Mamata Banerjee Receives Cheques of Dividend from Seven PSUs of Railways

Mamata Banerjee Receives Cheques of Dividend from Seven PSUs of Railways

The Minister of Railways, Mamata Banerjee received cheques of dividend amounting to Rs. 311.88 crore for the year 2009-10 from the seven Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) under the Ministry of Railways, here today. At a programme in Rail Bhawan today, Chairman and Managing Directors of seven PSUs namely, Container Corporation of Indian Limited (CONCOR), Indian Railway Finance Corporation (IRFC), IRCON International Limited, Railtel Corporation of India Limited (RCIL), RITES Limited, Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) and Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL) were personally present to separately handover the cheques to the Railway Minister. Chairman, Railway Board, Shri Vivek Sahai and other Board Members were among those present on the occasion.

The dividend amounts paid by respective PSUs are; CONCOR (Rs.114.65 crore), IRFC (Rs. 100 crore), IRCON (Rs. 36.62 crore), Railtel (Rs. 15 crore), RITES (Rs. 23 crore), IRCTC (Rs.12.61 crore) and RVNL (Rs. 10 crore).

The total dividend paid by these seven PSUs in the financial year 2008-09 amounted to Rs. 281.56 crore.

Source: PIB

Kerala Pay Revision 2010- Old scale Vs. New scale

Kerala Pay Revision 2010- Old scale Vs. New scale

1. Group D Employees : Old 4510-120-4990-130-5510-140-5930-150-6230
New 8500-230-9190-250-9940-270-11020-300-12220

2.Old 4630-120-4990-130-5510-140-5930-150-6680-160-7000
New 8730-230-9190-250-9940-270-11020-300-12220-330-12550

3.Old 4750-120-4990-130-5510-140-5930-150-6680-160-7480-170-7820
New 8960-230-9190-250-9940-270-11020-300-12220-330-13210

4. LD Clerk : Old 5250-130-5510-140-5930-150-6680-160-7480-170-7990-200-8390
New 9190-250-9940-270-11020-300-12220-330-13540-360-14620

5.Old 5650-140-5930-150-6680-160-7480-170-7990-200-8790
New 9940-270-11020-300-12220-330-13540-360-14980-400-15380

6.Old 6080-150-6680-160-7480-170-7990-200-9590-240-9830
New 10480-270-11020-300-12220-330- 13540-360- 14980-400- 16980-440-17420

7.UD Clerk : Old 6680-160-7480-170-7990-200-9590-240-10790
New 11620-300-12220-330-13540-360-14980-400-16980-440-18740

8.Old 7480-170-7990-200-9590-240-10790-280-11910
New 13210-330-13540-360-14980-400-16980-440-18740-500-20740

9.Old 7990-200-9590-240-10790-280-11910-340-12930
New 13900-360-14980-400-16980-440-18740-500-21240-560-22360

10. Head Clerk : Old 8390-200-9590-240-10790-280-11910-340-13270
New 14620-360-14980-400-16980-440-18740-500-21240-560-23480

11.Old 8790-200-9590-240-10790-280-11910-340-13610
New 15380-400-16980-440-18740-500-21240-560-24040

12. Junior Superintendent : Old 9190-200-9590-240-10790-280-11910-340-13610-380-15510
New 16180-400-16980-440-18740-500-21240-560-24040-620-27140

13.Old 9590-240-10790-280-11910-340-13610-380-16650
New 16980-440-18740-500-21240-560-24040-620-27140-680-29180

14.Senior Superintendent : Old 10790-280-11910-340-13610-380-16650-450-18000
New 18740-500-21240-560-24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-31360

15.Old 11070-280-11910-340-13610-380-16650-450-18450
New 19240-500-21240-560-24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-32110

16.Old 11910-340-13610-380-16650-450-19350
New 20740-500-21240-560-24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-32860-820- 33680

17.Old 12250-340-13610-380-16650-450-19800
New 21240-560-24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-32860-820-34500

