Promotion Pay Fixation Calculator FR 22(1)a(1)
The Promotion Pay Fixation Calculator FR 22(1)a(1) and 7th Pay Commission MACP Calculator are tools that assist in the implementation of Rule Fundamental Rule 22(I)(a)(1), a crucial regulation for Central Government employees. This rule governs the increment process when employees receive a promotion or MACP in the Central Government Services. In such cases, employees may opt to fix their pay on either the date of promotion or the date of their next increment.
Following an important order issued by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) on July 27, 2017, we created a new calculator in accordance with the provisions outlined in FR 22(I)(a)(1). As per these provisions, eligible employees have the option to choose pay fixation on promotion from the date of their next increment. The aforementioned DoPT order also includes an illustration of pay fixed on the next increment date option[Kindly be aware that the outcomes produced by the MACP Pay Fixation FR 22 Option Calculator presented here are intended solely for informational purposes and should not be regarded as conclusive or authoritative. It is strongly recommended to seek guidance from your respective Department before making any decisions pertaining to the exercise of your option.]
Promotion Pay Fixation Calculator FR 22(1)a(1)
The Promotion Pay Fixation Calculator FR 22(1)a(1) is a digital tool designed to provide Central Government employees with pay fixation details when they are promoted. The tool, also known as the Promotion Option Calculator, was developed by TEUT Digital Concepts and was published on July 1, 2016. The calculator features a Pay Matrix Table and requires inputs of the Pay Matrix Level, Basic Salary, Promoted Pay Level, and Date of Promotion. The calculator outputs the Pay Fixation Details explained in the Pay Matrix Table. The tool was last updated on December 1, 2017.
|Title of Tool||Promotion Option Calculator|
|Beneficiaries||Central Govt Employees|
|Feature||Pay Fixation Details with Pay Matrix Table|
|Inputs||Pay Matrix Level and Basic Salary, Promoted Pay Level and Date of Promotion|
|Outputs||Pay Fixation Details explained in Pay Matrix Table|
|Developed by||TEUT Digital Concepts|
Minimum Qualifying Service for Promotion
The Department of Personnel and Training has issued an order on September 20, 2022, stating the minimum qualifying service required for promotion. This order grants Level-9 of Pay Matrix (PB-2 GP-5400) on Non-Functional Posts. This means that employees must meet a certain length of service before being eligible for promotion to this level. The minimum qualifying service required for promotion varies depending on the position and level being targeted. It’s important to stay up-to-date with these orders to know the minimum requirements for career advancement in your field.
- Minimum Qualifying Service Required for Promotion – DoPT Orders issued on 20.9.2022
- Granting Level-9 of Pay Matrix (PB-2 GP-5400) on Non-Functional Posts
- Exercise of Split Option under Saving Clause of FR-22(1)(a)(1) to eligible CSS Officers
- Supreme Court Judgement on Reservation in Promotion for SC ST Government Employees
- Non Functional Upgradation for Postal Superintendent
- Increased Promotion Quota in Railways
Benchmark Grade in ACR
The Benchmark grade in ACR (Annual Confidential Report) is a crucial aspect of performance evaluation in the Indian government service. In order to clarify the guidelines around this grade, the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) issued a notification on July 9th, 2019. The notification outlines the procedures to be followed by the Departmental Promotion Committee for promotions, including the review of the mode of promotion from Selection to Non-Selection. These guidelines help to ensure a fair and transparent process for promotions within the government service.
- Clarification on Benchmark grade in ACR – DoPT issued on 9.7.2019
- Procedure to be followed for promotion by Departmental Promotion Committee
- Review of mode of promotion from Selection to Non- Selection Process
- Special Dispensation does not exceed one-third (33 1/3%) of the Direct Recruitment vacancies
- Master Circular on Probation-Confirmation: Mandatory Induction Training
- Master Circular on Probation-Confirmation: Period of Probation
- Master Circular on Probation/ Confirmation in Central Services
Residency Period for Promotion
The Residency Period for Promotion is a crucial aspect of career advancement for Central Government employees, as recently highlighted by a Railway Board Circular. Amendments have been made in Promotion Guidelines for CG Employees, including the implementation of Modified Assured Career Progression (MACP) in Promotional Hierarchy as per the recommendations of the All India Civil Accounts Employees Association (AlCAEA). This requires completion of a certain period of residency in the current position before being considered for promotion, ensuring that the employee has gained the necessary skills and experience for the new role.
