UGC constitutes a Pay Review Committee to look into pay revision of academic staff of Universities and colleges

New Delhi: The University Grants Commission (UGC) in consultation with the Ministry of HRD has constituted the Pay Review committee to review the pay revision of academic staff of Universities and colleges. The panel will also examine the present structure of emoluments and conditions of service of University and College teachers, librarians, physical education personnel and other academic staff in universities and colleges. The pay panel will recommend the revision of pay of academic staff of Central Universities and colleges there under and the institutions Deemed to be Universities whose maintenance expenditure is met by the UGC.

The 5-member committee for pay revision of academic staff of Universities and Colleges will be headed by UGC member Prof V S Chauhan and it will submit its report in six months.

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As per the official notification dated 9th June 2016, the committee will review the implementation of the previous decision of the government/ UGC under the scheme of Revision of Pay Scales approved for university and college teachers, librarians, physical education personnel and other academic staff in Universities and Colleges. Further, the panel will also look into status of the earlier implementation/ recommendations in relation to qualifications, service conditions and pay-scales.

The pay panel will examine the present pay package structure and conditions of service of University and College teachers, librarians, physical education personnel and other academic staff in universities and colleges, taking into account the minimum qualifications, career advancement opportunities taking into account the minimum qualifications, career advancement opportunities, and total packet of benefits available to them (such as superannuation benefits, medical, housing facilities, etc).

Another important scope of work of the panel is to make recommendations on the ways and means for attracting and retaining talented persons in the teaching profession, which would improve the quality of higher education. It will also make recommendations on the ways and means for attracting and retaining talented persons in the teaching profession.

The said panel will initiate necessary studies and analysis with regard to terms of reference and make its final recommendations taking into consideration of  7th Pay commission   recommendations.

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