Pay Scale

Sep 222017

DPS Salary Pay Scale Allowance 

Presently DPS (Delhi Public School) is considered as one of the best educational institutions within the country. DPS has a number of branches in different parts of the country as well as abroad. This means that the Teaching staff hired by DPS is well paid with a number of incentives.

DPS Branches

The educational institution is also considered as one of the biggest educational institutions in India. The institution offers quality education to thousands of students in the country and abroad. The Educational institution present has over 150 different branches within the country located in various locations including Jaipur, Bokaro, Vasant Kunj, Mathura, Bikaner, Ahmedabad, Ghaziabad, Rajkot, Bhagalpur, Bhatinda, Patna, R.K.Puram, Ranchi, Dhanbad, Yamuna Nagar, Dwarka etc. Apart from this Delhi Public School is also having a number of its international branches in other countries including Nepal, Ghana, Indonesia, Bharain, Singapore, UAE and Uganda and Saudi.

Pay scale in Delhi Public School

Here mentioned below are some of the basic remunerations that are paid in general for the new recruits at DPS within the country. Along with the basic pay scale we have also mentioned other roles and responsibilities that one may have to fulfill and perform for a particular job position. You have to go through the information listed below:-

  • Trained Graduate Teaching Job Position – To apply for this job position it is certain that candidate needs to have minimum of B.Ed degree for various subjects. The minimum pay scale starts from Rs 9300 to over Rs 34,800 on monthly basis. The overall gross pay scale varies from Rs 25,000 monthly. It is certain that candidates need to have at least two years experience in teaching field for various subjects in any government recognized school and educational institution for Grades between 6th to 10th.
  • Primary Teaching staff – Candidate needs to have B.Ed degree in various subjects. Pay scale may vary between Rs 9300 to over Rs 34800 on monthly basis. Average gross monthly pay scale may be around Rs 24000 monthly for the candidate.
  • Female Primary grade Teacher – The position is available for teaching staff for various subjects including Maths, Arts, Social studies, English language and Junior library teachers. For PGT (Post graduate teaching staff) in various subjects including Physics, Maths and Engineering graphics along with TGT (Trained graduate teaching staff) for various subjects including Sanskrit, Music, History, Computer science and English language are paid over Rs 9300 to over Rs 34800 on monthly basis.
  • Post Graduate Teaching staff (PGT) – Candidate needs to have at least B.Ed degree in various subjects. Candidates are given with a starting Salary of Rs 9300 to over Rs 34800 on monthly basis. Overall pay scale may be around Rs 25000 monthly and candidates need to have at least five years past experience in Teaching in various Recognized educational institutions and schools for grades 11th and 12th.

DPS employee’s salary structure

  • Laboratory assistant – For this job position it is certain that candidate will be paid minimum of Rs 5200 to Rs 20200 on monthly basis with additional 10 percent of Grade Pay equivalent to around 2400 GP.
  • PGT staff (Post Graduate teaching staff) – For this Job category it is certain that candidates will be drawing around Rs 9300 to around Rs 34800 including Grade pay and additional of 10 percent of the overall grade pay value of Rs 4800 monthly.
  • Reception – The average pay scale for the post of receptionist is around Rs 5200 to Rs 20200 on monthly basis (2400 Grade pay) in addition to around 10 percent of the overall Grade pay.
  • Primary school teacher – For this job category the candidate will be paid around Rs 9300 to over Rs 34800 every month including 4200 grade pay with an additional of 10 percent of the average Grade pay.
  • Trained Graduate Teaching staff – Candidate are entitled to get a salary of Rs 9300 to Rs 34800 on monthly basis including 4600 Rupee grade pay with extra 10 percent of the Grade pay.

Additional Job Benefits offered at DPS

As per the sources it is certain that DPS is offering candidates with a lucrative incentive package along with Monthly salary package to each of its working staff. Some additional benefits may include:-

  • Dearness allowance (DA), Educational benefit for free educational facility for two children at DPS, Paid leave, Transport facility for free, Provident funds (DA and PF deducted) depending on the regulations and provisions made by Central government and additional perks and LTC facility based on regulations made by the school.

It is also certain that more deserving candidates will be offered with much better salary structure as per the schools regulations and provisions. You need to keep in mind that the salary mentioned here are subject to change depending on the regulations without advance notifications. All information collected and provided here have been collected from various sources for job positions at DPS.


