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Teachers demand increase in entry level salaries

Primary school teachers affiliated to the Tamil Nadu Primary-school Teachers Federation (TNPTF) observed fast in front of the Railway Station here on Sunday demanding better wages.
K. Anbarasu, district president of TNPTF, said that the State Government should immediately increase the entry level salaries for primary school teachers to the scale of Rs. 9,300-Rs. 34,800 plus Rs. 4,200 fixed by the Central Government.

“At present, a newly-recruited teacher in the state is entitled for the scale of Rs. 5,200- Rs. 20,200 plus Rs. 2,800 though many other states have already implemented the Central Government’s recommendations,” he pointed out.

The agitators also wanted the Government to come out with revised pay scale structures for teachers in the ranks of selection and special grades.

Some of the other demands included hike in house rent allowance, disbursal of education allowance and time scale pay for teachers appointed on consolidated pay.

Mr. Anbarasu said that sixth pay commission arrears for the teachers who had attained superannuation should be disbursed in a single instalment.

I. Yesaian, coordinator, Retired Lecturers and Teachers Association, and others spoke on the occasion.
Source: The Hindu


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