7th Pay Commission: Centre to hike minimum wage of employees from 18,000 to 21,000 in 2018

7th Pay Commission employees to get salary hike up to Rs 21,000 from Rs 18,000. Although the 7th Pay Commission has created a lot of buzz in the earlier days regarding the hike in the minimum wages of the central employees. As per the Media reports now the central government will soon hike the minimum salary of the central employees from 18,000 to 21,000. However, as per the earlier reports, the government has provided the green signal for the minimum pay hike of the government employees. After this, the NAC and Department of Expenditure will take a final call on the matter.

According to the sources, the Union Cabinet had approved the recommendations of the 7th pay commission to fix the minimum pay of Rs 18,000 by keeping in mind the fitment factor at 2.57. And now the government is speculating to raise the fitment factor to three times. Perhaps, the central government employees are demanding to hike the fitment factor by 3.68.

However, now the government official will soon hike the minimum pay of the government employees. It will be the major relief for the 48 lakh central government employees. And it will also help to eliminate poverty. The hike of the minimum pay from eighteen thousand to twenty on thousand is the great move for the central government employees, teachers and staffs of 7th pay commission.

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