After a wait of about eight months, military personnel are likely to receive their revised pay recommended by the Seventh Pay Commission with arrears in May's salary, say the general instructions issued by the three Services to their personnel.
Two weeks more for the Cabinet to go over the recommendations of the Committee on Allowances report on the 7th Pay Commission which was submitted last week.
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The recommendations approved would include an extension of pay stages for JCSs and other ranks from 24 to 40 to prevent stagnation, increase in index of rationalisation for Colonels and Lieutenant-Colonels from 2.57 to 2.67 and extension of pay stages for Brigadiers by two.
The armed forces have been pressing for reverting to the percentage-based regime for calculating disability pension and were strongly opposed to the slab-based system conceived by the pay panel.
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"Instructions have been issued for giving revised pay in the current month's salary", official sources said.
The Controller-General of Defence Accounts (CGDA), which is responsible for implementing the recommendations, has already been issued instructions.
"This calculator gives only expected value on the basis of recommendations of 7th CPC Allowance Committee and also shown the estimate figures only basis on your inputs", the site disclaimer said.
However, some of the core anomalies raised by the services are yet to be addressed, top among them are Non-Functional Upgrade (NFU) and higher Military Service Pay (MSP) for JCOs.
Under the NFU scheme, officers in central group A category get automatic time-bound pay promotions.
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