Expected Pay Scale Grade Pay of IAS Officer in 7th CPC

An Indian Administrative Officer (IAS) is one of the key services in India. They receive one of the highest perks and salaries in India. They also enjoy the executive powers, better pension and much other facilities as an IAS officer in India. There are a large number of aspirant candidates in India to become an Indian Administrative Officer (IAS). A large number of IAS officers have demanded for better pay scales, and facilities from the pay commission. However, a new controversy was generated due to this.

In this article, we have provided information on expected pay scale grade pay of IAS officer in 7th Pay Commission. So, let’s read.

7th Pay Commission IAS

7th Pay Commission IAS

Expected Pay Scale Grade Pay of IAS Officer in 7th CPC

Current Pay Scale as per Sixth Pay Commission

  • Entry Level Pay Scale/Grade Pay: Rs. 15600- 39100 Plus Pay band Rs. 5400

Expected Pay Scale in 7th Pay Commission

  • Rs. 29900-104400 Plus Grade Pay Rs. 16200

The Indian Administrative Services or IAS officers have five scales namely the Junior Scale, Senior Time Scale, Junior Administrative Grade, Selection Grade and Super Time Scale. The salary of IAS officer is among the highest paying salaries in government sector.

Benefits for IAS Officers

  • House Rent Allowance
  • Dearness Allowance (It is revised half yearly, mainly being governed by the inflation index)
  • Free Water
  • Bungalows
  • Security Guards
  • Free Electricity
  • Government Vehicle/Cars
  • Free Telephone
  • Study leave abroad, expenses of which are borne by the Government of India
  • Lifetime Pensions
  • All Other Benefits

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Note: This is an old article. We will update this article as and when we get the full details about the 7th Pay Commission Approved Salary for IAS Officers.

Article last re-published on June 29, 2016.

13 thoughts on “Expected Pay Scale Grade Pay of IAS Officer in 7th CPC

  1. Ramchandra Padhi

    The present basic pay of ZP Teachers Working in primary schools under Odisha state Government is 5200 – 20200 grade pay 2200 which is abysmally low as compared to PRT working under central and other state Governments whose basic is 9300. If the
    aberrations isn’t rectified before the implementation of 7th pay commission the fate of ZP primary school teachers will be left in quandary for another 10 years which amounts to violation of RTI norms regarding pay structure of ZP primary teachers (Odisha). Can I expect just modifications of ZP Teachers ‘ basic pay by the GOVERNMENT OF ODISHA before implementation of 7th pay commission and give justice to equal pay for equal work as per RTE norms.

  2. SAJAN V

    The employees getting GP of R’s. 5400/- and above in 6th CPC, the is not to be get the subsidy of consumer items from GoI. So that huge number of common poor peoples to get the benefits. An employee getting gross salary of Rs. 50000/- and an employee getting salary of Rs. 10000/- are purchasing regular items in same rate. The matter may be brought to the notice of GoI.


    mai assistant hoon mera basic rs.10140 hai aur pay grade 2400 hai meri agli basic aure paygrade kya hoga

  4. Jai Rana

    i am working as a steno in state government kinldy tell me what is my next scale. At present my scale is 7700 and grade pay is 1900.

  5. m singh

    IAS officer equal service AIS all India service of govt motor transport driving (officers) denger road driving service all benefits up grade 7th CPC sir ji


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