GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

The Punjab Civil Services Rules

VOLUME III

 

TRAVELLING  ALLOWANCE  RULES

 

Forth Edition

Corrected upto 31st March 1984

 

Issued by the Authority of Punjab, Department of Finance

Chandigarh

 

PREFACE TO THE FORTH EDITION

 

            The fourth edition of the Punjab Civil Services Rules, Volume III incorporates all amendments made up to the 31st March 1984.

2.         Suggestions for making corrections and improvements may kindly be forwarded to the Department of Finance.

 

Dated Chandigarh

the 2nd May, 1984

G. BALAKRISHAN,

Secretary to the Government of Punjab,

                                    Department of Finance.

 

 

PREFACE  TO  THE  SECOND  EDITION

 

            This brings the compilation up-to-date.  It incorporates correction slips Nos.  1 to 58 and Amendments 1-12 of 1965, issued to the First Edition (Second Reprint) and is printed to meet further demand for copies of these Rules.

 

            It is requested that any errors or omissions found in this Volume may kindly be brought to the notice of Heads of Departments, who will please submit their proposals to the Finance Department through Administrative Department concerned.

                                                                          K. S. NARANTG

                                                Secretary to Government, Punjab,

                                                                        Finance Department.

 

 

PREFACE  TO  THE  THIRD  EDITION

 

            This is an up-to-date compilation of the Punjab Civil Services Rules Volume III.  All the corrections and amendments made to the various Rules upto 1st October, 1976 have been incorporated in it.  The material, which had become obsolete with the message of time has been omitted, rules have been retionalised and consequential changes, where required due to (a) Re-organisation of Punjab, (b) upon the redesignation of the some posts, (c) revision of pay-scales and (d) reclassification of railway accommodation as a result of the abolition of III Class railway accommodation have been suitably incorporated.

 

2.                  Suggestions for making this edition more useful, for corrections of errors and rectifying of omissions, if any, may be sent to the Finance Department.

 

S.P. BAGLA

Commissioner for finance and

Secretary to Government, Punjab

 Finance Department.

 

CONTENTS

 

                        CHAPTER 1

Rules

Definitions

1.1

     CHAPTER 2

Travelling Allowance Rules

2.1

            Section I- General

2.1

            Section II-Permanent travelling allowance

2.5

            Section III-Conveyance and horse allowances

2.11

            Section IV-Grades of Government employees for road mileage

2.15

            Section V-Daily and mileage allowances-

 

                        (i)         General

2.18

                        (ii)        Rates of Daily and mileage allowances

2.24

                        (iii)       Higher rates for expensive localities

2.27

                        (iv)       Mileage for journey by air

2.30

            Section VI-Actual expenses

2.33

            Section VII-Journeys on tour

 

                        (i)         General Rules

2.35

                        (ii)        Daily allowance on tour

2.40

(iii)       Mileage allowance and actual expense in

place of, or in addition to daily allowance on tour.

2.43

(iv)       Travelling allowance admissible for journeys and halts within 8 km. Of headquarters

2.50

            Section VIII-Journeys to join a first appointment

2.53

            Section IX-Journeys on transfer

2.57

            Section X-Journeys to a hill station

2.69

            Section XI-Journey to a station other than hill station

2.72

            Section XII-Journey to attend to an examination

2.73

            Section XIII-Journey when proceeding on or returning from leave or while under suspension

2.75

            Section XIV-Journeys by the Family of a Government employee on his death

2.79

            Section XV-Journey on retirement

2.80

            Section XVI-Journey to give evidence or to attend a court of law as Assessor or Juror

2.81

            Section XVII-Journey on course of training

2.88

            Section XVIII-Journey in connection with duty for Local Funds

2.90

            Section XIX-Travelling Allowance admissible when means of Transport are supplied without cost to the Government employee travelling

 

                        (i) Journeys by railway

2.91

                        (ii) Journeys by sea or river steamer

2.96

                        (iii) Journeys by air

2.98

                        (iv) Other journeys by other means

2.100

Method of Calculating Allowance

            Section XX-Government employees in military employ

2.106

            Section XXI-Control over travelling allowance bills

2.107

Chapter 3

Authorities which exercise the powers of a competent

authority under the various travelling Allowance Rules.

APPENDIX – A

Rules governing travelling allowance of Ministers, Speaker and the Deputy Speaker of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha Honorary Magistrates, persons attending commissions of enquiry, Honorary Aides-de-Camp to the Governor, Deputy Minister, etc.  The Punjab  Legislative Assembly (Allowances of Members) Rules.

