Appendices 3 to 6 omitted



(Referred to in note 4 to rule 5.35)


            Rent-free accommodation has been granted to the Government employees mentioned in column 3 of the table below subject to the conditions, if any, given in column 4 :-




Designation of Government employees




(1) Range Clerks

Where quarters are available.



(2) Deputy Rangers

(3) Foresters

(4) Forest Guards

Deputy Rangers and Foresters are granted the monthly compensatory allowance of Rs. 2 and 1.50, respectively in cases in which accommodation is not available.

Conservators are authorised to hire quarters for Forest Guards where Government quarters are not available at a monthly rent not exceeding Rs. 6 per mensem in villages and Rs. 12 per mensem in municipal and noticed areas as notified from time to time.



(5) Forest Rangers in charge of ranges

A compensatory allowance of Rs. 4 per mensem is granted where no rent-free quarters are available



(6) Sewadars


May occupy Government quarters, where they exist.


General Administration: (i)Secretariat Staff of the Government





(i)Staff employed in Raj Bhawan.

(ii)Resident Assistant, Punjab Civil Secretariat

(iii)Personal Assistant and Telephone Attendant of Chief Minister’s residence




On Raj Bhavan occupying staff quarters and other buildings appurtenant to Raj Bhavan.












 (ii)District Administration

(iii)Wel-fare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Depart-ment







Tehsildars, Naib-Tehsildars or other Tehsil Officials


(1)Executive, Technical Teaching, Watch and Wards, Class IV and other staff of the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Department, Settlements and Reformatory Schools.



(2)Mukaddams employed in villages under the control of the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Department


(3)Supervisory, teaching and Class IV staff of the villages and colonies under direct control.


When quarters are built in a Tehsil building or compound for these Government employees











The concession to Mukaddams in the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Department is similar to that allowed to Mukaddams in the Agriculture Department.




Where accommodation is not available for occupation by a member to the staff, no house-rent allowance will be given in lieu.



Administration of Justice

(Caretaker) of the High Court of Punjab


























(1)Superintendents Deputy Superintendents I Grade


(2)Deputy Superintendents II Grade/District Probation Officer/Probation Officers


(3)Assistant Superintendents/

Welfare Officers


(4)Sub-Assistant Superintendents





(a)Who live in buildings attached to the jails or in quarters specially provided close to the jails. If quarters are not provided at Government expense, they receive house rent allowance in lieu thereof. The rates of house-rent allowance sanctioned for Superintendents/Deputy Superintendents I Grade, Deputy Superintendents II Grade/District Probation Officers, Probation Officers, Assistant Superintendents/Welfare Officers and Sub-Assistant Superintendents is normally subject to a maximum of 10 percent of their pay or Rs.60, Rs.40, Rs.30 and Rs.18 per mensem respectively or actual rent paid by the Officer whichever is less but a higher allowance not exceeding the amount actually paid as house rent may be granted in exceptional circumstances with the consent of the Finance Department. The grant of such allowance is contingent on the Government employee providing himself with a residence within a distance convenient for the purpose of his duties at the jail and approved by the Inspector General.


(b)The house rent allowance mentioned in (a) above will not be admissible during the period the Government employees remain on training.


















(5) Whole time Medical Officers and Medical Subordinates




(7)Warders Staff


(8)Gate Keepers of Central Jails and Store Keepers


(9)Store Keeper





Residential quarters shall ordinarily be provided at each jail for these Government employees.










If rent-free quarters on Jail premises are not available house rent allowance in lieu thereof at a rate not exceeding Rs.20 per mensem or actual rent paid by the official, whichever is less.



(i) District Executive Force, Punjab Armed Police, Government Railway Police and the CID







































(ii) Police Training School, Phillaur


(1)All Police officials of rank lower than that of Assistant or Deputy Superintendent of Police










































































(1)Unmarried probationary Assistant Superintendents under training at the Police Training School, Phillaur



(2)Principal, Police Training School, Phillaur


(3)All Police officers of rank lower than that of Assistant and Deputy Superin-

tendent, Police


(4)Cook of the Officers’ Mess


Deputy Superintendent of Police Incharge of the Finger Print Bureau, Phillaur



May be provided with free quarters in Police Lines, Stations, etc. When quarters are not available in Police Lines, etc., other suitable quarters may be provided or house-rent allowance granted  up to the following maximum by the authorities mentioned In rule 10.76 of the Punjab Police Rules, Volume I and subject to the condition specified therein—

(1)Inspector at—


(a) the headquarters or  Rs.35

Cantonment or Delhi     per mensem

In respect of


Railway Police

only, Amritsar.


