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        KEB Employees Service
             Regulations




C.Narayana Swamy,
M.Com., MBA (Finance)
Manager (Enquiries-2),
KPTCL,Bangalore.
KEB Employees Service Regulations

This Regulations comes in to force on 18th Jan 1966.
Prior to this KCSR 1958 was in force
This Regulations broadly classified into 8 groups:
    - Definitions
    - Pay and Allowances
    - Joining time
    - Leave
    - Pensions
    - Re-employment of pensioners
    - Traveling allowances
    - Deputation terms & Conditions
PAY & ALLOWANCES
                 PAY
Pay means Basic Pay entitled by an
 employee in the time scale, ( in the
 post held by him) which is applicable
 him/her. The BP shall be increased
 from time to time by sanction of
 periodical increments.
                      Allowances
   DA
   HRA
   CCA
   Local Allowances
   Special locally Allowances
   Hill Allowances
   Shift Allowances
   Deputation Allowances
   Construction Allowances
   Rural Allowances
   Holiday Work Allowances
   Hazardous Allowances
   Hot line Allowances
   Dip & Diving Allowances
   Specialized work Allowances
   House orderly Allowances
            INCREMENTS
Annual Increments
Promotional Increments
Additional Increments
Advance Increments
Special Increments:
 - Promoting small family norms
 - For achievement of sporting events.
Elongation Increments.
NHS Increments.
Annual Increments
Promotional Increment
  Advance Increments (Regulation No. 47 (a)):


 Advance      increment/(s)     shall  be
sanctioned to the eligible employees who
acquired additional/ higher qualification
prescribed for the post other than for
recruitment / promotion as per R&P
regulations and also as per the decision
of the Corporation from time to time.
     Advance Increments (Regulation No. 47 (a)):


  Grant of advance increments shall be subject to the following
conditions:
it shall not be adverse effected to normal increment/s
it shall be admissible only once during the entire
service.
it shall not be granted beyond the maximum of the time
scale applicable to the post at the time of grant of the
advance increment/s.
it shall not be granted during the probation period. But
the same shall be granted from the date of satisfactory
completion of probationary period.
it shall take effect from the date of announcement of result
of examination.
 ADDITIONAL INCREMENT (Reg. 47 (b)



Additional increment shall be sanctioned to
the eligible employees who passed the
prescribed department examination/ test
and qualified either for satisfactory
completion of probationary period or
promotion to higher post as per R&P
Regulations.
  ADDITIONAL INCREMENT (Reg. 47 (b)

Conditions:
 Only one increment shall be admissible
during entire service.
it shall not be adverse effected to normal
increment/s
it shall take effect from the date of
announcement of result of examination or PP
declaration which ever is later.
FOR PROMOTING SMALL FAMILY NORMS
.     (REGULATION 48(A)):


An employee or whose spouse
undergoes sterilisation operation
after having one or two living
children shall be granted a
special increment in the form of
'Personal Pay’
conditions:
The employee must be within the reproductive age group. Male
employee should not cross 50 Years and his wife should be 20 to 45
years of Age.
In case of female employee she must not be above 45 years and
her husband should not be over 50 years of age.
 The sterilisation operation must be conducted in the Government
Hospital or a Hospital run by the Municipal Corporations/
Municipalities and the sterilisation certificate in the prescribed form.
In case, the sterilisation operation is conducted in Private Hospital
recognised by Board.
The rate of special increment would be equal to the amount of
next increment due at the time of grant of the increment .and
will remain fixed during the entire service.
The benefit of special increment would be admissible from the first
of the month following the date of sterilisation or from the first of the
month following the date of return to duty after expiry of leave.
                      Allowances
   DA
   HRA
   CCA
   Local Allowances
   Special locally Allowances
   Hill Allowances
   Shift Allowances
   Deputation Allowances
   Construction Allowances
   Rural Allowances
   Holiday Work Allowances
   Hazardous Allowances
   Hot line Allowances
   Dip & Diving Allowances
   Specialized work Allowances
   House orderly Allowances
       Dearness Allowances
 DA is a compensatory one, intended to
 neutralize the effects of a general rise in the
 cost of living.
                        HRA
 Employees shall be eligible to HRA & CCA based on the
  BP drawn by them
 HRA & CCA are payable with reference to the place of
  duty, irrespective of the place of residence of an
  employee.
 An employee will not be eligible for HRA if his /her souse
  provided quarters at the same place, irrespective of
  whether he/she resides same or separately.
 An employee to whom designed quarter is available but
  does not occupy will not be eligible for HRA
 During suspension period.
 If an employee resides in rented house & whose spouse
  also an employee.
    SHIFT ALLOWANCE (REGULATION 71 (A)):



