8th Pay Commission Latest News
The new panel of the 8th Pay Commission will be expected to constitute in 2024. The recommendations of the 8th CPC may be implemented from 01-01-2026. The basic salary pay scale of the new 8th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Table also may be implemented for Central Government Employees in the same current formula.
When will constitute the 8th pay commission in India?
Constitution of 8th Central Pay Commission in India: The Minister of State for Finance Shri Pankaj Chaudhary replied in Parliament on 2.8.2022 to the questions about the constitution of the 8th Central Pay Commission for revising the salaries, allowances, and pension for Central Government employees and pensioners. The complete text of the questions and answers are reproduced and given them below for your ready reference.
Constitution of 8th Central Pay Commission for CG Employees and Pensioners!
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
DEPARTMENT OF EXPENDITURE
UNSTARRED QUESTION No. 1807
TO BE ANSWERED ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 02, 2022
SRAVANA 11, 1944 (SAKA)
“Review of Salary/Allowances/Pension of Central Government Employees/Pensioners”
1807: Shri Naranbhai J. Rathwa
Will the Minister of Finance be pleased to state:
(a) whether it is a fact that the Government is considering not to constitute 8th Central Pay Commission (CPC) to revise salaries, allowances and pension of Central Government employees and pensioners;
(b) if so, the details thereof and the reasons therefor;
(c) whether it is also a fact that 7 CPC had recommended that Government should review the salary, allowances and pension of employees and pensioners every year rather than forming a new Pay Commission after a long period of ten years; and
(d) if so, the reasons for not implementing the recommendations of 7th CPC so far?
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE (SHRI PANKAJ CHAUDHARY)
(a) No, Sir.
(b) Does not arise.
(c) The Chairman of the 7th CPC in his forwarding of the Report in Para 1.22 had recommended that the matrix may be reviewed periodically without waiting for a long period of ten years. It can be reviewed and revised on the basis of the Aykroyd formula which takes into consideration the changes in prices of the commodities that constitute a common man’s basket, which the Labour Bureau at Shimla reviews periodically. It is suggested that this should be made the basis for revision of that matrix periodically without waiting for another Pay Commission.
(d) This issue has not been considered by the Union Cabinet according to the approval for the revision of pay and allowances based on the 7th CPC.
8th Pay Commission Date in India
The 8th Central Pay Commission is expected to constitute in the year 2024 or 2025. The 7th pay commission recommendations were implemented on 1.1.2016 and the 8th recommendations of the 8th pay commission recommendations are likely to be implemented from 1.1.2026. [Click to know more]
Confederation Demands to Implement Pay Revision Once in 5 Years
Charter of Demands of CG Employees: Implement a five-year wage revision for Central Government Employees. Appoint the 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]
Abolish Pay Commission in the Future!
Lok Sabha Question and Answer Related to Abolish Pay Commission in the Future!
Government is planning to abolish the system of formation of the Pay Commission in the future? Minister replied in Parliament…[Click to Read More]
8th CPC Fitment Factor
Fitment Factor is a key number recommended by the Pay Commission for converting the existing basic salary to a revised one! The Fitment Ratio is an important aspect of the pay commission recommendations! We are here to provide the previous pay commission’s Fitment Factor numbers for your ready reference…
4th Pay Commission Fitment Factor
|4th CPC Fitment Factor|
|Pay Hike in Percentage||27.6 %|
|Minimum Basic Salary||Rs.750|
5th Pay Commission Fitment Factor
|5th CPC Fitment Factor|
|Pay Hike in Percentage||31%|
|Minimum Basic Salary||Rs.2550|
6th Pay Commission Fitment Factor
|6th CPC Fitment Factor|
|Pay Hike in Percentage||54%|
|Minimum Basic Salary||Rs.7000|
7th Pay Commission Fitment Factor
|7th CPC Fitment Factor|
|Pay Hike in Percentage||14.29%|
|Minimum Basic Salary||Rs.18000|
8th Pay Commission Fitment Factor
|8th CPC Fitment Factor|
|Pay Hike in Percentage||?|
|Minimum Basic Salary||?|
Constitution of 8th Pay Commission for CG Employees and CG Pensioners – Lok Sabha Q&A
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO: 3541
ANSWERED ON: 08.08.2022
Constitution of 8th Pay Commission
Janardan Singh Sigriwal
Will the Minister of
FINANCE be pleased to state:-
(a) whether the Government proposes to ensure timely constitution of the 8th Central Pay Commission for Central Government employees so that it could be implemented on 01.01.2026;
(b) if so, the details thereof;
(c) if not, the reasons therefore; and
(d) the other measures being taken by the Government to increase their salary in view of rising inflation?
