The Indian team whitewashed New Zealand with a dominant display, including prevailing in two super overs.
India stand-in captain Rohit Sharma pleaded guilty to the offence and accepted the proposed sanction, so there was no need for a formal hearing.
Jasprit Bumrah has gained 26 places to reach 11th position while Yuzvendra Chahal has advanced 10 places to 30th.
It was the first time that New Zealand lost three or more matches in a bilateral T20I series at home.
India notched up a rare 5-0 whitewash over New Zealand with a seven-run win in the fifth and final T20 International here.
Rohit, batting at number three, was retired hurt after injuring his left calf whilst hitting a six.
Pakistan's Shoaib Malik and India's Rohit Sharma are the only two players ahead of the 35-year-old.
In the five-match series, the wicket-keeper batsman smashed a total of 224 runs including two half-centuries.
Electing to bat, India posted 163 for three, riding on Rohit Sharma's 60 off 41 balls and a 33-ball 45 from KL Rahul.
Sharma, batting at number three, was retired hurt after injuring his left calf whilst hitting a six and walked off the field in discomfort.
ICC match referee Chris Broad imposed the sanctions after Virat Kohli's side was ruled to be two overs short of the target on Friday after time allowances were taken into consideration.
There are no surprises in the Test squad with Abhinav Mukund making way for a fit-again first-choice opener Murali Vijay.