It has always been a tedious job for the management to set the salary range for teachers at various levels, when we speak about levels our teaching staffs are categorized into following levels:
- Primary Teachers (PRT)
- Trained Graduate Teachers (TGT)
- Post Graduate Teachers (PGT)
The Government of India has set up a pay commission and on regular basis we are updated with its recommendations regarding changes in salary structure of its employees. Since independence it has been updating the pay commission, the 7th pay commission, has been launched in September 2015, after this new pay commission, teachers in all primary schools, secondary and higher secondary schools, colleges and universities will have a hiked net salary of around 16 %. In addition to this, the retired teachers will get a pension, 24 % more than what they are receiving at present. The yearly increment will be 3 % of the basic salary, which will be the same as earlier.
Please find below Kendriya Vidyalaya (Central Government) salary structure as per 7th pay Commission as on date:
The table below covers the Salary based on 7th pay commission set by Central Government for PRT, TGT and PGT levels. Carefully check each salary component to get a precise idea of the basic pay, allowances, gross and net salary: (A Sample Calculation)
After a detailed understanding about the various levels below table will give us a complete understanding of approx salary for every levels when an employee gets promotion or non-functional upgradation, he or she progresses one level ahead on the horizontal range:
After implementation of 7th pay commission various states have also made changes accordingly for e.g. Pay Matrix Table for Chhattisgarh Government Employees – (Revision of Pay) Rules, 2017
Every state have revised their pay scales, for more information and guidance for any school related queries please feel free to contact us at 8889063333 or you can drop an email at firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com.