(b) The Headquarters   Rs.20 per

or  cantonments of        mensem


and Ferozepur


(c) any other place        Rs.12 per

in the Punjab                 mensem


(2)Probationary            Upto a

Inspectors                   maximum

                                   of half the

                                   Rates                                        admissible


(3)Sub-Inspectors at—


(a) the headquarters or Rs.18 per

cantonments of Delhi    mensem

in respect of Government

Railway Police only,



(b) the headquarters or Rs.10 per

cantonments of             mensem

Jalandhar and



(c) Any other place in   Rs.6 per

the Punjab                    mensem


(4) Probationary Sub-  Halt the rates

Inspectors                    admissible to

                                    Sub-                                         Inspectors


(5) Assistant Sub-Inspectors,

Probationary Assistant Sub-

Inspectors and Head Constables—


(a) the headquarters or Rs.5 per

cantonments of Delhi    mensem

in respect of


Railway Police

only, Amritsar


(b) the headquarters or Rs.3.50 per

cantonments of            mensem

Jalandhar and



(c) Any other place in   Rs.2.50 per

the Punjab                    mensem


(6) Married Constables at—


(a) Ferozepur               Up to Rs.3                                     per mensem


(b) Delhi, in respect     Up to Rs.2 of Government              per mensem

Railway Police only,

And other District



(c)Elsewhere               Up to Re.1                                     per mensem





May occupy, ‘Officers’ Mess” which includes Main Block (lately known as Bangalow No.E-7 and also new quarters known as A Block in the Officers’ Mess).




Quarters in the Fort at Phillaur



May be provided with free quarters in the Police Training School, Phillaur. When quarters are not available in this School, other suitable quarters may be provided or house-rent allowance granted



Quarters provided for him at the School


May occupy Police Bangalow situated in Civil Lines, Phillaur.




(1) Superintendents of the hostels attached to Government Educational Institutions

The Superintendents of Hostels attached to Government a Educational Institutions are, if unmarried, provided with free quarters if such quarters exist.  If married they are provided with free quarters suitable for a married man or if such quarters do not exist with an allowance in lieu of rent free quarters not exceeding 10 per cent of their pay or the actual rent paid by them whichever is less provided they keep their families with them in the rented houses.



(2) Educational officials in Government Colleges

(i)May be granted rent-free quarters with the special orders of “Government in each case when a substantial proportion of the students of a College is resident in hostels adjoining or near the College building.


(ii)Except in very special cases the concession will be confined to the Principal and one professor


(iii)Residence will be assigned to the members of college staff selected by Government



(3) The Principal, nurses and as many mistresses of the Government Colleges for Women and schools for girls as possible.

Free living accommodation in a school or college premises wherever accommodation is available on condition that definite duties as regards the supervision of pupils out of school or college hours are assigned to each of them. This concession will be generally confined to mistresses working away from their home towns.


Note:-By “free-living accommodation”

It is not intended to rent accommodation but merely to give permission to teachers being provided with a room whenever and wherever accommodation is available in Government girls schools and colleges in the Stage.  Ladies should be provided with accommodation in Hostels where it is not possible for them to find out suitable accommodation.  No member of the staff whose presence on the premises of the Institution or Hostels attached to it is not in the interest of the Institution or Hostel will be allowed rent-free accommodation.



(1)The following classes of Government employees holding resident appointment:


(i)All Medical Officers and Assistant Medical Officers, in hospitals and dispensaries (including those maintained by local bodies where Government doctors are employed against sanctioned posts), Jails, /Reformatory Settlements, Rural/Primary Health Units/Centres and Mental Hospital, Amritsar




(ii)All the Pharmacists (Dispensers) including the Pharmacists belonging to erstwhile PEPSU State attached to Hospitals/Dispensaries/Primary Health Units/Rural Health Centres/Schools Health Clinics/T.B. Centres, Sanatorium or Pharmacists appointed in any other Scheme under the Punjab Health Department dispensary servants and Class 2IV employees employed in Hospitals and Dispensaries whether Government or Local Fund and


(iii)Clerical establishment of the Punjab Mental Hospital and Chemical Examiners Department.


When no rent-free accommodation is provided a reasonable house-rent allowance, in lieu thereof, not exceeding, in any case, 10 per cent of pay or the actual rent paid, whichever is less can be granted which shall be admissible, if the Government employee concerned is required to provide himself/herself for the proper performance of his/her duties, with accommodation in a particular locality which in the opinion of the authorities, under whom he/she is serving, is conveniently near to the premises in which his/her regular duties have to be performed.




(2)Staff of the Punjab Mental Hospital required to reside in Government quarters on the hospital premises in the interest of Government work




(3)Resident Medical Officer for the Midwifery Department of the V.J. Hospital, Amritsar

Rent-free quarters or house-rent allowance equal to 10 per cent of pay or the actual house-rent paid, whichever is less, subject to a maximum of Rs.50 per mensem provided she resides within a quarter of mile of the hospital.



(4)Resident Surgical/Medical Officer, V.J. Hospital, Amritsar

House-rent allowance actually paid subject to a maximum of Rs.30 per mensem each and subject to the condition that they continue to reside at a reasonable distance from the hospital to the satisfaction of the Medical Superintendent.



(5)Assistant Blood Transfusion Officer, Glancy Medical College, Amritsar

Rent-free quarters or house-rent allowance equal to 10 per cent of pay or the actual house-rent paid, whichever is less on the condition of providing themselves with accommodation which in the opinion of the authority under whom they are serving is conveniently near to the premises of the Health Center for the proper performance of their duties.



