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The 7th Pay Commission has recommended an average 23.55 per cent hike in salaries and allowances of
government staff. Find out everything you need to know about the’7‘*‘PayCommission’in this infographic.
WHAT IS PAY COMMISSION?
It is an administrative system/ mechanism that is set up bythe government
of India to determine the salaries of government employees.
The concept is peculiar to India and no other countryin world is following this
pattern. The government constitutes the Pay Commission almost every
10 years to revise the pay scale.
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES INCLUDE
Central Government employees:
Industrial & Non—industria|
Officers & employees of the Indian
Audit & Accounts Department
Members of the regulatory bodies (excluding the RBI)
set up underthe Acts of Parliament
Officers & employees of the Supreme Court
Draws Examines Recommends
a framework for the existing schemes appropriate training
the pay Structure of payment of bonus
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Recommends Reviews Examines
appropriate incentive existing allowances the principles that govern
schemes in addition to pay the structure of pension
and retirement beneﬁts
PAST PAY COMMISSIONS ,
13 states of India
were not in a
position to pay
salaries to its
employees due to
the pay hike.
It was the first Pay
It was set up
10 years after
Minimum Basic Salary ( in Rs )
I946 I957 I970 I983 T994 2006
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7"‘ PAY COMMISSION ’
Formed by the previous UPA Government
Chairman- Justice A. K. Mathur
Scheduled to take effect from 1“January, 2016
48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners
will be beneﬁted.
It will impact fiscal deficit by 0.65%.
52 allowances abolished and 36 others submerged
Total financial impact in FY17 is likely to be Rs 1.02 lakh crore.
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Rs39,l00 crore Rs 29,300 crore Rs 33,700 crore
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