8th Central Pay Commission News
Expected 8th Pay Commission Date
The 8th pay commission panel will be expected to set up in the year 2024. So, the 8th CPC is will be implemented with effect from 01-01-2026 (1st January 2026). The pay scale of the new 8th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table for Central Government Employees may be in the same current formula.
8th CPC Latest News
Setting up of 8th Central Pay Commission (CPC) – RSCWS Memorandum to Finance Minister
We draw your kind attention and that of the Government towards the financial constraints through which the Central Government employees and pensioners are passing for the last 70 years due to long gaps of 10 years between the Central Pay Commissions since Independence and very negligible rise of Pay & Pension each time due to defective formulae for fixation of revised Pay & Allowances and Pension adopted by each Pay Commission.
RSCWS requested that Eighth Central Pay Commission may please be set up early and an Interim relief be granted to the Central Government employees & Pensioners w.e.f. 1-1-2024, to compensate them for the erosion of their Pay and Pension due to inflation & loss on account of relativity with GDP. [Click to Read More]
Constitute the 8th Pay Commission, Scrap NPS and Restore OPS – Confederation and AISGEF 7 Points Charter of Demands
Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers and All India State Government Employees Federation have decided to Conduct Joint Struggle and agitational programmes against anti employees and anti working class policies of Govt. of India on Common Charter of Demands related to both Central and State Govt. Employees.
Constitution of 8th Pay Commission, DA Arrear, Scrap NPS – Joint Meeting of Confederation and AISGEF
After detailed discussion, it was decided to put forth the following issues before the Govt. of India / Concerned authorities for immediate settlement.
- Scrap NPS and Roll back to OPS.
- Regularize all contractual / out sourced / daily waged Fill up all the vacancies in Central/State Government / PSUs urgently.
- Stop privatisation and corporatisation of PSUs.
- Constitute the 8th Central Pay Commission.
- Release all DA/DR including Confiscated arrears.
- Remove all riders and restrictions on Compassionate employment.
- Ensure democratic trade union rights. [Click to Read More]
Will Govt set up 8th CPC for Central Government Employees and Pensioners?
Whether it is a fact that Government is considering not to constitute 8th Central Pay Commission (CPC) to revise salaries, allowances and pension of Central Government employees and pensioners. Rajya Sabha Q and A Dated 02.08.2022. [Click to Read More]
Charter of Demands of CG Employees – Confederation
- Implement five year wage revision to Central Government Employees. Appoint 8th Central Pay Commission and revise the Pay, Allowances and Pensionary benefits of Central Government employees with effect from 01-01-2021. [Click to Read More]
Lok Sabha Question and Answer Related to Abolish Pay Commission in Future
- Government is planning to abolish the system of formation of Pay Commission in future? [Click to Read More]
8th Central Pay Commission Salary Increase:
According to reports, the Commission is expected to recommend a 20% increase in salaries for central government employees. This increase is based on the current inflation rate and the rising cost of living. In addition to the salary increase, the Commission is also expected to propose changes to the current pay structure, including revisions to the grade pay and allowances. These changes will be aimed at improving the overall compensation package for central government employees.
Overall, the recommendations from the 8th Central Pay Commission are expected to have a positive impact on the financial well-being of central government employees. As always, we will have to wait for the official announcement from the Commission to see the full details of the proposed changes.
8th Pay Commission Fitment Factor
The Fitment Factor of the 8th Pay Commission is an important topic for those working in the public sector. It is a factor used to determine the salary of government employees based on their pay scale. The Fitment Factor is calculated by taking into account various factors such as inflation, cost of living, and other economic factors.
Salary hike of government employees will be decided on the basis of fitment factor. ‘Fitment factor’ is the conversion factor from the old basic pay to the new basic pay. Fitment factor is a common number for calculating pre-revised basic pay and revised basic pay.
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