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CGHS Latest compilation of FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions on Central Government Health Scheme – updated as 09.09.2014

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1. Who are entitled for CGHS facilities

1. All Central Govt. employees and their dependent family members residing in CGHS covered areas.
2. Central Govt Pensioners and their eligible family members getting pension from Central Civil Estimates
3. Sitting and Ex-Members of Parliament
4. Ex-Governors & Lt. Governors
5. Freedom Fighters
6. Ex-Vice Presidents
7. Sitting and Ex-Judges of Supreme Court & High Courts
8. Employees and pensioners of certain autonomous organizations in Delhi
9. Journalists (in Delhi )Accredited with PIB ( for OPD   & at RML Hospital)
10. Delhi Police Personnel in Delhi only
11. Railway Board employees

2. In how many cities CGHS is presently operative?

CGHS facilities are available in 25 cities   in India
1. Ahmedabad 2 Allahabad 3 Bengaluru 4 Bhopal 5 Bhubaneswar 6. Kolkata 7. Chandigarh   8   Chennai   9.Dehradun   10.Delhi   &   NCR   11.Guwahati   12. Hyderabad 13. Jabalpur, 14. Jaipur 15 Jammu 16. Kanpur 17. Lucknow 18. Meerut 19. Mumbai 20. Nagpur 21 Patna 22.Pune 23. Ranchi 24. Shillong   25. Thiruvananthapuram

3. For CGHS cards , as dependant , what is the meaning of the word “ family”

The term ‘family’ means and includes:-
1.   Husband  or  wife  as  the  case  may  be  and  other  dependant  family members.
2.   Dependant Family Members:
parents, sisters, widowed sisters, widowed daughters, minor brothers and minor sister, children and step-children wholly dependent upon the Government  Servant  and  are  normally residing  with  the  Government Servant.
Also now included , dependent divorced / separated daughters ( including their dependant minor children) and step-mother.
3. The term dependency means that income from all sources including pensions and pension equivalent of DCRG benefit is less than Rs.3500/- plus amount of DA on Basic pension of Rs3500/-per month.
However, there is no such clause as dependency in respect of spouse.

4.   What is the procedure to register with the CGHS?

Pensioners:
1.         One can get a CGHS card made from the office of AD / JD of the
City.
2.         Forms can be downloaded from CGHS Website or can be taken from office of AD / JD of city.
3.         Documents required
i.      Application in prescribed format
ii.      Proof of Residenceroof of Stay of dependents iii.      Proof of age of son
iv.       Disability certificate, if any in case of sons aged 25 & above, who would otherwise cease to be a beneficiary.
v.      Photos of eligible family members
vi.       Surrender Certificate of CGHS Card while in service ( only in  those  cases  where  CGHS  Card  was  issued  while  in service)
vii.     Attested copies of PPO & Last Pay Certificate
viii.      Draft for required amount towards CGHS contribution – in the name of ‘P.A.O., CGHS New Delhi’ in Delhi-and in the name of ‘AD, CGHS of the city’.
ix.     In case PPO is not ready for any reason there is option to get a provisional card on the basis of Last Pay Certificate.
x.      The data is entered through computers and entered in data base and a print out is issued same day for immediate use. Plastic cards are subsequently sent to the residence of the card holder by post.
Serving employees:
Serving  employees  submit  the  forms  in  prescribed  format  enclosing photos of eligible family members and submit to the Ministry / Department/Office , where he / she is employed. The application form shall be forwarded by the Ministry / Office /Department to the office of Addl. Director CGHS of city for preparation of card.
Print out is issued for immediate use.

5.   Are CGHS facilities free   of cost?

For serving employees residing in CGHS covered area obtaining CGHS card is compulsory Deduction  from  salary  is  made  by  the  department,  every  month, depending upon their pay
Grade pay Drawn  per month (from 1.6.2009)Contribution
Upto Rs.1650 Rs.50
Rs.1800, Rs.1900, Rs.2000Rs.2400 and Rs.2800 Rs.125
Rs.4200 Rs.225
Rs.4600, Rs.4800, Rs.5400and Rs.6600 Rs.325
Rs.7600 and above Rs.500
Pensioners who want to avail CGHS facilities can make contribution either on yearly basis or one time ( ten yrs ) contribution for whole life validity.
Payment can be made by Demand Draft in favour of “ P.A.O. CGHS ”.
Contribution in respect of Pensioners are calculated on the basis of grade pay they are entitled had they been in service , but for superannuation.

