At a time when the BJP -led government is focusing on job creation in the state, a move to slash government jobs is likely to create a controversy.
Thirteen lakh Maharashtra state government employees and around 7 lakh pensioners will have to wait for their revised pay at least till March 2018.
The 7th Pay Commission recommendations will be enforced from January 1 2016 onwards in the state, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has said.
Minister of HRD Shri Prakash Javadekar written reply states that 6th Pay Commission will be implemented to Maharashtra Govt Teachers
While several courts across the country have in recent months ordered that such leave be granted in specific cases, the state government is the first to issue a government resolution to the effect.
On Monday, the state Information Technology department issued a Government Resolution (GR) asking all the government departments not to use google translator facility for translation purpose.
Maharashtra finance department, has recommended that no fresh institutions or cadres be covered under the pension scheme. However, adopted National New Pension Scheme or Defined Contribution Pension (DCP) Scheme from November 1, 2005, and…
In its report, the finance department also recommended that pension should not be extended to newly-recruited employees or cadres and called for the appointment of actuarial firms to estimate the actual annual pensionary burden and set up a…
The demand of various Employees unions for raising retirement age of Maharashtra State Government from 58 to 60 Years was rejected by the State Government.