Revision of pay scales of University and College teachers



NO. 1-36/2009-U.II
Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Department of Higher Education

New Delhi, dated 26th August, 2010

The Secretary,
University Grants Commission,
Bahadurshah Zafar Marg,
New Delhi – 110 002.

Subject:- Scheme of revision of pay of teachers and equivalent cadres in universities and colleges following the revision of pay scales of Central Government employees on the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission.



Sir,
In continuation of this Ministry’s letter No. 1-32/2008-U.I/U.I (i) dated 31.12.2008 on the above subject, I am directed to say that the matter relating to revision of pay scales of University and College teachers was further considered by the Government and it has been decided as under:-

(i) Allow Rs.43,000 as entry level pay in the Pay Band Rs. 37400-67000 (PB-4) plus an academic grade pay of Rs. 10,000 to directly recruited Principals of Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate Colleges appointed on or after 1.1.2006. Principals of Under-Graduate Colleges will continue to draw Rs. 2000 per month as Special Allowance and Principals of Post-Graduate colleges will continue to draw Rs. 3000 per month as Special Allowance attached to the posts of Principals in terms of this Ministry’s letter No. 1-32/2008-U.II/U.I (i) dated 31.12.2008.

(ii) Entry pay of Readers, appointed on or after 1.1.2006 till issue of the University Grants Commission Regulations on Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and Other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and Measures for the Maintenance of Standards in Higher Education, 2010, i.e., 30.06.2010, be fixed at Rs. 23,890 in PB-3 with an academic grade pay of Rs.8000. This will also apply to Lecturers (Selection Grade) promoted during the above period. Such Readers/Lecturer (Selection Grade) after 3 years will move to minimum of PB-4 with academlc grade pay of Rs. 9000.

(iii) Similarly, entry pay of Rs. 23890 in PB-3 with academic grade pay of Rs.8000 wili also apply to directly recruited Deputy Librarians and Deputy Directors of Physical Education, who will move to PB-4 with academic grade pay of Rs.9000 after completion of 5 years, in that grade.

2. This may be brought to the notice of all concerned.

3. This issues with the approval of the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure vide their U.O. No. 7.21/3/2009-IC dated 17.06.2010 and U.O.No 16/11/2010-Legal dated 12/8/2010.



(H.R.Joshi) Director





www.persmin.nic.in

4 comments

The LDCs and UDCs who are working under Central Government Hospitals are not paid Patient Care Allowances where as the Paramedical Staff who are not at all exposed to the patients or diseases are paid PCAs. It is not at all justifiable. Please try to pay the PCA to the LDCs & UDCs who are sitting in the Registration Counters and who are mostly exposed to the Patients and diseases as it will motivate them to work with more enthusiasm.

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It is very good to hear that LDCs Qualification has been revised and made to 10+2 which increases the social level of the Employees and at the same time there should be a financial increase for this grade as it makes no sense when there is no difference between Class IV who has passed the Xth Class and can draw 1900/- Grade Pay and LDCs who has the Qualification of 10+2 and having Technical Qualification of Typewriting, Diplomas in Computers and Passed the Competitive Examination. It will demotivate the Staff who are in LDC & UDC positions.

It will be very gratefull and motivatable if the Grade Pay is increased to 2400/- and 2800/- for LDC & UDCs respectively.

Most of the newly recruited LDCs are of Graduates and Post Graduates in Finance & Management areas.

If the Pays(Grade Pays) are not revised, the Government may loose young & technical talent which hampers the future work of the Government.

N.Srisailam,LDC
ESIC Model Hospital,
Nacharam,
Hyderabad

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N.Srisailam is really right. LDC&UDC qualification is already increased but yet no financial benefit is being given to ministrial staff.while work load is increasing day y day.

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It should be clariefied that minium age of child for CEA is 5 years or not? As it has been clarified foe handicaft child is 5 to 22 years.



LOKESH PAREEK
AAO DELHI JAL BOARD

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