7th Pay Commission | Increase in Teacher’s Salary – Here’s What The Government Says

The hike of income after the implementation of 7th Pay Commission (7th CPC) may not make the teachers smile in the school. Teachers of the Private & Government Schools have been waiting for the increment in their salaries after the coming up of 7th Pay commission. But it seems that these will only be in the dreams of the teachers as Government of India is not at all in the mood to do so.

From last year, each of the Government employees has been awaiting the implementation of 7th pay commission by the Govt of India. Check out the surprise package rolled out by Indian Government in regards to the increment of School teachers salaries with the implementation of 7th Pay Commission.

7th Pay Commission: Teachers Salary & more implementations

It has been a sad new for School teachers, as the Govt will not boost the expected hike in their salaries as per the 7th CPC. Delhi High Court raised the question regarding the pay hike to the commission for the teachers of Private School & it was – how would the Private unaided schools implement the 7th CPC without increasing the fee of the students? As it has been cleared out that if there will be a hike in the salaries of teachers, then it will automatically increase the fee of the school students.

Now the Court has ordered to the Govt of Delhi to file a report regarding the same & monitor the implementation of the 7th Pay Commission.

More updates regarding the 7th Pay Commission

Here are some more latest updates for the people waiting for the implementation of the much awaited 7th Pay Commission-

Pension to go up to 2.57 times as of now.

Even the anganwadi workers income is to get doubled from Rs. 5000 to Rs. 10000.

Also Rs. 4000 allowance will be given to a pregnant women labourer.

The effective 7th Pay Commission will be implemented from 1 January.

National Health Protection Mission has also implemented by the Govt under CPC.

Some more decisions over the 7th Pay Commission has been yet to come from the Government of India. Although with the hike of petrol & diesel, we can also expect a great increment in the salaries of the employed persons.


Gurjit Kaur

Gurjit Kaur is a young and vibrant writer, who is passionate about media. Having done her MBA in media management, Gurjit loves to weave words in simple yet an elegant form. Her love for Chandigarh and the belief that "content is king" makes her an author on Chandigarh Metro. You may reach Gurjit at hello@chandigarhmetro.com
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