7th Pay Commission: Budget 2020 is coming; Two big news may come for central government employees
7th Pay Commission: As the Budget 2020 (#BUDGET2020ZEE) is fast approaching, the central government employees are eagerly waiting for two big announcements from the central government.
7th Pay Commission: As the Budget 2020 (#BUDGET2020ZEE) is fast approaching, the central government employees are eagerly waiting for two big announcements from the central government. The central government is expecting two big salary hike announcements for the central government employees around the Budget 2020. First and foremost is to increase the minimum wages under the 7th CPC from Rs 18,000 to Rs 26,000 and second is DA announcement for H1-2020.
Nirmala Sitharaman taking a call on Feb 1
Salary revision on cards
7th Pay Commission: The Central Government employees are expecting the minimum wage hike demand to be met on 1st February 2020 by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. In a series of salary revision, the Narendra Modi Government may increase the minimum salary as recommended under the 7th CPC and modify the fitment factor of the central government employees in Budget 2020. The central government employees have been long demanding the minimum salary to be increased from Rs 18,000 to Rs 26,000. Photo: Reuters
Big DA announcement
7th Pay Commission: Second, is the announcement of the 4 per cent Dearness Allowance (DA) for H1-2020. According to experts, if the 4 per cent DA hike is announced, the central government employees will get a monthly salary hike from Rs 720 to Rs 10,000 depending upon the Level and Pay Matrix of the employee. Photo: Reuters
Time for DA announcement
DA rule book
7th Pay Commission: According to the DA hike rules, Centre announced DA hike for the central government employees twice in a year. It is given on a half-yearly basis by dividing the entire year in two parts — January to June and July to December. Since the new year has come, central government employees are waiting for the DA announcement for H1-2020. Photo: Reuters