(6)Assistant Radiologist, V.J. Hospital, Amritsar




(7)Nurse Dais attached to State Hospitals and Dispensaries





(ii)Midwives, dais, peons and Class IV Government employees attached to various Primary Health units/Primary Health Units/Primary Health Centres/Rural Health Centres and Maternity and Child Welfare Centres.

Rent-free quarters or in lieu thereof house-rent actually paid subject to a maximum of Rs.10 per cent of pay on the condition of providing themselves with accommodation which in the opinion of the authority under whom they are serving is conveniently near to the premises of the hospital for the proper performance of their duties.


Rent-free quarters or in lieu thereof house-rent actually paid subject to a maximum of 10 percent of pay on the condition of providing themselves with accommodation which in opinion of the authority under whom they are serving is conveniently near to the premises of the institution for the proper performance of their duties.



(8)Lady Health tors working in Health Centres in the State

Rent-free quarters or house-rent allowance equal to 10 per cent of pay or the actual house-rent paid, whichever is less on the condition of providing themselves with accommodation which in the opinion of the authority under whom they are serving is conveniently near to the premises of the Health Center for the proper performance of their duties.



Nursing staff (Nursing Superintendents, Matrons, Sisters, Tutors, Nursing Sisters and Staff Nurses)

Rent-free quarters or house-rent allowance equal to 10 per cent of pay or the actual house-rent paid, whichever is less on the condition of providing themselves with accommodation which in the opinion of the authority under whom they are serving is conveniently near to the premises of the Health Center for the proper performance of their duties.



(9)Superintendents of the Hostels of the Government Medical Colleges and Dental Colleges in the State.

Rent free quarter if unmarried, and if married, rent free quarter suitable for a married man is not available, house rent allowance, in lieu of rent free quarter not exceeding 10 percent of his pay of the actual rent paid by him whichever is less, provided he keeps his family with him in the rented house.



(1)Agricultural Sub-Inspectors employed on Farms and Research Sections only, irrespective of pay.


(2)Beldars and tenants employed on Agricultural Farms.

Up to Rs.5 per mensem.


Animal Husbandry

(i)Veterinary College—



(2)Warden of the Hostel

(3)Hostel Superintendent

(4)Hospital Surgeon


(ii)(1)Veterinary Assistant Surgeons or Veterinary Assistants

(2)Veterinary Commoners and

(3)Class IV Government employees

(Dressers, Water-carriers(Bhishti), Sweepers and Chowkidars working in the State-run Civil Veterinary Hospitals/Dispensaries.



(iii)Government Poultry Farms/Centres—


2.Animal Husbandry Assistants

3.Assistant Managers

4.Poulty Inspectors/ Farm Assistants.

5.Poulty Stock Assistants/ Supervisors

6.Poulty Store Keepers (Technical)

7.Class IV Government employees (Beldars, Bird Attendants etc.)

When no rent-free accommodation is provided, a reasonable house-rent allowance, in lieu thereof not exceeding in any case 12½% of pay in first class cities and within ten miles belt of the International Border and ten percent of pay when posted in second class cities/towns and villages, or the actual rent paid, which shall be admissible if the Government employee concerned is required to provide himself/herself for the proper performance of his/her duties, with accommodation in a particular locality which in the opinion of the authorities, under whom he/she is serving, is conveniently near to the premises in which his/her regular duties have to be performed.












The officials will, however, not be provided accommodation above their official status.


Industrial Training Department

Principal, Government Institue of Texile Chemistry and Knitting Technology, Ludhiana.



2.Mechanical Engineer, Government Institute of Textile Chemistry and Knitting Technology, Ludhiana.



3.Hostel Superintendents- cum-Physical Training Instructurs working in Industrial Schools and other institutions.


4.Pharmacists working in Industrial/Training Institutes/Centres.


5.Dressers working in Industrial Training Institutes/Centres.


If quarters suitable to unmarried and married officials do not exist, house-rent allowance in lieu of rent-free quarters not exceeding 10% of their pay or the actual rent paid by them, whichever is less may be allowed by the authority competent to sanction the house rent allowance to the concerned officer/official.






















Stationer and Printing

(1)Controller of Printing Stationery, Punjab.


(2)Deputy Controller of Printing and Statinary, Punjab




Public Works Department

(i) Irrigation Branch

(1)Signallers including Relieving and Apprentice Signallers




(3)Nurse working in Canal Colony Dispensary, Ferozepore


(4)Regulation Jamadars, Grade I and Grade II

Government quarters will only be occupied by Relieving and Apprentice Signallers if availableand cannot be claimed as of right.


(ii) Buildings and Roads Branch

(a) The Punjab Engineering College



(2)Professor-in-charge, Hostel


(3)Superintendent of Class  IV Government employees lines when this post is held by a member of the staff in addition to his own duties











(b) Punjab Government School of Engineering


(2)Hostel Superintendent

(3)Engine Driver

(4)Head Mechanic


(6)Motor Driver




Note 1:-           Every Government employee of Jail for whom residential quarters are provided shall reside therein.

