7th Pay Commission Annual Increment (January and July) Anomaly Calculator
Annual increment is granted to all Central Govt employees including Railways equal to 3 per cent of basic salary every year on 1st January or 1st July. There is no separate calculation method or formula for annual increment in 7th CPC for Central Government employees. The pay matrix table itself has designed with increment hierarchy for all pay levels. Click to view the pay increment chart as per 7th CPC for pay level 1 to level 18.
7 CPC Increment Table Calculation | 7th Pay Commission Salary Increase Calculator
During the 6th Central Pay Commission, the method of calculating increments was quite complex, but the actual amount received was either equal to or greater than 3% of the basic salary. However, with the implementation of the 7th Central Pay Commission, the increment amount is not always equivalent to 3% of the basic salary, which has resulted in an anomaly. This issue has been brought to light by various federations representing Central Government employees, demanding a resolution to this matter.
Our innovative web-based application can effortlessly verify whether your salary increase is precisely 3% or not. [Click the below image and calcualte]
Also check: Expected DA from July 2020 Calculator
Annual Increment Rules for Central Government PDF Download – Click Here
What says FR & SR Rules regarding increment..!
As a matter of course every year on the 1st of July, employees receive an annual increase in pay, also known as an increment. However, there may be circumstances in which this increment is withheld as a statutory punishment. Despite this possibility, the increment serves as a significant motivator for many employees, as it rewards their hard work and dedication to the company.
In the case of a Government employee who is on leave or availing joining time on the 1st of July, it is important to note that the increased pay will not be effective from the first of July, but only from the date on which the employee resumes duty. This ensures that the employee is not unfairly compensated for a period during which they were not actively working. It’s important for both the employee and the employer to be aware of this policy to avoid any confusion or misunderstandings.…[Click to read continue]
Civilian Pay Matrix Table
- 7th CPC Pay Matrix Chart for Level 1 to 5 (GP 1800 to 2800)
- 7th CPC Pay Matrix Chart for Level 6 to 9 (GP 4200 to 5400)
- 7th CPC Pay Matrix Chart for Level 10 to 12 (GP 5400 to 7600)
- 7th CPC Pay Matrix Chart for Level 13 to 14 (GP 8700 to 10000)
- 7th CPC Pay Matrix Chart for Level 15 to 18 (HAG Scales)
Also see: 7th Pay Commission Salary Calculator Updated Oct 2019
Defence Pay Matrix Table
- Pay Matrix Table for Defence Personnel
- Defence Pay Matrix Table for Level 3 to 5
- Defence Pay Matrix Table for Level 5A To 9
- Defence Pay Matrix Table for Level 10 to 11
- Defence Pay Matrix Table for Level 12A to 14
- Defence Pay Matrix Table for Level 15 to 18
What does this calculator do?
This calculator helps you to calculate your salary increment after the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission.
What is the 7th Pay Commission?
The 7th Pay Commission is an Indian commission set up in 2014 by the Indian Government, which recommends changes to the structure of salaries, allowances and other benefits for all central government employees.
How does the calculator work?
The calculator uses your current salary and the 7th Pay Commission guidelines to determine your salary increment.
Is the calculator accurate?
The calculator is based on the 7th Pay Commission guidelines, and is considered to be accurate.