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 9th Kerala Pay Revision Commission 2010

In G.O.(MS) No.81/2010/Fin dated 20/02/2010 Government have appointed a Pay Revision Commission to study and make recommendations on revising the pay and allowances and other benefits of the State Government employees including teaching and non-teaching staff of Aided educational institutions and local bodies.

Commission Structure
Justice Rajendra Babu (Retd.)  Chairman
Dr. P. Mohanan Pillai,
Centre for Development Studies 
Adv. P. Venugopalan Nair   Member
Sri. V. Prasenan,
Additional Secretary to Govt.,
Finance Department

The Terms of Reference of the Committee shall be as follows:-


i)                    To consider and suggest modifications if found necessary for the Pay and Allowances of:


a)     Posts under Government service, including Part-time Contingent Service and Casual Sweepers


b)     Posts including Part-time posts and Casual Sweepers under Educational Institutions of the Government, Aided schools and colleges and also such institutions covered by direct payment scheme excluding those posts covered by UGC/AICTE etc.  scheme of scales of pay and also posts for which, Central scales of pay have already been allowed such as teaching staff in Medical Colleges, Judicial Officers, etc.


c)     Posts under Local Bodies and University employees except those posts covered by AICTE/UGC/Central Scheme.


ii)                  To examine the present structure of pay and allowances and other emoluments and service conditions including promotional avenues and fringe benefits available to the above categories of employees and suggest changes which may be desirable and feasible keeping in view, inter-alia, the need for greater social accountability and efficiency of administration.


iii)                To examine and suggest changes if any to the benefits available to Service Pensioners.


iv)                To suggest remedies for the anomalies caused due to the last pay revision and to suggest measures to avoid cascading effects if any, likely to be caused by such anomalies.


v)                  To examine and assess the additional financial commitment for implementing the pay revision with effect from 01.07.2009.


vi)                While considering the above issues, the need for bringing down the wide disparity if any existing between different scales in Government service shall be kept in mind.


vii)             While considering the above issues the need for a gender sensitive service structure shall also be kept in mind.


The term of the Pay Revision Commission shall be 6 months.


Report of the 9th PRC 

  • 9th PRC to study pay revision for KWA

     In G.O (Ms) No.681/2010/Fin dated 14/12/2010 Government have entrusted the 9th PRC to study and make recommendation on revision of pay/pension of employees and pensioners of Kerala Water Authority. The Pay Revision Commission shall consider this after the completion of its present task and the time for submitting the report shall be one month. 

    Views/Suggestions invited; Questionnaire issued

     The 9th Pay Revision Commission has invited views/suggestions from Heads of Departments, organizations and individuals on the subjects being considered by the PRC as per its ToR.

    The views/suggestions should be furnished to the PRC before 30/04/2010.




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