A Constitution Bench of this Court in Kishori Mohanlal Bakshi v. Union of India, AIR 1962 SC 1139 while dealing with alleged violation of Article 14 of the Constitution of India on […]
Current Pay Scale of Judicial officers (Sub-ordinate) in WB as per Padmanabhan Committee effect from 01/01/2006
to determine the pay scales of the Judicial Officers on the basis of the Justice Shetty Commission’s Report. On 17.7.2009 the Committee submitted its report before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India recommending different revised scales of pay and other allowances, pensionary benefits for the judicial officers. By its order dated 4.5.2010 the Hon’ble Supreme Court issued directions upon all the State Governments to implement the recommendations of the Justice Padmanabhan Committee.
Judicial Pay Commission(2020) recommends Starting pay scales for Magistrate Rs.77,840/- Sr CJ Rs.1,11,000/- and DJ Rs.1,44,840/-
Junior Civil Judge/First Class Magistrate whose staring pay is Rs.27,700/- will now get Rs.77,840/-. The next higher post of Senior Civil Judge starts with the pay of Rs.1,11,000/- and that of the District Judge Rs.1,44,840/-. The highest pay which a District Judge (STS) will get, is Rs.2,24,100/-.