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Directorate of Estates

Dues/Outstanding against the Retiree Allottee

Dues/Outstanding against the Retiree Allottee

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
DIRECTORATE OF ESTATES
(RENT RECOVERY CELL)
NIRMAN BHAWAN

No.5/23/2013-RR Cell

New Delhi, dated : 8th November, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Dues/Outstanding against the Retiree Allottee – regarding.

Each Allottee has been allotted a unique Allottee Account Number (AAN) for the purpose of posting of licence fee recovery online through the DDO concerned. As soon as the recoveries as posted by the DDOs, they get automatically reflected in the rent card of the allottee. It is mentioned that a system generated software for Rent Assessment is available on the website of Directorate of Estates. The Retiree Allottee can view the Online Licence fee details in respect of the Quarter allotted to them, on the Website of the Directorate of Estates i.e. http:estates.nic.in or www.gpra.nic.in, by logging their ID & Password given by this Directorate, wherein they can get Provisional Rent Assessment details/certificate and can examine/verify the dues pending/outstanding etc. against them and can also obtain the dues position through self or DDO concern.

If any dues or outstanding amount are found, the retiree Allottee should approach their DDO concern urgently and get updated the same, by remitting online posting of Licence fee recoveries in their AAN number on the portal of GPRA. A system generated notification has been generated on the screen of Allottees, to view all the details of the Quarters allotted to them and rent assessed and collected/reported.

(ANUPAM NANDA)
Deputy Director (Rent)

Authority: http://estates.nic.in/

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Revision of rates of damages for unauthorized occupation of general pool residential accommodation and damages for subletting of general pool residential accommodation with effect from 1.7.2016 throughout the country: Partial modification

Revision of rates of damages for unauthorized occupation of general pool residential accommodation and damages for subletting w.e.f. 01.07.2016

No.18011/1/2015-Pol.III
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi 110 108.
Dated the 7 September, 2016 g

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Revision of rates of damages for unauthorized occupation of general pool residential accommodation and damages for subletting of general pool residential accommodation with effect from 1.7.2016 throughout the country: Partial modification Reg.
In partial modification of this Directorate’s Office Memorandum of even number, dated 22nd July, 2016 on the subject noted above, the undersigned is directed to state that the matter of charging damages in cases of unauthorised occupation of GPRA quarters has been reviewed by the competent authority and it has been decided to revise the rates of damages for unauthorized occupation of general pool residential accommodation for various cities and other stations in the country as below and the revised rates of damages will be applicable to all unauthorised occupants as on 1.7.2016 and to those who are subsequently declared unauthorized occupant:

Station
Type of Accommodation and
Rates of Damages to be charged for the first month
Type I to IV Type IV (Special)
to Type VI
and Hostel
Type VII
and Type VIII
Servant Quarters Garages
Delhi 40 times 50 times 55 times 50 times 50 times
Mumbai
(a) Hyderabad Estate,
Belvedere, Pedder
Road, BD Road,
Malabar Hill,
Colaba and Prabhadevi
120 times 120 times 50 times 50 times
Rest of Mumbai 50 times 50 times 50 times 50 times
Station
Type of Accommodation and
Rates of Damages to be charged for the first month
Type I to IV Type V and above
and Hostel
Servant Quarters Garages
Stations other than Delhi and Mumbai 40 times 50 times 50 times 50 times

2. Damages for unauthorised Occupation: The damages will be charged from the date of cancellation of allotment to the date the GPRA is vacated by the unauthorised allotee and the rate of damages for unauthorised occupation for each type of general pool residential accommodation shall increase in telescopic method from second month onwards i.e. for second month – damages + 10% of rate of damages; for third month – damages + 20% of rate of damages; for fourth month – damages 40% of rate of damages; and so on, limiting to the maximum 5 times of rates of damages charged during the first month of unauthorised occupation.
3. Damages for subletting: Telescopic method will be made applicable for unauthorized occupation in proved subletting cases w.e.f 1.7.2016 on all unauthorized occupants as on 1.7.2016 and who will be declared unauthorized henceforth. The rates of damages will be calculated as two times of damages for first month; two times of damages + 10% two times of damages for second month; two times of damages  + 20% two times of damages for third month; two times of damages + 40% two times of
damages forfourth month and so on, limiting to the maximum 5 times of damages charged in such proved subletting cases during the first month.
4. A ready reckoner for calculation of damages as above is attached.
5. Water charges, Furniture charges etc, if applicable, will be charged apart from the above mentioned damages at the normal rates only.
6. This supersedes this Directorate’s GM. of even number dated 4.6.2013 regarding rates of damages for unauthorized occupation of GPRA and OM No.18011/2/2006-Pol.lll dated 22.6.2015 regarding rates of damages for subletting of GPRA throughout the country.

7. This issues with the approval of competent authority.

(Swemanerjee)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: http://estates.nic.in

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Facility of concessional retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting to Central Government employees transferred to NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K

Clarification on facility of concessional retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting to Central Government employees transferred to NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K.

No.12035/4/2015-Pol.II
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi-110108.

Dated the 24th May, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Clarification on facility of concessional retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting to Central Government employees transferred to NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K.

The concessional retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation (GPRA) to Central Government Civilian employees has been permitted at their last place of posting vide the Directorate of Estates OM No: 12035/31l96-Pol.III dated 79.1998 and OM No: 12035/2/90-Pol.II(Pt.II) dated 15.9.1998 on their transfer to NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K. It has been brought to notice that some Central Government employees who have come on deputation to Delhi and other places and whose parent Offices are located in NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K, on repatriation to their parent Office/Unit request for the facility of concessional retention of GPRA at the last place of deputation.

2. It is clarified that the facility of concessional retention of GPRA at the last place of posting for Central Government employees is permitted only when the allottee of GPRA is transferred to NER, Sikkim, Andaman a Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K from other places and is not permitted to the Central government employees who are repatriated back to his/her parent office in NER, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and to the State of J&K on completion of their deputation from other places.

