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iitdehu
Greetings All,
Currently i am working with engineering college since 2003 as a Non teaching faculty.In August increment is given to people who are closer to Principal and Head of the Department. For that no criteria is define. Is there any law to stop such malpractice.Not a single Appreciation letter is given to the people who got such increment by Admin office.
They are using different laws for Teaching and Non Teaching faculty like UGC, Pune University Act and Maharashtra state Act.

From India, Pune
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Ravi5554
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Subbarao.nv
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Ashutosh Thakre
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ravi5554
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Hi,
There is no law for increment and appraisal system, it totally depends on the management as well work performance of employee.
So legally you can't fight for the increment, but you can fight for the wages to be defined as per their profiles in minimum wages act as per the states.

From India, Mumbai
Ashutosh Thakre
273

Just out of curiosity, if there are no criteria and no appreciation letter given, how do you know who has got the increment and who are close to the HOD and Principal.
It would be a policy of the college to given increment to some in August and others in some other month. First check the policy of the college. Also if you feel that some one who is profile wise equivalent to you is having more salary, speak with the management and get the issue sorted.
There is no law as to how the increment should be given.
Regards,
Ashutosh Thakre

From India, Mumbai
subbarao.nv
40

Dear Ashutoshji,
It happens only in INDIA... No rules, No ethics, No equality, No minimum wages, No Security of job in Indian Private industries and as like in private educational institutions. No one can change this scenario. People have to adjust or to QUIT.
Regards
NV Subba Rao

From India, Hyderabad
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