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Pay scale equity

Pay scale equity

Decent work and economic growth

Pay scale equity

No person employed with the University shall be subjected to unequal pay because of gender, race, religion, sexuality, colour, marital status, national origin, physical or mental disability and/or age. Salaries of all the administrative staff are competitive and more than the living wage, or minimum wage as defined by the government. Salaries of all faculty members are competitive and more than the University Grants Commission (UGC) pay scales, decided on the basis of experience and qualification of individual faculty members. Compensation of the employees are decided on the basis of their educational qualification, experience and merit. The University adheres to industry standards and benchmarking practices to ensure competitive salaries.

View Policy on Labour, Equivalent Rights of Third Party Workers and Gender Pay Equity