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Wednesday, 22 February 2017

TN CONSTITUTES PANEL TO IMPLEMENT 7TH PAY COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS

TN constitutes panel to implement 7th Pay Commission recommendations
HIGHLIGHTS
  • The panel comprises finance, home, school education and labour secretaries besides a member-secretary.
  • The panel has to submit its report to the government before June 30
  • There are 18 lakh govt employees and several lakhs of teachers, pensioners and family pensioners in TN
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu government on Wednesday constituted a five-member committee to implement the 7th Pay Commission recommendations for the benefit of more than 18 lakh government employees and several lakhs of teachers, pensioners and family pensioners.

In a statement, chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami said the committee would have to submit its report to the government before June 30. The announcement was made after the chief minister held a meeting with a group of four ministers and senior officials, including chief secretary Girija Vaidhyanathan.

"The committee has finance secretary, home secretary, school education secretary, labour secretary and a member-secretary. This committee will suggest measures to implement the 7th Pay Commission recommendations as in vogue for central government employees. The committee will have to tweak the recommendations to adapt them to the local requirements," said the chief minister.

"The committee will have to look into the 7th Pay Commission recommendations as well as the changes effected during implementation," Palaniswami said.

All recognised trade unions, government employees unions can submit their suggestions to the committee.

Source:-The Times of india

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