Basic pay Structure Of Indian Army After six pay commission ?

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  1. hitesh

    hitesh New Member

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    A lot has been heard about implementation of six pay commission recommendation but i see there is lot of confusion among the service group about there basic pay after the implementation of six pay commission.I heard sixth pay commission is implemented but later few days ago during mr Modi statement during his J&K trip i heard him talking about implementing it soon :confused:.
    Yesterday i met a retired 'honorary captain' he told me he gets about 14-15 K pension when i asked about if its after 5th pay commission implemented ,he was not sure about it:p .

    So I have few question regarding this hope our DFI defense specialist could shed some light into it.

    Q1. Basic salary of army captain .

    Q2.Basic pension of army honorary captain with 5th pay commission implementation .

    @Ray @Kunal Biswas
     
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  3. Bhadra

    Bhadra Defence Professionals Defence Professionals Senior Member

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    The Basic question is when did he retire, that is before 21006 or after 2006. However that also is not very much material now as pension for those retired before 2006 has been brought at par with post 2006 retirees as 50 percent of the basic of the scale of Sixth Pay commission..

    An Honorary Commissioned Captain does not serve in that rank for more than 2-3 years Hence we will take the basic pay of Captain for the purpose of determining his pension as per sixth pay commission. The scale laid down for a Captain of IA is PB-3/15600-39100, Grade Pay 6100, Military service pay 6000, which totals to about Rs (say 16500 + 6100+ 6000) = 28600. Take 50 per cent of that which is 14300 approximately should be basic pension. Add 100 per cent or more DA on that and it would be the same again that is about 28000 as on today.

    However, if he had commuted 50 per cent of his pension that would again come down to about 14, 000.
    For further reference see this : pcdapension.nic.in/6cpc/Circular-102.pdf


    OROP will not make much difference t his pension except a few hundreds because they have already been brought at par with post 2006 retirees.

    I hope that satisfies your quarry...
     
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    W.G.Ewald Defence Professionals/ DFI member of 2 Defence Professionals

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    Is honorary captain same as brevet captain?
     
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    After serving as a Junior Commissioned Officer, when the Soldiers retire, because of there commendable work they are being promoted as honorary Lieutenant or Captain.

    they Do not serve at this post but carry the Rank with them after Retirement. .
     
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    Bhadra Defence Professionals Defence Professionals Senior Member

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    Brevet rank in the British Army meant as honorary rank awarded to a "commissioned officer" for bravery or gallantry without effect on pay and position .. only effecting his rank .. such as brevet Major General.

    Honorary rank in the Indian Army is conferred just a few years before retirement or post retirement as a reward for good services rendered. Selection is made based on past record. However, the Honorary conferment effects his position and pay. That benefits the retiring Junior commissioned officers (JCO) and Non commissioned officer (NCO) to walk home with a higher rank and higher pension.

    That measure is adopted as an incentive to do well while in service and in recognition of good service rendered. The good here includes his operational achievements.

    NCOs are awarded honorary ranks of JCO and JCO are awarded honorary rank of officers only Lieutenant and Captain.

    There is no system in India of Brevet ranks post independence. Only acting and substantive ranks exist for officers.
     
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