Reduction to lower stage in the time – scale of Pay

**Example**

Level | Cell | Pay | |

On the date of penalty | 9 | 7 | Rs. 63300 |

Reduction by 1 Stage | 9 | 6 | Rs. 61500 |

Reduction by 2 Stage | 9 | 5 | Rs. 59700 |

Reduction by 3 Stage | 9 | 4 | Rs. 58000 |

Reduction by 4 Stage | 9 | 3 | Rs. 56300 |

Reduction by 5 Stage | 9 | 2 | Rs. 54700 |

**Example – 2**

Level | Cell | Pay | |

On the date of penalty | 9 | 3 | Rs.56300 |

Reduction by 1 Stage | 9 | 2 | Rs. 54700 |

Reduction by 2 Stage | 9 | 1 | Rs. 53100 |

Reduction by 3 Stage | ** | ** | ** |

Reduction by 4 Stage | |||

Reduction by 5 Stage |

** In the above illustration, a penalty of reduction by more than two stages would fall below the first cell of the same Level, such a penalty therefore, would not be implementable. Therefore, while imposing the penalty of reduction to lower stage in time – scale of pay under Rule 11 (v) of the CCS (CCA) Rules, 1965, Disciplinary Authority may weigh all factors before deciding upon the quantum of penalty, i.e. the number of stages by which the pay is to be reduced.

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