Saturday, September 2, 2017

7th Pay Commission: Odisha to implement salary hike from Sept

Odisha government on Wednesday announced implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations in the state.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik informed that the state government employees will get the pay hike from September's salary onwards.

"My government has decided to implement the recommendations of the committee constituted for examination of 7th Central Pay Commission report and its adoption for the state government employees," said Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.

This will benefit over 4.5 lakh state government employees and 3.5 lakh pensioners in the state.

The arrear payments are being worked out, said the Chief Minister.

The state will have to bear annual expenditure of about Rs 4,500 crore for execution of the Seventh Pay Commission.

The state government was under constant pressure for some time from employees unions as the the Seventh Pay Commission Recommendations have been implemented with effect from 1 January, 2016 in some states and the central government.

Source : Zee News

Group D employees will get a monthly basic salary of Rs 18,000 as per the 7th Pay panel recommendations as compared to the present salary of Rs 6,450

Group C employees will draw basic salary of Rs 19,900 whereas the present salary is Rs 7,100

Group B employees will now be paid a basic salary of Rs 35,400 monthly as against Rs 13,500 at present

Group A employees will get Rs 56,100 as basic salary as compared to Rs 21,000 currently.

Group A OAS employees at the top most level will draw a salary of around Rs 1,44,200

Salary of IAS officers will increase to Rs 2,25,000

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