9 Librarian/Director of
Director of PE
12000-420-18300 15600-39100 8000
11 Asstt Librarian (Sr.
Scale)/ Asstt Director
of PE (Sr. Scale)
10000-15200 15600-39100 7200
12 Asstt Librarian/
8000-275-13500 15600-39100 6600
B. POSTS SPECIFIC TO COLLEGES
1 Assistant Professor
8000- 275-13500 15600 – 39100 6600
2 Assistant Professor
10000 – 325 – 15200 15600 – 39100 7200
3 Assistant Professor
12000 -420 – 18300 15600 - 39100 8000
4 Senior Associate
New Post Proposed 37400 – 67000
5 Professor in PG
New Post Proposed 37400 - 67000 11000
6 a. Principal of UG
b. Principal of PG
Plus 2 Adv increments.
Plus 2 Adv increments
7 College Librarian /
Director of PE/
Sports Officer/ PI
8000-13500 15600-39100 6600
8 College Librarian/
Director PE (Senior
10000-15200 15600-39100 7200
Director of Physical
12000-18300 15600-39100 8000
10 *Senior College
New Post Proposed 37400-67000 8700
* The eligibility condition for promotion for this position may better be decided by the UGC in
consultation with the special committee heading by a Senior Professor of Library / senior
professor of Physical education
3% of the Basic Salary( Basic Pay + Grade Pay) with compounding effect
4% of the Basic Salary(Basic Pay + Grade Pay)with compounding effect for 2 years
for a select few 25% in the Pay Band Rs. 15600-39100 on the basis of better
teaching and research performance. Fresh appraisals to be made after two years.
The Committee recommends that annual increments may be allowed to the teachers
in the similar way as applicable to Central Government employees.
Pay Fixation Formula
The Pay Fixation formula evolved by the VI Central Pay Commission should be
adopted without any change.
An incumbent after reaching the top of the scale in the pay band shall move to the
next pay band without any change in the grade pay.
Increments for Higher Qualifications/on Promotion.
Five advance increments instead of present four to a Ph.d degree holder at the time
of recruitment as Assistant Professor.
Three advance increments instead of present two to an M.Phil degree holder at the
time of recruitment as Assistant Professor.
Three advance increments to an incumbent holding M.Tech, M.D., M.S. L.L.M.
degree at the time of recruitment as Assistant Professor.
Two advance increments to an incumbent who joins as Assistant Professor with
basic M.A./MSc./M.Com etc. with NET/SET examination qualifications.
Two advance increments to an incumbent who joins as /Associate Professor in open
Two advance increments to an incumbent on being promoted as /Associate
Professor under CAS.
Three advance increments instead of present two to an in-service teacher on
completing Ph.d. degree.
Two advance increments instead of present one to an in-service teacher on
completing M.Phil degree.
A selection committee may recommend upto seven instead of present five advance
increments to an incumbent with higher merit, better publications and more
All advance increments to be given on non-compounding basis
House Rent Allowance
30% of basic salary for Category X cities(A-1 earlier) population 50 lakhs and above)
20% of basic salary for Category Y cities (A, B-1, B-2 earlier) population between 5
and 50 lakhs)
10% of basic salary for Category Z cities (C and unclassified earlier) (population
below 5 lakhs)
City Compensatory Allowance Abolished
Rs. 3200/-plus DA thereon per month for A-1/A Class cities (13 notified cities)
Rs. 1600/- plus DA thereon per month for other Cities
Children’s Education Allowance (CEA)
Rs. 1000/- per child per month for upto a maximum of two children
Rs 3000/- per child per month for those residing in hostel, for upto two children.
However, both hostel subsidy and children education allowance cannot be availed of
Rs. 1500/- per month for Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor(Senior Scale),
Assistant Professor(Selection Grade)
Rs. 1200/- per month for Associate Professor, Senior Associate Professor, Professor
Research Promotion Grant (RPG)
The PRC recommends that new entrants to the profession should be given one time
start up seed money of Rs. 2.00 lakhs and Rs. 5.00 lakhs for humanities/social
sciences and sciences respectively as financial support for carrying out research
against duly approved projects.
Special Compensatory (Hill Area) Allowance
The Committee has taken note of the problems in filling the posts in the hill districts
and therefore recommends that a Special Compensatory (Hill Area) Allowance of
Rs.600 per month may be allowed to teachers posted in these areas as notified by
the Central/ State Governments.
Special Compensatory (Remote Locality) Allowance
The Committee has taken note of the large number of vacancies of teachers in the
remote areas and feels some special compensation is called for to attract teachers to
work in the remote areas. The Committee therefore recommends Special
Compensatory (Remote Locality) Allowance to the teachers as admissible to the
Central Government employees on the terms and conditions governing the grant of
Special Compensatory (Remote Locality) Allowance.
Provided that in places where more than one Special Compensatory Allowance is
admissible, the teachers in such stations will have the option to choose between the
allowances (mentioned at 5.2.13 and 5.2.14 above) whichever benefits them the
Special (Duty) Allowance for Teachers Serving in North Eastern Region
including Sikkim and Ladakh
The Committee recommends a Special (Duty) Allowance at the rate of 12.5% on pay
plus grade pay to teachers serving in these areas as applicable to Central
5% for local deputation subject to a maximum of Rs. 2000.
10% for outstation deputation subject to a maximum of Rs. 4000.
Leave Travel concession
LTC travel to Home Town three times in a four year block, not exceeding once in a
LTC may be allowed for any place in India once in a block of four years. Thus four
LTC in a block of 4 years but not exceeding one in any one year.