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7th Pay Commission Promotion: Minimum Qualification Service Norms Revised for Promotion of Central Government Employees

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has changed the Minimum Qualifying Service Criteria for promotion as per 7th CPC Pay Matrix and Pay Levels in a move affecting over 31 lakh serving employees of the Central Government. It may be noted that as per the government data, there were more than 31.91 lakh employees under the Central Government as on 01.03. Against the sanctioned strength of 40.78 lakh in 2020 and around 21.75% posts were vacant.

In an Office Memorandum issued by DoPT dated 20th September, 2022 and signed by the Under Secretary to the Government of India, the Department stated that the Office Memorandum dated 9.8.2016 had advised all Ministries/Departments to change the pay structure as recommended. 7th pay commission.

It said that the DoPT, in consultation with the UPSC, reviewed the instructions relating to pay matrix and promotion and decided to revise the norms prescribing the ‘minimum qualifying service required for promotion as per 7th CPC pay matrix and pay level’.

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It directed the departments concerned to incorporate the revised norms prescribing the minimum eligibility service required for promotion as per the pay matrix and pay levels of the Seventh Central Pay Commission. “Therefore, all Ministries/Departments are requested to follow due process for implementing necessary amendments in the Recruitment Rules/Service Rules in this regard,” the DoPT said.

The DoPT said the decision was taken as a directive to revise the minimum qualifying service required for promotion, as the 7th CPC Pay Matrix was not released till September 20. “Though the levels in the Revised Pay Matrix as per 7th CPC Pay Matrix generally coincide. The need for prescribing the service was felt,” it said.

The revised norms prescribed by DoPT are given below.

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The Ministry further said, “Recruitment/Service Rules are statutory in nature. Further, any amendment to these Rules generally has a potential effect. Therefore, wherever necessary, the appropriate ‘Security Clause’ shall be incorporated in the amendment.” Recruitment / proposed in the service for existing incumbents holding feeder posts on regular basis, where the eligibility for promotion as prescribed in the existing rules is being enhanced and where the change is likely to affect the promotion of these incumbents. Chances are.”

The DoPT asked the Ministries and Departments to initiate necessary action to complete the amendment of the rules in case of Group A and Group B posts within six months.

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