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Sixth Pay Commission

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Presented by:H-45

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Background
The sixth central pay commission was set up by the Union Cabinet on October 5th 2006 for revising the salaries of Government employees. It was set up under the leadership of Justice B.N.Shrikrishna for 18 months. The report was submitted on 24th march 2008 and the commission was approved with some modifications on 14th august 2008. Revised pay were implemented with effect from 01.01.2006 and allowances with effect from 01.09.2008.

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DRAWBACKS OF INDIAN EDUCATION

The system was full of problems such as lack of finances, lack of good teachers, overcrowding in the colleges and poor academic standards. A sizeable chunk of highly educated and professionally job-seekers started progressively becoming a part of the corporate sector Faculty shortages, in universities and colleges, became a routine.

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The corporate sector could simply buy the talented teachers. According to a survey of the universities and colleges, conducted, during April-July 2008, by the Pay Review Committee itself, 44.63 per cent of the sanctioned positions of lecturers at the university-level, 41.0 per cent of those at the college-level, were found to be vacant ( see Chapter 2 of this Report).

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SUGGESTIONS IN GENERAL

Attract more and more of bright and qualified young men and women to college and university jobs. Improvement in service conditions must become immediately discernible to a new job entrant. The span of working career has to increase sizably. The Central government must provide for more funds for education in general.

SUGGESTIONS OF THE COMMISSION AND MINISTRY OF HRD

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To review the implementation of the previous decision To examine the present structure of emoluments and conditions of service of University and College Teachers To make recommendations on the ways and means of attracting and retaining talented persons in the teaching profession To look into the cases of anomalies

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Introduction

The Pay Review Committee considered a whole gamut of issues relating to teaching in universities and colleges. Pay scales, promotional avenues and other related issues pertaining to Librarians, DPEs and other academic staff were also considered. The Committee therefore recommends that the new nomenclatures for various teaching positions in universities

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STRUCTURE OF PAY AND ALLOWANCES

The PRC was fully cognizant of the need for pay revisions. Pay Bands and Grade Pay : The PRC had to contend with two points of view. Existing scales of pay of the teacher were not fully compatible with any of the existing scales of central government employees It would be both preferable and convenient to

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2.

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EXISTING AND PROPOSED SCALES OF PAY FOR UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE TEACHERS AND OTHER ACADEMICS

A. POSTS SPECIFIC TO UNIVERSITIES CATEGORY EXISTING PAY SCALE 8000- 275-13500 3/22/12 NEW PAY BAND 15600 39100 GRADE PAY 6600 7200 8000

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Assistant Professor Assistant Professor (Senior Scale) Assistant Professor (Selection Grade)/ Associate Professor Professor Senior Professor

10000 325 15200 15600 39100 12000 -420 18300 15600 - 39100

16400-450-20900500-22400 New Post Proposed

37400 - 67000 37400 - 67000

11000 12000

6.

Pro-VC

18400500-22400. 37400-67000 Plus 4 Adv increments

12000

A. POSTS SPECIFIC TO UNIVERSITIES CATEGORY EXISTING PAY SCALE New Post Proposed 25000 (Fixed) 3/22/12 NEW PAY BAND 80000 (fixed) 80000 (fixed) 37400-67000 GRADE PAY Nil Nil 11000

7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Professor of eminence Vice Chancellor

Librarian/Director of 16400-450-20900PE 500-22400 Deputy Librarian/Deputy Director of PE 12000-420-18300

15600-39100

8000

Asstt. Librarian (Sr. 10000-15200 Scale)/ Asstt Director of PE (Sr. Scale) Asstt Librarian/ Asstt Director 8000-275-13500

15600-39100

7200

12.

15600-39100

6600

B. POSTS SPECIFIC TO COLLEGES CATEGORY EXISTING PAY SCALE 8000- 275-13500 3/22/12 NEW PAY BAND GRADE PAY 15600 39100

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Assistant Professor Assistant Professor (Senior Scale) Assistant Professor (Selection Grade)/ Associate Professor Senior Associate Professor Professor in PG Colleges a. Principal of UG College b. Principal of PG Colleges

6600 7200 8000 8700 11000

10000 325 15200 15600 39100 12000 -420 18300 15600 39100

New Post Proposed New Post Proposed 12000-18300 16400-450-20900500-22400

37400 67000 37400 67000

37400 67000 Plus 2 8700 Adv increments 3740067000 Plus 2 Adv increments 11000

B. POSTS SPECIFIC TO COLLEGES CATEGORY EXISTING PAY SCALE 8000-13500

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7. 8. 9.

College Librarian / Director of PE/ Sports Officer/ PI College Librarian/ Director PE (Senior Scale) College Librarian(S.G)/ Director of Physical Education (SG)

6600 7200 8000

10000-15200

15600-39100

12000-18300

15600-39100

10.

Senior College New Post Proposed Librarian (Selection Grade)Senior College DPE (Selection Grade)

37400-67000

8700

The Committee recommendations

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Annual Increment Pay Fixation Formula Removal of Stagnation Increment for Higher Qualification

The allowances recommended

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House Rent Allowance Dearness Allowance and City Compensatory Allowance Transport Allowance Childrens Education Allowance (CEA) Academic Allowance Special (Duty) Allowance for Teachers Serving in North Eastern

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Deputation Allowance Leave Travel Concessions Travelling Allowances Medical Allowance / Medical Insurance Group Insurance Consultancy Assignments Region including Sikkim and Ladakh

Superannuation, Re-employment, 3/22/12 Pension, Provident Fund and Gratuity

The age of Superannuation Pension Family Pension Gratuity

Reemployment of Teachers

Ex-Gratia Lump Sum Compensation Provident Fund

SERVICE AND WORKING CONDITIONS

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Recruitment of Teachers Affirmative action for Teachers from Socially Challenged Sections Posts lying Vacant Contract Teachers Guest Teachers and Part Time Teachers Eligibility Conditions for Appointment Selection Process / Selection Committee

Career Advancement Scheme (CAS)

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Senior Associate Professor in Colleges Senior Professor in Universities Position of Professor of Eminence Starting the Process of Promotion under CAS Selection Process Selection Committee under CAS

Various Kinds of Leave Admissible to Teachers

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Leave under Faculty Improvement Programme Study Leave Sabbatical Leave Maternity / Paternity Leave Other Kinds of Leave

Librarians and Directors of Physical Education


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Promotion under CAS for Deputy Librarians and Deputy Directors Physical Education Promotion of College Librarian (Selection Grade)/College DPE to Senior College Librarian (SG)/Senior College DPE (SG) Up-gradation of skills and knowledge of Librarians and Directors of Physical Education in Colleges

Principals of Colleges

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Single scale of pay for all Principals of colleges whether undergraduate or postgraduate. Scale of pay of a Principal of an undergraduate college should be equivalent to that of the scale of pay of a Reader. The Committee recommends that Ph. D should be an essential qualification for the post of a Principal.

Appointment and Scale of Pay of Vice Chancellor


The Committee makes the following recommendations:

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Qualifications of Vice Chancellor Procedure for Appointment of Vice Chancellor Tenure of Vice Chancellor Scale of Pay of Vice Chancellor

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Conclusion

the anticipated supply gaps have been bridged to a considerable extent. This is due to the recommendations made relating to attractive pay packages at the entry point, providing better service and working conditions etc. The new initiatives and provisions to are implemented both in letter and spirit.

THANK YOU
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