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CSD Price List of Maruti Cars

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CSD Price List of Maruti Cars:



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MARUTIUDYOG800 A/C1,93,000
MARUTIUDYOG800 A/C (M)1,95,200

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Crompton GreavesPedestal Fan SDX Super white1,386.00
Crompton GreavesWall Fan SDX Super white1,342.00
OrientCeiling Fan Orient PSPO Summer Cool 48" Brown950.00
BajajCeiling Fan Bajaj Br. Pride White 48"1,007.00
UshaCeiling Fan Usha 1050 mm Sonata White/Brown 42"950.00
PolarCeiling Fan Polar 1050mm Sweep New Beta Brown848.00
KhaitanCeiling Fan Khaitan Magnate 48" Brown946.00
BajajBajaj Water Heater-25Ltrs. Round Vertical3,844.00
PhilipsCTV Philips 14" (2117)2,066.00
SamsungSamsung DVD Player (P 460)3,161.00
UshaSewing Machine Usha Tailor Deluxe2,655.00
Sumeet AppliancesSumeet Machin-Grinderman Mixer Grinder M8642,433.00
HawkinsPressure Cooker Contura without Sep. 5 litres903.00
PrestigePressure Cooker New Dlx without Sep. 10 litres1428.00
MiltonMilton Tiffin Sentinel 4 S/Steel Containers365.00
SunflameSunflame Double Burner S/Steel with electronic ignition system1,523.00

Salaries of Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts increased

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Salaries of Judges will be increased

The Cabinet in its meeting held yesterday decided to increase the salaries of Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts. This revision has been necessitated because of the increase in the salaries of the Central Government employees on acceptance of the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission.

The Chief Justice of India will now get a salary of Rs.1,00,000/- p.m. plus Dearness Allowance(DA) thereon. Judges of Supreme Court and Chief Justices of High Courts will draw a salary of Rs. 90,000/- p.m. plus DA thereon whilst the Judges of High Court will draw a salary of Rs.80,000/- p.m. plus DA thereon. This will be effective from 01.01.2006. 40% of the arrears of salary will be given in the current financial year and the balance 60% in the next financial year.

The Government has also decided to double the existing limit of both sumptuary allowance and furnishing allowance for all the Supreme Court and High Court Judges. This will be effective from 01.09.2008. Necessary Government order will issue after effecting amendment in the relevant legislation.


Concessions and Facilities for Disabled Employees

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Concessions and Facilities Provided by Central Government
The Central Government have provided some facilities and concessions for the benefit of disabled people to integrate them into the mainstream. The facilities and concessions are:
1. Scheme of Integrated Education
2. Job Reservation in Government Sector
3. Economic Assistance
4. Welfare Schemes
5. Travel Concessions
Schemes for Integrated Education: The scheme of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC) is a Centrally sponsored scheme and is being implemented by the Department of Secondary and Higher Education under the Ministry of Human Resource Development since 1982. Under this scheme, children with disabilities are encouraged to be integrated in the normal school system.
States and Union Territories (UTs) are provided assistance for education of the children with disabilities in general schools. The assistance provided includes the provision of necessary aids, incentives and specially trained teachers. A three- member team comprising of a doctor, a psychologist and a special educator is formed for assessment of the disability among school going children. The target groups covered under this scheme includes:
1. Children with locomotor handicaps (Orthopaedically Handicapped (O.H.))
2. Mildly and moderately hearing impaired.
3. Partially sighted children.
4. Mentally handicapped-educable group (IQ 50-70)
5. Children with multiple disabilities (visual and orthopaedic impairment; hearing and orthopaedic impairment; educable mentally retarded and orthopaedic impairment; visual and mild hearing impairment)
6. Children with learning disabilities.

The following monetary allowances are permitted for the disabled children under this scheme:
Books and Stationery allowance of Rs.400/- per annum.
Uniform allowance of Rs.50/-per annum.
Transport allowance of Rs.50/- per month (if a disabled child admitted under the scheme resides is in a hostel of the school within the school premises, no transportation charges would be admissible).
Reader allowance of Rs.50/- per month in case of blind children after class V. Escort allowance for severely handicapped children with lower extremity disabilities @ Rs.75/- per month.
Actual cost of equipment subject to a maximum of Rs.2000/- per student for a period of five years.
Other Concessions:

1. In the case of severe degree of orthopaedically handicapped children, it may be necessary to allow one attendant for 10 children in a school. The attendant may be given the standard scale of pay prescribed for Group D employees in the State/U.T. concerned.
2. Disabled children residing in hostels within the same school where they are studying may get boarding & lodging charges as admissible under the state government regulations. In case there is no state scheme of awarding scholarship to such hostel residents, then each one of them is eligible to receive the actual boarding & lodging charges subject to a maximum of Rs.200/- per month. This allowance does not apply if the income of the parents exceed Rs.3000/- p.m.
3. Severe orthopaedically handicapped children residing in school hostels may need a helper or an Ayah. A special pay of Rs.50/- p.m. is admissible to any employee of the hostel willing to extend such help to the children in addition to the usual duties.
4. If there are at least 10 handicapped children enrolled in a school located in a rural area, then an allowance of Rs.300/-p.m. is allowed so as to meet the expenses of their free transportation by a rickshaw. This allowance also covers the capital cost of the rickshaw and labour charges of rickshaw puller. No individual transport allowance is then admissible for the students.
5. Grant of education allowance to the children &reimbursement of the tuition fee for Central Government employees will be governed by the Central Civil Services (Education Assistance) Orders, 1988. Under this order, the reimbursement of tuition fee in respect of physically handicapped and mentally retarded children of the Central government employees has been enhanced to Rs.50 p.m. (from class I to XII) in comparison to the general category where it is only Rs.20.p.m. The disabled children will, however, get other assistance under this scheme as per rates prescribed for the normal children

