7th Pay Commission: Central government employees alert! Here is how 7th CPC fitment factor will change your monthly salary from this date
7th Pay Commission latest news: The Center has frozen Dearness Allowance (DA) of central government employees and Dearness Relief (DR) benefit of the central government pensioners till June 2021.
7th Pay Commission latest news: The Center has frozen Dearness Allowance (DA) of central government employees and Dearness Relief (DR) benefit of the central government pensioners till June 2021. Since June 2021 is round the corner, central government servants (CGS) are eagerly waiting for the DA restoration as it would get their DA jump from existing 17 per cent to at least 28 per cent. But, do you know with this rise in DA, how much your monthly salary will rise?
7th CPC: Fitment factor impact on CGS monthly salary
The monthly salary of a central government employee under Seventh Pay Commission is calculated by multiplying one's basic salary by the 7th Pay Commission fitment factor, which is 2.57. If a central government employee's basic salary is Rs 18,000 per month, in that case, the central government servants monthly salary will be Rs 46,260 plus various allowances like Dearness Allowance (DA), Travel Allowance (TA), House Rent Allowance, etc. Photo: Reuters
7th Pay Commission: Provident Fund contribution
As per the 7th CPC rule, one's monthly contribution in one's PF account and gratuity contribution is also decided by the basic salary of the central government employee and the percentage of DA applied. For example, currently central government employees' DA is 17 per cent. In that case, if a central government servant's basic salary is Rs 18,000 then its monthly PF contribution will be 12 per cent of 117 per cent of Rs 18,000 i.e. Rs 2,527.20. Photo: Reuters
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7th CPC: Pension
As DR benefit for pensioners is directly connected with the DA applicable to the central government employees. The DR benefit is going to bring cheer on the face of around 60 lakh retired pensioners of the central government employees as their DR benefit is expected to get restored from July 2021. Photo: Pixabay