Increase in 7th Pay Commission Minimum Pay and Fitment Formula – Increase in minimum pay and fitment formula – JCM Staff Side Secretary writes to Additional Secretary, Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance
7th Pay Commission Minimum Pay, Fitment Factor – Minutes of Meeting of Standing Committee of National Council (JCM) Staff Side with Govt held on 3rd May, 2017
7th Pay commission minimum pay and fitment formula – Staff Side JCM demands for early convening of Meeting so that issue could be resolved at the earliest
7th Pay Commission – Minimum wage and fitment formula for Central Government Employees will be Rs. 20000 and 2.86 respectively
7th Pay Commission Multiplication Factor – Confederation is confident of increase in 7th CPC multiplication Factor as Govt would ensure that Central Government Employees Strike does not arise
The Staff side had demand of minimum wage of Rs 26000/- & fitment formula of 3.71 against 7th CPC recommendation of Rs 18000/- & fitment formula of 2.57.
Expected DA from January 2016 and its impact on 7th Pay Commission Pay fixation formula and Multiplication Factor – If CPI-IW for December reaches 272 then 7th Pay Commission multiplication factor will have to be revised to 2.58
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen made representation to the Finance Minister about the resentment among Railway Employees on the recommendations of the 7th CPC. NFIR refers low fixation of Minimum Salary, illogical Fitment formula, Abolition of various allowances and reduction in House rent allowances ceiling for class X, Y and Z cities.
A study on difference in Fitment benefit for 7th Pay Commission Pay Fixation in the case of principles of 5th CPC Pay fixation is adopted in lieu of Fitment Benefit in the form of Grade Pay System evolved by 6th CPC
Fitment Formula and Fixation of Pay on Promotion – Confederation’s Memorandum to 7th Pay Commission Fitment Formula proposed to 7th Pay Commission The fitment formula suggested by all the earlier Pay Commissions was not reflective of the actual revision of wages. The employees who were on rolls on the date of implementation of the Commission’s […]
One step ahead for Pre-2006 Pensioners to get revised pension from 01.01.2006 – Hon’ble Supreme Court dismisses the Revision Petition filed by the Government against the dismissal order of Hon’ble Supreme Court to confirm the Hon’ble High Court Order to grant revised Pension from 1.1.2006
Revision of pension of Railway Pre-2006 Pensioners on the basis of 6CPC fitment table with effect from 24.09.2012
Revision of pension of pre-2006 pensioners on the basis of Pre-revised Pay Scale and 6CPC revised pay Fitment Table – Procedure for effecting Revision Pension
Pension of Pre-2006 Pensioners enhanced as per revised Concordance Table meant for linking pre-1996, Pre-2006 Pay Scales