7th Pay Commission Pension for Pre-2016 Pensioners – Implementation of Government’s decision on the recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission
7th Pay Commission Pension fixation based on Notional Pay – Procedure envisaged by Finance Ministry for revising 7th CPC Pension following decision taken by Govt to amend option 1 on the basis of Notional Pay calculated on the basis of Last Pay drawn by the Pensioner
Revision of 7th Pay Commission Pension – Govt decision as per 7th CPC Pension Committee – How the decision of Govt impact Central Government Pensioners and Family Pensioners – Confederation of Central Government Employees Karnataka Branch analyses
7th Pay Commission Pension Fixation based on notional pay fixed in 7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix – Illustrations and examples given by Bharat Pensioners Samaj
Revised 7th Pay Commission Pension fixation for Pre-2016 Pensioners and Family Pensioners – Option 1 recommended by 7th Pay Commission modified by Govt based on 7th CPC Pension Committee report
7th Pay Commission related expenditure to be incurred may be met by Income Disclosure II – Economic Times Article discusses on Expenditure for yet to be implemented aspects of 7th Pay Commission recommendations
Payment of arrears on ad-hoc basis of pay to Defence Forces Personnel pending issuance of Notification accepting 7th Central Pay Commission Award
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
Here are some areas of 7th Pay Commission report which are much beneficial to Central Government Employees. If Govt accepts these recommendations as such overall compensation package of Central Government Employees will be more attractive.
A summary of Expectations of Central Government Employees on changes required in 7th Pay Commission report which is being processed by Empowered Committee of Secretaries
In the case of upgraded grade pay that has been granted now to certain cadres / posts, the new basic pay will be computed using the upgraded grade pay. This new basic pay will be multiplied with 2.57. New 7CPC will be corresponding to this BP multiplied with 2.57 and level corresponding to higher grade pay in the Pay Matrix.
7th Pay Commission has recommended that more than fifty Allowances are to be abolished. It has also provided its recommendations relating certain important allowances such as Fixed Medical Allowance applicable to Pensioners to the effect that there is no need for revising those allowances.
Encashment of Earned leave at the time of retirement – 7th Pay Commission has recommended for continuation of the existing ceiling of 300 days of Earned Leave could be encashed at the time of retirement apart from 60 days encashment during the service.
It is a general view of all Central Government Employees that certain allowances, reimbursement and advances which have been abolished or restricted in 7th CPC report are to be allowed to continue
7th CPC has recommended for abolition of Family Planning Allowance since the level of awareness regarding appropriate family size has gone up among the government servants. 7th CPC is of the view that many benefits relates to children, viz., Children Education Allowance, Maternity Leave, LTC, etc., are available now.