Projected Pay Scale Grade Pay for Primary Teacher in 7th Pay Commission

7th Pay Commission announcement has created so much good news for all Central Government employees in India. It is one of the most important move by the UPA led Government ahead of Lok sabha Elections 2014. It will create so much positive environment among Central Government Employees who has demanded the constitution of Seventh Pay Commission earlier.

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How much Pay Scale a Primary Teacher will get ?

There is no official announcement by the Government that how much salary will be hiked of the employees. Still, we have made some simple calculation based on the previous pay commission.

Current Pay Scale of Primary Teacher : Rs. 9300 – Rs. 34800 Plus Grade Pay Rs. 4800

New Pay Scale of Primary Teacher as per 7th Pay Commission : Rs. 29,900 – Rs. 1,04,400 Plus Grade Pay Rs. 14400

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4 thoughts on “Projected Pay Scale Grade Pay for Primary Teacher in 7th Pay Commission

  1. Ramesh ch sahu

    state govt’s employees r not benefited by pay commission report as there is a great difference in pay .For example odisha primary teachers are getting @5200 payscale while central primary teachers r in 9300 payscale.

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  2. NARESH KUMAR

    Pay commission didn’t suggest same pay on same work. The salary and other facilities are different central and state teacher

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  3. Mahananda Sikdar

    The secondary board that does not teach Hindi (national language) in any class, must add clause, “National illiterate” in the madhyamik certificate. (For example, The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education WBBSE has not launched Hindi in any class so far after independence). The words “national illiterate” must be written in upper left side of the certificate so that it can be understood that the student did not study Hindi in his school level. Afterwards, the student can learn Hindi by any means but his standard will be very low. Such student can learn speaking and that is also in broken manner. There are many students who can only speak Hindi but cannot read and write, therefore, they remain a national illiterate throughout his life. They create problem in performing duties in central government jobs. A student should not be eligible for a central govt post if the student did not study Hindi in his school level I,e from class 1 to class X. Such a student will play the role of a stupid fellow while serving in any department of central govt. There are many non-hindi speaking states, the people of those states do not know that Hindi is communication language in India.Teachers of such states are enjoying very good salary and spoiling student’s future by advising students that Hindi is the language of Biharis. Such teachers cannot read, write and speak in Hindi. The basic pay scale of such teachers should be minimised atleast 1000 rupees. Please think over this matter seriously.
    The Calcutta university and other universities of West Bengal are conducting education against national interest. They have not included Hindi as a compulsory subject for students of West Bengal. Similar things for Secondary level and 10+2 level. The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education(WBBSE) and West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) are following the same thing. There is no compulsory hindi subject from class I to class XII education system. They have kept hindi as optional subject. Suppose a student of other state is studying in West Bengal then he can opt hindi instead of Bengali but for students of Bengali medium schools hindi is not a compulsory subject. Teachers teach students that, “If you sing song in hindi or if you see hindi cinema then you are very bad student”. or if a student sing song in hindi or see hindi cinema then he becomes very bad….the teacher teach like this. Teachers, Lecturers, Professors in West Bengal can not speak in hindi or can not write hindi. They can teach atleast basic things e,g k, kh, au, ah, meaning of essential words, small small sentence but they are insisted on their opinion. The Bengali authority think that if students of west bengal start learning hindi then nobody will give emphasise on bengali literature. They do not know the need of hindi outside bengal. They (the authority) say that hindi is the language of “bihari people” and they despise hindi and Universities and Boards are teaching this thing to students and people of west bengal. They say it as there are many bihari workers in front of Calcutta University so bengali professors think that hindi is the language of labourers and workers. If they cherish this things in mind then you should declare all universities of west bengal as “Deemed University” stating that “these universities are conducting education against national interest” and make rule that “teachers and lecturers and professors in west bengal will get 1000 rupees less payment per month as they did not study hindi during their student life. If you keep silent then they will never introduce hindi in school level as well as college level for all students. Several times, I told them to introduce hindi as a compulsory subject and make the syllabus easier so that students can accept it as interesting subject but they are not understanding the national interest.They are part of India but their education system is similar to Bangladesh. There is no difference of education system between west bengal and bangladesh. You must make basic pay of teachers of bengali medium schools under WBBSE and WBCHSE 1000 less than existing scale. Immediately you should declare all universities of west bengal as “deemed university” as they are conducting education against national interest.

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