Private School Teachers get Sixth Pay Commission Salary: Pension, Pay Arrears & Salary Hike Details: Finance Trading Times

Private School Teachers get Sixth Pay Commission Salary: Pension, Pay Arrears & Salary Hike Details

It's raining money and more money for all kinds of employees - all thanks to the Sixth Pay Commission, that not just Public Sector organizations and entities, even private entity employees are reaping the benefits of the Sixth Pay Commission implementation. The BMC or the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) has recently passed an order to provide the Private School Teachers the salaries which will be at par with their counterparts in the Government schools and will be as per the Sixth Pay Commission. This order will directly benefit the Private school staff in terms of salary, pay and pension. Sixth Pay Commission

Private School Teachers get Sixth Pay Commission Salary

Which private schools staff will be eligible to get the benefits of Sixth Pay Commission implementations?
Both the aided private schools and un-aided private school teachers will be getting the salary as per the sixth pay commission.
It's a souble win situation for private school teachers as now these private school teachers will not only get equivalent salary as compared to their counterparts in Government schools.

General Sixth Pay Commission Salary Hike & Arrears Calculator (Indicative)

Salary Calculator for Pension calculations for Sixth Pay Commission Salary Hike (Indicative)

How much salary hike is expected for private school teachers as per the Sixth Pay Commission ?
It is expected that the monthly salary will rise by 5000 to 10000 Rs. for the private school teachers.

Will the private school teachers also get arrears as per the Sixth Pay Commission ?
It is not known, because it is learnt that many teachers in government aided schools are yet to get their arrears payment as per the old Fifth pay commission. So the arrears payment for sixth pay commission are still in question.
Also there is no calrity over how and when will the new order regarding the new 6th Pay commission salary will be implemented.

But overall, it appears to be a good news for the private school teachers. Atleast they will now be sure about their salary being at par with their govt school counterparts. Especially the teachers who get really low salary in a few private schools can really cheer up, because till now it has been more of an exploitation for them in private schools with very low salaries being paid out.
However, it will hit the common man very hard, because all this fee hike for private schools will be passed on to the parents in terms of increased fee hikes.
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thiruppugazh anbar said...(on 22 November 2011 at 09:16 )  

kindly advise whether the recommendations of sixth pay commissionhave been implemented in mumbai municipal corporation aided schools eg saraswati vidyalayaschool chembur. if so. from which date. what about arrears from that date? whether pensioners pay will be refixed accordingly andarrears also will be paid? any printed booklet isavailable for reference?my EMAIL ID s.venkat1943@gmail.com. Kindly advise

thiruppugazh anbar said...(on 24 November 2011 at 21:54 )  

kindly reply

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