What will be salary after7th pay comission in karanataka

In this article we will discusswhat will the percentage of hike given by karnataka government and what will be the salary of employees after implementation of 7th pay comission.
We will calculate hike depending on the basic salary of employees alsowe will take DA and HRD into considaration for calculating gross salary after 7th pay comission.

Salary Discrimination compared to other states

Before we start our calculation on 7th pay comission we just take look at the gap of salry as compared to other 28 states in INDIA. The table below shows the salry difference in karanataka and other neighbouring states in terms of all group of employees like group D, Group C, Group B, GroupA.

Difference insalary for karnataka nd other states

So from above image we can see that their is huge difference salary for karanataka goivernment employees and other state employees doing same work. It varies somewhere around minimum 34.1 % to maximum of 135.82% for higher class employees.
Which shows a huge gap being made in terms of salary for all the karanataka employees. which needs to be improved if we want to make employees life better specially groupo D and Group C employees who get less salary compared to others.

CM Basavaraj Bommai Announced 7th pay for karnataka employees :

cm basavaraj bommai annouced 7th pay for government employees

September 6 Bangalore :

On the occasion of prasing the government employees for their good work in respective fields, government held a function in bangalore on 6th september. While addressing the employyes cm announced 7th pay comission for all the karnataka employees. cm said “In the next month that is octobar ” for sure i will be creating the pay comission recommendation comitte and once commite gives their report I will be implementing the 7th psy comission till the end of this year.
Also CM added that we alsocame up with one scheme which all government employees should follow that is togive 11000/- and take one cow and just take care of it under “punyakoti scheme” launched by karanataka government.
Cm also announced about “cash less medical treatment for ” all employees and their family on the occasion of prasing the government employees.

Salary Hike After 7th pay comission

Before we calculate what will be the salry hike after 7th pay we need to understand few things. Different states are giving different hikes for its employees like maharastra gave around 30% hike on the basic salary.
So it depends on state government how much hike they are willing to pay.
But if we talk in general then on an average evry state government has goven a hike of 30% to it’s employees till date.
So here we will consider same number as hike for karanataka employees as well and will be calculating the amount of hike.

Hike in 6th pay comission

Well first we will see what hike is given in 6th pay comission implemented by karanataka government in 2016

Below image shows calculations for6th pay comission implemented in 2016

6th pay comission calculations

As we can observe in above image the hike given for employees was 30% on their basic salary.
Here we will consider an exampleof a teacher whose basic salary will be around 14550/-. which is typicial for any employees in starting stage of their carrier.
Here we need to find 30% hike on their basic pay and also we need to consider DA (dearence allownce)

Salary after 6th pay

Below image shows the calculations of salary after 6th pay implementation

Calculation for 6th pay after implementation

Alright starting with basic salary is 14550/-
If we consider DA of 46% on basic it will come upto 6693/-
So basic salary = starting basic (14550) + DA (6693)
= 21243/- (This is net basic salary )

Hike = Basic salary + 30% of Basic salary
= 21243 + (30 * 21243) / 100
= 27615/-
After rounding
= 27650/-

So the above calculation shows what is the salary after 6th pay comission, now in the same way we will find the salary hike after 7th pay comission

Salary After 7th pay comission

We will start with basic salary after 6th pay in orderto find salary after 7th pay. Sofrom previous image we can see that basic salary is 27650/- which will be acting as basic salary for new pay comission.
Below image shows complete calculations for new pay comission

Salary after 7th pay implementation

So above we can see
Basic salary = 27650/-
DA of 27.50 % = 27.50 % (Basic salary)
= (27.50 * 27650)/100
= 7604/- (DA on basic salary )
HRA = 2212/-

Total = Basic + DA + HRA
= 27650 + 7604 + 2212
= 37466/- (Net basic salary before imcrement)
Round About = 37500

Now we will consider hike of only 20 % instead of 30 % just to be in safter side ………..!!!

Expected Hike is = 20%
Hike = 20% of Basic salary
= (20 * 37466)/100
= 7500/- (Hike amount after 7th pay )

Total Salary = Basic Salary + Hike Amount
= 37500 + 7500
= 45000/-

But still some calculation is remaining we wtill not added DA hike and HRA hike for 7th pay which wewill do here onwards

New Pay Final Calculations (7th pay)

Alright above we calculated salary after 20% hike givernment now we will just add our DA hike and HRA hike for completing the calculations
Below image shows DA with just 1% hike and HRA with just 8% hike which very normal for any government to give.
Note that HRA is not constant for all employees as rural employees will be getting less HRA as compared to Urban Employees. If you are living in any metropolitian city then yopur HRA will be more as compared to other same level employees working in rural ares as living expenses will be more in city and less in rural ares.
So you need to consider HRA depending on your place on living and work, here i am taking example of employee working in rural area so HRA is only 8% other wise it may goup 12% for district level and 16% foremployees working in bangalore for karanataka people.

Net new 7th pay calculation

As we can see in above Image

Basic = 450000/-
DA with 1% hike = 540/-
HRA 8% on basic = basic * 8%
= ( 450000* 8 ) / 100
= 3600/-
Net Payment = basic + DA +HRA
= 45000 + 540 + 3600
= 49050/- (Net salary for basic of 27650 in his present salary )

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