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7th Pay Commission: By how much will government employees salary rise?

7th Pay Commission d-day is getting closer. April deadline was set earlier and as things stand, there is not going to be any changes made to that. The start of the fiscal will surely herald an increase in the salaries of government employees and that is for sure. What is leading to much anxiety and talk is whether it will be according to what the staff wanted, rather than what the Centre had offered. Well, for one, government employees salaries will rise by more than what the 7th Pay Commission had recommended. This was revealed by a government source quoted by The Sen Times.

7th Pay Commission: Govt to raise pay, bigger than pay panel

Central government employees’ pay will rise with a fitment factor of 3.00 times of basic pay of 6th pay commission, the much bigger real-terms increase than the 7th pay panel recommendation, a senior Finance Ministry official said on Monday morning, presenting the rise as a measure of economic strength after PNB scam, which has been dubbed as the biggest bank fraud in India’s history.

7th Pay Commission: Latest news today 2018 – Long wait likely to end finally! Pay hike from April

7th Pay Commission latest news today 2018: Putting an end to the long wait, Central government staff are likely to get a hike in their salaries from next month. As promised by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in 2016, the Centre is likely to hike salaries.

7th Pay Commission: Dearness Allowance for central government employees hiked to 7 per cent

The Union Cabinet approved two per cent hike in Dearness Allowance (DA) for central government employees on Wednesday. This decision will see 1.10 crore central government staff and pensioners receive 7 per cent of their basic pay as DA, instead of 5 per cent. The hike will be put into effect from January 01, 2018.

End of the road for babus: How states are quietly killing the cushy government job

The days of cushy government jobs that offered long-term security without any threat of layoff are numbered now. Steep salary hikes due to the Pay Commission awards and the need for performance-based specialist jobs are forcing state governments to hire workers on contract or just outsource jobs. Several state governments have opted for such steps.

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