Seventh Pay Commission: Central Govt employees likely to get 'increased payout', Arrears by Aug 1
New Delhi, June 9: Government employees who are waiting for the implementation of Seventh Pay Commission, will get good news soon. Reportedly, Government will disburse revised pay scales 'increment' in the first week of August.
Sources close to Finance Ministry official was quoted by Financial express as saying, "Central government employees could get the revised pay-scales with their July salaries that would be credited on August 1".
It is being believed that within these two months (June and July) all remaining formalities will be done.
Reportedly, Cabinet Secretary PK Sinha headed Empowered Committee of Secretaries will meet this weekend (June 11) to give final touch to pay commission's recommendations.
After that, the Committee will submit its report to Finance Ministry, which will then seek Cabinet's nod for the same. Most likely, Cabinet Committee will give its nod and through the proposals at the end of this month.
Reportedly, Empowered Committee has pushed for more increment than earlier proposed by the pay Commission in its report.
As per media reports, secretaries panel have suggested maximum salary to be Rs. 2,70,000, which is twenty thousand more than the prescribed upper limit by the pay commission.
Panel wants lowest salary to be fixed at Rs. 21,000, which is three thousand more than the lower prescribed limit. Sources say that Government most likely will accept this new proposal.