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Aug 312017

TNPSC pay scale salary allowance after 7th pay commission

Since January 2011 the demand for seventh pay commission has been raised. It was since the 5 years that the proposal for the pay commission has been decided but it did not happened to be so as recommended by the government at that moment of time.

It was since 1946 that the pay commission scheme was introduced for the government employee but till today there were only six pay commissions that were being raised by the government for the benefits of government servant. All the six pay commissions’ ahs something special for the employee involved in serving the governmental organization.

Detailed of several commissions

There were six commissions that were introduced since 1946 and these commissions do have certain specialty and these specialties are listed in the points given below:

  • In the first pay commission the ‘living wage’ concept was being introduced.
  • In the second pay commission the plan was introduced in order to incorporate the better working condition and thereby the effective functioning of the mechanisnms performed the government can easily be carried out.
  • In the third pay commission the introduction implied certain concept and these concept reflects the ‘need based wage’.
  • The parliament machinery and reformation was done through the fourth pay commission. By this commission, the undertakings and periodical reviews are made for the central government employees.
  • In the fifth pay commission it was introduced that pay scale would be introduced as per the demand of the public sector. It was found that the demand of the public sector was difficultto concede so there were huge difference between the two different sectors.
  • The sixth pay commission implies that there would sufficient package for the government employee and apart from such recommendations and therefore the recommendations were also made to improve the government structure. This has helped the government to provide better mechanisms that are associated with the delivery and thereby providing better services for the common people.

About the seventh pay commission

Before introducing the pay commission it becomes essential for the government to think about certain criteria and these criteria is depending upon the financial structure, present resource condition, economic situation of the country and apart from all these there are comparisons that is in between the public as well as the private sectors.

The determination of pay commission is a sensitive as well as the complicated task. Setting of this type of plans is a challenging task. When an individual is determining the pay commission he or she has to prepare the structure in that way so that one can easily go through the structure. This allows the nation to have great economic condition, better working condition and strength of the work force also increases.

In the early pay commissions it was noticed that the recommendations are mainly developed with an intention that it benefits for the development of the nation as well as for the welfare of the nation. Therefore the people serving for the government   are helped with such benefits. The benefit has also made the employee to have effective working ability and that helps them perform better with their job responsibilities.


The implementation of such pay commissions throughout 1946 has helped people to have number of benefits. The benefits are encouraging people or the employees to go for hard work and with better dedication. The dedication that they are providing for the work i8s helping the nation to have better utility and that result in success cess and several success in the invention and implementation that the government is enforcing for the benefits of the common people of this particular nation.


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Aug 312017

Registrar And  Assistant registrar Pay Scale after 7th pay commission

The judicial staffs of this nation are involved mainly with the work and formalities of the Supreme Court and the high court. These people are mainly involved with the judicial duties. The panel includes the one from the honorable chief justice to the junior court attendant. All the people are under the staff that is handling the judicial departments.

The pay scale of these people is very essential as they are the employee that is handling the rules and regulation of the country so they should not be neglected when the salary scale is decided. The juniors has the lowest salary where as the seniors are withdrawing higher salary. But apart from the salary these people are enjoying the grade pay over the basic pay.

post wise salary

Post Salary Grade pay
Chief Justice Rs 1 lakh Rs 20000
HC Judges Rs 80000 Rs 12000
SC Judges Rs 90000 Rs 15000
Registrar Rs 67000 – 79000 Annual increment 3%
Additional Registrar Rs 37400 – Rs 67000 Rs 10000
Assistant registrar Rs 15600 – Rs 39100 Rs 7600
Deputy registrar Rs 37400 – Rs 67000 Rs 8700
Court master Rs 15600 – Rs 39100 Rs 6600
Senior court attendant  Rs 5200 – Rs 20200 Rs 2400
Junior court Attendant Rs 5200 – Rs 20200 Rs 2000
Senior court assistant Rs 15600 – Rs 39100 Rs 5400
Junior court assistant Rs 9300 – Rs 34800 Rs 4200

Pay scale of the staffs

Here are list of pay scale which can help you get better knowledge about the pay scale and these discussions is depicted in the points given below:

  • The judicial staffs are allotted with different pay scales and among these pay scales the lowest pay band is for the junior as well as the senior court attendants.
  • The second pay band includes the higher officials and among these higher officials, the court assistants especially the one are junior fall within such band.
  • In the third pay band the people who are accustomed with the posts like the assistant registrars and court master.
  • In the fourth pay band the people who are in senior posts like the additional registrar and the registrar as they are holding some of important posts in the judicial department.
  • In the fifth pay band you can expect the honorable chief justice of both the supreme as well as the high court and the judges of the supreme and high court.

