Here are the highlights of the 7th Pay Commission report

The Seventh Pay Commission headed by Justice AK Mathur on Thursday submitted its report to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, suggesting 23.55% hike in pay and allowances of govt employees.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 22, 2016 2:56 pm
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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:

* 23.55 per cent increase in pay and allowances recommended

* Recommendations to be implemented from January 1, 2016

* Minimum pay fixed at Rs 18,000 per month; maximum pay at Rs 2.25 lakh

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* The rate of annual increment retained at 3per cent

* 24 per cent hike in pensions

* One Rank One Pension proposed for civilian government employees on line of OROP for armed forces

* Ceiling of gratuity enhanced from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 20 lakh; ceiling on gratuity to be raised by 25 per cent whenever DA
rises by 50 per cent

* Cabinet Secretary to get Rs 2.5 lakh as against Rs 90,000 per month pay band currently

* Financial impact of implementing recommendations will be Rs 1.02 lakh crore – Rs 73,650 crore to be borne by Central Budget and Rs 28,450 crore by Railway Budget.

* Total impact of Commission’s recommendation to raise the ratio of expenditure on salary and wages to GDP by 0.65 percentage points to 0.7 per cent

* Military Service Pay (MSP), which is a compensation for the various aspects of military service, will be admissible to the defence forces personnel only

* MSP for service officers more than doubled to Rs 15,500 per month from Rs 6,000 currently; for nursing officers to Rs 10,800 from Rs 4,200; for JCO/ORs to Rs 5,200 from Rs 2,000 and for non-combatants to Rs 3,600 from Rs 1,000

* Short service commissioned officers will be allowed to exit the armed forces at any point in time between 7 to 10 years of service

* Commission recommends abolishing 52 allowances; another 36 allowances subsumed in existing allowances or in newly proposed allowances.

* Recommendations will impact 47 lakh serving govt employees, 52 lakh pensioners, including defence personnel.

Highlights Of The 7th Pay Commission Report (app users click here)

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    Mohit kumar
    Feb 14, 2017 at 8:46 am
    Army totel pay skel
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      Tersingh Kanesh
      Jan 16, 2017 at 8:30 am
      Gds 7th pay comision riport
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        Tersingh Kanesh
        Jan 12, 2017 at 4:28 am
        Good
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          deepak
          Oct 10, 2016 at 4:43 am
          I am not satisfied with the 7th CPC but also have no other choice instead of accepting this being a comman man. Pre 15 Aug 1947 Britishers ruled over us and post 15 Aug 1947 these corrupted politicians, businessman and local police, lower judiciery is ruling over us.
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            deepak
            Oct 10, 2016 at 4:39 am
            it is sad to inform that the brave soldiers who sacrifies their lives for the nation are provided loans from the banks on market intrest rates and the MPs and MLAs who are sitting in ACs and doing politics on each and every matter just to get into the power by any means are provided the loans at 0% intrest. i think PM should explain this in his speech "Man ki Baat".
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              deepak
              Oct 10, 2016 at 4:36 am
              this pay commission is a real example of discrimination between officers and other ranks of army because :- (a) Other ranks faces more hardship as they work on ground under inclement weather conditions, hard terrain etc whereas officers are provided with higher MSP inspite of the fact that they are also provided with better facilities in every locations of the army weather it is peace, high alude, glacier, field or counter insurgency or in any other operations. (b) it is tough to accept that MNS and officers will get more MSP while sitting in ACs and PBORs will get less MSP while working on ground (.) discrimination also reflects in increase of pay i.e, only 2.57 % for PBORs and 2.67 % for officers. this will only increase the gap of ries between the higher cl and lower cl. (c) All this leads to set a mindset in Other ranks that not only the govt but officials also dont want that their subordinates get higher pay which in turn affects the morale and working efficiency of an soldier (d) Due to this a social economic factor is also connected i.e, increase of gap between the higher cl and lower cl across the country which is neither good for economic health because the maximum demand in the market to accelerate the economy will only be generated by only those people who are still that much capable to afford bed items/own houses/motor cars (e) this also leads to angerness among the soldiers and dishonesty towards their superiors and the BJP led govt which is already on fire from the opposition that they are working only for rich and higher cl of the society and and the country (f) it reduces the belief that PM inspite of a person of great experience and from the poor family who understands the feelings of lower middle cl and poor peoples and who knows that this will also prove to be a point of discussion in next election for the families of lower middle cl, poors and soldiers also to not to vote for the man who can not understand us (.)
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                articlesworldbank
                Jan 27, 2016 at 6:11 pm
                very nice article keep update
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                  Bijender Mor
                  Jan 15, 2016 at 3:12 pm
                  Good
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