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7th Pay Comm:Good news!Starting salary likely to be recommended at Rs 23,000; fitment factor to rise

 A good news is there the for central government employees as the recommendations by the empowered group of secretaries have said that the minimum salary as well as the fitment factor should be raised in the Seventh Pay Commission.

The empowered group which is headed by Cabinet Secretary, is said to have recommended so in its report

 As per a Zeenews report, "According to the sources, the starting salary of government employees is expected to be around Rs 23,000, up from Rs 18,000 as recommended by AK Mathur led panel.

Sources said that the fitment factor is likely to be raised to around 2.7, up from 2.57 as recommended by the 7th Pay Commission."

   According to a Dainik Jagran report,  "The Cabinet Secretary met the PMO officials on Wednesday and apprised them about the secretaries panel's recommendations on the salary and allowances hike recommended for central government employees.

The secretaries panel reviewing the 7th pay commission's recommendations have submitted its report to the Finance Ministry. The Finance Ministry will prepare a note and present it before the Cabinet in the next 15 days." OneIndia News Post Comment

Read more at: http://www.oneindia.com/india/7th-pay-commission-employees-modi-govt-consider-salary-hike-23000-fitment-factor-rise-2131416.html

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9 comments

Unknown said…
How minimum salary of central government employee will come 23000 with the figment factor 2.7...??? If we calculate with this fitment factor the minimum salary will be like this 5200+1800=7000*2.7=18900.....so can u explain how minimum wage will come 23000 with this fitment factor.....
There is no apparent benefit to the present employees in case of raising minimum of the scale. It will benefit only new recruits and recruitment is not being done to downsize the establishment. It is in government's favour only! If the fitment factor/ multiplying factor is raised as per the demand of staff unions to 3.74, then only substantial benefit accrues. Any way the strike scheduled for 11th July may have to take place due to the adamant attitude of this anti-employee government.
Unknown said…
2.57 or 2.7 makes no difference. We're prepared for the strike if the secretaries panel don't look into the demands of the unions
Unknown said…
2.57 or 2.7 is a grave injustice to all the central government employees. Let's be prepared to go on strike if an amicable solution is not given
The Seventh Pay Commission fixed the multiplying factor as 2.57. Today, there is a speculation entertained by an online newspaper that the Empowered Committee of Secretaries headed by the Cabinet Secretary may ultimately recommend revision of the multiplying factor to 2.70. To my mind the speculation is unfounded. On submission of 7th Pay Commission Report, PMO office indicated that the revision of pay scales would be not less than 30%. DA component as on Jan 01, 2016 was 125%. With DA neutralization as on Jan 01, 2016, the theoretical basic pay, inclusive of grade pay would be 2.25 times the Pay + Grade pay of 6th Pay Commission Pay Scales. With the indicated 30% enhancement, the revised multiplying factor would be 2.25x1.30=2.925~3.00. By and large, formulation of government policies has been rational and consistent with avowed indications from time to time- K. A. Talpasai
The Seventh Pay Commission fixed the multiplying factor as 2.57. Today, there is a speculation entertained by an online newspaper that the Empowered Committee of Secretaries headed by the Cabinet Secretary may ultimately recommend revision of the multiplying factor to 2.70. To my mind the speculation is unfounded. On submission of 7th Pay Commission Report, PMO office indicated that the revision of pay scales would be not less than 30%. DA component as on Jan 01, 2016 was 125%. With DA neutralization as on Jan 01, 2016, the theoretical basic pay, inclusive of grade pay would be 2.25 times the Pay + Grade pay of 6th Pay Commission Pay Scales. With the indicated 30% enhancement, the revised multiplying factor would be 2.25x1.30=2.925~3.00. By and large, formulation of government policies has been rational and consistent with avowed indications from time to time- K. A. Talpasai
The Seventh Pay Commission fixed the multiplying factor as 2.57. Today, there is a speculation entertained by an online newspaper that the Empowered Committee of Secretaries headed by the Cabinet Secretary may ultimately recommend revision of the multiplying factor to 2.70. To my mind the speculation is unfounded. On submission of 7th Pay Commission Report, PMO office indicated that the revision of pay scales would be not less than 30%. DA component as on Jan 01, 2016 was 125%. With DA neutralization as on Jan 01, 2016, the theoretical basic pay, inclusive of grade pay would be 2.25 times the Pay + Grade pay of 6th Pay Commission Pay Scales. With the indicated 30% enhancement, the revised multiplying factor would be 2.25x1.30=2.925~3.00. By and large, formulation of government policies has been rational and consistent with avowed indications from time to time- K. A. Talpasai



The Seventh Pay Commission fixed the multiplying factor as 2.57. Today, there is a speculation entertained by an online newspaper that the Empowered Committee of Secretaries headed by the Cabinet Secretary may ultimately recommend revision of the multiplying factor to 2.70. To my mind the speculation is unfounded. On submission of 7th Pay Commission Report, PMO office indicated that the revision of pay scales would be not less than 30%. DA component as on Jan 01, 2016 was 125%. With DA neutralization as on Jan 01, 2016, the theoretical basic pay, inclusive of grade pay would be 2.25 times the Pay + Grade pay of 6th Pay Commission Pay Scales. With the indicated 30% enhancement, the revised multiplying factor would be 2.25x1.30=2.925~3.00. By and large, formulation of government policies has been rational and consistent with avowed indications from time to time- K. A. Talpasai

Unknown said…
Hiii thank you for giving a lot of information on railway jobs
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