Sikkim employees

Gangtok, May 11: The government of Sikkim has announced an advance increment scheme for state government employees who possess Sikkim subject certificates or certificates of identification.

This scheme is meant for those employees who have two or more surviving children. The announcement was made recently and the scheme will be effective from January 1, 2023.

According to the scheme, employees having two surviving children will be provided one advance increment, while those having three surviving children will get an additional increment. The scheme is not applicable for adopted children, and either spouse can claim the increment based on mutual understanding.

The state government has taken this step to support and encourage family planning among government employees. It is believed that this scheme will benefit a large number of employees who are struggling with the rising cost of living and other expenses.

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The Sikkim subject certificate or certificate of identification is a vital document for the people of Sikkim. It is required for education, employment, business, and property ownership. Possession of this certificate is a key eligibility criterion for various government jobs and other schemes.

This scheme is expected to boost the morale of the state government employees and also encourage them to plan their families better. It will also help in promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment as the scheme allows either spouse to claim the increment.

Overall, the scheme is a step towards providing better support to state government employees and ensuring that their families can lead a decent life. The state government is committed to the welfare of its employees and is taking various measures to ensure their well-being.