** Miscellaneous charges towards Fuel, Electricity, Water etc.
*** Additional expenditure towards Education, Medical Treatment, Recreation, Festivals, Ceremonies etc.,
**** Additional other expenditure towards food (Food Habits are changed drastically since 1957 . People used to take dry fruits, nuts and other high protein foods nowadays .
They are costlier), modern technological devices like Mobiles, Laptops, Tabs and other electronic gadgets, internet, cable/dish TVs. And transport expenditure also increase largely due to increase in the prices of petrol and diesel.
**** So the minimum Wage Should be fixed at Rs. 24,000/-
Based on above what should be the Minimum Pay: – and Maximum Pay Minimum Pay: Rs. 24000/- and Maximum Pay: Rs.1,73,720/
We propose Master Scale and Minimum pay basing on the current prices and as per ILC norms and recommendations of 7th Pay Revision Commission of Central Government and the rate of Increment as 3%. And also we propose that the Increment should be calculated at every stage of the Master Scale.
We propose – in the place of present system the following scales in AAS should be given.
Special Grade – After 5 years
SPP I A – After 10 years ) SPP I B – After 15 years } in the same scale
SPP II A – After 20 years ) SPP II B – After 25 year } in the same scale
Regarding House Rent Allowances – along with classification and quantum of HRA should be modified as House Rents are very high not only in the CRDA region but also in all towns and cities of AndhraPradesh due to high rise in real estate values. So we are proposing following classification. 1. Amaravathi (including Vijayawada, Guntur & villages and towns cums under CRDA & Visakhapatnam municipal Corporation. – 30%
2. All municipal Corporations and Municipalities having population above Two Lakhs – 25% 3. Municipalities having population above one Lakh – 20% 4. All other Municipalities and Nagara Panchayats – 18% 5. All other Villages – 15%