Scholarships/ Fellowships for Disabled Persons:
Scholarships for disabled persons from class IX onwards have been transferred to state and union territory administration. The scholarships under this scheme are limited to a maximum period of 6 years after class XII. Income limit of parents/ guardians of the candidates should not be more than Rs. 2000 per month. In addition to monthly scholarships the candidates are also eligible to receive Readers Allowance.
The University Grants Commission has reserved 1% of the fellowships allocated to the universities for the handicapped.
Job Reservation in Government Sector under PWD Act- 1995. Since 1977 Government establishments are providing 3% reservation for the disabled in respect of Group C and Group D posts. After the enactment of the PWD Act, this reservation has also been extended in Group A and B identified posts. Identification of posts for persons with disabilities in all four groups has already been done in 1986 by the central government.
A committee was set up to modify the identification of posts in view of the PWD Act 1995. Identification of the posts has been completed. As per the order of government of India, reservation of 3% in jobs has been made in the identified posts for the physically handicapped persons in all the four Grades. One percent jobs each has been reserved for blind, deaf and orthopaedically handicapped. For effective implementation of the reservation it has been advised to maintain a roaster of vacancies arising on a yearly basis.
In this way every Ist, 34th & 67th vacancy is earmarked for the disabled in the cycle of 100 vacancies. A Committee has already identified appropriate posts for the physically disabled. The other concessions include.
In order to implement these reservations without loss of productivity, some posts are identified disability wise.
Disabled persons recruited for regional Grade C and Grade D posts may be given their posting (as far as possible) near their native place in that region subject to the administrative constraints. PH employees may be given preference in transfer near their native place.
The ban on filling up of non-operational vacant posts will not be applicable for reserve vacancies to be filled up by PH persons. If a reserve category of person is not available and the nature of vacancy in an office is such, it may be carried forward for a period of three subsequent years.
It has been instructed that recaning of chairs in government offices should be reserved for blind persons as far as possible. When the volume of work require a full time chair caner then a suitable post may be created in consultation with the finance department.
For the purpose of recaning the chairs in government offices, vocational rehabilitation centres and special employment exchange for the PH persons may be contacted. All the vacancies irrespective of their nature and duration are to be notified to the employment exchange and required to be filled through this agency unless they are filled through UPSC/SSC.
It has also been decided that all of the appointees should send their request to Employment Exchange/Special Employment Exchange/nearest Vocational Rehabilitation Centres for P.H. for nominating suitably handicapped persons to fulfil specific opportunities.
Extension of the age concession/ relaxation upwards by 10 years in favour of handicapped persons. This applies to posts filled through the SSC and through Employment Exchange.
Physically Handicapped persons who are otherwise eligible for appointment to posts of Lower Division Clark but cannot be so appointed due to their inability to satisfy the typing qualifications may be exempted from this requirement.

Physically Handicapped persons recruited to Grade. B and Grade. C posts advertised by the UPSC and SSC will be exempted from the payment of application and examination fee as prescribed by UPSC/SSC. Physically Handicapped persons with disability of upper or lower extremities are to be grated conveyance allowance at 5% of basic pay. Under the All India Service (Special Disability Leave) Regulation, 1957, special leave may be granted to a member of the service employee who suffers a disability as a result of risk of office or special risk of office. The special leave is subject to certain conditions.

Other Benefits:
Air Travel Concessions Indian Airlines allow 50% concession fares to blind persons on single journeys. Postage Payment of postage, both inland and foreign, for transmission by post of 'Blind Literature' packets is exempted if sent by surface route. Customs/Excise Braille paper has been exempted from excise and customs duty provided the paper is supplied direct to a school for the blind or to a Braille press against an indent placed by the National Institute for the Visually Handicapped, Dehradun.
All audiocassettes recorded with material from books, newspapers or magazines for the blind are exempt from custom duty. Several other items have also been exempted from customs duty if imported for the use of a disabled person.
Conveyance Allowance All central government employees who are blind or orthopedically handicapped are granted conveyance at 5 per cent of basic pay subject to a maximum of Rs. 100 per month.
Educational Allowance Reimbursement of tuition fee of physically and mentally handicapped children of the Central government employees has been enhanced to Rs. 50/-.

Rate of Interest:
Keeping in view the social objective the interest will uniformly be charged 4% p.a. Physically Handicapped persons are eligible under DRI scheme for loan to purchase artificial limbs, hearing aids, wheelchairs etc., subject to maximum of Rs. 2500/- per borrower provided such assistance is given alongwith the advances for productive activities and self employment ventures and all other requirements under DRI scheme are fulfilled.
Under the scheme of “Financing Small Scale Industries”, a special provision has been made to allow concession of ?% in the interest to the physically handicapped availing working capital limit above Rs.2500/- and upto Rs. 2 lakhs.

Income Tax Concession :

The amount of deduction from total income of a person with blindness, mental retardation or permanent physical disability has been increased to Rs. 40,000/-.

80DD (Deductions in respect of medical treatment, etc., of handicapped persons):Where an assessee who is resident in India, being an individual of a Hindu Undivided family has, during the previous year, included any expenditure for the medical treatment (including nursing), training and rehabilitation of a person who:
is a relative of the individual or, as the case may be, is a member of the Hindu undivided family and is not dependent on any person other than such individual or Hindu undivided family for his support or maintenance, and is suffering from a permanent physical disability (including blindness) or is subject to mental retardation, being a permanent physical disability or mental retardation specified in the rules made in this behalf by the Board, which is certified by a physician, a surgeon, an oculist or a psychiatrist, as the case be, working in a government hospital, and which has the effect of reducing considerably such person's capacity for normal work or engaging in a gainful employment or occupation.
The assessee shall, in accordance with and subject to the provisions of this section, be allowed a deduction of a sum of Rupees fifteen thousand only (Rs. 15,000/-) in respect of the previous year.Explanation: for the purpose of this section, "Government Hospital" includes a departmental dispensary whether full time or part time established and run by a Department of the Government for the medical attendance and treatment of a class or classes of Government Servants and members of their families, a hospital maintained by the local authority and any other hospital which arrangements have been made by the Government for the treatment of Government servants.

