Analysis on 7th Pay Commission bunching Benefit discussed in Para 5.1.36 and Para 5.1.37 of 7th Pay Commission report – Pay in Grade Pay of Rs. 5400, 6600, 7600 and 8900 will be entitled to additional increment as bunching benefit
Updated 7th Pay Commission Calculator to estimate your new 7th CPC Pay, 7cpc HRA, 7cpc TA and Pay Arrears with effect from 1st Jan 2016 – As decided by Govt, there will not be any change in the Allowances such as HRA, Transport Allowance etc for time being.
Govt has formed a committee to examine the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission relating to all 196 allowances. Here is an analysis on why Common allowances should not be clubbed with other allowances
7th Pay Commission Pension and Arrears Calculator as per 7th CPC implementation Notification issued by Govt – Pension Fixation as per Option 1 will be accepted subject to feasibility
7th Pay Commission recommended for retaining CPI (IW) with Base 2001=100, the price index which is being used for calculating Dearness Allowance since 1st January 2006
The Centre will set up anomalies committees to examine individual, post and cadre-specific anomalies arising out of implementation of the recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission.
“All other benefits, including Travelling Allowance or Daily Allowance on tour etc, to be provided by the regulatory bodies as per their rules and regulations,” the Government notification said.
7th Pay Commission – Non-performing Central government employees will not get annual increment if their performance is not upto the mark, the Centre has said.
This is the first time in the Pay Commission History that the 7th Pay Commission recommendation are going to be implemented in staggered manner. Only Basic Pay alone will be revised.
7th Pay Commission Latest News – CBSE Chief inducted in to 7th CPC Implementation Cell formed by Govt – Notification expected soon
The salaries government employees would receive from August 1, on the basis of 7th pay commission recommendations would be hiked by 14.27 per cent, without any allowances. Which technically makes it a lowest ever salary hike implemented by any Pay Commission since independence.
7th Pay Commission Minimum Pay requires revision – Minority Commission Member writes to FM citing the prices of essential commodities
While Committee was formed by Cabinet to look in to revision of allowances, High Level Committee to be formed by Govt will review Minimum wage and fitment formula
What is hurting more the central Government employees is, The 7th pay commission has recommended a 14.27 per cent hike in basic pay at junior levels — the lowest in 70 years.
Problems of NPS employees were taken well in 7th Pay Commission negotiations which resulted in Govt’s decision to form a Committee to look in to NPS related issues – NJCA Clarifies