Monday, June 13, 2016

NEW DELHI-110 002.
No. F. 1-2/2016 (PS/PRC)
9th June, 2016

1. The UGC in consultation with the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) hereby constitutes the Pay Review Committee for pay revision of academic staff of Universities and Colleges with the following

Terms of Reference (ToRs):

  1. To review the implementation of the previous decision of the Government/UGC under the scheme of Revision of Pay Scales approved for University and College Teachers, Librarians, Physical Education Personnel and other academic staff in Universities and Colleges, and in the process, to evaluate the extent to which the earlier recommendations in relation to qualifications, service conditions and pay-scales etc. have been implemented.
  2. To examine the present structure of emoluments and conditions of service of University and College Teachers, Librarians, Physical Education Personnel and other academic staff in Universities and Colleges and to suggest revision in the structure, taking into account the minimum qualifications, career advancement opportunities, and total packet of benefits available to them (such as superannuation benefits, medical, housing facilities, etc.).
  3. To. make recommendations on the ways and means for attracting and retaining talented persons in the teaching profession, as well as for furtherance of research in the University System and also for theircareer advancement in teaching and equivalent positions in order to improve the quality of higher education. 
  4. To make recommendations on the ways and means for the furtherance and improvement in the quality of research in the university system as well as ways to encourage engagement with industry for their research requirements. 
  5. To make recommendations on ways and means to improve quality of teaching and encouraging/incentivizing the use of Information Technology in teaching. 
  6. To look into the cases of anomalies, if any, in the matter of pay structure and/or career advancement opportunities for any categories of academic staff, consequent on revision of pay scales based on the recommendations of the preceding Pay Review Committee and to suggest remedial measures.

2.The composition of the UGC Pay Review Committee shall be as follows:

  1. Prof. V.S. Chauhan, - Chairman, Member, UGC, Former Director, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Res: B-23, Geetanjali Enclave, New Delhi-110 017.
  2. Prof. P. Duraisamy, - Member National Fellow, Madras Institute of Development Studies, 79, Second Main Road, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, Chennai. 
  3. Prof. Ram Singh - Member Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, Delhi.
  4. Shri R.C. Panda - Member Retd. lAS (TN: 1972) 
  5. Shri Praveen Kumar, lAS - Member Secretary Joint Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi.

3. The Chairman and the Members of the Pay Review Committee shall perform their responsibility on part-time basis.
4. The Pay Review Committee will recommend the revision of pay of academic staff of Central Universities and Colleges there under and the Institutions Deemed to be Universities whose maintenance expenditure is met by the University Grants Commission.
5. The Pay Review Committee shall initiate necessary studies and analysis with regard to the Terms of Reference and to make its final recommendations in the light of yth CPC recommendations.
6. The pay/structure of emoluments for the non-academic officers and staff of Central Universities and Colleges there under and the Institutions
Deemed to be Universities whose maintenance expenditure is met by UGC and officers & staff working in the UGC are concerned, it will be finalized, separately, in consultation with the Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance, in light of the yth CPC recommendations implemented by the Government of India, and therefore, shall be outside the purview of the PRC.
7. The Pay Review Committee should submit its report to the UGC within six months of its constitution. The Pay Review Committee shall be serviced by the UGC.
To all the Members of the Committee.
Copy to:
1. Secretary (HE), MHRD, Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi.
2. JS (HE), MHRD, Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi.
3. JS (Expenditure), Ministry of Finance, North Block, New Delhi.


Dhanick Will said...

ugc is giving very good the most of the management and universities are selling the Assistant professors posts for more than Rs.25,00,000 lakhs. so the quality of education will be reduced. some guides are selling the PhD. To avoid this all universities should have a panel list the guide should not know the examiner. Nowadays the friends of the guides are the examiners. should be avoided. OR the eligibility will be NET passed not the SLET.

Unknown said...

Add one more thing, the recruitment could done by central government and the ratio of test to interview should be 80:20 so that transparency created.

shashi said...

paying a good salary to the assistant professor out of honest taxpayer citizen. now the question arises what is the responsibility towards nation building in term of research, new innovation, working hours, guide qualification and their expertise, proper time be given to research scholars by the guide especially female candidate and her access to guide for limited period/hours available in university/college etc. as per international working, 40 hours per week whereas Asstt Prof. are available for 15 to 20 hours max. in the institution/college/univ. it is very difficult to female scholars to access guide and she could not want to go their home or any other place and hence loose many female scholars. it is suggested the guide/prof/Asst. Prof/ be present in the univ./college/instt. for 40 hours after taking their classes/periods for doubt clearance to students/scholars.

Kullaya Swamy said...

UGC updating eligibility criteria for Assistant professor but its does not put a condition on selection process..
Such a huge salary and responsible posts are selling univeraity VC's.
This shame for india
And now we want world class universities...
With these process how will it be ossible...

Kullaya Swamy said...

Why UGC not conducting a common recruitment for assistant professors
It can recruit the talent fellows but its unable too

Kullaya Swamy said...

UGC conducting a NET exam twice a year in a very strict manner that means UGC identifying young talented fellows
But it is failing in recruit them
Great UGC
Because of UGC regulations we are unable to establish world class universities...

Unknown said...

And at least one PhD examiner should be from abroad!

Sunny Skaria said...

What happened to the commission? 8 months passed still no recommendations

Dr.D.C. said...

Ph.D. holder may not be justified in 6th PRC. Please show at least some difference between Ph.D. holder and non Ph.D. holder to encourage research in7th PRC