80 DDA (Deduction in respect of deposit made for maintenance of handicapped dependent):
1. In computing the total income of an assessee who is resident in India, being an individual or a hindu undivided family, there shall be deduction, in accordance with and subject to the provisions of this section, an amount not exceeding twenty thousand rupees (Rs.20,000) paid or deposited by him in the previous year out of his income chargeable to tax, under any scheme framed in this behalf by the Life Insurance Corporation or the Unit Trust of India subject to the conditions specified in sub-section (2) and approved by the board in this behalf.
2. The deduction under sub-section (94) shall be allowed only if the following conditions are fulfilled, namely:
3. The scheme referred to in sub-section (1) provided for payment of annunity or lump sum amount for the benefit of a handicapped dependant in the event of the death of the individual or the member of the Hindu undivided family in whose name subscription to the scheme has been made;
4. The assessee nominates either the handicapped dependant or any other person or a trust to receive the payment on his behalf, or the benefit of the handicapped dependent.
5. If the handicapped dependant predeceases the individual or the Hindu undivided family referred to in sub section (2), an amount equal to the amount paid or deposited under sub-section (1) shall be deemed to be the income of the assessee of the previous year in which such amount is received by the assessee and shall accordingly be chargeable to tax as the income of that previous year.
6. In this section:
7. "Government hospital" shall have the meaning assigned to it in the explanation to section 80 DD;
8. "Handicapped dependent" shall mean a person who is a relative of the individual or, as the case may be, is a member of the Hindu undivided family and is not dependant on any person other than such individual or Hindu undivided family for his support or maintenance; and who is suffering from a permanent physical disability(including blindness) or is subject to mental retardation, being a permanent physical disability or mental retardation specified in the rules made by the Board for the purposes of section 80DD, which is certified by a physician, a surgeon, an oculist or a psychiatrist, as the case may be, working in a Government hospital, and which has the effect of refusing considerably such persons capacity for normal work or engaging in a gainful employment or occupation.
"Life Insurance Corporation" shall have the same meaning as in clause (iii) of sub section of section 88.
"Unit Trust of India" means The Unit Trust of India established under the Unit Trust of India Act, 1963 (52 of 1963).

80 DDB (Deduction in respect of medical treatment etc):
Where an assessee who is resident in India has, during the previous year, incurred any expenditure for the medical treatment of such disease or ailment as may be specified in the rules "made in this behalf by the Board.
for himself or a dependent relative, in case the assessee is an individual or for any member of a Hindu undivided family, in case the assessee is a Hindu undivided family, the assessee shall be allowed a deduction of a sum of rupees fifteen thousand rupees only (Rs. 15,000) in respect of that previous year in which such expenditure was incurred:
Provided that no such deduction shall allowed unless the assessee furnishes a certificate in such form 66b and from such authority as may be prescribed 66c Explanation - For the purpose of this section, "dependent" means a person who is not dependent for his support or maintenance on any person other than the assessee.

80U (Deduction in respect of permanent disability (including blindness) :
In computing the total income of an individual, being a resident, who, at the end of the previous year is suffering from a permanent physical disability or mental retardation specified in the rules made in this behalf by the board, which is certified by a physician, a surgeon, an oculist or a psychiatrist, as the case may be, working in a Government hospital, and which has the effect of reducing considerably such individual's capacity for normal work or engaging in a gainful employment or occupation, they shall be allowed a deduction of a sum of forty thousand rupees (Rs.40,000).
Provided that such individual produces the aforesaid certificate before the Assessing Officer in respect of the first assessment year for which he claims deduction under this section:
Provided further that the requirment of producing the aforesaid certificate from a physician, a surgeon, an oculist or a psychiatrist, as the case may be, working in a Government hospital shall not apply to an individual who has already a certificate before the Assessing Officer under the provisions of this section as they stood immediately before the 1st day of April,1992.
Explanation : For the purposes of this section, the expression "Government hospital" shall have the meaning assigned to it in the explanation to section 80DD.

88B (Rebate of Income tax in case of individuals of 65 years and above):
An assesse, being an individual resident in India, who is of the age of sixty five years or more at any time during the previous year and whose gross total income does not exceed one hundred and twenty thousand rupees, shall be entitled to a deduction from the amount of income tax (as computed before allowing the deductions under this Chapter) on his total income with which he is chargeable for any assessment year, of amount equal to 40% of such income-tax.
Explanation: For the purposes of this section a, "Gross total income" means the total income computed in accordance with the provisions of this Act, before making any deduction under Chapter VI-A.
The following section 88B shall be substituted for the existing section 88B by the Finance Act, 1997, w.e.f. 1.4.1998;

88B (Rebate of income tax in case of individuals of 65 years and above) :
An Assessee, being an individual resident in India, who is of the age of sixty-five years or more at any time during the previous year shall be entitled to a deduction from the amount of income tax (as computed before allowing the deductions under this Chapter) on his total income, with which he is chargeable for any assessment year, of an amount equal to hundred per cent of such income tax or an amount of ten thousand rupees only (Rs.10,000), whichever is less.
Posting Candidates with Physical handicaps, appointed on a regional basis be given as far as possible, appointments as close to their native place. Economic Assistance by Public Sector Banks All orphanages, homes for women and persons with physical handicaps as well as institutions working for the welfare of the handicapped, are given loans and advances at very low rates of interest (4% under DRI) and a subsidy of 50% up to a maximum of Rs. 5,000/- is also admissible.
State Governments/Union Territories also give concessions/facilities such as reservation in jobs, scholarships, old age pension, free travel in buses, etc.

Funding scheme for special schools A grant-in-aid scheme for voluntary organisations to develop institutes that serve to provide educational and social oppurtunities for persons with disability. Special Employment Exchanges for the Physically Handicapped is set up in all State Capitals and Special cells for the handicapped is set up in district head quarters through which circulation of vacancies for the handicapped in Group “C” and “D” posts of state/central Govt. is made.
Handicapped who register for employment with special employment Exchange/ special cell will be intimated of the vacancy and sponsored for interview/selection etc. Where there are no special employment exchanges for the handicapped, the special cells for the handicapped are established in the Employment Exchanges.
Handicapped can avail the benefit through registering at this centers. Also there are Vocational Rehabilitation Centres established in 17 places through out the country who also registers such cases for employment. Hence all the handicapped shall register their names with such centers for employment.

QUANTUM OF RESERVATION Reservation for the Persons with Disabilities
Three percent of the vacancies in case of direct recruitment to Group A, B, C & D posts shall be reserved for persons with disabilities of which one per cent each shall be reserved for persons suffering from

(i) blindness or low vision,
(ii) hearing impairment and

(iii) locomotor disability or cerebral palsy in the posts identified for each disability;
Three percent of the vacancies in case of promotion to Group D, and Group C posts in which the element of direct recruitment, if any, does not exceed 75%, shall be reserved for persons with disabilities of which one per cent each shall be reserved for persons suffering from
(i) blindness or low vision,
(ii) hearing impairment and
(iii) locomotor disability or cerebral palsy in the posts identified for each disability.

Wages for Industrial and Non Industrial Employees

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Payment of wages for Industrial and Non Industrial Employees (Piece Work System & Overtime Working etc)

The employees of the Ordnance Factories are categorized in four groups for the purpose of compensation in regard to their work viz.

