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DISCRIMINATION AGAINST HSS TEACHERS

Pay Revision sans Justice

Can anybody in this world justify these?



SL NO
HOW DIFFER IN TERMS
HIGH SCHOOL ASSISTANT
HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER
1
Basic Qualification
Degree, B Ed
P G, B Ed
2
Eligibility Exam
Nil
To be Qualified      ( SET)
3
Working days per week
5 Days
6 Days
4
Working hours per day
6 Hours
7 hours
5
Possible Promotion Posts
HSST Jr., HSST, HM, Principal, AEO, ADEO, DEO etc.
Principal
6
Chance of getting promotion
Higher than HSST
One of the lowest in Kerala Government Service
7
Basis of giving grade
Where chance of promotion is less
Where chance of promotion is less
8
No. of grades sanctioned
3
2 grades only
9
Year of getting second grade
Completion of 15 years
Completion of 16 years
10
Percentage increase in Basic pay
87% (HM)
82%(Principal)
11
Nature of Duty of HM/Principal
Administrative only and assisted by ministerial staff
Administrate+ 21 period teaching per week ( No ministerial staff to assist)
12
Increase in BP on completion of 8 years
Rs. 2360
Rs 1500
13
Increase in BP on completion of 16 years
Rs. 4120
Rs. 2000
14
Increase in BP from Higher Grade to Senior grade(in 8 years)
Rs. 1760
Rs. 500 only
 


It is a fact that every job has its own relevance and deserve due recognition. However, HSS Teachers are completely neglected in the Pay revision and their dignity is being questioned. Major parameters like Basic Qualification, Workload, Performance, Chance of Promotion etc., in which highest weightage is eligible to HSSTs, has not been considered in the case of their Pay Revision. Chapter 17, Clause 8 of 9th Pay Commission Report proposes 3 time bound grades for all those employees up to the scale of pay of 29180 which is not seen in the proposed scale of HSSTs. The claim of the Report that several categories of employees like Teachers will get higher scale of pay (Chapter 17, Clause 6) is not true in the case of HSS Teachers. Considering all these, there is an implied duty from the part of all HSS teachers to protest against these unfavourable terms of employment, in whatever legal means they can, so as to increase the scale of pay to a truly deserved higher level and to protect the dignity and recognition of the job.
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