Wednesday, 24 January 2018

Good news For 7th Pay Commission: Pay Hike To Come Into Force From April

New Delhi: In order to give proper and fair compensation to the Central Government employees, the increment will be applicable from April, a top finance ministry official said.
He said that salary matrix level 5 was recommended by the 7th Pay Commission, instead of the salary and fitment formula of lower-level employees, and it was approved by the Cabinet.

"It will be put in the gazette in the next financial year and will be implemented from April, 2018," he said.

The minimum wage in the recommendation of the Seventh Pay Commission ranges from Rs 7,000 to Rs 18,000 and the maximum salary ranges from Rs 9000 to Rs 2.5 lakh, which will be approved by the Cabinet on June 29, with a figure of 2.57 times the same salary of the 6th pay commission. Had given , 2016

In the recommendation of the pay scale, various shortcomings are faced with the salary ratio.

Later pay commissions had reduced the proportion of wages between the lowest earning employees and top bureaucrats between 1:41 to 1:41 to 1:12 in 1947, while the 7th Pay Commission increased to 1:14 Had given.

Therefore, unions of Central Government employees demanded the minimum wage. For all employees, instead of Rs 18,000, 26,000 and 3.68 ft. Factors. Accordingly, he threatened to go on an indefinite strike on July 11, 2016 increments.

Through a high level committee, the unions suspended their indefinite strike after the assurances of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on June 30, 2016 so that they could consider the main demand for increasing the salary and fitness formula.

Jaitley reiterated this commitment in the Rajya Sabha on July 19, 2016 and the Government established National Discrepancy Committee (NAC) in September, 2016 to investigate various pay related discrepancies arising out of the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission. was.

However, the Department of Personnel and Training (DOPT) issued a letter on October 30, 2017, which states that according to the recommendation of the 7th Pay Commission, the decision to increase the minimum wage and the fitment formula did not come under discrepancies and hence the NAC Do not worry.

Responding to the DOPT letter, a finance ministry official said that the government is committed to the responsibilities related to the assurance of the Finance Minister. Accordingly, our Ministry is thinking of increasing the employees' salaries, who receive salaries from matrix level 1 to 5.
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