7th Pay Commission Allowances Sanctioned to Employees
After a period of one year, the Union Cabinet has finally approved fees and recommendations from the 7th Pay Commission. It was something that was waiting for 50 lakh employees at the government.
The government called it a modest increase of Rs 1,448.23 crore per year forecasts from the board of directors wage. The additional financial charges are estimated at 30,748.23 crs year. Below we give you all the information you need to know about the cabinet meeting Wednesday 28 June
- 1 Allowances : 7th Pay Commission full list
- 1.1 HRA Allowance: 7th Pay Commission
- 1.2 Decision on Siachen Allowance: 7th Pay Commission
- 1.2.1 Clothing Allowance: 7th Pay Commission
- 1.2.2 7th Pay Commission : Difficult location allowance
- 1.2.3 7th Pay Commission : Recommendations for some important supplements for Pensioners
- 1.2.4 Allowances to Scientific Departments: 7th Pay Commission
Allowances : 7th Pay Commission full list
The governors decided 12 of 53 benefits that were recommended to be removed by not abolishing the 7th Central Pay Commission. The decision to hold was taken to the specific functional needs of the railways, the post offices and scientific departments, such as space and nuclear energy.
It was also decided that three of the 37 awards recommended to fill the pay table would remain identified as identities due to the unique nature of these fees.
The rates of these fees have also been improved on the basis of the formula established by the Commission. This will benefit more than one lakh staff in specific categories in the railways, postal services, defense and scientific departments.
HRA Allowance: 7th Pay Commission
HRA Allowance: 7th Pay Commission :HRA recommend paying 30 percent X (population of 50 Lakh and above), 20 percent Y (5-50 lakh) and 10 percent Z (less than 5 lakh) cities category. The panel recommended a reduction of the existing percentage to 24 percent for X, Y 16 percent and 8 percent category Z cities.
Because the HRA reduced rates not enough for employees who may be in a lower salary, it was decided that HRA should be no less than Rs 5400, Rs 3600 and Rs 1800 for the categories X, Y and Z, respectively, cities.
The amount of reward is calculated on the basis of 30 percent, 20 percent and 10 percent of the minimum wage of Rs 18000. This will benefit more than 7.5 lakh employees who benefit from levels 1 to 3.
The panel also recommended the HRA rates up in two stages to 27%, 18% and 9% at DA with 50% and 30%, 20% and 10% at DA to 100% percent. Given the current inflationary trends, it was decided that these percentages were adjusted upwards when DA 25% and 50% respectively crossed. As a result, all employees who do not live in government hosting will benefit from the HRA.
Decision on Siachen Allowance: 7th Pay Commission
Decision on Siachen Allowance: 7th Pay Commission : The Commission has placed Siachen Oversized in the RV-Max cell R & H template with two plates of 21,000 Rs and Rs 31,500. Being aware of the extreme nature of the risks and challenges that are being used continuously in Siachen,
It was decided to increase the Siachen compensation rate of Rs 14,000 at current rates Rs 30,000 per month for Javanese and GDEs (level 8 and below) and Rs 21,000 to Rs 42,500 per month for officials (levels 9 and above). With this, Siachen Allowance will be more than twice the current rate.
Clothing Allowance: 7th Pay Commission
Clothing Allowance: 7th Pay Commission : This will be paid annually in four records of Rs 5000, Rs 10,000, Rs 15,000 and Rs 20,000 per year for the different categories of employees. Nurses stay on a monthly basis because of the high standards of maintenance and hygiene.
The government has decided to pay a higher percentage of clothing compensation for SAP staff, taking into account the existing uniform rate of compensation to them. The rates for specific clothing for the different categories of employees will be controlled separately.
7th Pay Commission : Difficult location allowance
7th Pay Commission : Difficult location allowance: Some geographic location compensation, such as special compensation (external location) (SCRLA) Sunderban compensation and severance pay strain area, were included in the allocation of difficult circumstances.
