Wednesday, September 25, 2013

PM Approves 7th Pay Commission

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has given his assent for the setting up of the seventh Central Pay Commission. According to reports, Finance Minister P Chidambaram confirmed this on Wednesday.

The names of the members of the commission have not yet been revealed. It is expected that the chairperson and members, along with points of reference of the commission's undertakings, will be announced shortly.

The report could take about two years to be written, making January 1, 2016 the likeliest date for the recommendations of the commission to take effect from.

The sixth Central Pay Commission recommendations were implemented from January 1, 2006.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous4:46 PM

    I suggest that the pay commission should consider the case of physically challenged female employee more seriously, who are not married but frequently require leave for psychotherapy and for other medical purposes,which becomes necessary after a certain age. Just an addition of 4 extra CL leave to person with disability will not help. Leave equal to CCL, which other married normal female employees are availing should also be given to them.