APPENDIX - B

List of posts carrying Conveyance and Horse Allowances

APPENDIX – C

List of posts carrying Conveyance and Horse Allowances

APPENDIX –D

List of points specially fixed at which journey is held to begin or end

APPENDIX –E

List of Government employees not entitled to travelling allowance for journeys on tour, within their sphere of duty, except for journeys by rail or steamer

APPENDIX –F

List of Government employees and establishments exempted from Operation of rule 242 on the understanding that maintain camp equipage

APPENDIX –G

List of posts in which the possession of a conveyance or horse is advantageous for

APPENDIX –H

Rates for free transport by road of personnel effects of a Government Employee on transfer

APPENDIX –J

Omitted

APPENDIX –K

Omitted

APPENDIX –L

Travelling allowance to Government employees or students not already in Government service selected to undergo a course of training

APPENDIX –M

Omitted

APPENDIX –N

Scale of camp equipment, servants, horses motorcars, etc. Prescribed in lieu of daily allowance under rule

APPENDIX –O

Travelling allowance to Government employees directed to perform a journey in the interest of the public service for any purpose not specified in rule

APPENDIX –P

Travelling allowance to Parliamentary Secretaries

APPENDIX –Q

High Court Judges Travelling Allowance Rules

APPENDIX –R

Government of India Rates of Daily Allowance of Central Govt. Employees

                                                                                               

THE PUNJAB CIVIL SERVICES RULES

VOLUME III

TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE RULES

 
CHAPTER 1 – DEFINITIONS

 

1.1       (a) Except as provided in clause (b) below and unless there is any thing repugnant in the subject or context, the terms defined in Chapter II of Volume I(Part) of these Rules have the same meaning and implications when used in this Volume.

 

            (b) The term ‘Head of Department’ as used in this Volume means the authority shown in Appendix to the Punjab Budget Manual in respect of the Government employees whose pay is debited to the corresponding head of account in the Appendix, with the following exceptions: -

 

(1)               The Governor is Head of Department with respect to him self and his personal staff.

 

(2)               Commissioners are Head of Departments with respect to the Government employees whose pay is debited to the group heads “Commissioners” and “District Administration”.   Commissioners are also heads of Departments with respect to Government employees whose pay is debited to the head “239. –Land Revenue (b) Survey and Settlement Operations” for purposes of note 1 below rule 2.20.

(3)               Deputy Commissioners are Heads of Departments with respect to Potedars who accompany remittances for purposes of the exercise of posers under serial No. 13 of the table in Chapter 3 of these Rules and with respect to the I.A.S. and P.C.S. Officers serving under them in the matter of performance of journey beyond their sphere of duty for attending courts as witnesses in their official capacity.

 

(4)               A competent authority may appoint any other authority to exercise the powers of a Head of Department.

 

CHAPTER - 2

TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE RULES

SECTION 1 –GENERAL

 

General Rules.

 

2.1.      The following are the different kinds of travelling allowances which may be drawn in different circumstances by Government employees: -

(a)                Permanent travelling allowance.

(b)               Conveyance and horse allowance.

(c)                Mileage allowance.

(d)               Daily allowance.

(e)                The actual cost of travelling.

 

The nature of these allowances and the method of calculating them are explained in the subsequent Sections.

 

Note:    The term “mileage allowance” wherever used will have reference to allowance admissible for a kilometre.

 

2.2                          Travelling allowance calculated with reference to the purpose of the journey: The Travelling allowance admissible to a Government employee for any journey is calculated with reference to the purpose of the journey in accordance with the rules laid down in Section VII to XX.

 

            A competent authority may direct a Government employee to perform a journey in the interest of the public service for any purpose not specified in these rules.  The travelling allowance in such a case will be that admissible for a journey on tour, unless a special rate is sanctioned by a competent authority.

 

            Note: A list of special orders passed under this rule is given in Appendix O.

2.3       Recovery of cost of transporting Personal luggage, etc. - Unless in any case it be otherwise expressly provided in these Rules, a government employee making a journey for a y purpose is not entitled to recover from Government the cost of transporting his family, servants, personal luggage, conveyance, tents and camp equipage.

 

2.4       Revision of travelling allowance due to promotion or reversion - A Government employee’s claims to travelling allowance should be regulated by the Rules in force at the time the journeys in respect of which they are made, are undertaken.  The travelling allowance of a Government employee, who is promoted or reverted or is granted an increased rate of pay with retrospective effect, should not be revised in respect of the period intervening between the date of the promotion or reversion or grant of increased rate of pay and that on which it is notified, except where the notification implies a change of duties.

