7th Pay Commission submits its report to the Central Government - Report Download pdf

The 7th Pay Commission submits its report to the Central Government - Report Download pdf

The much-awaited 7th Pay Commission report was finally submitted to the Minister of Finance a short while ago.

The four-member 7th Pay Commission, under the chairmanship of Chairman A.K. Mathur, had worked hard for 21 months to prepare the report. The report was handed over to the Centre today. Salaries for Central Government employees and pensioners for the years 2016 to 2026 will be based on these recommendations.

Recommendations prescribed by the committee and their impact and explanations will be given in a series of articles that will appear in future.

Comments

Anonymous said…

Absurd report. Nothing new . Same old 10 year MACP . same 3 % yearly increment. same pay scales . poorer getting more poor as against rich higher grade payer gets higher and higher pays due to same pay scales . bureuacrats eat makkhan in india - PM in World tours . clerk at same 1900 grade pay . safaiwala gets more & more now increased split duty & new dress allowance for them - Swachta abhiyan yogdaan.
Anonymous said…
worst recomendations. last time hike was above 35% but this time only 15%.good bye modi. jaitley denies employees' votes to modi.

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