Fixation in revised Pay Structure – 7th Pay Commission Gazette Notification
Statement showing the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission on Pay relating to Civilian employees in Group ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ and personnel of All India Services and Government’s decisions thereon.
|Sl.No||Recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission||Decision of the Government|
|1||Minimum pay in government with effect from01.01.2016 at Rs. 18000 per month (Para 4.2.13 of the Report)||Accepted|
Pay Matrix comprising two dimensions havinghorizontal range in which each level corresponds to a “functional role in the hierarchy” with number assigned 1, 2, 3 and so on till 18 and “vertical range” denoting “pay progression”. These indicate the steps of annual financial progression (Para 5.1.21 of the Report)
On recruitment, an employee joins at a particularlevel and progresses within the level as per thevertical range. The movement is usually on an annual basis, based on annual increments till the time of their next promotion. (Para 5.1.22 of the Report)
|4||The fitment factor of 2.57 to be applied uniformly for all employees. (Para 5.1.27 of the
|5||Pay of employees to be fixed in the revised PayStructure in the manner laid down in Paras 5.1.28 and 5.1.29 of the Report.||Accepted|
In case of upgrading of posts recommended by the Commission, the pay may be fixed in revised Pay Structure in manner laid down in Para 5.1.30 of the Report.
Accepted. The recommendation regarding downgrading not accepted and, therefore, no occasion for fixation on downgrading of posts.
|7||Pay of direct recruits will start at the minimum pay corresponding to the Level to which
recruitment is made, which will be the first cell of each Level in the Matrix (Para 5.1.32 of the Report)
|8||On promotion, pay of employees to be fixed in the manner laid down in Para 5.1.33 of the Report.||Accepted|
Very very sad. Discrimination of railway employees seen throughout the pay panned.