7th Pay Commission Report : Central Government Reply in Parliament

7th Pay Commission Report : Central Government Reply in Parliament

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
RAJYA SABHA

QUESTION NO 1380
ANSWERED ON 10.03.2015

Seventh Pay Commission

1380 Shri Narendra Kumar Kashyap

Will the Minister of FINANCE be pleased to satate :-

(a) Whether Government has announced the Seventh Pay Commission for the Central Government employees;

(b) if so, the details thereof;

(c) by when the Commission is likely to submit its report and the date from which it will be implemented;

(d) whether the representatives of the security forces have also been included in this Commission; and

(e) if so, the details thereof?

ANSWER
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE
(SHRI JAYANT SINHA)

(a) & (b) : The Government of India has appointed the Seventh Central Pay Commission comprising of the following vide Resolution dated 28th February, 2014:

(i) Shri Justice Ashok Kumar Mathur – Chairman
(ii) Shri Vivek Rae – Member (Full time)
(iii) Dr. Rathin Roy – Member (Part time)
(iv) Smt. Meena Agarwal, – Secretary

(c): In terms of the aforesaid Resolution dated 28.2.2014, the Commission is required to make its recommendations within 18 months from the date of its constitution.

(d) & (e). No Sir.

Source: Rajyasabha

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3 thoughts on “7th Pay Commission Report : Central Government Reply in Parliament”

  1. Ch. Meher Baba

    I think this will be a wrong move. Asking suddenly an employee who joined at the age of 18 or 19 to retire at the age 51 or 52 as the average life span of an Indian is increased and by that age nobody is expected to complete his responsibilities like performing the marriage of girl child, settling the son etc., instead Government can give an option to employees to retire on completion of 33 years of with GOLDEN HANDSHAKE like scheme or they can implement the same to the employees joining Govt. service now onwards and they will be prepared to retire on completion of 33 years of service or on attaining the age of 60 years.

  2. Bhuwan Kumar Joshi

    Reducing retirement age will be a very positive step. 60 years of age or 33 years of service, whichever is earlier, is definitely going to be a welcome move in view of large number of unemployment. This is a significantly long period to fulfil all family responsibilities. Let the younger generation come forward to shoulder responsibilities.

  3. Swapankumar Mazumder

    The EMPLOYEES’ Association,CAT-III,o/o.The Pr.A.G.(A&E) WB at no.2.GOVT. PLACE (WEST) TREEASURY BUILDINGS,KOLKATA-700001 is ready to SUBMIT the ‘ORAL/DIRECT EVIDENCE BEFORE THE Hon’ble CHAIRMAN JUSTICE MR. A.K. MATHUR ON next FRIDAY, 27-03-2015 after FACE-TO-FACE SESSION on the WEDNESDAY,14th JANUARY,2015 at Kolkata’s Camp Office at LGE Hotel at 11:00 – 11:30 AM at Quorrum No;4(Sl.No.26) etc. …

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