18.Old 12930-340-13610-380-16650-450-20250
New 22360-560-24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-32860-820-35320

19.Old 13610-380-16650-450-20700
New 24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-32860-820-36140

20.Old 16650-450-20700-500-23200
New 29180-680-29860-750-32860-820-36140-900-40640

21.Old 20700-500-23200-550-25400-600-26600
New 32110-750-32860-820-36140-900-40640-1000-44640

22.Old 23200-550-25400-600-26600-650-31150
New 36140-900-40640-1000-46640

23.Old 25400-600-26600-650-33100
New 40640-1000-48640-1100-54140

24.Old 26600-650-33750
New 42640-1000-48640-1100-55240




Part time Contingent Employees

Old : 3100
New : 5520 - 8400
Old : 2700
New : 4850 - 7500
Old : 2300
New : 4250 - 6700

Source: pratheeshtp



New scales :

1. 8500-230-9190-250-9940-270-11020-300-12220

2. 8730-230-9190-250-9940-270-11020-300-12220-330-12550

3. 8960-230-9190-250-9940-270-11020-300-12220-330-13210

4. 9190-250-9940-270-11020-300-12220-330-13540-360-14620

5. 9940-270-11020-300-12220-330-13540-360-14980-400-15380

6. 10480-270-11020-300-12220-330-13540-360-14980-400-16980-440-17420

7. 11620-300-12220-330-13540-360-14980-400-16980-440-18740

8. 13210-330-13540-360-14980-400-16980-440-18740-500-20740

9. 13900-360-14980-400-16980-440-18740-500-21240-560-22360

10. 14620-360-14980-400-16980-440-18740-500-21240-560-23480

11. 15380-400-16980-440-18740-500-21240-560-24040

12. 16180-400-16980-440-18740-500-21240-560-24040-620-27140

13. 16980-440-18740-500-21240-560-24040-620-27140-680-29180

14. 18740-500-21240-560-24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-31,360

15. 19240-500-21240-560-24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-32110

16. 20740-500-21240-560-24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-32860-820-33680

17. 21240-560-24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-32860-820-34500


19. 24040-620-27140-680-29860-750-32860-820-36140

20. 29180-680-29860-750-32860-820-36140-900-40640



23. 40640-1000-48640-1100-54140

24. 42640-1000-48640-1100-55240

25. 44640-1000-48640-1100-56340

26. 46640-1000-48640-1100-57440-1200-58640


1. Basic Pay (pre revised scale)at the Option date You have chosen.
2. 64%of DA to be merged.
3. Fitment Benefit(10% of pre revised basic pay OR minimum of Rs.1000)
4. Total of 1+2+3
5. fix the stage in the revised scale
6. Service weightage : 0.5% for every year of service(suppose u have 6 year of service at the date of option,u have got 3% of revised basic pay as service weightage)
7. Total 5+6
8. fix the stage in the revised scale as u r Basic Pay at the option date.

64%DA merged,remaining 14% continuing.

Source: chcalappad

LTC and other benefits at a glance for Kerala staff

LTC and other benefits at a glance for Kerala staff

The ninth pay commission report of Kerala is expected to be published today. We have managed to collect some inside news and being published in this blog. It may kindly be noted that there is nothing official about it.

As per the recommendations of Pay Commission, The Kerala Government Employees will get LTC (Leave Travel Concession) for the first time for those who are going for vacation with or without family.

More Pension for Pensioners those who have completed 80 years of Age

There is an increase of Eye Glass allowance to Rs.1000 for every 10 years.

There will be an upgrade to Higher Grades on years like 8th, 15th, 22nd and 27th. This will benefit 2nd, 3rd, 4th Grade Employees.

The plan to organize the salary Scales of Employees of all 7 universities of the state of Kerala. Those who get lesser salary than the previous salary after organizing will get additional amount as personal salary.