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(Swarnali Banerjee)
Deputy Director of Estates(Policy)

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Procedure of applying for General Pool Residential Accommodation under Ladies Pool

Instructions for applicants applying for General Pool residential accommodation (GPRA) under Lady Officers’ Pool

`Married lady officer’ means a lady officer whose marriage is subsisting and who is not judicially separated from her husband. All other women employees fall in single lady officer category

As per the provisions of SR 317-B-8 of the Allotment of Government Residences (General Pool in Delhi) Rules, 1963, ‘Lady Officers Pool’ is maintained separately for allotment of GPRA to married lady officers and single lady officers in the ratio of 2:1

No.12035/10/84-Pol.II (Vol. II)
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi-110 108.
Dated the 5th May, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Instructions for applicants applying for General Pool residential accommodation (GPRA) under Lady Officers’ Pool.

As per the provisions of SR 317-B-8 of the Allotment of Government Residences (General Pool in Delhi) Rules, 1963, ‘Lady Officers Pool’ is maintained separately for allotment of GPRA to married lady officers and single lady officers in the ratio of 2:1.`Married lady officer’ means a lady officer whose marriage is subsisting and who is not judicially separated from her husband. All other women employees fall in single lady officer category.

2. But, it has been observed in many cases that at the time of applying in DE-II Form, a single lady officer apply under single lady category but after marriage of her, do not update her status in DE-II Form and gets accommodation in single lady officer category despite being married. This allotment violates the existing provisions of the Allotment of Government Residences (General Pool in Delhi) Rules, 1963.

3. Therefore, it is to inform that the following instructions should be followed strictly by the applicants applying under Lady Officers Pool and also by the Nodal Officer of the office of the applicant:-

a) The personal information furnished in DE-II Form by a woman employee has to be verified by the office of the applicant as to whether the employee is married or single at the time of submission of the Form as well as at the time of acceptance of allotment of GPRA.

b) A single lady officer should update her records in DE-II Form as soon as she gets married and she will be included in the waiting list of married Lady Officers for the eligible type of accommodation and will get allotment of GPRA from married Lady Officer quota only. In case, a Lady Officer is found to have suppressed information of her marriage and gets an allotment of GPRA from single Lady Officer quota, the allotment shall be cancelled and appropriate action shall be taken as per rules.

(Swarnali Banerjee)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Download Directorate of Estates OM No.12035/10/84-Pol.II (Vol. II) dated 05.05.2016

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Licence Fee to be recovered from the allottee of the Government accommodation, who own house(s) at the place of his duties

Licence Fee to be recovered from the allottee of the Government accommodation, who own house(s) at the place of his duties – Reg

F.No. 18012/1/2016-Pol.III
Govt. of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

 Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi – 110011
Dated the 26th February, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Licence Fee to be recovered from the allottee of the Government accommodation, who own house(s) at the place of his duties – Reg.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Directorate’s OM No. 12035/11/99-Pol.II, dated 24.7.2003 (copy enclosed) on the above mentioned subject and to say that as per the provisions of SR – 317-B-3(2) of the Allotment of Government Residences (General Pool in Delhi) Rules, 1963, an allottee, owning a house at the time of allotment either in his own name or in the name of any members of his family at the place of posting or in an adjoining municipality, shall notify the fact to the Directorate of Estates within a period of one month from the date of the house is let out. As per the provisions of SR-317-B-3(3) ibid, when after a Govt. accommodation has been allotted, the allottee or any member of his family become owner of a house at the place of his duty or in an adjoining municipality, shall notify the fact to the Directorate of Estates within a period of one month from the date of house is let out.

2. However, it is noticed from the records received from concerned administrative divisions of Ministries/Departments that declaration of house owning is received only at the time of application for allotment of accommodation, whereas, the same under the provisions SR-317-B-3(3) received is very negligible as compared to allotment made. In order to streamline the already laid down procedure, it is requested that the administrative authority of the concerned Ministries/Departments, etc. to ensure that the provisions Sr-317-B-3(2) as well as 3(3) are followed strictly. In this regard, it is pertinent to mention here that from 1.3.2015 onwards, concerned Ministries/Departments of the applicant for GPRA are advised to ensure that the particulars/details furnished by the applicant in the online DE-2 Form and the Acceptance Form are true and correct. It is thus requested now that the administrative authority of the concerned Ministries/Departments should ensure that the entries made by the applicant in DE-2 Form as well as the Acceptance Form with regard to owning of house, at the time of forwarding the same to this Directorate is as per the latest Immovable Property Return (IPR) filed by the applicant.

3. Further, they should also instruct all allottees in their Ministry/Department to intimate the Directorate of Estates regarding rental income, if any, from the house owned at the time of allotment/acquired after the allotment of Govt. accommodation either in his own name or in the name of any members of his family at the place of posting or in an adjoining municipality, and whenever any change in rental income, which affect the rate of prescribed licence fee as per OM No. 12035/11/99-Pol.II, dated 24.7.2003, so as to levy the prescribed rate of licence fee in this regard, to avoid any loss to Govt. exchequer. In case the details of rental income furnished by any allottee is found false at any later stage, the licence fee of the particular accommodation will be enhanced to the maximum as per OM dated 24.7.2003 w.e.f the date of increase, by the Directorate of Estates suo motu.

Encl: as above.

(Swarnali Banerjee)

Deputy Director of Estates(Policy)

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Directorate of Estates Guidelines: Withdrawal of guidelines related to sharing and close relations

Directorate of Estates Guidelines: Withdrawal of guidelines related to sharing and close relations

No. 12035/4/2014-Pol.II
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates
Policy-II Section

Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi-110 108..
Dated the 10th August, 2015

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Withdrawal of guidelines related to sharing and close relations.

Reference is invited to the Directorate of Estates guidelines issued vide O.M No.12033/17/78-Pol.II dated 26.5.1978, O.M No. 12035/52/78-Pol.II dated 25.1.1979, O.M No.12035/58/79-Po1.II dated 31.8.1979 and OM No.12032(1)/74-Pol.II dated 21.12.1976 regarding sharing of accommodation and definition of close relations for the purpose of sharing of General Pool residential accommodation. In view of amendments made in SR-317-B-2 vide Gazette Notification GSR No.112 dated 13.06.2015 the above mentioned guidelines have become redundant. Therefore, the competent authority has decided to withdraw the above mentioned guidelines w.e.f 13.06.2015.

