Friday, December 11, 2015

Pay Matrix Table for Defence Personnel

Pay Matrix Table for Defence Personnel

7th Central Pay Commission has recommended an important ready recokner unique table for Central Government employees and Defence Personnel and also for both the Pensioners.
Separate pay matrices for Civilian employees, Defence Forces personnel and those of the Military Nursing Service (MNS) have been prepared, cell by cell, after due diligence and deliberations. 
The structure, which essentially is the same for all segments, has been simplified so that each employee can find his or her place in the proposed matrix. All the employees belonging to various services will proceed according to their respective service conditions by earning increment on the basis of merit. 
Any disturbance of the matrix structure will have a serious repercussion on the inter se positioning of various levels in the hierarchy, all of which have been extensively deliberated upon, along with the service conditions of all the employees serving in Government of India. 
Therefore, the importance of not altering any portion of the three matrices cannot be emphasised enough, as doing so will disturb the parity of the services and create anomalous situations.








3 comments:

dr firdous ahmad Najar said...

Dear Sir
My father is retired from state Govt. and my mother is housewife. i am newly appointed in Central Civil Services. Can my mother be dependent on me.
Fidous Ahmad

Pankaj Kulshreshtha said...

Dr Firdous,
Your mother can be dependent on you if :-
(A) Your mother is legally separated from your father OR
(B) Incase your father or mother is/are pensioner then their pension per month should not exceed Rs Rs 3500 excluding DA

Unknown said...

Dear Sir,
At present I am drawing total Rs 28,730/- as my pension [Rs 9,630 (60% of 16,050; my basic pension) + Rs 19,100 (DA) (119% of 16,050). My last pay drawn as on 31/12/2008 was Rs 32,100/-in pay band Rs 15600 - Rs 39100 (PB3) and grade pay Rs 5400.What would be my pay fixation as on 01/01/2016 as per 7th CPC?
Thanks & Regards
- S.B.Prasad

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