PAY REVISION FOR TEACHING STAFF OF COLLAGES

Ministry of Human Resource Development , Department of Higher education issued order regarding revision of pay for teachers of degree level Engineering collages and other degree level technical lnstitutlons lncludlng Architecture, Town Planning, Pharmacy and Applied Arts and Crafts Instltutlons etc, following the revision of pay of Central government employees on the recommendations of Sixth Central Pay Cornmission.
N0.23-1/2008-TS.11 Government of India Ministry of Human Resource Development Department of Higher Education Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi. Dated the 7thOctober, 2009.
The Secretaries deailng with Technical Education of All StatesIUnion Territorles. Subject:- Revision of pay of teachers in degree level Engineering colleges and other degree level technical lnstitutions including Architecture, Town Planning, Pharmacy and Applied Arts and Crafts Institutions etc. following the revision of pay of Central government employees on the recommendations of Sixth Central Pay Commission. Sir, I am directed to say that in fulfillment of the constitutional responsibility for coordination, determination and maintenance of standards in Higher and Technical education of the Central Government have taken several measures from time to time. Following the revision of pay of Central Government employees on the recommendations of the 61h Central Pay Commission, the Central Government has revised the pay of teacher in the UGC system as per this Ministry's letter No.1-3212006-U.II/U.I(l), dated 31.12.2008(copy enclosed). It has been decided to offer partial financial assistance to those State Governments who wish to adopt and implement the revised pay, at par with the UGC scales of pay, for the teachers in Degree.level Technical Institutions in the States, subject to the following terms and conditions:- (i) The financial assistance will be limited oniy for the State/ State aided institutions where 100% maintenance grant is being met by the State Government; (ii) The Central Government will provide financial assistance to the States which have opted for the revised pay to the extent of 8090 (eighty percent) of the additional expenditure involved for implementation of the pay revision, at par with revised pay of teachers etc. of UGC institutions, for the period from 1.1.2006 to 31.3.2010: (iil) The respective State Governments should meet the balance 20% (twenty percent) requirement of expenditure for implementing the pay revision of teachers etc. of degree level technical institutes in the States during the period from 1.1.2006to 31.3.2010 from their own sources in addition to meeting the entire liability as on 31.12.2005. (iv) The entire liability on account of the revised pay of teachers etc, of degree level technical institutes in the States would be taken over by the respective State Governments w.e.f. 1.4.2010. (v) The Central Government assistance will be restricted to revision of pay (and not for any other allowances) In respect of only those posts which were in existence and had been filled up as on 1.1.2006. (vi) The Central Financial Assistance shall be limited to the revised pay as approved by the Central Government under the scheme and not for any higher pay as may be given by the respective State Government. (vll) The Central financial assistance will be subject to the condition that the entire scheme of revision of pay as well as the conditions to be laid down in this regard by AlCTE by way of regulation is implemented by the respective State Government as a composite package. 2. The detailed proposal for implementation of the Scheme on the lines indicated above may kindly be formulated immediately and sent to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (Department of Higher Education) for examination so that Central assistance to the extent Indicated above can be sanctioned for the Implementation of revised scales of pay. A format is enclosed for providing information to the Ministry. 3. The receipt of this letter may kindly be acknowledged. (Pratima Dikshit) Director
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