Highlights of 7th Pay Commission Some important highlights of the Seventh Central Pay Commission are as follows: Minimum Pay – Based on the Aykroyd formula, the minimum pay in government is recommended to be set at ₹18,000 per month.
Some more highlights of the 7th Pay Commission The 7 th Pay Commission is increasing the salaries by 23.55% as compared to the 35% increase after the implications of 6... The minimum wage has been increased to Rs. 18,000 from the current Rs. 7,000. The maximum salary has been fixed at Rs. 2. The ...
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7th Pay Commission 7th Pay Commission DA hike: Here’s how much salary you will get after 3% increase. In the latest 7th Pay Commission update, the Central government has approved a 3 per cent hike in the dearness allowance (DA) and dearness relief (DR) for Central government employees and pensioners.
Here is the overview of 7th Pay Commission report: Minimum Pay: Based on the Aykroyd formula, the minimum pay in government is recommended to be set at Rs 18,000 per month. Maximum Pay: Rs 2,25,000...
Following are the highlights of the recommendations made by the 7th Central Pay Commission, headed by Justice A K Mathur, which submitted its report to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today: * Minimum pay fixed at Rs 18,000 per month; maximum pay at Rs 2.25 lakh.
HIGHLIGHTS OF RECOMMENDATIONS OF SEVENTH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION New Delhi, November 19, 2015 Kartika 27, 1937 1. Recommended Date of implementation: 01.01.2016 2. Minimum Pay: Based on the Aykroyd formula, the minimum pay in government is recommended to be set at ₹18,000 per month. 3.
Here are the major highlights of recommendations by the 7th Pay Commission. 1. The commission has recommended a 16 per cent hike in basic salary plus increase in DA and allowances like HRA. 2.
7th Central Pay Commission Implemented – Highlights. Last updated Jul 1, 2016. The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the implementation of the recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) on pay and pensionary benefits. It will come into effect from 01.01.2016.