Note 2:-           Every Government employee for whom no residential quarters are available at any jail shall (except in the case of Medical subordinates holding dual appointments) reside within such distance of the Jail as the Superintendent may, from time to time, in his discretion, fix in that behalf.

Note 3:-           Clerks employed at Jails (other than those employed on the accounts side) who are required by their Superintendents in the interest of public service to reside in the quarters provided by Government in the Jail premises, are exempt from payment of rent.

Note 4:-           An Accounts Clerk appointed to officiate as Accountant in short vacancies not exceeding four months shall draw compensatory allowance, equal to the difference between his pay as Accountant and his pay plus house rent allowance as Accounts Clerk, the allowance being reduced by any amount by which his pay may be increased and ceasing as soon as his pay is increased by an amount equal to his compensatory allowance.



(Referred to in Note 5 to Rule 5.57)

            Rules regulating the acceptance of fees by Government Medical Officers from private persons or bodies or public bodies for services other than professional attendance.

For the purpose of these rules—

            (a)        a “Medical Officer of Government” means—

            (i)         A Professor employed in the Medical College, or a Civil Surgeon holding charge of a district; or

            (ii)        “Civil Surgeon or Principal Medical Officer, Senior Medical Officer or Medical Officer, or Assistant Medical Officer of a Hospital or Dispensary, maintained by  Government, or a local body, or employed in any other capacity in an Institution under the control of the Punjab Government.”

            (iii)       an officer holding a special post declared as such by the Punjab Government.

            (b)        a “private person” means a person, other than a Government employee entitled to fee service;

            (c)        a  “private body” means an Institution having no concern with Government or any public body;

            (d)        a “public body” means an Institution financed by public funds such as a Municipality, Zila Parishad, or a like institution;

            (e)        “Duty” means official work done by an officer in connection with Government.

2.         The fees fixed  in these rules do not apply to work done in the ordinary course of duty and the acceptance of fees will be subject to the following conditions:-

            (a)        No work, or class of work involving the acceptance of fees may be undertaken on behalf of a private person, or body or public body, except with their knowledge and sanction, whether general or special, of the Government.

            (b)        In cases where the fee received by a medical officer is divisible between himself and Government, the total amount should first be paid into the Government treasury, the share of the medical officer being thereafter drawn on a refund bill,  In such cases, a complete record of the work done, and of the fees received should be kept by the medical officer who should also give a receipt to the person or persons from whom fees are charged.

Note:-  The above procedure will not apply to a fee for examination by a Medical Board for commutation of pension, three-fourths of which will be paid to the Medical Board in cash by the examinees.

            (c)        For Private, bacteriological, pathological and analytical work carried out in Government laboratories and the Chemical Examiner’s Department, 50 per cent of the fees shall be credited to Government, the remaining (50%)  being allowed to the officer of the Laboratory, or the Chemical Examiner, as the case may be, who may divide it with his assistants in such manner as he considers equitable.  No payment will, however, be made to officers from the sale-proceeds of those vaccines, which are used on a large scale for prophylactic purposes, for example, T.B. Cholera, influenza and plague vaccine.  The sale-proceeds from other vaccines will be divided between Government and the Bacteriologist in the ratio of 50 : 50 per cent.

            (d)        The rates shown in the rules are maximum which a medical officer will be free to reduce or remit if he is entitled to appropriate them to himself.  In cases where the fee is divisible between the Medical Officer and Government, the former may charge lower rates, in special cases, where he considers it necessary, either owing to the pecuniary circumstances of the patient, or for some other reason of public interest, and the share of Government will be calculated on the basis of the fee actually realised instead of the scheduled fee, provided that the approval of Government is obtained by a general or special order in this behalf.

3.         Services for which fees will be charged under these rules include the under mentioned:-

            (1)        Post-mortem and medico-legal examination performed not in the ordinary course of duty.

            (2)        Evidence in a court of law.

            (3)        Medical examination for postal insurance.

            (4)        Medical examination for commutation of pension.

            (5)        Medical examination of candidates for Government service.

            (6)        Service as Examiners in a University, or State Medical Faculty, of as a lecturer in institution.

            (7)        Private bacteriological examination.

            `Private tests and analyses conducted in the Chemical Examiner’s Department and in Public Analyst Laboratory in the Punjab.

            (9)        Medical opinion in arbitration cases under the Workmen’s Compensation Act.

4.         Post-mortem and medico-legal examination:

            (a)        No fee is leviable by Government Medical Officers, whether employed by Government or local bodies, for medico-legal work, including all post-mortems and medico-legal work, including all post-mortems and medico-legal examinations, performed on behalf of Government, and which fall within the scope of their regular duties.

            (b)        If a medical officer conducts post-mortem, or other medico-legal examination, not in the ordinary course of his duties (such as examination done for cases from other States) he will according to his rank be entitled to charge the following fee from the party concerned:-

Class of Officers                                   Post-mortem                Other medico-legal


                                                                        Rs.                                           Rs.

