Fixation of Pay for Medical Officers who are drawing Non Practising Allowance (NPA)

In the case of medical officers in respect of whom Non Practising Allowance (NPA) is admissible, the pay in the revised pay structure shall be fixed in the following manner :

Fixation of Pay for Medical Officers who are drawing Non Practising Allowance (NPA)

(i) the existing basic pay shall be multiplied by a factor of 2.57 and the figure so arrived at shall be added to by an amount equivalent to Dearness Allowance on the pre-revised Non-Practicing Allowance admissible as on 1st day of January, 2006. The figure so arrived at will be located in that Level in the Pay Matrix and if such an identical figure corresponds to any Cell in the applicable Level of the Pay Matrix, the same shall be the pay, and if no such Cell is available in the applicable Level, the pay shall be fixed at the immediate next higher Cell in that applicable Level of the Pay Matrix.

(ii) The pay so fixed under sub-clause (i) shall be added by the pre-revised Non Practicing Allowance admissible on the existing basic pay until further decision on the revised rates of Non Practicing Allowance.

Fixation of Pay for Medical Officers
Fixation of Pay for Medical Officers who are drawing Non Practising Allowance (NPA)

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  1. How will fixation for doctors availing NPA will be done on promotion after implementation of 7th CPC e.g. on 01/01/2017. Will NPA be taken into account as was done for fixation in 7th CPC from 6th CPC scales.
    If not there will be huge discrepancy in basic pay on promotion between doctor promoted on 31/12/2015 (fixed at 133500)and 01/01/2016 (fixed at 118500) especially from 7600 GP to 8700 GP. Please clarify.

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