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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Highlights of Recommendations of Seventh Central Pay Commission

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Highlights of Recommendations of Seventh Central Pay Commission 


Recommended Date of implementation: 01.01.2016

Minimum Pay: Based on the Aykroyd formula, the minimum pay in government is recommended to be set at ₹18,000 per month.

Maximum Pay: ₹2,25,000 per month for Apex Scale and ₹2,50,000 per month for Cabinet Secretary and others presently at the same pay level.

Financial Implications:

7th Pay Commission submits its report to the Central Government - Report Download pdf

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The 7th Pay Commission submits its report to the Central Government - Report Download pdf

The much-awaited 7th Pay Commission report was finally submitted to the Minister of Finance a short while ago.

The four-member 7th Pay Commission, under the chairmanship of Chairman A.K. Mathur, had worked hard for 21 months to prepare the report. The report was handed over to the Centre today. Salaries for Central Government employees and pensioners for the years 2016 to 2026 will be based on these recommendations.

Mixed Responses when Sixth pay commission report submitted to Finance Ministe

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Mixed Responses when Sixth pay commission report submitted to Finance Minister

There will be same response after the Report of 7th pay commission submitted to Finance Minister

Today the 7th pay commission going to submit its recommendations to Finance Minister Shri.Arun Jaitly.at 19.30 PM

Our waiting for knowing the 7th pay commission recommendation on pay and allowances will come to an end this evening. After that we will be hearing mixed responses from various quarters. If it gives satisfaction to one side and the same will be disappointment to other side.

When sixth pay commission submitted its report to the then Finance minister Mr.P.Chidambaram, many trade unions were not satisfied over the recommendation of sixth pay commission.

After presenting the report to Finance Minister P. Chidambaram, Mr. Justice Srikrishna said: “I have recommended something which is good for the nation … the average hike will be 40 per cent.”

Mystery of Seventh Pay Commission recommendations on Pay and Allowances will be revealed today

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Mystery of Seventh Pay Commission recommendations on Pay and Allowances will be revealed today

7th CPC Recommendation on Pay Structure, Annual Increment, HRA, DA, MACP, Promotion ,Pay Fixation Benefit will be known

All our doubts will be cleared and queries will be answered after submission of 7th pay commission report to Finance Minister today.

The VII Pay commission was appointed on 28th February 2014 to revise the pay and allowances of central government employees and the commission took twenty months time to complete its tedious but sensitive task. On 18th November 2015, the official website of Seventh pay commission informed that the commission is prepared to submits its report to Finance Minister on 19th November 2015 at 19:30 Hrs.

Will information on the 7th Pay Commission be available by evening today?

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Will information on the 7th Pay Commission be available by evening today?

Are there any chances of getting any concrete information about the 7th Pay Commission recommendations which will be submitted this evening?

Crores of central and state government employees and pensioners all over the country have been eagerly waiting for months to get some information about the 7th Pay Commission. Will their desire get fulfilled today?

Or, will the submitting of the report by Justice A.K.Mathur, who is currently being pursued by an army of reporters, be a mere formality?


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