            (1) Civil Surgeon                                  16                                            10


            (2) Principal Medical Officer or

                 Senior Medical Officer                     16                                            10


            (3) Medical officer                                10                                            4

            (4) Assistant Medical Officer                ...                                             2


            (c)        If a Medical Officer examines a private medical-legal (non-cognisable) case, other than a post-mortem, in his capacity as a private medical practitioner, he will, according to his rank, be entitled to charge the following fee from the party concerned:-

(1)        Civil Surgeon                                        ...                     Rs.10

(2)        Principal Medical Officer, or                 ...                     Rs.10

            Senior Medical Officer 

(3)        Medical Officer                                    ...                     Rs.4

(4)        Assistant Medical Officer                      ...                     Rs.2


            (d)        Government Medical Officers, who are not in receipt of an allowance for doing railway work, are entitled to receive, from the Northern Railway, a fee of Rs.4 for the examination of injured railway passengers.  This examination will be conducted at the request of a railway authority, other than the railway police.

(5)        Evidence in court of law: (a) - If a Medical Officer is required to give evidence on the result of any examinations, falling under rule 4(b) and (c) above, he shall not be entitled to any further remuneration except the usual expenses admissible to a witness for traveling and diet.

            (b)        If a Medical Officer is summoned to give expert evidence in a Court of law, at the instance of private person or party, his attendance at court shall be regulated as follows:-

(i)         The officer may accept the fee within the limit prescribed in Annexure ‘C’ below with the sanction of the court concerned.  If however, in any individual case it is considered necessary by the court that a fee in excess of the prescribed limit should be allowed, this may be accepted with the specific sanction of Government in each case, which should be obtained through the Head of the Department in which the officer is serving.

(ii)        For the loss of the officer’s time, in the event of his attendance at the court, interfering with the performance of his  official duties, the appointment of the fees realised from private persons, or parties, between the Government and the Medical Officer will be in the ratio of 50 : 50.

            The share due to the Government should be paid into the treasury as far as possible by the body or the person paying the fee and credited as miscellaneous receipt under the head “080”—Medical—(d) other receipts—(2) Examination and Licence Fees” and the rest should be collected by the officer himself.

(iii)       The officer’s traveling and subsistence allowances shall be paid by the private person or party at whose instance he may be summoned.


Note:-(1)          An officer summoned, whether for prosecution or defence evidence in cases covered by rule I of Chapter 9-A of the High Court Rules and Orders, Volume III, will not be considered to have been summoned by or at the instance of a private person or party.

            (2)        The fees prescribed for medical men of different classes summoned as   expert witnesses are contained in Annexure ‘C’.

6.         Medical Examination for Postal Insurances: - The following fees are prescribed for the medical examination of Government employees for the purpose of insurance with a post office:-

            (1)        Civil Surgeon or Principal Medical Officer or Senior Medical Officer or such other Medical Officer as may be authorised for the purpose, or Medical Officer attached to Indian Mission abroad, for cases of insurance above Rs.2,000.....Rs.4.00.

            (2)        Medical graduate in Government or Municipal employee nearest to the place of duty of Government employee, for cases of insurance above Rs.1,000 but up to Rs.2,000....Rs.3.00.

            (3)        Medical Licentiate in Government or Municipal employ nearest to the place of duty of Government employee, for cases of insurance up to Rs.1,000....Rs.2.00.

7.         Medical examination for commutation of pension: - A Civil Surgeon or Principal Medical Officer is entitled to a fee of Rs.16 from an applicant for commutation of pension to be examined by him in accordance with the rules for the commutation of pensions.  If, however, the Civil Surgeon or Principal Medical Officer or any other Medical Officer of Government, acts as a member of the Medical Board or the Standing Invaliding Committee, such member will receive a share of Rs.4 from the fee of Rs.16 paid by an  applicant for his medical examination for commutation pension.


8.         Medical examination of candidates for Government Service:-A Medical Officer of Government is, when required to act as a member of the State Medical Board, entitled to a share of Rs.4 per candidate for examining candidates for appointment to All-India posts and special posts.


9.         Service as examiner in a University or of Medical Faculty or an lecturer in an institution: - Medical Officers of Government may receive fees or honoraria for superintending, conducting examinations, setting of question-papers and the examination of answer-papers of the University examination and examinations held under the Punjab State.  Medical Faculty, and also for delivering lecturers in an institution, the scale of fees thus charged will be such as the University, or the Faculty, or the institution concerned may, from time to time, fix.


10.       Private bacteriological and pathological examinations - Medical Officers of Government are permitted to charge fees for all bacteriological and pathological examinations, undertaken for private persons and institutions, at Government laboratories, where the levy of such fees has been sanctioned.  The rates are shown in Annexure A.


11.       Private tests and analysis conducted in the Chemical Examiner’s Department - The Chemical Examiner to Government Punjab, and his Assistants, are permitted to receive fees from other Governments, Municipalities, and private parties for chemical analysis and the like, as laid down in Annexure B to these rules.