With the use of pay band policies one can easily differentiate the category of the people working in the judicial department. So with the salary hike the government is actually enforcing them to perform better and thereby the nation’s rules and regulation could be maintained.


Aug 312017

DFO pay scale salary allowance matrix in 7th pay commission

The All India Services (AIS) holds the post for Indian Forest Services (IFS). If you want to be a Indian Forest Services (IFS) then you need to go through a examination that is being conducted by the Union Public Service Commission and the exam and then candidate is appointed. The appointment of the candidate is by the president of India based on the performance of the written examination.

Name of the post Indian Forest Services (IFS)
Post appointed by President of India
Qualification Bachelor’s degree

Age limit should in between 21 to 30 years till 1st July

Physically fit

Examination Union Public Service Commission


The eligibility that is essential for an individual to apply for this particular post is listed in the points given below:

  • Education qualification – one should possess the bachelor’s degree in chemistry, mathematics, physics, geology, botany, zoology, animal husbandry, statistics, and veterinary science. He should also hold the engineering degree in agriculture or in forestry.
  • Age limit – The candidate should be within the age limit of 21 years to 30 years till the 1st of July of that particular year. There is age relaxation for the other backward classes that includes SC or ST or OBC.
  • Physical standards – the candidates who are selected for the post of Indian Forest Services should be physically fit and suitable for the post of these particular services.

Salary statement

Grade State government employee or central government employee Pay scale
Grade for the director general of forest Director General of Forests 80,000 plus grade pay-nil
Apex scale Officers of who are equivalent rank posted at the union government of Principal chief conservator of forest of states 80,000 plus grade pay-nil
Scale above super time Additional principal chief conservator of forest/chief conservator of forests 37400 to 67000 including grade pay of 12000
Scale for super time Chief conservator of forest 37400 to 67000 including grade pay of 10000
Selection grade Conservator of forest 37400 to 67000 including grade pay of 8700
Administrative Grade (Junior) Deputy conservator of forest or divisional forest officers 15600 to 39100 including grade pay of 7600
Scale for senior time Deputy conservator of forest or divisional forest officers 15600 to 39100 including grade pay of 6600
Scale for junior time Assistant conservator of forest 15600 to 39100 including grade pay of 5400

The Indian Forest Services (IFS) is a prestigious and responsible post which appointed by the president of India through several examination. Therefore it is the candidates who should possess the merit as well as the fitness to qualify for this particular test. Thus the salary that is allotted for this particular is worthy of the responsibility and one should responsible enough to carry the responsibility properly and efficiently for the benefit of the nation.


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VRO Pay Scale Salary Allowance Matrix State wise In 7th Pay Commission 

Each and every job depends on a pay scale. Vro is conducted by Andhra Pradesh government. As a talented student you should prefer village revenue officer post. Andhra Pradesh is the popular state all over the country. In this state many districts are the direct medium for the communication of the public. These districts divided into subdivision and rural areas. So maintaining their improvement many offices established and different posts are necessary. A state like Andhra Pradesh has recently recruited many a revenue officers. The revenue minister, Andhra Pradesh claimed that nearly 6000 recruitments are done in last few years.

Name of the post Village Revenue Officer
State involved Andhra Pradesh
Introduced by Dharmana Prasad Rao
Modified by N. Raguveera Reddy


Candidates, who are interested to this post, can easily apply for this job. Intermediate candidates can apply for this job. Male and female candidates can apply for this post.

Examination process

  • At first the selection will be based on the marks of their examination. 85 marks allotted for clearing the first step. 15 marks allotted for the interview. Reservation will be followed according to the rules.
  • The whole process is done by the district level and the chairman of the district selection committee conducted by the district collector.
  • Firstly the written examination was held but when NRaghuveera Reddy observe the examination process, he declare that for applying this post written examination is not necessary.
  • Candidates can face the interview based on their marks of the intermediate examination.

