Notification of Revised Pay Scales 2001 & Its Effects on Employees

Pay Scales for the Govt Employees were revised on 01-12-2001 vide Finance Division Regulation Wing Notification No. F.1 (5) Imp/2001 dated 4th September 2001. These pay scales were a huge shock for many employees as there were many benefits the employees already availing, were discontinued, although the salaries of the employees increased on a large scale. These pay scales were revised after a long period of about half & seven years. Before Revised Pay Scales 2001, pay scales were revised in 1994.

Here are some salient features of the Revised Pay Scales 2001.

Discontinuation of Allowances

Cost of living Allowance @ 7% was ceased as well as Adhoc Relief Allowance @ 300/- Pm & 100/- PM.

Special Relief Allowance @ 20% & 25% of the initial of the scales 1994 was frozen.

Selection Grade & Move Over

The scheme of Selection Grade & Move Over was discontinued. Thus the employees who were in higher scales by virtue of Move Over were pulled back into their original scales.


Don’t Forget:  Revised Pay Scales Combined Chart 1977 to 2011


Advance Increments

The scheme of Advance Increments on having higher qualification was discontinued. In this way the employees who got higher qualification than the required education for the same post suffered a financial loss after 01-12-2001 and they still waiting for the restoration of the scheme of Advance Increments.

Conveyance Allowance

The rates of CA were increased at the following rates:

 S.No  Existing Revised
(i) Govt servants drawing in BPS-16 (Gazetted) and above and maintaining motor car not registered for commercial purpose Rs. 355/- BPS-16 (Gazetted) & above Rs. 620/- PM
(ii) Govt servants drawing pay of Rs. 3240/- PM and above other than those at (i) above Rs. 193/- PM BPS-11 & above Rs. 340/- PM
(iii) Govt servants drawing pay of Rs. 1600/- PM and above but less than 3240/- PM and maintaining motorcycle/scooter above Rs. 130/- PM BPS-01 to 10 maintaing motorcycle/scooter Rs. 230/- PM
(iv) Others Rs. 96/- PM BPS-01 to 10 Rs. 170/- PM

 Daily Allowance

The rates of revised daily allowance were as under:

BPS Special Rates Ordinary Rates
01-04 110 80
05-11 120 100
12-16 200 180
17-18 350 320
19-20 450 400
21-22 550 450

Medical Allowance

The Medical Allowance to the employees of BPS-01 to 16 was increased from Rs. 90/- PM to 160/- PM.

For other details of Pay & Allowances read the notification copy attached.


Pay Scales 2001


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Commutation Table 2001


Commutation Table 2001




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27 thoughts on “Notification of Revised Pay Scales 2001 & Its Effects on Employees

  1. datevide,/2001d the 22-10-2001 revision of basic pay scales and fringe benefits of cnil employes bs1-22 of punjab government required

  2. I need a copy of notification No.FD(PC)2-1/2001(Provl) dated 06-11-2001 where Finance Department Govt. of the Punjab notified that selection grade allowed to government servant upto 22-10-2001

  3. Dear Madam!
    With profound vanirationi it is submitted that i was move over in BPS-12 on 31-12-2000 and my pay was fixed 3780 per-month.The last stage of the scale However i was promoted in the same scale no-12 on 30-05-2001 and my pay was also fixed RS-3780 per month.
    No Benefits was given to me on promotion in the same scale.Kindly review my case and if necessary increments is allowed as per excisting rule may please be given necessary information and oblige please.Your corporation is requested.

  4. Query:

    The Govt employees who were reverted to their original scales on 1-12-2001 from the higher scales of “Move-Over” & their pay was fixed on the last stage of the original scale with the result that their annual increment stopped in the later years & they remained deprived of annual increments till 1-7-2005.
    I have just come to know that a remedy in the form of “Personal Pay” was provided later on in a certain revised pay scale scheme.
    Will you kindly elaborate at your earliest convenience the said “Personal Pay” formula introduced some time afterwards to redress the issue of the stoppage of annual increments?
    I shall be grateful to your good self for the courtesy and kindness.


  5. Syed Muzaffer Hussain · Edit


    Dear sir …
    i was retired from wapda on 02-02-2002 attaining the age of 60 pension was calculated in the old pay scales in operation prior to 01-12-2001 wather my computed portion of pension well be restored after 12 years or 15 year.

  6. dear Shumaila , thank you for your efforts.Regarding Revised Payscales 2001 the adjustments in pay in 1994 Payscales to Revised Payscales 2001 were made on 30-11-2001 on the basis of increments drawn.I just want to know if the increment falling due on 01-12-2001 was also granted ? Thanks

  7. mam A.OA

    Please yeh batai k mera move over hua tha bps 6 m but 2001 m move over khatam kar dia gaya or hum phir bps 5 m agay likin sunny m aya k ex president of pak Asif ali zardari sb nay move over bhal kar dia gaya kia yeh bat sach hai if hai pl yeh batay k kia ab hum move over hosaktay hai ya nahi m sindh police m as constable hoo scale 5 m mery salary ka stage 30 hai in increment barh jata hai likin move over nahi hota
    pl zaroor replay karay thanks

  8. M.Shuja Khan ATO (PAEC) · Edit

    dear madam
    i promoted from sr tech to sr plant maintainer in next higher scale on dated 22-2-2001my pay was fixed as existing rules of that time but on introduction of new scales of 2001 if my promotion would taken after these scales my pay could fixed 1xmore increament than that which was fixed on 22-2-2001. and now my coligue who is junior to me and is in same scale ie sps-7 and his pay is one increament >mine, Madam can i aply for anomly against him.

  9. 2001 ke unified pay scales ke kuch hi salon men 20 hazar wale 40 per ponch gaye kionke unified Basic pay increase kerte hain aur take home salary basic per depend kerti hai. Allah kare 2012 men bhi Unified pay scales hojaye.


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