7th Pay Commission: Higher allowances, what central govt employees can expect
It is unlikely that there will be a significant change in the highest performance, as recommended by Commission 7 for payment. Central government employees can not earn much and the Committee of Authorized Secretaries can not consider higher allocations than what has already been recommended by the board payment. This would mean that the government will respond to the recommendations made by only the payment group. Employees complain that the Commission’s recommendations were not enough and, therefore, compensation should be greater.
The government believes that it should take into account that the 7th of the Pay Commission has recommended. It is not possible to go hiking, but the government also feels it. Central government employees expect an E-CoS meeting scheduled for June 1.
The government is not obliged Although the E-CoS recommends more compensation, the government is not necessarily bound by it. The committee may make a recommendation, but the final decision will be made by the government. For now, the government’s mentality is to move forward with the allocations recommended by the table only pay, say the sources.
In the dark, several government employees say they know nothing. They are not sure if the benefits will be paid. Even if that is the case, no one is aware of the date. Nothing was known, including renovations to the structure. A letter presented by the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the National Council (staff side) for central government employees to Cabinet Secretary Pradeep Kumar Sinha suggests that central government employees have not been informed of the recommendations of the Lavasa Committee in The reform of benefits under the seventh payment commission. The compensation committee has taken longer to finalize its recommendations, but it is unfortunate that even after the commission report, there is even was next to the template (CWY) We know it did not make committee recommendations, said the letter . Therefore, Side staff (JCM) calls the Assignment Committee’s recommendations are available for the personal side (JCM). In addition, it would be appreciated if the subsidies were implemented without delay and the date of implementation should be carried out at the same time. The committee recommends that it pay 52 payments out of a total of 196 are completely eliminated and 36 subsidies should be merged with existing ones instead of being treated with different identities. The Lavasa Committee was formed to review the changes in terms of subsidies and representations dealing with various organizations and staff departments.
The Committee had suggested that the human rights officer be reduced for central government employees, regardless of where they were deployed. For employees living in meters, the Seventh CPC recommends that its HRA be reduced to 24 percent, 16 percent and 8 percent of base salary for Class X, Y and Z cities, respectively versus the speed of Output 30 percent, 20 percent and 10 percent. Lavasa The Committee suggested that the rates be reviewed at 27 percent, 18 percent and 9 percent when AD is greater than 50 percent and revised at 30 percent, 20 percent and 10 percent at most 100 percent. Recommendations on wages and pensions have been approved by the Council of Ministers in June last year, but benefits have been put on hold due to the radical changes proposed. Employees and retirees receive salaries and pensions under the new salary scale. However, this is not the case with the subsidies, which are paid at the old rates. Employees of the central government asks them to move the accounts presented in force on January 1, 2016 and that the relevant arrears are paid in comparison with the benefits.