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(Swamali Banerjee)

Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlpolicyorders/Withdrawal%20of%20Guidelines%20regarding%20sharing%20of%20GPRA.pdf

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Guidelines of regularization of GPRA in the name of the eligible spouse / ward of the allottee in the event of death/retirement/transfer

Guidelines of regularization of GPRA in the name of the eligible spouse / ward of the allottee in the event of death/retirement/transfer

No.12031/1/2013-Pol.II
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi-110 108.
Dated the 17th July, 2015

 OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Guidelines on regularization/ allotment of alternate general pool residential accommodation in the name of the eligible spouse / ward of the allottee in the event of death/retirement/transfer of the allottee.

Vide instructions of this Directorate O.M. of even number dated 18.2.2014, guidelines on regularization / allotment of alternate general pool residential accommodation in the name of the eligible spouse / ward of the allottee in the event of death/retirement/transfer of the allottee were issued. On review of the said guidelines, it is found that the issue related to regularization of general pool residential accommodation in the name of eligible spouse/ward of allottee, who owns a house at the place of posting or his / her family owns a house at the place of posting, but his /her policy is covered by allotment of that house has not been inadvertently incorporated in the OM dated 18.2.2014.

2. Therefore, paragraph 2(iv)(f)(i) of the said guidelines is modified and shall be read as below instead of existing entries in the OM dated 18.2.2014:

“Where the allottee or any member of his / her family owns a house at the place of posting where regularization is being sought. However, either one type below accommodation or same accommodation may be regularized in the name of ward / spouse only in case his / her date of priority was covered on the date of retirement of the retiring allottee or on the date of death of the deceased allottee, irrespective of the fact that they are house-owner at the place of their posting subject to the condition that the licence fee is charged on house owing allottees of general pool residential accommodation as per the guidelines from time to time; and.”

(Swarnali Banerjee)
Deputy Director of Estates(Policy)

 

Source: http://www.estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlpolicyorders/PolicyOrders20180.pdf

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Government directs officers to strictly follow LTC Rules

Government directs officers to strictly follow LTC Rules

 

New Delhi: The officers of all departments have been asked to do due diligence while processing Leave Travel Concession (LTC) claims of employees as part of fresh set of guidelines issued by the Centre.

“As per LTC rules, a government servant may travel only by vehicles operated by central or state government or local bodies or by any corporation in the public sector owned or controlled by central or state government.Journey on LTC by taxi, auto-rickshaw etc, are permissible only between places not connected by rail,” the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) said in its order F. No. 31011/3/2015-Estt (A-IV) dated April 1.

The move comes after the DoPT received a large number of recommendations for relaxation of some or the other provision of the LTC rules in individual cases.

It is seen that, in most cases the situation arises as due care had not been exercised by the government servant or the administrative authority in claiming LTC or in examination, the order issued to secretaries of all departments said.

“In this connection it may please be noted that the primary responsibility for ensuring compliance with the rules is that of the government servant. The of-repeated plea of ignorance of rules cannot be a valid ground for relaxation of rules.

“At the same time it has also been noticed that the administrative authorities have also shown laxity and due diligence on their part could have prevented such situations from arising,” the DoPT said.

Government servants travelling by air under LTC are required to book their tickets either directly from the airline or through the approved agencies viz: Balmer Lawrie & Co Ltd, Ashok Tours & Travels Ltd or IRCTC. “Booking through any other agency is not permissible,” it said.

The Centre has been taking many steps to check instances of any irregularity in LTC claims.

CBI is also probing fake travel bills scam (also known as LTC scam) allegedly involving certain government employees.

There are about 48 lakh central government employees.

PTI

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General Pool Allotment of Type VIB (C-I) and Type A (C-II) in Delhi to Secretaries and Secretary level officers

Directorate of Estates issued an OM on allotment of VI B [C-1] and VI A[C-11] Quarters to the Secretaries to the GOI and Secretary Equivalent officers. The decisions taken as dealt in this memorandum will come in to force from 01.04.2015.

No.12035/9/97-Pol.ll(Vol.lll)
Government  of India
Ministry  of Urban  Development
Directorate  of Estates

Nirman  Bhawan,
New Delhi-110  108.

Dated the 9th  March, 2015

 

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:    Allotment of Type VI B [C-1] and Type VI A [C-11] houses of General Pool Residential Accommodation  in Delhi to the  Secretaries to the Government of India and  Secretary  equivalent officers and below level officers.

The  undersigned  is directed  to  invite  attention  to  the  Directorate  of Estates instructions/guidelines   issued  vide  O.M.No.12035/9/207-Pol.ll dated 31.1.2013 for allotment  of Type VI 8 [C-1]  houses of General Pool Residential Accommodation  in Delhi among Secretaries, Secretary equivalent officers and Chairmen/Members  of Commissions/Tribunals  in the  ratio of  1: 1: 1 and vide OM No.12035/9/97-Pol.ll(Vol.ll) dated 16.1.2003 for allotment of Type VI A [C-11] houses among Secretaries/Secretary equivalent level officers and Chairmen & Members  of  various  Commissions, Tribunals  etc.  in the  ratio  of  1: 1.  The instructions   issued  vide   O.M.No.12035/9/2007-Pol.ll  dated   11.5.2011 also states that no HAG officer will be allotted Type VI A [C-11]  house or Type VI 8 [C-1] house, if an officer in the apex grade is waiting in other lists.

2. The matter has been reviewed in view of availability of higher types of accommodation  in Commonwealth  Games Village complex  in New Delhi for allotment  and creation of a  separate Chairmen/Members Pool [CM Pool] for Chairmen/Members of Quasi-judicial bodies in Delhi.  The Chairmen/Members of the Commissions/Tribunals  will  be eligible for  residential accommodation from Chairmen/Members [CM] Pool only with effect from 1st April, 2015.

3. Therefore,   it   has  been  decided   by  the   competent   authority   that allotment of Type VI 8 [C-1] houses of General Pool shall be made in the ratio of 1: 1  among the Secretaries to the Government of India & below level officers and Secretary equivalent  officers  and  below  level officers  with  effect from 1st April, 2015.    The allotment of Type VI A [C-11] houses in General Pool shall be made to  officers  waiting  in the  list of  General Pool and earlier  ratio  is dispensed with effect from 1st April, 2015.

