Wednesday, 31 January 2018

News about - 7th Pay Commission: Latest Updates on Minimum Pay Hike; Check Out Here

New Delhi, 31 January: A day before the budget of 2018 will be presented in Parliament, the Central Government employees are positive that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will bring something for them. On the condition of anonymity, a top finance ministry official said that the Government is considering the revision of salary rules under the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission to increase the pay per month for low level Central Government employees for the pay scale. Had happened. Matrix level 5

According to The Sen Times, the source said that the government is on track to bring minor changes in salary matrix up to level 5.

In 2016, Jaitley assured the leaders to see their core demand to increase salary and fitness formula.

In July 2016, Jaitley had promised in the Rajya Sabha to increase the salary of central government employees beyond the suggestion of the Seventh Pay Commission.

"The government is going to fulfill the promise of Arun Jaitley to increase the salary of employees till salary matrix level 5 beyond the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission, which will be paid by April," the source further said.

The Council of Ministers had already approved the proposal of the 7th Pay Commission on 29th, 2016 so that the pay scale of 6th Pay Commission can be adjusted to 2.57 times equally.

The 7th pay panel recommended minimum wage of Rs 18,000 per month and maximum salary of Rs 2.5 lakh.

The unions also demanded Rs 18,000 for the minimum wage of Rs 26,000 and they also asked 2.57 times to increase the fitment factor by 3.68 times.

In September 2016, the National Discrepancy Committee was formed to resolve the pay discrepancies.

The Department of Training (DOPT) had issued a letter on October 30 last year that it was said that the demand for increasing the minimum wage and the fitness formula is not considered as an anomaly, so it does not fall within the scope of the NAC. .

Officials further said that the government is going to drop the DOPT letter and implement the commitment, which was made by FM Jaitley to increase the wages of the employees at least.
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