Modi Government to Hike Minimum Salary from Rs 18000 to Rs 21000: 7th Pay Commission. This is the latest news from Finance Department. On 28 June, central government approved recommendation of 7th Pay Commission with 34 modifications for central government employee. But CG employee not happy with this fitment factor of 7th CPC. Union demanded minimum salary Rs 25000 from Rs 18000. As per media report government is thinking about to hike minimum salary and fitment factor. This is good news for 48 lakh central government employee.
Modi Government to Hike Minimum Salary from Rs 18000 to Rs 21000: 7th Pay Commission
It is another Good News for government employee, Modi government is planning to raise the minimum salary of Central government employees. The government may hike the minimum salary to Rs 21,000, as per a report in OneIndia.
Previously, On junr 28 Union Cabinet (Modi Government) had approved salary hike as per 7th Pay Commission Panel recommendation. Increment in Allowances also came in to effect from 01 July 2017, as per recommendation of review committee on allowances.In this allowances HRA rates is depend on class of city where employee doing job. They have approved allowances with abolition of 53 allowances and sub summing some allowances.
Minimum Wage / Minimum Pay is vary from place to place. It is depend upon type of skill. job location, educational qualification, work assigned to employee, geographical location and many more. Some reports have also been appearing in the media regarding the revised methodology for calculation of minimum wages by enhancing the units from three to six. Based on this government is planning to raise minimum pay for government employee.
Article Title: Modi Government to Hike Minimum Salary from Rs 18000 to Rs 21000: 7th Pay Commission
Article First Published on 7th September 2017.