7th Pay Commission: Promotion of employees along with dearness allowance, increase in salary up to Rs 15 thousand

7th Pay Commission Latest News: Railway employees have been promoted as per the 7th Pay Commission. After the promotion, the salary of such employees will increase by up to Rs 15,000 per month.

7th Pay Commission Latest News: The days of railway employees are going very well for the last few days. First the announcement of bonus and now the promotion. In fact, considering the request for promotion, the Central Government has announced a promotion to some employees. After which the salary of such workers will increase up to Rs. Let us tell you that before that the gift of dearness allowance was given to central employees. Similar promotions can be seen in all the ministries by December.

How much will the increase

According to the report of Dainik Jagran, these officers of Indian Railways have been promoted under the 7th Pay Commission. After which the salary of these employees will be from Rs 25350 to Rs 29500. According to the government order, the promotion of the officers of Railway Board Secretariat Service / Railway Board Secretariat Stenographer Service was to be done this year. These officials have been promoted as Under Secretary / Deputy Secretary. After which his salary can get an increase of about 15,000 rupees per month.

There was an increase in other allowances as well

The salary band will come under Category III which is fixed according to the 7th Pay Commission. The Personnel Department of the Central Government will issue promotion orders after taking approval from the President of India.

3 percent more increase

On the other hand, the central employees are waiting for a 3 percent and DA increase. After the arrival of AICPI data, the dearness allowance is expected to increase by 3 percent. On the other hand, the central employees are waiting for a 3 percentage and DA increase. After the advent of AICPI data, the dearness allowance is expected to increase by 3 percent.

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