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Friday, July 19, 2024

Salary Increment of Rs 350 for Teachers Who Didn’t Strike

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Transport and Mass Media Minister Bandula Gunawardana announced that the Cabinet has approved a salary increase for teachers who continued teaching and did not participate in the sick leave campaign.

Addressing the media, he stated that teachers in Grade 3(I) will receive a salary increase of Rs. 525. Those in Grade 2(I) will receive an increase of Rs. 1,335, and teachers in Grade 1 will get a salary increase of Rs. 1,630.

He emphasized that these salary increases will not affect their pensions. Additionally, the same increment will be granted to all those who were employed during the sick leave campaign, he added.


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