4. It has come to notice that apex grade officers have been waiting in one list  of  Type  VI 8  [C-1]  while  HAG level or  below  level  officers  are getting accommodation from other list as sufficient number of apex grade officers are not available from  that  list.   Thus, it has created an anomalous  situation  in allotments of Type VI 8 [C-1] accommodation.

5. The matter has been re-examined by the competent authority and it has been decided that allotments for Type VI B  shall be made to the officers with apex pay scale in the first  instance in these two  categories  irrespective  of availability of units.   Thereafter, the remaining vacancies shall be allotted to Additional  Secretaries to the Government  of  India and Additional  Secretary equivalent level officers, who are not in the apex pay scale, as per the extant ratio.   Moreover, no HAG level officer shall be allotted Type VI B  [C-1]  house while officer with apex pay scale is waiting in any of the lists.

6. This Office Memorandum supersedes O.M.No.12035/9/2007-Pol.ll dated 11.5.2011and O.M.No.12035/9/2007-Pol.ll dated 31.1.2013.

(Swarnali Banerjee)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)
2306 2505

To

1. All Ministries/Departments of the Government of India

2 .Directorate General, CPWD, Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi

3. All Officers/Sections in the Directorate of Estates

4. All Regional offices of Directorate of Estates/CPWD

Copy for information to:-

1. PS to Hon’ble UDM /PS to MoS(UD

2. PSO to Secretary, MoUD

3. PPS to JS(L&E)

4. PS to DE/DE-II

6. Sr. Technical Director, NIC, Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi.
– With the request to upload this OM on the Website of the DoE and make necessary changes in the programme of ASA in e-Awas.

7. DD(OL)for Hindi translation

8. Guard File

(K.Dinakar Raj)
Assistant Director of Estates(Policy-11)

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Request for not booking rooms in holiday home at Goa

Suspension of booking of Goa Holiday rooms for renovation – Directorate of Estates orders on 17.12.2014

MOST IMMEDIATE/SPEED POST

No.D-11016/23/2007-Regions
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman lihawan, New Delhi
Dated 17.12.2014

Office Memorandum

Subject: Request for not booking rooms in holiday home at Goa in February and March 2015 for renovation.

The undersigned is directed to refer Superintending Engineer, Goa Central Circle, CPWd, Goa letter no.23/1/43/PB/GCD/2014/1644 dated 04.12.2014 on the above subject and to say that it has been decided to suspend booking of rooms in holiday home at Goa as per following schedule in
February and March, 2015.

SI. No. – Room No. – Renovation Period suspension schedule)

1. 101 to 103 (i.e. Room No. 101, 102, 103) – 10.02.2015 to 20.02.2015

2. 201 to 205 (i.e. Room No. 201, 202, 203, 204. 205) – 21.02.2015 to 05.03.2015

3. 301 to 305 (i.e. Room No. 301, 302, 303, 304, 305) – 06.03.2015 to 15.03.2015

2. In view of above, NIC is requested to suspend online booking of respective rooms of holiday home at Goa as per suspension schedule/renovation period/details mentioned above and beyond the suspension period, booking will stand continue.

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(N.S. Chauhan)
Assistant Director of Estates (Regions)

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Expected Dearness Allowance: 113% DA-DR from January, 2015 confirmed after November, 2014 AICPIN

113% DA-DR from January, 2015 confirmed after November, 2014 AICPIN
Expected DA/DR is now entered in 2nd last step.  All India  Consumer Price Index Number (AICPIN) for Industrial Worker is remained stationery at 253 (two hundred and fifty three) for the month of November, 2014. Estimation of 113% with 6% increase in expected DA/DR for Central Govt Employees/Pensioner is also stationery as previous month November-2014.   CPI-IW for next two months is yet to be announced.   Following table showing that estimation of 113% is constant with 9 points’ increase in CPI-IW index and with 5 point decline in next month speculate 112% of future DA/DR.  Therefore it is mostly confirm that 6% increase in future DA/DR for Central Government.
Employees/Pensioner.  See the table of Expected DA/DR given below:
Expect-

ation

Increase/

Decrease

Index

Month Base

Year

2001

100

Total

of 12

Months

Twelve

monthly

Average

% increase

over 115.76

for   DA

DA

announced

or will be

announced

-4 Dec,13 239 2786 232.17 100.56% 100%
DA/DR from

July, 2014

-2 Jan,14 237 2802 233.5 101.71% 107%
1 Feb,14 238 2817 234.75 102.79%
1 Mar,14 239 2832 236 103.87%
3 Apr,14 242 2848 237.33 105.02%
2 May,14 244 2864 238.67 106.17%
2 Jun,14 246 2879 239.92 107.25%
JUL+AICPIN 6 Jul,14 252 2896 241.33 108.48% 113%
Aug+AICPIN 1 Aug,14 253 2912 242.67 109.63%
Sep+AICPIN 0 Sep,14 253 2927 243.92 110.71%
Oct+AICPIN 0 Oct,14 253 2939 244.92 111.57%
Nov+AICPIN 0 Nov,14 253 2949 245.75 112.29%
Expected

AICPIN

for Dec

2014 –

Expected

DA/DR is

constant to

113% from

-4 point

decline to

9 point

increase

0 Dec,14 253 2963 246.92 113.30%
2 Dec,14 255 2965 247.08 113.44% 113%
8 Dec,14 261 2971 247.58 113.88% 113%
9 Dec,14 262 2972 247.67 113.95% 113%
10 Dec,14 263 2973 247.75 114.02% 114%
-2 Dec,14 251 2961 246.75 113.16% 113%
-4 Dec,14 249 2959 246.58 113.01% 113%
-5 Dec,14 248 2958 246.50 112.94% 112%
Hence expected DA/DR from Jan, 2015 is 113%

 

Press Release for CPI(IW) Base 2001=100 Monthly Index Letter – NOVEMBER 2014

No. 5/1/2014- CPI
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT
LABOUR BUREAU
‘CLEREMONT’, SHIMLA-171004
DATED: the 3lst December, 2014
Press Release

Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-1W) – November, 2014

The All-India CPI-1W for November, 2014 remained stationary at 253 (two hundred and fifty three). On l-month percentage change, it remained static between October, 2014 and November, 2014 when compared with the rise of 0.83 per cent between the same two months a year ago.
The largest upward pressure to the change in current index came from Miscellaneous group contributing (+) 0.17 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Wheat, Rice, Moong Dal, Masur Dal, Arhar Dal, Eggs (Hen), Goat Meat, Milk (Cow), Onion, Tea (Readymade), Private Tution Fee, Flower/F lower Garlands, Tailoring Charges, etc. are responsible for the increase in index. However, this increase was restricted to some extent by Ginger, Chillies green, Vegetable items, Sugar, Petrol, etc., putting downward pressure on the index.

