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OVER TIME CALCULATION (FOR ORDNANCE EMPLOYEES)

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OVER TIME CALCULATION (FOR ORDNANCE EMPLOYEES)

OVERTIME HOURS If a Worker works for more than 44 & 3/4 hours in a week, the Extra hours will be treated as Overtime Hours.

DayO.T. Hrs.
Monday8 Hrs.
Tuesday8 Hrs.
Wednesday8 Hrs.
Thursday8 Hrs.
Friday8 Hrs.
Saturday4 3/4 Hrs.
Total44 3/4 Hrs.

Example- 1: Suppose a Worker worked as follows in a Week.

Hence his Overtime hours are: 51 &3/4 - 44 &3/4 = 7 hrs. OT Bonus - 7 hours OT Single - 8 hours DOT - Nil

DayO.T. Hrs.
Monday10 Hrs.
Tuesday8 Hrs.
Wednesday9 Hrs.
Thursday10 Hrs.
Friday10 Hrs.
Saturday4 3/4 Hrs.
Total51 3/4 Hrs.

Example- 2: Suppose a Worker worked as follows in a Week.

OT Bonus - 6 hours OT Single - 9 1/4 hours DOT - 4 1/4 hours

DayO.T. Hrs.
Monday9 Hrs.
Tuesday9 Hrs.
Wednesday9 Hrs.
Thursday9 Hrs.
Friday9 Hrs.
Saturday9 Hrs.
Total54 Hrs.

Example- 3: Suppose a Worker worked as follows in a Week.

OT Bonus - 5 hours OT Single - 16 1/4 hours DOT - 4 1/4 hours

DayO.T. Hrs.
Monday9 Hrs.
Tuesday9 Hrs.
Wednesday9 Hrs.
Thursday9 Hrs.
FridayHoliday
Saturday9 Hrs.
Sunday8 Hrs.
Total51 3/4 Hrs.

Note: The method of working OT Hours is the Same for both Day Workers and Piece Workers. DAY WORKERS OVER TIME CALCULATION FORMULA: Over Time Pay = BP + GP / 200 Over Time Bonus = BP + GP + 2( DA + HRA ) / 200 Departmental Over Time = DA + TA / 200 PIECE WORK SYSTEM OVER TIME CALCULATION FORMULA: Over Time Pay = BP + GP / 200 Over Time Pay = MINIMUM OF THE SCALE / 200 Over Time Bonus = 1.25 (BP + GP)+ 2 (DA + HRA ) / 200

History of Pay Commissions

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History of Pay Commissions

The first pay commission was constituted in May 1946, and had submitted its report in a year...

The second panel had been set up in August 1957 and had given its report exactly after two years...

The third pay commission set up in April 1970 and gave its report in March 1973...

The fourth pay commission Constituted in June 1983, its report was given in three phases within four years...

The Fifth Pay Commission was set up in 1994 and implemented in 1997 ...

In July 2006, the Cabinet approved setting up of the sixth pay commission and implemented in Aug-2008

HOUSE BUILDING ADVANCE AND VEHICLE ADVANCE

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Advances for Central Government Employees :-

HOUSE BUILDING ADVANCE - COMPUTER ADVANCE AND VEHICLE ADVANCE

Most of the VI Pay Commission orders are released with official notification (Gazette) followed by departmental confirmation and notification. But so far we have not come across notification with regard to advances for the purchase of Vehicles, Housing Loan etc.

Sixth pay commission says that all the loans/advances will be carried out by Banks with 2% subsidy on the eligible amount. Is it possible to know when the official orders will be released and reach the departments.

Hope many of the central governmental employees are eagerly waiting for the gazette notification and official communication.

DISBURSEMENT OF PRODUCTIVITY LINKED BONUS

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Bonus arrear of Rs.2668(Max)

DISBURSEMENT OF PRODUCTIVITY LINKED BONUS REVISED CALCULATION CEILING FOR THE YEAR 2006-2007, 2007-2008 TO THE ELIGIBLE ORDINANCE EMPLOYEES WITH ON ENHANCED OVERALL CEILING OF EMOULMENTS FROM Rs.2500 TO 3500 PER MONTH.

ALL ELIGIBLE ORDNANCE EMPLOYEES GOT THEIR bonus arrear of Rs.2668(Max) through their bank account

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