7th Pay Commission: Rajasthan College teachers to very soon get a new pay structure.

It can probably be told as good news for Rajasthan Government employees as,on Monday Rajasthan’s Higher Education Minister Kiran Maheshwari said that the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission would be carried out for the college teachers in a few days.She made this announcement while addressing a conclave in the capital Jaipur. She also said that the Dishari App has been downloaded by over two lakh students. This app equips the free study material to those who are preparing for the competitive examinations. To lift the state’s higher education sector, further… the Minister revealed the Vision Document-2020. The Education Vision for 2020 is proposed for taking India in the midst of the knowledge Society and for ensuring India becoming knowledge super power. The future agenda for education will be to empower individuals, to assure high their quality of life and pave way to the learning society. The new education system has to be rooted to culture and is committed to progress. It is a big call as Rajasthan can have polls later this year. It came after days when a one-day strike was determined by the employees of the Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (RSTRC) on September 17. Over 4,500 buses were off the roads as state transport corporation went on a strike over varied demands, as well asimplementation of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations. The Central government employeeshad beenvulnerable to hit the streets over the government’s perspective in implementing the recommendations of Seventh Pay Commission. They demanded a hike of Rs 26000 as against the Rs 18,000 what the pay panel had favored. If the appeals of the Central Government employees are met, the minimum payment will be raised by up to Rs 26,000 and therefore the fitment factor will be raised by 3.68 times. As announced by the education minister, the Centre has earmarked Rs. 353 crore, under the Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan for the development of college infrastructure. Under the initiative, development of 100 colleges in Rajasthan was done by providing Rs 2 crore to each college.  

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