Similar salary scales in Secretariat for University staffs from Assistant to Registrar onwards.

Monthly pay based on 3 new Salary scales is for Part Time Employees in Government.

This is the first time in Kerala , the Part Time Employees in Government will be getting salary scales. The Present Salary scales are Rs. 3100 + Dearness Allowance, Rs. 2700 + Dearness Allowance, Rs. 2300 + Dearness Allowance. From April 2011, this will be replaced to the new salary scales as follows,
Rs.5520 to Rs.8400
Rs.4850 to Rs.7500
Rs.4250 to Rs.6700

Pension amount of all govt. employees will have an increase of 12%
Pensioners and Family Pensioners will get Rs.300 Medical allowance per month.

40 to 50% Increase in Allowances

City Compensatory Allowance will increased to double the current amount

House rent allowance HRA will be increased by 40%

Travel Allowance will be increased

Daily Allowance will be increased

Pension for Personal Staffs ( Minimum 3 years service) of High Court Judges. With the retirement of judges , the personal staffs will also get retirement.

Promotions in Government service should be based on Performance and Qualification along with Seniority

There will be special training classes for improving the behavior of Government employees towards citizens of Kerala.

The Pay Revision Commission said that the Govt.employees are Public servants and they should not behave rudely to people and ask for bribes.

The abovementioned commission report is expected to implement from 01st April, 2010.

Source: Paycommissionupdate

Children Education Allowance Scheme Clarification - DOPT Order

Children Education Allowance Scheme Clarification - DOPT Order

No. 12011/08/2010-Estt.(AL)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)

New Delhi, the 30 th December, 2010

Office Memorandum

Sub: Children Education Allowance Scheme – Clarification

Subsequent to issue of this Department OM No. 12011/32008-Estt (Allowance) dated 02/09/2008 and clarificatory OMs dated 11/11/2008, 23/11/2009 and OM No. 12011/16/2009-(.Allowance) dated dated 13/11/2009 on the Children Education Allowance (CEA) Scheme, this Department has been receiving references from various Departments, seeking further clarifications.

The doubts raised are clarified as under:-

(i). Whether CEA is admissible to a Government Servant who ceases to be in service due to  retirement, discharge, dismissal or removal from service in the course of an academic year ?

CEA/hostel subsidy shall be admissible till the end of the academic year in which the Government servant ceased to be in service due to retirement, discharge, dismissal or  removal from service in the course  of an academic year.

The payment shall be made by the office in which the Govt. servant worked prior to these  events and will be regulated by the other conditions laid down under CEA scheme.

(ii).Whether Children  of  a Government servant  who dies while in  service are still eligible for reimbursement under the new CEA scheme?

If a Government servant dies while in service, the Children Education Allowance or hostel subsidy shall be admissible in respect of his/her children subject to observance of  other conditions for its grant provided the wife/husband of the deceased is not employed in service of the Central Govt., State Government, Autonomous Body, PSU, Semi-Government Organization such as Municipality, Post Trust Authority or any  other organization  partly  or  fully funded by the Central Govt/State Governments.  In  such  cases  the CEA/Hostel Subsidy shall be  payable to  the  children  till  such  time the employee would  have  actually received the  same, subject to  the condition that other terms and conditions are  fulfilled. The  payment  shall  be  made  by  the office  in which the Govt. servant was working  prior  to  his  death and  will  be regulated  by the other  condition laid down under CEA Scheme

iii) Whether any upper age limit of the children has been prescribed for claming  CEA?  Whether CEA can be allowed in case of children studying through  “Correspondence or  Distance  Learning”?  If  so  the age limit prescribed  for the same.