The areas classified under TLA in three categories and the rates are governed by different R & H Matrix cells and are in the range of Rs 1000 – Rs 5300 per month.
The pay committee recommended that TLA be inadmissible with payment of civil servants (SDA) in northeast, Ladakh and islands. The Cabinet has decided that employees would receive the opportunity to enjoy the benefit of SCRLA for per-revised rates with SDA revised rates.
7th Pay Commission : Recommendations in respect of some important allowances paid to all employees:
(I) The permit for raising children (CEA) was increased by Rs 1,500 per month / child (maximum of two) to Rs 2,250 per month / child (maximum of two). Hostel subsidy is 4500 rupees per month at Rs 6750 per month.
(Ii) existing special child care bonuses for women with disabilities have been doubled, from 1,500 rupees per month to 3,000 rupees per month.
(Iii) higher qualifications incentives for civilians was Rs 2000 – Rs increased 30000 (subsidy) – Rs (subsidy) 10,000 to 10,000 rupees.
7th Pay Commission : Recommendations for uniformed services allowances: defense, CAPFs, police, Indian Coast Guard and security agencies
(I) The 7th pay Commission has the abolition of money ration allocation (RMA) and the free ration of defense officials have suggested that were sent to areas of peace. It was decided that the money ration allowance will continue to pay for them and paid directly into their account. It will benefit 43,000 defense agents.
(Ii) Fees paid to the Commissioner of Defense for technical branches of technical costs (Tier – I & II) are now merged with the higher qualification incentive for defense personnel. “Given the specific needs of defense forces for defense personnel to stand at the stage of changing defense requirements and technologies, the government decided not to set the technical allocation. The list of courses of these certificates is checked to technical according to the latest “advances in defense remain,” according to the release.
(Iii) The establishment of the additional free railway debit (travel concession leave), to be granted to Defense Force personnel serving in the field / height / Ops CI, should be extended to all CAPF employees and Indian Coast Guard be.
(Iv) the maximum allowed for the armed forces and the FCPA personnel are determined by the R & M matrix. Prices start from Rs 810 – Rs 16,800 per month at Rs 2,700 – Rs 25,000 per month.
(V) The allocation rates of the field area (field modified, field and highly active) are now determined by the R & M matrix. Prices start from Rs 1,200 – Rs 12,600 per month to Rs 6,000 – Rs 16,900 per month. The classification of the scope of this allocation is made by the Ministry of Defense for Defense Staff and the Ministry of the Interior for CAPFs.
(Vi) Ops versus Insurgency (Ops CI) Allocation, defense and CAPFs is granted, while in the counter – Insurgency – operations is used, is controlled by the R & M matrix. Prices start from Rs 3000 – Rs 11,700 per month at 6,000 Rs – Rs 16,900 per month.
(Vii) The MARCOS and Chariot awards awarded to the Indian Naval Command of the ship are determined by the R & H matrix. Prices start from Rs 10,500 – Rs 15,750 per month at Rs 17,300 – Rs 25,000 per month.
(Viii) The Seegeld rate for Indian Navy personnel is determined by the H. The 12-hour conditionality for determining the eligibility of the sea allowance has been reduced to four hours. Prices start from Rs 3,000 – Rs 7800 per month at Rs 6,000 – Rs 10,500 per month.
(Ix) The rate of the Control Battalion determines the action (COBRA) The provision for personnel used in CRPF affected Naxal, is determined by the R & M matrix Price from Rs 8400 – Rs 16,800 per Month to Rs 17300 – Rs 25,000 per month.
(X) The costs for the flight branch and the technical agent of the armed forces are determined by the R & H matrix. Prices start from Rs 10,500 – Rs 15,750 per month at Rs 17,300 – Rs 25,000 per month . It has also been extended for BSF Air Wing mutatis mutandis.
(Xi) The rate of higher qualification incentives for defense personnel was Rs 9,000 – Rs increased to 30000 (grant) – Rs 30,000 (grant) to Rs 10,000.