6.   What is the system for the services of specialists in Dispensaries?

Prior  registration  is  required  appointment  with  the  CGHS  Wellness  Centre, where specialist services are available. However, In case of emergency contact CMO i/c of dispensary of Wellness Centre for consulting specialist without prior appointment.

7.   Is there any interactive mechanism at dispensary level?

At the Wellness Centre ‘Local Advisory Committees’ are formed. CMO i/c holds a meeting with Local Advisory Committee members to discuss local dispensary related issues.

8.   How long does it take to get the CGHS Cards?

Normally computerized printout of index card is issued on the same day. Plastic
cards are sent to the residence in ‘3’ weeks time.

9.   Whom Should I approach in case the CGHS Card is not issued to me in the prescribed time?

Contact Joint Director (HQ), CGHS, CGHS building ,RK Puram Sector-12, New Delhi in case of Delhi and Addl. Director of City in case of other cities.

10. What should I do if I lose my CGHS Cards ?

Application is to be submitted to AD/JD along with two photographs and a IPO for Rs. 50/- for issue of duplicate card.
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New Form 11 in EPF to replace existing Form 11 – New Form 11 will also replace Form 13 for existing member of the Provident Fund who makes a request for transfer of his fund availing the facility of UAN

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NEW FORM 11 AVAILABLE ONLINE IN EPF WEBSITE FOR ALL MEMBERS OF EPF PRE-FILLED WITH DATA ALREADY AVAILABLE WITH EPF DATABASE
Employees‘ Provident Fund Organisation
(Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India)
Head Office
Bhavishya Nidhi Bhawan,14-Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi – 110066
No. Manual/Amendment/2011/30992
Date 2 Jan 2015
To
All Regional P.F. Commissioners
In-charge of Regional/Sub Regional Offices.
Sub: Introduction of Declaration Form [Form No. 11 (New)] to replace existing Form No. 11 (Revised)
Sir/Madam,
In exercise of powers conferred on the Central Provident Fund Commissioner under para 36(7) read alongwith the provisions of paras 34 and 57 of EPF Scheme 1952 and para 24 of Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995, has ordered the replacement of erstwhile Form No. 11(Revised) with the Declaration Form [Form No. 11 (New)] placed at Annexure-I.
2. The Declaration Form [Form No. 11(New)] will also replace Form No. 13 in all such cases where existing member of the Provident Fund makes a request for transfer of his fund availing the facility of UAN.
3. The members who have been allotted UAN and where KYC details have been digitally verified by the previous employer, are not required to fill separate Form No.-13.  Rest of the employees will continue to fill Form-13 alongwith Form No.11 (New).
4. The employees/employers can access fillable Declaration Form [Form No. 11 (New)] on the member portal which will be pre-filled with all the relevant information already in our database.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Sanjay Kumar)
FA & CAO
Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation
(Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India)
Head Office
Bhavishya Nidhi Bhawan,14-Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi – 110066
No: Manual/Amendment/2011/30992
Date: 02.01.2015
ORDER
In the matter of Introduction of Declaration Form [Form No. l l. (New)] to replace existing Form No. 11 (Revised)
1. Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation has now embarked upon its next phase of e-governance reforms with a view to make its services available to its stakeholders in an efficient, transparent and reliable manner and at low costs. EPFO has been implementing allotment of Universal Account Numbers (UAN) to its subscribers. The Online Transfer Claim Portal (OTCP) has also been made functional.
2. In exercise of powers conferred under para 36(7) of the Employees Provident Funds Scheme, 1952, read with paras 34 and 57 of Employees’ Provident Fund Scheme 1952 and para 24 of Employees Pension Scheme, 1995, the introduction of Declaration Form [Form No. 11 (New)] in place of existing Form No. 11 (Revised) is ordered with immediate effect.
3. The Declaration Form [Form No. 11 (New)] will also replace Form No. 13 in all such cases where existing member of the Provident Fund makes a request for transfer of his fund availing the facility of UAN.
 sd/-
(KKK. Jalan)
Central Provident Fund Commissioner

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A P 10th Pay Commission report

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Exempt Defence Civilian Employees From New Pension Scheme – All India DRDO Technical Officers Association

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All India DRDO Technical Officers Association have represented both the Central Government and 7th Pay Commission to exempt the Defence civilian employees from New Pension Scheme. The text of the Representation of AIDRDO TOA is given below..

