All Central Government Employees and Officers Can Check Here the Revised Pay Matrix Table (Basic Salary) After Implementation of 7th Central Pay Commission. Seven years have passed since the implementation of the new Pay Matrix Table for Central Government employees!
The 7th pay commission has created with innovative thinking a basic salary table for Central Government employees. It seems like a simple number table, but it has contained a lot of calculations for benefiting more than 35 lakh staff and officers working under Central Government Services. The table not only shows the basic salary (including initial pay scale), but including promotion and increment calculation for all classifications (Group A, Group B, Group C) of central government forces. The ‘Pay Matrix Table‘ is the crown of the 7th Central Pay Commission.
The 7th matrix pay chart gives more advantages to administration staff with the following aspects…
- The new Pay Matrix Table is designed without grade pay and pay bands
- It reduces the issues created in the grade pay system
- It simplifies the entry pay without confusion for all groups
- It helps easy to calculate the pay fixation and increment calculation
- It gives more transparency and wider visibility on stage
Check here is the pay matrix table in a simple form for Central Government employees and officers as per the recommendations of the 7th pay commission. Click to view more detail
Here is the calculator for finding the annual increment with the pay matrix table: Check out here the calculation of the difference between two matrix basic salaries. A simple online free tool for finding the difference between (3% or not) two basic pay.
- 1st Step: Select your 7th level of pay matrix
- 2nd Step: Select your 7th basic salary from the pay matrix
- 3rd Step: Click on Check it now button
- See the existing basic salary, next cell of basic salary (same level) with the index numbers.
- Difference between the two matrix pay
- Percentage of the increased amount
- The last result shows that whether the pay difference is equal or higher or lower than the 3% of basic pay.
|Table Name||CG 7th Pay Matrix Table|
|Type of Table||Basic Salary Table|
|Introduced By||7th Central Pay Commission|
|7th CPC Report||Click to Download PDF|
|Implemented from||1st January 2016|
|Beneficiaries||Central Govt Employees|
|Index of Table||Number of Stages|
|Level of Table||Describe the Designation|
|Minimum Value of Table||18,000|
|Maximum Value of Table||2,50,000|
|Pay Matrix Table PDF||Click to Download Here|
|Pay Matrix Table PDF||Download in Hindi PDF|
|Pay Matrix Conversion Tool||Click to Calculate|
Revised Pay Matrix Table Updated June 2017: After the implementation of the 7th pay commission recommendations to all CG employees, the Central Govt has amended the table for pay level 13. The Fitment factor has changed from 2.57 to 2.67 to the particular pay level and the pay hierarchy also changed accordingly. 7th Pay Commission (7th CPC) Revised Pay Matrix and Pre-Revised pdf Download.
|7th Pay Scale Chart Pay Level 1 to 5||Click to Show|
|7th Pay Scale Chart Pay Level 6 to 9||Click to Show|
|7th Pay Scale Chart Pay Level 10 to 12||Click to Show|
|7th Pay Scale Chart Pay Level 13 to 14||Click to Show|
|7th Pay Scale Chart Pay Level 15 to 18||Click to Show|
CG Civilian 7th Pay Matrix Table
Individual Civilian Pay Matrix Table for all Pay Matrix levels
|Pay Matrix Level 1||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 2||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 3||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 4||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 5||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 6||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 7||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 8||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 9||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 10||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 11||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 12||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 13||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 13A||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 14||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 15||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 16||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 17||Download PDF|
|Pay Matrix Level 18||Download PDF|
|Introduction of Pay Matrix Table||7th Central Pay Commission|
|Implementation of Pay Matrix Table||1 January 2016|
|Updating of Pay Matrix Table||16 May 2017|
|Beneficiaries of Pay Matrix Table||Central Government Civilian Employees and Pensioners|
|Purpose of Pay Matrix Table||Pay Fixation for Central Government Civilian Employees|
|Features of Pay Matrix Table||Finding the basic salary of all categories of Central Government employees|
|Level of Pay Matrix Table||The level is indicated by the grade of employees. 1 to 18 Levels (including 13A level)|
|Index of Pay Matrix Table||The index is denoting the hierarchy of basic salaries. Level 1 to 10 has 40 index|
|The cell of Pay Matrix Table||Every cell has one value of basic salary up to index level. Out of 760, 540 cells are filled with value|
The below table describes the difference between the recommended pay hierarchy and the enhanced pay hierarchy…
|Level||Pre-Revised Pay Level 13||Revised Pay Level 13|
7th Pay Commission Pay Scales in Central Government Departments: The pay scale structure is given below for the employees working in CRIS under Indian Railways. [Click to know more]
- Supporting Staff – I: Pay Matrix Level 4 (25500-81100)
- Supporting Staff – II: Pay Matrix Level 6 (35400-112400)
- Supporting Staff – III: Pay Matrix Level 6 (35400-112400)
- Supporting Staff – IV: Pay Matrix Level 6 (35400-112400)
The new pay scale structure for the staff and officers working in the Centre for Development of Telematics (CDoT) is given below. [Click to know more]
|Technical Staff||Pay Level 10 to Pay Level 17|
|Administrative Executive||Pay Level 10 to Pay Level 14|
|Administrative Staff||Pay Level 4 to Pay Level 8|
|Support Staff||Pay Level 4 to Pay Level 9|
|Miscellaneous Staff||Pay Level 2 to Pay Level 5|
Generally, all State Governments in India have followed the revision of pay and pension to their employees in the same pattern as the Central Government. After the implementation of the 7th pay commission to Central Government employees and pensioners, the State Government also take action to implement the new pay commission recommendations to its employees. The Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu State Governments are immediately reflected in this action.