Pay scale

The starting salary of a village revenue officer stars from Rs. 7740/- at entry level without perks and allowances. Taking these allowances into consideration the average pay scale of the revenue officers in villages reaches to Rs. 12, 000/- per month including grade and allowances.

Higher posts like Junior and Senior Assistant, Tahasilder, Deputy Tahasilders are able to draw up to Rs. 23, 040/- per month including allowances and grades.

Considering the state Andhra Pradesh total of 6063 VRO posts have filled up among 8084 available posts.

District wise vacancies

District name Vacancies
Mahaboobnagar 492
West Godavari 466
East Godavari 422
Srikakulam 125
Krishna 392
Karimnagar 464
Warangal 353
Vizianagaram 126
Guntur 289
Chttor 283
Nellore 255
Prakasam 267
Rangareddy 194
Adilabad 179
YSR Kadapa 190
Khammam 193
Nalgomda 348
Medak 252
Nizamabad 207
Hyderabad  26
Annantampura 203
Kurnool 235
Vishakhapatnam 102

When village revenue officer post was introduced many unemployed people reach their ambition. Thus many villages get a proper officer, who can easily increase the prosperity of the village.


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Booking Process of JioPhone From 24th August Online

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Jul 292017

Booking Process of JioPhone from 24th August Online

Jio Phone is a feature phone which was launched by the Reliance Jio recently. This phone is available at free of cost but with an initial refundable deposit. Its main feature is that it will come with 4G VoLTE. It is one of the first branded feature phones that is going to feature 4G out of the box in India.

Booking Process of JioPhone from 24th August Online

Important Dates (Launch Date, Booking Date And Delivery Date)

As for the launch of Jio Phone, it got launched on 21st July 2017. The bookings shall commence from 24th August onwards. 24th August 2017 is the date from when the online booking begins. You can expect that the phones will start to get delivered from September onwards.

The company has announced that the Beta testing shall commence from August 15 onwards. This means that it will be made available from August 15th itself but that window for Beta testing will be very short. At this stage it will be available only for a handful of people. If all goes well then the doors for pre-orders will open from 24th August itself.

Jio Phone Features And Specification

  • Display: The phone will have a 2.4’’ QVGA screen. The screen won’t have any touch feature. The display will feature merely 240 x 320 pixels.
  • Design: It will also have a bar body. The body will also have a text keypad. It is just like any other feature phone available in the market right now. It will be black in colour.
  • Bluetooth: It will come with NFC feature. It will allow you to pay online via various channels. Also, it will feature Bluetooth v 4.10. However, it won’t have USB OTG or Infrared.
  • Add ons: Other features that this phone will have include torch light, microSD card slot, FM radio and voice command support. The voice command supports 22 Indian languages (which the phone also supports otherwise).
  • Chipset: Both Qualcomm and Spreadtrum have powered some units of the chipset in this phone. So in some units you may find Spreadtrum chipsets while others may have a Qualcomm unit.
  • Internet: The phone comes with a web browser, PM’s Mann Ki Baat broadcaster, Facebook and such features but it does not feature or support WhatsApp at the moment.
  • Music: You can also play music on this phone via Jio Music and there are other features which you can use in this phone via the Jio App. The calling feature is free for life time.
  • SIM slot: The phone will support only a single GSM SIM. The phone won’t support 2G only 3G and 4G connections shall be supported. Also, it will have 4G India Band 40.
  • OS: It will feature KaiOS. This OS is basically used in most feature phones. It is the fork version of Mozilla Firefox for the Windows PC.
  • Internal Memory: It will come with a 512MB RAM but the internal memory will be 4GB. You can expand the memory using microSD slot (up to 128 GB only).
  • Camera: It will not have a front camera. There shall be a rear camera but there won’t be any flash.

How to Register for JioPhone Online

  • Go to  over there you will see the big banner with the phone either click on that banner and go to the new page or visit here directly – 
  • Fill out your name, email, phone number and pin code and read the terms and conditions before finally submitting the form. You will get a success message.
  • You might also receive an email or a SMS soon from Jio which will tell you that their team will contact you shortly. If you get a call receive it and they will give you the further details.

