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UP govt to implement 6th Pay Commission report

Uttar Pradesh government today decided to revise the pay scale of staff of all state-owned enterprises and corporations and to provide other benfits as per the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission with effect from January 1, 2006. The decision will benefit about 98,000 employees and officers of public sector enterprises and corporations

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UP govt to implement 6th Pay Commission report

Uttar Pradesh government today decided to revise the pay scale of staff of all state-owned enterprises and corporations and to provide other benfits as per the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission with effect from January 1, 2006.The decision will benefit about 98,000 employees and officers of public sector enterprises and

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Strike, violence across India on Teachers’ Day | Six Pay Commission Aftermath

As the country marked the Teachers’ Day on Saturday, faculty members of prestigious IITs went on a hunger strike and teachers in Lucknow and Ranchi hit the streets demanding better wages suffering police lathicharge in the capital of Uttar Pradesh. The teachers of the IITs took part in a nationwide relay fast this morning demanding better salaries and allowances as part of the nationwide stir by them. Nearly 4,000 faculty members of the IITs also threatened to go on an indefinite strike to press their demands. A final decision on this would be taken when mmbers of the IIT Faculty Federation meet in Delhi tomorrow, Dr Devang Khakhar, Director, IIT-Bombay, told PTI. Ten days ago, the faculty of the elite technology institutes had taken mass casual leave and attended classes wearing black badges in protest. Continue reading Strike, violence across India on Teachers’ Day | Six Pay Commission Aftermath

Recession makes army jobs attractive

The job crunch in the market due to economic slowdown and the revised pay-scales have again encouraged youngsters to join the armed forces. In the past one week about 1,000 students have turned up seeking jobs in the Indian Army for technical posts during a recruitment drive in five city-based engineering colleges under the scheme University Entry Level.
Aporve Joshi, a third semester student, who appeared in an interview said, “In the midst of recession no other sector offers a job with good salary, job security and honor.” He feels that, “once you have joined the defence services you become immune to any financial crises at macro or micro level.”
The army officials say they have received an overwhelming response as the number of students appearing in the orientation programme increased manifold compared to other years.
“The Sixth Pay Commission, which raised the armed forces salaries have made this profession a most-sought-after among the students this year,” said Col VS Gill, member of a team to shortlist candidates for SSB final interview.
When asked, do you think that ill effects of recession on corporate and Sixth Pay Commission will encourage the students to join army, he replied “Certainly yes, the armed forces offer better future prospects then any other profession.”
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The job crunch in the market due to economic slowdown and the revised pay-scales have again encouraged youngsters to join the armed forces. In the past one week about 1,000 students have turned up seeking jobs in the Indian Army for technical posts during a recruitment drive in five city-based engineering colleges under the scheme University Entry Level.
Aporve Joshi, a third semester student, who appeared in an interview said, “In the midst of recession no other sector offers a job with good salary, job security and honor.” He feels that, “once you have joined the defence services you become immune to any financial crises at macro or micro level.”