Shift allowance is payable to workmen /
officers deployed to evening / nights
shifts. For the purpose of the regulation
Night shifts means between 6 PM and 6
AM. The allowance is drawn monthly on
a separate bill after the close of the
month to which the claim relates.
      SHIFT ALLOWANCE (REGULATION 71 (A)):


Rate of shift allowances:
Those who have put in not less then 14 shifts in a
                   calendar month.
                   5% of Basic pay


Those who have put in less than 14 nights shifts
             in a calendar month
   5% of Basic pay X No of Night Shift put in
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INCHARGE ARRANGEMENTS (REGULATION NO. 35):



   Instead of appointing an employee
to officiate, it is permissible to
appoint him to be in charge of
immediate higher post. In such case,
a charge allowance not exceeding 5%
of the minimum pay of the higher
post is admissible in addition to the
pay.
INCHARGE ARRANGEMENTS (REGULATION NO. 35):


 NOTE: the amount of charge allowance resulting in a
  fraction of a rupee shall be rounded of to the next
                        rupee.

e.g. Calculate the charge allowance of a senior assistant
  drawing pay as Rs 11000/- who was incharge of the
 post of AAO for the period of 4 months w.e.f 1.1.2004.
      His annual Increment was due on 1.3.2004.
Charge Allowance = Minimum Basic pay of AAO X 5% X
                       4 months.
      Charge Allowance = 7800 X 5% = Rs. 390/-
                         Rs 390 X 4 months
                              Rs. 1560/-
 ADDITIONAL CHARGE (REGULATION - 51)


   When an employee is appointed to be
in charge of the current duties of
another post in addition to the duties of
his post is called additional Charge. In
such case,     a charge allowance not
exceeding 5% of the minimum pay of the
additional post is admissible in addition
to the pay.
  ADDITIONAL CHARGE (REGULATION - 51)


    NOTE: the amount of charge allowance resulting in a
  fraction of a rupee shall be rounded of to the next rupee.

e.g. Q No. 2 a) of Jan 2004:
Calculate the charge allowance of a senior assistant drawing
pay as Rs 10600/- who was placed in additional charge of
the post of AAO for the period of 3 months w.e.f 1.1.2004.
His annual Increment was due on 1.2.2004.
  Charge Allowance = Minimum Basic pay of AAO X 5% X 3
                          months.
        Charge Allowance = 7800 X 5% = Rs. 390/-
                           Rs 390 X 3 months
                               Rs. 1170/-
JOINING TIME
                   JOINING TIME

When admissible (Regulation 88):
Joining time may be granted to an employee
  transferred in the interest of Corporation services.
• (a) to join a new post either at the same or a new
  station without availing himself of any leave.
• (b) to join a new post in a new station on return
  from-
• leave of not more than 6 month's duration.
                     JOINING TIME
How many days admissible and calculation (regulation 89 & 90):
1. Notmore than one day is allowed to an employee in order
  to join a new post at the same station.
  NOTE: An employee who gives over charge on Saturday
  forenoon, should take charge on Saturday afternoon,
  and an employee who gives over charge on Saturday
  afternoon should take charge on Monday forenoon.
                      JOINING TIME

How many days admissible and calculation (regulation 89 & 90):
.
2. In cases involving transfer from one station to another,
   the joining time of an employee is calculated as follows:

        Distance                 Joining time admissible


  1000 KM & less       10 Days

  More than 1000 KM    12 days

  More than 2000 KM    15 days (In cases of travel by air 12 days
NOTE:
 Holiday counts as a day for the
  purpose of calculation of joining
  time.

