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7th Pay Commission
The seventh pay commission as announced was unacceptable to the military and left them simmering due to lowering of their status as compared to their counterparts from other central services.
NFPE Note on 7th Pay Commission Allowances submitted by Postal Employees Federation
The Railways Senior Citizens Welfare Society (RSCWS) has written a letter to the Committee of Secretaries on Allowances pointing out that the existing formula for calculation of DA is unjust.
The Minimum Pay Fixed at Rs.18000 by the 7th CPC is very much unjust and meager and ignores the accepted norms in this regard.
Finance Ministry sources today said on condition of anonymity, there is no scope to change in minimum pay Rs 18,000, recommended by the 7th Pay Commission and approved by the cabinet.
Central government employees unions including National Joint Council of Action (NJCA), who have demanded hiking minimum pay Rs 18,000 to Rs 26,000.
The committee examining the suggestions of the 7th Pay Commission on allowances, is unlikely to make changes of percentage in house rent allowance (HRA).
The salary hike for Central government employees and pensioners may turn out to be a short-lived joy given that rising prices of many commodities could negate the monetary benefits.
The Central Government has unanimously increased the gratuity limit of more than 47 lakh employees to Rs 20 lakh from Rs 10 lakh.
Chief minister Vijay Rupani-led state government has announced to give 7th Pay Commission benefits to the state government employees with retrospective effect from January 1, 2016.
The new allowances for the central government employees is likely to be implemented from October 1, a senior Finance Ministry official says on condition of anonymity.
Withhold annual increments of non performers besides tightening the benchmark for promotion, according to the notification of the seventh pay commission.