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7th Pay Commission: From August 1 government employees will get hiked salaries

Around 47 lakh central government employees and 52 lakh pensioners are eagerly waiting for their revised salaries which has been earlier promised by the Narendra Modi government.

New Delhi, June 15: The long wait for the central government employees is likely to over, as the 7th Pay Commission on Monday recommended 30 percent hike in salaries. As per the proposed hike salaries the government had already started working to credit hiked salaries on the account of employees from August 1, 2016.

Around 47 lakh central government employees and 52 lakh pensioners are eagerly waiting for their revised salaries which has been earlier promised by the Narendra Modi government. A news reports on Monday suggested that employees and pensioners are expected to get 30 per cent more than what has been recommended by the panel, which submitted its report earlier this year.

According to Financial Express source, “Central government employees could get the revised pay-scales with their July salaries that would be credited on August 1″.

However, there were indications that the central government will also credit arrears with revised pay, it is not clear whether the past dues will be given to the employees at one go or in installments.

According to reports the 7th Pay Commission had recommended a minimum monthly basic salary of Rs 18,000 and maximum of Rs 2,50,000. With the 30 per cent hike the minimum basic monthly pay will be Rs 23,500 and the maximum will be Rs 3,25,000.

The 7th Pay Commission will impact the Central Budget by Rs 73,650 crore and the Railway Budget by Rs 28,450 crore. The 7th Pay Commission’s Empowered Committee of Secretaries met in the month of April to give the final finishing touch to the recommendations before the report was handed over to the Finance Ministry.

Read at http://www.india.com/news/india/7th-pay-commission-from-august-1-government-employees-will-get-hiked-salaries-1263059/

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4 comments

Anonymous said…
Baseless news
Unknown said…
This report is an all through absurd. Because the 30% more hike is not on the recommended Basic Pay (18000), it is merely on the gross salary an CG employee is presently drawn, it is quite clear from other previous reports published from time to time in the media that this 30% hike is just an increase of one's total monthly salary, but not 30% hike on one's basic pay. So, please stop publishing these utterly idiotic news.
Unknown said…
Äs ani neo said, I also like to say that Govt will not be so generous to increase the recomended pay of Rs2.50 lakhs to 3.25 lakh . At the best the empowered committee can recommend a 30% hike of the existing salary which would come to around 2.70 lakhs or so. For the lowest rank it may be more than 30% as because there is a demand from all levels to increase the lowest salary.but, it will also be between 21000 to 24000.but, for the middle level employees under no circumstances the hike will be more than 30%.
Unknown said…
Äs ani neo said, I also like to say that Govt will not be so generous to increase the recomended pay of Rs2.50 lakhs to 3.25 lakh . At the best the empowered committee can recommend a 30% hike of the existing salary which would come to around 2.70 lakhs or so. For the lowest rank it may be more than 30% as because there is a demand from all levels to increase the lowest salary.but, it will also be between 21000 to 24000.but, for the middle level employees under no circumstances the hike will be more than 30%.
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