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One Rank-1 Pension for Ex-Servicemen: Sixth Pay Commission Pension & Salary

Thousands of Ex servicemen - Retired Army Jawans and Commission officers will now have reasons to feel happy about. They will benefit from the recent announcement made by the Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, about a One Rank One Pension scheme. It will come as a big bonanza for the retired army jawans. As per Express India, Pranab Mukherjee had said the government had accepted recommendations to improve the pension prior to January 1, 2006, and have defence pensioners below officer rank and bring pre-October 10, 1997, pensioners on par with those who followed. Sixth Pay Commission Salary Hike
How many officers and jawans will benefit from this announcement for the One Rank One Pension scheme for Sixth Pay Commission?
Around 12 lakh awans and JCOs (Junio Commissioned Officers) are expected to benefit from this latest announcment.

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By which date will the the One Rank One Pension scheme for Sixth Pay Commission be implemented?
It is reported that the scheme will be implemented from July 1.


General Sixth Pay Commission Salary Hike & Arrears Calculator (Indicative)

Salary Calculator for Pension calculations for Sixth Pay Commission Salary Hike (Indicative)



Any details about the designation or posts for which people will benefit?
Yes. Officers at the ranks of jawan, naik, havildar, naik subedar and subedar major are learnt to benefit from this scheme.

The biggest cause of concern for these officers was that there was a big differene or gap in the pensions of past and present retirees. October 1997 post and pre were affected by the Fifth pay Commission.

Any other details available regarding the salary?
Yes. As per the reports, OROP scales should come around Rs 14,000 for all. "It would benefit all ranks." Now there are three bands of payment, to be now merged. The first band features sepoy to havildar at Rs 4,500 basic pension, the second band includes naik subedars and subedar majors at Rs 9,300, while the third band pays Rs 13,750 after the Sixth Pay Commission
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joseph said...(on 5 August 2010 09:08 )  

One rank One pension recently announced by the Govt of India got some clarification. I am an ex-servicemen and completed 28 years of Service in Royal Indian Army and retired on 01 May 2006. My basic pension as per new 6th pay commission has been fixed as Rs 9915/- whereas the same rank and category ex-servicemen who retired before 01 Jan 2006 are getting basic pension as Rs 11970/-. So think yourself which one is correct and what happened to our higher authorities. So many similar cases are available and quote your comments please

JAWANA said...(on 30 October 2010 06:22 )  

I have taken a case with Integrated HQW of MoD(Army) and I have received a reply from the that the anomaly in service pension between pre and post retired Sub was projectyed to MoD and with the issue of Govt of India, MoD letter No 17(4)/08(2)/D(Pen/Pol) dated 18 Aug 2010 has been rectified.

muthalappan said...(on 10 August 2011 05:02 )  

As per the Govt order dated 18 Aug 2010 the pension of the affected personnel will be fixed to maximum of the pay band of the rank/group (suo-moto) let us see what will be done on the order ?

muthalappan said...(on 10 August 2011 05:08 )  

PCDA Pension allahabad clearly replied on the query about less pension of post 2006 JCOs from pre 2006 JCOs. Govt was issued a letter dated 18.8.2010 pension will be recalculated if the pension is found beneficial in term of the order then suo-moto corr PPO will be issued ?if found beneficial.

jawana Ram said...(on 3 December 2011 02:19 )  

No action has been taken by the PCDA (Pension), Allahabad on the Govt of India, Min of letter No Government of India, Ministry letter No. 17(4)/08/(2)/D(Pen/Policy) dated 18.08.2010 till date and no reply to our letter has given by them. As and when we will received the Suo Motto Corr PPO as per above letter.

jawana Ram said...(on 3 December 2011 02:22 )  

I have taken a case with Integrated HQW of MoD(Army) and I have received a reply from the that the anomaly in service pension between pre and post retired Sub was projectyed to MoD and with the issue of Govt of India, MoD letter No 17(4)/08(2)/D(Pen/Pol) dated 18 Aug 2010 has been rectified. Now more than One Year has been lapsed but no action taken either by Records Office or PCDA (Pension) on the above letter till date. Please intimate as and when we will receive Corr PPO as per above letter.

jawana Ram said...(on 3 December 2011 02:24 )  

I have taken a case with Integrated HQW of MoD(Army) and I have received a reply from the that the anomaly in service pension between pre and post retired Sub was projectyed to MoD and with the issue of Govt of India, MoD letter No 17(4)/08(2)/D(Pen/Pol) dated 18 Aug 2010 has been rectified. But now more than one year has been lapsed but no Corr PPO has been received/issued by the PCDA (Pension_) and not reply of our querry has been given. Sir as and when we will received the Corr PPO as per above letter.

Hem Ghale said...(on 2 July 2012 21:50 )  

5th pay comission only for benifits jcos (junior commision officer)6th Pay commission only for took benifits officer
no benifits for other ranks (ORS)
every thing hard worker for india only Jawans but no benifits......... but ?????????????

Hem Ghale said...(on 2 July 2012 21:54 )  

5th pay commision only took benifits JCOs and 6th pay commision only for officer but no benifits for OR's( naik and havildar)but ??????????????????? which pay commision will give benifits for other ranks Naik & Havildar actually they are hard worker<

harbir singh said...(on 27 September 2012 08:42 )  

i 13967261-w hav.sumer singh retired on 1 april 2006 completed 20 years of service .that time basic pay was rs.4600 now what should be my basic pension after 6 pay commission/.....

harbir singh said...(on 27 September 2012 08:44 )  

i 13967261w hav.sumer singh retired on 1 april 2006 after completing 20 years of service..that time my basic salary was rs.4600...now i want to ask what should be my basic pension after 6 pay commission.>???

Shobhit said...(on 1 October 2012 02:20 )  

Hello,

Here are the links to Sixth Pay Commission Pay Calculators and Pensions Calculators:



General Sixth Pay Commission Salary Hike & Arrears Calculator (Indicative)

Salary Calculator for Pension calculations for Sixth Pay Commission Salary Hike (Indicative)




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