“……Dear colleagues

We have represented to both previous NDA & UPA Governments to scrap NPS. Now we have requested the present Government to exempt the Defence civilian employees from New Pension Scheme at par with Armed Forces.Let’s be optimistic that present Central Government will exempt us.Let’s build pressure on the Govt. by ensuring that employees/officers who joined after 01/01/2004 send individual representations to the Cabinet Secretary through proper channel.Pl.forward this mail to our younger brothers & sisters who joined after 01/01/2014.


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For One Rank One Pension, war veterans to march on Delhi: The Times of India

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For OROP, war veterans to march on Delhi: Ajay Sura,TNN 

CHANDIGARH: More than 10,000 restless ex-servicemen from across the country will hold a massive protest at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on February 1 to pressurize the Centre into keeping its promise on the one rank one pension (OROP) demand.

During the 2014 Lok Sabha election campaign, both the BJP and Congress had pledged to implement the scheme. But the new government has not implemented it even after completing 200 days in office. Several ex-servicemen welfare organizations have come under the banner of Indian Ex-servicemen Movement (IESM) for the protest.

The veterans are also unhappy over defence minister Manohar Parrikar recent statement that he would try to implement 80% of OROP.

"It has to be implemented 100% as promised by the Prime Minister on a number of occasions. Any dilution will not be OROP," said Major General Satbir Singh (retd), chairman of IESM. He also wants a white paper from the Centre on OROP, given that Narender Modi had pledged to implement the scheme in his first election rally at Rewari in September 2013 after he was declared BJP's prime ministerial candidate.

"If it is short of funds, the government should openly say so. We are even ready to accept bonds but give us our 100%," Gen Satbir said.

Brigadier Harwant Singh (retd), president of the all India Defence Brotherhood, said, "As soldiers, we never thought of performing 80% while guarding the nation. We are feeling dejected and restless because of the delay."

Brigadier Kiran Krishan (retd) of IESM said OROP was sanctioned on February 17, 2014. "Ten months have passed since. The BJP government enthusiastically promising to implement it had raised our hopes. But the party seems to be dragging its feet."

In its last budget in February, the UPA government had provisioned for Rs 500 crore for OROP. The BJP government had announced Rs 1,000 crore in its interim budget in July. However, army authorities estimate that Rs 5,000 crore would be required, whereas the accounts department of the defence ministry says Rs 9000 crore would be needed to implement OROP.

Out of 30-lakh ex-servicemen in the country, Punjab alone has around 3 lakh, Haryana has nearly 2.8 lakh, Himachal Pradesh (HP) has around two lakh. Around 10,000 retired ex-servicemen live in Chandigarh.

OROP implies uniform pension to personnel retiring on the same rank with the same length of service irrespective of their date of retirement.

Source: Times of India

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Basic Pay and DA after 50% DA Merger? – Gconnect

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WHAT WILL BE THE DIFFERENCE IN BASIC PAY AND DA AFTER 50% DA MERGER ?
An Estimation in respect of entry level pay in pay band applicable to Four Grade Pay which will fall in to each of four 6CPC revised Pay Scales PB-1, PB-2, PB-3, and PB-4

While all Central Government Employees across India are eagerly awaiting 50% DA Merger with Pay, we have attempted to estimate the difference in basic pay and DA after 50% DA Merger for entry level pay in pay band applicable to Four Cadres with Grade Pay Rs.2400, Rs. 4200, Rs.5400 and Rs. 8700/-

Basis for Estimating difference in Basic Pay and DA after 50% DA Merger

In 2004, when 50% DA Merger was made before implementation of 6th Pay Commission Report, applicable DA prior to DA merger was 61%. Then a new pay called Dearness Pay was created by taking 50% of basic pay and new DA @ 11% was calculated on basic pay and dearness pay as detailed below


Basic Pay (Rs) 
 DP
Total  BP 
DA@11% 
 6500
 3250
 9750
 1073

CALCULATION OF DIFFERENCE IN BASIC PAY AND DA FOR PROPOSED 50% DA MERGER

Note: 1. This is only an estimation. Order for DA merger is yet to be issued by Government. Applicability and actual benefit will be known only after issue of formal orders for 50% DA merger.

