7th Pay Commission: Find out your salary according to Pay matrix for PSU employees
Ministry of Personnel in a notification said that post 7th Pay Commission implementation, the grade pays have been replaced by pay matrix for PSU employees.
More changes for PSU employees under 7th Pay Commission as the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has issued guidelines for fixation of pay of employees working in Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs).
DoPT has said that the system of running Pay Bands and Grade Pays has been replaced by a pay matrix.
It said, "In case of candidates working in Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), Universities, Semi-Government Institutions or Autonomous Bodies, who are appointed to a post as direct recruits on or after 01.01.2016 on selection through interview by a properly constituted agency including Departmental Authorities making recruitment directly, their initial basic pay shall be fixed at a stage in the Level of the post so that the pay and Dearness Allowance as admissible in the Government, protects the pay and Dearness Allowance drawn in the PSU etc."
If there is no such stage in the post, the pay will be fixed at the stage next below that pay. If the maximum pay in the Level applicable to the post in which the person is appointed is less than such pay arrived at, his initial basic pay will be fixed at such maximum pay of the post, the Ministry said.
Similarly, if the minimum pay in the Level applicable to the post in which such person is appointed is more than such pay arrived at, his initial basic pay shall be fixed at such minimum pay of the post. The pay fixed under this formulation will not exceed the highest cell value applicable for the Level of the post in the pay matrix, to which he is appointed, it added.
On June 28, Union Cabinet had approved the recommendation under 7th Pay Commission with 34 modifications.
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