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Pay Parity for Defence Personnel – Memorandum submitted to 7th Pay Commission

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Pay Parity for Defence Personnel – Memorandum submitted to 7th Pay Commission

Pay Parity for Defence Personnel

The three Services, in the Joint Services Memorandum submitted by them to the Seventh Central Pay Commission have projected following major parity issues:

• Review and enhancement of Grade Pay of Service Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank (PBORs);

• Initial Pay fixation of Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel and Brigadier equivalents;.

• Placing of all Lieutenant General / equivalent in Higher Administrative Grade + (HAG+) scale;

• Grant of Non-Functional upgradation to Defence Services Officers; and

• Common Pay Scales for Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) / Other Ranks (ORs).

The principle of One Rank One Pension has been accepted by the Government. The modalities for its implementation have been discussed with various stakeholders.

This information was given by Defence Minister Shri Manohar Parrikar in a written reply to Shri Ajay Sancheti in Rajya Sabha today.

Source: PIB News

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  1. Sir,
    X group Sergeant in Air Force was holding pay scale of 5000-6500 (diploma pay) before 6th pay commission and it was downgraded to grade pay of 2800 by 6th pay commission.
    Is it justified in any way regarding status and all.
    My request to 7th pay commission to remove this parity and restore diploma pay also fix all post/rank with equivalent to civil counter part for all PBOR also.
    Jai Hind

  2. To remove pay parity in defence all post/rank should be fixed with justified civil counter part post/rank.
    Number of rank should be reduced by removing few ranks to get equivalent.
    Number of allowances should be reduced to nill and it should be merged with common MSP for entire armed forces.
    canteen facility shuld be removed step by step as it is more bad than less good things.


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