Utilize the Online Calculator to Verify Your MACP Pay Fixation!
If you are an employee of the Central Government and wish to ascertain the pay fixation during promotion or MACP, kindly continue reading this article for a comprehensive understanding.
This article serves as a knowledge base on pay fixation for employees in Central Government Services. However, it is essential to refer to the relevant orders for further details. Specifically, pay attention to the provisions of Rule 10 in the notification issued by the Finance Ministry on November 28th, 2019.
MACP entails a financial upgrade for employees who have served continuously in the same grade for 10 years without receiving a promotion. This provision offers significant relief to employees who have been working in the same grade for an extended period without any promotions.
How to use the MACP calculator?
The process is straightforward. Firstly, select your pay matrix level and current basic salary. Next, choose your promotional pay level and select the pay fixation option based on either the promotion date or the increment date. Finally, indicate the Date of Next Increment (DNI), whether it falls on January 1st or July 1st. That’s it. Click on the Calculate button!
The tool will promptly display the results for you. Scroll down the page to view the first segment containing pay fixation details:
1. Existing Pay Level
2. Existing Basic Salary
3. Promotional Pay Level
4. Addition of One Increment
5. Pay Fixed in Upgraded Pay Level
In the second segment, the pay matrix tables corresponding to your selected pay level will be displayed, with the basic salary highlighted.
1. Current Basic Salary
2. Addition of One Increment
3. Upgraded Basic Pay in the Upgraded Pay Level
The methodology for MACP pay fixation has been recommended by the 7th Central Pay Commission and implemented by the Government of India for its employees.
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