2. We have taken in to account only the pay in pay band and grade pay for additional benefit out of DA merger. The impact of DA merger can also be calculated in respect of HRA and TA.

3. As DA eligibility as on 01.01.2014 is 100%, we have estimated the DA after 50% DA merger as on 01.01.2014 as 50%. The actual DA granted by Government from 01.01.2014 will be known only after issue of DA orders with effect from 01.01.2014.

4. We have estimated difference in Basic Pay and DA in respect of entry level pay in pay band applicable to Four Grade Pays Viz., Rs.2400, Rs.4200, Rs. 5400 and Rs. 8700, which will fall in to 6CPC revised Pay Scales PB-1, PB-2, PB-3, and PB-4 respectively. Similarly, in respect of other grade pay in 6CPC revised pay scales also difference in Basic Pay and DA on account of 50% DA merger can be calculated

6CPC Pay Scale PB-1 Rs.5200-20200

Pay in Pay Band – Rs. 7440
Grade Pay -Rs. 2400
Total Basic Pay – Rs. 9840

 DA 100 %
Total BP + DA after Merger (Rs)
 9840
 19680

Total Pay After 50% DA Merger
Pay in Pay Band – Rs. 7440
Grade Pay – Rs. 2400
Dearness Pay (50% of pay in pay band and Grade Pay) – Rs. 4920
Total Basic Pay – Rs. 14760

 DA 50%
Total BP + DA after Merger (Rs) 
 7380
 22140

Additional Basic Pay and DA on account of DA Merger as on 01.01.2014 – Rs. 2460/-

6CPC Pay Scale PB-2 Rs. 9300-34800

Pay in Pay Band – Rs. 9300/-
Grade Pay – 4200/-
Total Basic Pay – Rs. 13500/-

DA 100 % 
 Total BP + DA before Merger (Rs)
 13500
 27000

Total Pay After 50% DA Merger
Pay in Pay Band – Rs. 9300/-
Grade Pay – Rs. 4200/-
Dearness Pay (50% of pay in pay band and Grade Pay) – Rs. 6750/-
Total Basic Pay – Rs. 20250/-

DA 50%  
 Total BP + DA after Merger (Rs)
 10125
 30375

Additional Basic Pay and DA on account of DA Merger as on 01.01.2014 – Rs. 3375/-

6CPC Pay Scale PB-3 Rs. 15600-39100

Pay in Pay Band – Rs. 15600/-
Grade Pay 5400
Total Basic Pay – Rs. 21000/-

 DA 100 %
Total BP + DA before Merger (Rs) 
 21000
 42000

Total Pay After 50% DA Merger
Pay in Pay Band – Rs. 15,600/-
Grade Pay – Rs. 5400/-
Dearness Pay (50% of pay in pay band and Grade Pay) – Rs. 10,500/-
Total Basic Pay – Rs. 31500

DA 50% 
Total BP + DA after Merger (Rs) 
 15750
 47250

Additional Basic Pay and DA on account of DA Merger as on 01.01.2014 – Rs. 5250/-

6CPC Pay Scale PB-4 Rs. 37400-67000

Pay in Pay Band – Rs. 37,400/-
Grade Pay Rs. 8700/-
Total Basic Pay – Rs. 46,100/-

DA 100 % 
 Total BP + DA before Merger (Rs)
 46100
 92200

Total Pay After 50% DA Merger
Pay in Pay Band – Rs. 37400/-
Grade Pay – Rs. 8700/-
Dearness Pay (50% of pay in pay band and Grade Pay) – Rs. 23,050/-
Total Basic Pay – Rs. 69,150/-

DA 50%  
Total BP + DA after Merger (Rs) 
 34575
 1,03,725


Additional Basic Pay and DA on account of DA Merger as on 01.01.2014 – Rs. 11,525/-


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Estimated 7th Pay Commission pay scales as on 01.01.2016-Gconnect.in

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ESTIMATED 7TH PAY COMMISSION PAY SCALES BASED ON THE METHODS ADOPTED IN 6CPC PAY REVISION – ESTIMATION OF 7TH CPC PAY IN PAY BAND AND GRADE PAY AS ON 01.01.2016.

