DA from January 2018 for Central Government Employees and Pensioners is estimated to be 7%
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Articles by Sulochana
That, government salaries quite match those in the corporate world, has been aptly proven with Prime Minister Narendra Modi taking the bold step of pro-active disclosures, under Section 4 of the Right to Information (RTI) Act
Withhold annual increments of non performers besides tightening the benchmark for promotion, according to the notification of the seventh pay commission.
The protesting government employees said the new pension scheme, which was in practice since April 1, 2003, should be scrapped and the old pension scheme reintroduced.
The Rajya Sabha today passed a bill increasing women maternity leave from the current 12 weeks to 26 weeks for all establishments in the country.
Government employees can now hitch a ride on an Uber cab, while going for an official meeting and the department will pick up the tab.
All pre-2016 retirees will get the benefits of 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) recommendations like hike in pension and arrears by this month end, the government has said.
There is no proposal to introduce any new pension scheme for retired Central Government employees.
The 7th Pay Commission implementation will directly affect more than 47 lakh central government employees and 53 lakh pensioners.
Central Government employees and executives of NGOs have been exempted from filing details of assets and liabilities of their spouses and dependent children under the newly amended Lokpal Act.
The BJP-led NDA government is likely to take a decision about the hike in allowances for Central government employees by November this year when the panel appointed to
With the 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations creating an anomalous situation in which the salary of the President is Rs 1 lakh less than that of the country’s top-most bureaucrat.