Indian Post is one of the largest employers in India which is another department of Central Government of India. There are already lakhs of employees working in the Indian Post. They will get benefit from the upcoming pay commission i.e. seventh pay commission.
In this article, we have provided information on expected pay scale of Postal Assistant for the upcoming pay commission which is scheduled to be implemented from 1st January, 2016.
Current Pay Scale of Postal Assistant = Rs. 5200 – Rs. 20200 + Grade Pay Rs. 2400 + other allowances
Projected Pay Scale of Postal Assistant = Rs. 15600 – Rs. 60600 + Grade Pay Rs. 7200 = Rs. 29730 Entry Pay
They are getting current pay scale of Rs. 5200-20200 GP Rs. 2400 which will be replaced as Rs. 15600-60600 with GP Rs. 7200. It is one of the big news for them to get handsome salary while working in Indian Post. It is expected that it will be implemented and effective from 1st January, 2016.
Please note that there is no official announcement by the pay commission or Indian Post on the project pay scale. It is our prediction based on the various calculations as well as based on this post. We have to wait till the final implementation of Seventh Pay Commission.
About Postal Assistant of Indian Post
Postal Assistants in Indian Posts have responsibilities of office work, database entries on computers/registers, office management, implement different projects of Indian posts and others. They have to work like office assistant i.e. mostly office work in their routine hours.
We will also cover other posts/designations of Indian posts in the projected pay scales. You can also share your thoughts on the matter.
We hope that the information and details on Projected Pay Scale of Postal Assistant of India Post in 7th CPC will be useful to all.
Let’s share this important post/article on the popular social media websites such as Google Plus (G+), Facebook (FB) and Twitter to make this post much more helpful to other postal assistants. If you have any suggestions for this post then let me know through comments.
Article last re-published on October 13, 2015.