1. Group ‘A’ & ‘B’ Gazetted Officers
2. Group ‘B’ & ‘C’ Non Gazetted Officers
3. Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ Non Industrial Employees and
4. Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ Industrial Employees

All the employees of the Ordnance Factories are Central Government employees and depending upon the post held, they are assigned with a particular scale of pay and their ‘basic pay'. In addition to the basic pay, all the employees are paid certain other allowances at a prescribed rate depending upon the place of posting and applicability, as announced by the Government of India from time to time. Some of the allowances, which are common to all categories, are Dearness Allowance, House Rent Allowance, City Compensatory Allowance, Transport Allowance, Hill Compensatory & Bad Climate Allowance, Project allowance etc. Other allowances which are paid to the specific category of employees are:

(i) Group ‘A’ Medical Officers - Non-practicing allowance
(ii) Group ‘B’ Gazetted & Non Gazetted Officers - Risk Allowance
(iii) Group ‘C’ non-Gazetted Officers and Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ non-Industrial Employees – Risk Allowance, Overtime Allowance and Night Duty Allowance.
(iv) Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ Industrial Employees - Risk Allowance, Overtime Allowance and Night Duty Allowance, Night Shift Bonus, Piece-work profit to Production worker and Incentive Bonus to Maintenance worker.

Remuneration to the employees of Ordnance Factories is paid on monthly basis. All category of employees are paid on last day of the month while wages to the Industrial Employees are paid up to tenth day of the following month as prescribed in the Factories Act.

While the total salary paid to various categories of employees from Gr. ‘A’ Gazetted Officers to Gr. ‘D’ non-Industrial Employees is simple arithmetical summation of pay and all other allowances, the total wages paid to an Industrial Employee are calculated in an elaborate manner which needs some explanation. For the purpose of wage calculation, the Industrial Employees are divided in two sub-categories viz. Day Worker and Piece Worker.

A Day Worker can be any Industrial Employee in general who is paid on the basis of attendance. Their work is generally not measurable and non repetitive in nature. Consequently they are not entitled for any incentive except Essential Maintenance Worker who is paid an Incentive Bonus. A Piece Worker is essentially a worker engaged in production, and whose work is measurable and repetitive in nature.

These workmen are paid an incentive known as Piece-work Profit. The total wages paid constitute the following elements: Duty Pay (Time Wages / Nominal Time wages) Other elements of Pay Leave Pay Holiday Pay Injury Pay Idle Time Pay Over Time Pay Fixed Allowances DA/HRA/CCA/Transport Allowance Other Allowances OT Bonus Night Shift Bonus Night Duty Allowance Piece-work Profit to Production Worker Incentive Bonus to essential Maintenance Worker.

The definition of different elements of pay & allowances given in Table-I and that of standard working hours are given below.

Working Hours : For the purpose of calculation of duty pay and overtime, normal working hours are taken as 44.75 hours/week with 8 hours a day from Monday to Friday and 4.25 hrs on a Saturday.

The workers become eligible for Overtime payment for working beyond normal hours.

Weekly Holiday : Sunday is the weekly holiday for which no separate payment is admissible.

Duty Pay or Time Wages for the Day Workers including the Maintenance Workers are calculated for each month on the basis of actual attendance for the month according to the following formula: P * A / (N - S - H)

where : P- monthly rate of pay of the worker,

A- number of days present or attendance
N- number of days in a calendar month,
S- number of Sundays in month,
H- number of paid holidays, if any in the month.

Duty Pay or Time Wages for the Piece Workers are calculated for each month on the basis of actual attendance for the month according to formula : P * A / (N - S), where the symbols have the same meaning as that of the day workers. Daily Rate of Pay : Leave Pay, Holiday Pay, Injury Pay and Idle Time Pay are calculated on the basis of daily rate of pay as under: Piece Worker - P/(N - S) DayWorker - P / (N - S - H)

Note: Payment of Idle Time is made under following circumstances -
(i) High atmospheric humidity hindering certain operations in explosive factories or unfavourable weather conditions hindering operations in optical works depending on sunlight.
(ii) Failure of power supply.
(iii) Breakdown of plant and machinery.
(iv) Temporary shortage of materials.
(v) Temporary shortage of work in highly specialised sections. Night Duty Allowance : Workers are entitled to get Night Duty Allowance @ 10 mins for each hour of work done between 2200 hr s to 0600 hrs in the night shift. The prescribed hourly rate for NDA is (Pay + DA + CCA)/200. Overtime : Industrial employees are entitled to additional payment for work done beyond the normal working hours.

There are two sets of rules applicable for overtime payment viz.
(i) Departmental Rules and
(ii) The Factories Act. For work beyond normal working hours and upto 9 hrs. a day or beyond 44.75 hrs upto 48 hrs in a week, overtime is paid under departmental rules which is known as DOT. For work done beyond 9 hrs. a day or 48 hrs a week, payment is admissible at twice the rate of pay plus all allowances under the Factories Act (often loosely termed as OT Bonus).

OVER TIME PAYMENTS UNDER DEPARTMENTAL RULES (DOT) In the case of Day Workers, the overtime is paid at the rate of Basic Pay + Dearness Allowances + City Compensatory Allowance + Personal Pay + Special Pay + Pension to the extent as applicable, divided by 200 for each hour of overtime worked. The hourly rate is the same for the work done both in Day & Night Shift. In the case of Piece Workers, again there are two sets of rules for DOT.

It is calculated @ Basic Pay (alone)/200 per hour in the day shift. For working in the night shift, an additional element known as Night Shift Bonus is also added. This is calculated for half an hour for each hour of overtime worked under departmental rules @ (Basic Pay + Dearness Allowances + City Compensatory Allowance)/200.

OVER TIME PAYMENTS UNDER THE FACTORIES ACT, 1948 For work done, beyond 9 hrs. a day or 48 hrs a week, there are two sets of rules – one for the Day Worker and the other for the Piece Worker. Day Worker: Hourly rate of payment which are applicable equally in the day shift as well in the night shift is calculated at the rate = twice the pay & allowances/200. Piece Worker: Hourly rate of payment in the day shift is calculated at the rate = twice the pay & allowances/200. In the night shift, the same becomes = (twice the pay + pay/4 + allowances)/200.

Piece Work Profit : All recurring items of production are appropriately assigned a piece- work rate in terms of ‘hours’ after careful time and motion study. If a worker is engaged on the piece-work system and he produces quantity ‘Q’ in the month (duly certified by the QA as "accepted") for which the allowed time is ‘t’ per piece, he would earn Total Time (T) = (Q)*(t). If his monthly attendance is ‘A’ hours, his piece work profit expressed in percentage terms (PWP%) would be (T-A)*100/A. This would entitle him to get an element of incentive equal to NTW*PWP%/100 where NTW is the abbreviation for Nominal Time Wages. Here, the Nominal Time Wages (NTW) is nothing but the Duty Pay or Time Wages calculated for the Piece Workers at the minimum of the scale to which he belongs to i.e. Pmin* A / (N - S).

