7th Pay Commission: Salary, Pension to DA - 5 latest good developments for employees

ZeeBiz WebTeam | Aug 10, 2019, 04:07 PM IST

7th Pay Commission Latest News Today 2019: News related to 7th pay Commission recommendations continue to be reported from across the country. While some are good, some end up disappointing employees. Here's a look at five latest developments related to 7th Pay Commission salary and allowances. 

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7th Pay Commission Latest News: These government employees may get new benefit

7th Pay Commission Latest News: These government employees may get new benefit

7th Pay Commission Latest News: Government employees working at the workshops and production units are soon going to receive a major gift in terms of hike in their allowance. Sources have revealed to Zee Business Online that Modi 2.0 Government is mulling, under the 7th Pay Commission's recommendations, to pay an hourly bonus to the central employees employed at the Indian Railways workshops and production units. As per the sources, the Indian government would soon announce its decision in this regard. 

It was revealed that the Indian Railways employees and administration had a meeting in regard to 7th Pay Commission's hourly bonus and allowances and that this took place in May 2019. And there was a conclusive decision to implement the 7th Pay Commission's hourly bonus and other allowances to the above said Railways employees. But, a notification in this regard is yet to be announced and the railway employees are eagerly waiting for this notification.

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7th Pay Commission Latest News: Your school can't make this excuse

7th Pay Commission Latest News: Your school can't make this excuse

7th Pay Commission Latest News: Private schools can't claim lack of funds as the reason for not providing salary and allowances to teachers as per the 7th Pay Commission recommendations. Making such an excuse may even prove costly for such schools, as per a latest Delhi High Court order. The court may even order a probe into accounts of such schools. Image: Agencies

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7th Pay Commission Latest News: These government employees get Rs 5,000 monthly increment

7th Pay Commission Latest News: These government employees get Rs 5,000 monthly increment

7th Pay Commission Latest News: Big news for these central government employees has been announced! They will get a big pay hike as well as promotions. The monthly increment is Rs 5,000! Employees house rent allowance, as well as dearness allowance too, have been hiked. Yes, you read it that right! The central government has decided to increase the salary of the employees working in the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS). KVS Personnel Department has also issued the order to increase the grade pay scale of these employees. According to the order, the grade pay of these employees has been increased from Rs 4,200 to Rs 4,600 and they have been promoted from level 6 to level 7. Due to this, their salary has increased by about Rs 5,000 monthly. Image: agencies

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7th Pay Commission Latest News: Special relief for pensioners announced

 7th Pay Commission Latest News: Special relief for pensioners announced

7th Pay Commission Latest News: The Northern Railway has decided to organise a pension court in its five boards, to solve the problems of pensioners through pension courts on the spot. 

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7th Pay Commission Latest News: Big Dussehra GIFT!

 7th Pay Commission Latest News: Big Dussehra GIFT!

7th Pay Commission Latest News: After implementing recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission for the state municipal corporation, municipal council and Nagar Panchayat employees and pensioners last month, the Maharashtra government has decided to give DA (Dearness Allowance) to the state government employees. The DA is given by the central and state government to pare the rise in inflation and adjust government employee's salary with the Consumer Price Index (CPI). This move of the Devendra Fadnavis government in the state is seen as a big bonus to around 4 lakh government employees and pensioners ahead of the Dussehra festival. Image: Reuters

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