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11th Bipartite Banks Settlement
Finally signed on 11/11/2020.
Basic Pay :
Officers Scales of Pay:
Scale I : 36000 – 1490 x 7 – 46430 – 1740 x 2 – 44910 – 1990 x 7 – 63840
Scale II: 48170 – 1740 x 1 – 49910 – 1990 x 10 – 69810
Scale III: 63840 – 1990 x 5 – 73790 – 2220 x 2 – 78230
Scale IV : 76010 – 2220 x 4 – 84890 – 2500 x 2 – 89890
Scale V : 89890 – 2500 x 2 – 94890 – 2730 x 2 – 100350
Scale VI : 104240 – 2970 x 4 – 116120
Scale VII : 116120 – 3220 x 4 – 129000
scale I : 5 stagnation increments 1990 x 2, 2220 x 2, 2220 x 1
scale II : 5 stagnation increments 2220 x 5
scale III : 6 stagnation increments 2220 x 4, 2500 x 2
scale IV : 2 stagnation increments 2730 x 2
scale V : 1 stagnation increment 2970 x 1
Clerical Basic Pay:
17,900 – 1000 x 3 – 20900 – 1230 x 3 – 24590 – 1490 x 4 – 30550 – 1730 x 7 – 42660 – 3270 x 1 -45930- 1990 x 1 – 47920
Stagnation Clerical : 1990 x 9 – 65830.
Substaff Basic Pay:
Rs. 14500- 500 x 4 -16500- 615 x 5 – 19575- 740 x 4 – 22535 – 870 x 3 – 25145 – 1000 x 3 -28145.
Stagnation Substaff : 1000 x 9 -37145
Fitment in the new scales of pay shall be on a stage-to-stage basis.
Dearness Allowance :
Uniformity in periodicity has also been agreed upon. As already informed, DA would be at 0.07% per slab of 4 points over 6352 points of Index.
as on Nov 2017 — 2.66%
as on Nov 2020 — 23.8%
Revised Special Pay :
SWO B – 1250
Head Cashier – 1940
Special Assistant – 2920
New Learning Allowance for Offficers
Rs. 600 (DA also applicable.)
House Rent Allowance
for Officers: HRA:
- Area 12 to 45 lacs population : 9%
- Area 5 to 12 lacs population: 8%
- Area Below 5 lacs population: 7%
for clerks and substaff HRA
At all centres 10.25 %
CCA (Only for officers)
Places area 1 : 1400 per month
Places with 5 lakh and above : 1150 per month
Other areas : 700 per month
scale I to scale III : 16.40 % of the Basic pay with applicable DA thereon.
Scale IV and V : 19 % of the Basic pay with applicable DA thereon.
Scale VI and VII : 20 % of the Basic pay with applicable DA thereon.
For workmen employees:
Clerk and Substaff: 16.40 % of the Basic pay with applicable DA thereon.
Officers JMGS and MMGS Rs.10300
Officers in SMG and TEG Rs. 12300
Clerk and Substaff : 2355
Rs. 600 for both clerical and substaff ( DA also applicable.)
Leave Fare Concession
For subordinate staff
Once in 2 years – 2600 km
Once in 4 years – 5200 km
Once in 2 years – 2200 km
Once in 4 years – 4400 km
Halting Allowance Bank Clerks:
|Places with population of
12 lakhs and
state of Goa
|Places with population of
5 lakhs and above
State of Capitals & Union Territories Rs.
|Other Places Rs.|
Halting Allowance Bank officers:
|Metro Rs.||Major ‘A’ Class Cities Rs.||Area I (Rs.)||Other Places Rs.|
|Officers in Scale VI & above||2700||1950||1650||1425|
|Officers in Scale IV & V above||2250||1950||1650||1425|
|Officers in Scale I/II/III||1950||1650||1425||1200|
Metro : Chennai, Kolkata , Mumbai & Delhi
GRADE MAJOR “A” : Ahmedabad,Bangalore, Hyderabad,
AREA I (Popln of > 12 lacs) : Agra, Bhopal, Coimbatore, Indore, Jaipur, Kanpur, Kochi, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Madurai, Nagpur, Patna, Pune, Surat, Vadodara, Varanasi etc.
AREA II : Other places
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Earlier Discussons in 11th BPS
05 Nov 2020
Meeting at IBA Committee Room on 9th November, 2020 at 11.30 a.m. to move forward towards signing the 11th Bipartite Settlement/Joint Note.
31 Oct 2020
In today’s meeting with IBA.