Jio Phone Plan and Security Deposit

You can recharge this phone for Rs. 153 for which you will get 500MB of free data each day for 28 days. You can also do a Rs. 24 or Rs. 54 recharge which will give you two days and seven days data respectively. You also have to deposit Rs. 1500 initially as a security, which is refundable after 3 years.


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Ration Money Allowance Eligibility Rules Tax In 7th Pay Commission

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Jul 192017

Ration Money Allowance Eligibility Rules Tax In 7th Pay Commission 

What is Ration Money Allowance?

Ration Money allowances is an amount of money that is paid to the personnel and officers working in defence forces. Ration money is being paid to all those personnel under Defence forces, Delhi police, CAPF, IB and others who are posted in Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

RMA is a special allowance that is given to those officers who don’t dine in the force mess. This specific sort of money is considered as the ration or meal allowances for the officers who are posted in hardship areas or mainly do not take dine in the official mess.

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Eligibility for Ration Money Allowances

  • As said it is given to the officers under Defence Forces who are posted in Andaman and Nicobar Island. Also those who are not dining in the official defence mess.
  • Hardship places where Defence force officers, CAPF, Delhi Police, A&N, and Indian Reserve Battalion Officers are posted or working will be eligible to get ration money allowances.
  • No free ration will be provided to the officials who are eligible for ration Money Allowances. The ration money will be directly credited to their bank account on monthly basis.
  • Non-gazetted officers as well as gazetted officers under diverse defence force will also be eligible for the allowances. The amount of allowances for the gazetted officer is lower than the non-gazetted officers.
  • Ration Money Allowances will be paid when officers are on leave. 30 days full leave, 20 days half leave and if on casual leave, then only the allowances will be granted.

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Ration Money Allowances Rules:

  • If the government or ministry is failed to supply the ration food to the place where the officers are posted or the distance of ration shop to the residence / living area of the officer is more than 3.2 kms. Then officers can draw ration money.
  • If the officers are travelling on duty or for any other official work, then instead of having food they can draw ration money allowances. Also if the officer is unable to take the facility of rationing due to disability or physical issues then he/she can draw ration money allowances.

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Ration Money Allowances for CAPF Personnel | CPMF 

For the Central Armed Police Forces, the non-gazetted officers draw Rs. 95.52/- per day per head as the ration money allowances. On the other, the gazetted officers draw Rs 79.93/- per day per head for the same. According to 7th CPC the rate of gazetted officer for the allowances was asked to raise for the CAPF and others. However it does not take place.

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Ration Money Allowance for Paramilitary Forces

The Ration Money Allowance for the paramilitary forces is Rs. 95/- per day per head. The amount was same before the revision of the allowances for defence forces in the year 2017. There is no increase in the rate of their allowances.

Compare to US paramilitary who are currently drawing $200 per month Indian soldiers are not getting even a half portion of food rationing money in India.

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Ration Money Allowance Army Officers

Ra. 95.52/- per head per day is the ration money allowances granted for the Indian Army officers after the 7th CPC revision took place in 2017. The revised allowances will be applicable from 1st of July 2017. The ration money allowances will be credited to their bank accounts whoever will be unable to get free ration from their mess.

After the revised allowances under 7th CPC is finally announced by the cabinet, it is decided that no free ration of food will be distributed but RMA will be provided to all the eligible officers and personnel.

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Ration Money Arrear

The Ration money allowances are decided and revised by the defence and home ministry of India. After 7th CPC the cabinet declared the final rates of the allowances. It is still the same as it was in earlier time. According to the cabinet ministry the Ration Money Arrears will be paid according to the new rule and eligibility and will be credited to the bank account of the personnel directly.

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Ration Money Allowance in 7th CPC 2017

After 7th CPC final reports it is decided that the Ration Money Allowances will not be discontinued. Though the CAPF and the other personnel had recommended increasing the allowance for the gazetted officers but this didn’t take place.After 7th CPC there will not be any free ration to the officers who are eligible for Ration Money Allowances. The amount will be directly credited to the bank account of the officers.

Also the recommendation said that it must be exempted from the income tax slabs. However according to the 7th CPC new revised report the planning commission didn’t turn it down from the IT slabs. It is said by the authority that food allowances or money related to ration facility must not be added under the Income Tax slab.


