Revision of Stitching Charges.


F.No. 141 1/2010-JCA2
Government of  India
Ministry of  Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of  Personnel 86 Training)

North Block, New  Delhi
Dated the  18th  April, 2011

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:  Revision of Stitching Charges.

The undersigned is directed to  say that based on a demand raised  by  the  Staff  Side,  in  National  Council  (JCM), the question  of revising  the  Stitching Charges  of  Uniforms,  supplied  to Common Categories of  employees (Multi-Tasking Staff  -  erstwhile Group 'D'  posts of  Peon, Daftry, Jamadar, Junior Gestetner Operator, Frash, Chowkidar, Safaiwala, Mali  etc. and  Staff Car Drivers,  Dispatch Riders etc.) in  the Central  Secretariat and its Attached  and Subordinate Offices, h a s  been examined in consultation with the Ministry of  Finance.  Consequently, it has  been decided to  enhance the  rates  of  stitching charges, with  effect from  1 st  April, 20 1 1 thereby modifying the earlier instructions issued vide this Ministry's O.M. No.  14/3/2006-JCA dated 28"  September, 2006.

2.  The  revised  rates  of  stitching charges,  with  effect  from  1st    April, 201 1, will be as under:-
Winter

(1) Buttoned-up-coat and pant  -  Rs.750/-
(2)  Over Coat for Staff Car Drivers  -  Rs.600/-
(3)  Ladies half-coat  -  Rs.600/-

Summer

(4)  Pant (Terricot)  -  Rs.135/-
(5)  Bush Shirt (Polyvastra)  -  ' Rs .  60/-
(6)  Blouse  -  Rs. 45/ -
(7)  Petticoat  -  Rs. 30/-
(8)  Salwar Kameez  -  Rs. 90/-

Protective clothing [for Malis/Bhisties ]

(9)  Pyjama         -Rs.24/-
(10)  Short (Half-Pant) –RS.60/-
(11)  Shirt (Cotton) -Rs-.45/-

3.  It  may  please  be  noted  that the reimbursement  of  Stitching Charges at the preseribcd rates  should  be  done  only  after the stitched uniforms are  produced  and are duly  stamped, with indelible ink,  a t  an  appropriate  place on  the  wrong  side  of  the  stitched  dress,  for identification.  A  proper  record  and  procedure  should  be  evolved  to ensure  that  the  employees  produce  the  stitched uniforms  within  a reasonable period (say one month) after the cloth is supplied to them.
4.  Thi s   i s s u e s   with  t h e   concurrence  of  Department  of  Expenditure vide ID No.  5(1)/E.I1(A)/2009 d a t e d  08.04.201 1.

Hindi version will follow.

(Dinesh Kapila)

Director  (JCA)

Grant of Dearness Allowance to the emplovees of the State Government w.e.f. 01.01.2011


Fin-(C)- B(7)-2/2006
Government of Himachal Pradesh
Finance (Regulations) Department

Dated Shimla-171002, the 16th April, 2011

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subiect: Grant of Dearness Allowance to the emplovees of the State Government w.e.f. 01.01.2011

In continuation of this Department’s OM of even number dated the 27th January, 2011, the Governor, Himachal Pradesh, is pleased to enhance Dearness Allowance from the existing rate of 45% to 51% with effect from 01.01.2011 in respect of the employees of the State Government.

2. This additional Dearness Allowance of 6% (6 percent) shall be paid in cash with the salary of April, 2011 payable in the month of May, 2011 and the arrears accrued from 01.01.2011 to 31.03.2011 shall be credited to the GPF account of the employees. The interest on this account shall accrue w.eJ. 01.05.2011.

3. Other terms and conditions as contained in OM of even number dated 26th August, 2009 shall continue to be applicable. 4. The amount of “Adjustable Emoluments” if any, as mentioned in OM No. Fin(PR)-B(7)-1/2009 dated 09.09.2009 and 12.10.2009 shall be adjusted against the DA arrears and the net amount shall be credited in the GPF account of the
employees.

5. These orders will be applicable to employees covered by HP Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2009 and Work charged employees working in Government departments. These orders will also apply to All India Services Officers, HP Judicial Services Officers and State Government employees covered by UGC Pay Scales.

6. The payment on account of Dearness Allowance involving fraction of 50 paise and above may be rounded off to the next higher rupee and the fraction of less than 50 paise may be ignored.

7. As far as the PSUs/ Universities/ Autonomous Bodies/ Boards etc. are concerned, the managements of these PSUs/ Universities Autonomous Bodies/ Boards etc. would take an appropriate decision in this regard, considering the availability of resources in their organizations.

8 In case of Government employees who have retired or who have closed GPF accounts and employees who are governed under Contribution Pension Scheme, the arrears on account of release of additional instalment of DA w.e.f. 01.01.2011 may be paid in cash.

Please see these orders on www.himachal.nic.in/finance/

BY ORDER
AJAY TYAGI
Principal Secretary (Finance) to the
Government of Himachal Pradesh

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