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7th Pay Commission Latest Updates on Minimum Pay Hike

7th Pay Commission: Latest Updates on Minimum Pay Hike






New Delhi, November 14: Central Government employees are waiting for a minimum wage hike beyond the recommendation of 7th Pay Commission or Seventh CPE from June 2016. Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has promised to raise minimum wages beyond the recommendation of 7th. The Pay Commission constituted the National Discrepancy Committee (NAC) to investigate the matter. It has been a year since the formation of NAC, but the report has not been submitted to increase the minimum wage beyond the recommendation of the 7th Pay Commission. (Read also - 7th Pay Commission: its confirmation, increment to come into effect from 1 April 2018)


If the media reports believe that NAC is likely to submit its report about the increase 
in the minimum wage till December 15 and the Central Government employees will get minimum wage from April next year. Many reports had earlier suggested that the government would increase the minimum wage beyond the recommendation of the 7th Pay Commission from January. The meeting of the NAC was held for October but due to the announcement of the dates of the Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat assembly elections, it was adjourned for a while.



The government can increase the minimum wage from Rs 18,000 to Rs 21,000, which was recommended by the 7th Pay Commission or 7 CPCs and was approved by the cabinet. The 7th Pay Commission recommended a 14.27 percent increase in basic pay - in the 70 years, the minimum and minimum wages increased from Rs 7,000 to Rs 18,000. Since then, under the 7th Pay Commission, the Central Government employees are asking 2.57 times the minimum wage to Rs 26,000 and the fitness factor 3.68 times.


NAC can increase the minimum wage from Rs 18,000 to Rs 21,000. Existing 2.57 times the fiat factor will be increased to 3.00 times. The government had approved the increase in wages and allowances according to the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, respectively, in June 2016 and July 2017.
Under the 7th Pay Commission, revised salaries can get some respite from the Central Government employees. However, by the seventh pay commission, the original increase of 14.27 percent - the lowest in 70 years - was left unsatisfied with the Central Government employees.

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