 

In the case of all bills audited before the notification appears, the audit officer should be guided by the facts officially known at the time, but in the case of travelling allowance bills not presented or audited before the promotion is gazetted, there is no objection to the audit office recognising the retrospective effect of the notification.

 

 

SECTION II –PERMANENT TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE

 

2.5              Condition of grant - A permanent monthly travelling allowance may be granted by a competent authority to any Government employee whose duties require him to travel extensively.  Such an allowance is granted in lieu of all other forms of travelling allowance for journeys within Government employee’s sphere of duty and is drawn all the years round, whether the Government employee is absent from his headquarters or not.  The allowance is calculated so as not to exceed the average amount which would be drawn under rules 2.40 to 2.49 in sub-sections (ii) and (iii) of Section VII by a Government employee of the same grade.  The authority granting the allowance may attach to it the condition of a horse or conveyance being maintained.

 

Note: A list of permanent monthly travelling allowances is given in Appendix B.

 

2.6       In order to prevent permanent travelling allowance being turned into a source of profit, a controlling officer may in any month reduce the amount of allowance if, in his opinion, a Government employee is neglecting the due performance of the duties for which he receives the allowance.  This poser should be used with due regard to the fact that the allowance is based on an average of the whole year, and, therefore, the allowance should not be reduced with reference to touring done in any single month but on evidence of habitual neglect of touring and after the Government employee has been warned.  If the condition is attached that a conveyance should be maintained, controlling officers should also from time to time satisfy themselves that this is fulfilled.  All bills for fixed travelling allowance mentioned in Appendix B which are specifically subject to a horse or other means of conveyance being actually kept, must be supported by a certificate to the effect that the horse or other means of conveyance in respect of which allowance is claimed, is his own property and was maintained at the station of duty during the period from.......to .......... for which fixed travelling allowance is claimed.

 

Note:   If the means of conveyance ceases to be actually kept, it shall be replaced within one month or the fixed travelling allowance shall cease to be drawn with effect form the date on which the means of conveyance ceased to be kept provided that if the prescribed conveyance is a horse or pony the period for replacement may, with the sanction of the Controlling Officer, be extended to two months.

 

2.7       When inadmissible - A permanent travelling allowance may not be drawn during joining time, or unless in any case it be otherwise expressly provided in these Rules, during any period for which travelling allowance of any other kind is drawn.  The  extent to which it can be drawn during leave is Government by Rules contained in Chapter V of volume I (Part I) of these Rules.  For periods of temporary duty, it can be drawn with the sanction of competent authority duty, it can be drawn with the sanction of competent authority. 

 

Note 1-Zilladars in the Public Works Department, Irrigation Branch, deputed to undergo a course of training at the Agricultural College or required to undergo training in the work of Kanungo or Naib-Tahsildar and Naib-Zilladars who are Zilladar candidates, when deputed to undergo training in the Civil Department may draw the permanent travelling allowance during the course of their training. Provided they actually maintain conveyances, and the authority sanctioning the deputation certifies that on the expiry which the allowance is attached.

 

Note 2 (i) Excise and Taxation Inspectors in receipt of permanent travelling allowance on the condition of maintaining a horse when deputed to undergo a course of training at any of the distilleries or breweries, may draw their permanent travelling allowance during the course of their training they are likely to return to posts to which the allowance is attached. 

 

(a)    the period of training does not in any one case exceed three months without the previous sanction of Government;

 

(b)   the Deputy Excise and Taxation Commissioner, certifies that the Inspector maintained a house during the period of training and

 

(c)    the certificate of the likelihood of the Inspector to return to post to which the allowance is attached is recorded in the original orders of his being placed on training.

 

(ii) Other Excise and Taxation Inspectors will not, however, be allowed to draw permanent travelling allowance while under such training.  They may draw travelling allowance at tour rates for journeys performed for joining and leaving the place of training plus halting allowance at the rate of Rs. 30 per mensem: provided that the period of training does not in any one case exceed three months without the previous sanction of Government.

 

Note 3-When permanent travelling allowance is subject to the condition of keeping a horse or other animal, it may be drawn during joining time provided: -

 

(a)                the horse or other animal was maintained in the post from which the Government employee concerned is transferred and is actually maintained during joining time; and

(b)               the Government employee proceeds to join a post in which the maintenance of such horse, or other animal is necessary for the proper discharge of his duties.

