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Each day or the other we read unconfirmed news related to 7th Central Pay Commission. Is there any end of this issue?

Asked 2018-02-11 09:30:56 by Ravindran Nair

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Till now, there has been no official communication from the Ministry of Finance regarding the implementation of 7th Pay Commission. However, as per the latest reports, the hike in pay for lower-level employees of matrix level 1 to 5, should come into effect from 1st April. We will keep you updated as soon as there is any official press release.

What about state government pensioners? Would 7th pay commission be applicable for state government pensioners?

Asked 2018-02-09 22:17:20 by Anonymous

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The reports only talk about hike in salaries of Central Government employees. Salaries and pensions of state government employees come under purview of their respective administrations and how and when the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission come into effect, will depend on where you live. For example, Haryana has decided to revise pension with effect from Jan'16 who retired or died prior to Jan'16.

Employees are frustrated and you media people, without knowing, are publishing false news. Even before approval of allowances committee report, media published about HRA hike, but why?

Asked 2018-02-09 20:50:09 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

The article clearly states that as per reports the hike is expected. There is no official confirmation yet but a Financial Ministry official told The Sen Times, “Government is on the path of effecting minor changes in the pay matrix upto level-5,”. We will update you whenever there is any official communication from the Ministry of Finance.

Is the pay hike confirmed or not? Please tell me.

Asked 2018-02-09 14:10:32 by Anonymous

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Even though, there is no official communication regarding pay hike, reports suggest that the salaries of central government employees are expected to be raised from April 1. We will update you as soon as Finance Ministry releases any official communication.

The story goes fine if the it is recommended fast. Delay leads to disappointment.

Asked 2018-02-09 11:46:24 by Srikantiah A

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As per reports, the Finance Ministry is planning to hike the salaries of central government employees from April 1, which in effect is only 2 months from now. We will update you as soon as there is an official confirmation.

What is the status on merging non practicing allowance with the basic for the calculation of dearness allowance for the doctors?

Asked 2018-02-09 09:17:02 by Sasikanth Sarma

Answered by NewsBytes

In July'17 Finance Ministry said that the NPA will only be paid at 20% of the basic pay, in accordance with the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission. It is subject to the condition that the sum of basic and NPA shall not exceed Rs. 2,37,500. In this order, there was no talk about merging NPA and basic. You can read the release here.

All lies. Don't publish imaginary stuff and mislead the government employees.

Asked 2018-02-09 08:33:19 by Anonymous

Answered by NewsBytes

As per reports, the salaries of central-government employees are expected to be raised from April 1. “Government is on the path of effecting minor changes in the pay matrix upto level-5,” a Finance Ministry official told The Sen Times. Even though there is no official confirmation, the article was based on these reports. We will keep you updated whenever there is a confirmation.

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