New Delhi, November 7: It seems that good days for more than 48 lakh Central Government employees have arrived who have been eagerly waiting for central government employees who have been keenly waiting for finance ministry’s intervention in regards to hiking in their minimum pay under the 7th Pay Commission. (Also Read – 7th Pay Commission: Centre Hikes Allowance For Differently-Abled Kids of Government Employees to Rs 54,000 Annually)

Some reports suggest that the government will take some favourable decision for these employees whom they think they deserve a pay hike beyond the recommendations made under the 7th pay Commission.

Some reports also indicated that the pay hike is absolutely necessary to keep up with inflation. Further, the government is also set to accept the recommendations made by the National Anomaly Committee in regards to hike in pay cap.

The NAC headed by Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has members of both the official and staff side who were given the job to take a final call on this matter.

It is expected that the government will increase the minimum pay of central government employees to s 21,000 from the existing Rs 18,000 per month. While the fitment factor will be raised to 3.00 times from the existing 2.57 times.
In last few months, the delay in the hike has made somewhat 48 lakh central government employees restless.

Earlier this month it was known that these employees have demanded Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s intervention.

New Delhi, November 7: It seems that good days for more than 48 lakh Central Government employees have arrived who have been eagerly waiting for central government employees who have been keenly waiting for finance ministry’s intervention in regards to hike in their minimum pay.

Some reports suggest that the government will take some favourable decision for these employees whom they think they deserve a pay hike beyond the recommendations made under the 7th pay Commission.

Some reports also indicated that the pay hike is absolutely necessary to keep up with inflation. Further, the government is also set to accept the recommendations made by the National Anomaly Committee in regards to hike in pay cap.

The NAC headed by Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has members of both the official and staff side who were given the job to take a final call on this matter.

It is expected that the government will increase the minimum pay of central government employees to s 21,000 from the existing Rs 18,000 per month. While the fitment factor will be raised to 3.00 times from the existing 2.57 times.
In last few months, the delay in the hike has made somewhat 48 lakh central government employees restless.

Earlier this month it was known that these employees have demanded Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s intervention.