Govt of Maharashtra 6th (Sixth) Pay Commission  

10 things you wanted to know about 6th pay commission Maharashtra.

1. Maharashtra Government decided to implement the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission, a move that would benefit over 13 lakh state employees.

2. The decision would result in additional burden of Rs 8,091 cr on the state exchequer.

3. The recommendations would be implemented from January 1, 2006. Over 13 lakh employees would get an overall hike of 20-30 per cent

4. There will be an overall increase of 20 to 25 per cent in the salary of the employees and the arrears from January 2006 to March 2009 will be deposited in provident fund for the employees in the next five years, while the retired employees will also get the same amount in five years .

5. Arrears of Rs 18,370 crore would be paid to the employees in installments .

6. Those employees who had retired before January 1, 2006 would get an additional benefit of upto 40 percent of the pension amount.

7. The state government has reduced the eligibility age of 33 years of services for entitlement of pension to 20 years.

8. Most of the recommendations of P M A Hakim Committee set up at the state level to review the Sixth Pay Commission have been accepted in December last year.

9. The government has not taken any decision on Hakeem's recommendation for removing all the class IV employees.

10. Some of the major suggestions included increase in Dearness Allowance and Transport Allowance.

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