Thursday, February 17, 2011

Karnataka Polytechnic teachers to get better pay.

The Karnataka Government today decided to implement the central sixth pay commission report in Government and aided polytechnics in the state for the teaching faculty to attract quality and talented lecturers to these institutions. Briefing reporters on decisions taken by the Cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa, Higher Education Minister V S Acharya said the new scales would come into effect from April one this year, and slated to boost their pay packets by one-and-half to two times. The retirement age for them, however, would remain at 60. "The decision would entail an annual outgo of Rs 71 crore", he said. All polytechnics and government engineering colleges coming under the Department of Technical Education would also be computerised, equipping them with computers, printers, UPS, software and anti-virus technologies at a cost of Rs 23 crore.

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