President of Pakistan is pleased to announce for Federal government pay scale chart 2016-2017 for the civil employees of the Federal Govt. Every year the pay scale is prepared after the announcement of the annual budget which is announced in the month of June and the basic salaries are scheduled in the month of July every year. There are total 1 to 22 grades of posts and the Basic Pay Scale (BPS) is opt to decide the per month package such as the basic salary of a BPS 1 employee is Rs. 7790/- but after adding allowances and other benefits it becomes Rs. 14, 840/-. Moreover here on this page we are also telling you about the revision of chart, fixation of pay of the existing employees, fixation of pay on promotion and annual increment as well as the ad-hoc (contact base) relief allowances. Above all the Government has also set a pay scale for special certified programs such as for ICMA/ ACCA/ NIPA and SAS/PFA. It is also informed you that if the pay scale is revised in 2017 but you are during a duty since 2015 then the increment will be added into your basic salary and your salary will be increased. Further, keep on reading this post to get Federal Government pay scale chart 2016-2017.
Federal Government Pay Scale Chart 2016-2017
The following is BPS 2016 chart while the BPS chart for 2017 will be revised in June and will effect from July 2017. The Government of Pakistan Finance Division (Regulations Wing) prepare the BPS every year with eh coordination of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) by keeping under-view the budget of the current ongoing year.
Basic Pay Scale BPS 2016 Table
For Detailed Analyzes See the Below Frame
Every Civil employee of Federal Govt. owned department, institute or organization receive his/ her salary according to his scale written in the table. Every year the increment is added into the salary every year, so you are informed to stay in touch with this page to get the federal Government pay scale chart 2016-2017. As soon as the budget is announced we will update this page new schedule will be uploaded above this page.