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Extension of the term of the 7th Central Pay Commission

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Extension of the term of the 7th Central Pay Commission

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today gave its approval for the extension of the term of the 7th Central Pay Commission by four months up to 31.12.2015.

The 7th Central Pay Commission was constituted by the Central Government on 28.2.2014. According to the Resolution dated 28.2.2014, by which the Commission was constituted, it is to make its recommendations within 18 months of the date of its constitution that is by 27th August, 2015.

In view of its volume of work and intensive stake-holders’ consultations, the 7th Central Pay Commission had made a request to the Government for a four month extension up to 31.12.2015.

Source: PIB News
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12 comments:

  1. I expect this kind of thing. It is no wonder for thoses who know the story of Gujarat state pay commissions history. PM is riches friendly. Middle class made a mistake by electing BJP to power with absolute majority

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    1. Don't panic sabarka phal should be good kindly don't misunderstood me

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  2. I agree with views of balakrishnan.

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  3. The 7th pay commission was ready with the report.
    Extension was not asked by pay commission but deliberately forced .So that it can be delayed.This has been done intentionally
    Because Mr Mathur himself have said that the report is ready and he will submit the report in September.
    Dear friends see the benefit of bringing BJP in power.
    Employees always suffer in BJP tenure.

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  4. I think, they may request another extension of three months. After the December,15 CPIIW is announced the multiplication factor will be known. For example, DA from 1-1-16 is 125 , factor becomes 2.25 + whatever % raise is given. Then it will be sent to another committee which will examine it, then will be forwarded to Cabinet for final approval, so say it may be ready in July'16.

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  5. Why they need four months. Something fishy. Central government employees will get around 24% increase in pay

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  6. OFFICERS working in PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS TOO FELT THE SAME. MR. PRIME MINISTER AND HIS MOST RESPECTABLE OFFICE MISERABLY FAILED TO RECOGNISE THE TALENT, RESPONSIBILITY, DIFFICULTIES OF OFFICERS OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS. HOW COULD THEY ALLOW JUST 2% OF THAT MERE 15% FOR FIXING NEW SCALES ? WHY THE HRA % IS VERY VERY POOR FOR BANK OFFICERS ? WHY THE BUREAUCRATS WORKING IN PMO AND FMO so far never tried to do justice to Officers of PSBs by arranging new pay fixation at 30% minimum growth from junior Officer to scale 5 officer?

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  7. 7 CPC must think about medical insurance of all central government employees nd their families.
    It should be cashless treatment in approved hospitals.

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  8. delay due to election in bihar. if bjp comes in bihar then nothing will get get in 7th cpc.so for the welfare of employee bjp shold come in power in bihar.

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  9. dont hope more because this gov. absolutely negative for employee its a new game for cutting salary infact they know the pay starture of mathur they dont want to give as it is .that is why how to do minimum they will work foir month.gov. dont hope to this gov

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  10. Its well known fact that Pay commission never submits its report in time. If at all submits govt never implements it in time. Look back our previous PAY COMMISSIONS

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  11. S. Vasudevan

    This attempt is completely an absurd. CG Employees are often instructed to follow the Constitutional Rules of the Government of India in all respects. But for the benefits of the employees, the welfare and concern are not taken into account by the rulers. A vulnerable rise among the CG Employees all over India is a must in this regard. The CG Employees are not running political parties for swindling and looting the public money. Hence, arise and awake for truth and justice

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