Even as the 7th Pay Commission was constituted recently by Government for revision of Pay and allowances of Central Government Employees, Railway Employees and Defence Personnels, wide spread speculations on projected 7th Pay Commission pay scales are already going on. Blogs that provide Central Government Employees news and information have already started estimating possible 7th CPC pay scales based on different ideas.

GConnect.in was the first site that launched 6th Pay Commission Pay, Pension and arrears Calculator (Click here to check GConnect 6th CPC Pay and arrears Calculator) which received atmost popularity among Central Government Employees and CG Pensioners.

In respect of revised Pay and allowances of 7th Pay Commission also GConnect would come up with similar pay and pension calculators.

As a precursor, we thought of estimating 7th Pay Commission pay bands and grade pays based on the same methods adopted by Govt for determining 6th CPC revised pay Scales from the pre-revised (5th CPC) pay scales

Before estimation of 7th CPC Pay Scales let us have a look at the 6th CPC Pay Bands and Grade Pay Structure

6th CPC revised Pay Band, Grade Pay, Starting Pay in PB and Entry Pay
Pre RevisedPay ScalePB6 CPCPay BandGradePayStartingPayEntry PayNew Recruits
S-1, S-2PB-15200-20200180052007000
S-3PB-15200-2020018005360
S4PB-15200-2020018005530
S-5PB-15200-20200190058807730
S-6PB-15200-20200200060608460
S-7PB-15200-20200240074409910
S-8PB-15200-202002800837011360
S-9PB-29300-348004200930013500
S-10PB-29300-34800420010230
S-11PB-29300-34800420012090
S-12PB-29300-34800420012090
S-13PB-29300-3480046001386017140
S-14PB-29300-3480048001395018150
S-15PB-29300-34800540014880
NewPB-315600-3910054001560021000
S-16PB-315600-39100540016740
S-17PB-315600-39100540016740
S-18PB-315600-3910066001921025350
S-19PB-315600-39100660018600
S-20PB-315600-39100660019810
S-21PB-315600-3910076002232029500
S-22PB-315600-39100760023720
S-23PB-315600-39100760022320
S-24PB-437400-6700087003740046100
S-25PB-437400-67000870039690
S-26PB-437400-6700089003969049100
S-27PB-437400-67000890039690
S-28PB-437400-67000100003740053000
S-29PB-437400-670001000044700
S-30PB-437400-67000120005185059100
S-31HAG75500-80000
75500
S-32HAG75500-80000
75500
S-33Apex80000 (fixed)
S-34Apex90000 (fixed)

Multiplication Factor of 1.86 adopted to for revision of Pay on implementation of 6th CPC :

While implementing 6th Pay Commission Government decided to adopt a multiplication factor of 1.86 for most of the pre-revised pay Scales to determine the revised pay in band of an employee
The 6th CPC revised pay in pay band of an employee was determined by multiplying the pre-revised basic pay drawn as on 01.01.2006 with 1.86 ( Of course, some of the pre-revised pay scales at higher level was revised by multiplying a factor more than 1.86).
This multiplying factor 1.86 was arrived at by taking in to account following components of pre-revised pay received by an employee prior to 01.01.2006.
ComponentMultifplication Factor
Component A – Pre-revised Basic Pay1
Component B – Dearness Pay (50% of pre-revised Basic Pay)0.50
Component C – 24% Dearness Allowance on pre-revised basic pay and D.P prior to 01.01.20060.36 (24% on factors 1+0.5 taken for B.P and D.P)
Total Multiplication Factor1.86
Estimation of Multiplication Factor to determine 7th Pay Commission revised Pay Scales and initial pay in pay band for each pay band :

