Saturday, December 27, 2008

Panel on pay anomalies submits report to J-K Govt.

A pay committee appointed by Jammu and Kashmir State Administrative Council (SAC) has submitted its report on sixth pay commission recommendations and removal of pay anomalies to Governor N N Vohra, senior officials said on Saturday.

"The pay committee submitted its report recommending measures for removal of pay anomalies for various sections of employees to the state government last evening," they said.

The report has generated a ray of hope among the government employees that they would get advantages of the sixth pay commission, the officials said.

The six-member committee headed by Financial Commissioner, Planning and Development Department S L Bhat, was appointed to work out the modalities for implementation of the pay commission for the state government employees, they said.

The report had suggested that after removing pay anomalies, the arrear would be paid to employees with effect from 2006 instead of 1996.

Besides, the committee had also suggested to remove pay anomalies in clerical cadre, enhancement of wages of the daily worker and enhancing retirement age from 58 to 60 years.

The officials said that the implementation of the pay commission recommendations may cost some additional burden on the state exchequer.

Source : The Hindu.

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