As per 7th Central pay commission report Cabinet of Central government ministry decided to implement Teachers salary hike 2017. This will benefit around 758000 university teachers, college teachers and lakhs of academic staff in India as they will get revised pay scales based on 7th CPC recommendations.
Which all teachers will benefit from hike in pay scales as per cabinet decision taken on 11th October 2017. Teachers salary hike 2017 is applicable to all teachers working under UGC. It includes all universities coming under Central Government, State Government Universities, aided colleges, Technical Education Institutions funded by central government .etc.
Teachers salary hike 2017 will come into effect on salaries from 1st January 2016. Implementation of revised salary scales as per new pay revision will cause Rs. 9800 crores additional burden to Central Government.
This pay revision will benefit 106 institutions as UGC scales under Union government and 329 universities under State governments. Central government has sanctioned 7th Pay Commission recommendation which will come into effect from 1-1-2016.
This decision also benefits 119 Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), Indian Institutes of Management (IIM).
Teachers salary hike 2017 – new, old pay scales
Based on a different designations we have updated old and revised salary scales of different categories of a staff working as teachers, academic staff who will benefit from implementation of 7th Central Pay Commission recommendations.
Assistant professor will get Rs.57700 as new revised salary while old salary was Rs.47000.
Assistant professor Senior will get Rs.80000 as new revised salary while old salary was Rs.62000.
Associate professor will get Rs.131000 as new revised salary while old salary was Rs.107000.
Professor will get Rs.144000 as new revised salary while old salary was Rs.116000.
Senior professor will get Rs.141000 as new revised salary while old salary was Rs.182000.
Vice Chancellor will get Rs.225000 as new revised salary while old salary was Rs.175000.
There is a around 22 to 28 percentage hike in salary scales for every designation. This benefits 7.58 lakhs teachers in universities, colleges and academic staff.
Teachers will get Rs 10400 to Rs.49800 hike as per revised pay scale.