By Adopting the same method followed by the Government to decide 6th CPC multiplication factor, the following Multiplication Factor has been arrived at for determing 7th Pay Commission revised Pay Scales and initial pay in pay band for each pay band as on 01.01.2016
ComponentMultiplication Factor
Component A and B – Pay in pay band and Grade Pay as on 01.01.20161
Component C – 124 % Dearness Allowance on Pay in pay band and Grade Pay (** See the Note Below)1.24
Total Multiplication Factor2.24
** Note : DA as on 1st January 2014 is 100%. So DA as on 1st January 2016 has been conservatively estimated to be 124 % (6% increase for each 6 months period)

Estimation of 7th Pay Commission Grade Pay Structure

As we all know, there was no uniform correlation between Grade Pay and Pay in Pay band in the 6th CPC Pay Band Structure. So the ratio between the present grade pay and starting pay in the pay band of particular grade pay group was taken as the factor to estimate the 7th CPC grade pay.

For example Ratio of 6th CPC Grade pay of Rs. 8700 to starting pay (Rs.37400) in that grade pay group is 0.2327. This factor is multiplied with 7th CPC starting pay (Rs.83780) to get the equivalent 7th CPC grade pay of Rs.19500. Wherever this factor exceeded 0.35, the same was fixed as 0.35.

7th Pay Commission projected Pay Scale – Revised Pay Bands, Grade Pay, Starting Pay in PB and Entry Pay
Pre Revised
Pay Scale
PB
6 CPC
Pay bands
Grade
Pay
7th CPC
Pay Band
7th CPC
Grade Pay
@ Starting
Pay
@@
Entry Pay
S-1, S-2,15200-20200180011650-4525041001165015680
S-315200-20200180011650-45250410012010
S415200-20200180011650-45250410012390
S-515200-20200190011650-4525043001318017320
S-615200-20200200011650-4525045001358018960
S-715200-20200240011650-4525059001667022200
S-815200-20200280011650-4525061001875025500
S-929300-34800420020840-7796073002084030240
S-1029300-34800420020840-77960730022920
S-1129300-34800420020840-77960730027090
S-1229300-34800420020840-7796073002709030240
S-1329300-34800460020840-77960104003105038400
S-1429300-34800480020840-77960104003125040700
S-1529300-34800540020840-779601080033340
New315600-39100540034950-87590108003495047040
S-16315600-39100540034950-875901080037500
S-17315600-39100540034950-875901080037500
S-18315600-39100660034950-87590148004304056800
S-19315600-39100660034950-875901480041670
S-20315600-39100660034950-875901480044380
S-21315600-39100760034950-87590171005000066080
S-22315600-39100760034950-875901710053140
S-23315600-39100760034950-875901750050000
S-24437400-67000870083780-1500801950083780103270
S-25437400-67000870083780-1500801950088910
S-26437400-67000890083780-1500802000088910109990
S-27437400-67000890083780-1500802000088910
S-28437400-670001000083780-1500802250083780118720
S-29437400-670001000083780-15008022500100130
S-30437400-670001200083780-15008026900116150132390
@ Starting Pay is the 7th CPC starting pay in a pay band against a pre-revised Scale
@ Starting Pay is the 7th CPC starting pay in a pay band against a pre-revised Scale
@@ Entry Pay is the pay in pay band applicable to New Recruits.
The above table provides an idea on estimated 7th CPC Pay Band, Grade Pay and starting pay for each grade pay group. We have planned to launch an online tool to estimate 7th CPC pay in pay band and grade for a given 6th CPC pay in pay Band and grade pay. It will be released soon. Keep watching this site for this online tool.
Disclaimer: The above 7th CPC projected Pay bands, grade pay and starting pay are merely an estimation. The Actual 7th Pay Commission Pay Band, Grade Pay etc will be known only after implements the 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations. The pay structure given above may totally change based on various factors taken in to account by 7th Pay Commission to review the pay and allowances of Central Government Employees, Railway Employees and Defence personnels.
The following Government Orders relating to implementation of 6th Pay commission report have been referred to for the estimation of above mentioned 7th pay commission projected pay bands

Resolution on Govt decision on Sixth Pay Commission

CCS (Revised Pay) Rules 2008

6 cpc implementation- Fixation of pay and payment of arrears

Source:http://www.gconnect.in/orders-in-brief/7thcpc/estimated-7th-pay-commission-pay-scales-01-01-2016.html

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