 

If the rate of permanent travelling allowance in the new post differs from that attached to the old post, the lower of the two rates will be admissible during joining time.

 

2.8.            Combination of posts.           

 

When a Government employee holds, either substantively or in an officiating capacity, t2o or more posts to each of which a permanent travelling allowance is attached, he may be granted such permanent travelling allowance not exceeding the total of all the allowances, as the competent authority may consider to be necessary in order to cover the travelling expenses which he has to incur.

 

2.9.      Travelling allowance in Addition to or in addition to or in exchange for permanent Travelling allowance - A Government employee in receipt of permanent travelling allowance may be not draw any other travelling allowance in place of, or in addition to permanent travelling allowance, provided that a competent authority may permit:

 

(1)               a Government employee or class of Government employee to draw, in addition to permanent travelling allowance, single fare for a journey by rail;

 

(2)               by general or special orders, a Government employ whose sphere of duty extends beyond the limits of a single district to draw, in addition to permanent travelling allowance, whenever his actual travelling expenses for a duly authorized journey by public conveying exceed double the amount of his permanent travelling allowance for the period occupied in such journey, the difference between such double permanent travelling allowance and the mileage allowance calculated for the journey.

 

(3)               by general or special orders, a Government employee to draw, in addition to permanent travelling allowance, mileage by rail for a journey expressly authorised by a specified authority;

 

(4)               by special or general orders, a Government employee or class of Government employees, to draw in addition to or in lieu of permanent travelling allowance mileage by road or actual expenses for a journey expressly authorised by a specified authority.  Such order will be given only in very exceptional circumstances when there is clear proof that the permanent travelling allowance was not intended to cover the particular journey for which the concession is asked.

 

2.10.    Mileage allowance in Addition to permanent Travelling allowance - When a Government employee in receipt of permanent travelling allowance, travels on duty with proper sanction, beyond his sphere of duty, he may draw (a) mileage allowance by rail for the whole journey, and (b) mileage by road for such portion of journey, including such part of it as is within his sphere of duty, as is in excess of 32 kilometers.  This rule does not apply to a Government employee who travels beyond his sphere of duty in the course of journey from one place within that sphere to another such place.  In addition, he may draw permanent travelling allowance for any day of his absence for which no mileage allowance is drawn.

 

SECTION III – CONVEYANCE AND HORSE ALLOWANCES

 

2.11.        Conditions of - A competent authority may grant, on such conditions as it thins fit to impose, a monthly conveyance or horse allowance to any Government employee who is required to travel extensively at or within a short distance from his headquarters under conditions which do not render him eligible for daily allowance.  Where circumstances require it, a competent authority may grant a daily conveyance allowance under this rule. 

 

Note 1 - A list of monthly conveyance and horse allowances is given in Appendix C.

 

Note 2-The pay of a Government employee is supposed to include the cost of upkeep of such means of conveyance as are necessary for his ordinary duties and the same is in accordance with his official status.  Therefore, only in few exceptional cases, should the claim for a conveyance allowance be admitted.  After conveyance allowance has been granted, it is not necessary to enquire in employee moves about adequately in the discharge of his duties and fulfils the conditions imposed by the competent authority while sanctioning the conveyance allowance.

 

2.12 - When drawn - Except as otherwise provided in these Rules or in Appendix C and unless the authority sanctioning it otherwise directs, a conveyance or horse allowance is drawn all the year round, and is not forfeited during absence form headquarters and may be drawn in addition to any other travelling allowance admissible under the Rules: -

 

            Provided that the T.A. of a Government employee who is in receipt of a conveyance allowance specifically granted for the upkeep of a motor car or motor cycle, for the journeys beyond a radius of 8 kilometres from headquarters , shall be regulated as under: -

(a)                if performed by railway, conveyance allowance may be drawn in addition to T.A.(daily allowance or railway mileage) that may be admissible;

 

(b)               if performed by road, only the conveyance allowance will be admissible but the Government employees may at his option exchange it (at the rate of 1/30the for each day) for any T.A. (daily allowance or road mileage) that may be admissible to him under the Rules;

 

(c)                if performed partly by rail and partly by road, conveyance allowance may be drawn in addition to T.A.(daily allowance or railway mileage) but the officer may at his option draw railway mileage end exchange the conveyance allowance (at the rate of 1/30th for each day) for road mileage or daily allowance that may be admissible to him under the Rules, and

 

(d)               if performed by Government employee will have the option either not to claim any T.A.or to claim daily allowance admissible for journeys by Government vehicles under rule 2.100 and 2.105 after deducting 1/30the of his conveyance allowance.

