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Do's and Don'ts – PAN

Important information for persons making application for allotment of PAN (Form 49A)    

Do's and Don'ts


Do's :-

Do use 'Form 49A' for making application for allotment of PAN.
Do fill the application in block letters in English and preferably with black ink.
Do paste a recent colour photograph (size 3.5 cm X 2.5 cm).
Do provide the signature within the box. (If thumb impression is put on the application form, do get the thumb impression attested by Magistrate or a Notary Public or a Gazetted Officer, under official seal and stamp.)
Do provide correct AO code in the application.
Do specify AO code as below if applicant is a defence employee (Army - PNE W 55 3, Navy - MUM W 11 8, Air Force - DEL W 72 2)
Do attach Proof of Identity (POI) and Proof of Address (POA) as per Rule 114 (4) of Income Tax Rules, 1962.
Do provide the POI and POA which have name exactly as written in the application.
Do provide details of Representative Assessee in column 14 of application form, if applicant is Minor, Idiot, Lunatic or Deceased.
Do provide POI and POA for Representative Assesse also, if Representative Assessee is appointed.
Do write the complete postal address in the application with landmark.
Do mention correct pin code in the address field.
Do mention telephone number / e- mail id in the application.


Don'ts :-

Do not overwrite or make corrections in the application.
Do not pin or staple the photograph.
Do not sign across the box (i.e. signature should be within the box)
Do not provide POI and POA which are not in the name of the applicant.
Do not write any additional details (date, designation, rank, etc.) along with the signature in the box.
Do not mention Husband's name in the Father's Name column.
Do not use initials in first and last name field.
Do not apply for a new PAN if you already have one.

Payment of Composite Transfer Grant


Government of India/Bharat Sarkar
Ministry of Railways/Rail Mantralaya
(Railway Board)

RBE No.76/2011.

No. F (E) I/2010/AL-28/46                                                                           New Delhi, dated 26.05.2011.

The General Managers,
All Indian Railways, etc.
(As per Standard Mailing List)

Sub:- Payment of Composite Transfer Grant.

   Representations have been received from various quarters for doing away with the condition of production of documentary evidence for transportation of personal effects from one station to another for admissibility of 100% CTG, where transferee/retiree submits self declaration of having transported personal effects by own means, without availing of the facility of Kit Pass, VPU and Goods/Container.

   The matter has been examined and it has been decided by the Board that henceforth:

     (i) When transferee / retiree submits self declaration that transportation of personal effects has been made by own arrangement and facility of Kit Pass/VPU/Goods Train/ Container has not been availed of, production of documentary evidence of such tranportation of personal effects by own arrangement need not be insisted upon, Subject to fulfillment of other conditions. Proof of journey/change of residence will however continue to be required. In the cases where Kit Pass has been availed by the railway employee for transportation of personal effects, extant provision under the rules would continue to be applicable to regulate quantum of Composite Transfer Grant.

     (ii) For short distance transfers/settlement after retirement within the same Station or to an outstation within 20 Kms., where transportation of personal effects is generally carried out by road, CTG may be granted at prescribed rates. i.e 1/3rd of Basic Pay on production of documentary. Proof of change of residence, as a result of transfer/retirement subject to fulfillment of other condtions.

sd/-
(Sonali Chaturvedi)
Dy. Director Finance (Estt)
Railway Board.

Source; AIRF
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Resolution No.6:- financial upgradation under MACP to Running Staff

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(Railway Board)

No PC-V/2010/MACP/4/fed                                                                        New Delhi, dated 31-05-2011

The General Secretary
AIRF
4, State Entry Road,
New Delhi-110055

Sir,

Sub:-Resolution No.6:- financial upgradation under MACP to Running Staff.

The undersigned is directed to refer to AIRF's D.O No. AIRF/55(116), dated 06-05-2011 on the above subject and to state that a reference has been made to DoP&T, the nodal department of Govt. on MACP regarding how the cases of MACPS be regulated where promotional post is also in same Grade Pay.
Reply from DoP&T is still awaited and a final reply would be communicated on receipt of the same from DoP&T.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
for Secretary/ Railway Board

Source; AIRF
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