7th CPC Pay Calculator based on 7th CPC Recommendation
7th Pay Commission Pay calculator and fixation formula Project
The expected 7th CPC basic pay given below is created by comparing the previous pay commissions. This is a purely a personal view of http://govtempdiary.com/
Let us have a look at how the Basic Pay was determined in the previous pay commissions.
How the 2nd CPC Pay Fixation was created?
The 2nd Pay Commission was created from the 1st pay commission using a pointto point method.
Example sample table:
First pay commission 
Second pay commission 
Rs 30.535 
Rs 70180EB185 
Rs 35150260 
75185295 EB 3110 
Rs 6001030015450 
Rs 32515475EB20575 

We have attached some samples of the 2nd Pay Commission Pay Scales & fixation Orders(1947)
How the 3rd CPC Pay Fixation formula was created?
Basic pay on 1.1.1973 
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Dearness pay as on .1.1.1973 
***** 
Dearness allowance as on 1.1.1973 
***** 
Interim relief 
***** 
Total amount 
***** 
Add 5% of basic pay 
***** 
Total (New Basic) 
***** 
When we study the Pay Fixation Formula of the 3^{rd} Pay Commission given above, we will come to know that the Basic Pay provided in the 3^{rd} Pay Commission is the sum of the 2^{nd} Pay Commission’s Basic Pay, Dearness Pay, Dearness Allowance and Interim Relief and 5% of 2^{nd} Pay Commission’s Basic Pay. To know more about this, kindly see the Fitment Table and the Pay Fixation Order attached.
Download here fitment table–— Pay fixation orders(1st – 6thcpc)
How the 4th CPC Pay Fixation formula was created?
Basic pay as on 1.1.1986 
**** 
DA ,ADA,and adhoc DA 
**** 
Interim relief first 
**** 
Interim relief second 
**** 
Add 20% basic pay 
**** 
Total (New Basic) 
**** 
When we examine the 4^{th} Pay Commission Pay Fixation shown above, we can understand that the Basic Pay of the 4^{th} Pay Commission is arrived by adding the 3^{rd} Pay Commission’s Basic Pay along with Dearness Allowance, Interim Relief I and II and 20 % of the 3^{rd} Pay Commission’s Basic Pay.
In order to know more about this, please refer to the Fitment table and Pay Fixation orders attached here.
Download here fitment table–— Pay fixation orders
Next let us see how the 5th CPC pay fixation was made?
Basic pay on 1.1.1976 
**** 
Dearness Allowance 
**** 
First interim relief 
**** 
Second interim relief 
**** 
Add 40% basic pay 
**** 
If increment (1,2 ,3) 
**** 
Total (New Basic) 
**** 
If we study the Pay Fixation formula of the 5^{th} Pay commission, we can find that the Basic Pay of the 5^{th} Pay Commission is fixed by combining the 4^{th} Commission Basic Pay, Dearness Allowance, Interim Relief I and II and by adding 40% of the 4^{th} Commission’s Basic Pay. To know more about this please refer the Fitment Table and the Pay Fixation order forms attached below.(Pay commission recommend 20% after it will be change to 40%)
Download here fitment table— Pay fixation orders
How the 6^{th} CPC pay fixation formed?
On what basis is the minimum Pay Band & Grade Pay created?(Click here)
Pay fixation in case where pay scales have been merged e.g pre revised pay scale of Rs of 50008000,55009000 and Rs 650010500
Existing scale pay 
Rs 50001508000 
Pay band applicable 
PB2 Rs 930034800 
Merged with the scale of pay 
Rs 650020010500 
Existing basic pay on 1.1.2006 
Rs 5600 
Pay after multiplication by a factor of 1.86 (How to come 1.86) BASIC PAY+DP+DA 5600+2800+2016=10416(1.86) 
Rs 10416(Rounded off to Rs 10420) 
Pay in the pay band after including benefit 
Rs 10420 
40% of the maximum of the basic pay in each of the prerevised pay scale 
Rs.4200 
Revised basic pay –Total of pay in pay band and grade pay(New Basic) 
Rs.14620 
If you look at the 6th Pay Commission Pay Fixation formula, we can find a difference in that the Basic Pay is divided in to two as to Pay Band and Grade Pay. Based on this, the Pay Band is arrived by summing up the 5th Pay Commission Basic Pay, Dearness Pay and Dearness Allowance (1.86 Multiple Factor). 40% of the Maximum of pre revised Pay Scale of the 5th Pay Commission is added to the Grade Pay that is paid as usual and the Grade Pay is determined.
Download here 6th cpc fitment table
Click here to learn how the Pay Band and Grade Pay came into practice.
7^{th} CPC Pay Fixation Formula Project 
If you look at the timetable above, a fact becomes clear. The Basic Pay in every new pay commission is derived by combining the Basic Pay from the previous pay commission and additional benefits like DA, Interim Relief I and II, and DP. Along with this a percentage is taken from the old Basic Pay and added to the above sum and given as new Basic Pay.
In the 6th Pay Commission alone, the total sum (that is got by adding) is given as Pay Band and a percentage from the usually paid additional amount is given as Grade Pay. Based on the above Pay Commissions,(3rd CPC 5%,4th CPC 20%,5th cpc,40%,6th cpc 40% Exiting maximum pre revised pay scale) approximately 50% has been added from the previous Basic Pay along with the Basic Pay and Dearness Allowance and the formula for the 7th Pay Commission Pay fixation projected thus arrived is given below
Basic pay as on an Jan 2016 
***** 
Dearness allowance 
***** 
Add 50% of basic pay 
***** 
Total of 7^{th} cpc basic pay (Projected)

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6th CPC Pay Band 
Pay In The Pay Band 
Grade Pay 
6th CPC Basic Pay 
7th CPC Project Basic Pay (50%) 
7th CPC Project Basic Pay (60%) 
7th CPC Project Basic Pay (70%) 
PB – I 5200 – 20200 
5200 
1800 
7000 
18830 
19530 
20230 
5830 
1900 
7730 
20795 
21568 
22341 

6460 
2000 
8460 
22760 
23606 
24452 

7510 
2400 
9910 
26665 
27656 
28647 

8560 
2800 
11360 
30560 
31696 
32832 

PB – II 9300 – 34800 
9300 
4200 
13500 
36320 
37670 
39020 
12540 
4600 
17140 
46110 
47824 
49538 

13350 
4800 
18150 
48825 
50640 
52455 

PB – III 15600 – 39100 
15600 
5400 
21000 
56490 
58590 
60690 
18750 
6600 
25350 
68195 
70730 
73265 

21900 
7600 
29500 
79360 
82310 
85260 

PB – IV 37400 – 67000 
37400 
8700 
46100 
124010 
128620 
133230 
40200 
8900 
49100 
132080 
136990 
141900 

43000 
10000 
53000 
142570 
147870 
153170 
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A certain percentage of the amount which is paid additionally is not same for all the scales. For some scales it is more and so favourable. That is why we have created the 7th CPC projector pay calculator in three different varieties