The upper age limit for disabled children has been set at the age of 22 years. In the case  of other children the  age limit will now be 20 years or till  the  time  of  passing  12th class which ever is earlier.  Cases where reimbursement have been already made,  in respect  of children above this age  may  not  be  reopened.  It  has  also been decided  that CEA  may  henceforth  be  allowed  in case of children  studying through  “Correspondence  or  Distance  Learning”  5ubject  to other  condition prescribed

iv)  What  is  the  definition  of  the terms ‘two sets 0f uniform’ which occur in para1(e) of  our  O.M. dated 2.9.08. What  is  the definition of ‘one  set of shoes’?

It  is  clarified  that  ‘one set of  shoes’  would mean  one  pair  of  shoes  and  ‘two  sets of uniform’  would  mean  two sets  of uniform  prescribed by the school in which the child is studying. A set of uniform will include all items of clothing prescribed  for a day,  as uniform  by  the  school. Reimbursement  may  be  allowed for two  sets  of  such  uniform  irrespective  of the  colours
/winter/ summer/ PT uniform

(v) What is the definition of ‘station’ for the purpose of hostel  subsidy ?

It is clarified that for the purpose of hosted subsidy,  station  would  be demarcated  by  the  first three  digits  of  the  PIN Code  of  the  area  where  the Government   Servant  is  posed  and/or  residing’.  ‘The  first  three  digits  of  the  PIN Code indicate a Revenue District

(vi) Whether  fee  paid  10 organizations/institutions  other  than  the  school  or fee  paid  to private  tutors  for purposes mentioned  in  para 1(e) of  the  OM dated 2.9.2008  is reimbursable?

No. It is clarified that the term ‘fee’ contained in the para 1(e) of the OM dated 2.9.2008 would mean the fee charted by the school directly from the student.




(Simmi R. Nakra)

Director (P&A)


DOPT Order

Quality Education and Excellence in Science Research in Indian Universities

Quality Education and Excellence in Science Research in Indian Universities: Kapil Sibal

Shri Kapil Sibal Union Minister for Human Resource Development; Science & Technology and Earth Sciences; Communications and Information Technology said quality education and excellence in science research and Indian Universities, we have set out three generic principles that any new institute of higher education needs to embrace. They are providing access to educational opportunities to all who desire and need it; second, affordability by reducing financial barriers; and third, building quality and accountability to ensure that what is taught is relevant and at global levels, delivering good value for money. This is exactly what we are seeking to incorporate in the thirty new Central Universities that we are setting up.

Speaking at the inaugural function of the 98th Indian Science Congress at SRM University, Chennai in Tamil Nadu today, he further said, “The National Innovation Council (NIC) which will prepare a road map for the Decade of Innovation will help to have approach and methodology to create an inclusive and sustainable innovative Indian ecosystem.” Regarding higher education he said, “The Gross Enrolment Ratio higher education in is today around a mere 15%. Changing labour markets and demographics are driving a “new” demand for higher education. This has come mainly from two groups that traditionally were not known to attend universities: a “rising” lower-middle class and women. This will necessitate many more universities and colleges to be opened in the years to come which are estimated minimum doubling over the next decade. We must also broaden our skills base beyond a few centres of excellence and foster innovation on a national scale. We need to create and enhance our competitive edge. For this to happen, quality and merit-based education for the entire population is a must.”

To reduce the supply-demand gap in higher education and for gross enrolment in higher education, the Ministry has taken several steps to address both these aspects. Shri Sibal said, “An effective quality assurance system will be in place and provide a common frame of reference for students and others to obtain credible information on academic quality across institutions, domestic as well as international. The National Accreditation Regulatory Authority for Higher Educational Institutions Bill, 2010 has been introduced in Parliament to provide mandatory accreditation and creation of an institutional structure for the purpose. This is in accordance with the general principle of moving from an “inspection approval” based mechanism of recognizing institutions to a “verification assessment” method. A National Commission for Higher Education and Research (NCHER) will be set up to regulate higher education. An Education Finance Corporation will also be set up to refinance educational loans to students, especially from lower income families seeking to pursue professional courses, at much more favourable terms than available presently and also provide not-for-profit educational institutions access to low cost funds.

