New and Updated 7th Pay Commission Pay Scale Structure for Central Government Employees – Updated on 19.11.2019
The whole 7th CPC pay scale structure for Central Govt employees and officers has categorized as three segments as follows…
- Pay Scale Table for Group A Officers
- Pay Scale Table for Group B Officers
- Pay Scale Table for Group C Employees
Within the above classification of three pay scale, the entire strength of Central Government employees (more than 33 lakh employees including Officers) are included.
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Pay Scale Table for Group A Officers
As per the Classification of Posts in Central Government Services, Group A officers categorized from pay matrix level 10 to 18 after implementation of 7th pay commission.
- Pay Matrix Level 10 [PB-3 (15600-39100) Grade Pay 5400]
Starting pay scale Rs. 56,100 and the maximum is Rs. 1,77,500
- Pay Matrix Level 11 [PB-3 (15600-39100) Grade Pay 6600]
Starting pay scale Rs. 67,700 and the maximum is Rs. 2,08,700
- Pay Matrix Level 12 [PB-3 (15600-39100) Grade Pay 7600]
Starting pay scale Rs. 78,800 and the maximum is Rs. 2,09,200
- Pay Matrix Level 13 [PB-4 (37400-67000) Grade Pay 8700]
Starting pay scale Rs. 1,23,100 and the maximum is Rs. 2,15,900
- Pay Matrix Level 13A [PB-4 (37400-67000) Grade Pay 8900]
Starting pay scale Rs. 1,31,100 and the maximum is Rs. 2,16,600
- Pay Matrix Level 14 [PB-4 (37400-67000) Grade Pay 10000]
Starting pay scale Rs. 1,44,200 and the maximum is Rs. 2,18,200
- Pay Matrix Level 15 [HAG Scale 67000-79000]
HAG scale Rs.1,82,200, Rs. 1,87,700, Rs. 1,93,300, Rs. 1,99,100, Rs. 2,05,100, Rs. 2,11,300, Rs. 2,17,600 and Rs. 2,24,100
- Pay Matrix Level 16 [HAG Scale 75500-80000]
HAG scale Rs.2,05,400, Rs.2,11,600, Rs.2,17,900 and Rs.2,24,400,
- Pay Matrix Level 17 [HAG Scale 80000 Fixed]
Higher officials apex pay scale Rs. 2,25,000
- Pay Matrix Level 18 [HAG Scale 90000 Fixed]
Higher officials pay scale for Cabinet Secretary Rs. 2,50,000
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Pay Scale Table for Group B Officers
According to the Government orders, the Group B Officers in Central Govt Services are classified after 7th pay commission from pay level 6 to 9.
- Pay Matrix Level 6 [PB-2 (9300-34800) Grade Pay 4200]
Starting pay scale Rs. 35,400 and the maximum is Rs. 1,12,400
- Pay Matrix Level 7 [PB-2 (9300-34800) Grade Pay 4600]
Starting pay scale Rs. 44,900 and the maximum is Rs. 1,42,400
- Pay Matrix Level 8 [PB-2 (9300-34800) Grade Pay 4800]
Starting pay scale Rs. 47,600 and the maximum is Rs. 1,51,100
- Pay Matrix Level 9 [PB-2 (9300-34800) Grade Pay 5400]
Starting pay scale Rs. 53,100 and the maximum is Rs. 1,67,800
Pay Scale Table for Group C Employees
Accordance with the decisions on the classification of posts of CG employees after the 7th pay commission is given below in detail…
- Pay Matrix Level 1 [PB-1 (5200-20200) Grade Pay 1800]
Starting pay scale Rs. 18,000 and the maximum is Rs. 56,900
- Pay Matrix Level 2 [PB-1 (5200-20200) Grade Pay 1900]
Starting pay scale Rs. 19,900 and the maximum is Rs. 63,200
- Pay Matrix Level 3 [PB-1 (5200-20200) Grade Pay 2000]
Starting pay scale Rs. 21,700 and the maximum is Rs. 69,100
- Pay Matrix Level 4 [PB-1 (5200-20200) Grade Pay 2400]
Starting pay scale Rs. 25,500 and the maximum is Rs. 81,100
- Pay Matrix Level 5 [PB-1 (5200-20200) Grade Pay 2800]
Starting pay scale Rs. 29,200 and the maximum is Rs. 92,300
Pay Scale for Professors and Teachers in Universities and Colleges
In line with the UGC order, the newly revised pay scale for the professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor steps are given below…
- Assistant Professor (Rs.6000 AGP in PB 15,600- 39,100)
Academic Level 10 with rationalized entry pay of Rs. 57,700
- Assistant Professor (Rs.7000 AGP in PB 15,600- 39,100)
Academic Level 11 with rationalized entry pay of Rs. 68,900
- Assistant Professor (Rs.8000 AGP in PB 15,600- 39,100)
Academic Level 12 with rationalized entry pay of Rs. 79,800
- Associate Professor (Rs.9000 AGP in PB 37,400- 67,000)
Academic Level 13A with rationalized entry pay of Rs. 1 ,31,400
- Professor (Rs.10000 AGP in PB 37,400-67,000)
Academic Level 14 with rationalized entry pay of Rs. 1,44,200
- Professor (HAG Scale/ PB of 67,000-79,000)
Academic Level 15 with rationalized entry pay of Rs. 1,82,200
7th Pay Commission New Pay Scale of PBORs of Armed Forces
Pay Matrix Scale with MSP and X-Group Pay (Sepoy, Naik, Havildar, Nb Sub, Subedar and Sub Major)
Pay Scale for PBOR of Army, Navy and Air Force
7th pay commission Army Pay Scale is slightly different from the pay scale of Central Government employees. The matrix pay level and defence allowances also different from other Government employees.
