7th pay scale: 15% increase in salary, gratuity limit also increased by 20 lakh

Government employees of the state got the seventh pay scale Within 24 hours of the report of the Pay Commission, the cabinet approved the implementation of new pay scale on Tuesday, it will directly benefit 3.65 lakh government servants, about 6 lakh pensioners and more than 3 lakh employed teachers / librarians, Will increase the salary of about 15 percent. The limit of gratuity has been increased from Rs. 10 lakh to Rs. 20 lakhs.

Increase in pay band and grade-pay
Principal Secretary of the Cabinet Department Brajesh Mehrotra, Principal Secretary of the Department of Finance Ravi Mittal and Principal Secretary to the Department of Education R.K. Mahajan gave a joint press conference and informed about the decisions of the cabinet.

Government servants will be nominated from January 1, 2016 while the new pay scale will be given in actual form from 1 April 2017. Meanwhile, the tenure of the Pay Commission headed by former Chief Secretary GS Kang has been extended for two months. In the surveillance bureau, from the cop to the police inspector will get 13 months' salary in a year. The addition of pay-band and grade-pay of the farmer has been increased by 2.57 times.

No decision on allowances
The basic salary of the worker who comes in the pay-band will be calculated from the prescribed formula. The Central Government has not taken any decision on the allowances, so HRA in this. And transport allowance will later be collected. Further dearness allowance will also be raised from time to time. In order to give new pay scales to the state employees, the government will have to spend Rs.1500 crores annually, while panchayati raj institutions will have to spend 1500 crores annually on giving new pay scales to employed teachers and librarians.
About a Concern Alliances

One of the concerns about the report of the 7th Pay Commission is taking care of allowances. After expressing objection to this issue of employee unions, the government gave the issue of alliance to one of the three committees formed. The committee handed over the report to the government after about eight months.
According to information received from the sources, the report prepared after .

discussion with the staff union on the seventh pay commission is stuck with the cabinet secretary. When it was talked about employee leader Shivgopal Mishra, he gave information about the rage in the staff. They say that the government is adopting a policy of delays in this whole issue. The government is not concerned about the interests of the employee.

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