7th Pay Commission: There is good news for these government employees of this state

Aug 04, 2018, 08:13 PM IST

7th Pay Commission: Even as central government employees wait for some good news about a pay hike, the staff of this particular state have got a big reason to celebrate on Friday. In some big news, seventh pay commission report has been cleared for this segment of government staff. The bonanza has been announced for employees of colleges and universities.



7th Pay Commission: The Haryana government on Friday approved revision of pay scales as per the seventh pay commission. The salaries have been increased and this will benefit teaching and non-teaching staff of government universities and colleges and government-aided colleges.


7th Pay Commission: The order is to be implemented with retrospective effect from January 1, 2016. This pay HIKE WILL LEAD TO an additional annual outgo of Rs 230.6 crore for the state, revealed Finance Minister Abhimanyu in the CM ML Khatter led BJP government.


7th Pay Commission: Abhimanyu, in a statement said, "With this decision, teaching and non-teaching staff working on 2,853 posts in various universities and colleges in the state would be benefited."


7th Pay Commission: Assistant professors of universities and colleges will now get Rs 57,700-79,800 whereas, associate professors will be paid Rs 131,400 and professors Rs 144,200-Rs 182,200.


7th Pay Commission: Assistant librarians of universities and colleges will get Rs 57,700-Rs 68,900 and deputy librarians are entitled to Rs 79,800-Rs 131,400 and librarians will get Rs 144,200.



7th Pay Commission: The number of teaching and non-teaching employees who would be benefited from the raised pay included 1,990 in government colleges, 2,956 in government-aided colleges, 332 in Kurukshetra University, 287 in Maharshi Dayanand University-Rohtak, and the rest in five other government universities, said Finance Minister Abhimanyu.


7th Pay Commission: As far as the central government employees are concerned, they are waiting for the big day to roll around when the announcement will be made regarding their salaries. The demand is for a fitment factor hike to 3.68 times and the raising of minimum salaries to Rs 26,000.