High lights of 7th cpc Gazette notification-Two Increment,Arrears payment,Allowances and NPS

There shall be two dates for grant of increment namely, 1st January and 1st July of every year,
instead of existing date of 1st July; provided that an employee shall be entitled to only one annual
increment on either one of these two dates depending on the date of appointment, promotion or grant
of financial up-gradation.

The arrears on this account shall be paid during the financial year 2016-2017

 The recommendations on Allowances (except Dearness Allowance) will be referred to a
Committee comprising Finance Secretary and Secretary (Expenditure) as Chairman and Secretaries
of Home Affairs, Defence, Health and Family Welfare, Personnel and Training, Posts and Chairman,
Railway Board as Members. The Committee will submit its report within a period of four months.
Till a final decision on Allowances is taken based on the recommendations of this Committee, all
Allowances will continue to be paid at existing rates in existing pay structure, as if the pay had not
been revised with effect from 1st day of January, 2016. 

A Committee of Secretaries comprising Secretaries of Departments of Personnel and
Training, Financial Services and Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare will be set up to suggest measures
for streamlining the implementation of the National Pension System (NPS). 

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Anonymous said…
what about pay structure among the Senior & junor in same cadre. diffenence from the 6th CPC means ACP and MACP. Junior taking more grade pay in ACP and Senior taking less grade pay in MACP( Senior selected from departmental comp. exam and Junior selected from SSC in the same cadre , after 12 years Junior fixed in promotional grade pay but senior not able to ACP)

therefore requested to u kindly justice with the Seniors for fixation of pay in the 7th CPC
So, I will very thankful to u sir..
balleravi said…
The matter to be taken up on a priority basis ,since seniors are badly affected and demoralised.
balleravi said…
The matter to be taken up on a priority basis, since seniors are badly affected and likely to be demoralised.
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