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7th Pay Commission: Pay hike cleared for government employees of this state

Jan 15, 2019, 16:57 PM IST
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7th Pay Commission: Lok Sabha elections 2019 are just around the corner and the central and state governments are in a hurry to keep their government employees happy. On one hand, the Centre has made changes in NPS withdrawal rules to make it more employee friendly, and on the other hand, state governments are clearing the long pending pay related demands to keep the employees happy ahead of state and Lok Sabha polls. Latest to join the club is Uttarakhand. 

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7th Pay Commission: Rs 101 crore for employees

7th Pay Commission: Rs 101 crore for employees

7th Pay Commission: As per a report in Times of India, the BJP-ruled state has approved the long-pending proposal to pay the arrears to the state employees. The government has also revised the allowances paid under the 7th Pay Commission. The new changes would cost an additional Rs 101 crore to the Uttarakhand government. The move will benefit around 1,50,000 state government employees. (PTI)

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7th Pay Commission: Arrears

7th Pay Commission: Arrears

7th Pay Commission: The state government has approved the payment of arrears of last six months - July 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016 - under the seventh pay commission. (Agencies)

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7th Pay Commission: HRA

7th Pay Commission: HRA

7th Pay Commission: CM Trivendra Singh Rawat has also revised the allowances paid to the employees under the 7th Pay Commission.  The report said that the house rent allowance for B-2 cities has been raised to a minimum of Rs 2,500 and maximum of Rs 12,000 from earlier Rs 1,375 and Rs 9,000 respectively. The HRA for C category cities has been increased to a minimum of Rs 2,100 and a maximum of Rs 8,000 from earlier Rs 900 and Rs 6,000 respectively. For uncategorised areas, the minimum HRA has been set at Rs 1,800 and the maximum has been set at 7,000 from earlier Rs 720 and Rs 4,800 respectively. (PTI)

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7th Pay Commission: Dearness Allowance

7th Pay Commission: Dearness Allowance

7th Pay Commission: Earlier, the Uttarakhand government had increased the dearness allowance to 9 per cent from 7 per cent in line with the Central government. Now, with the revised allowances, the state government has put more money into the hands of its employees. (PTI)

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7th Pay Commission: Fitment factor hike for Central staffers

7th Pay Commission: Fitment factor hike for Central staffers

7th Pay Commission: Speculations are rife that the Centre may go for a hike in the fitment factor putting more money into the hands of the central government employees. The central staffers have been getting pay by the fitment factor of 2.57 time. However, they have been demanding a pay hike by the fitment factor of 3.68 times. (Reuters)

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