- Government has done a commendable job by increasing the retirement age of teaching faculty of private aided colleges from 58 years to 60 years.
The spokesperson of the Punjab government said that this demand was being made by the teaching faculty of the private aided colleges for a long time, which the Bhagwant Maan government has fulfilled and has also issued the due notification in this regard.
Giving information about the notification issued by the state government, the spokesperson said that the retirement age of teaching faculty currently working in private aided colleges will be 60 years as before.
He said that the administrative department of UGC. The provisions made in paragraphs 13 (two) and 13 (three) of the notification dated September 29, 2022 regarding pay scales (allowances and pension) shall not be applicable to the teaching faculty of private aided colleges.
He said that the teaching faculty of private aided colleges will continue to get the allowances they were getting before the implementation of this notification.
AAP senior leader Malwinder Kang has thanked the state government for this decision and also congratulated the teaching faculty of the private aided colleges of the state.
He said that the government of Aam Aadmi Party is a sympathetic government of the people and the legitimate demands of the people are being met one by one by the government.