7th Pay Commission Pay Scales - Differences between 6th & 7th Pay Commissions, Latest News on 7th Pay Commission Report
The 7th Pay Commission India was constituted with a resolution on 28th February, 2014. 18 months time was given to Seventh Pay Commission to make it’s recommendations on 7th Pay Commission pay scales to the government of India. During this time the central government employees are making speculations on the possible pay scales recommended by 7th Commission Board. Most of the central govt. employees are surfing the net for hours for 7th Pay Commission latest news and Central Government employee’s latest news. We the “7th Pay Commission Latest News” website is updating you with the latest news on 7th Pay Commission report.
At the ratio on what the pay commissions were fixed so far, The Seventh Pay Commission Latest News prepared a chart on possible pay scales in 7th CPC. This is only an expectation and the Central Government employees are advised not to think this as final and please wait until the 7th CPC report is finally declared. However can get an idea by studying the below chart how the 7th pay commission is going to be and 7th Pay Commission Structure.
Expected pay scales and Grade Pays of 7th Pay Commission for Central Government Employees
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6th Pay Commission Procedure
The Sixth Pay Commission which was the previous pay commission to 7th Pay Commission mainly focussed on removing ambiguity in respect of the existing pay scales and, introducing the idea of running ‘Pay Bands’ to remove stagnation , while reducing the number of pay scales to 20. The 6th pay commission recommended for removal of Group – D cadre. With a wide gap in the minimum and maximum scales, the ratio was fixed at 1:12 with lowest scale at Rs.7000 at Rs.90000 at the highest level in Sixth Pay Commission. The same is expected in the 7th Pay Commission also as per the Seventh Pay Commission current news.
7th Pay Commission Demands by Central Government Employees
Now the Seventh Pay Commission is constituted. So far conventionally the periods or Pay Revisions to Central Government employees was 10 years. However, the Employees’ Unions have been demanding for reduction of this period to 5 years in line with the conventional periodical wage revisions for every 5 years in Public Sector Undertakings. The Defence Forces are demanding for wages commensurate with the nature of their risky duties, for proper representation for them in the 7th Pay Commission and for application of the concept of ‘one rank – one salary’ and ‘one rank – one pension’.
By the time of the constitution of the 6th Pay Commission, the method of sanction of DA to Central Government employees was in vogue from 1st January 2006, not as arbitrary sanction by the Government, but on a systematic basis basing of CPI (Consumer Price Index) and revision there of every six months. Citing this as virtual pay revision, the Vajpayee government has turned down the Employees’ Unions demand for constitution of Pay Commission during the year 2003. As per the latest news on 7th pay commission, taking this as a cue, the industry circles state that since this DA rise every six months is virtual pay revision, there is no necessity for constitution of a Pay Commission 7th.
A number of wage hike projections are going round presuming a uniform multiplying factor band between 2.5 and 3.5 taking into account the initial pay scales; but in effect the hike may not be that much in 7th Pay Commission, but may be likely in the range between 10% and 30% on the actual gross salary drawn prior to 1st January 2016, the expected date of implementation of the 7th Pay Commission recommendations. However keep in touch with 7th Pay Commission latest news for updates on 7th Pay Commission 2016.