The transfer of a Board employee
 from Hubli to Dharwad or vice-versa
 shall be considered as a transfer
 between different stations for
 purpose of this Regulation.
                    JOINING TIME

Exceeding joining time:
• An employee who does not join his new post with in
  the period of joining time, such period shall be treated
  as dies-non (LWA).
Unavailed joining time:
• Unavailed portion of joining time shall be credited to
  leave account as earned leave Account.
Transfers not in the interest of Board service:
• An employee transferred to join new post not in the
  interest of Board service; he is not eligible to any
  joining time.
                      Clippings 1 2
Always Be Creative
LEAVE
 LEAVE
 Kinds of leave (Regulation No.105):
Employees are entitled to the following kinds of leave:
Earned Leave
Maternity Leave
Paternity Leave
Half Pay Leave
Full Pay Leave
Study Leave
Special Disability Leave
Extraordinary Leave
Leave after the date of superannuation
The first eight kinds of leave may be taken either singly or in combination with
one another.
                     EARNED LEAVE:
Earned leave to be credited as noted below:
   upto 31.12.1978, earned leave should be credited by 1/11th of the period.
    Example: Calculate the EL as on 31.5.1975, at his credit as on 1.1.1975 is 19 days.
   Number of days from 1.1.1975 to 31.5.1975 – 151 days
         = 151/11 = 13 X 8/11 days.
      Hence, EL credit at his account as on 31.5.1975 is 32 X 8/11 days.


Earned leave should be credited with 30 days in each
calendar year w.e.f. 1.1.1979. This should be done in two
instalments i.e. 15 days on the first of January and July of
every year
No earned leave can be earned by any employee,
who earned leave at his/her credit 240 days.
                   EARNED LEAVE:
When an employee is appointed on or after 1st January 1979,
earned leave should be credited to his account at the rate of 2
½ days for each completed month of service in any half
calendar year.
e.g. if he is appointed on 13th March, 2006 the number of completed
months of his service in that half year will be 3 and the credit will be 3x2 ½
= 7 ½ days, rounded of 8 days. Similarly, when an employee retire or
resigns from the service shall be only at the rate of 2 ½ days per completed
month in that half-year up to the date of retirement / resignation in any half
calendar year.
e.g. if an employee retired on 30.11.2003. Find out leave at his account as
on 30th Nov., 2003, leave at credit at his account as on 30th June 2003 is
200 days.
Solution: the number of completed months of his service in that half year
will be 5 and the credit will be 5 X 2 ½ = 12 ½ days, rounded to 13 days.
Hence, EL at his account as on 30.11.2003 = 213 days.
              EARNED LEAVE:
Earned leave shall be reduced by 1/10th of the
period of extra ordinary leave availed during the
previous calendar half-year, subject to a maximum of
15 days.
If an employee is on leave on the 1st day of any
particular half of a calendar year, he shall be entitled
to earned leave credited on the first of the succeeding
half year.
Earned leave may be granted at a time to an
employee shall be 120 days if availed in India.
 Earned leave may be granted at a time to an
employee shall be 180 days if availed partly or
wholly outside India subject to the condition that not
more than 120 days is spent in India.
SURRENDER AND ENCASHMENT OF EARNED LEAVE:
Procedure for regulating the surrender of earned leave
and payment of leave surrendered salary ( Para 504
and 504 A of Vol-II Part B): As per para 504:
Employees are permitted to surrender' Earned Leave'
only to the extent of a minimum of THIRTY DAYS and a
maximum of SIXTY DAYS in a year subject to the
condition that there shall be a minimum interval of
TWELVE months between any two surrenders.
The period of twelve months will be considered from
the day following the last day of the last surrender of
leave.
During the period of leave surrendered, the employee
cannot avail any kind of leave except casual leave.
SURRENDER AND ENCASHMENT OF EARNED LEAVE:




An application for surrender of leave shall be
made in the prescribed form 15 days in advance
of the intended date of surrender.

The leave allowances to be paid for the period
of surrender of leave will be the Pay, Dearness
Allowance, House Rent Allowance and City
Compensatory Allowance and Special Pay and
any other allowance.
      SURRENDER AND ENCASHMENT OF EARNED LEAVE:



The leave surrender salary is not liable to deductions on account of
insurance Premium, Advances, House Rent, etc.
NO PAYMENT TOWARDS LEAVE SURRENDER SHOULD BE MADE
WITHOUT AN ENTRY IN THE SERVICE REGISTER/ SERVICE
RECORD.