 

The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-1W stood at 4.12 per cent for November, 2014 as compared to 4.98 per cent for the previous month and 11.47 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at 2.56 per cent against 4.48 per cent of the previous month and 16.17 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.
At centre level, Madurai reported an increase of 12 points followed by Chennai (11 points), Tiruchirapally (7 points), Coonoor (6 points), Salem and Coimbatore (5 points each) and Bangluru (4 points). Among others, 3 points rise was observed in 3 centres, 2 points in 7 centres and 1 point in 9 centres. On the contrary, Srinagar recorded a decrease of 6 points and Ghaziabad (5 points). Among others, 4 points fall was registered in 2 centres, 3 points in 6 centres, 2 points in 12 centres and 1 point in 19 centres. Rest of the 11 centres’ indices remained stationary.
The indices of 38 centres are above and other 39 centres’ indices are below  national average. The index of Bhopal centre remained at par with all-India index.
The next index of CPI-1W for the month of December, 2014 will be released on Friday, 30 January, 2015. The same will also be available on the office website www.1abourbureau. gov. in.
(S.S. NEGI)
DIRECTOR

Source: http://labourbureau.nic.in/press_note_eng_nov_2014.pdf

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Transfer Guidelines for LDC posted in Regional Offices

Transfer Guidelines for LDC posted in Regional Offices

 

Transfer Guidelines for Lower Divisional Clerks posted in Regional Offices under the administrative control of Directorate of Estates.

 

Directorate of Estates issued orders to frame transfer guidelines for LDCs from one regional office to another regional office. Directorate of Estates under the Ministry of Urban Development has eight regional offices located in different places all over in Inida. The eight regional offices are Kolkata, Shimla, Chandigarh, Faridabad, Ghazidabad, Mumbai, Nagpur and Chennai.

 

Normally LDCs are not transferred from one to another office, however requests from LDCs for transfer on different gournds. So far there is no guidelines in the regard. The matter has been considered by the Ministry and decided to frame transfer guidelines for LDCs as under…

 

Directorate of Estates Transfer Orders Dec 2014

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Review of Automated System of Allotment [ASA] -Cancellation of enblock Change Waiting List

Review of Automated System of Allotment [ASA] -Cancellation of enblock Change Waiting List

No.12035/16/2010-Pol.II
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates
Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi – 110 108.

Dated the 8th December, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub : Review of Automated System of Allotment [ASA] – cancellation of enblock change waiting list placed above the unified waiting lists in Types I to IV General Pool Residential Accommodation

The undersigned is directed to refer to the Directorate of Estates O.M. of even number dated 22.12.2010 and 18.11.2011 vide which the then change waiting list [which was based on first-come-first-serve principle] of allottees, who technically accepted the allotted accommodation, for Type I to IV general pool residential accommodation were frozen and placed en block senior to the unified waiting lists prepared as per the new guidelines for Automated System of Allotment [ASA] for change allotments in Type I to IV accommodations.

2. The matter has been reviewed and it has been decided with the approval of the competent authority that the enblock change waiting lists for Type I to IV accommodation placed above the unified waiting lists shall be cancelled immediately. Change as well as initial allotments in Type I to IV accommodation shall be made from the unified waiting lists prepared for the purpose as per the extant rules and guidelines with effect from January, 2015. The existing allottees who had earlier applied for change after furnishing technical acceptance of allotment before introduction of Automated System of Allotment and who were placed enblock above the unified waiting lists, shall now have to apply afresh for change of allotment in respect of Type I to IV general pool residential accommodation.

(M.K.Sharma)
Deputy Director of Estates

2306 1983

Source:http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20370.pdf

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Aadhar No. linked to all applications of eAwas-Directorate of Estates

Aadhar No. linked to all applications of eAwas-Directorate of Estates

No.12035/11/2013-Pol.ll
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi-110 108

Dated the 2nd December,2014-12-11

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Request to all existing allottees and new applicants for General Pool Residential Accommodation for providing Aadhar [UID] numbers in e-Awas (Automated System of Allotment) of the Directorate of Estates.

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The undersigned is directed to say that the Government has decided to link Aadhar [UID] numbers of Government servants who are occupying General Pool residential accommodation (GPRA) all over the country. Accordingly, all the existing allottees of General Pool residential accommodation shall enter their Aadhar [UID] numbers in their accounts in e-Awas at the earliest. New applicants for General Pool residential accommodation shall enter their Aadhar [UID] numbers in online forms while applying for residential accommodation.

2. All Ministries / Departments of the Government of India are requested to give wide circulation of these instructions among its employees for their compliance.

(Swarnali Banerjee)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)
Phone : 2306 2505

Source-http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20369.pdf

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Terms and Conditions for Allotment of Holiday Homes and Touring Officers Hostel

Terms and Conditions for Allotment of Holiday Homes and Touring Officers Hostel

 

IMMEDIATE

No. D-11016/71/2014-Region

Government of India

Ministry of Urban Development

Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi

Dated 25.11.2014

Office Memorandum

 

Subject: Terms & Conditions of Online Booking of Accommodation of Holiday Homes and Touring Officer’s

Hostels under Ministry of Urban Development/Directorate of Estates.

