New Delhi, June 21: The much awaited recommendations of 7th Pay Commission is likely to be implemented shortly. As per the latest developments, the salary hike would be implemented from July, with Central Government employees, along with Defence personnels receiving their hiked salaries from August 1. Click here to access the new pay scale calculator which would predict the upcoming salaries of defence personnels.

In the link which appears, enter the data which is required in the respective fields. One needs to enter his basic pay as of January 2016, along with the pay band and grade pay. In the next field, enter the amount of transport allowance, followed by the rate of HRA (Housing Rate Allowance). Apart from the above data, one also needs to enter his city, non ‘practicing allowance’, ‘military service pay’ and ‘Group X Pay’.

Upon entering the details, click on ‘calculate’ tab. In the new window, your upcoming salary will be predicted.

The final announcement on 7th Pay Commission is expected to be made by the end of the month. The implementation of 7th CPC will positively impact nearly 47 lakh Central Government employees along with 52 lakh pensioners. The defence personnels constitute 29.7 per cent of the total Central Government workforce. It would put an additional burden on state exchequer of Rs 1,00,000 crores.

The recommendations of the AK Mathur-led commission were submitted to Centre in January. The recommendations were reviewed by an empowered committee of secretaries led by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha. According to reports, it has increased the revised amount of salaries by additional 30 per cent. The minimum salary of government employees is expected to be increased to Rs 23,500, whereas, the maximum salary would be escalated to Rs 3,25,000.