 

Note 1-It is open to the controlling officers to reduce the conveyance allowance in any month if the Government employee appears to be neglecting the duties for the performance of which the allowance was granted and in so doing they should bear in mind the conditions mentioned in rule 2.6.

 

Note 2-The amount of a conveyance allowance other than an allowance for the maintenance of a horse, pony or camel, drawn by an officer permitted to recess in a hill station shall be reduced by one half during every period spent in recess.

 

            A conveyance or horse allowance may be drawn during joining time if (a) the conveyance or horse was maintained in the post from which the Government employee concerned is transferred and is actually maintained during joining time, and (b) the Government employee concerned proceeds to join a post in which the maintenance of such conveyance or horse is necessary for the proper discharge of his duties.  Its drawl during leave is governed by Rules contained in Chapter V of Volume I (Part I) of these Rules.  During joining time granted after leave, the grant of conveyance or horse allowance will be subject to the condition that it was admissible and drawn during leave.  A conveyance or horse allowance can only be drawn for periods of temporary duty, other than in a post for which it has been sanctioned when ordered by the competent authority.

 

2.13.    During leave or journey time: - A conveyance or horse allowance may be drawn during joining time if (a) the conveyance &horse was maintained in the post from which the Government employee concerned is transferred and is actually maintained during joining time, and (b) the Government employee concerned proceeds to join a post in which the maintenance of such conveyance or horse is necessary for the proper discharge of his duties.  Its drawl during leave is governed by Rules contained in Chapter V of Volume I (Part I) of these Rules.  During joining time granted after leave, the grant of conveyance or horse allowance will be subject to the condition that it was admissible and drawn during leave.  A conveyance or horse allowance can only be drawn for periods of temporary duty, other than in a post for which it has been sanctioned when ordered by the competent authority.

 

Note 1-A portion not exceeding Rs.25 of an allowance, granted on condition that a motor car or motor cycle is maintained, may be drawn during joining time if the Government employee certifies that he continued to maintain the vehicle, that the amount claimed was spent by him on garage hire or wages to staff or both for the period for which the amount is claimed and that the vehicle was not during that period in use by any body.

 

Note 2-A conveyance allowance to which the condition of maintaining a cycle is attached, will not be drawn during joining time as no expense is incurred on the maintenance of a cycle when not in use.

 

Note 3-No allowance shall be drawn for Head Constables and Constables sick or on leave, except to meet expenditure actually incurred on the4 feeding shoeing and maintenance of the animals and for Chanda Subscriptions for the period of absence of the men concerned.

 

Note 4-Mounted Police Officers proceeding on earned leave not exceeding 120 days or undergoing promotion curses at the Police Training School, Phillaur, and Sub Inspectors when posted to the mobile patrols, who are in possession of horses or camels shall hand over their mounts to the Lines Office or the Officer in charge of the Mounted Police who shall be responsible for the feeding and Keeping of such animals under the supervision of a Gazetted Officer.  No conveyance allowance shall be drawn for them for the period of their absence on leave or training at the Police Training School, Phillaur and in the case of Sub Inspectors when posted to the Mobile Patrol except to meet expenditure actually incurred on the feeding, shoeing and maintenance of animals which should in no case exceed the conveyance allowance admissible in each case.  The accounts shall be kept in the relevant form prescribed in the Police Rules, Such horses and camels shall be looked after and may be used for instruction duty by mounted upper subordinates under orders of the Gazetted Officer in supervisory charge;  In the such cases, responsibility for loss or injury by misconduct or neglect shall rest with the officer so ordered to look after or use the animal provided that no policeman shall be held responsible for more than one animal at a time.  Where however, adequate accommodation for horses and syces is not available in the Police Lines the Superintendent of Police may authorise such Officers to make their own arrangements for the care and maintenance of animals and draw the prescribed conveyance allowance admissible to each of tem.  Assistant Sub-Inspectors are not mounted Police Officers and exempted from the4 operation of this rule.

           

Note 5-Subordinates of the Public Works Department, Buildings and Roads and Irrigation Branches, deputed to attend the reinforced concrete class at the Government School of Engineering may draw the conveyance allowance during the course of their training; provided they actually maintain conveyance, and the authority sanctioning the deputation certifies that on the expiry of the period of training the subordinates are likely to return to posts to which the conveyance allowance is attached.

