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Indian people are always proud of being a central government employee!
The allure of government jobs in India is consistently strong, with approximately 90 percent of the country’s youth seeking employment expressing a preference for positions within the central or state government. There are several factors that contribute to the attractiveness of government jobs, including the incorporation of up-to-date news, crucial announcements regarding dearness allowance, and the implementation of the latest orders based on recommendations from the 7th Pay Commission.
Central Government Employees (CGE) News Latest Today
The remuneration of Central Government Employees (CGE) remains consistent, with a standard 8-hour workday. Additionally, there are two increments in dearness allowance per year, an annual increment, and a guaranteed promotion every three years. Other benefits include house rent assistance, transport allowance, education allowance for two children, offers for travel to hometowns and tourist destinations, free medical facilities, one week off and 17 holidays, 30 days of annual leave, salary revision once every 5 or 10 years, bonuses, and retirement benefits. It is important to note that government pensions are no longer available after 2004.
These advantages are among the reasons why many Indian youths aspire to become government employees. For Central Government employees, the calculation procedure for increments after the 7th pay commission has been revised. The new format is based on the pay matrix and has been provided with examples for Railway employees and Armed Forces Defence Personnel. You can click the link to view the details of this new calculation method. [Click to view in detail]
90 Paisa New YouTube Channel
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Fresh News for Central Government Employees
- Total Number of Central Government Employees = 32,86,093 as on March 2016
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- Dopt orders 2019
- 90 Paisa Central Government Employees Latest News
The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) regularly releases directives for central government employees regarding a range of service-related issues, including the CCS (Revised Pay) Rules, MACP, LTC, CGHS, and the retirement age of 62 years. Additionally, this website provides timely updates and official notifications on the latest developments pertaining to the 7th Pay Commission. Central Government Employees Rules Book – Swamy Book
More than 30 lakh employees working in various Ministries and Departments of Central Government
There are over 3 million individuals employed across a range of Ministries and Departments within the Central Government. Our attention extends beyond Central Government employees to include Central Civil pensioners and their families, Armed Forces Defence Personnel and pensioners (Ex-Servicemen), CPSE Employees, GDS Employees, and Bank Staff. Our primary focus involves providing clarification, amendments, and announcements pertaining to pay, pension, and allowances. This commitment to delivering up-to-date information is not limited to a single day but is an ongoing effort. We consistently provide the latest news and announcements on matters such as Dearness Allowance (DA) and Modified Assured Career Progression (MACP) for Central Government Employees.
Swamy News for Central Government Employees
Swamy Publishers is a renowned publisher of books that cater to the needs of Central Government Staff and Officers, providing comprehensive information on Service Matters and Rules. A significant number of Central Government employees have been long-term subscribers to Swamy’s news, a monthly handbook that offers valuable insights into current affairs. [Click to read full story]
The topic of increasing the retirement age has generated considerable discussion among Central Government employees, particularly those belonging to the age group of 50 to 59 years. However, it is important to note that the Central Government has repeatedly clarified that there is no proposal to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62.
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