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7th Pay Commission: Govt staff to get arrears in one installment; likely in October

This news will give central government employees another reason to celebrate. Reportedly, Government staff will get their six months arrears in one installment in the month of October.

 Employees will get increased payout in their July salary and it will be credited in their account on August 1.

Latest media reports say that six months arrears from January to July will be handed over just ahead of the Dusshera festival in October. An official working on the implementation of 7th CPC was quoted as saying, "Central government employees could get the revised pay and allowances from their August salaries and arrears are to be paid ahead of festival season in one installment".

 It is being said that P K Sinha headed Empowered Committee of Secretaries held a meeting on Tuesday. Reportedly, secy panel in its final report has recommended 30 per cent more than what was proposed by the pay panel in its November report.

 AK Mathur led 7th pay panel had proposed a minimum monthly basic salary of Rs. 18,000 and maximum Rs. 2,50,000 for the central government staff. With 30 per cent more, the minimum will become 23,400 and maximum at Rs. 3,25,000.

Sources say that government will go by the recommendations of Secretaries panel as later has taken into account concerns of all stakeholders including employees' unions and trade Unions. OneIndia News

Read more at: http://www.oneindia.com/india/7th-pay-commission-govt-staff-increment-arrears-ahead-festival-reports-2129064.html

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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.
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