The Minister said that our goal is of Gross Enrolment in higher education should be doubled to at least 30% by the end of 2020, which in real terms means tripling of enrolments in the tertiary sector from around 13 million to 40 million. This will entail massive capacity building, both institutional as well as human. Besides enhancing the quantum of teachers and faculty in colleges and universities we have also to improve their quality.

Describing the strategy to realize the Vision of India as an Innovation Hot Spot, he disclosed an agenda which will include long term academia-industry collaborative relationships with open access to and resources free of intellectual property (IP) entanglements; better integration of corporate with higher educational and research institutions, encourage multidisciplinary collaboration among business, government, academia and R&D thereby creating an environment that supports technological development; recognising the contribution of young researchers to the vitality and quality of the research system put in place more programmes for support of young researchers. In addition to this enhance significantly publicly funded research will be enhanced, modernisation and up gradation of technology in collaboration with concerned government and economic Ministries in use by the small and medium enterprises; encourage the formation of International R&D, technology and innovation consortia between Indian and foreign entities and tax incentives to businesses that collaborate with academia and R&D researchers are included.

Source: PIB

Recruitment in Central Railways

Open Market Recruitment--to posts in Pay Band – 1 of Rs.5200-20200 with Grade Pay of Rs.1800/-
Posted on by in

Chief Project Manager (Conv.)’s Office, 1st Floor, P.D.Mello Road, Wadi Bunder, Mumbai 400010.

Employment Notice No: RRC/CR/6/2010 dated 15/12/2010.

Closing Date & Time of receipt of applications
1800 hrs. of 15.02.2011
Closing Date & Time of receipt of applications for residents of Andaman & Nicobar, Lakshadweep Islands
1800 hrs of 02.03.2011
Application received after closing date shall not be entertained

Open Market Recruitment
to posts in Pay Band – 1 of Rs.5200-20200 with Grade Pay of Rs.1800/-
Special Recruitment Drive for Persons With Disabilities.

Railway Recruitment Cell,Central Railway, Mumbai, invites applications from citizens of India and such other candidates declared eligible by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India to fill up the following posts in Pay Band-1 of Rs.5200-20200 with Grade Pay of Rs.1800/- in Mumbai, Pune, Bhusaval, Nagpur & Solapur Divisions of Central Railway.

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Special concessions/facilities to Central Government Employees working in Kashmir Valley

No. 18016/3/2010-Estt. (I)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)

North Block, New Delhi.
Dated, the 28th December, 2010


Sub: Special concessions/facilities to Central Government Employees working in Kashmir Valley in attached / subordinate offices or PSUs falling under the control of Central Government.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department of even Number dated 15.3.2010 extending the Special concessions / facilities to Central Government Employees working in Kashmir Valley in attached / subordinate offices or PSUs falling under the control or Central Government, for the period with effect from 1.1.2010 to 3 1.12.2010 and to say that the Annexure attached with the OM stands partially modified to include the Notes. The Annexure as modified is attached herewith.


(Simmi R. Nakra)

Director (P&A)

All Ministries/Departments of the Government of India.
(As per standard mailing list)


Details of package of Concession/Facilities to Central Government employees working in Kashmir Valley in Attached/Subordinate Offices or PSUs falling under the control of
Central Government:-

I. Additional H.R.A. and other concessions:

(A) Employees posted to Kashmir Valley

(i) These employees have an option to move their families to a selected place of their choice in India at Government expense. T.A. for the families allowed as admissible in permanent transfer inclusive of transportation of personal effects, lump-sum payment
for packing etc.

(ii) Departmental arrangements for stay, security and transportation to place of work for employees.

(iii) HRA as for Class 'A' city applicable for employees exercising option at (i). Such employees will be eligible for drawing the normal HRA as well at their place of posting provided Departmental arrangement is not made for his/her stay.

(iv) The period of temporary duty extended to six months. For period of temporary duty daily allowance at full rate is admissible, apart from departmental arrangements for stay, security and transportation.