11-A.   The Public Analyst, Punjab, is permitted to receive fees for analysis of samples of drugs of other Governments, Municipalities and private parties at the State Drugs Control Laboratory, as laid down against item No.6 in Annexure B to thee Rules, the fees so charged will be apportioned between Government and the Public Analyst, Punjab (including his staff) in the ratio of 50 : 50.


12.       The scale of fees given above and in the Annexure to these rules, is subject to such revision as may be considered necessary, from time to time, by the competent authority.


                                                            ANNEXURE   A

            Scales of charges for private Bacteriological Pathological work done at Government Laboratories.


Serial No.       Nature  of  work                                                         Rates of fee


Rs.6-00 if these are done together

1.         Haemoglobin estimation                                                            3-00                


2.         Total red cell count                                                                   6-00     

3.         Packed cell volume                                                                   6-00

4.         Size of R.B.C. (Halometer)                                                       3-00

5.         Frythcocyta Sedimentation rate                                                 6-00

6. (a)    Total white cell count                                                                6-00

    (b)    Differential leucocyte count                                                       6-00

    (c)    Total and different leucocyte count                                            6-00

7.         Blood Smear for haemoparasites                                               6-00

8.         Fragility of blood cells                                                               6-00

9.         Platelet count                                                                            6-00

10.       Retioulocyte count                                                                    6-00

11.       Sternel biopsy                                                                           6-00

12. (a)  Paul Bunnel test                                                                        6-00

      (b)   Paul Bunnel test after

             absorption with C. P. Tissue                                                    12-00

13.       Bleeding time                                                                            6-00

14.       Ceagulation time                                                                       6-00

15.       Wasserman reaction or any other

            Serological test for sypyillis such as Kain,

           Meinioke,V.D.R.I. Test, etc.(Blood or

           Cerebrospinal fluid)                                                                   18-00 each

16.       Determination of Rh. factor                                                       18-00

17.       Agglutination reaction (to any combination

            of organisms, i.e. salm, typhi, salm-pare

            Thyphi, Brucella, Proteus, etc.                                                   12-00

18.       Widal reaction (to a single Organism)                                          6-00

19.       Blood grouping                                                                         18-00

20.       Cold Agglutination                                                                    6-00

21.       Coomb’s test                                                                            12-00

22.       Examination for abnormal haemoglobin

            Bacteriological and other examinations                                      18-00

23.       Blood Culutre—Negative                                                         18-00

24.       Blood Culutre—Positive and

            identification or organisms                                                         30-00

25. (a)  Smear examination fir micro-organism                                       6-00

     (b)   Culutre examination for micro-organism                                    12-00

26.       Culutre examination of swabs for C                                           12-00 Smear Diphtheriae                                                                                                                                  examination of aids for C                                                                                                                                 Diphtheria Rs. 5


27.       Sterility test (Bacteriological)                                                     12-00

28.       Examination of Nasal swears for Leora

            bacilli                                                                                        6-00

 29.      (a)  Smear examination for acid test

            bacillin by ordinary or concent method                                      6-00

            (b) Culutre of tubercle bacilli                                                     18-00

30.       Examination of Urine:

            (a)        Clinical Qualiative [i.e. (1) Chemical                              3-00

                        and (2) physical]

            (b)        Microscopic                                                                 6-00

            (c )      Clinical quantitative (i.e. estimation of

                        Sugar, abbuman, urea, acetone, indican etc.)                 3-00

            (d)        Bacteriological examination (Culutre

                        With)                                                                            12-00

            (f)         Hippuric acid (qualitative)                                             18-00

            (g)        Mercury and evidence of other Metals              6-00 each metal

  31.     Examination of faces:

            (a)        Microscopic                                                                 6-00

            (b)        Bacteriological (Culutre)                                               12-00

            (c)        Both (a) and (b) combined                                            12-00

32.       Bacteriological examination of water

            each sample                                                                              18-00

33.       Bacteriological examination of disinfectants                                54-00

            (Ridal walker test)

34.       For curding blood with B acidophillis                                         6-00


35.       For supplying one tube of sub culture                                        2-00

            of B.Acidophills bulgaricus

36.       Examination of Cerebrospinal fluid pleural                                 6-00

            fluid vomit and other pathological fluids

            (a)        Microscopic                                                                 6-00

            (b)        bacteriological culture                                                   12-00

37.       (a)        Drug Sensitivity test against one                                     12-00   organism (by disc method)

                                                                                                            (one to four drugs)

            (b)        Drug Sensitivity test                                                      18-00 (above four drugs)

38        Inoculations small animals (Guinae pits,                                      18-00

            rabbits) for diagnostic purpose (Tuberculosis etc.)

