Implementation of Revised Pay Levels and Qualifying Service Criteria

The Ministry of Defence, Department of Defence, Government of India, has issued a circular (MoD ID No. 11(3)/2016- D(Civ-I)) dated 22.08.2023. The circular pertains to the circulation of an Office Memorandum (OM) issued by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoP&T) regarding “Revised Pay Levels as per recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission.”

Changes in Promotion Qualifications and Pay Levels for Defence Civilian Employees

Government of India
Ministry of Defence
(Department of Defence)
D(Civ-I)

MoD ID No. 11(3)/2016- D(Civ-I)

dated 22.08.2023

Subject:- Circulation of OM issued by DoP&T on “Revised Pay Levels as per recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission – Issue of instructions on revision in minimum qualifying service required for promotion” – regarding.

All concerned are requested to download the OM dated 04.07.2023 which is stated below, issued by Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) from the website of MoF/DoE OM dated 20.09.2022 which is stated below, issued by DoPT from the website of DoPT for necessary action/compliance. The provisions contained therein are duly applicable to Defence Civilian Employees paid from Defence Service Estimates. The same are also being uploaded on the Ministry of Defence/Department of Defence website under the link “Employees Corner > Seventh Central Pay Commission’ to facilitate the immediate implementation.

S.No.OM issued byOM No. & dateSubject
1Ministry of Personnel,
Public Grievances and Pensions/ Department of Personnel & Training
F. No. AB-14017/ 4/ 2021-Estt(RR) dated 20th September 2022Revised Pay Levels as per recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission – Issue of instructions on revision in minimum qualifying service required for promotion – regarding.

(Subhash Chand)
Under Secretary to the Govt of India
Tele: 23012414

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