7th pay commission for Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh government employees: The move is estimated to cost the government around Rs 4,800 crore annually and will include all other allowances, including children education allowance, hostel allowance, transport allowance, LTC, fixed medical allowance to the employees.
7th Pay Commission: The revised special allowance per month for vice-chancellors, pro-vice-chancellors, principals in PG college and principal in undergraduate colleges will be Rs 11,250, Rs 9000, Rs 6750, and Rs 4500 respectively.
7th Pay Commission: HRD issues ordinance to grant teachers allowances as per 7th pay commission, said HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar. UGC increases honorarium for guest faculty. Retired teachers can work as guest faculty members till the age of 70 with a maximum salary of Rs 50,000 per month.
1.5 lakh of 17 lakh staff withdraw from three-day agitation. The other demands include payment of dearness allowance (DA) for 14 months, five-day working week and increasing the retirement age to 60 years.
7th Pay Commission: Maharashtra government is also considering the demand for granting child care leave (CCL) for two years (730 days) to women government employees and 15 days paternal leave for male staffers, Mungantiwar said.
There had been demands from the employees and workers of the municipalities and commune panchayats that the pay panel report should be implemented to revise their pay structure also on par with government staff, PWD Minister A Namassivayam said.
In a big bonanza to central employees and pensioners, the seventh Pay Commission on Thursday recommended a 23.55 per cent increase in salary, allowances and pension along with a virtual one-rank-one-pension for civilians, involving an additional outgo of Rs 1.02 lakh crore a year. A minimum pay of Rs 18,000 per month and a maximum […]