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HP govt employees to get time scale of 4-9-14

The Himachal Pradesh government employees will get time scale of 4-9-14.

This was announced by the Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal while addressing the Joint Consultative Committee meeting held in Shimla today. The decision would benefit over 3 lakh regular, contractual, part time, daily wage employees of different Departments, Boards and Corporations.

The CM announced that contractual employees recruited through proper recruitment system will be regularised in six years now instead of eight years earlier. He also announced grant of one special increment to class IV employees on completion of 20 years of service.

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