Wednesday, July 27, 2011

“Rates of Daily Allowance on Tour" as per 6th CPC

“Rates of Daily Allowance on Tour"  -  Implementation of the Sixth Central Pay Commission

        “Rates of Daily Allowance on Tour" may be regulated either in accordance with the provisions of this Department's OM, dated 23.9.2008, or as per the old rates prevalent prior to the issue of the said OM, whichever is claimed by the employee.

The option to claim will be available as a complete package for a particular tour and not by taking part of either orders.

In other words, officers may choose to be governed either by orders, dated 23.9.2008 or dated or dated the 17th April, 1998, in regard to daily allowance on tour. Pay in the pay band for the purpose of regulation of Daily Allowance only would be as under :-


Pay range (as per OM)
Revised pay in the pay band
Rs. 16,400 and above Rs. 30,500 and above
Rs. 8,000 and above but less than Rs. 16,400 Rs. 15,000 and above but less than Rs. 30,500
Rs. 6,500 and above but less than Rs. 8,000 Rs. 12,500 and above but less than Rs. 15,000
Rs. 4,100 and above but less than Rs. 6,500 Rs. 8,000 and above but less than Rs. 12,500
Below Rs 4,100 Below Rs. 8,000

 

Rates of Daily Allowance as per the OM No.10/2/98-IC & 19030/2/97-E. IV dated 17.4.1998 published by Finance Ministry as follows...

When the Government servant stays in Government  / Public Sector Guest House or makes his own arrangements…

Pay range

 

(1)

Localities other than those mentioned in Columns (3), (4) and (5)

(2)

'B-1' Class cities and expensive localities listed below*

(3)

'A' Class cities and specially expensive localities listed below*

(4)

'A' Class cities

 

(5)


Rs. 16,400 and above

Rs.

135

Rs.

170

Rs.

210

Rs.

260

Rs. 8,000 and above but less than Rs. 16,400

120

150

185

230

Rs. 6500 and above but less than Rs. 8,000

105

130

160

200

Rs. 4,100 and above but less than Rs. 6,500

90

110

135

170

Below
Rs 4,100

55

70

85

105

 

When the Government servant in a hotel or other establishment providing boarding and / or lodging at Scheduled Tariffs...

Pay range

 

(1)

Localities other than those mentioned in Cloumn (3), (4) and (5)

(2)

'B-1' Class cities and expensive localities listed below*

(3)

'A' Class cities and specially expensive localities listed below*

(4)

'A' Class cities

(5)

Rs. 16,400 and above

Rs.

335

Rs.

425

Rs.

525

Rs.

650

Rs. 8,000 and above but less than
Rs. 16,400

225

330

405

505

Rs. 6500 and above but less than
Rs. 8,000

200

250

305

380

Rs. 4,100 and
above but less than
Rs. 6,500

130

160

195

245

Below
Rs 4,100

65

85

100

125

The intention is to allow hotel rates of D.A. if a Government servant stays in any establishment registered / licensed as a hotel.

Relative orders…

O.M. F.No.19030/3/2008-E.IV dated 23.9.2008

O.M. No.19030/3/2008-E.IV., dated 22.1.2009

2 comments:

Nisha said...

sir,
on official tour i have traveled to Lucknow and from there to Bangalore. i stayed at home in lko and hotel in bangalore. I calimed the TA/DA for complete trip in one form. it was told that as u stayed in home in lko and in hotel in bangalore then u will not be granted the DA for lko and only for bangalore hotel bill will be given.
kindly help and suggest if it is right. if they are reimbursing for hotel then they should reimburse as per standard rates for lko also.

pls suggest what is as per rules.

regards
nisha

Anonymous said...

When the Government servant stays in Government / Public Sector Guest House or makes his own arrangements, DA may be granted as per the above given list.

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