Implementation of 7th Pay Commission for Central Govt Employees with effect from 1.1.2016. The 7th Pay Commission pay hike for Central Govt employees and pensioners after releasing the notification. 7th Pay Commission recommended the standard salary slab converted to pay matrix table. 7th CPC Revised pay matrix table download pdf option given for future reference. We provide 7th Pay Commission Latest News for Pensioners also.
We started this website on 8th October 2013 and our first post with the title of “Central Government has approved 7th Central Pay Commission”. We are updating only about the 7th Pay Commission and our service still continued on the same path…!
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Key Recommendations of 7th CPC on Very Important Service Matters
Fitment Factor for CG Employees: Uniform Fitment factor of 2.57 is being proposed to be applied uniformly for all employees. It includes a factor of 2.25 on account of DA neutralisation, assuming that the rate of Dearness Allowance would be 125 percent at the time of implementation of the new pay – Click to read more
Generally, pay commission recommendations are not only for existing employees but also for retired employees. 7th pay commission has directed two types of proposals to fix the pension for the pensioners who retired before January 2016 – Click to read more
There is no problem to calculate pension and other retirement benefits for 7th CPC pensioners i.e., retired after (1.1.2016) implementation of 7th CPC. Pensioners retired in 6th CPC regime is also easy to calculate basic pension and family pension – Click to read more
Presently, all employees on completion of 30 years qualifying service can take voluntary retirement by giving 3 months’ notice. Group A & B Officers who had entered service before the age of 35 years have the right to retire after attaining the age of 50 years by giving a similar notice – Click to read more
How to calculate DA?
DA calculation is very simple. But, we need the CPI for six months for additional DA from January to June and July to December – Click to view more
Pay fixation procedure, Option rules, Date of next increment. 12 and 24 ACP and 10, 20 and 30 MACP: Promotional plans for the employees who are not getting promotion long period in Central Government Services – Click to read more
The great first step for the allowance started from the Second CPC. The 2nd Central Pay Commission had recommended the educational assistance scheme for Central Government employees, called “Reimbursement of Tuition Fee“ – Click to read more
What is Transport Allowance in Central Govt Services?
Transport allowance is given to all employees working in Central Govt services for the expenditure on travel from residence to office and back. Employees are using the various mode of travel to come to the workplace and return – Click to read more
The 7th Pay Commission has recommended on the rate of annual increment is being retained at 3 percent. Annual increment every year – Promotion increment occasionally: Two types of increments are granting to CG Employees – Click to read more
HRA is a compensation for expenses in connection with the rent of the residential accommodation to be hired/leased by the employee and is graded based on the level of the employee” – Click to read more
Apart from pay and perks, the Central Government employees are grating free journey to Home Town and visit selected place in India once in four years – Click to read more
The report of the 7th Pay Commission contained not only the recommendations also the explanation and analysis. In the subject of Leave and Holidays, the report has analyzed in depth of every corner – Click to read more
“Travelling Allowance: This allowance is in the nature of travel entitlements for different ranks of government employees – Click to read more
A new Matrix allowance structure introduced for Defence Personnel – Click to read more
What is the Fitment Factor?
Fitment factor is a number used for calculating from pre-revised pay to revised pay. It is common for all group of employees – Click to read more
What is the Central Pay Commission?
Revision of existing pay scale, allowances of employees working in Central Government including Railways and Defence Forces. And also revision of pension and retirement benefits of civil and defence pensioners.
Central Government constitutes a nominated body to analyze and recommend according to the terms of reference on the revision of pay scales and pension once in ten years.
A short story of 7th Central Pay Commission
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh approved the constitution of 7th CPC on 25th September 2013. The 7th Central Pay Commission was constituted on 28th February 2014 headed by Justice Ashok Kumar Mathur.
National Council (Staff Side) JCM has submitted a detailed memorandum with all points including a minimum pay scale of Rs. 26,000 to the Member of Secretary of 7th Central Pay Commission on 30th June, 2014.
The Central Government was extended the time frame for further 4 months to 7th CPC and scheduled to submit its report in January 2016.
And finally, the 7th CPC submitted its report to Finance Minister on 19th November 2015. Immediately, the complete report of 7th CPC was uploaded as pdf format on the official website of the Finance Ministry.
The Union Cabinet Committee has approved the recommendations of 7th CPC on 29th June 2016. After a long deliberation of all the Unions and Federations of Central Government employees and Pensioners, the Government was decided to constitute a committee for allowances. The committee has submitted its report on 27th April 2017. And finally, the Central Government has published a Resolution on all Allowances on 6.7.2017.