Thursday, January 22, 2009

Sixth Pay Commission in Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand Government has decided to extend the privilege of the Sixth Pay Commission to all government-aided school staff both teaching and non-teaching. This will benefit 7,200 teachers and 4,000 non-teaching staff of government-aided schools besides pensioners. The Uttarakhand cabinet also decided to accept the demands of the state government employees for grade pay and approved the Assured Career Progression (ACP) scheme under which an employee would get a higher grade after every 10 years in service in case no promotion was given during the period.

In public announcement, it has benn said that all government employees working in border areas would be given hill development allowance which was earlier not being given to them as they were getting border area allowance. Areas would be identified which are higher that 1,000 metres and allowance would be paid which would range between Rs 150 and Rs 540 in accordance with the grade pay, said Pandey. Valleys located over a height of 1,000 metres but lower in altitude would also be included.

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