  population above 10 lakh  ap teachers. in
(iii) @ 20% of pay basic pay subject to a ceiling of ₹.20,000/- p.m. in cities with  population of above 2 lakh and up to 10 lakh. 
(iv) @ 14.5% of pay basic pay subject to a ceiling of ₹.20,000/- p.m. in cities  with population of above 50,000 and up to 2 lakh 
(v) Rest of the employees @12% subject to a limit of ₹.17,000 p.m. 
Additional HRA in lieu of rent free accommodation is retained at 8 % of basic pay,  but the monetary ceiling is recommended to be increased from ₹.2,000/- to ₹.2,600/- p.m
Employees in cities having a population up to 5 lakh: 8% of basic pay
Employees in cities having a population from 5 to 50 lakh: 16% of basic pay
Employees in cities having a population more than 50 lakh: 24% of basic pay 
CCA City Compensatory Allowance
City Compensatory Allowance CCA:
The quantum of allowance is increased for all  the pay ranges (Municipal Corporations of Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada ₹400-1000 and  other Municipal Corporations ₹,300-750

the Committee recommends to discontinue the CCA in Andhra  Pradesh as well in line with the practice being followed by Government of India.
Leave Benefits
Leave Benefits
a) Additional 5 days Casual Leave has been recommended in favour of non-teaching women  employees on par with the teaching women employees; 
b) Child Adoption Leave up to 180 days is recommended for woman employee having less than  two surviving children if she legally adopts a child up to one year of age. Subject to the same  conditions, paternity leave up to 15 days may be extended to ‘single’ male employees  (unmarried/widower/divorcee) within a period of 6 months of child adoption; 
c) Child Care Leave has been recommended to be increased to 180 days in a maximum of three  spells. It may also be extended to ‘single’ male employees (unmarried/widower/divorcee); 
d) Special Casual Leave of up to 7 days in a year is recommended for orthopedically challenged  employees needing to change prosthetic aides. Same duration of Special Casual Leave has  also been recommended for Nursing staff working in high risk ward; 
e) Revised rates have been prescribed for Ex-gratia Allowance payable to the employees who are  granted extraordinary leave for the treatment of certain diseases. 
The Committee recommends to accept the recommendations of 11th PRC on  Leave Benefits in toto
Automtic Advacement Scheme
Automatic Advancement Scheme
The existing scheme of AAS may continue with the following modifications: 
(1) The present SPP Scale II/SAPP ScaleII, eligible after 24 years of service in the same post,  may be rechristened as SPP Scale IIA/SAPP ScaleIIA 
(2) An employee, on completion of 30 years of service in a particular post, may be granted one  increment in the SPP Scale IIA/ SAPP Scale IIA, as the case may be, which shall be called  the Special Promotion Post Scale II-B/ Special Adhoc Promotion Post Scale II-B. 
(3) The benefit of Automatic Advancement Scheme may be continued up to and inclusive of  Grade 25 in the revised scales i.e., ₹.76730-162780
The Committee,  after examination of the recommendation, proposes that the same may be accepted in  toto.
Medical Benefits
Medical Benefits
a) In order to ensure financial sustainability of EHS, the quantum of employees’ contribution  should be increased in steps over a period of time along with similar step-up in the  Government contribution; 
b) The pending claims of the network hospitals should be settled expeditiously by releasing  additional funds to the Arogyasri Trust; 
c) The facility of Annual Health check-up may be extended to the Pensioner and his/her spouse; 
d) The Dr. YSR Arogyasri Trust may hold talks with a few hospitals in Hyderabad, Bangalore  and Chennai, empanelled by the concerned State Governments, for inclusion under the EHS; 
e) Medical Allowance to Service Pensioners / Family Pensioners is recommended to be  enhanced to ₹.500/- p.m.
The Committee,  after examination of the recommendation, proposes that the same may be accepted in  toto
Special Pays
Special Pays