 

It has been decided to commence online payment of online booking of accommodation of holiday homes/touring officers’ hostels/guest houses w.e.f. 1st December, 2014 and accordingly, Terms & Conditions for the same has been laid down as follow:

  1. 2. Definition:
  • Applicant/Customer/Common Customer means Sitting Member of Parliament, Serving/Retired Central Government Employees, Serving/retired employees of State Government/Union Territories/Central/State PSUs/Autonomous/Statutory Bodies employees.
  • Family means spouse/dependent family member of Government servant.
  • Guest means persons other than mentioned at sub para (ii) above.
  • Booking means granting permission to applicants/visitors vide Confirmation Slip by Directorate of Estates for occupying rooms/suits of holiday homes/touring officers hostels for specified period subject to authentication of personal details appearing in Confirmation Slip by administrative office of the applicants.
  1. Eligibility for booking: All applicants mentioned at para 2(i) will be eligible for holiday homes/touring officers hostels/guest houses for themselves and their spouse/dependent family members and guests. Applicant/officers drawing Grade Pay of not less than Rs. 8700 will be eligible for VIP suites of Grand Hotel Shimla while Gazetted Officers drawing grade pay not below Rs. 4600/- will be eligible for VIP suites of other holiday homes/touring officers respectively. All applicants will be eligible for other types/units of room/suites.
  1. Time Limit for Online Booking.
  • Serving Central Government employees can book accommodation 30 (Thirty) days in Advance from the Check-in-date.
  • Retired Central Govt. Employees can book 15 (Fifteen) days in advance from the Check-in-date.
  • Other applicants can book 7 (seven) days in advance from the Check-in-date.
  1. Priority in Booking: Booking will be made through automated online system primarily on ‘first-come first-serve’ basis subject to fulfilment of prescribed eligibility, time limit and payment of booking charges, etc.
  1. Issue of Booking confirmation Slip: Confirmation Slip, after complete online process and successful/complete payment of booking charges to Directorate of Estates for the specified booking period by the applicant through debit card/credit card (subject to activation) and internet banking, will be generated online and applicant will be required to take out print for the same for displaying/submitting to caretaker/concerned authority of holiday home/touring officer’s hostels to occupy the accommodation for specified booking period. Applicants have to use their own debit card/credit card/net banking for booking.
  1. Submission of online application: Applicants will fill up all fields of online application. They have to upload a colour passport photo, a copy of ID Card issued by their present employers and in case of retired employee, a copy of PPO or Pensioner ID Card. Mandatory filed including applicants’ Permanent Account Number (PAN), Aadhar Card Number, Date of Birth, Personal Mobile No., Office Telephone No, etc. Will not be left blank. After filling up all fields, the applicant has to submit the application form and thereafter, the system will lead to Payment Gate Way. After successful payment of booking charges to Directorate of Estates/Booking Agency, booking request will be processed as per prescribed procedure and agreement with the Axis Bank/any other Bank, confirmation slip will be displayed along with Booking ID No. A copy of confirmation slip can also be generated after filling Booking ID No. And PAN/ID Card No. In the relevant box.
  1. Rooms not occupied after confirmed booking: After the confirmed booking, cancellation is not permitted.
  1. Refund: There is no provision for refund of booking charges even if the accommodation is not occupied or partly occupied or vacated early. No correspondence in this regard will be entertained.
  1. Failed Transactions: In case of failed transactions. Applicants will have to claim to Axis Bank/concerned Bank itself and Directorate of Estates will have no role in failed transactions.
  1. Collection and Crediting of Booking Charges by Bank: Authorised Bank by Directorate of Estates will collect booking charges through their payment gate way and credit the same in the Government account(Directorate of Estates/Ministry of Urban Development) specified for the said purpose. In case of failed transactions, the concerned Bank has to settle with the customer directly.
  1. Booking Charges: Booking charges will be applicable in terms of Directorate of Estates Office Memorandum No. D-11028/23/82-Regions (Vol. II) dated 10th July, 2012 till the further revision of the rates charges. In addition to booking charges, customers have to also pay transaction charges/convenience charges/service charges per agreement with Axis Bank and RBI guidelines in this regard. In case applicant himself/herself is not visiting to holiday homes/touring officer’s hostels,normal booking charges will be applicable for spouse/dependent family members while private charges will be applicable for guests.
  1. Transaction Charges/Service Charges/Convenience Charges: These charges have to be paid to concerned bank. Axis Bank will separate theses charges from booking charges and only booking charges will be credited into Government account by Axis Bank or as per specific agreement made in this regard.
  1. Booking of more than one room: Only one room/suite will be booked in the name of applicant/spouse for the same period and same holiday home/touring officer’s hostel/guest house. There is no provision for allotment of more than one room/suite. However, in exceptional circumstances, additional room will be provided on payment of booking charges/rent @ rate of private charges at the sole discretion of the Allotting Authority and subject of availability. However, there will be no advance booking more than five days in advance from check-in date in such cases.
  1. Period of booking: Accommodation is provided for a period not exceeding 5 nights. In Holiday Homes/Touring Officer’s Hostels/Guest Houses at Mussurie and Goa which have very few units but attract visitors throughout the year, the period of stay has further been restricted to 3 nights maximum. In exceptional cases, accommodation in excess of this limit can be permitted with the prior approval of competent authority.
  1. Fraudulent Booking: Only eligible applicants are entitled for booking of holiday homes/touring officer’s hotels/guest houses. In case fraudulent booking, following action will be taken:

(i)            Booking will be invalid and visitors will not be allowed to enter in the holiday homes/touring  officer’s hostels/guest houses.

(ii)           Booking charges will be forfeited and three times of booking amount will be levied as penalties from the applicants/visitors.

FIR will be lodged under relevant penal provisions of IOC.

(Fraudulent booking means wrong information provided by the applicant intentionally).