(Xii) The aviation industry, which has now been paid only to Indian naval personnel, has been extended to the Indian Coast Guard. The rate of this indemnity increased from Rs 300 per month to Rs 450 per month.
(Xiii) price for the test pilot and flight test engineer allocation is controlled by the R & H matrix. Prices start from Rs 1500 / Rs 3,000 per month at Rs 4.100 / 5.300 rupees per month.
(Xiv) Rates of the territorial army were allocation of Rs 175 – Rs increased by 2000 per month – Rs 450 per month at Rs 1000th
(Xv) ceiling deputations (Duty) value for defense personnel was Rs 2000 – Rs 9000 per month increased – Rs 4,500 per month to Rs 4500th
(Xvi) Secondment rate increased the allowance from 165 rupees – 780 rupees per day to 405 rupees – Rs 1170 per day.
(Xvii) The prices of the ParaJump instructor increased the allowance from Rs 2700/3600 per month to Rs 6000/10500 per month.
(Xviii) Special Incident / Investigation / Security Allocation has been simplified. The rate for the Special Protection Group (SPG) was revised to 55 per cent and 27.5 per cent of base pay for operational and non-operational tasks.
Recommendations in respect of some important allowances paid to Indian Railways: 7th Pay Commission
(I) The rate of additional aid has been increased from Rs 500/1000 per month to Rs 1125/2250 per month. This has been extended to Loco Goods pilots and even higher passenger protection to 750 rupees per month.
(Ii) Given the intense nature of the workplace was introduced a new allowance, namely the approval of the special train controller Rs 5,000 per month for the railway tension controller.
7th Pay Commission : Recommendations for a number of significant allocations to nurses and hospital departmental staff
(I) The existing care allowance has been increased from Rs 4,800 per month to Rs 7200 per month.
(Ii) the Theater Allocation operating rate was increased from Rs 360 per month to Rs 540 per month.
(Iii) The rate of patient care allowance of the hospital / patient care allowance was increased from Rs 2070 – Rs 2,100 per month to Rs 4100 – Rs 5300 per month. The recommendations of the Central Liberation Commission have been modified to the extent that they are granted to the Council of Ministers.
7th Pay Commission : Recommendations for some important supplements for Pensioners
(I) The fixed medical allowance (FMA) rate for retirees has been increased from Rs 500 per month to Rs. 1,000 per month. This is more than five lakh retired central government do not use CGHS facilities facilities.
(Ii) The rate of the constant presence of aid which was granted to 100 per cent disability was increased from Rs 4,500 per month to Rs 6750 per month.
Allowances to Scientific Departments: 7th Pay Commission
(I) The recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission wage to remove the campaign allowance and space technology allocation has not been retained.
To stimulate the support staff in space and the nuclear sector, the launch campaign rate and space technology allocation of 7500 rupees per year has been increased to Rs 11,250 per year.
Compensation Professional Update for employees not published in the Atomic Energy of Canada Gazette will continue to pay at the rate of Rs 11250 per annum.
(Ii) had to cover the Antarctic compensation that was granted to scientists and other members of the Antarctic expedition under the Indian Antarctic program in the R & H Cell Max-RH cell The 7th Commission wage. The rate of the RH Max cell that were recommended by the 7th Central Payment Commission were lower than the existing Antarctic costs that are currently paid per day.
Given the special nature of these shipments and a reasonable increase in interest rates that the government decided to maintain the allocation of Antarctica from the R & H matrix, and the allowance will continue to pay per day After each practice.
Prices for the Antarctic Allocation range from Rs1125 per day (Summers) and Rs1688 per day (winter) to RS1500 per day (Summers) and RS2000 per day (winter).
Allowances -Department of Posts: 7th Pay Commission
The 7th Pay Commission to remove the cycle allowance that was granted above all the letter carriers and the tracks in the railway recommendations, was not accepted. Regarding the specific requirement of the letter carriers’ allowance of the Post and Railway Department in the railways, the cycle is maintained allocation and prices have been doubled, from Rs 90 per month to Rs. 180month.