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Posted under News on 10 Mar,17 10:04p.m.
The Minister of State, Finance Ministry has clarified that the Committee set-up to examine the various allowance for the Central Govt. Employees is yet to submit its report.GOVERNMENT OF INDIAMINISTRY OF FINANCELOK SABHAUNSTARREDQUESTION NO:1778ANSWERED ON: 10.03.2017Committee on Allowances of Seventh Central Pay CommissionSULTAN AHMEDDUSHYANT CHAUTALAWill the Minister ofFINANCEbe p....
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Posted under News on 10 Mar,17 12:44p.m.
With the second part of the Budget session kicking off from Thursday, expectations are widely rising that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will make key announcements on allowances.However, a report in the Business Standard says that the Panel which was formed to study and submit its report in allowances recommended by the 7th Pay Commission is yet to come to a decision.The panel headed by Finance Se....
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Posted under News on 08 Mar,17 11:32p.m.
With the second part of the Budget session in Parliament starting on Thursday, all eyes are on Finance Minister Arun Jaitley who may just announce a hike in allowances for Central government employees.The Committee on Allowances has already submitted its report to the Finance Ministry in which it has reviewed the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission on allowances.The Committee under Finan....
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Posted under News on 06 Mar,17 9:51p.m.
A panel set up by the University Grants Commission (UGC) has recommended scrapping ad-hoc and temporary appointments of teachers across universities.UGC’s pay review committee, which was formed last year and is headed by UGC member VS Chauhan, has also suggested that pay of teachers should be in accordance with the seventh central pay commission, which means the overall salary of teachers would al....
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Posted under News on 05 Mar,17 12:57p.m.
The Centre is likely to announce a hike of 2-4 per cent in dearness allowance for its about 50 lakh employees and 58 lakh pensioners later this month.Dearness allowance and dearness relief are provided to employees and pensioners to neutralise the impact of inflation on their earnings. The labour unions, however, are not happy with the proposed hike saying it would not be able to offset the real i....
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Posted under News on 01 Mar,17 1:08p.m.
The Committee on Allowances that recently submitted its report on higher allowances under the 7th Pay Commission has suggested no hike in the transport allowance for the central government employees. The Committee on Allowances accepted the 7th Pay Commission recommendations about the Transport Allowance (TPTA) and said there will be no hike. The panel, however, decided to raise the Hous....
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Posted under News on 23 Feb,17 9:53p.m.
The UGC today recommended a 20 per cent pay hike for university and college teachers.A performance-linked promotion system has been suggested with stress on research. The retirement age will remain unchanged at 65.The recommendations, made by a five-member committee, have to be accepted by the HRD ministry. If approved, the hike will be the first such revision in more than a decade and cover nearl....
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Posted under News on 22 Feb,17 4:57p.m.
A union body of central government employees today met members of the Ashok Lavasa committee over HRA or housing rent allowance related to Seventh Pay Commission. Shiv Gopal Mishra, the convenor of National Joint Council of Action (NJCA), a joint body of unions representing central government employees, said the union body held final round of talks with the panel members on HRA related to Seventh ....
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