7th Pay Commission: Hike Beyond Recommendations for Central Government Employees

As the elections are approaching, good number of announcements are being made to keep everyone happy. Last week it was the Karnataka State government that declared 30% hike for its state employees under the Karnataka 6th Pay Commission.

Today, it’s the time for the central government employees to rejoice, as the recent news items are pointing

Karnataka 6th Pay Commission: 30% Hike Recommended

When the elections are upcoming, the governments often leave no stone un-turned to gain support.
Same appears to be the case with Karnataka, where the pay hike recommendation by the Karnataka 6th Pay Commission has been on the higher side.
As per the available

Andhra Pradesh 30% HRA Increase and Other Benefits

Its raining benefits and perks for the government employees of the newly carved state capital of Amravati in Andhra Pradesh. They are set to get 30% increase in House Rent Allowance (HRA), and there are more goodies. Here are the details

Paramilitary Forces One Rank One Pension OROP Details

High on the heels of the armed forces, the paramilitary forces of India are now planning to demand for benefits under the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme. This article provides details about the latest developments, expected benefits, costs, and impact areas for One Rank One Pension (OROP) for Paramilitary Forces

BMC Under Process to implement Seventh Pay Commission: Expect 15%-30% Pay Hike

As per the available news, BMC is expected to be under process to implement the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission for its employees.
As per the guidelines issued by the central government, BMC was required to prepare a report regarding implementation of the seventh pay commission as applicable to BMC. It is learnt that BMC has already started the work towards report preparation.

The recommendation is that BMC employees may see 15% to 30% pay hike after

Seventh Pay Commission Recommendations Report: 20%-40% Pay Hike for Central Government Employees

It is learnt that the government appointed Seventh Pay Commission is actively working on drafting the recommendations for increase in salaries of lakhs of central government employees. It is expected to submit its recommendations to the government by this year end. In what could be a the biggest bonanza of all times, it is expected that central government employees can receive salary increase in the range of 20% to 40%

Dearness Allowance for Central Government Employees: Expected to go upto 80%

Earlier in the year 2012 and 2011, there were good news about Dearness allowance increase for the central government employees under the sixth pay commission and we had covered the details in the following articles, 7% DA Dearness Allowance Increase for Central Government Employees and then Government approves 6% hike in DA: Dearness Allowance now at 51%: Sixth Pay Commission Recommendation
Dearness Allowance for Central Government Employees: Expected to go upto 80%
Details about Dearness Allowance for Central Government Employees, which is expected to increase by 8% from current 72% t 80%
Today can be a big day for Central Government Employees as there are expectations that the dearness allowance can be increased from 72% to 80%.

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