The State Government of Tamil Nadu published a new pay scale table for its employees as per the recommendations of the pay commission panel committee and the same is given below for your information. Click to view the Pay Matrix Tamil Nadu Teachers PDF Download
The Finance Department of Rajasthan published a Notification on 30th October 2017 regarding Revised Pay Rules 2017 with effect from 1.10.2017 as per the same format as the 7th pay commission. As per the Finance Department of Rajasthan State Government Notification dated 30.10.2017 Click to view the Rajasthan Pay Matrix and View the Rajasthan Pay Matrix Calculator
What is WB Pay Matrix?: Pay Matrix means Matrix specified in the table, with levels of pay arranged in vertical cells as assigned to corresponding existing Pay Band and Grade Pay. The WB 6th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table contains 34 Levels with 33 vertical indexes. West Bengal Pay Matrix Table pdf download
Jammu and Kashmir Government Pay Matrix Table – Click to view all table
The Finance Department of the Haryana State Government published a detailed notification on 28th October 2016 with a pay matrix table. [Click to view pay matrix]
UP Grade Pay List: 7th Pay Matrix Chart of UP Government. The State Government of Uttar Pradesh has published a notification in Hindi for its employees with detailed reports of basic pay structure, salary scale table, pay fixation, and increment as per the 7th Pay Commission. [Click to read more]
Meghalaya Pay Matrix Table PDF Download: The revised pay structure has attached in the notification issued by the Department of Finance on 28th November 2017. [Click to view PDF]
|7th Pay Matrix Gujarat PDF||Bihar 7th Pay Commission PDF|
|Jharkhand 7th Pay Commission||Uttarakhand 7th Pay Commission PDF|
|7th Pay Matrix MP PDF||Assam 7th Pay Commission Matrix|
What is the pay matrix table?
This is not a simple number table. It defines the basic salary of an individual Central Govt employee. The pay matrix table has 19 columns and 40 rows full of structured pay hierarchy for more than 33 lakh Central Govt employees.
When did the pay matrix table implement?
The 7th pay commission recommended the pay matrix table and the Central Govt has implemented it from 1.1.2016.
What is the benefit of the pay matrix table?
A lot of benefits, there will no calculation for pay fixation on promotion or MACP and annual increment calculation is also made simple with this table.
What is mean by level pay matrix table?
The level is the most important element in the pay matrix table. It indicates the post or grade of an employee. And also denotes the classification of the post.
What is the index in the pay matrix table?
The index is nothing but the stage of the pay hierarchy. All cells are filled by the basic salary with numbers. An employee’s basic salary is pay level 4 and 5th stage (28700).
How many levels in the pay matrix table?
The pay matrix table is constructed with 19 different pay levels. The first level is 1 and the last level is 18 and including the pay level 13A.
There will be any grade pay in the pay matrix table?
No. The pay matrix table does not indicate the system of grade pay. The pay matrix table is defined by pay level.
Any changes have been made in the pay matrix table?
Yes. One major amendment has been made to the pay matrix table. The revised pay matrix table was issued on 16.5.2017.
Which pay matrix level has been changed?
Pay level 13 has been changed. The new pay hierarchy was implemented for level 13.
What is the fitment factor adopted in the pay matrix table?
As per the Government resolution, a common fitment factor used in the table is 2.57.
What is the pay matrix?
A simple number table recommended by the 7th Pay Commission having 760 cells is named ‘Pay Matrix Table’. A single fitment table is applicable to over 30 lakh Central Govt Employees. The table shows 760 (19 x 40) cells with 19 columns in a horizontal position and 40 rows in a vertical position.
What is the 7th pay matrix?
The 7th Pay Matrix is a table for calculating the salary of Central Government employees with effect from 1.1.2016. The table is recommended by the 7th Central Pay Commission.
How to fix pay after promotion after 7th pay commission?
Fixation of salary on promotion for Central Government employees as per the method prescribed in the Revised Pay Rules 2016 after implementation of 7th Pay Commission.
What is the latest update in 7th pay?
There are no updates in the 7th pay. Everything is over! And waiting for the 8th Pay Commission.
Will there be an 8th Pay Commission?
Certainly, why not? Central Government is the only decision authority on this issue.
When will publish order on the revision of HRA rates?
At present, the Cabinet Committee approved to hike in DA to 28% from July 2021. The Finance Ministry will issue an appropriate order for payment on revised DA rates to all CG employees and pensioners. We expect orders regarding a hike in HRA rates to also release simultaneously.
Why do central govt employees frequently search this pay matrix table?
The Basic Salary, one of the prime salary elements of Central government employees has been incorporated in the pay matrix table. And also the table reflects the stages of basic salary for each pay level. The increment of each stage is equal to 3% (approximately). The table helps to calculate the Annual Increment and Pay Fixation on Promotion will make it easy!
Also Check: Central Government Pay Matrix Table 2022 PDF