Easy Steps to Calculate your 7th Pay Commission New Pay Scale

Here you can get the step by step process to calculate your new pay scale after implementation of 7th Pay Commission  using Matrix table. Just follow this steps as given in this article to Calculate your 7th Pay Commission New Pay Scale.

Let us Assume you are drawing Grade Pay Rs.4200 and Pay in the Band Pay Rs.12110. To calculate your Basic Pay and Allowance follow the steps given below.


Calculate your sixth CPC basic Pay 
                  ( Grade Pay + Band Pay)   = 4200+12110= 16310


Multiply the above figure with 7th CPC Fitment Formula 2.57
16310 x 2.57 = 41916.70 . ( Paisa to be rounded off to the nearest Rupee)
                           The Ans is = Rs.41917


Match this Answer with Matrix Table ( Given Below) Figures assigned in Grade Pay column Rs.4200


7th cpc new pay matrix

There is no matching figure we arrived above in this matrix, so the closest higher figure assigned in the Grade Pay column can be chosen ie is Rs. 42300

So , Rs 42300 is your New 7th CPC Basic Pay


Identify your HRA

HRA has been revised as 24%, 16% and 8% for 30% , 20% and 10% respectively

So if you are in 30% HRA Bracket, your HRA in 7th CPC is 24% vis versa.

Let us assume now you are in 30% HRA bracket, your revised HRA is 24%

Find the 24% of the Basic Pay  =   42300 x 24/100 = 10152

 Your HRA is Rs.10152


Identify your TPTA (Transport Allowance)

7th CPC Recommends Transport Allowance for three Category of Employees for Two Types of Places

7th cpc TPTA Transport Allowance

And since your Grade Pay is 4200 you fall in Second category

ie Grade Pay 2000 to 4800 – Rs 3600+DA

Your TPTA is Rs. 3600/- (DA is Nil as on 1.1.2016)


(Sine DA will be Zero from 1.1.2016 So no need to calculate the DA to calculate 7th Pay and Allowances from 1.1.2016)

Add all the figures 

New Basic Pay + HRA+TPTA = 42300+10152+3600 = 56052

 Your revised 7th CPC Grass pay as on 1.1.2016  =  Rs.56052

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