39.       Preparation of special autogenous vaccine :

            (a)        By use of ordinary media                                              18-00

            (b)        Where special complicated work is                               39-00

                        necessary involving animal experiment

            (c)        for each dose of vaccine supplied                                  2-00

40        Pus, sputum and scrapings for fungs

           (a)         Smear examination                                                       6-00

           (b)         Culutre                                                                         12-00

41.           Scrapings from ulcers, blood

        :       and bone marrow material, etc.

                for L.D. bodies other haemofegallates

            and parasite :

            (a)        Culutre                                                                         12-00

            (b)        Smear examination                                                        6-00


            III  Miscellaneous  Examinations

42.       Friendman test or any other                                                       18-00 each

            biological test for pregnancy

43.       Semen examination :

            (a)        Microsopic                                                                   6-00

            (b)        Count of Spermatozoa                                                  6-00

            (c)        both methods combined                                                10-00

44.       Examination for spirochaetes (Trepellidum

            etc) :

            (a)        Straining                                                                       6-00

            (b)        Dark ground illumination                                               6-00

            (c)        Both methods combined                                               10-00

45.       Vaginal Smear for spermatozoa                                                 6-00

46.       (a)        Mantoux test casoni’s test or

                        feri’s test (if done with one dilution)                               12-00

            (b)        Mantoux test if done with more than                              18-00

                        one dilution


47.       Histopathological examination of morbid                                    18-00


48.       Bonemarrow smear and fluids for malignant,                              18-00


            By staining only                                                                         6-00


            By making paraffin block                                                          18-00

            Biochemist Examinations


49.       Sugar (One estimation)                                                             12-00

50.       Creatining                                                                                 18-00

51.       Creatine                                                                                   18-00

52.       Uric Acid                                                                                 18-00

53.       Chlorides                                                                                  12-00

54.       Urea                                                                                         12-00

55.       Parathrombin time                                                                     12.00  

56.(a)  Cango reddye test (Qualitative)                                                  12.00

56.       Bleeding time                                                                            6.00   

57.       Coagulation time                                                                       6.00

58.       Amylase                                                                                   12.00

59.       Vanden berag Reaction qualitative                                             6.00

60.       Quantitative(Bilirubin)                                                               12.00

61.       Cephalin Cholesterol Flocoulation test                                       12.00

62.       Thymol Cholesterol Flocoulation                                               12.00

63.       Total cholesterol                                                                       18.00

64.       Total and ester Cholesterol                                                       30.00

65.       Inorganic phosphate                                                                  18.00

66.       Alkaline phosphate                                                                   18.00

67.       Acip phosphate                                                                        18.00

68.       Sodium                                                                                     18.00

69.       Potassium                                                                                 18.00

70.(i)   Calcium                                                                                     18.00

     (ii)   Calssium balance                                                                      30.00

71.       Total proteins                                                                           12.00

72.       Albumin                                                                                    12.00

73.       Total and differential proteins,                                                   24.00

            This includes globumin

74.       Non-protein nitrogen                                                                12.00

75.       Formelgel test for Kala Azar                                                     12.00

76.       Antimony test for Kala Azar                                                        6.00

77.       Globulin test for Kala azar                                                         30.00

            Urine Examination

78.       Kateosteroids                                                                           30.00

79.       Calcium quantitative                                                                  18.00

80.       Chlorides quantitative                                                                12.00

81.       Urea quantitative                                                                          3.00

82.       Urinary diastase quantitative                                                      12.00

83.       Ammonia                                                                                  12.00

84.       Aminoacids                                                                              12.00

85.       Uric Acid                                                                                 18.00

86.       Bence Jones Proteins (Qualitative)                                               3.00

87.       Spectyroscopic tests for haemoglobin etc.                                    3.00


88.       Prophyrim quantitative                                                                 6.00 

89        Phosphate                                                                                12.00




Total proteins quantitative

12.00-If all these tests             are done



12.00- together

            the fee is


Sugar quantitative

12.00- Rs. 20



Globulin quantitative


94.       Lange’s colloidalgold test Pathological fluids                              18.00

            (Pleural fluid,vomit,as citric fluid,etc.)

95.       Chemical (Proteins) Gastric Analysis                                            6.00

96.       Gastric Analysis (7 samples)                                                     39.00

            test for total and free activity(quantitative)                                  12.00

            and for bileblood mucus and starch (quantitative)                       12.00


97        Total fats                                                                                  18.00

98.       Split and unsplitting                                                                   24.00

99.       Occult blood (qualitative)                                                             3.00

100.     Stereoblin (qualitative)                                                                 3.00

101.     Trypsin estimation                                                                     18.00


102.     Urinary Stones                                                                          12.00

103.     Gall stones                                                                                12.00

104.     Calculi (other)                                                                           24.00


106.     Sugar Tolerance test (5 specimens of blood                               37.00

            and urine)

107.     Blood alkali reserve                                                                  18.00

108.     Sulphate , thicocyanants, iron lecithin lipase                               12.00

            vitamins, drugs,etc.

