7th Pay Commission Calculator is one of the most useful tools for all central as well as state government employees across the country. Millions of government employees want to know their new pay scale as well as pay band after implementation of 7th Pay Commission. So, if you are looking for your new pay scale and pay band, then please follow a few steps to get it now.
To get your expected salary including expected pay scale and pay band. Please enter the following things in the text boxes.
- Current Pay Scale as per 6th Pay Commission
- Current Grade Pay as per 6th Pay Commission
- Your Current HRA in Percentage as per 6th Pay Commission
- Your Current TA in Percentage as per 6th Pay Commission
After entering the above things in the text boxes, please press on “Calculate” button to get the expected salary including expected pay scale, pay band, HRA and TA.
7th Pay Commission Calculator Online for All Government Employees
7th Pay Commission is headed by the former Supreme Court Judge Justice Ashok Kumar Mathur with other members in the pay commission. It is the seventh commission constituted by the Government of India for the revision of pay scale and pay band of millions of central government employees across the country.
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We hope that 7th Pay Commission expected pay scale/salary calculator will be useful to all central government employees across the country.
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Note: The 7th Pay Commission has submitted its recommendations on November 19, 2015 to the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. We will update this calculator as and when the Ministry of Finance release the final implementations of recommendations. On 29th June, 2016, Cabinet has approved the recommendations of the seventh pay commission. Final calculator will be soon updated.
According to the latest news reports from our trusted sources, 50% hike in salary is expected.
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Article last re-published on June 29, 2016.