7th Pay Commission: The central government has given another good news to its central employees. The central government has pushed forward the ‘pay fixation’ deadline. The central government has extended the pay fixation deadline for three months from April 15.
New Delhi: 7th Pay Commission: The central government has given another good news to its central employees. The central government has pushed forward the ‘pay fixation’ deadline. The central government has extended the pay fixation deadline for three months from April 15. After the dearness allowance (DA) was reinstated from July 1, 2021, central government employees are waiting for an increase in their salary.
‘Pay Fixation’ deadline increased
In the Office Memorandum issued by the Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance, for the clarification, it has been told that the deadline for ‘pay fixation’ is extended for 3 months after the issue of this MO, which is April 15. That is, from April 15, the deadline of Pay Fixation has increased by three months. The mode of pay fixation will be based on the recently revised new Pay Rules by the Labor Department. The deadline of pay fixation will have a direct impact on the salary for the central government employees as per the seventh pay commission.
In fact, many central employees had appealed to the department to increase the deadline, as they were not crossing it in the given time, its central government has issued this cleaning. After increasing the deadline for ‘pay fixation’, central employees can choose whether they want fixed payment based on the date of promotion or on the date of increment. Government employees receive an annual increase in salary on 1 January or 1 July depending on the date of their appointment, promotion or financial upgradation.
What is ‘Ppay Fixation’
The government gives an option to every employee on the date of promotion (DoP) or the next date of increment (DNI). The option that the employee chooses benefits on that basis. That is, if an employee is promoted in February 2016, then he has the option that he wants the increment from July 1, 2016 or from the date on which he is promoted. In the first 10, 20 and 30 years, employees used to get promotions automatically. Assured Career Progression (ACP) was the plan at that time. In the 7th Pay Commission, this was changed to the Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme ie MACPS. This scheme was brought under the 7th Pay Commission. Under this, there will be no annual appraisal or increment of such central employees, whose performance is not good. They will get promotion, whose performance is good.