Concession to persons re—employed in Government Service : Payment of Travelling Allowance


No. 19030/6/2010-E.IV 
Government of India 
Ministry of Finance 
Department of Expenditure

North Block, New Delhi 
Dated the  10th February, 2012

Office Memorandum

Subject: Concession to persons re—employed in Government Service : Payment of Travelling Allowance- reg.

            References have been received whether the Travelling Allowance (TA) admissible to pensioners re-appointed to Govt. service, under SR 107 of FR & SR Part II (Travelling Allowance Rules) includes TA in respect of family of the pensioner and other TA entitlements which a serving Government official is normally entitled to on transfer.


2.         The matter has been considered and it has been decided that pensioners re-employed to posts, where holding of a post under the Central Government is a pre-requisite for such re-employment or where the Recruitment Rules of the post to which the pensioner is re-employed provides this as one of the qualifications, would be entitled to Travelling Allowance subject to the following:

i)          The entitlement for Travelling Allowance would be with reference to the post last held and the last pay drawn under the Government, at the time of retirement.

ii)         The provisions of SR 116 of the TA Rules, as admissible to Govt. officials on transfer in public interest, would be applicable.

iii)        Unless provided for in the terms & conditions of the post where the pensioner is re-employed, if ‘TA on Retirement’ has already been claimed by the re-employed pensioner from the official/organization from where he has retired/superannuated, no additional TA would be admissible on expiry of the term of his re-employment. If the re-employed pensioner has not claimed ‘TA on Retirement’ within six months of his retirement and he is re-employed under the Central Govt. before the expiry of six months from his date of superannuation/retirement, he can claim ‘TA on Retirement’ after expiry of the term of his re-employment, with reference to the post held at the time of retirement and pay last drawn at the time of retirement, in terms of GoI Order No.2 below SR 147. In such an event, the ‘TA on Retirement’ would be reimbursed by the office/organization from where the re-employed pensioner had retired/superannuated.

3.        Past cases, already settled would not be re-opened.

sd/-

(Subhash Chand)

Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

Source: www.finmin.nic.in 
[http://finmin.nic.in/the_ministry/dept_expenditure/notification/ta_ota/concession_reEmpl_TA10022012.pdf]


Study Leave Rules.


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS 
(RAILWAY BOARD)

No.2011/F(E)-III/2(2)/3

New Delhi, dated 05.01.2012

The General Managers/FA&CAOs,
All Indian Railways & PUs,
(As per Mailing List)

Subject : Amendment to the Indian Railway Establishment Code, Vol. I, (1985 Edition) Chapter V – Leave Rules & Appendix V - Study Leave Rules.

In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution, the President is pleased to direct that Appendix V of the Indian Railway Establishment Code, Volume-I, (1985 edition) (Third Re-print Edition 2008) be amended as in the Advance Correction Slip No.120 attached.

2. Please acknowledge receipt.

 
(T.P.Sharma) 
Deputy Director Finance (Estt.)III, 
Railway Board

INDIAN RAILWAY ESTABLISHMENT CODE VOLUME-I,  FIFTH EDITION - 1985 (THIRD REPRINT EDITION – 2008) APPENDIX V

STUDY LEAVE RULES :

Advance Correction Slip No. 120

1. Sub-rule (5) of Rule 1 under Sub-heading — Conditions for grant of study leave may be substituted with the following :-

(a) in clause (ii) for the words “three years from”, the words and brackets "three years (five years in the case of Railway Medical Service Officer who has been granted thirty-six months’ study leave under sub-rule 2 of rule 2) from” shall be substituted;

(b) in clause (iii), for the words, “three years after”, the words and brackets “three years (five years In the case of Railway Medical Service Officer who has been granted thirty-six months study leave under sub-rule 2 of rule 2) after” shall be substituted;

2. In the said rules, in Sub-Rule 1 of Rule 14 for the words “three years after”, the words and brackets “three years (five years in the case of Railway Medical Service Officer who has been granted thirty-six months study leave under sub-rule (2) of rule 2) after” shall be substituted.

3. In the said rules in Form A, Form B, Form C and Form D for the words “within a period of three years after” the words “within a period of three years/five years after” shall respectively be substituted.

(Authority: Ministry of Railways letter No. 2011/F(E)-III/2(2)/3 New Delhi, Dated 05.01.2012)

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