Expected Pay Scale of Primary School Principals in Seventh Pay Commission

7th Pay Commission is the most awaited pay commission by thousands of Principals in the country. School Principals are the most beneficiary in the upcoming Pay Commission of the Central Government of India. As per the latest reports, they will get good hike in their total salary as well as in Pay Band. Currently, they are getting good pay scale and pay grade/pay band as per the previous pay commission recommendations. We have provided expected pay scale and pay band of Primary School Principals of Central Government schools like CBSE, ICSE and so on.

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  • Current Pay Scale/Pay Band : Rs. 15600-39100 with Grade Pay of 6600 = Entry Pay Rs. 25530
  • Expected Pay Scale / Pay Band : Rs. Rs. 46800 – Rs. 117300 Plus Grade Pay Rs. 19800 = Entry Pay Rs. 76590

Expected Pay Scale of Primary School Principal

There is no official announcement from the Government of India about Seventh Pay Commission members and its committee. We have only predicted early stage pay scales as well as pay band for School Principals. So, please do not consider it as Official news or source.

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About Primary School Principal

Principal is the main person in primary school at any Government schools. He has power to manage the school as well as responsibility to tackle any condition. He is also bridge between teachers and students’s parents if anything happened.

School Principal is key post and have good values in the society. They have responsibility to build the nation as like primary teachers. Principal is also known as Head Master of the school.

Article last re-published on January 28,2015.

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