Jharkhand teachers to get 6th pay com

Jharkhand government on Saturday announced implementation of the Sixth central Pay Commission for teachers of univerisities in the state.

Ranchi: Jharkhand government on Saturday
announced implementation of the Sixth central Pay Commission
for teachers of univerisities in the state.

The decision was taken at a cabinet meeting chaired by
Chief Minister Arjun Munda, Chief Secretary, A K Singh told
newsmen here.

About 3000 teachers would get the benefit with
retrospective effect of April, 2010. It would cost the state
exchequer Rs 90 crore, he said.

"Jharkhand is among the very few states where teachers of
universities will get the benefit of the sixth Pay
Commission," Singh said.

PTI

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