Sunday, July 26, 2009

UP Govt directs colleges to pay salary as per UGC norms. J & K pay commission update.

Director higher education Miyan Jaan on Saturday directed principals of all government and government-aided colleges in UP to make
arrangement for payment of salaries to teachers as per revised pay scales
recommended by the University Grants Commission (UGC) for the month of July. The directorate would take over the job from August after completing required formalities and paperwork. University Grants Commission (UGC) for the month of July. The directorate would take over the job from August after completing required formalities and paperwork.

As per rules, the higher education directorate is the authority which fixes salaries of teachers but for the first time principals, as an exception, have been authorised to make payments for the month of July. The directorate would do the job from the next month. Reason: It would take at least a month for the directorate to do the required paperwork for the cause. Principals have also been asked to submit details of the payment made to the directorate for verification.

The decision was taken after TOI highlighted on Saturday how academic session in 12 state universities and 400 odd degree colleges in the state was facing a threat of derailment due to delay in implementation of the revised scales. Over 18,000 teachers in the government and government funded higher education institutes in the state had threatened to go on strike from August, if their demands were not met within a week, putting at risk the future of over 20 lakh students.

Meanwhile, delegation of the Lucknow University Associated College Teachers Association (LUACTA) also met the higher education secretary Kamran Rizvi, who assured teachers that their remaining demands will be met soon as well. The demands include change in nomenclature of the posts and payment of arrears of revised scales from 2006 as recommended by the UGC. Later, LUACTA president Moulindu Mishra expressed satisfaction over the talks with the government.
Source : Times of India.

Jammu & Kashmir

Finance minister Abdul Rahim Rather Saturday said the state government employees would be drawing their revised salaries as per the recommendations of the 6th pay commission from the current month.
“We have already reached an agreement with the employees which was later followed by the cabinet order. It will be implemented from July and employees will draw their revised salaries as per the agreement from August 1,” Rather told a press conference here.
He said unfortunately the employees have some apprehensions, which are wrong. “These apprehensions are misplaced. We will stand by the orders issued. Let employees be patient,” Rather said.

Source : Greater Kashmir

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