109.     Renal dye test                                                                           12.00

110.     Sex hormones                                                                           36.00

111.     Semen citric acid ,fructose and other                                         12.00

            quantitative examinations          

112.     Sulkowitch test for calcium (quantitative)                                     3.00

113.     Arsenic (hair and nails etc.)                                                         6.00

114.     Urea concentration test                                                             12.00

115.     Urea clearence test                                                                   18.00

116.     Thiamine Hydrochlorides                                                          24.00

117      Trysin                                                                                       12.00

118      Fractionation of plasma proteins by                                           18.00

            electrophoresis                                                                         18.00

119.     Recogination of substances in body fluids

            by chromatographic methods

120.     Vit.12 estimation in blood or urine                                             37.00

            Physiology Department

121.     Estimates of Basal , Matabolic Rate                                          24.00

122.     Thrombo-plastin-Genstration test                                              24.00

123.     Prothrombin Consumption test                                                  24.00

124.     Estimation of Factor V                                                              12.00

125.     Estimation of Factor      VII                                                       12.00

126.     Permenery                                                                                12.00

127.     Pulmonery function (both ordinary and                                      12.00


        (a) Ordinary                                                                                 12.00

        (b) Complimentary                                                                        14.00

128.     Alkali reserve                                                                           24.00

129.     Reaction of degeneration                                                           12.00

130.     Serum gluamic phruvic transminass                                            18.00

131.     Serum clutamic exaclacetict, transminese                                   18.00

132.     L. E. Cell                                                                                  12.00

133.     Thrombin Generation test                                                          12.00

134.     Estimation  of Fibrinegen                                                           12.00

135.     Protein Bound Iodine                                                                18.00

136.     Lactic dehydrogenase                                                               18.00

137.     Lipid Phosphates                                                                      12.00

138.     Serum Iron                                                                               12.00

139.     Serum Copper                                                                          12.00

140.     Blood pyruvic acid                                                                    18.00


                                    Apportionment of fees

            Government share                     ...                     50 per cent

            Medical Officer                        ...                     50 per cent

            Autovaccine                             ...                     50 per cent ‘Government share’

            Tuberculin                                ...                     100 per cent ‘Government share’

Note 1:-           The following laboratory Investigations of the inmates of the Institution named Nari Niketan, Amritsar by the Bacteriologist to Government, Punjab shall be carried out free of charges:


            1.         V.D.R.L. Test                          4 tests in week

            2.         Haemogran                               2 tests in week

            3.         B.S.R.                                      2 tests in week

            4.         Urine                                        4 tests in week

            5.         Stools                                       2 tests in week

            6.         Chemical smears                       2 slides a week



            Scale of fees which the Chemical Examiner may receive from other Governments, Municipalities and private parties for analysis



Nature of work

Rates of fees (Rs.)


Qualitative test for some specified constituent for which such test exists

10 to 20


For each additional constituent  to be tested



Quantitative determination of some specified constituent for property in a qualitative test

15 to 30


Each additional quantitative determination on the same sample

5 to 30


Examination of poisons—

for the first article

for each subsequent article





Examination of stains for the presence of blood—

for the first article

for each subsequent article





Examination of stains for the presence of semens—

for the first article

for each additional article







For examination of drugs according to B.P.—

Qualitative test only


For each additional determination


40 for the States and 50 for the Distillery



For the determination of saponification value, the acid value, the iodine value, the refractive index of the density of oil or fat



For each additional determination



For the determination of the flash point an oil with Abel’s close tests—

Up to 209 F

For higher temperatures






Examination of water for boiler or other technical purposes

20 to 40


Comparative tests of ink per sample



Soils (Chemical analysis of)



Manures (Chemical analysis of)



Organic analysis of grains, etc.



Medico-legal cases



Malt liquors



Potable water



Mineral oils lubricating complete

30 to 40


Vegetable oils, complete

Vegetable oils with calorific value




Paints, complete



Dry colours and pigments



Mineral ores, quantitative



Tallow and other sizing material



(a) Coal approximate analysis



Oil-cakes complete with caster seeds



Oil-cakes, oil, albuminoid and sand

Oil-cakes for nitrogen only

Oil-cakes oil and albuminoids





Bone meals (manures)

Bone meals for nitrogen only




Manganese ore, commercial analysis

Manganese only




Lime cements, chemical analysis



Soap, complete



Alloys per constituent



Textiles, complete



Sulphate of alumina and other chemicals



Spirits and wines



Raw Sugar



Soils (Practical analysis of)



Manures (Practical analysis of)



Tan barks







                        Government                                                      40 per cent

                        Chemical Examiner and his Assistants    60 per cent

                                                            ANNEXURE   C

Scale of fees prescribed for a medical men of different classes, summoned as an expert witnesses





Class of Medical Officer

For giving evidence in a criminal case in a station where he resides

For giving evidence in a station other than the one in which he ordinarily resides

Civil Surgeon, Principal Medical Officer, Senior Medical Officer or Medical Officer of Equivalent standing


16 to 50

Rs.16 to 50 per diem plus traveling allowance at tour rates

Medical Officer

10 to 25

Rs.10 to 25 per diem plus traveling allowance at tour rates

Assistant Medical Officer

4 to 10

Rs.4 to 10 per diem plus traveling allowance at tour rates



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