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7th Pay Commission latest news: Major reason to cheer for around 3,80,000 employees

Jan 16, 2019, 18:02 PM IST
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7th Pay Commission: The long-pending demand of all the state government employees and even lakhs of private sector employees of the education sector has been fulfilled by the Narendra Modi government by an announcement made yesterday on January 15. The announcement was made by Union Minister Prakash Javadekar. The academic staffs of all the state governments have been demanding implementations of the 7th Pay Commission. Teachers and professors of states like Uttar Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir had even hit the roads for their demands. 

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7th Pay Commission pay hike: Who all are eligible?

7th Pay Commission pay hike: Who all are eligible?

7th Pay Commission: Prakash Javadekar said that the Centre has approved the proposal to extend the 7th Central Pay Commission to the teachers and other academic staff of the State Governments and Government aided degree level technical institutions in the country. (Reuters)

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7th Pay Commission: Pay hike for 3.8 lakh employees

7th Pay Commission: Pay hike for 3.8 lakh employees

7th pay commission: In an unprecedented decision, the minister said that the move will directly benefit a total of 29,264 teachers and other academic staff of State Government funded institutes. Besides this, about 3.5 lakh teachers and other academic staff of private colleges/institutions within the purview of AICTE will also benefit from the approval. (IANS)

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7th Pay Commission: Higher pay for high academic standards

7th Pay Commission: Higher pay for high academic standards

7th Pay Commission: Prakash Javadekar said that the implementation of 7th pay commission recommendations in State Government Aided/funded and AICTE approved technical institutes will help them in attracting and retaining the faculty of high academic standards.  (IANS)

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7th Pay Commission: 36 months arrears

7th Pay Commission: 36 months arrears

7th Pay Commission: The government said that the pay hike for the academic staffs will be implemented retrospectively from January 1, 2016. This means the staffs will also be getting arrears for 36 months along with the pay hike. (Reuters)

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Modi government will reimburse 50% of the total additional expenditure

Modi government will reimburse 50% of the total additional expenditure

7th Pay Commission: The minister said that the Central Government will reimburse 50% of the total additional expenditure (from 1.1.2016 to 31.3.2019) to be incurred by these institutes for payment of arrears on account of 7th CPC implementation.  (Reuters)

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