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Revision of pay of teaching and other Staff in Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs)

August 31, 2010 1 comment

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23-1/2008-TS.II
Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Department of Higher Education
Technical Section-II
*****
Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi-01
Dated. 26th August 2010

To
The Director,
All Centrally Funded Technical Institutions

Subject: – Revision of pay of teaching and other Staff in Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs) following the pay revision of the Central Government employees on the recommendation of 6th Central Pay Commission ( 6 CPC).

Sir,

I am directed to refer to this Ministry’s order of even number dated 18th August, 2009 and to say that the movement of Professors from AGP of Rs. 10500/- to AGP of 12000/-[as mentioned at para (1 (iv) 3) and para 2 (d) of the order dated 18th August 2009] would be effective from a prospective date i e. from the date of issue of orders and as such it would not be effective from 01 01 2006

2. This issues with approval of Secretary (HE)

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Yours faithfully
R.C.Meena)
Economic Advisor

Tamil Nadu govt employees to get hike in salaries

August 26, 2010 Leave a comment

Tamil Nadu govt employees to get hike in salaries

August 26, 2010 Leave a comment
   Over two lakh employees in Tamil Nadu will get a hike in their salaries with the state government accepting the recommendations of the one-man Commission to set right “anomalies” arising out of the implementation of the sixth pay commission recommendations.

   The decision to accept the recommendations of the Rajiv Ranjan Commission would cost the exchequer Rs 223 crore per annum, an official press release said.

   The one-man commission under Industries Secretary Rajiv Ranjan was set up to look into complaints of anomalies in the revised pay structure of state government officials in line with the Sixth Central Pay Commission.

Source – PTI

Punjab CM assure to release pay and pension arrears on priority..

August 25, 2010 Leave a comment
  
  
The Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal assured the delegation of Punjab Subordinate Services Federation (PSSF) that the state government would soon finalize the modalities for the payment of arrears to its employees and pensioners on the recommendations of the Fifth Punjab Pay Commission.           
 
   An assurance to this effect was given by Badal to the delegation of the (PSSF) led by its conveners Sucha Singh Khatra and Ranbir Dhillon in a meeting held here on Wednesday.
 

   Badal also directed the Chief Secretary to convene a meeting of the representatives of Punjab Subordinate Services Federation to discuss the pending issues relating to the grant of the assured career progression scheme of 4-9-14 besides the hike in medical, rural and fixed traveling allowances and grant of NPA to the Ayurvedic and Homeopathic doctors on the pattern of allopathic doctors before taking a final decision in this regard. 


    The Chief Minister also agreed to the proposal to reduce the age of retirement from 33 to 20 years for the entitlement of full pensionery benefits to the employees especially those who had taken late entry into service and asked the Chief Secretary to get this proposal thoroughly examined by the Finance department.  
    Badal also directed the Chief Secretary to issue guidelines to all the deputy commissioners to set up Women Complaint Cells in all the field offices as per the directions of Supreme Court in the case of Vishakha v/s State of Rajasthan to protect them from the harassment on the working place.  


 

    He also asked him to ensure the functioning of such complaint cells in the offices and public sector undertakings at the state headquarters. 
 

    On the issue of regularization of work charged and adhoc employees, the Chief Minister asked the Chief Secretary to prepare a comprehensive proposal stipulating total strength of such employees and the burden on the state exchequer before taking a final decision in this regard as a one time measure as per the directions of Supreme Court in the case of Uma Devi v/s Karnataka government. 

 

    He reiterated that the state government was committed to safeguard the interests of its employees at all cost as they were the backbone of the state administration. 

 

   He also said that the government was ready to resolve all pending employees’ issues with an open mind and positive approach.  




SOURCE – PAYCOMMISSIONUPDATE

 

Punjab CM assure to release pay and pension arrears on priority..

August 25, 2010 Leave a comment

Sixth Pay Commission: Judges Demand Pay Hike: Chief Justice of India Letter

August 24, 2010 1 comment
   The latest news on Sixth Pay Commission has now come from the Judicial Department of India i.e. from the Judges of India:

   They are known to be the most powerful people in the Republic of India, and now they are demanding for more – More Power, More Status, and above all, More Salary. We are taking about the Judges of India, who are now looking for taking the benefits of the the Sixth Pay Commission Recommendations

   The recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission has already created so many controversies which might take a big toll on the government budget. There are already many issued with Defence forces, Armed Forces, Police officers, etc. and now the Judges appear to join the bandwagon.

    ND TV claims that it was the first to find out the developments on this issue. It claims that ND TV has learnt that the Chief Justice of India (CJI) has written a four page long letter to the Law Minister asking for a pay hike to keep up with bureaucrats after the Sixth Pay Commission. This development has caused a big flutter in the cabinate.

    Then, its isn’t only about money – the issue appears to go beyond money, as it is also about status and power.

    Where does the Salary or Pay of Chief Justice of India stand currently? The Chief Justice of India’s basic salary is at Rs 33 thousand. This salary is similar to the rank of the Cabinet Secretary and Rs three thousand less than the Governor’s pay.

    What are the expectations of Chief Justice of India, as per the reports from ND TV?
The Chief Justice wants his salary to be hiked to Rs 1.1 lakh the same as the Governor.

    What can happen to the pay or salary of other judges of India courts?
The Chief Justice has requested a pay hike for other judges as well. Rs 1 lakh for Supreme Court colleagues and Rs 90,000 for High Court judges. It is equivalent to the the salary of the Cabinet Secretary- who is considered to be India’s top bureaucrat.

    Let’s see how the Government tackles this issue.
But one thing is for certain – this Sixth pay Commission is going to take a big toll on tax-payers money, as most of the recommendations will be accepted as the elections are coming near.

Source - FinanceTradingTime.com

Sixth Pay Commission: Judges Demand Pay Hike: Chief Justice of India Letter

August 24, 2010 1 comment