If everything goes according to plan, college teachers in the State would get a pay hike of two to three times their present salary.Sources said that the Finance and Higher Education Departments are in the final leg of discussions regarding the recommendations submitted by the pay review committee of University Grants Commission (UGC) on revised pay and allowances for academic staff in colleges.The UGC pay panel has recommended the renaming of the post of lecturer as assistant professor. Other proposals include are the creation of new posts such as senior professor and professor eminence in universities.Education Minister M.A. Baby told `Express’ that the State Government had in principle agreed to implement the revised UGC pay-scale. However, there is need for more discussions to remove certain intricaciesregarding its implementation. The discussions to sort out the intricacies are on, he said. The Central Government will provide 100 percent assistance for the additional expenditure for five years to implement the recommendations.Additional assistance to the extent of 50 percent will be provided for the next five years to only those States which implement the recommendations successfully in toto. The UGC will review the implementation in the fifth year for the additional assistance. All recommendations have to be implemented in toto as a package with effect from January 1, 2006. However, various allowances except DA will be admissible with effect from September 1, 2008.The committee had also recommended multi-source assessment of teachers including self-assessment, assessment by students who have been taught a course by the teacher and assessment by academic heads. UGC should evolve parameters relevant to universities and colleges respectively for carrying out such evaluations throughout the country in a uniform manner.As per the recommendation, ateacher should spend at least five hours everyday for five days a week in the institution for teaching, holding tutorials, guiding research or carrying out co-curricular activities. The committee also recommended leave travel concession for travelling three times in a four-year block, not exceeding once in a year. LTC will be allowed to any place in India once in a block of four years. That is a totalof four LTC in a block of four years, but not exceeding one in any oneyear.The committee proposed that teachers in universities and collegesshould be encouraged to undertake consultancy, directing projects, registeringpatents, research and development projects and technology transfers. If the amount received from consultancy work goes beyond 30 percent of the gross salary, it will be split in the 70:30 ratio between teacher and the institution. PRESENT AND PROPOSED PAYSCALE FOR UNIVERSITY TEACHERS(In the order of present and proposed pay scale) Assistant Professor (presently lecturer): existing Rs 8000-275-13500, new pay band Rs 15600-39100, grade pay Rs 6600 Assistant Professor (senior scale) (presently lecturer senior scale): existing Rs 10000-325-15200, new pay band Rs 15600-39100, grade pay Rs 7200 Assistant Professor (selection scale)/Associate Professor (Presently Lecturer selection grade): existing Rs 12000-420-18300, new payband Rs 15600-39100, grade pay Rs 8000 Professor: existing Rs 16400-450-20900-500-22400, new pay band Rs 37400-67000, grade pay Rs 11000Senior Professor (new post): Rs 37400-67000, grade pay Rs 12000 Pro-Vice-Chancellor: existing Rs 18400-500-22400, new pay band Rs 37400-67000 plus four advanced increments, grade pay Rs 12000. Professor Eminence(new post): Rs 80,000 (fixed) Vice-Chancellor: Rs 25000 (fixed) new pay band Rs 80000 (fixed). PRESENT AND PROPOSED PAYSCALEFOR COLLEGE TEACHERS (In the order of present and proposed pay scale)Assistant Professor (presently lecturer): existing Rs 8000-275-13500, new pay band Rs 15600-39100, grade pay Rs 6600 Assistant Professor (senior scale)(Presently lecturer senior scale): existing Rs 10000-325-15200, new payband Rs 15600-39100, grade pay Rs 7200 Assistant Professor (selection scale)/Associate professor (Presently Lecturer selection grade): existingRs 12000-420-18300, new pay band Rs 15600-39100, grade pay Rs 8000Senior Associate Professor (new post proposed): Rs 37400-67000, Gradepay-Rs 8700 Professor in PG colleges (new post proposed): Rs 37400-67000, grade pay Rs 11000 Principal of UG college: Rs 12000-18300, new pay band Rs 37400-67000 plus two advanced increments, grade pay Rs 8700 Principal of PG college: Rs 16400-50-20900-500-22400, new pay band Rs 37400-67000 plus two advanced increments, grade pay Rs 11000.
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