SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION

11 Jun

SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION

1. The Finance Commission, in its 13th Report to the Parliament, has advised that as part of measures to contain fiscal deficit, the Government of India must process, accept and implement the Central Pay Commission recommendations in time to avoid paying huge arrears, which causes burden on the exchequer. The Government in principal, has accepted the recommendation of the Finance Commission for implementation of VII Central Pay Commission Report w.e.f 01 Jan 16.

2. Considering the fact that the Seventh Central Pay Commission would take about a year to formulate and recommend proposals to the Government and that the Government would in-turn take another 6-8 months to implement Central Pay Commission recommendations, the Government is likely to consider issuance of formal order shortly.

3. Further, the Armed Forces proposals, during the V and VI Central Pay Commissions, have been submitted to the Central Pay Commissions in the form of Joint Services Memorandums (JSM). The JSMs were based on extensive deliberation among the three services, prepared after a careful analysis of inputs and views received from various units and field formations of the three services. The leitmotif of the JSM was to put in perspective, provision of adequate compensation for the risks and hazards to which they are exposed to while performing duties.

4. The above issues have a lead time involved in processing, preparing and finally submitting the JSM to the VII Pay Commission. Therefore, to commence preparatory work for formulation of the proposals for deliberation, processing and submission, the Seventh Pay Commission Cell (Navy) has been constituted at IHQ, MoD(Navy).

5. In view of the foregoing, proposals along with detailed justification regarding the following are requested:-

(a) Proposals regarding pay structure/ pay bands.
(b) Proposals in regard to allowances and admissibility conditions
(c) Proposals on Pensionary/ Terminal benefits.
(d) Proposals on service conditions.
(e) Proposals on introduction of new allowance(s) alongwith detailed justification.
(f) Any new proposals/ points

6. It is requested that comments/ views/proposals if any, may please be forwarded to us via e-mail at desa.navy@gmail.com at the earliest.

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5 Responses to “SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION”

  1. man singh August 2, 2013 at 6:47 PM #

    thank to share valuable information.

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  2. Balaji July 28, 2013 at 11:02 AM #

    Very informative site.
    Thank u

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  3. malik July 26, 2013 at 7:37 AM #

    do some thing for defence in 7th pay commission.

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  4. ashokcarrol July 10, 2013 at 9:15 AM #

    DEAR SIR ,
    GOOD DAY .

    IWISH TO DRAW THE VAST DIFFERENCE IN PENSION OF A LTCDR AND CDR TIME SCALE . IRETIRED WITH 20YRS 2MONTHS SERVICE ON 31 OCT 1999. W.E.F FROM DEC 1999 OFFICERS WITH 20YRS SERVICE WERE PROMOTED CDR TS AND SUBSEQUENTLY GIVEN A PENSION OF OVER 25000 WHILST MINE WAS ONLY 14 ,150 WHICH IS NOW AFTER ANOMLIEES COMMITTE INCREASED TO 15447/00
    COULD THE MATTER BE TAKEN UP DURING THE PAY COMMISSION SO THAT OFFICERS LIKE ME ARE ALSO BENEFITTED .

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  5. Satyendra kumar singh June 12, 2013 at 3:46 AM #

    Sir,
    i request to know if there is one rank one pay has been done then why in navy there is discrimination in settlement of basic pay in all the branches why it is said to compare your basic with only same branch and same rank if also your basic is lesser than your junior in other branch

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