Forget 7th pay commission, these teachers may lose pension, even pay back whopping Rs 4.5 lakh to government

Nov 30, 2018, 16:18 PM IST
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7th pay commission: While central and state government employees are getting pay as per the recommendations of the 7th pay commission, a large section of employees are yet to get these benefits. Most of the employees who fall in this section are from academics like teachers and professors. Academicians of Jammu and Kashmir, Bihar and some other states are still waiting for a pay hike and benefits as recommended by the 7th pay commission. Even though this is the  state of affairs, these employees are facing a huge penalty because of faulty distribution of increments that they have received and now have been told to pay back! 

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7th pay commission: Miscommunication to cost teachers up to Rs 4.5 lakh

7th pay commission: Miscommunication to cost teachers up to Rs 4.5 lakh

While state government teachers  and professors are still awaiting the 7th pay commission benefits to be cleared for them, employees of Delhi University have received this shocking news. A miscommunication between the Ministry of HRD and the Delhi University is all set to cost some professors either Rs 4.5 lakh or their retirement pensions! (Representative image: DU Website)

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7th pay commission: 300 Professors to return salaries

7th pay commission: 300 Professors to return salaries

Yes, you read it right. Around 300 DU professor may soon have to return the money they earned over the last 20 years, reported Millennium Post. (Representative image: DU Website)

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7th pay commission: Issue with 5th Pay Commission hike

7th pay commission: Issue with 5th Pay Commission hike

According to an MHRD circular dated March 24, 1999, around 300 lecturers were given a pay hike making their salaries Rs 14,940 in line with the 5th pay commission. (Representative image: DU Website)

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7th pay commission: University admits mistake

7th pay commission: University admits mistake

Now after almost 22 years after the hike, the university shocked these employees by saying that it made a mistake while implementing the pay hike. The university has now asked the employees to return the extra money paid to them over the last 22 years. (Representative image: IANS)

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7th pay commission: Employees to lose pension

7th pay commission: Employees to lose pension

If they fail to do so, they will have to lose their pension. Some of these employees will have to return as much as Rs 4.5 lakh to retain their pension. However, the pension of those employees who have either retired or superannuated will be put on hold until they return the money. (Representative image: Agencies)

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7th pay commission: Yet to get 7th CPC benefits

7th pay commission: Yet to get 7th CPC benefits

At present, the employees are getting their salaries as per the 6th pay commission even as 7th pay commission salary hike benefits are yet to reach them. (Representative image: Reuters)

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