7th Pay Commission: Up to Rs 5,000 pay hike in November coming for these government employees
7th Pay Commission: The salary committee constituted to look into the 7th pay commission demand of the employees had submitted its report in March this year. A decision has been taken to fulfil the 9 demands of the Employees Union leaders and 5 demands by the government teachers.
7th Pay Commission: In a good news for lakhs of teachers and other government employees of Uttar Pradesh, the state government has accepted their demands to remove all pay disparities. The secretary of State Employee's Joint Council, SP Tiwari and General Secretary RK Nigam have said that the finance department may act next month to eliminate pay inequality. The move may increase the salary of the employees by up to Rs 5,000.
The salary committee constituted to look into the 7th pay commission demand of the employees had submitted its report in March this year. A decision has been taken to fulfil the 9 demands of the Employees Union leaders and 5 demands by the government teachers.
The differences in the salary of the employees have widened after the implementation of the 7th pay commission and the 6th pay commission. If the government works out the differences, the mid-level employees will benefit the most.
The state teachers have been demanding to increase the basic pay to Rs 17,140. They have conveyed to the chief secretary that the basic pay of the Assistant Teachers, recruited under the 6th Pay Commission, should be increased to Rs 17,140 per month. They have also demanded that the basic pay of the principals of the middle school should be hiked to Rs 18,150. The chief secretary has assured to look into this demand as well.
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Various section of Uttar Pradesh government employees has been protesting for their demands including pay hike and pension regularisation.