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7th Pay Commission For Upcoming Exams

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A member of National Commission for Minorities, Mr. Praveen Davar wrote to Finance Minister urging the Union Government to hike the salary of lowest paid employees by Rs. 4000 and reduce the salary of highest paid employees by Rs. 25000. He criticized that upper limit of Rs. 2.5 lakh by 7 FC is way too big.

7th Pay Commission For Upcoming Exams

Main Recommendations of 7th Pay Commission For Upcoming Exams

 

7th Pay Commission For Upcoming Exams

  • Hike in salary and allowance by 23.55%.
  • Maximum pay to be Rs. 2.5 lakhs and minimum pay fixed at Rs. 18000.
  • The increment of 3% retained.
  • The increase in pension by 24%.
  • One Rank One Pension also advised for civilian employees in line with OROP for army personnel.
  • Maximum gratuity rose from 10 lakh to 20 lakh. However, there will be a 25% rise in gratuity as DA rises by 50%.
  • Recommended abolition of 52 allowances.
  • MACP: Performance benchmarks have been made stricter by MACP (Modified assured career progression) from “good” to “very good”. Commission proposed however that an employee’s annual increment may be cut off if he fails to achieve required MACP benchmark.
  • PRP (Performance related Pay): Commission recommended for inclusion of PRP for all Central Government employees and it should coalesce the current Bonus scheme.
  • Financial edge granted to IAS (Indian Administrative Service) and IFS (Indian Foreign Service) should be extended to IPS (Indian Police Service) and IFoS (Indian Forest Service). However, that recommendation remains unsatisfactory.
  • Short Service Commission officers can exit the forces anytime between 7 years to 10 years of service in armed forces.

Implementation of these Recommendations may cost the exchequer anywhere between 74000 or to 1 lakh crore which is likely to impact fiscal deficit by 0.65%.

The Commission was headed by Justice AK Mathur and submitted its report in February 2014 which have been implemented from 1st January 2016. 48 lakh employees and 55 lakh pensioners are benefitting by this recommendation.


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