7th Central Pay Commission of India in 2016 Structure Latest News

7th Central Pay Commission of India in 2016 Structure Latest News:

P-Chidambaram

The Seventh Pay Commission for central employees was announced on 25th September 2013 by the Government of India.

From 1st January 2016 the recommendations of Seventh Pay Commission are likely to be implemented.

Finance Minister P Chidambaram had said in the report that Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh had approved the constitution of the 7th Pay Commission.

The Seventh Pay Commission will revise the salary and pension for 50 lakh central government employees including those in defence and railways and for more than 30 lakh pensioners.

After the implementation of 7th Pay Commission might be all pay band, pay scale, pay grade will be revised.

The salary might be increased from 50 to 60 percentage after the implementation of 7th Pay Commission to all the Central Government Employees.

The sixth Pay Commission of India was implemented from 1st January 2006.

The fifth Pay Commission of India was implemented from 1st January 1996.

The fourth Pay Commission of India was implemented from 1st January 1986.

The third pay commission of India was set up in April 1970 and gave its report in March 1973.

The second pay commission of India was set up in August 1957.

The first pay commission of India was constituted in May 1946.

www.finmin.nic.in/press_room/2013/FM_7CPC_25092013.pdf

 

3 thoughts on “7th Central Pay Commission of India in 2016 Structure Latest News

  1. dalal

    Don’t believe P Chidambaram. He will not give anything. The announcement of 7 CPC is just an election campaign. After election its weight will be decreased. It will not be effective from Jan 2016 too. Chidambaram will make so hardship for the needy people that the CPC recommendations will not pass in the cabinet. One side there will be agitations of the employees and other side Chidambaram’s guts feeling will give a hard time. So you can expect long delay in implementation of 7 CPC after Jan 2016..

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