  1. Emergency Quota: Director of Estates/Allotting Authority is authorized to keep any room in reserve to meet urgent requirements of unforeseen nature or to accommodate VIPs and/or Senior Officers. The Allotting Authority is empowered to reduce the period of booking, or to cancel the booking altogether, or change the previously booked room, to meet such emergent requirements.
  2. Check-out time: 9 AM and Check-in time: 11 AM to 12:00 noon. However, to avoid inconvenience to the visitors who reach the destination early in the morning after night journeys, the occupants are advised to vacate the rooms at the earliest on the last day of stay.
  1. Right to Admission: The entry to the Holiday Home/Touring Officers’ Hotels/Guest Houses will be strictly on production of valid Identity Card/PAN Card issued by the Government and the attested/verified details mentioned in the application form and confirmation letter by the concerned administrative office. Entry to holiday homes/touring officers will be allowed only after depositing/submission of valid booking slip/authority slip along with verified application form and production of Identity Card.
  2. Booking not transferable: Because of security considerations, the entry to the Holiday Home/Hostel will be restricted to the person whose name appears on the booking slip and his/her dependent family members & guests. The caretaking staff is authorized to disallow provision of accommodation if the applicant is not present physically at the time of checking in, even though he is carrying the confirmation slip. Likewise the entry of the additional persons accompanying the authorized visitor can also be refused.
  3. Identity Card in case applicant himself/herself is not visiting:

(a)          Dependent family members: if not accompanying the Government servant/applicants, they must carry along with confirmation slip/letter, (a) a photocopy of the Government servant’s Identity card and Pan Card, (b) Proof of their own identity specifying their relationship with the government servant, and (c) Certificate of Dependence issued by administrative authority of the applicant. A copy of the CGHS card containing their photographs can also be accepted for applicants covered under CGHS scheme.

(b)          Guest: Guests must carry along with confirmation letter/slip, a self attested photocopy of the Government servant’s Identity card and (b) proof of their own identity otherwise the will not be allowed to enter in the holiday homes/touring office’s hostels/guest houses.

  1. Retired Government servants availing the facility of Holiday homes/Touring Officers Hostels: As the entries in the Check-in/Arrivals Register are to be made by the Retired Government servant in their own writing, the presence of retired government servant is necessary at the time of checking in. A photocopy of the PPO should also be presented at the time of checking in.
  2. Capacity of rooms: The capacity of double bedded room is two persons, four bedded room is four persons, VIP suites in Grand Hotel Shimla is four persons and VIP suites in other holiday homes/touring officers hostels is tow persons. In addition to above, two persons/children are allowed in the room/suit if the applicant desires for the same, however, the booking agency/caretaker will not provide additional facilities in such cases.
  1. Facilities: The caretaking staff will provide to the guests the following items only once at the time of the rooms : toilet soap (small) – one, washed towel – one, washed bed-sheet/bed-cover-one set, washed pillow covers-one set, fresh toilet-paper roll. The guests are advised to make their own arrangement for additional needs as per their requirement.
  1. Occupation after booking period: Occupation of the room, after expiry of the booking period, will be unauthorized. Such occupant(s) are liable to face eviction by the caretaking staff without any prior notice, and imposition of damages.
  1. Washing charges: The caretaker is authorized to charge washing charges @ Rs. 30 per day room from the occupants and issue receipt. The fund so collected will be kept in the custody of the JE/Caretaker concerned and will be used for washing the towels, bed-sheets, curtains, quilts regularly.
  1. Catering facility: The catering charges wherever available will be settled by the guests with the caterer of the Holiday Home/household staff directly before check-out.
  1. Feed-back: Any complaints/suggestions regarding maintenance, house-keeping, catering or misconduct on part of the caretaking staff should be brought to the notice of the Director of Estate, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi, and/or the Allotting Authority in writing.
  1. Cooking and intoxicating is strictly prohibited in the rooms of Holiday Homes/Touring Officers’ Hostels.
  1. Proper Decorum: The Guests are advised to maintain decency and decorum throughout the stay period. Causing inconvenience/disturbance to other inmates through noise or rowdy behaviour will be dealt with sternly. Consumption of intoxicants in the premises is strictly prohibited.
  1. Pets are not allowed in the Holiday Homes/Touring Officers’ Hostels.
  1. Damage to property: The occupants will be liable to make good of any damage/loss to property, fixture, fittings and furniture during the period of their stay in the Holiday Home/Hostel.
  1. Visitors of the Guests: No unauthorized person(s) will be allowed to stay with or visit the Guests in the Holiday Home/Touring Officer’s Hostel/Guest House.
  1. Breach of Conditions: In case, the accommodation is not vacated on the expiry of the period or for breach of any terms and conditions stated above, the occupants will be summarily evicted physically, with force if necessary, without any notice, under Section 3-A of the Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorized Occupants) Act of 1971, notwithstanding any other action that may be taken against him/her under the relevant Allotment Rules/Service Rules. They will also liable to pay market rate of licence fee as damages.

WARNING: Unauthorised/in-eligible persons are not allowed for booking of holiday homes/touring officer’s hostels and any attempt would be treated as fraudulent booking and such persons will be held responsible and action will be taken under Information Technology Act, 2000 & its Regulations and Indian Penal Code (IPC). All applicants are advised to use their own debit card/credit card/internet banking.

  1. DISCLAIMER: There is no provision for refund of booking charges even if the rooms/suits remain unutilised or vacated early by the applicant. Claim of Charge back will not be considered/permitted/allowed by the Bank.

(M.K. Sharma)

Deputy Director of Estates (Region)

To,

NIC, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi: For taking necessary action and uploading on the wessite of holiday homes i.e. www.holidayhomes.nic.in

 

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Grant of Dearness Relief to Railway pensioners/family pensioners- Revised rate effective from 01.07.2014

Grant of Dearness Relief to Railway pensioners/family pensioners- Revised rate effective from 01.07.2014:-

Government of India
Ministry of Railways
(Railway Board)

S.NO. PC-Vl/347

RBE NO. 114 /2014

No. PC-Vl/2008/l/7/2/2

New Delhi, dated 20.10.2014

The GMs/CAO(R)
All Zonal Railways & Production Units.
(as per mailing, list)

Sub: Grant of Dearness Relief to Railway pensioners/family pensioners- Revised rate effective from 01.07.2014.