Today, the revised Pay scales have been worked out as under :
Clerical: Rs. 17,900– 1000/3, 1230/3, 1490/4, 1730/7, 3270/1, 1990/1, — 47,920.
Substaff: Rs. 14500– 500/4, 615/5, 740/4, 870/3, 1000/3, –28145.
Stagnation increments would be 9 increments after reaching maximum.
Uniformity in periodicity has also been agreed upon. As already informed, DA would be at 0.07% per slab of 4 points over 6352 points of Index. On HRA, it has agreed that there would be uniform rate of HRA in all centres
as against 3 different rates as at present.
Other items like PQP, SpecialPay, FPP, HRA, Medical aid, etc. is being been worked out. Besides Special Allowance of 16.4% for both clerical and substaff, DA will also be paid on Transport Allowance.
Bank Wage Settlement
It has been decided by IBA to hold a meeting of the Group at IBA Committee Room, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai at 10.00 a.m. on 31st October, 2020 (Saturday). So Next round of discussions with iba by workmen unions on 31st oct. at iba office mumbai.
*Wage Settlement Alert*
Madras Hicourt Case adjourned till 28 th Oct. And next hearing of case in allahabad hi court is on 3rd nov 2020.
BP SETTLEMENT NOT TO BE SIGNED TILL THEN.
17 October 2020
IBA Derails the Officers’ Wage Revision bcoz of workmen unions not ready to sign:
Officer Unions Having received the concurrence of IBA to hold the signing ceremony on 18th October, 2020, formal invi-tations were sent to representatives of officer organisations across the country.
The lame reason cited by them was not signing the costing exercise with the Work-men Unions.
Four officer unions decided to:
a) Withdrawal of extra cooperation.
b) Officers should restrict to the allocated work upto 6.00 p.m. only.
c) Officers should not respond official SMS/ Whatsapp beyond 6 p.m.
d) Officers are directed not to do any official work on Sundays and holidays viz. attend webinars/ office/ participate any programme related to canvassing of third-party products/ marketing drives/ training programmes/ ‘P’ Review meetings.
16 October 2020
In today’s meeting with IBA, workmen unions demand for special allowance at 20%. IBA offered 16.4% as agreed by officers associations.
Workmen Unions did not accept this offer. Next meeting will decide the final agreement.
Meeting with Officer Unions with IBA fixed on 17th October 2020.
12 October 2020
As per one of the Union Leaders message–
Talks with IBA commenced at 1.00 p.m today i.e. 12.10.20. Progressing in the right direction; will resume tomorrow.
17th September 2020
As per The joint circular issued by bank unions :
Cost of wage revision – for workmen : Rs. 3385 cr (Out of the total of Rs. 7898 crores).
Amount allocated for Basic Pay, DA, Spl. Pay, PQP : Rs. 495 crores
For other payslip components : Rs. 2890 crores
Pay Scales: Proposals on revised Pay Scales were discussed and looking to overall cost,
it was decided to finetune the same and finalise the payscales.
It was agreed that one more stagnation increment would be granted both to clerical and substaff.
Special Pay, PQP, FPP – being revised on the same basis as revision in Basic Pay.
Special Allowance: Special
Allowance should be revised substantially upward but within the cost.
Revision in HRA, Transport Allowance and Medical Aid: After finalising the
percentage of Special Allowance , these items would be finalised.
Non financial items: Most of the items as already discussed during the earlier meetings were reiterated and confirmed.
Remaining items will be finalised shortly.
11 September 2020
Next round of talks with IBA will be held on 17th September 2020 to finalize salary structure.
28 August 2020
Gist of discussions:
1. Out of Rs. 7808 crores (15%) of total amount agreed in the MOU for employees and officers put together, the amount apportionable for workmen employees would be Rs. 3385 crores. Out of this. Rs. 495 crores would be towards Pay + DA and balance Rs. 2890 crores would be distributed to other components.
2. Tentative proposals on new Payscales were discussed and the same would be finalised in the next round of meeting.
3. The issue of dispensing with the Graduation increment and constructing the clerical payscales accordingly was discussed but
not yet finalised.
4. DA rates from November, 2017 would be 0.07% per slab of 4 points of quarterly average increase over 6352 points.
5. issue of grant of one more stagnation increment and also improvement in periodicity i.e sanction of all stagnation increment every two years for clerical cadre like substaff. Issue will be further discussed and finalised.
6. Some discussions took place on Special Pay, Special Allowance, etc. but it was decided that the same would be finalised after finalising the payscales.
Further discussions will be held in the next round of meeting to be held shortly._
Next meeting of working group for workmen unions will be held on 28th Aug.