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Tough Location Allowance Rules Policy Tax in 7CPC Plans

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Jul 082017

Tough Location Allowance Rules Policy Tax in 7CPC Plans

The Tough Location Allowance has been added in the 7th Pay Commission as a means of providing financial support to those who live in some difficult parts of India. The allowances are made to support employees who are in spaces around India where it may be difficult to find consistent work or to make money.

The allowance takes in a number of different allowances that had been utilized in the past. It subsumed the Special Compensatory Allowance and the Sunderban Allowance as well as the Tribal Area Allowance. These are all allowances that had long been used within the country for a variety of general purposes.

The allowances will be used as different cells of the R&H Matrix. The funds being given as a part of these allowances will range from Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 5,300 per month for each person who qualifies for the system. The totals vary by each person and will be analyzed on an individual basis to ensure that a proper system of payouts works as well as possible.

The general plan here is to help with simplifying the process of getting an allowance while living in one of these areas. As a result, it should be easier for people to apply for the allowance at their local governmental offices. This is critical for people living in regions that are at a disadvantage due to how they are located in spots where it might be difficult to use certain services.

Understanding the Allowance

The Tough Location Allowance works with a series of standards in mind:

  • A person’s location has to be analyzed at the start. This is to determine if a person can qualify for a particular allowance over time based on how well the location can handle economic activities.
  • A person’s profession is then reviewed. This includes a review based on points like farming, manufacturing or other functions. The employee is analyzed based on how much of a disadvantage a person has for getting products out to different parts of India.
  • The government then makes a calculation of what someone may be able to afford. This includes a review based on the economic impact of one’s work and what can be handled at a certain time for different functions.

Tough Location Allowance Policy

Allowances may be provided based on geographic location. The areas that are covered entail three categories based on accessibility and how well the local economy may work. The rates are all previously determined based on many factors relating to where one is applying out of. This is used to control the rates at which the allowance will be given out to the public.

Tough Location Allowance – I, II or III

The three location sections that are represented by the Tough Location Allowance are divided into a series of key categories. The first entails remote localities that may be too far to reach in most cases. The second is for tribal areas that might be poorer than others. The third is for those who are in poor climate areas and may struggle to grow foods or prepare all sorts of other assets for the public’s consumption.

Is the TLA Taxable or Not?

The TLA cannot work with the Special Duty Allowance. This comes as some staff members of many businesses in recent time have been aiming to get the allowance to be paid with the TLA. As a result, some taxes may be applied onto the TLA. The rate involved will vary based on the particular program a person is getting into at a given moment.

What About SDA Plans?

The TLA will not work with the Special Duty Allowance in the Northeast or Ladakh areas or on the Islands. The Central Government will allow employees in such cases to get access to SCRLA plans at particular rates that have been revised in accordance with certain standards as they are established. This helps with seeing that people can continue to qualify for certain benefits.


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Risk and Hardship Matrix in 7th Pay Commission

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Jul 052017

Risk and Hardship Matrix in 7th Pay Commission

As the new 7th pay commission will benefit more than 47 lakh in service central govt. employees all across the country. In addition to this, more than 53 lakh retired govt. employees will have their pensions revived under the new recommendations.

In addition to hike in the salary structures, structures of several allowances will also be modified, including the hardship allowance. The govt. provides extra allowance known as hardship allowance to all the employees who perform duty in high risk conditions and hazardous situations. This extra allowance is provided to the employees who push their physical and mental limit to perform dangerous operations and serve the country. Under the newly proposed risk and hardship matrix, some changes are brought which will be implemented from 1st July, 2017.

Risk and Hardship Matrix in 7th Pay Commission

Hardship allowance policy and calculation

On the basis of pay bands of the govt. employees, the hardship allowance is calculated. The rate of hardship allowance is calculated with the help of one hardship matrix. This provides a chart of the different rates of risk and hardship calculations which will be implemented such as low or medium or high, depending on the nature of job. The newly proposed risk and hardship matrix has two fields – Risk and Hardship, having parameters low, medium and high. The matrix is divided into nine cells with one extra cell in the top of the matrix which will be specific to Siachen Allowance only, which is provided to those defense personnel performing tuff duty at the Siachen Glacier.