The above calculation is for the individual piece workers. Many a times, the piece-workers work in a gang in which case the unique piece- work profit percentage of the gang is equally applicable to all th e members of the gang for the purpose of calculating their piece work profits. Incentive Bonus to Essential Maintenance Workers : An incentive bonus is paid to essential maintenance workers of skilled and semi skilled category employed in the maintenance of plant and services within the factory. This category of bonus is linked with the profit earned by the piece workers an d paid at the @ 50% of the piece work profit earned in the month by all the piece workers, both individual and gang workers of the production section, if he is attached to a production section or @ 50% of the average piece work profit earned in the month by all the piece workers both individual and gang piece workers in the factory, if he is not attached to a specific production section.

Census of CG Employees

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Census of Central Government Employees GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING SURVEY & STUDY DIVSION JAM NAGAR HOUSE NEW DELHI (Published on 14.06.2007) The present report which is thirtieth in the series, coverd central government employment as on 31 march 2004. The main purpose of the census was to provide employment details on aspects such as pay ranges of employees, sex structure, status, tenure of service, group of posts, (gazetted and non gazetted), location by states and class of cities, etc. As per the results of the Census Enquiries the total regular employment under the Central Government as on 31st March 2004 was 31.64 lakh. EMPLOYMENT UNDER VARIOUS MINISTRIES The distribution of regular employees in major Ministries is given in the Table
Sl.No.MinistryNumber of regular employees% age to the total
1.Communications & IT2,65,2058.38
2.Denfence (Civilian)3,92,92312.42
4.Home Affairs6,30,84219.94
Sl.No.MinistryWomen employment as on 31st March,2004
--Number% age share
1.Communications & IT64,56824.35
2.Denfence (Civilian)57,55314.65
Groups of PostsAs on March,2004
-No.of employees% age of total
More details http://dget.nic.in/publications/ccge/ccge2004.pdf


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FRESH OPTION - FR22(I)(a)1 as per 6th Central Pay Commission


In Central Government employees, who have been Promoted / granted upgration under ACP scheme during the period from 1.1.2006 to 31.8.2008,already they submitted an option form according to the rule of FR22(I)(a)1 (as per V CPC) to selected either Promotion Date or Increment Date.

At the time of promotion every individuals selected the option their own convenience of the next increment date.

On implementation of VI CPC recommendations, the FR22(I)(a)1 rule has been modified and published from DOP&T a clarification on 13.10.2008. Owing to this modification, individuals who had opted earlier for Promotion Date only are at loss.

A fresh FR22(I)(a)1 option form has now been served to, who have been promoted the particular period between 1.1.06 to 31.8.08. Once again opt for either promotion date or increment date to fixation of their pay on promoion / ACP.

Opt for Increment Date especially to the affected individuals who had already opted for Promotion Date. On doing this, the above said individuals stands to gain, i.e.

Seniority discrepancy will be removed,

proper pay fixation will be executed,

stepping up problem will be solved.

The dublicate option form as follows…



1……………………………………… hereby elect for fixation of initial pa under the authority of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievance and Pensions (Department of Personnel and Training) O.M. No. 1/2/87-Estt (Pay-I) dated 09-11-87, on promotion to the higher post of …………………………………….

(A) With effect from…………………………… on the basisi of FR22 (I) (a) 1 Corresponding to Art 156-A CSR Vol-I, straightaway without any further review on accrual of increment in the pay of the lower post.


(B) With effect from ………………………….. in the manner as provided under FR22 (a) (I) which may be refixed on the basis of the provision of FR22 (I) (a) 1 corresponding to Art 156-A CSR Vol-I on the date of accrual of next increment in the scale of pay on the lower post on ……………………….

Singnature :……………………….

Name :……………………………..

