7th Pay Scale Calculator for Maharashtra State Govt Employees
Calculate your 7th Pay Scale for Maharashtra State Government employees: An important notification was recently released by the State Government of Maharashtra on January 30th, 2019. This notification pertains to the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission for all government employees, effective from January 1st, 2016. To assist you in determining your revised pay, we have developed a user-friendly online calculator. Simply input your basic pay, along with your Pay Band and Grade Pay, into this free tool. Based on your input, the calculator will generate a recommended pay fixation format according to the Maharashtra Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules of 2019. The resulting Pay Matrix Table will reflect your new basic pay. Additionally, this tool also offers a calculation for your annual increment.
Maharashtra Government 7th Pay Fixation Calculator
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7th Pay Fixation Calculation Method for Maharashtra Government Employees
Method for Calculation of 7th Pay Fixation for Employees of the Maharashtra Government
Determining the initial pay in the revised pay structure: For government employees who choose to be governed by the revised pay structure starting from January 1st, 2016, as per sub-rule (1) of rule 6, or are deemed to have made this election under sub-rule (3) of rule 6, their initial pay will be fixed separately. This applies to their substantive pay in their permanent post, on which they hold a lien or would have held a lien if it hadn’t been suspended, as well as their pay in the officiating post they currently hold. The fixation of their pay will be done in the following manner:
For all employees: The pay in the relevant Level in the Pay Matrix will be determined by multiplying their existing basic pay just before January 1st, 2016, by a factor of 2.57. This resulting figure will then be rounded off to the nearest rupee and located within that Level in the Pay Matrix. If an identical figure corresponds to a Cell in the applicable Level of the Pay Matrix, that will be their pay. If there is no such Cell available in the applicable Level, their pay will be set at the immediate next higher Cell in that Level of the Pay Matrix.
If the minimum pay or the first Cell in the applicable Level exceeds the amount obtained from sub-clause (i) above, the pay will be fixed at the minimum pay or the first Cell of the applicable Level.
However, in cases where, due to the revision of pay, government servants drawing pay at two or more consecutive stages in the existing Pay Band and Grade Pay or scale end up fixed at the same Cell in the applicable Level of the Pay Matrix, an additional increment will be given for every two stages bunched together. The pay of government servants drawing higher pay in the existing Pay Band and Grade Pay or scale will then be fixed at the next vertical Cell in the applicable Level. Following this, the provisions of rule 10 will be applicable for the granting of the next increment.