7th Pay Commission latest news

7th Pay Commission latest news

7th Pay Commission latest news: The Railway Board has approved the promotion of non-gazetted medical employees of the Indian Railways. After the promotion of non-gazetted medical employees in 8 categories, the minimum pay hike for the above-mentioned medical employees will be Rs 5,000 per month. The promotion will lead to an increase in monthly HRA, DA and TA. The 8 categories of the non-gazetted medical Indian Railways employees are Staff Nurse, Pharmacist, Radiographer, Lab Staff, Health and Malaria Inspector, Physiotherapist, Dietician and Family Welfare Organisation.
7th Pay Commission latest news
Minimum Celery 21000 will be given to the Government employees under the Seventh Pay Commission.

Millions of government employees are waiting for their increased wages after implementing the Pay Commission's recommendations in the 7th.  The government can start giving increased celery from April.  Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has decided to increase the minimum celebrity and the fitness factor.

Two years ago, Arun Jaitley promised to pay increased wages in the Rajya Sabha.  In addition, on July 6, 2017, the Central Government published the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission in the gadget.  According to the 7th Pay Commission, the salaries of central government employees can increase from Rs 7,000 to Rs 18,000 per month.

At the matrix level, the salaries of employees who get paid 1 to 5 can be increased.  Their minimum salary can be increased from Rs 18,000 to Rs 21 thousand.  That fitness factor can also be increased from 2.57 to 3 lots.

Employees can benefit from this one from April 2018.  However, the central employees demand that their minimum celery be increased from Rs. 18,000 a month to Rs.

The Railway board informed about the decision in a written statement saying, " With a view to have broad uniformity over Indian Railways, the avenue of promotion (AVC) of non-gazetted categories of all Departments are under review in Board’s office in consultation with the Zonal Railways and the concerned departments, taking into account the changes that have taken place over the years in the matter of pay scales, percentage distribution of posts etc." The Railway Board statement went on to read that as a result of the exercise mentioned above for the Medical Department, the AVCs of various non-isolated non-gazetted categories of the Medical Department have been reviewed in consultation with the Health Directorate, and model AVC for various categories have been framed. These are enclosed herewith for information and guidance.

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"It may be noted that review of the cadre structure of Medical Laboratory categories is presently under finalization separately. As and when this exercise is complete, the AVC for Medical Laboratory categories also will be revised," Railway Board statement read.

Elaborating upon how the salary hike will take place after promotion, Harishankar Tiwari, Former Chairman at AG Office Brotherhood — an organisation which is based in Prayagraj, said, "After promotion an Indian Railways employee will receive up-gradation by one level. Means, if someone gets upgraded from Level-1 to Level-2 or Level-2 to Level-3 etc., then he or she will get at least Rs 5,000 increment in one's monthly salary."

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