Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Gujarat College and University teachers to get pay hike from Sept 1

The state government has promised to implement the sixth pay commission for college and university teachers from 1st Stember.

This was stated by KS Shastri President of Gujarat State Federation of University and College Teachers' Association. Shastri said that the federation has met education minister Ramanlal Vora and finance minister Vajubhai Vala and it was decided that the sixth pay commission would be implemented from September 1. The resolution for the same will be out by August 15, said Shastri.

He said that the sixth pay commission was already in implementation for all other government employees except professors. He further said that about 10,000 employees would benefit. A professor who has put in 16 years of service will get an hike of about 65-70 per cent in salary while the average hike will be around 40 per cent, claimed Shastri.

Source : Times of India.

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