Recent Activities after 7th CPC implementation

Recent developments after Cabinet approval on 7th CPC implementation

After the Cabinet Approval for implementation of 7th Pay Commission, Govt issued a press release. The Press Release of Central Government highlighted some important decision of Government on implementation of 7th CPC recommendations. All the Unions and Federations were dismayed by the govt decision on not increasing the Minimum Pay and fitment factor. The recent developments after cabinet approval is updated here.

1. Highlights of 7th CPC recommendation approved by Union Cabinet

In the past, the employees had to wait for 19 months for the implementation of the Commission’s recommendations at the time of 5th CPC, and for 32 months at the time of implementation of 6th CPC. However, this time, 7th CPC recommendations are being implemented within 6 months from the due date.

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2. 7th CPC Recommendation on CGEGIS is not accepted by Govt

7th CPC Recommendation on CGEGIS is not accepted by Govt and the old scheme and rates continues. The 7th Pay Commission has recommended the following rates for Central government Employees Group Insurance Scheme (CGEGIS)..[Read More]

3. Cabinet accepts two options for fixation of 7th CPC Revised Pension

Cabinet accepts both two options for fixation of 7th CPC Revised Pension .7th CPC Recommended following Two options for fixation of Revised Pension. In First option , Pay Scale on Retirement and Number of Increment Earned…[Read More]

4. Cabinet decided to retain LTC advance and Medical Advance in 7th Pay Commission

7th Pay commission in its report, recommended that all the interest free advances should be abolished .We have already raised concerns about abolishing the Advances for Medical Treatment and LTC. [Read More]

5. Percentage of HRA in 7th pay commission after cabinet approval

The Pay commission has recommended HRA should be rationalized by using the factor 0.8 which is used for rationalising the percentage based allowances. The 7th CPC recommended 24 percent, 16 percent and 8 percent of the Basic Pay for Class X, Y and Z cities respectively. [Read More]

6. Cabinet approved some changes in the Defence Pay Matrix

The Cabinet approved further improvements in the Defence Pay Matrix by enhancing Index of Rationalisation for Level 13A (Brigadier) and providing for additional stages in Level 12A (Lieutenant Colonel), 13 (Colonel) and 13A (Brigadier) in order to bring parity with Combined Armed Police Forces (CAPF) counterparts at the maximum of the respective Levels.[Read More]

7. NFIR Disappointed over not increasing Minimum wage and Fitment Factor

The National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR)’s General Secretary expressed serious disappointment and unhappiness over the Government’s decision on minimum wage.[Read More]

8. No improvement in Minimum Wage and Multiplying Factor is highly disappointing – AIRF

It has been noticed that there is no improvement in Minimum Wage and Multiplying Factor as well, which was our hard pressed demand. Instead, wages, as recommended by the VII CPC have been accepted as it is, which is highly disappointing. [Read More]

9. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has attempted to reconcile the voices of dissent

The final CPC report has reportedly disappointed the armed forces, as the Empowered Committee of Secretaries has failed to incorporate their demands. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has attempted to reconcile the voices of dissent propping up .[Read More]

10.  Disappointment for Defence personnel

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has agreed that the some of the suggestions of defence forces could not be taken into account. [Read More]

11. Breaking News: Cabinet Approves 7th pay Commission recommendations

The Pay commission recommended Minimum pay Rs.18,000 with increase of 14.29%. The same is approved without any change. Govt maintains that the amount of increase is 23.45% including Allowance.[Read More]

12. 14.27 per cent hike in basic pay at junior levels is the lowest in 70 years

The pay panel, in November last year, had recommended a 14.27 per cent hike in basic pay at junior levels — the lowest in 70 years. The previous 6th Pay Commission had recommended a 20 per cent hike, which the government doubled while implementing it in 2008. [Read More]

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