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Seventh Pay Commission: Good News! Govt staff likely to get 30% more 'increment' than recommended

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New Delhi, June 14: Empowered Committee of Secretaries will meet on Tuesday to give final touch to Seventh Pay Commission's recommendations.

Seventh Pay Commission: Central Govt employees likely to get 'increased payout', Arrears by Aug 1

Reportedly, secy panel in its final report has recommended 30 per cent more than what was proposed by the pay panel in its november report.

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A Finance Ministry official was quoted as saying, "This will be the final meeting of the Empowered Committee of Secretaries. After that, Pay Commission award will come out".

AK Mathur led 7th pay panel had proposed a minimum monthly basic salary of Rs. 18,000 and maximum Rs. 2,50,000 for the central government staff. With 30 per cent more, the minimum will become 23,400 and maximum at Rs. 3,25,000.

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Empowered Committee which was set up to overview recommendations of pay coommision had to meet on June 11. But meeting got postponed in last moment. 

Reports say that government employees will get increment in July salary and it will be credited in their account on August 1.

Sources say that government will go by the recommendations of Secretaries panel as later has taken into account concerns of every stakeholders including employees' unions and trade Unions.

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