Last Updated on October 14, 2019 by Galaxy World
You know that Annual Increment is granted to the Government employees on 1st December each year. This year too on 1st December Annual Increment 2019 will be granted to all the employees. The amount of annual increment is fixed for each scale. It is scale based not on the length of service based for the same scale employee. It means the employee having more service and employee having less service, both will get the same amount of annual increment.
The employee will not only get the fixed annual increment amount but there will be also increase to the allowances that are on the current basis pay. It this time there are three main allowances that are based on the current or running basic pay of the Basic Revised Pay Scales 2017. These are as under:
- Adhoc Relief Allowance 2017 @ 10% of the Running Basic Pay (For Sindh Government 15%)
- ARA-2018 @ 10% of the Running Basic Pay
- Adhoc Relief Allowance 2019 @ 10% of the Running Basic Pay for BPS-01 to BPS-16 and 5% for BPS-17 to BPS-20. There is no increase for BPS-20 & BPS-22. (For Sindh Government 15% for all)
Increase Salary Federal, Punjab, KPK and Balochistan Employees After Granting Annual Increment 2019
|Basic Pay Scale (BPS)||Annual Increment||10% Increase (2017)||(Ten)10% increase (2018)||10% increase (2019)||Total Increase in Salary|
Increase Salary Sindh Government Employees 1st December 2019
However for the Sindh Government Employees Adhoc Relief Allowance 2017 and Adhoc Relief Allowance 2019 are 15% instead of 10% as compared to all other provincial and federal Government Employees. However Adhoc Relief Allowance 2018 is same as others. So there will be more increase for the Sindh Government Employees on 01-12-2019.
|Basic Pay Scale No||Annual Increment||15% Increase (2017)||10% (2018)||15% Increase 2019||Total Increase in Salary|
Special thanks to Mr. Umar Farooq Umar for supporting to write this article for the Increase in Salary of All Government Employees on 1st December 2019 Regarding Annual Increment 2019. Just feel free to comment, if you think there is any point left out or you find any mistake.