  • RH-MAX will only be provided to those defense personnel deputed at Siachen Glacier. Jawans and JCOs (Below level 8) will get Rs. 21,000 per month as risk and hardship allowance. Where as senior officers above Level 9 will get Rs. 31,500 per month as Siachen Allowance.
  • This allowance was limited to Rs. 14,000 before 7th CPC which was very low compared to the risks involved in the service.
  • The rates of the risk and hardship allowances will get incremented after the Dearness allowance gets more than 50 %. Most of the hardship allowances has the fitment factor of 1.5 by this the allowance is calculated.

(Level >=9 – Rs. 31,500)

(Level <=8 – Rs. 21,000)


High Medium Low
Risk High R1H1

(Level >=9 – Rs. 25,000)

(Level <=8 – Rs. 17,300)



(Level >=9 – Rs. 16,900)

(Level <=8 – Rs. 9,700)



(Level >=9 – Rs. 5,300)

(Level <=8 – Rs. 4,100)


Medium R2H1

(Level >=9 – Rs. 16,900)

(Level <=8 – Rs. 9,700)



(Level >=9 – Rs. 10,500)

(Level <=8 – Rs. 6,000)



(Level >=9 – Rs. 3,400)

(Level <=8 – Rs. 2,700)


Low R3H1

(Level >=9 – Rs. 5,300)

(Level <=8 – Rs. 4,100)



(Level >=9 – Rs. 3,400)

(Level <=8 – Rs. 2,700)



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Siachen Soldiers Salary Allowance In 7th Pay Commission

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Jul 052017

Siachen Soldiers Salary Allowance In 7th Pay Commission

As per the latest news regarding the new pay commission, the govt. has finally cleared all the demands regarding the Siachen Allowance increment which will provide benefit as well as relief to thousands of soldiers in the Indian armed forces. Siachen is one of the highest and the most risky front where Indian Army has its presence. With harsh climatic conditions to survive, those who are posted in the Siachen Glacier are provided with a special allowance due to their hardship in performing duty. With the implementation of 7th pay commission from 1st July, 2017, the added allowance which is provided to the armed forces for performing duty at Siachen glacier will be raised.You can read here Army Pay Scale Allowance and Perks In 7th Pay Commission

Siachen Soldiers Salary Allowance In 7th Pay Commission

Siachen Glacier Allowance

Siachen Glacier is the highest and harshest front where Indian Army serves throughout the year, defying all their physical and mental limits. History speaks that the Indian Army has lost numerous soldiers not because of enemy attack, but due to the harsh climatic conditions there. Before the recommendations of the new pay commission i.e. the 7th CPC, the soldiers serving in the Siachen Glacier used to get Rs. 14 thousand per month in addition to their existing salary as Siachen Glacier Allowance. This amount was quite low compared to the amount of physical and mental strain they suffered while on duty on those fronts. So the Central Govt. decided to revive this hardship allowance to motivate the armed forces.You can read here Risk Allowance Policy In 7th Pay Commission.

Siachen Soldiers Salary

The existing pay structures which the soldiers posted in Siachen Glacier are getting will be revised under the new 7th Pay Commission implementation. this will double the pay structures of the jawans as well as the officers posted in the sector. In accordance to the proposed hike in the salary structures of the govt. employees, the armed forces who are deputed to the Siachen Glacier will have their Basic as well as their Grade pay revised along with other allowances. The govt. has abolished some allowances which were being provided before, however some are kept unaltered like the Travelling Allowance. The Siachen Allowance has been hiked to benefit the defense personnel. You can read here Paramilitary Forces Salary In 7th Pay Commission

Siachen Hardship Allowance

Below are the approved structures of the Siachen Hardship Allowance which the govt. will provide with effect from 1st July, 2017 to those defense personnel who are deputed to the highest battle field of the country i.e. the Siachen Glacier. This hardship allowance will be added to the newly hiked salary under the 7th pay commission.

  • The Jawans and the JCOs who are below Level 8 were getting the Siachen hardship allowance of Rs. 14,000 per month along with their existing salary and other allowances.
  • With the new recommendations, this Siachen hardship allowance will become Rs. 30,000 a month. The proposed allowance under the 7th pay commission was Rs. 21,000 per month.
  • Previously as per the 7th pay commission recommendation, the service officers who are serve at Level 9 and above would be getting a monthly allowance of Rs. 21,000. this has been increased to Rs. 42,500 per month.You can read here Hardship Allowance Matrix In 7th Pay Commission.


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