Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Pay Matrix | 7th Pay Commission
Pay Matrix Table – An innovative pay hierarchy structure for all categories of Central Government Employees
More than 30 lakh employees are working in Central Government Services. A single table is applicable to all groups of employees from labour to officer for the purpose of revised pay and increment calculation.
The Pay Matrix table, contains 540 Cells and 40 Index in Vertical and 18 Pay Levels in Horizontal. After fixing the Revised Pay as per 7th CPC, then there is no need to calculate Annual Increment. And also the Pay Fixation on Promotion or MACP is very easy to understand. And many more special aspects in the table.
The Commission has recommended Rs.18000 as minimum pay and maximum of 2.5 lakh per month.
7th Pay Commission recommended three types of Pay Matrix Tables in its report. One for Civilian Employees and another one for Defence Force Personnel (Army, Navy and Air Force) and third one for Military Nursing Officers.
Unique features of the table are…
- Simple and innovative
- Easy Calculation for Increment and Promotion
- GP1800 to 1900 and GP 2800 too 4200 issue solved
- Two factors i.e., Grade Pay and Pay in the Pay Band confusion exhausted
- Basic Pay hierarchy Easily memorable
|PAY BAND-I 5200-20200|
|PAY BAND – II 9300-34800|
|GP FROM 5400 TO 7600 (LEVEL 10 TO 12)|
|GP FROM 8700 TO 10000 (LEVEL 13, 13A & 14)|
|Pay Band- III 37400-67000|
|NO GRADE PAY (LEVEL 15 TO 18)|
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