7th Pay Commission Pay Scale Calculator for Central Government Employees
We are proud to introduce the first Basic Salary Calculator in India! Our online tool, which allows individual Central Government employees to calculate their revised or new salary and allowances based on the 7th Pay Commission recommendations, has been welcomed by more than one crore users.
They appreciate its accuracy and convenience. For added convenience, we also offer a 7th Pay Commission Salary Calculator download for Central Government Employees as well as a 7th Pay Commission Calculator online for free. Furthermore, you can find the associated 7th Pay Commission pay scales with pay matrix table.
The 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) submitted its report to the Finance Minister on 19th November 2015. Since then, the Pay Matrix Table has become a topic of discussion amongst all Central Government employees and Pensioners. According to the 7th CPC Report, a total of 33,01,536 CG employees were in service as of 1.1.2014, including 91,501 Group ‘A’ Officers, 2,80,892 Group ‘B’ Officers and 29,29,143 Group ‘C’ employees.
The 7th CPC recommended a new pay fixation method which differs greatly from that of the 6th CPC and further proposed a 2.57 fitment factor applicable to all CG employees. Instead of a salary slab system, the commission suggested a new Pay Matrix System. Pay and arrears related revisions have been effective since 1.1.2016.
To calculate the 7th CPC revised pay scale, please follow the instructions below as recommended by the 7th Pay Commission. First, determine your basic pay (including grade pay) as of 31.12.2015. After that, multiply your basic pay by a fitment factor of 2.57 and round it off to the nearest rupee. Then, refer to the Matrix Pay Table and select the Level corresponding to your Grade Pay. Lastly, select either the same pay or the next higher pay in the corresponding Matrix Level. To use this calculator, choose your Pay Band and Grade Pay, enter your Basic Pay (as of 31.12.2015 including Grade Pay), and if you are eligible, select NPA. After that, just click the ‘Calculate’ button and the calculator will display your revised basic pay calculation detail as of 1.1.2016 with the pay matrix table.
Disclaimer: This 7th CPC Pay calculator provides approximate figures based upon the 7th Central Pay Commission Gazette Notification and the data inputted by the reader. For exact information, please refer to the CCS Revised Pay Rules 2016.
|Pay Scale Calculator Type||Conversion from 6th CPC to 7th CPC|
|Pay Scale Calculator Beneficiaries||Central Government Employees|
|Pay Scale Calculator Introduced||August 2016|
|Pay Scale Calculator Updated||December 2017|
|Pay Scale Calculator Inputs||Pay band, Basic pay, Grade Pay, and NPA|
|Pay Scale Calculator Results||Basic pay conversion as per 7th CPC|
|Pay Scale Calculator Method||Prescribed in the 7th Pay Commission Report|
|Pay Scale Calculator Feature||Basic pay indication in 7th CPC Pay Matrix Table|
|Software Language||HTML, Java, and PHP|
|Developed by||TEUT Digital Concepts|
The Department of Expenditure (Ministry of Finance) was notified on 23rd April 2020 regarding the freezing of the Dearness allowance for 18 months from January 2020 to June 2021 to all Central Government employees and pensioners.
Check Your Latest Expected Salary Package after the announcement of the Dearness Allowance with 38% of DA + Revised HRA and TA Rates.
When the rate of HRA will increase?
The rate of House Rent Allowance for Central Government employees was increased in July 2021 after the Dearness Allowance crossed the mark of 25%. Now, the HRA will be revised after the DA will cross the mark of 50%.
Will there be an 8th Pay Commission?
Certainly, why not? Central Government is the only decision authority on this issue.
How can I fix my salary in the 7th Pay Commission?
Your salary should be fixed on the methodology approved by the Central Govt as per the recommendations of the 7th pay commission. 2.57 is the common fitment factor for all groups of Central Govt employees. Your basic salary as of 31.12.2015 with multiply 2.57 and the figure will match the pay matrix of your entitled pay level.
Also Check: Central Government Pay Matrix Table 2022 PDF