Pay Commission Updates

Panel rejects demand on graded rates for military service pay

  1. The pay panel has rejcted the demands on graded rates for military service pay, incentives for select ranks from Colonels to Lt Generals and inclusion of Lt Generals in higher income group.
  2. The commission accepted that the nature of duties of the armed forces is unique and calls for retention of MSP.
  3. To make Short Service Commission more attractive, the panel recommended that SSC officers be allowed to retire anytime between 7 to 10 years of service.
  4. Non-functional Upgradation should be extended to the officers of the defence forces and Central Armed Police Forces.

The pay panel has rejcted the demands on graded rates for military service pay, incentives for select ranks from Colonels to Lt Generals and inclusion of Lt Generals in higher income group.

  1. The commission accepted that the nature of duties of the armed forces is unique and calls for retention of MSP.
  2. To make Short Service Commission more attractive, the panel recommended that SSC officers be allowed to retire anytime between 7 to 10 years of service.
  3. Non-functional Upgradation should be extended to the officers of the defence forces and Central Armed Police Forces.
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