tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5445861462841890635.post8151330097802711724..comments2018-04-04T18:22:33.151+05:30Comments on LATEST CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES PORTAL: Easy steps to Calculate your Basic Pension in 7th Pay Commission-GservantsVelayudham Haridasnoreply@blogger.comBlogger8125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5445861462841890635.post-1538472005082145852016-08-06T15:53:26.695+05:302016-08-06T15:53:26.695+05:30How to calculate new Basic Pension for a Family Pe...How to calculate new Basic Pension for a Family Pension in the 7th CPC who has drawn Rs.4407/- in the 6th CPC as on 1.1.2006. Now the BP is 4887/- + DR of 125%. Can anyone tell us what is the new BP in 7th CPC.P.V.Krishna Kumarhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14809609225057056571noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5445861462841890635.post-12511709918383515102016-08-06T15:51:24.456+05:302016-08-06T15:51:24.456+05:30What is the revised Basic Pension in 7th CPC from ...What is the revised Basic Pension in 7th CPC from 1.1.2016 for a Family Pensioner who has drawn Rs.4407/- as on 1.1.2006 in 6th CPC and currently drawing Rs.4887/- + 125% DR as on 1.1.2016. ? The Family Pensioner is 83 years old and he is also in receipt of Addl. Pension @ 20% on 4887/-.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5445861462841890635.post-57572863995746202992016-08-06T15:48:10.968+05:302016-08-06T15:48:10.968+05:30How to calculate new Basic Pension for a Family Pe...How to calculate new Basic Pension for a Family Pension in the 7th CPC who has drawn Rs.4407/- in the 6th CPC as on 1.1.2006. Now the BP is 4887/- + DR of 125%(1.1.2016). Can anyone tell us what is the new Basic Pension in 7th CPC as on 1.1.2016 that is likely to be fixed ?P.V.Krishna Kumarhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14809609225057056571noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5445861462841890635.post-6321483172769497952016-07-06T17:59:45.018+05:302016-07-06T17:59:45.018+05:30No grade pay as such to the retired employees prio...No grade pay as such to the retired employees prior to VI pay commission. and If so how their pension calculation under option II.<br />RegardsC Krishnan nair<br />Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5445861462841890635.post-56690478381460210732016-01-08T20:26:18.994+05:302016-01-08T20:26:18.994+05:30I aagree with Mr.Madan Mohan Joshi. This is the r...I aagree with Mr.Madan Mohan Joshi. This is the right and correct way to calculate number of increment earned at the time of retirement. Accordingle pay should be fixed taking into account the number of increment in the level of pay matrix so reched and half of the amount would be basic revised pension as per 7th CPC recommendationDurga Prasad Shawhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17153691596546663139noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5445861462841890635.post-22613255682076448592016-01-08T20:18:46.739+05:302016-01-08T20:18:46.739+05:30I agree with Mr.Madan Mohan Joshi. This is the rig...I agree with Mr.Madan Mohan Joshi. This is the right way to calculate number of increments earned at the time retirement in the scale of pay by the pensioner .D P SHAW SO(Retired) DRAT, Kolkatanoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5445861462841890635.post-57130981375794220852016-01-08T16:45:45.947+05:302016-01-08T16:45:45.947+05:30The total pension = basic pension + DA admissible
...The total pension = basic pension + DA admissible<br /><br />What would be the DA percentage for the new basic pension calculated ?8<br />Giridhar Nemakalhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17646092602261615390noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5445861462841890635.post-66344738273545691952015-12-19T13:13:24.767+05:302015-12-19T13:13:24.767+05:30The easiest way to caculate pension by the second ...The easiest way to caculate pension by the second method is to locate after how many increments your last basic pay reached at the time of retirement. To calculate this you make a table starting from the initial basic pay + grade pay as the first point and then go on adding 3% every year for next stages, e.g.,<br />In the scale of 15600-30100 with GP 6600<br />First stage is 15600+6600=22200<br />next with 3% increment is 22866<br />next with 3% increment is 23552 and so on. This way you may find the number of increments your basic pay at the time of your retirement earned to arrive at that stage.<br />Now you go to the matrix of scales and find your new position after allowing the increments you have thus calculated. Now half that amount will be your basic pension. This method will surely prove beneficial to all old pensioners.MADAN MOHAN JOSHIhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/11416029267963125634noreply@blogger.com