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Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Central Government Employees Transfer Rates Reviewed in case of A-1/A/B-1 Cities...



No. 19030/3/2008-E.IV
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
***

New Delhi dated the 8th June, 2010

Office Memorandum

Sub: Travelling Allowance Rules - Implementation of the Sixth CPC.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department's OM of even number dated 23.09.08 on the subject cited above and to say that it has been brought to Government's notice that the issue of this OM has led to lowering of the per km rates for transportation of personal effects by road on transfer in the case of A-1 / A / B-1 class cities. The provision under para 4.C of the said OM has been reviewed and it has now been decided to replace the existing provisions contained in para of the said OM dated 23.09.08, with the following:


"C. Transportation of Personal Effects
Grade Pay
(1)
By Train/Steamer
(2)
Rate per Km for transport by
road (Rs.Per Km.)
(3)
X & Y class
cities*
Z class
cities*
Officers drawing Grade
Pay of Rs. 7600 and
above and those in Pay
Scale HAG+and above
6000 Kgs. By Goods
Train / 4 wheeler
wagon / 1 double
container
30.00
(Rs.0.005 per
kg. per km)
18.00
(Rs.0.003 per
kg. per km
Officers drawing Grade
Pay of Rs. 4200, Rs.
4600, Rs.4800, Rs.5400
and Rs.6600
6000 Kgs. By Goods
Train / 4 wheeler
wagon / 1 single
container
30.00
(Rs.0.005 per
kg. per km)
18.00
(Rs.0.003 per
kg. per km
Officers drawing Grade
Pay of Rs.2800
3000 Kgs. 15.00
(Rs.0.005 per
kg. per km)
9.00
(Rs.0.003 per
kg. per km
Officers drawing Grade
Pay of below Rs.2800
1500 Kgs. 7.50
(Rs.0.005 per
kg. per km)
4.60
(Rs.0.0031
per kg. per km


The rates for transporting the entitled weight by Steamer will be equal to the prevailing rates prescribed by such transport in ships operated by Shipping Corporation of India."

* As per classification of cities for the purpose of admissibility of House Rent Allowance.

2. Attention is also invited to para 4.B of the OM dt. 23.09.08, which regulates the payment of Composite Transfer Grant. In this connection, it is reiterated that the

components and incidentals which were merged/subsumed with the Composite Transfer Grant, as per para 4.B of this Ministry's OM No.19003/2/97-E.IV dt. 17.04.98, remain unchanged.

3. The revised provisions as under para 1 above, shall be applicable w.e.f. 01.09.2008, i.e. the date from which revised T.A. rules are applicable.


(Y.P.Sehgal)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India


Travelling Allowance Rules - 6th CPC
Travelling Allowance Rules - 6th CPC
Admissibility for reimbursement for travel within the city

13 comments:

naval kishore said...

I have transferred on sept,09 to y class city & already claimed the transportation of personnel effects as per old rates. now rates have been revised w.e.f.1.09.08 by order dated 8.06.10 wether I will got the difference . kindly clarify.

avicat said...

Ths ruling borders on the absurd. Imagine a person moving from Ambala to Alleypey in Kerela. Since he moves from one Z station to another his entitlement will be substantially lower than somebody who moves from Ambala to Mumbai. How does one explain that

The Cook said...

You can file a supplementary claim, attaching a copy of this order. You can get the balance amount credited.

amit said...

@avicat the uling is as per the starting stn with no relation as to the destination so there won't be any diff whether you go to mumbai or allepey, all that matters is from where u start

rahul said...

in last two years i have moved from roorkee to wellington & further from wellington to delhi, can i prefer any supplementary claim.

Anonymous said...

From where can i get the latest RMA rates for Ranchi. I require to prepare my claim for transportation of car from Ranchi to Delhi. Can anyone help.

VIREN said...

I AM TRANFER FROM LUDHIANA (Y CLASS CITY)TO DELHI (X CLASS CITY)AND CLAIM MY PERSONAL AT THE NEW ORDER I.E.
RS. 30.00
(Rs.0.005 per
kg. per km)
BUT MY OFFICE IS SAID THAT YOUR PERSONAL EFFECT CLAIM IS SETTLED AT THE RATE TO RS. 18 (RS.0.003 PER KG. PER KM..
IS MY OFFICE VIEW IS RIGHT.
PLEASE CLARIFY IT

nikhil said...

Recently I submit my claim at the rate of above OM from Kolkata to Mumbai.But Our PAO refund the bill as comments: THE CLAIM IS RESTRICTED BY RAILWAY FARE AS THE BOTH CITIES ARE CONNECTED BY RAIL.
Now what can I do? Any one suggest me.
Nikhil.

thulasi said...

As per GOI order No.(1) under SR 116, there were already higher rates of transportation charges @ 30/- , 15/- etc for A-1/A/B-1 cities with clear cut specification that the higher rate is admissible only for carriage of PE from one place to another within the limit of such A-1/A/B-1 cities. Now, when GOI issued order on 23.09.08, this higher rate was not prescribed there,and therefore vide order dated 8.6.10, by indicating that "the issue of OM dated 23.09.08 has led to lowering of per km rates of tpt. of PE by road on transfer in the case of A-1/A/B-1 cities " , has added higher rates for higher cities i.e. X & Y cities. So what should be the correct procedure ? Is it not the correct procedure in the case of a transfer from X/Y city to another X/Y city, to allow higher rates only for that city limits and then lower rates for the remaining/ intervening distances ? Otherwise, how can one define correct rates for a transfer from X/Y city to Z city and vice versa ?The GOI order under SR 116 may be referred and compared with the latest OM.

dinesh said...

Need a clarification--
An employee transferred from Z-class city to X/Y class is entitled for Rs.30/Km or Rs.18/Km ??

Anonymous said...

Please provide me format of advance claim of composite transfer grant with luggage claim

sanjay said...

sir i am in kvs and posted from manipur to bangalore. in 2012 and got ta claim at-rs 18 per km. when i asked for sup claim, my clerk says i am not entitled because i am posted from a c class city (churachandpur, manipur). is he right?

Anonymous said...

I Am sudhakar, IPO Sullurupeta Sub Dn under Gudur Dn, Nellore Distt As per swamy TA Rules that transfer from X/Y Class city to X/Y/Z class city will be applicable higher rate of charge i.e, Rs 37.50 P/Km,(X Class rate) and transfer within Z class cities (Z to Z) will be applicable only Z class rate only. Please refer to Swamy Hand Book 2014 for reference.


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