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Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Union Government’s latest decision is set to benefit around 23 lakh retired teachers and non-teaching staff of universities.
The Centre has revised pension of retired faculty and other non-teaching staff in Central Universities and Colleges as per the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission.
With the implementation of this decision, around 25,000 present pensioners of Central Universities and UGC maintained deemed to be universities will benefit to the tune of Rs 6000 to Rs 18,000.
Moreover, the latest decision will also benefit around eight lakh teachers, 15 lakh non-teaching staff, who have retired from State Public Universities and affiliated colleges, who wish to adopt or have already adopted the pay scales recommended by the 7th Pay Commission for Central universities.
In a series on tweets on Tuesday, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said: The @narendramodi govt has revised pension of retired faculty & other non-teaching staff in Central Universities and Colleges as per the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission. Around 25000 present pensioners will benefit in Central Universities and #UGC maintained #Deemed to be #Universities to the tune of Rs. 6000 to Rs.18000.”
“This move of govt will benefit approx 8 lakh teachers & 15 lakh non–teaching staff who retired from State Public Universities & affiliated colleges, who wish to adopt or have adopted Pay Scales prescribed for Central Universities,” he added.