Saturday, 10 March 2018

7th Pay Commission News And Update: Central Government Employees May Get Pay Hike Beyond CPC Recommendation After March 31

7th CPC: Whatever the recommendation is made in the 7th Pay Commission, lesser wages and increase in the Fiton Factor will be done when the dearness allowance will be more than 50 percent.

Recommendations of 7th Pay Commission were implemented in 2016. However, the Central Government employees were demanding increment with the recommendation of the Seventh Pay Commission. It seems that their wait is going to end because at the end of this financial year, the minimum wage increase can be increased, which is from April 1. The fiscal year 2017-2018 is ending on 31st March, when employees could increase salary increments, what was recommended for them

The Central Government approved the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission in 2016. Government approved a minimum basic salary of 18,000 rupees for the Central Government employees. The factor factor was 2.57 percent for the increase. However, the pay recommendations by the 7th CPC were not sufficient for the employees because they demanded more growth. They wanted more salary hikes than those recommended by the Seventh Pay Commission. They went on a strike in 2016. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had promised that his concerns would be kept in mind.

Central Government employees wanted that the minimum monthly salary would be 26,000 rupees per month. Apart from what the Seventh Pay Commission recommended, he was beyond the fitness factor he had demanded. They demanded 3.68 times the fit factor, which should increase the minimum and maximum salary of the Central Government employees.

According to the report, the government may agree to the minimum wage of Rs 21,000 and the fiat factor to be 3 times. However, due to financial constraints the government may find it difficult to do this.

According to another report, what is recommended in the 7th Pay Commission, lesser wage and increase in the fit fact will be increased when the dearness allowance is more than 50 percent.