7th Pay Commission Projected Pay Scale and Grade Pay for All Pay Band

7th Pay Commission is the most awaited pay commission in the history of India. Millions of central government as well as state government employees are waiting for the final approval of the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. The Seventh Central Pay Commission already submitted its report on November 19 this year to the ministry for the final approval.

In this article, we have provided the expected pay scale/projected pay scale/predicted pay band for all pay bands and pay scales comparing sixth pay commission and seventh pay commission. However, it is not the final approved pay scale of the 7th Pay Commission recommendations. We have to wait for the final decision by the Ministry of Finance, Government of India.

7th Pay Commission Projected Pay Scale and Grade Pay for All Pay Band

7th Pay Commission Pay Scales

7th Pay Commission Pay Scales

List of Designations (Central Government) for Which Expected Pay Scale/Pay Band Provided

List of Designations (State Governments) for Which Expected Pay Scale/Pay Band Provided

We will update this article with the following designations expected pay scale/pay band

  • High School Teachers (Central Government and some state Governments)
  • Non Teaching Staff (Central Government and some state Governments)
  • Pensioners (Central Government and state Governments)
  • Army Personnels
  • PGT Teachers
  • AICTE Teachers
  • Associate Professor
  • Bank Employees (Note: They will not get direct benefit of the seventh pay commission)
  • BMC Employees
  • BSNL Employees
  • BEST
  • BSF (Border Security Force)
  • CBSE Teachers
  • Watchman (Central Government and some state Governments)
  • Lecturers
  • Head Master (Central Government and some state Governments)
  • Doctors
  • Engineers (Central Government and some state Governments)
  • Ex-Servicemen
  • Air force
  • Navy
  • IPS Officers
  • IRS Officers
  • Judicial Staff
  • KVS Teachers
  • Lab Assistant
  • Librarian
  • Lower Division Clerk
  • Upper Division Clerk
  • Medical Officer
  • Paramedical Staff
  • Nurses
  • Polytechnic Staff
  • Police Personnels
  • PSU (Public Sector Units)
  • University Staff
  • UGC Staff
  • ITI Staff
  • Kendriya Vidyalaya

We are expecting that the following list of states will implement the 7th Pay Commission

  • Andhra Pradesh
  • West Bengal
  • Karnataka
  • Bihar
  • Gujarat
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Maharashtra
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Jharkhand
  • Jammu and Kashmir
  • Kerala
  • Manipur
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Orissa (Odisha)
  • Punjab
  • Rajasthan
  • Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal)
  • Delhi
  • Assam

We will update this website with latest news, pay scale, rules/norms. We hope that the information and details on 7th Pay Commission Project Pay Scale and Grade Pay for All Pay Band will be useful to all people across the country.

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Article last re-published on July 14, 2016.
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21 thoughts on “7th Pay Commission Projected Pay Scale and Grade Pay for All Pay Band

  1. Abdul Rahim Khan

    It is still a guess and cannot be taken as granted unless Central Govt issues a comprehensive Official Order on this account.
    Further the Central as well as State Pensioners (Pre-2006 & Post 2006 Pensioners) need on equity basis be given revised Pension with higher medical Allownces and Medical Insurance cover as well as HRA due to total break of joint family system.

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  2. Manish Laskar

    My BP is 8950+3300(GP) ie Rd 12250.00as on June 2016 what is the basic pay after implementing of seventh pay commission.

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  3. HP Kaushik

    In India there is no LOVE WITH NATION BUT LOVE WITH POCKET IS ON CLIMAX. IT IS BECAUSE NITHER
    PARENTS NOR TEACHERS ARE MOTIVATING FOR THIS. LET US START IT IMMEDIATLY.

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  4. Mrinal Kanti Pandey

    I am a retired teacher of secondary school of jharkhand
    My Basic pay is 12,450 and Gp 4800/ what will be my revised pension as per 7th pay comission

    please reply

    pakur (jh) M.k.Pandey

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  5. B K Panda

    Due to shortage of teachers in the university all over India – it is suggested that the teachers who are retiring may be given an extension of service for a period of three to five years so that the teaching and research in the universities are not hampered. The new teacher recruitment and training the new teachers will take some time which can be overcome by retaining the experienced teachers in the universities and not blocking the ways for new entrants as well.

    These retired teachers will be given an extended service with some consolidated salaries and will continue teaching in the same department and university or any other university till they complete three to five years which can be fixed accordingly.

    This is a suggestion I want to make to the UGC constituted 7th Pay commission members so that the University function to its full as well as give way to the new entrants also, if implemented by the UGC it will be a boon to the universities which are grappling with teacher shortages.

    Hope this suggestion of mine will be useful for the UGC to consider.

    With regards,
    B K Panda

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