Designation : ………………………


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About the Organisation:
Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organisation (CGEWHO) has been established to promote, control and co-ordinate the development of houses at selected places, across India, on no profit-no loss basis as a welfare measure.
CGEWHO is a registered body under the Societies Registration Act 1860. It operates from its headquarters at Janpath Bhavan, Janpath, New Delhi. There are no regional offices. The organisation maintains skeleton project teams at construction sites which look after day to day operations of construction and development.
Philosophy of the Organisation:
The Organisation at the Head Office of the CGEWHO functions on the following philosophy: 1. All the works, be it civil construction, electrical, mechanical, developmental or planning, are contracted out to outside parties.
2. Firms of Architects are engaged for providing professional services.
3. Central procurement of materials for projects is confined to cement and steel only.
4. Field Committee/Project Teams are set up for each project, to supervise the work. These teams are responsible to the Chief Executive Officer of the CGEWHO.
5. Other professionals, like legal advisor, structural consultants, soil consultants etc. are engaged on part time basis or piece meal basis, as the situation demands.
6. A reputed firm of Auditors is appointed to undertake concurrent audit of accounts of the organisation.
Housing Scheme: A housing project, when planned and duly costed for different type of dwelling units, is offered to the eligible Central Government Employees as a `Housing Scheme’.
Announcement: The housing scheme so formulated is announced through newspapers, inviting applications from the interested and eligible Central Government Employees. For better dissemination of information regarding the housing schemes, other methods of communication used are CGEWHO’s newsletter, letters addressed to various offices of Central Government in India as well as abroad
i) Central Government Employees: Serving or retired Central Govt employees who are covered by the above definition will be eligible.
ii) Spouses of the deceased employees: Spouses of the deceased Central Government employees or deceased retired employees would be eligible, if the deceased employees would have qualified by criteria 3 (i) above.
iii) Employees of the CGEWHO, with a minimum of one year of service, will be eligible.
Cost of dwelling units:
The cost of dwelling units, with or without garages, for each Scheme will be worked out by the CGEWHO and intimated at the time of announcing the Scheme. The cost will, interalia, include interest on investment in land purchased for a scheme, common amenities, cost of reserve funds, charges towards registration of land etc.
The costs will be reviewed at different stages of construction and will be subject to escalation, on account of market prices, labour wages, Cooperative Society/Apartments Owners’ Association’s charges,essential alterations, additions etc. All revisions of cost will be charged to the beneficiaries and they will be liable to pay the same.
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Retirement Benefits:- Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme The Scheme, Central Government Employees' Group Insurance Scheme (CGEGIS) came into force from 1st January,1982. This scheme provides for the Central Govt. employees the two fold benefit viz. (1) insurance cover to help their families and (2) lump sum payment to augment their resources on retirement. The scheme has two funds namely (1) Insurance Fund and (2) Savings Fund. A portion of the subscription is credited to Insurance Fund and the other portion to the Savings Fund in the ratio of 3:7. The Savings Fund will earn interest at the prescribed rate to be compounded quarterly. Eligibility (i) The scheme is compulsory for all regular employees including canteen employees. (ii) Employee joining service from Ist January of a year will be a member of the Scheme from the date of joining. (iii) Employee joining service on any other date will be entitled for insurance cover alone from the actual date of joining till the end of that year and will become full fledged member from the 1st January of the next year. (iv) Re-employed defence personnel shall not be admitted to this scheme until the expiry of extended insurance cover under the Group Insurance Scheme for Armed Forces. Subscription and Insurance Cover (i) Under the scheme monthly subscriptions are to be made by each group of employees to get the appropriate insurance cover as follows (a) For members as on 31.1.1989, who opted for the old scheme :
Group of Employees Subscription per month (Rs.) Amount of Insurance cover (Rs.)
(b) For members as on 31.1.1989 who opted for the new scheme and those joining on or after 1.2.1989 :
EmployeesFrom date of joining to succeeding Ist January From succeeding Ist January Insurance cover (Rs.)
(ii) If an employee is promoted to a higher grade in between a calendar year, his subscription will be raised w.e.f. the following 1st January. (iii) If an employee is reverted to a lower grade, his subscription and insurance will not be changed. It will remain as applicable to the higher grade to which he belonged before reversion. (iv) Subscription for a month shall be recovered from the employee’s salary for that month. (v) Subscription shall be recovered even for the month in which the employee ceases to be in service on account of retirement, death, resignation, removal etc. from service, or is on leave or suspension. (vi) If subscription is not paid during any period of extraordinary leave, the arrears will be recovered with interest due under the Scheme, in maximum 3 instalments, from the month following the month in which employee returns for duty. If an employee dies while on extraordinary leave , the arrears will be recovered with compound interest @ 12% p.a. from the amount payable to the family under the scheme. (vii) If subscription is delayed due to delayed payment of salary, no interest will be charged. (viii) In exceptional circumstances, when employee cannot subscribe to CGEGIS, he can make non-refundable withdrawal from his PF account and pay the subscription. (ix) 30% of the subscription will go to Insurance Fund and the balance 70% will go to Savings Funds. Fifth Pay Commission has recommended to revise the proportion to 25% and 75% provisionally and review the same based on mortality rates. Interest on Savings Fund Interest will be paid on the balance in the Savings Fund at prescribed rates, compounded quarterly. Benefits under the Scheme (i) On Resignation/Retirement :- Amount of subscription credited to the Savings Fund alongwith interest thereon will be paid to the employee. (ii) On Death : Amount of insurance cover of the group to which he belongs on the date of death and the accumulation in Savings Fund will be paid to his nominee/heirs. (iii) If an employee dies before he was enrolled as a member (i.e. between the date of his joining service and the following Ist January), only the insurance amount will be paid to the nominee/heirs. (iv) Assignment of Insurance Cover and Savings Fund for obtaining loans : An employee can assign the insurance cover and accumulation in the savings fund to a recognised financial institution, for obtaining housing loans. However, no loans/advance or withdrawals are permitted from Insurance Fund/Savings Fund. (v) The amount of subscription is eligible for Income Tax Rebate u/s 88 of IT Act. Mode of Payment (i) The payment under the scheme shall be made to the employee in case of retirement, or quitting service otherwise. (ii) In case of employee's death, the amount shall be paid to : (a) if there is a valid nomination, to the nominee(s) in the manner prescribed. (b) if there is no valid nomination, as per valid nomination for GPF. (c) if there is no valid nomination for PF also, then in equal shares to widow(s)/minor sons and unmarried daughters. When none of these are alive, then to other members of the family in equal shares. (d) if neither any valid nomination is there, nor any member of the family is alive then to legal heirs on furnishing the succession certificate. (iii) When the whereabouts of an employee are not known : (a) Savings Fund accumulation will be paid to the nominees/members of the family/legal heirs after one year following the month of disappearance on furnishing a police report that employee is not traceable in spite of all efforts and an Indemnity Bond. (b) The insurance amount will be paid after 7 years of the disappearance on production of decree of presumed death of the employee. (c) Full subscription for the first year and reduced subscription for the insurance premium alone for the next 6 years will be recovered from the amount payable. Other Conditions : (a) The amount due to the minor can be paid to mother as natural guardian without any certificate in the case of non-Muslims and with guardianship certificate in the case of Muslims. (b) If any person eligible for share of benefits is charged with murder or abetting murder of the employee, his claim will be suspended. If he is convicted he will be debarred from receiving any share, if he is acquitted his share will be paid without any interest. (c) Any dues to the government cannot be recovered from amount payable under the scheme.

List of Central Government Departments

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List Of Central Government Departments

1. Central Armed Police Forces
2. Central Police Organisation
3. Defence Finance
4. Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG)
5. Department of Agricultural Research and Education (DARE)
6. Department of Agriculture and Co-operation
7. Collapse Department of AIDS Control
8. Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries
9. Department of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH)
10. Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India
11. Collapse Department of Border Management
12. Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals
13. Department of Commerce
14. Department of Consumer Affairs
15. Department of Defence
16. Department of Defence Production
17. Department of Defence Research & Development
18. Collapse Department of Disability Affairs
19. Department of Disinvestment
20. Department of Economic Affairs
21. Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY)
22. Department of Expenditure
23. Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare
24. Department of Fertilizers
25. Department of Financial Services
26. Department of Food and Public Distribution
27. Department of Health and Family Welfare
28. Department of Health Research
29. Department of Heavy Industries
30. Department of Higher Education
31. Department of Home
32. Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion
33. Department of Internal Security
34. Collapse Department of Jammu & Kashmir (J & K) Affairs
35. Department of Justice
36. Department of Land Resources (DLR)
37. Department of Legal Affairs
38. Department of Official Language
39. Department of Pension & Pensioner's Welfare
40. Department of Personnel and Training
41. Department of Pharmaceuticals
42. Department of Posts
43. Department of Public Enterprises
44. Department of Revenue
45. Department of Rural Development (DRD)
46. Department of School Education and Literacy
47. Department of Science and Technology (DST)
48. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR)
49. Department of Social Justice and Empowerment
50. Department of Sports
51. Department of States
52. Department of Telecommunications (DOT)
53. Department of Youth Affairs
54. India Meteorological Department (IMD)
55. Indian Armed Forces
56. Inter-Services Organisations
57. Legislative Department
58. Collapse Principal Controller of Defence Accounts, Western Command, Changigarh

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1.The proposal for recognition of a private hospital under CS (MA) Rules should be recommended/forwarded by the local Central Government Employees Welfare Co-operation Committee. 

