How to calculate your revised pay with 7th CPC Pay Calculators?

How to calculate your revised pay with 7th CPC Pay Calculators?


“Our 7th CPC Pay and Allowances Calculator is a simple tool for finding new basic pay and allowances of Central Government employees as per the recommendations 7th CPC as on 1.1.2016.”

Three months have passed since the 7th Pay Commission submitted its recommendations to the government, but still little bit confusion persists in using of our calculator. So, we have to explain how the calculator is working and how to calculate with this tool.

First option is the calculator needs your current basic pay as on 1.1.2016. Basic pay means Pay in the pay band + Grade pay. Suppose your Grade pay is 4200 and your pay in the pay band is 10500 means, you have to enter 14700 as basic pay in the first option.

This figure helps you to find out your new and revised basic pay as per the recommendations of 7th CPC.

2nd option is the tool is asking your Grade Pay. To find out your level of the 7th CPC. See the table given below…
Pay Band
Grade Pay
Level
 5200 – 20200
1800
1
1900
2
2000
3
2400
4
2800
5
 9300 – 34800
4200
6
4600
7
4800
8
5400
9
 15600 – 39100
5400
10
6600
11
7600
12
 37400 – 67000
8700
13
8900
13A
10000
14

Third one is House Rent Allowance, select in the drop down menu which is your current percentage of HRA. To find out new rate of HRA as given in the table

Class of Cities
Rates of HRA (% of Basic Pay)
Revised Rate of HRA (% of Basic Pay)
X
30%
24%
Y
20%
16%
Z
10%
8%

Last one is Transport Allowance. The calculator is now modified so as not to ask your current rate of TA. Since the entitlement for particular rate of TA in sixth CPC is not correlated to 7th CPC entitlement for TPTA. So there is no need for taking sixth CPC Transport Allowance rates for calculating TPTA as per 7th CPC recommendations. Select your city whether it is TPTA or Other places. TPTA Cities are given below the calculator table. Because, eligibility of TA in 7th CPC  is as per Level only. The table given below will help you understand this better.


3 comments

How to calculate the pension in 7th cpc recommendation for retirees of after 6th cpc.

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Plz make salary calculation a bit simple n understanding.

Reply

Dear Raoufuddin,
It is quite easy for u to calculate the pension in ur case.Simply multiply ur 6cpc basic pension by 2.57( likely to be 2.8 unconfirmed) and the resultant fig would be ur 7cpc pension under option 2.In case u desire to know ur option 1 pension, for that some more details like ur no. of increments in ur retiring grade, and ur retiring grade, ur grade pay etc., would be needed.

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