7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table for Central Government Employees
One of the key recommendations in the report of the 7th Central Pay Commission for Central Government employees and pensioners is the 7th Pay Matrix Table.
A simple pre-calculated number table is followed by the entire group of Central Government employees and pensioners.
Basic salary Fixation, Increment Calculation, Pay Fixation on Promotion or MACP, and Pension Fixation are made simple with this simple chart.
A single number grid table plays all the rolls for the frontline employee to a higher officer.
Here you can check the Basic salary and the increment list of all pay levels with a simple form:
7th CPC Pay Matrix Table Level 1 to 5
The hierarchy stages are given as index 1 to 40 (vertical line) and the levels are given as numbers from 1 and 2, 2 and 3, 3 and 4, 4 and 5 (Horizontal line) for your convenience. [Click to read more]
7th CPC Pay Matrix Table Level 6 to 9
In earlier, pay commissions were recommended a bunch of fitment tables for fixing the pay at the time of implementation as per the recommendations. It was very challenging work to convert the existing pay to revised pay. But, the 7th pay commission presented a ready reckoner table to fix revised pay from pre revised pay for all types of Central Government employees. It was named as “Pay Matrix Table”. [Click to read more]
7th CPC Pay Matrix Table Level 10 to 12
The simple number table was recommended by the 7th pay commission for all groups of Central Government staff and officers and the same was implemented from 1.1.2016. [Click to read more]
Government of India decided to modify the pay matrix table in a particular pay level of 13. We have given a two tables of pay matrix revised and pre-revised for your information. [Know more detail]
7th CPC Pay Matrix Table for Pay Level 15 to Pay Level 18 (HAG Scale)
The new pay matrix incorporates all these features: subsuming the grade pay, the rationalized matrix represents the whole universe of pay levels in one simple chart. [Click to read more]