Projected Pay Scale of Assistant Professor in 7th Pay Commission

Assistant Professor wants to know their expected pay scale and grade pay in Seventh Pay Commission very much eagerly. Government of India has already announced the pay commission for central government employees. Recently, NMC has urged the Prime Minister to appoint the chairman as well as members of  7th CPC committee members. Yet, Government of India didn’t announced the committee members and Chairman of the commission.

Assistant Professor 7th Pay Scale

Projected Pay Scale of Assistant Professor in 7th Pay Commission

  • Current Pay Scale of Assistant Professor is Rs. 15600 – Rs. 39100 Plus Grade Pay Rs. 6600 = Entry Pay Rs. 25530
  • New Pay Scale as per 7th Pay for Assistant Professor is Rs. Rs. 46800 – Rs. 117300 Plus Grade pay Rs. 19800 = Entry Pay Rs. 76590

So, it it expected that there will be so much benefit for the Assistant Professor when Government of India implements the pay scale. We have also reported time frame here for the expected implementation dates.

Related: Supervisor Instructor Expected Pay Scale in 7th Pay

If there will be any delay in the implementing the pay commission then Government of India will also provide arrears as happened in the Sixth Pay Commission. So, there is no worry for all the Government employees.

We hope that information and details on Projected Pay Scale of Assistant Professor in 7th Pay Commission will be useful to all people around the country. You can also read Primary Teachers pay scale here.

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2 thoughts on “Projected Pay Scale of Assistant Professor in 7th Pay Commission

  1. Prof. Dr. Umasankar Saha

    Projected pay scale is fantastic but it has to be kept high compared to the industrial as well as finance sector in India.

    Reply
    1. Dr. Sanju Das

      We should not expect too much from the Government; instead we need to render our services in the right earnest.

      Reply

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