No Performance Related Incentives for BARC and ISRO From Now


No Performance Related Incentives for BARC and ISRO From Now

Till now BARC and ISRO have enjoyed performance related incentives but the recent cabinet meeting has decided to cut it down to reduce extra burden on the economy.

Till now BARC and ISRO have enjoyed performance related incentives but the recent cabinet meeting has decided to cut it down to reduce extra burden on the economy. According to the sources, in a cabinet meeting headed by the state minister for space and secretaries from Bhabha Atomic Research Center and Department of Space it has been decided that now PRIS or Performance Related Incentive Scheme is not required since the scientists in these organizations are already getting the highest salaries in the country. 

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