(B) Employees posted to Kashmir Valley who do not wish to move their families to a selected place of residence;

A per diem allowance of Rs. 10/- is paid for each day of attendance to compensate for any additional expense in transportation to and from office etc. This will be in addition to the transport allowance, which the employee is otherwise eligible for under Ministry of Finance order No. 21(2)/2008-E.II(B) dated 29.8.1008.


Messing Allowance to be paid to the employees at a uniform rate of Rs. 15/- per day by all Departments, or in lieu messing arrangements to be made by the Departments themselves. This rate of allowance will have to be adhered to uniformly by all the Ministries/Departments with effect from 01.07.1999. The slightly higher rate of Rs. 25.50 adopted by the Department of Telecom and Posts and allowed to be continued as a special case by the Department of Personnel in consultation with the Ministry of Finance, would, however, continue to be paid at the said rate.


As a purely temporary measure, the employees migrated from the Kashmir Valley are accommodated to the extent possible in the available vacancies under the respective Ministries/Departments in offices located outside but adjacent to the union Territory of Delhi.


Arrangements were made for payment of leave salary for the period upto 30' April, 1990 in respect of employees who may not have received their emoluments after migration. Such employees were allowed to be given either leave salary at the minimum of the scale or some adhoc financial assistance as an advance to be adjusted from their dues after they join duty. Further the migrant employees who were unable to join their respective places of posting in the Valley due to the prevailing circumstances, were extended this facility till they were adjusted in accordance with (iii) above.


In August, 1992, it was decided that the period of migration of a Central Government employee, who migrated from Kashmir Valley in view of the disturbed conditions would be treated as Earned leave to the extent which may have been due to him on the date of proceeding for migration. However, the position was reviewed by the Ministry of Personnel in April, 1997 and if was decided that the Earned Leave which was at the credit of the Central Government migrant employee at the time of migration will not be adjusted against the migration period, but will remain available for the purpose of leave encashment on the date of their retirement in respect of the employees who had already retired or would retire in future. The period of absence would however count in the service for the purpose of pension, but shall not count for earning any kind of leave. During the period of absence, a migrant employee is entitled to his pay (excluding special pay and local allowances) dearness allowance, which he would have been otherwise paid from time to time including benefit of increment had he reported for duty immediately after expiry of his Earned leave.


Pensioners of Kashmir Valley who are unable to draw their monthly pensions through either Public Sector Banks or PA0 treasuries from which they were receiving their pensions, would be given pensions outside the Valley where they have settled, in relaxation of relevant provisions.

NOTE:- I. The package of concession/facilities shall be admissible in Kashmir Valley comprising of six districts, namely Ananhag, Baramulla, Budgam, Kupwara, Pulwama and Srinagar.

2. The package of concession/facilities shall be admissible to Temporary Status Casual labourers working in Kashmir Valley in terms of para 5(i) of the Casual Labourers (Grant of Temporary Status and Regularization) Scheme of Government of India. 1993.

3. The benefit of additional HRA admissible under the Kashmir Valley package shall be admissible to all Central Government employees posted to Kashmir Valley irrespective of whether they are natives of Kashmir Valley, if they choose to move their families anywhere in India subject to the conditions governing the grant of these allowances.

4. The facilities of Messing Allowance and Per Diem allowance shall also be allowed to natives of Kashmir Valley in terms of the Kashmir Valley package.

Adhoc Bonus for Tamil Nadu Government Employees

G.O.No.1, DATED 3rd January, 2011
(Margazhi 19, Thiruvalluvar Aandu 2041)

BONUS — Adhoc Bonus — Special Adhoc Bonus for the year 2009—2010 — Sanction —
Orders — Issued.

Read the following:

1) G.O.Ms.No.1, Finance (Allowances) Department, dated 2.1 .201 0.
2) Government of India, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, 7/24/2007/E-IIl(A) Branch New Delhi Office Memorandum dated 22.09.2010.