The employee may encashing the earned leave at his/her credit at the
time of superannuation/ voluntary retirement subject to a maximum
period of 240 days.

The requirement of surrender of earned leave for a minimum Of THIRTY
days is not applicable in case of encashment of leave on the date of
superannuation or death while in service of the employee.
Earned leave can be surrender for encashment only after the completion
of the respective half-year w.e.f. 1.10.1998
      SURRENDER AND ENCASHMENT OF EARNED LEAVE:



Insertion of new para 504(A) to the extent noted below the
amendment shall come effect from 01.01.1999:

Para 504 (A) (i) officers are allowed to surrender and encash earned
leave not exceeding 30 days out of the leave at their credit once in
Block period of two years.

For this purpose the block periods of two years - commenced from 1st
January 1999 i.e the first block 1999 to 2000, 2001 to 2002.

Para 504 (A) (iii) the stipulation of encashment of EL once in a block
period of two years is not applicable in the case of encashment leave on
the date of superannuation or death while in service of the employee.
               MATERNITY LEAVE:
Maternity leave may be granted to female Board
employee for a period of 135 days at the time of
confinement.
Maternity leave may also be granted in case of miscarriage and abortion
subject to the condition that:
       - The leave does not exceed six weeks.
       - The application for leave should be supported by a medical
certificate from an authorized medical attendant.
Conditions:
     - It shall not be admissible to a female Board employee who has two
     or more living children.
     - Maternity leave shall not be debited against the leave account.
     - Maternity leave may be combined with any other kind of leave, such
     leave not exceeding 60 days may be granted without production of
     medical certificate.
             PATERNITY LEAVE:
Paternity leave may be granted to male Board employee for a
period of 15 days at the time of confinement of his wife.

Conditions: -
-It shall not be admissible to a male Board employee who has
two or more living children.
-It shall not be debited against the leave account.
-Paternity leave may be combined with any other kind of
leave,
          HALF-PAY LEAVE:

  HPL shall be credited 10 days in advance
every half yearly one time i.e every 1st January
and 1st July.
         B.O.No.KEB/B24/6652/96-97, Dated11/07/1997 (w.e.f.01/07/1997)
                  HALF PAY LEAVE CALCULATION SHEET
                           Name of the employee:
                                Designation:



     T    No      HP    Total   HPL availed      FPL availed      FPL     HPL not due       Bala   Re
Fr   o    of      L     HPL                                       conv    availed           nce    ma
o         days/   cre   at                                        erted                            rks
                                Fro   T   No     Fro   T   No             Fro   To   No
m         Mont    dit   credi                                     in to
                                m     o   of     m     o   of             m          of
          hs      ed    t                                         HPL
                                          days             days                      days
      FULL PAY LEAVE:
 Full pay leave may be granted to
employees or subject to the
following conditions that the total
period shall not exceed 180 days at
a time.
                       STUDY LEAVE:

The Board may grant Study leave to employees selected to
undergo advanced studies or training abroad in the following
cases:
Employees who are granted foreign scholarships and fellowships by the
State Government and the Board.
In this case where the total period of study not exceeds 6 months, he
may be treated as on deputation for the full period.
 Where the total period of study exceeds 6 months, only the first six
months plus the time of travel from India to the country of training and
back.
In no case should this leave in combination with travel time, period of
deputation and other leave other than extraordinary leave or leave on
medical certificate exceed:
12 months - at one time save in exceptional circumstances;
24 months - during the entire service.
               SPECIAL DISABILITY LEAVE

The Board may grant Special disability leave to an employee
whether permanent or temporary, who is disabled by injury
accidentally incurred during official duties.
Grant of such leave is subject to the following conditions.
The disability should be proved within three months.
The Medical authorized certifies that the period of leave is
absolutely necessary.
that the total Period of leave in respect of a single disability
does in no case exceed 24 months.
Special disability leave may be combined in any manner
with other leave.
Special disability leave will count as duty for calculating
service for pension.
Leave salary equal to pay during the first three months
and equal to half-pay during remaining period.
          EXTRAORDINARY LEAVE:


Extraordinary Leave may be granted to an
employee in special circumstances. The
maximum period of extraordinary leave that an
employee can be granted on any one occasion
shall not exceed - 5 years.
               CASUAL LEAVE:
Casual leave may be granted to a permanent or temporary
employee for fifteen days in a calendar year.
Conditions:
Casual leave may be availed subject to not for more than
seven day at a time.
Casual leave may be granted to Board employees, by the
next higher authority.
No Board employee has a right to the grant of casual leave.
In case employee appointed newly who have not put in at
least one year's service casual leave will be granted in
proportion to their service at the rate of one day for every
completed month's service. The un availed portion of casual
leave earned in the calendar year of entry into service, may be
carried forward.
       SPECIAL CASUAL LEAVE:
Special casual leave also may be granted in the following
circumstances and it shall not be debited to regular casual
leave account.
Any employee, who has been bitten by a rabid animal, may
to enable him to proceed for treatment, be granted special
casual leave for the actual period of treatment - 14 days
and for the number of days for the forward and backward
journeys.
Special casual leave for a period not exceeding 30 days in
a calendar year is allowed to the Board employees for
participation in mountaineering/trekking and attending the
coaching or training camps at the National Institute of Sports
       SPECIAL CASUAL LEAVE:

Special casual leave not exceeding 14 days may be allowed to
female employees who undergo non-puerperal sterilization on
the strength of a medical certificate. (When the operation for
women is done after delivery is called puerperal sterilization.)
When it is done at any other time, it is called non-puerperal. Such
special casual leave may also be sanctioned to female
employees having three or more living children who are not
entitled to grant of maternity leave. But who undergo Tubectomy
operation even during puerperal sterilization.
A male employee whose wife undergoes a non-puerperal
sterilization may also be granted special casual leave not exceeding
7 days. The grant of such special casual leave shall be subject to
production of a medical certificate.
            SPECIAL CASUAL LEAVE:


In the event of failure of a Sterilisation operation, if an
employee undergoes vasectomy operation for the second time
he shall be granted special casual leave of 6 days again on
production of a Medical certificate
3 days may be granted to an employee whose wife
undergoes laproscopic Sterilisation (without delivery).
7 days may be granted to a female employee who
undergoes laproscopic Sterilisation.
Special casual leave for a day shall be sanctioned
to such of the employees who donate blood
voluntarily subject to the production of certificate.
         SPECIAL CASUAL LEAVE:


Special casual leave not exceeding 15 days in a
calendar year may be sanctioned to the office bearers of
the 'KEBEU (Reg.No.659) local Committees and not
more than 20 days in a calendar year to the Central
Executive Committee Members of the KEB Employees'
union (Reg.No.659) for attending to the Union work such
as:
    Quarterly meetings of the central committee.
    Local Committee meetings at the divisional
       headquarters.
    Annual general body meeting
         SPECIAL CASUAL LEAVE:



The absence of employees in connection with their
participation in the activities of the Indian Institute of Public
Administration, New Delhi, shall be treated as special casual
leave. Such special casual leave shall not exceed six days in
a year.
Special casual leave may be permitted to be combined with
regular leave and with Sundays and other notified holidays
not exceeding 3 days
                 Mode of Drawal:
Traveling Allowance should be drawn monthly soon after
close of the month to which the journeys relate.
 Group A and group B employees draw their claims
themselves in the prescribed bill form.
In the case of group C and group D employees, the pay
drawing officer draws them in a common bill.
Every employee shall submit his traveling allowance bill in
respect of tour / transfer for the month to the head of his office
within one month to the close of the month in which the
journey is performed;
 if the journey extends beyond any month, travelIing
allowance bill shall be submitted to the extent the journey/halt
is completed on the last day of that month.
 CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES:
For the purpose of traveling allowance employees will be
classified based on the pay actual drawn by them. The
classification of employees for the purpose of traveling
allowance is as follows:


      Category              Pay Range
          I           Rs.12495 & above
          II          Rs.9195 to 12494
         III          Rs.6845 to 9195
         IV           Below Rs 6845
REVISION OF TRAVELING ALLOWANCE CLAIMS:

No revision of claims of traveling allowance
is permissible in cases where a Board
employee is promoted or reverted or is
granted an -increased rate of pay with
retrospective effect.
MINIMUM LIMIT OF DISTANCE FOR TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE:
No travelling allowance, other than a permanent monthly
traveling allowance, is admissible for any day on which an
employee does not reach point or return there to from a
point, exceeding eight kilometers from the prescribed point
at his headquarters.
NOTE: Journey, which does not extend beyond the
municipal or other administrative limit of a station, is not
held to be a journey for the purpose of this Regulation.
Exception: Travelling allowance will be admissible for
journey from Hubli to Dharwar and vice versa
PRESCRIBED POINT AT WHICH JOURNEY
COMMENCES OR ENDS:

A journey on transfer shall be held to begin
or end at the actual residence of the
employee concerned. Any other journey
shall be held to begin or end in any station
at the duty point in that station.
        TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE FOR JOURNEYS ON TOUR:
Journey by Railway Regulation No. 327(A):
The entitlement for railway accommodation of employees for
journeys or tour shall be regulated as under
  Category                         Entitlement
  I a Rs. 15465/- or above         Executive Class in Shathabdhi
                                   Express and I class A/C in others
  I b Rs. 12495/- or above but     AC Chair Car in Shathabdhi Express
  below 15465/-                    and A/C two tier in others
  II                               AC Chair Car / I class / AC Three tier

  III                              AC Chair Car / I class / AC Three tier

  IV                               AC Chair Car in Shathabdhi Express
                                   and Rajadhani Express and Sleeper in
                                   others
      TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE FOR JOURNEYS ON TOUR:



Journey on tour in Air:

Employee drawing Rs.15465/- or above shall be entitled
to travel by air for journey on tour outside the state

Employees drawing Rs.12495/- or above shall be entitled
to travel by air for journey on tour within the state.

Employees drawing Rs.12495/- or above proceeding on
duty on tour from Bangalore to Bidar District Gulbarga and
vice–versa is authorised to travel by air via Hydarabad.
        TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE FOR JOURNEYS ON TOUR:


Daily allowance:

The daily allowance is admissible only on days
on which an employee reaches a point, or returns
from a point, exceeding eight kilometers from
the prescribed point at his head quarters.

 - Not exceeding 6 hours : No daily allowance
 - Exceeding 6 hours, but not exceeding 12 hours : Half daily allowance
 - Exceeding 12 hours, but not exceeding 24 hours: Full daily allowance.

A daily allowance may not be drawn for more than
ten days of halt at one place except in special cases
         TRAVELLING ALLOWANCE FOR JOURNEYS ON TOUR:




DAILY ALLOWANCE:
Employees who avails casual leave for half a day while on
tour may draw only half the daily allowance admissible under
these Regulations.

An employee who, while on tour, is allowed fee boarding
and lodging facilities may draw only one-fourth DA.

If both boarding and lodging are not allowed but only one of
them, the employee may draw daily allowance at one half of
the full rate.
Particular    Journey    Journeys    Journeys on    Journeys       Journeys      Journeys     Journey     Journeys on      Journeys
    s           s on       on tour   tour within      on tour       on tour       on tour        s on       tour out      on tour out
                tour       within    and out side   within and    within and      out side    tour out      side the        side the
               within    state and     the state     out side     out side the   the State    side the     State and       state and
                State    produced        and         the state     state and       other        State      stayed in       stayed in
              and not    vouchers      provided          and        availed         then        other       Capital         Capital
              produce     towards    free lodging    provided       Casual        Capital       then      cities of the   cities of the
               d any      lodging        and         only one        leave        cities of   Capital      State and       State and
              voucher       and        boarding       of them                    the State    cities of        not         produced
                  s      boarding      facilities       (free                     and not        the       produced        vouchers
              towards                                 lodging                    produce        State      vouchers
              lodging                                    and                          d          and
                and                                 boarding                     vouchers     produce
              boardin                               facilities)                                    d
                  g                                                                           voucher
                                                                                                   s
Normal
DA as per     Eligible   2/3rd DA     1/4th DA        ½ DA        Not eligible   Eligible     Eligible      Eligible        Eligible
reg. 348 A

Special DA
as per reg.     Not         Not                        Not                          Not
                                     Not eligible                 Not eligible                Eligible    Not eligible      Eligible
348 B         eligible    eligible                   eligible                     eligible

Actual
Hotel
Charges
and DA as       Not         Not                        Not                          Not         Not
                                     Not eligible                 Not eligible                            Not eligible      Eligible
per Reg.      eligible    eligible                   eligible                     eligible    eligible
348 C
 T.A FOR JOURNEY ON TRANSFER

An employee on transfer from one
station to another is entitled to
travelling allowance if he is
transferred in the interest of Board
service.

