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Revision of the rates of Desk Allowance - Recommendations of the VI Central Pay Commission

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Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

New Delhi dated 17.04.2009


Subject : Revision of the rates of Desk Allowance - Recommendations of the VI Central Pay Commission
Consequent upon the decision taken by the Government on the implementation of the recommendations of theSixth Central Pay Commission, the President is pleased to double the existing rates of Desk Allowance prescribed vide this Department's OM No. 2/24/97-PIC dated the 16th October 2000, from Rs.300 per month to Rs. 600 per month.The rates of the allowance will be increased by 25% every time the DA payable on revised pay scales qoes up by 50%.
The other conditions laid down in the above said OM of this Department dated 16th October 2000 will remain unchanged.

The revised rates will be effective form 1st September 2008.

(Rita Mathur)


Unification of Date of Retirement for Keral State Government Employees...

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Kerala Finance Minister T.M. Thomas Isaac said the March 31 unified retirement date introduced for State Government Employees and Teachers as part of the administrative reforms in the 2009-10 state budget. And also said the decision would not affect their grade, increment or pension benefits. Nor it would affect recruitment to entry-level posts.
Kearal government employees retire from service on the afternoon of the last day of the month in which he attains the age of 55 years. The teaching Staff also retires at 55 years but they are allowed to continue till the last day of the month in which the academic year end. However, those teachers who attain the age of superannuation in April, May and June are not allowed to continue for the next academic year.
All Government Employees and Teachers who attain the age of 55 years during the course of the financial year will continue in service till the end of that financial year. The date of retirement of Government Employees and Teachers will be 31st March, every year. However, in the case of teachers in those institutions where the academic year closes on a date subsequent to 31st March, they will be allowed to continue till the last day of the month in which the academic year closes.
The extended period of service of Government Employees and Teachers will be reckoned for all service benefits such as pay revision, DA revision, increment, higher grade, promotion, accrual of leave and for pensionary benefits.

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