Non-teaching staff search revised pay scales
Amritsar, October 28
Members of the Non-teaching Workers’ Union (NEU) of DAV School held a protest towards the non-implementation of the revised pay scales, below the Sixth Pay Fee. The union has lengthy been demanding the implementation of the revised
wages and had pursued this demand since final yr, when instructor unions have been elevating the problem of seventh pay fee wage hike.
Union president Nitin Sharma mentioned the lengthy pending demand of implementing revised pay scales and different allowances as per the notifications issued below the Sixth Pay Fee had been ignored but once more by the current authorities. “The earlier authorities had delayed the problem for 5 years and now the AAP authorities continues with the identical method in the direction of non-teaching staff of upper instructional establishments. The federal government must also pay heed to the welfare of the rights of the non-teaching staff. Our calls for embrace speedy launch of wages as per the Sixth Pay fee, improve of medical allowance from Rs 350 to Rs 500, home lease allowance from 15 per cent to twenty per cent and filling up of vacant posts. We additionally search regularisation of the staff engaged on contact foundation for the previous three years and extra,” he mentioned.
This problem has now picked up within the wake of AAP authorities’s announcement of implementing the Seventh Pay Fee pay grades for school academics and regularisation of college academics. Members of the Personal School Non-teaching Workers’ Union, Punjab, has given a name to its district models to proceed with a sequence of protests, elevating these calls for, which in response to Nitin, will probably be applied till any choice by authorities is introduced.