 2.The proposal should also be recommended/forwarded by the Health Department of the respective State Government. 

 3.A minimum number of 500 Central Government employees should be residing in the city and be benefited by the recognition of the hospital under CS (MA) Rules. 4.An adequate number of beds should be available in the hospital preferably: (a) 100 for class 'A' cities. (b) 50 for class 'B' cities (c) 30 for class 'C' cities However, the above criteria can be relaxed according to requirement. 5.A hospital providing generalized treatment and diagnostic facilities should have the following departments:- UPTO 100 BEDDED HOSPITAL MEDICAL AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES 1. Anaesthesiology 2. Emergency Services 3. General Medicine 4. General Surgery 5. Obst. & Gynaecology 6. Paediatrics 7. Pathology 8. Radio Diagnosis 100 AND ABOVE BEDDED HOSPITAL 1. Anaesthesiology 2. Blood /Transfusion 3. Emergency Medical & Trauma Services 4. Dentistry 5. Dexmatology & Venerology 6. General Medicine 7. General Surgery 8. Obst. & Gynaecology 9. Opthalmology 10. Orthopaedics 11. Oto Rhino Laryngology 12. Paediatircs 13. Physical Medicine 14. Psychiatary 15. Radio Diagnosis including Imaging. The hospital should meet the following fundamental aspects of hospital planning. 

 A. FUNCIONAL REQUIREMENT The hospital should provide the following facilities to the patients:- 
 (a) O.P.D. treatment 
(b) Indoor patient treatments 
(c) Supportive and Basic Diagnostic facilities
 (d) Operation Theatre and Labour Room facilities. 

B. BUILDING AND SPACE REQUIREMENT (a) The building must comply with the local municipal bye-laws. (b) The floor space available for patients should be at least 100 sq.ft.per bed. There should be one lavatory/bathroom for 1-5 beds. (c) Isolation arrangements should be immediately available for septic and infection cases. (d) A nurses duty room should be available with facilities for the nurses to carry on their duties efficiently. (e) A separate labour room and a separate operation theatre shall be provided with minimum floor space of 180 sq.ft. each. (f) There should be provisions for a standby generator for meeting emergency requirement in case of a power failure. 

 C. MANPOWER REQUIREMENT (a) The hospital should have adequate manpower both medical and paramedical including specialists (Full Time/visiting) for each specialty/ department available, commensurate with the bed strength of the hospital for providing reasonable quality medicare. (b) The hospital should have adequate number of qualified Resident Medical Officers for providing round the clock emergency treatment. 

 D. INSTRUMENT/EQUIPMENT The hospital should have the major equipment for providing reasonable diagnostics (pathological and radiological) resuscitative, therapeutic and operative facilities commensurate with the bed strength, departments and specialties available in the hospital. (Minimum standards as per B.I.S. will be considered for recommending the case). 

 6. The hospital should provide round the clock emergency and trauma services. 

 7. The hospital should have a minimum of one major O.T., one minor O.T. and a labour room in the hospital. 

 8. Wherever required, a visit to inspect the facilities available in the hospital may be carried out by a team of experts constituted with the approval of D.G.H.S or the agency nominated by the Ministry of Health & Family, for which inspection fee, as applicable will have to be deposited by the hospitals with the inspection agency. 

 9. The recognition may be granted for a fixed period i.e. 4 years at a time. After that period, the hospital will be requested to re-apply for recognition giving the relevant details. The hospital should apply at least three months prior to expiry of its recognition to Department of Health & Family Welfare for re-recognition. 

 10. The rates charged by the hospital for various diagnostic and therapeutic procedures should be at par or less than the rates being charged by nearby private recognized hospitals of similar nature under CS (MA) Rules. If no such recognized hospitals are available in the nearby areas, rates may be compared with rates of C.G.H.S. approved hospitals in a similar class of city (as per classifications made by the Government in respect of City Compensatory Allowance). 

 11. For hospitals providing specialized/super specialized treatment/diagnostic facilities, additional technical information as required will be obtained before recommending the same for recognition under CS (MA) Rules. 

 12. The hospital should submit an undertaking that the requirements of the statutory provisions relating to 'Disposal of Bio-Medical Waste' are being complied with. 

 13. The hospitals applying for recognition under CS(MA) Rules, 1944, should furnish details regarding any adverse rulings from Consumer Courts or any other Court of Law on a case filed by a patient or his/her relative/friend against improper medical care or wrong medical care, and whether any appeal his pending in any higher Court of Laws during the last five years. 

 14. A certificate to be furnished by the applicant certifying the veracity of the particulars given in the application for recognition; and 15. Furnishing of information in the application as to whether the hospital is (i) ISO certified (ii) accredited to QCI or (iii) adhering to Bureau of Indian Standards For downloading "A" Certificate and "B" Certificate...

Salary windfall for CPSU Officers

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Anticipated news has published for CPSU officers today...





A government panel today recommended a pay hike for over 2.5 lakh officers in Central Public Sector Undertakings, whose heads may take home a salary windfall of up to Rs 1 lakh a month,along with liberal benefits such as stock options and productivity rewards. The new wage structure that represents a 25 to 45 per cent hike also offers Employees Stock Option Scheme (ESOP), variable pay and risk rewards and will be implemented retrospectively from January 1, 2007.

"The government will take a view on the recommendations by December 31,"said Minister for Heavy Industry Santosh Mohan Dev after receiving the report of the Second Pay Revision Committee headed by former Supreme Court judge Jagannadha Rao. Commenting on the recommendations, PSU chamber SCOPE Director General S M Diwan said: "The benefits to the executives would range from 25 to 45 per cent depending upon the profitability of their enterprise and their seniority.