 

2.14.    All conveyance allowance allowances are except where otherwise specifically exempted in Appendix C, subject to the means of conveyance being actually kept and a certificate to the effect that the conveyance in respect of which allowance is claimed is his own property, and was maintained at the station of duty during the period from ... to ... must be attached to each on which the allowance is drawn.

 

Note:   If the means of conveyance ceases to be actually kept, it shall be replaced within one month or the conveyance allowance shall cease to be drawn with effect from the date on which the means of conveyance ceased to be kept; provided that if the prescribed conveyance is a horse, came, or pony, the period for replacement may, with the sanction of the controlling officer, be extended to two months.

 

 

SECTION IV – GRADES OF GOVENMENT EMPLOYEES

 

2.15.        Government employees are divided into four grades as follows: -

 

(1)               First Grade includes all Government employees in receipt of actually pay of Rs.5, 000 per mensem and above

(2)               Second Grade includes all Government employees in receipt of actual pay of Rs. 3, 000 per mensem and above but less than Rs. 5, 000 per mensem;

(3)               Third Grade includes all Government employees in receipt of actual pay of Rs. 2, 000 per mensem and above but less than Rs. 3, 000 per mensem;

(4)               Fourth Grade includes all Government employees in receipt of actual pay of Rs1,500 per mensem and above but less than Rs. 2, 000 per mensem;

(5)               Fifth Grade includes all Government employees in receipt of actual pay of Rs. 1, 200 per mensem and above but less than Rs. 1, 500 per mensem;

(6)               Sixth Grade includes all Government employees in receipt of actual pay of  below Rs. 1, 200 per mensem.”

 

Note 1 -The expression “actual pay” includes all emoluments drawn under rule 2.44 (a) (i) (ii) and (iii) of the Punjab Civil Services Rules, Volume I(Part I).

 

Note 2 -For the purpose of travelling allowance, the classification of an officiating Government employee who has no substantive appointment under Government should be regulated by his pay.  When an officer who has a substantive appointment officers in an other appointment, his officiating appointment is alone taken into account in determining the rate of travelling allowance admissible to him.

 

Note3 -The grade to which a retired Government employee belongs on his re-employment shall be determined as under: -

 

(i)                  Where the pension is held in abeyance during the period of re-employment, the grade of the re-employed pensioner shall be determined in accordance with the pay actually received from time to time.

(ii)                Where the pension is allowed to be drawn in addition to pay, excepting a re-employed Military or civil pensioner appointed to a civil post whose pay is fixed in disregard to Military or civil pension as noted under Note I below rule 7.20 and 7.18 of Punjab Civil Services Rules, Volume II in whose case the re-employed pensioner shall, for purposes of this rule, be deemed to be in receipt of actual pay equivalent to his re-employed pay plus the pension, subject to the provision that if the sum of such pay plus pension, exceeds the pay of the post, if it is on a fixed rate of pay, or the maximum pay of the post, if it is on a time scale of pay, such excess shall be ignored.  For this purpose, the amount of pension to be taken into account will be the amount originally sanctioned i.e. before commutation, if any, and will also include the pension equivalent of death-cum-retirement gratuity, if any.

 

Note 4-In the case of Government employee drawing a rupee rate of pay plus Sterling Overseas Pay payable in England the term “pay” shall be held to include the rupee rate of pay plus Sterling Overseas Pay converted at 5.27 new pence to the rupee or the rate in force from time to time.

 

2.16.    Government employees in transit from one post to another - In the case of a Government employee in transit from one post to another, would rank in the grade to which the lower of the two posts would entitled him.

 

2.17     Part Government Employees, etc. - A Government employee whose whole time is not retained for the public service, or who is remunerated wholly or partly by fees, ranks in such grade as a competent authority may declare.

The following part-time Government employees are included in the grades shown against each: -

(1)             Assistant to the Advocate-General                     Grade I

(2)             Assistant Legal Remembrancer                          Grade I

(3)             Administrator-General and Official Trustee         Grade II

(4)             Departmental Sub-Registrars                             Grade II

(5)             Chairmen and members of debt Conciliation                  

Boards constituted under the Relief

                        and Indebtedness Act.                                      Grade II

           

(6)         Government Pleaders and Public                                  

 Prosecutors are included in the

appropriate grades according to

their pay, as if they  were

whole time Government employees.                 

 

 

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