7th Pay commission has been in the highlights for quite some time now. As per the previous and latest media reports, 7th Pay commission has been really busy this year. According to last updated news, the 7th Pay commission recommendation for the minimum pay hike has been given a green signal by PM Modi. It has been months now that government has proved its incapability to process the recommendation timely. Fueling the disappointment among all the 50 Lakh Central government employees and Pensioners, now finally the word popped up regarding the implementation.
NAC Meeting to Present Report Regarding 7th Pay Commission Recommendation | Deadline Out
After so much of the delay, finally, the postponed NAC that is National Anomaly Committee meeting has been tied under the deadline by the government. As per the schedule, NAC was supposed to meet in October and it is now November Mid and still, there has been no meeting. This has been disturbing the employees who have been waiting for the good news after the 7th Pay commission recommendation got accepted. According to the 7th Pay Commission recommendations, the minimum pay for the central government employees is supposed to increase from Rs. 18,000 to Rs. 21,000. This is not all according to the media reports, 7th pay commission has also asked for increasing the Fitment Factor that is currently 2.67 to 3.
After so much delay now, the NAC has been put on deadline to present their complete report regarding the same by the government. According to the media reports, NAC has been ordered to present its report by 15th December 2017 in regard to minimum pay hike under 7th Pay Commission. The minimum pay hike though will be implemented after the report is presented before the Union Cabinet. Only after the approval of the Union Cabinet can this hike be implemented.
The delay has been fueling anger among the government employees. There have been many incidents of outrage in form of strikes among the government employees. According to the complete follow up it has been disappointing to see how our government is not able to formulate a perfect way to implement the issues that have been approved already. This year has been a big year for the financial department of the country as 7th Pay commission has presented many changes.