The quantum/rate of Special Pay for the existing category of  employees has been recommended to be suitably enhanced. In respect of a few categories, we have  recommended its discontinuance
The Committee accepts the recommendation of 11th PRC to  the extent of constitution of a separate committee of senior secretaries and HR experts  to examine the issue of Special Pay and the existing guidelines on special pays are  recommended to be continued till the recommendations of the aforementioned  committee are finalised.
Other Allowances
Other Allowances
 a) Mileage Allowance is recommended to be increased to ₹.15.50 per k.m. for petrol driven  vehicles, ₹.11.50 per k.m. for diesel driven vehicles and ₹.6.40 per k.m. for motor cycles/  scooters. 
b) Rates of Daily Allowance and Lodging Charges may be enhanced by 33 % to ₹.300-600 per  day for tours inside the State and ₹.400-800 per day for tours outside the State 
c) For the purpose of payment of lodging charges a fresh classification of places, inside and  outside the State, has been drawn up and lodging charges have been fixed from ₹.300/- to  ₹.1700/- per day. 
d) Conveyance charges to Court Masters and Personal Secretaries to Hon’ble Judges of A.P.  High Court/ APAT has been increased to a maximum of ₹.5000/- per month. 
e) Fixed Travelling Allowance enhanced to a maximum of ₹.1700/- per month from the  existing ₹.1200/- per month. The rates applicable for minimum 20 days touring in a month  have been rationalised pro rata compared to the rates fixed for minimum 15 days touring in  a month. Several new categories of employees from the Departments of Animal Husbandry,  Cooperation, Sericulture, School Education and Panchayatiraj/Tribal Welfare Engineering  have been recommended to be added to the list to get FTA. 
f) The limit for Tuition Fee reimbursement has been enhanced to ₹.2500/- per annum per  child, subject to a maximum of two children. 
g) Funeral Charges of deceased employee has been recommended for increase to ₹.20,000/-. 
h) Special Compensatory Allowance payable for working in the Tribal areas has been increased  from the existing minimum and maximum of ₹.500/- per month and ₹.1275/- per month  respectively to ₹. 700/- per month and ₹.1800/- per month. 
i) Substantial increases have been suggested in Uniform Allowance, Uniform Maintenance  Allowance and Stitching Charges. 
j) Enhanced admissibility of Risk Allowance has been suggested and new categories have been  added to the existing list of employees eligible for ‘Risk Allowance’ in the Departments of  Animal Husbandry and Forest. 
k) ‘Ration Allowance’ has been recommended at enhanced rates. New categories have been  suggested for inclusion in the Insurance Medical Service and HM&FW departments. 
l) Increases have been recommended in ‘Emergency Health Care Allowance’, PG Degree and  Diploma Allowance, Non Private Practice Allowance, Tribal Allowance and Rural  Allowance for several categories of employees in Medical related Departments.
m) ‘Readers Allowance’ to Visually Challenged teacher and lecturers is recommended to be  enhanced by 33 percent, up to a maximum of ₹. 1200/- per month.
n) ‘Delhi Allowance’ / ‘Special Compensatory Allowance’, to the staff working in the Andhra  Pradesh Bhavan at New Delhi, has been recommended to be enhanced to 15% of Basic Pay  subject to a maximum of ₹.5000/- per month. 
o) ‘Special Gratuity Allowance’ to drivers of AP Bhavan has been recommended to be increased  to ₹.30/- per hour subject to a ceiling of 100 hours in a month. 
p) ‘Conveyance Allowance’ to physically challenged employees has been enhanced to 10% of  Basic Pay subject to a maximum of ₹.2000/- per month. 
The Committee,  after examination of the recommendation, proposes that the same may be accepted in  toto especially since it is beneficial to women and differently abled employees and are  progressive in nature
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  1. 27% fittment is not satisfied

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  2. Please increase fitment above 35 percent

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  3. Please change master scales as for 23persent

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