7th Pay Commission: New Salary Without Arrears From April

7th Pay Commission: New Salary Without Arrears From April
“We don’t have any faith on this government. You would have noticed, all the policies introduced by the Modi government are anti-employees. The government has failed us. But hopes are still there,” said another employee in the report.
The government might implement the new salary from April 2018, but it is in no mood to give arrears to the employees.
According to an earlier report, financial advisors to the government are of the view that arrears on higher minimum pay will bring an extra burden to the exchequer.
Recent reports have also mentioned that, for entry-level employees' basic pay may go up to
Rs 18,000 from previous Rs 7,000, while for highest level like secretary -- the pay scale could rise to Rs 2.5 lakh from Rs 90,000.
Moreover, basic pay of Class 1 officers is expected to start from Rs 56,100.
According to the Ministry of Finance, 7th CPC will benefit 34 lakh civilian employees and 14 lakh Defence Forces personnel . It had examined 197 allowance, recommending abolition of 53 allowance and subsuming 37 others. Also, 7th CPC recommended revised rates commensurate with Dearness Allowance.
There are still confirmations pending from the government or the department concerned or ministry with regards to pay scale and fitment factor.

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