" Under the proposed dispensation, the CPSEs will be divided into five categories depending upon the turnover, manpower and geographical spread and the CMDs in the top category will draw a fixed basic salary of Rs 1 lakh per month as against Rs 31,500 at the maximum grade currently. The basic pay of CMDs of the CPSEs falling in different categories will range from Rs 55,000 to Rs 1 lakh per month.

Expressing the possibility of further improving upon the recommendations of the second pay panel, Dev said, "The proposals are aimed at stopping the exodus of CPSE employees to the private sector." CPSEs employee around 16 lakh people, a government official said, adding that the pay structure of other staff members will be worked out after the seventh round of negotiations with workmen representatives.


E06550 - 200 - 1135012,600 - 32,500
E18,600 - 250 - 14,60016,400 - 40,500
E210,750 - 300 - 16,75020,600 - 46,500
E313,000 - 350 - 18,25024,900 - 50,500
E414,500 - 350 - 18,70029,100 - 54,500
E516,000 - 400 - 20,80032,900 - 58,000
E617,500 - 400 - 22,30036,600 - 62,000
E718,500 - 450 - 23,90043,200 - 66,000
E820,500 - 500 - 26,50051,300 - 73,000
E923,750 - 600 - 28,55062,000 - 80,000
DIRECTOR (D)18,500 - 450 - 23,90043,200 - 66,000
CMD (D)20,500 - 500 - 25,00051,300 - 73,000
DIRECTOR (C)20,500 - 500 - 25,00051,300 - 73,000
CMD (C)22,500 - 600 - 27,30065,000 - 75,000
DIRECTOR (B)22,500 - 600 - 27,30065,000 - 75,000
CMD (B)27,750 - 650 - 30,95075,000 - 90,000
DIRECTOR (A)27,750 - 650 - 30,95075,000 - 1,00,000
CMD (A)27,750 - 750 - 31,50080,000 - 1,25,000

Travelling Allowance Rule - Office Memorandum

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Office Memorandum from Finance Ministry Travelling Allowance Rules-Implementation of the Sixth Central Pay Commission It is further clarified that only the actual expenditure incurred within the prescribed limits will be reimbursed as per normal procedure of reimbursement.

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No change in retirement age

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Government Clarifies:
No change in retirement age
The Cabinet Secretary K. M. Chandrasekhar today informed that there is no plans to revise the retirement age for Central Government employees. After the sixth pay commission implementation, employees were hoping for the rise in pension age, as doing so can reduce the burden of the additional payment to some extend. However the government decided other stopping all the rumours associated. Shri. K. M. Chandrasekhar clarified that the government has no intentions in changing the retirement age and the current system will be followed. “I tried to find out. But there is no file in (Department of) Expenditure, no file in DOPT (Department of Personnel and Training). There is nothing. It is more of a wishful thinking,” he said in an interview. At present the retirement age for the Central Government employees is 60. He also added that there is no plans to unify the retirement age of the state government staff across the states. “The states will decide their own retirement age,” he said. All states have their own retirement age - starting from 55 years (Kerala) to 60 years (Uttar Pradesh, Assam etc). The Madhya Pradesh government teachers retire at the age of 62 years.
source: Economic Times

Children Education Allowance - clarification from DOP&T

Dopt has issued an office memorandum regarding the subject of Children Education Allowance, clarifications are directed about the Hostel Subsidy...

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)

New Delhi, the 11th November,2008


Sub: Children Education Allowance - clarification

        Subsequent to issue of DOP&T OM No. 12011/3/2008-Estt.(Allowance) dated 2 nd Sept, 2008 allowing Children Education Allowance 1 Hostel Subsidy , clarifications on certain points have been sought by Govt. servants/Ministries/Departments. The doubts raised by various authorities are clarified as under :

(i) What is the definition of ' Year' & 'Hostel Subsidy' as per the OM No.12011/3/2008-Estt. (Allowance) dt. 2 nd Sept, 2008 on the subject Children Education Allowance? (i) 'Year' means academic year i.e. twelve months of complete academic session. (ii) Hostel Subsidy means expenses incurred by the Govt. servant if he has to keep his children in the hostel of a residential school away from the station at which he is posted! or is residing. It may include expenses towards boarding, lodging and expenses as detailed in para (e) of the original OM No. 12011/3/2008- Estt.(Allowance)dt. 2 nd Sept, 2008
(ii)What is the amount of reimbursement of Children Education Allowance for the year 2008-09 in the OM No. 12011/3/2008- Estt.(AL) dt. 2 nd Sept, 2008? It may be calculated on prorata basis @ maximum of Rs.1000/-per month per child w.e.f. 1st September, 2008.
(iii)Whether DOPT OM No.12011/3/2008-Estt.(Allowance) dated 2 nd Sept, 2008 is admissible reimbursement of Children Education Allowance for pursuing Diploma Course for the initial years Polytechnic? In cases where minimum qualifications for admission in the two years Diploma course in Polytechnic is 10 th Class and the student joins the polytechnic after passing X class, the reimbursement of tuition fees shall also be allowed for the 1st and 2 nd year classes of the above course.
(iv)Whether children attending day- boarding, whether attached to schools or not are eligible to draw hostel subsidy? No. They are not eligible
(v) Whether the restriction of classes Nursery to class Twelfth as applicable for Children Education Allowance is also applicable for drawing hostel subsidy? Yes
(vi)Whether Children Education allowance is admissible for more than two children in case the number of two children in case the number of multiple birth? Yes, if the number of children exceeds two as a result of second child birth resulting in twins or multiple births.
(vii) Whether Children Education Allowance/ Hostel Subsidy will be admissible during suspension or leave? The Children Education Allowance or hostel subsidy shall be admissible to a Govt. servant while he/she is on duty or is under suspension or is on leave (including extra ordinary leave). Provided that during any period which is treated as 'dies non' the Govt. servant shall not be eligible for the Allowance /reimbursement /subsidy for the period.
(viii) Whether reimbursement of Children Education Allowance as per OM No. 12011/4/2008- Estt.(AL) dt.11th Sept, 2008 is admissible disabled Children of Govt. employees who undergoes non formal Education or Vocational Training or other similar instructions? Yes. As long as a physically / mentally handicapped child studies in any institution i.e. aided or approved for by the Centrall State Govt. or UT Administration or whose fees are Administration or whose fees are approved by any of these authorities, the Children Education Allowance paid by the Govt. servant shall be reimbursed irrespective of whether the institution is 'recognized' or not. In such cases the benefits will be admissible between the age limits 5 to 22 years.

2. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Finance.

 3. Hindi version will follow.

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