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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

7th pay Commission Medical and Paramedical Services Revised Pay Rules 2016

7th pay Commission Medical and Paramedical Services Revised Pay Rules 2016




Medical and Paramedical Services
Sl.No
Name of the Post
Existing Grade Pay
Revised Pay structure
Existing Grade Pay
Grade Pay corresponding to which revised Levels have been
Level in Pay Matrix
Para No.Of the Report
1.
Optometrist
2800
4200
L-6
7.6.73
2
Senior Optometrist
4200
4600
L-7
7.6.73
3
Optometrist Officer
4600
4800
L-8
7.6.73
4
Dental Mechanics and Dental Technician
2400
2800
L-5
7.6.79
5
Dresser
1800
2000
L-3
This is subject to revision of the entry level Qualification of Dressers to provide for Class XII with three years’ experience of
dressing of wounds. The
existing incumbents not possessing the revised
qualification may be granted replacement pay level for the time being. They may be granted the Level 3 after acquiring the revised qualification or on completion of five years in the pay level corresponding to Grade Pay 1800, whichever is earlier.

7.6108
Common Category
6
Dental Hygienist in Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS)
2400
4200
L-6
This is subject to the administrative ministry taking steps to bring uniformity in the entry level qualifications on the patterns of those in Central Government Hospitals.
7.7.55

7th CPC Recommendations Highlight Para:


7.6.73 The Commission notes that the core optometry function has indeed expanded in recent times with the advancement in the sector. This is reflected in the revision in the entry level qualification. The Commission, therefore, recommends a higher GP 4200 for Optometrists. The Commission also recommends that the posts above thereof should be granted next higher GPs, i.e, a GP 4600 and GP 4800 for Senior Optometrists and Optometrists Officers, respectively.

7.6.79 Ministry of Health and Family Welfare have commented that the nature of duties and responsibilities of all the three posts, namely, Dental Hygienists, Dental Mechanics and Dental Technicians are more or less same. The Commission also notes that there was parity in the pay scales of Dental Mechanics, Dental Technicians and Dental Hygienists. However, the Commission notes that there has been revision in the entry level qualification for the Dental Hygienists, which stands higher than those of Dental Mechanics/Dental Technicians. Taking note of these facts, the Commission recommends a GP 2800 for Dental Mechanics and Dental Technicians.

7.6.108 The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has recommended grant of higher pay to Dressers with the suggestion that entry level qualification be raised. The Commission observes that the entry level qualification of the Dressers should be Class XII with three years’ experience of dressing of wounds. Subject to this revision, the Commission recommends a higher GP 2000 for Dressers. Further, the existing incumbents not possessing the revised qualification may be granted replacement pay level for the time being. They may be granted the pay level corresponding to GP 2000 after acquiring the revised qualification or on completion of five years in the pay level corresponding to GP 1800, whichever is earlier


7.7.55 The Commission is of the view that cadres with similar job content and responsibilities should have similar entry level qualification and pay scales. The Commission, therefore, recommends GP 4200 for the Dental Hygienists of CGHS subject to the administrative ministry taking steps to bring uniformity in their entry level qualifications on the patterns of those in Central Government hospitals.

Source: http://www.finmin.nic.in/7cpc/7thCPC_revisedpayrules25072016.pdf


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