Today, on 24th August 2020, the Four Officers’ Organisations had the meeting with IBA team on the issues listed in the MOU.
Details are to be further discussed in first week of Sept 2020.
17 Aug 2020
After receiving member nominations from workmen Unions for further discussion to fix wages as per MOU , IBA hold a meeting with union representatives on 20th August 2020
14 August 2020
After MOU signed between IBA and UFBU on 22-07-2020. IBA invites member nomination from Unions for further discussion.
22 July 2020
The waiting time is finally over for the public sector banks. Their much needed demand for settling the 11th Bipartite Wage Revision is finally concluded with 15% hike.
Highlights of MOU between IBA and UFBU In todays meeting on 22-07-2020
The date of effect is 01.11.2017
Total increase will be 15% ( 7898 crores)
DA will be merged at 6352 points
Load Factor 2.5 % on Basic Pay (Approx 1155Carores)
Distribution will be done seperately by mutual discussion
PLI – 5-10-15 days salary for incremental GP above 5, 10, 15%
Additional Encashment 5 days per year ( 7 days above 55 years)
NPS contribution 14% ( Govt. decision to be followed)
Rest will be finalised within 90 days
10 July 2020
IBA hold next meeting of Negotiating committee of IBA with the representatives of constituent workmen Unions/officers aassociaations on 22 July 2020 at 11:30 AM.
26 April 2020
It is not fair to talk about our wage revision at this moment. The whole country is passing through an extra ordinary situation and the nation’s priority is different now which all of us should understand.
16 March 2020
Today small committee meeting with IBA took place at Mumbai. IBA led by Shri Alok Kumar Choudhary, DMD SBI. All constituents of UFBU participated.
Discussion on load factor on Basic Pay after DA merger and it’s impact on Superannuation cost was deliberated. Discussion remained inconclusive.
29 Feb 2020
In today’s talks with IBA in addition to 15% increase in pay slip cost, some more forward movement is there in our demands.
In view of this positive development agitational actions and 3 days strike is deferred.
After a lot of discussions, the following points emerged today:
1. Offer on Pay slip cost increased to 15%.
2. Demand on 5 Day Banking will be taken forward by further discussions.
3. Demand for loading more than 2%
4. Addtional Encashment of Privilege Leave 5 days per year.
5. Improvement in Family Pension
6. Revised offer on PLI was given at 1.37%, 2.74% and 4.11%.
7. IBA agreed to discuss all other issues through further discussions.
20 Feb 2020
IBA hold next meeting of Negotiating committee of IBA with the representatives of constituent workmen Unions/officers aassociaations on 29th Feb 2020 at 11 AM.
Meeting HELD WITH IBA ON 30-01-2020
As per information from Union leaders:
Today’s talks with IBA failed. Strike stands. So 2 days strike on 31 Jan and 1st Feb confirmed.
in the conciliation meeting held by chief labour commissioner in delhi on 27/01/2012, CLC advised the IBA to hold direct bilateral talks with the unions before the strike and try for a solution.
Accordingly IBA held a round of bipartite meeting in Mumbai . in discussions, the IBA improved their offer to 13.5% but this was not acceptable to Unions as it was inadequate.
Thereafter, the chairman of IBA invited the union leaders during which he improved the offer to 15% hike in payslip components cost. But he did not agree to the demands of the Unions like bank holidays on all Saturday and Sunday. Merger of special allowances with basic pay.
Hence the talks ended as a failure and unions decided to go ahead with the strike for 2 days on 31 jan and 1st Feb.
Talks HELD WITH IBA ON 13-01-2020
As per UFBU :
Today, Bipartite talks held with IBA, not fruitful. UFBU decides agitational programmes including strike actions.
Detailed circular on the agitational programme will be issued by UFBU in a day or two.
IBA inform that they were not ready to accept our demand for 5 days banking.
IBA offered wage revision : 12.25 % with 2 % Loading .
5 days PL Encashment per year (in addition PL encashment at the time of LFC). For Employees less than 5 years service 7 days PL encashment per year.
Family pention : no improvement, issue seized.
Jan.31 and Feb. 1 — 2 Days Strike
March 11, 12, 13 — 3 Days Strike
From April 1 onwards Indefinite Strike
1. Wage Revision Settlement at 20% hike on Pay slip components with adequate
2. 5 Day Banking
3. Merger of Special Allowance with Basic Pay
4. Scrap New Pension Scheme(NPS)
5. Updation of Pension
6. Improvement in Family Pension
7. Allocation to Staff Welfare Fund based on Operating Profits
8. Exemption from Income Tax on retiral benefits without ceiling
9. Uniform definition of Business Hours, Lunch Hour, etc. in Branches
10. Introduction of Leave Bank
11. Defined Working Hours for Officers
12. Equal wage for equal work for contract employees/Business Correspondents
Talks HELD WITH IBA ON 05-12-2019
As per UFBU :
Another round of negotiations was held today between IBA and UFBU in the IBA office in Mumbai.