Government has decided to grant Adhoc Bonus equivalent to 30 days emoluments on a base of 30 days a month to all regular and temporary Government employees, employees of Local Bodies and Aided Educational Institutions including teachers on regular time scales of pay for the financial year 2009-2010.

2. Employees in Groups 'C’ and ‘D’ were paid Adhoc Bonus equivalent to 30 days emoluments subject to a ceiling of Rs.3,000/- during the year 2008-2009. Accordingly, Government direct that all regular and temporary Government employees who are on regular time scales of pay, employees of Local Bodies and Aided Educational Institutions including teachers on regular time scales of pay in C’ and D’ group be paid adhoc bonus equivalent to 30 days emoluments on a base of 30 days a month for the financial year 2009-2010. The Adhoc Bonus shall be computed on the basis of actual emoluments as on 31st March 2010. The amount of adhoc bonus shall be calculated as if monthly emoluments were Rs.3,000/- per month. In respect of those drawing pay in the pre-revised / revised scales of pay, the calculation of adhoc bonus shall be based on the emoluments drawn subject to the upper ceiling of Rs.3,000/- (Rupees Three thousand only) per month. The upper ceiling limit shall be applicable irrespective of whether the emoluments are drawn in the pre-revised or revised scales of pay.

3. Employees in Groups 'A’ & 'B’ including those coming under University Grants Commission / All India Council for Technical Education / Indian Council of Agricultural Research scales of pay and All India Service Regulations are not covered by the bonus scheme and are not entitled to get any adhoc bonus amount. Government has decided to grant Special Adhoc Bonus to these employees and direct that employees in groups 'A’ & ‘B’ including those on University Grants Commission / All India Council for Technical Education / Indian Council of Agricultural Research scales of pay and All India Service Regulations be paid Special Adhoc Bonus of Rs.1 1000/- (Rupees One thousand only).

4. The Special Adhoc Bonus of Rs.1,000/- (Rupees One Thousand only) shall also be admissible to full-time and part-time employees paid from contingencies at fixed monthly rates, employees on consolidated pay/special time scale of pay including employees in Nutritious Meal Programme! Integrated Child Nutrition Project (Anganwadi Workers), Mini Anganwadi Workers, Village Assistants on special time scales of pay, Panchayat Assistants / Clerks, Makkal Nala paniyalargal on special time scales of pay in Village Panchayats under Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department, Contract employees, Temporary Assistants on contract basis, the employees on daily wages and the employees partly worked on daily wages and subsequently brought under regular establishment and worked continuously for atleast 240 days or more during the year 2009-2010.

5. Deputationists from the State Government working in Corporations / Boards / Joint Sector companies who are not in receipt of bonus / exgratia payment from the undertakings concerned are eligible for the benefit of Adhoc Bonus / Special Adhoc Bonus.

6. The Adhoc Bonus/Special Adhoc Bonus sanctioned in paras 2 to 5 above shall be admissible subject to the conditions prescribed in the annexure to this order.

7. The expenditure on Adhoc Bonus/Special Adhoc Bonus shall be debited to the sub-detailed head “04 Other Allowances” under the detailed head “01. Salaries” or the detailed head “02. Wages” as the case may be, under the relevant service head of the department concerned.

8. The expenditure on Special Adhoc Bonus in respect of temporary Assistants appointed on contract basis in the year 2003 shall be debited to the Detailed / Sub- Detailed head “33-Payments for Professional and Special Services” “04 — Contract Payment” under the relevant service head of the department concerned.

9. Necessary provisions have been made under the relevant heads of account in, BE 2010-2011. However, if additional provisions are required, it will be made under the relevant heads of account in RE/FMA 2010-2011 and the required funds may be drawn pending such provision.

10. This order issues with the Additional Sanction Ledger No.1700 (One thousand and seven hundred).



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