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Friday, 4 December 2020

4200 grad pay

Provision has been made for Maintaining Primary Schools where there are at least 10 Students in each class as Mentioned in rule - 12 of the Primary Education Rules. According to the Preamble 2, The Primary education Schools in the State will be of STD one inn the Schools


Out of the Schools Running From 1 to 6, The Schools which have more than 20 Students in STD 6 will have to Close STD 6 Classes and in the Schools which have more than 20 Students in STD out of the Schools which are running STD 1 to 7 , the Schools which have less number of Students than STD 6 to 7 will have to close STd 6 to 7 classes.

Prologue 1 to 4 Provisions and details Considering the Order received on the Note of Prologue 5 the number of children in primary schools which are less than the number of students in std 6 and Std 6 and StD 7 has to be ncluded in other near by schools.students with more facilities and close subject teachers should have a teacher in the school to get education as well as the teachers who are on duty in this school should also merge the primary school for the purpose of making maximum use of the skills service.

The Victory of the primary schoolin that village willbe to distribute to the nearest upper primary school with more  facilities or from the date of orderinng the children of this school. it will be the rsponsibility of the head teacher to see that.

The Gujarat government has decided to postpone the notification regarding the reduction in the grade pay of primary teachers in the state, which was made almost a year ago.

Through this notification dated June 25, 2019, the state government had reduced the grade pay of more than 60 thousand teachers recruited after 2010 in primary teachers from Rs. 4200 to Rs. 2800.

Giving this information on Friday, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that after his meeting with the representatives of the agitating Gujarat Primary Teachers Union and Gujarat Educational Federation, he had discussed the matter with Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. Rupani has decided to postpone the notification till a policy decision is taken in this case. With this, primary teachers will continue to get grade pay of Rs. 4200 again. He assured that the government would not allow any loss in teachers’ salaries.




It is known that the teachers had first protested against the reduction in grade pay through rallies etc. and later opened a front against the government on social media in the wake of the Corona crisis. He claimed that with this reduction, each teacher was getting around Rs one lakh less in salary in a year.

The Gujarat government has decided to postpone the notification regarding the reduction in the grade pay of primary teachers in the state, which was made almost a year ago.

Through this notification dated June 25, 2019, the state government had reduced the grade pay of more than 60 thousand teachers recruited after 2010 in primary teachers from Rs. 4200 to Rs. 2800.

Giving this information on Friday, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that after his meeting with the representatives of the agitating Gujarat Primary Teachers Union and Gujarat Educational Federation, he had discussed the matter with Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. Rupani has decided to postpone the notification till a policy decision is taken in this case. With this, primary teachers will continue to get grade pay of Rs. 4200 again. He assured that the government would not allow any loss in teachers’ salaries.

It is known that the teachers had first protested against the reduction in grade pay through rallies etc. and later opened a front against the government on social media in the wake of the Corona crisis. He claimed that with this reduction, each teacher was getting around Rs one lakh less in salary in a year.

The Gujarat government has decided to postpone the notification regarding the reduction in the grade pay of primary teachers in the state, which was made almost a year ago.

Through this notification dated June 25, 2019, the state government had reduced the grade pay of more than 60 thousand teachers recruited after 2010 in primary teachers from Rs. 4200 to Rs. 2800.

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Giving this information on Friday, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that after his meeting with the representatives of the agitating Gujarat Primary Teachers Union and Gujarat Educational Federation, he had discussed the matter with Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. Rupani has decided to postpone the notification till a policy decision is taken in this case. With this, primary teachers will continue to get grade pay of Rs. 4200 again. He assured that the government would not allow any loss in teachers’ salaries.

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