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE
(SHRI PANKAJ CHAUDHARY)
(a): No such proposal is under consideration with the Government for the constitution of the 8th Central Pay Commission for the Central Government employees.
(b) & (c): Do not arise.
(d): In order to compensate Central Government employees for erosion in the real value of their salaries on account of inflation, Dearness Allowances(DA) are paid to them and the rate of DA is revised periodically every 6 months on the basis of the rate of inflation as per All India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (AICPI-IW) released by Labour Bureau under M/o Labour & Employment.
Confederation News: Revised 10 Points charter of Demands and Resolutions including the demand of constitute 8th Central Pay Commission. [View more]
Stunning news for all Central Government employees – prepare to receive a bumper jump in your salary! You can be expecting a decision on salary matters to be made after 2024 elections, and who knows – a brand-new 8th Pay Commission might just be formed by the fresh government! If you’re a Central Government employee, or know someone who is, then this little piece of news is especially for you!
Yes, there is going to be a big increase in the salary of central employees. On the one hand, it has been made clear by the government that the 8th Pay Commission will not come. But in the meanwhile it is also discussed that there will be a big increase in the salary of the employees at the time of 8th Pay Commission. Lok Sabha elections to be held in 2024. Central employees are about to get a huge raise! The government has made it clear that the 8th Pay Commission won’t be coming right now, but rumors are swirling that salaries will get a major boost when the 8th Pay Commission does arrive in 2024 when the Lok Sabha elections are held.
If what we are talking about ends up being true, then the 8th Pay Commission could come into play by the end of 2024. Its effects may be felt in 2025 or 2026, and there could be a dramatic hike in the wages of central employees. Looking at the 7th Pay Commission, it looks like the 8th could contain some modifications. Following the 7th Pay Commission, the basic salary of the central employees experienced a slight uptick. With the Seventh Pay Commission, the basic salary was bumped up on the basis of the Fitment Factor. If this remains the basis for the Eighth Pay Commission, basic salary will jump up to, at least, Rs 25,000! After that, salary of all employees can be revamped yearly, based on performance. Additionally, the max salary can be recalculated every 5 years.
The 7th CPC, which regulates pay scales, allowances, and pension benefits for Central government employees and pensioners, may soon be replaced by the 8th commission. Established in 2014, the 7th CPC’s recommendations took effect in 2016. It is predicted that the 8th commission will be established in 2024, with its recommendations implemented on January 1, 2026. Stay informed with the latest updates on the 8th Pay Commission and use our Pay Scale Calculator to estimate your new salary slab, including the potential 25 percent retirement benefit boost.
Latest Updates on 8th CPC
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What is 8th Central Pay Commission?
The 8th Central Pay Commission is the group of members nominated by the Central Government to revise the pay, allowances, and pensionary benefits to Central Government employees. The pay structure and the principles of emoluments of all Central Government Civilian employees including Armed Forces Personnel in India.
When will implement 8th Pay Commission in India?
The recommendations of the 8th Central Pay Commission will be expected to implement from 1st January 2026.
What is 8th Pay Commission salary slab system?
The 8th Pay Commission may be recommended the new salary slab system as the current 7th Pay Commission pay matrix table system.
What is 8th pay commission due date?
The anticipated date of the 8th Pay Commission: The 8th Central Pay Commission pay panel might be set up in 2024! We are expecting, due to General Election for Parliament in 2024, that all political parties will promise the 8th pay commission in their manifesto!
What will be 'Fitment Factor' in the 8th pay commission?
The 6th and 7th CPC recommended 1.86 and 2.57 respectively to CG employees. And there is no idea of the Fitment Factor of 8th pay commission now! However, we will update soon!
Which year 8th Pay Commission implemented?
The 8th pay commission may be implemented in the year 2026.
What will be IAS salary after 8th pay commission?
We cannot guess the salary for an IAS officer after the 8th pay commission right now.
What will be minimum salary in 8th CPC?
The 6th and 7th CPC recommended 7000 and 18000 respectively as the minimum basic salary for Central Government employees. If the same fitment factor (2.57) implement in the 8th CPC, the minimum basic salary will be Rs. 46000.