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Gujarat fix pay employees Related Latest News If a worker employed in a fixed payee gets caught in anti-corruption, he can not be suspended directly

Gujarat fix pay employees Related Latest News If a worker employed in a fixed payee gets caught in anti-corruption, he can not be suspended directly

An informal group of fixed-wage employees of Gujarat — Team Fix Pay, which is coordinating the legal fight in the Supreme Court against the Gujarat government’s controversial policy of employing people on fixed wage for five years before regularising them — has decided to protest on February 16 when the policy will enter into 14th year.

The group has decided that all the state government employees who have been recruited under the fixed-wage policy will, first, give a memorandum to the concerned head of the department with a demand to end the policy immediately and second, work wearing black ribbon as a mark of protest on February 16.


The Gujarat government will be recruiting 50,000 employees for class III posts on fixed pay in the coming months. The govt. has asked all state departments to “immediately start recruiting”.

The fixed pay policy of the state government was shot down by the Gujarat HC which has asked the state government to pay wages as per the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations to all fixed pay employees. Following this the state government had stopped the entire recruitment process. But the government approached the SC in May and got relief as the HC order was stayed by the SC. Following this

With the elections nearby in the state, the state govt. is speeding up the process of filling up the vacant posts of class III employees. Departments have been asked to fill vacant posts without delay, “disregarding the powers for recruitment currently vested in Gujarat Public Service Commission, Gujarat Secondary Service Selection Board and Gujarat Panchayat Service Selection Board.”

Majority of the recruitment will be done by the education department, to meet the criterions for implementation of Right to Education.  Education department  will recruit – shiksha sahayaks for higher secondary classes at a fixed pay of Rs 10,000 per month, shikshan sahayaks for secondary level classes for Rs 9,400, vidya sahayaks for primary schools for Rs 5,300, and saathi sahayaks (helpers) for Rs 4,500. Others to be recruited include foresters (vanpals) and constables (raksha sahayaks) for a fixed pay of Rs 4,500 or Rs 5,300. The government will also be recruiting 500 class III junior engineers for roads & buildings department for a fixed pay of Rs 16,500.

An informal group of fixed-wage employees of Gujarat — Team Fix Pay, which is coordinating the legal fight in the Supreme Court against the Gujarat government’s controversial policy of employing people on fixed wage for five years before regularising them — has decided to protest on February 16 when the policy will enter into 14th year.

The group has decided that all the state government employees who have been recruited under the fixed-wage policy will, first, give a memorandum to the concerned head of the department with a demand to end the policy immediately and second, work wearing black ribbon as a mark of protest on February 16.

Gujarat fix pay employees Related Latest News If a worker employed in a fixed payee gets caught in anti-corruption, he can not be suspended directly

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Gujarat fix pay employees Related Latest News If a worker employed in a fixed payee gets caught in anti-corruption, he can not be suspended directly Rating: 4.5 Diposkan Oleh: Raghu Thakor

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