UGC Pay Review: Teachers Professors get 70% Pay Hike: Sixth Pay Commission: Finance Trading Times

UGC Pay Review: Teachers Professors get 70% Pay Hike: Sixth Pay Commission

After the news few weeks back about How much Salary Hike Teachers Professors can expect, there is a real good news for the teaching department.
As per the news, the Teaching bodies have welcomed the 70% pay hike as suggested by UGC Pay Review Committee. The University Grants Commission (UGC) that had formed a committee to look into the university teachers and staff's pay had submitted its report two days ago recommending across the board pay hike of approximately 75 percent. Wikipedia on Sixth Pay Commission. UGC Pay Review Teachers Professors get 70% Pay HikeSixth Pay Commission

Previously there were some resistance for the Chaddha Committee recommendations The main reason was due to the delay in the submission of the report by the Chaddha Committe which might lead to implementation delays.
However, since the submission of the report has already happened, that's why teachers community is feeling happy. They had expected the same pay hike as recommended by Sixth Pay Commission.

Sixth Pay Commission had recommended almost 30 percent pay hike for the Central government employees. The almost 70 percent pay hike makes a professor’s salary at par with that of IAS officers. Interestingly, in some cases, the joining teaching staff salary who will start afresh might get more salary than the fresh IAS officers.

Another good news for the teaching staff is that the UGC has tried to give new nomenclature to lecturer and readers and that has made a lecturers very happy. Definitely an assistant professor looks better that simply a lecturer.

H.C. Narang a member of the committee says, "Another additional new post is that of professor of eminence. This title may be conferred on not more than 10 per cent of the total strength of professors in a university. This position will be bestowed on someone who has acquired national and international stature. The criteria for choosing them will be tough. In terms of pay package, professors of eminence and Vice-Chancellors will be at par (Rs. 80,000)".

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