NOTE: Family means.
      Allowances.
     TA FOR JOURNEY ON TRANSFER

MODE OF JOURNEY:
For journey by railways:
As per entitlement.
Journey on transfer road / own car or hired taxi:
 An employee drawing pay of Rs 9745/- or above may,
undertake journey by own car or by hired taxi and may claim
single mileage at the rate of Rs.3/- per km irrespective of the
number of members of his family.
Journey by air on transfer:
An employee drawing pay of Rs15465/- or above is
entitled to travel by air on transfer and make claim one fare
for himself and an additional fare for each members of his
family.
        T.A FOR JOURNEY ON TRANSFER

      TRANSFER GRANT:
      An employee on transfer from one station to
      another shall be allowed to draw transfer grant.
      The rate of transfer grant shall be as follows:

Category       Within the District     Out side the
                                         district
I              RS. 2500              RS.4000
II             RS.2500               RS.4000
III            RS.1000               RS.2000
IV             RS.1000               RS.2000
       TA FOR JOURNEY ON TRANSFER

  REIMBURSEMENT OF COST OF PERSONAL
  EFFECTS:
  An employee on transfer from one station to another
  shall be entitle to Reimbursement of cost of
  transportation of personal effects:
  Maximum permissible quantity as noted against each
  category

Category-I    5000 KG      Category-I     Rs. 15 per KM

Category-II   3000 KG      Category-II    Rs. 10 per KM

Category-III 1500 KG       Category-III   Rs. 7.5 per KM

Category-IV 1000 KG        Category-IV    Rs. 5 per KM
   TA FOR JOURNEY ON TRANSFER
   In cases where both husband and wife
are in the employment of the Board and are
transferred at the same time or within six
months of his/her transfer from one and the
same old station to one and the same new
station, transfer traveling allowance will not be
admissible to both of them as independent
employees. Either or them may claim transfer
traveling allowance the other being treated as
a member of his/her family not in the
employment of the board.
             Other Journeys
EMPLOYEES WHO DIE WHILE IN SERVICE
In the event of death of an employee while in service, the
members of his/her family are entitled to claim
reimbursement of their actual expenses for traveling from
the last headquarters of the deceased employee to the
place where his family decides to draw family pension.
provided the journey is completed with in six months after
the death of the employee.

TO ATTEND DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION/TESTS:
An employee is entitled to draw travelling allowance twice,
but not more than twice, for journey to and from consequent
on    attendance     at    an     obligatory    departmental
examination/test or an examination necessary for obtaining
promotion.
          Other Journeys

ON RETIREMENT
The employee and members of the family
shall on his retirement be entitled to the
traveling allowance in respect of journey from
the last station of his duty to the place where
the employee on retirement decides to draw
the pension and the transportation of his
personal effects between the same places:
           Other Journeys
HOME TRAVEL CONCESSION
An employee who has put in not less than one year’s
continuous service is entitled to Home travel
concession.
Conditions:
once in a block period of two calendar years.
Where the wife/husband of the employee, is also a
Board employee, the concession will be admissible
only once of them.
For claiming this concession, it is not necessary
that the employee and his family should travel
together. provided it falls during the same calendar
year in which the employee travels.
Once in a period of two calendar years means once in
each block of two calendar years commencing from
the year 1970-71
               Other Journeys

LTC:
An employee shall be eligible for leave travel concession for journey to
   any place in India.
Conditions:
 It shall be admissible once in during entire service.
 It shall be admissible to an employee who has completed a continues
   service of not less than 10 years.
 It shall be admissible to an employee during EL, HPL, and vacation,
   the duration shall not be less than 15 days.
 The term family means wife or husband, children not exceeding two.
   Only one wife is included in the term ‘family’
 Where the spouse is also a board employee.
         Other Journeys
LTC:
Mode of journey:
The entitlements for journey
Journey by air or by 1st class A/C train
or 2nd Class A/C II tier Sleeper or by air
conditioned class shall not be the
entitled mode of journey.
Leave travel concession for journey to
any place in India shall not be
admissible by a private car or bus, van
or other vehicle owned.
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