- Residency Period for Promotion – Railway Board Circular
- Amendments Made in Promotion Guidelines for CG Employees
- MACP in Promotional Hierarchy – AlCAEA
- Completion of formalities in the matter of promotion of CSSS grades
- DR Quota in GP 4600 should be Eliminated Totally – NFIR
- Recording of Higher Academic/Educational Qualification in the Service Record of Employees Recruited through RRBs
- Promotion of Clerks to Auditors – PCAFYs Orders dt.18.1.2018
- Merger of Pay Scales of the Promotional and Feeder Posts – NC JCM writes to Finance Ministry
- Promotion of Defence Production
- Relaxation of Residency Period for Promotion – NFIR
- 7th CPC Promotion: Fixation of Pay on Promotion from the Date of Next Increment Option – Dopt Orders with Illustration
- 7th CPC Promotion Anomaly : Disadvantage on Promotion from one level to another level in Pay Matrix
- Clarification on Benchmark for Promotion
- Promotion to the post of Supervisor (NT) from Leading Fireman: Norms Relaxation in OFB – BPMS
- Promotion of Government Servants exonerated after retirement – Guidelines issued as OM on 25.1.2016
- Merit Promotion Scheme (MPS) instead of MFCS – 7th CPC Report
- Promotion for IAS Officers – Promotion Guidelines reviewed by Dopt
- Verification of qualifying service after 18 years service and 5 years before retirement
- Promotion Policy for Women Officers in the Armed Forces
- Demand to removal of stagnation in services and timely promotions – Central Secretariat Services Forum
- Officers thank MoS DoPT for speedy promotions
- Central Secretariat employees demanded removal of stagnation and timely promotions
- Probation and / or confirmation of Direct Recruit Postal Assistants / Sorting Assistants in the Department of Posts
- Clarification on residency period for promotion – Orders issued by Railway Board
- Promotion of UDCs of Central Secretariat Clerical Service to the Assistant Grade of Central Secretariat Service on Ad hoc basis.
- Promotion benefits can get after retirement for Central Govt Employees
- There should be No Reservation in Promotions – Supreme Court
- Dopt Orders on Promotion of LDC as UDC of CSCS on ad hoc basis
- Qualifying Service for Promotion
Top developments on Fundamental Rule 22(I)(a)(1)
- Amendment in FR 22(I)(a)(1) – DoPT Orders dated 19.11.2018
- Fixation of Pay on Promotion Calculator as per FR 22(I)(a)(1)
- 7th Pay Commission Pay Fixation on Transfer to a lower post under FR 15(a)
- 7th CPC Pay Fixation Tables: Promoted from Level 1 to 2
- Fixation of Pay on Promotion from the Date of Next Increment Option – Dopt Orders with Illustration
- 7th Pay Commission Promotion and MACP Pay Fixation
- 7th Pay Commission Fixation of Pay on Promotion or MACP
What is FR 22(i)(a)(1) Rule?
FR 22(i)(a)(1) is a regulation that provides Government employees with the choice to select their pay fixation on either the day of their promotion or on the day of the following increment. It is essential that every employee exercises this option within one month of their promotion.
Why do ask to fix the pay on other day after getting promotion?
It is not uncommon for individuals to request a pay adjustment after receiving a promotion. However, the provision outlined in FR 22 rule to fix one’s pay on a date other than the day of promotion is quite unique.
What is promotion date?
The promotion date refers to the date on which an employee is elevated from a lower-grade position to a higher-grade one. This occurs when an employee is deemed deserving of a promotion due to their performance and contributions to the organization. Consequently, the promotion date serves as a significant occasion for the employee, marking their progress and advancement within the company’s hierarchy.
What is DNI?
DNI, an acronym for ‘Date of Next Increment’, refers to the upcoming annual increment date.