Increase in wage hike %age :
Earlier offer of 12% is not improved by IBA.
IBA informed that the issue of mandate upto scale VII stands resolved.
Merger of Special Allowance with Basic pay:
Present special allowance be merged with basic pay demand can be accepted if the additional cost involved towards superannuation benefits is found to be affordable.
No final decision.
Pention : still pending.
UFBU pointed out linking ROA as an
ingredient for the purpose of working out the performance matrix and
creation of more steps in the gross operating profits.
IBA agreed to provide a revised formula there after the issue would be discussed further.
5 Day Banking:
No clear response .
News on 30 Nov 2019
Next round of bipartite talks will be held on 5th Dec.
Next meeting of IBA negotiating commitee and unions fixed on Thursday 5th Dec 2019.
28 November 2019
XI BIPARTITE SETTLEMENT
Core Committee Meeting (Workmen) held on
28 November 2019
As decided during Main Negotiations Committee Meeting held on 15 Nov, ’19 : Core Committee (Workmen) Meeting was held today at IBA Office, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai.
*1.* Adoption of New Series of C. P. Index for D. A. calculation and formula for DA calculation to be decided during the next Main Negotiating Committee Meeting.
*2.* Union demand for PL accumulation upto 300 days & it’s encashment on retirement to be put before Main Committee.
*3.* For Adoption of Child upto 1 yr ML agreed with certain conditions.
*4.* Sabbatical Leave to all employees. The matter is left to individual banks.
*5.* LFC : There will be improvement in distance permitted to Sub Staff.
*6.* LFC : For Workmen employees travel by own car permitted. At par with provision for officers.
*7.* LFC : with package tour not permitted.
*8.* Outsourcing : From the earlier clause ” as per RBI guidelines to be done for non core activities.” It is agreed to *remove words as per RBI guidelines.*
*9.* OT : For simplified & improved method note is submitted by Unions. To be discussed further.
*10.* Punishment : For gross misconduct, *fine* as punishment may be removed.
*11.* Ex Servicemen : Only the guidelines issued by “Dept of Financial Services” of Govt of India to be followed uniformly.
*12.* Unions wanted time gap between Business hours and Working hours should be 2 hours instead of present 1 hour. This demand was rejected outright by the IBA.
Whatever is accepted is subject to final approval at Main Committee level.
Negotiations may take decisive turn during next meeting on *3 Dec, 2019.*
XI BIPARTITE SETTLEMENT
Talks on Friday 15 Nov 2019 between IBA and UFBU
Circular issued after meeting
Today’s talks were great disappointment. Nothing worth mention came up.
*Gist of Discussions :*
IBA informed that yet two banks have not given mandate for Negotiations upto scale VII. But they will get it.
*PLI :* That is “Performance Linked Incentive”. Unions asked IBA to decide about parameters on which *PLI* will be fixed. But they have given In Principle consent to implementation of *PLI.*
Pension related issues were discussed. With the same quantum of Pension, Load on a/c of it has risen substantially. Because of increase in Life Expectancy. It has gone up to 80 to 84 years on average. IBA informed.
*Spl Allow :* If Spl Allow is merged with Basic, Contribution to Pension Fund by banks goes up substantially. It increases Loading amt.
Increase in Family Pension increases load factor due to same reasons as Pension. Hence Pension provision needs fresh calculations. It needs appointment of professional Actuaries. Unions are requested to suggest two Actuaries on their behalf. IBA has also given papers of fresh calculations for provisions on a/c of Pension.There was suggestion from Unions on shifting of Base of Index for DA calculations. Price Index Series should be latest.
*PL* Demand for increase in PL accumulation and encashment on superannuation level was taken up. No conclusion.
Medical Insurance Premium for Pensioners was discussed.
New Pension Scheme *:* Suggestions to make it more attractive were discussed.
*Small Committee Meetings :* are scheduled
For Officers *21 Nov*
For Workmen *27/28 Nov*
In these meetings certain issues will be finalised and then taken up in Main Meeting subsequently.
Click Link to view : — >> Meeting Dated: 18 Oct 2019 CircularBipartite
The IBA stated that a 12 per cent hike in pay slip cost would result in an annual burden of Rs 6,319 crore on all PSBs, including State Bank of India.