Pay hike for welfare schemes' workers

Wed 03 Aug 2016, 12:40:16
The long wait for hike in salaries of employees working with ‘poverty elimination projects’ finally came to an end on Tuesday with the government increasing the pay for workers in Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty (SERP) and National Rural Employment Guarantee (NREGA) schemes.
This decision was taken at a meeting presided over by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and attended by Panchayat Raj and Rural Development Minister J Krishna Rao and other officials concerned. 
The salaries of Mandal Samakhya Coordinators in SERP

have been increased from Rs 6,150 to Rs 12,000. Out of the total 4,174 employees, 767 would benefit from the hike. The salaries of the other workers would be increased by 30 per cent. Nearly 7,000 field assistants, out of 10,000 employees, working under NREGA also got a considerable hike. 
Their salary has been increased from Rs 6,290 to Rs 10,000 with immediate effect. The payment for others would be increased by 20 per cent. The Chief Minister asked officials to issue the necessary orders and implement the same at the earliest.

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