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AJKLTF demands pay scales for teachers at par with central government teachers
1/23/2018 10:51:24 PM
Early Times Report
UDHAMPUR, Jan 23: A general meeting of district executive body of All Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh Teachers Federation (AJKLTF) under the banner of Akhil Bharatiya Rashtriya Shaikshik Mahasangh was held at Udhampur under the chairmanship of KL Gupta.
The main agenda of the meeting was the implementation of 7th pay commission recommendations vis-a -vis removal of pay anomalies of Teachers/Masters in 6th pay commission.
They said that the teachers working under central Govt. were given higher pay scales than the teachers of J&K school education department.
As per 6th pay commission, the salary of central Govt Primary teacher was Rs 9300- 34800 plus 4200 grade pay whereas for trained Graduate teacher the salary was Rs 9300-34800 plus 4600 grade pay and for PG teachers the salary was 9300-34800 plus 4200 grade pay. But in the J&K state School Education Department, as per 6th pay commission the salary of under graduate teachers is 5200-20200 plus 2400 grade pay, for Graduate teachers the salary is 5200-20200 plus 2800 grade pay . The salary of Master grade is Rs 9300-34800 plus 4280 grade pay.
In the meeting, all the teachers unanimously demanded removal of pay anomalies in the sixth pay commission before implementation of seventh pay commission.
They demanded pay scales for teachers Rs 9300-34800 plus 4200 grade pay, for master grade 9300-34800 plus 4800 grade pay in the sixth pay commission before implementation of Seventh pay commission.
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