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Maharashtra Government implements 7th Pay Commission recommendations

 

 

Maharashtra Government implements 7th Pay Commission recommendations: Details, Aim, Benefits, Highlights

The Maharashtra government on 28th December 2018 has implemented the recommendations of the 7th pay commission to its employees which will benefit as many as 20.50 lakh employees of the state government.

The decision of implementation of 7th pay commission will benefit officers, employees, teachers from the unaided schools and those from Zilla Parishad institutions. It was notified after the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, the state finance minister, Sudhir Mungantiwar.

The employees will get arrears with effect from 1st January 2016, and it will be given in 5 installments. The total amount that will be disbursed as arrears will be Rs 38655 crore. 

1. The arrear amount will be credited directly into the GPF account of the employees. 

2. With the implementation of the 7the Pay Commission, the government will have to spend around Rs 7,731 crore annually as arrears. 

3. With this decision, Group A and Group B officers will get an increase of around Rs 9,000 - Rs 14,000 per month. 

4. With the implementation of the 7th pay commission, a Group ‘D’ employee will get Rs 15,000 per month (a hike of around Rs 4,000- Rs 5,000), whereas a Group ‘C’ employee will get Rs 18,000 per month (a hike of Rs 5,000 - Rs 8,000).

5. The pensioners will also get a hike in their monthly pension. 

Maharashtra (India)

Statehood: 1 May 1960 (Maharashtra Day)

Capitals: Mumbai & Nagpur

Districts: 36

Official Language: Marathi

Governor: C. Vidyasagar Rao

Chief Minister: Devendra Fadnavis


 

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