Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Mizoram govt approves panel report on 6th pay scale for employees and higher education teachers.. Nagaland Staff warn of office shutdown if pay hike not implemented.

The meeting yesterday {22/06} under the chairmanship of  Chief Minister Mr. Lal Thanhawla approved in principle the report of Cabinet Sub Committee on 6th Pay Implementation.

The meeting also agreed to review genuine grievances of some groups of Government servants.
The meeting also approved in principle the proposed implementation of scheme of revision of pay of teachers and equivalent cadres in universities and colleges on the recommendation of the Sixth Central Pay Commission.
Source : Mizoram Express
Nagaland employees today [22/06] threatened to close offices indefinitely if the government failed to implement the revised payscale as recommended by the 6th Pay Commission by June 25.
The Confederation of All Nagaland States Services Employees Association directed all its units throughout the state to prepare for the next course of action if they received “no positive response” on or before June 25.
The association resorted to three days of mass casual leave from May 24 paralysing the state departments.
The employees had put forward their demands in writing twice to the government, addressed to the chairman of the cabinet sub-committee.
“But no positive response has been received. It may be noted that during the last meeting with the cabinet sub-committee, the house expressed its sincere desire to resolve the stalemate amicably through dialogue,” the association’s president, David Sumi, said.
The government had stated that Rs 712 crore had been allotted by the Centre to implement the revised payscale.
The All India Services cadres has been given their due share of arrears with effect from January 1, 2006, but the state government employees are being forced to accept notional increment from June 1, 2008, without arrears.
“Why cannot there be a little more kindness shown to the state employees?” a member of the association asked.
Source : The Telegraph.

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