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<strong>Uttarakhand</strong> Economy in dismal situation, <strong>government</strong> takes loans to pay salaries

Uttarakhand Economy in dismal situation, government takes loans to pay salaries

16 Sep 2011

The Uttarakhand economy is in a dismal situation as the state exchequer is not sufficient to pay salary to the government employees on time. More so, the state government has to take loans from market to pay salaries.

Uttarakhand economy,   economic status of Uttarakhand,   government employees salary in Uttarakhand,   DA allowance to government employees in Uttarakhand,  
<strong>Salary</strong> hike of <strong>government</strong> <strong>employees</strong> could be more than recommended by Pay Commission

Salary hike of government employees could be more than recommended by Pay Commission

17 Jun 2016

New Delhi: If everything goes smoothly, the Central Government employees could get more hike than recommended by the Seventh Pay Commission.

Salary hike,   Central government Employees,   recommendation,   Pay Commission,   Central government,   Latest Nation News ,  
 7th Pay Commission most likely to get government’s nod tomorrow

7th Pay Commission most likely to get government’s nod tomorrow

28 Jun 2016

New Delhi: The government is likely to soon announce the implementation of 7th Pay Commission that would hike the salaries and allowances for over 1 crore government employees and pensioners by at least 23.5 percent.

7th Pay Commission,   government,   salaries hike,   government employees,   pensioners,   Salary,   Latest Nation News,  
7th Pay Commission: <strong>Government</strong> <strong>employees</strong> will get hiked salaries from 1st August

7th Pay Commission: Government employees will get hiked salaries from 1st August

16 Jun 2016

New Delhi: The month of August could bring happiness to lakhs of Central Government employees and pensioners as there is a media report that suggests that the 7th Pay Commission could get in force on 1st of August.

7th Pay Commission,   Central government,   BJP,   Salary,   PM Modi,   Finance Ministry,   NITI aayog,   NDA,   Nation news,  
Seventh Pay Commission recommends 23.55 percent <strong>salary</strong> hike for Central <strong>government</strong> <strong>employees</strong>

Seventh Pay Commission recommends 23.55 percent salary hike for Central government employees

20 Nov 2015

New Delhi: A 23.55 percent hike in salary, allowances and pension involving an additional burden of Rs 1.02 lakh crore has been recommended to Central government employees and pensioners by the 7th Pay Commission which more than doubled the entry and top level pay while favouring a virtual OROP for civilians.

Seventh Pay Commission,   Central Government Salary hike,   Salary hike for Central government employees,   Salary hike,   Latest India News,  
<strong>Employees</strong> to get 10.3 percent <strong>salary</strong> hike this year in India

Employees to get 10.3 percent salary hike this year in India

18 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Employees in India are expected to get an average salary hike of just 10.3 percent this year, lower than 10.6 percent last year, as companies are taking a cautious stance and are giving higher focus on merit increases, says HR consultancy Aon Hewitt.

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Centre strikes down Delhi government's <strong>salary</strong> hike decision for officers

Centre strikes down Delhi government's salary hike decision for officers

24 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Signalling a fresh confrontation, the Narendra Modi-led central government has rejected the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government's decision to hike the salaries of its mid and senior-level officers.

Modi government,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Delhi government,   AAP,   BJP,   Government employees,   Home Ministry ,  
<strong>Employees</strong> to get pay hike of 10.3 percent in 2016: Study

Employees to get pay hike of 10.3 percent in 2016: Study

23 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Employees in India can expect an average pay increase of 10.3 percent across various job roles in 2016 with chemicals and high technology industries likely to lead the market in terms of salary hikes.

Salary hike,   pay hike in 2016,   employee salary hike,   employee salary in 2016,   Latest Business News,  
AAP <strong>government</strong> directs DTC to disburse pending <strong>salary</strong> to <strong>employees</strong>

AAP government directs DTC to disburse pending salary to employees

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government on Monday directed Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) to immediately disburse the pending salary to its staff.

AAP government,   DTC,   DTC pending salary,   DTC employees,   Delhi Transport Corporation,  
 Indian <strong>employees</strong> may get 11.3 percent <strong>salary</strong> hike this year: Study

Indian employees may get 11.3 percent salary hike this year: Study

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Employees in India are likely to see their salary rise by an average 11.3 percent this year with FMCG and chemical industry expected to lead the market, according to global management consultancy Hay Group.

salary hike,   government employee,   Indian employees,   FMCG,   chemical industry ,  

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