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Junior level central government employees may get salary hike

While the central government has decided to keep the salary of mid and senior level central government employees unchanged, it is considering a proposal to raise the salary of all central government employees whose pay falls within pay matrix level

Government Jobs: Over 4 Lakh Posts Lying Vacant in Central Govt

More than four lakh posts are lying vacant in the Central government as on March 1, 2016, according to a finance ministry report called Pay and Allowances of Central Government Civilian Employees for 2016-17 said. There is a need to capture jobs on the real-time basis, said Niti Aayog.

The report said that the number of vacancies came down from 6 lakhs as on March 1, 2013, to 4.21 lakh as on March 1, 2014. While the number of vacancies came down in a year, it remained same in subsequent years as it was in 2014, the report suggested.

No 8th Pay Commission, the government is looking at an alternative to revise future salaries

In a move that may not go down well with the central government employees, the government has decided to do away with Pay Commission in the future.

According to The Sen Times report, no new Pay Commission would be formed in future for increasing salaries of central government employees. “The government is determined to take strong decision in this regard,” a top finance ministry official was quoted by the Sen Times report.

Air India stake sale: Government mulls absorbing employees in PSUs

The government is exploring options of absorbing Air India employees in public sector enterprises and voluntary retirement package as it moves ahead with the airline's disinvestment amid stiff opposition from worker unions, sources said.

While foreign direct investment of up to 49 per cent has been allowed in the debt-laden carrier, efforts are on to ensure a smooth strategic disinvestment and a group of ministers are weighing various options.

Government toughens stand on fake employment agents

The State government has decided to take up a special drive against the fake agents of overseas employment as part of the measures to prevent human trafficking and ensure safe expatriation, for better livelihood.

At a review meeting held here on Saturday by NRI Affairs Minister K.T. Rama Rao and Labour Minister N. Narsimha Reddy, it was decided to give a time of one month for registration to all agents in the e-migrate system and those who fail to register, their agency during the period would be treated as fake agency and criminal action would be initiated against them.

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