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7th Pay Commission Latest News: Good News For Over 3 Lakh Employees, Pay Hike Announced

In what may very well be an enormous reduction for the agitating contractual academics who had threatened to go on a large strike over calls for of seventh Pay Fee advantages, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar has give you an enormous announcement for round 3.5 lakh such contractual academics.

If studies are something to go by, these academics are entitled to availing wage hike put up implementation of the seventh Pay Fee. “A few people are spreading rumours that the contractual teachers are not entitled to hike. This is completely wrong. They will get benefits under the Pay Commission,” Nitish was quoted as saying by

The announcement was made by the Chief Minister in Begusarai throughout his Nischay Yatra, a day earlier than the Lecturers’ Day.

The CM additional acknowledged that the federal government is inclined in the direction of the pay hike calls for however the protesting academics mustn’t again out from performing their sole responsibility which is to show the scholars in a accountable method.

It’s pertinent to say right here that almost all of those contractual academics have been recruited between 2006 and 2016 and since lengthy they’ve been demanding a pay hike.

“I respect the teachers and have always stood by them. We don’t believe in llip service. On this Teachers’ Day, I assure that we will do something in the future as well,” the CM stated.

The Nitish-led authorities had made large-scale recruitment of recruitment of academics after coming to energy. “We did so with a fixed pay of Rs 4000-7000, but later increased it and in 2015 put the teachers on a pay-scale. In 2017, we further announced 7th Pay Commission benefits. Still, if I have to face criticism, I think we need to take massive strides towards fulfilling the demands,” reported quoting the CM as saying.

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