7th Pay Commission Salary for Pay Band 15600-39100

7th Pay Commission Salary for Pay Band 15600-39100
Grade pay – 5400,6600,7600

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7 COMMENTS

  1. please give the bunching benefits for 5400 in 7th pay commission
    i joined with 4800 GP in 1998 and in 2010 got 5400 GP AND WHAT MUST BE THE basic in 2016 january i was getting 22060 +5400 =27460
    please inform

  2. I received an offer that states my Basic Pay will be PB-3 + 7600 with 5 additional increments. Can anyone confirm what that means, what will be the gross salary that I can expect (both as per 7th Pay Commission & 6th Pay Commission).

  3. I retired in August 2008 after rendering 37 years and 8 months in present Pay Band of 15600-39100 & Grade Pay 5400.. I found there will be an increase of 17.11% only in the present pension plus 119% DA as against announcement of 7th CPC recommendation of 24% in the News Paper. But I found there is an increase of 26.84% in pension plus DA in the case of Cabinet Secretary level. Why this disparity in Pension to retired pensioners?

  4. i have rendered more than 36 yrs of service and got only one promotion i have qualification also bof be in 1987 acquired in sevice. in of orgn group a has time scale promotion wih non functional upgradation also why the same is not implemented in group b cadre this cadre is worst among all even in clerical cat also they get at least two promotions
    i urge dopt to look into it and modify the report to that extent
    thanks

  5. The PB3 consists of (Group-A) GPs Rs.5,400, 6600 & 7600., The Grade Pay should be notionally revised duly adjusting the wide gap between PB3 & PB4 posts proportionately & Pay/Pension notionally fixed from 1-1-2016 under proposed Matrix formula to relieve heart-burning among Senior Officers who have not been given PB4 duly fixing a minimum service to move higher category proportionately

  6. Still the gap between PB3 & PB4 should be notionally adjusted from 1-1-2006. The VI CPC had mentioned that grade pay would be equivalent to 40 percent of the maximum of the pre-revised scale and that the grade pay will constitute the actual fitment, yet the computation varied greatly. After the implementation of recommendations, the difference became more pronounced in Pay Band 4 as compared to the other three pay bands. This resulted in varying fitment factors for various levels and promotional benefits that were perceived to be rather differentiated. The same pattern was discernible in the pension fixation too. After analysing the issues brought out by various stakeholders, this Commission is suggesting a new pay model that is expected to not only address the existing problems but will also establish a rationalised system which is transparent and simple to use is a good exercise done by Commission.

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