A copy of Office Memorandum No. 42/10/2014-P&PW (G) dated 29.09.2014 of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions (Department of Pension and Pensioners” Welfare) on the above subject is enclosed for your information and necessary action. These orders will apply mutatis mutandis on the Railways also.
2. A concordance of DOP&PW‘s instructions referred to in the enclosed Office Memorandum and Railway Board’s correspond instructions below:-

S.No. Para No. No. & date of Deptt. of Pensions & Pensioners Welfare’s O.M.  No. & date of corresponding order issued by Railway Board
1. 1 (iii) O.M. No. 42/10/2014 – P&PW (G) dated 09.04.2014. PC-Vl/2008/I/7/2/2 dated 22.04.2014
2. 2 (iii) O.M. No. 23/1/97-P&P(B) dated 23.02.1998
(iv) O.M. No. 23/3/2008-P&PW (B) dated 15.09.2008
N.A.
3. 3 (iii) O.M. No. 4/59/97-P&PW(D) dated 14.07.1998
(iv) O.M. No. 4/29/99-P&PW(D) dated 12.07.2000
(iii) F(E)/III/96/PNI/9 dated 18.08.1998
(iv) F(E)III/96/PNI/9 dated 02.08.2000
4. 5 (iii) O.M. No.. 45/73/97-P&PW (G) dated 02.07.1999
(iv) O.M. No. 38/88/2008-P&PW (G) dated 09.07.2009
(iii) F(E)III/99/PNI/21 dated 05.08.1999
(iv) F(E)IIII/2008/PNI/13 dated 20.07.2009

3. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate ofthe Ministry of Railways.

DA: As above

(Vikram Gulati)
Director, Pay Commission-II
Railway Board.
No. PC-‘VI/2008/I/7/2/2
New Delhi, dated 20.10.2014
DR+to+Rly+Pensioners=engp1+RBE_114_142
DR Order for Railway Pensioner

Source: http://scm-bps.blogspot.in/2014/10/grant-of-dearness-relief-to-railway.html

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Out of turn allotment of Ground Floor accommodation to applicants with disabilities

Out of turn allotment of Ground Floor accommodation to applicants with disabilities

Guidelines for discretionary out of turn allotments of general pool residential accommodation in Delhi — allotment of ground floor residential accommodation to the applicants with disabilities under discretionary quota on medical grounds:-

No. 12035/2/97.Pol II(Vol III)
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi — 110 108.
Dated the 7 October, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Guidelines for discretionary out of turn allotments of general pool residential accommodation in Delhi — allotment of ground floor residential accommodation to the applicants with disabilities under discretionary quota on medical grounds.

The undersigned is directed to refer to Department of Personnel and Training OM. No.36O35/3/2013.Es(Res) dated 31.3.2014 and to say that it has been decided by the competent authority that preferably ground floor accommodation will be allotted to the applicants with disabilities under the discretionary allotments on out of turn basis on medical grounds as per the extant guidelines of the Directorate of Estates issued vide O.M.No.12035/2/97Pol(pt) dated 17.11.1997.

(Roop Lal)
Deputy Director of Estates

Source : http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20364.pdf

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Procedures for claiming HRA on Transfer with connection of Government Accommodation

Grant of House Rent Allowance to Central Government Employees on Transfer from one station to another station – MoD orders

Tele : 23012408
No. A/81397/DGQA/ADM/RMD (CW)

9 Oct 2014

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
DGQA/ADM/RMD (CW)

GRANT OF HRA TO CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ON TRANSFER FROM ONE STATION TO ANOTHER – INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING

1. As per the instructions contained in Min of finance (Departments of Expenditure) OM No. 11014/2/Ell(B)/82 dt 19 Mar 1983 read in conjunction with Min of Finance OM No. F2(37)-Ell(B)/64 dt 27 Nov 1965, ” A Government servant, who, on transfer, has been permitted to retain Government accommodation at the old station on payment of normal rent or penal rent or retains Government accommodation unauthorisedly on payment of market rent etc, will not be entitled to HRA at the new station for the period beyond 8 months from the date of his transfer”.

2. It may be ensured that the provisions and procedures for claiming HRA as per MoF letters under reference and after obtaining NAC as governed by SRO-31 for DGQA Pool of Accommodation.

3. This may be disseminated to all Establishments under your control for information and necessary action.

4. This has the approval of DGQA.

sd/-
(OP Singh)
Col
Dir (Works)

Source: www.dgqadefence.gov.in

HOUSE RENT ALLOWANCE, HRA, TRANSFER, TRANSFER OF GOVT EMPLOYEES

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400 new quarters made available & 37,000 more to be built for government employees in New Delhi

400 new quarters made available & 37,000 more to be built for government employees in New Delhi

400 new quarters made available for government employees in New Delhi

37,000 more to be built in four years to meet demand, says Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu

Shortfall in Lok Sabha accommodation pool will soon be overcome, said Shri Naidu

Minister asks CPWD to get efficient, transparent and accountable

Urban Development Minister Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu today inaugurated 400 quarters in Dev Nagar, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, for immediate allocation to the keenly awaiting central government employees. Central Public Works Department (CPWD) built these Type-III quarters at a cost of Rs.83 cr.

Speaking on the occasion, Shri Naidu said, the availability of housing stock in General Pool Residential Accommodation, under which houses are provided to central government employees, senior officials, Judiciary, Members of Parliament, Ministers etc., in the national capital is 59,293 as against the requirement of over one lakh dwelling units. The Minister informed that Urban Development Ministry will enable construction of over 37,000 houses in the next four years at a cost of about Rs.15,000 cr to meet the shortfall. He said, to address the shortfall in accommodation for members of Lok Sabha, 52 flats are being constructed on Dr.Bishamber Das Marg, and on their completion soon, housing needs of Lok Sabha members will be fully met.

Shri Venkaiah Naidu informed that under ‘Housing for All by 2022’ initiative of the government, about 30 million houses will be built in the urban areas of the country at a cost of about Rs.22.50 lakh crores, mostly through large scale private sector participation. He said, this is a challenging task, but not difficult.

Shri Venkaiah Naidu inspected another block of 384 houses under construction and instructed CPWD to make mandatory provision of solar heating panels, LED lighting, rain water harvesting, green belt and Green Building Code for all new construction projects.

Stating that CPWD is currently handling over 7,000 projects at a cost of over Rs.40,000 cr, Shri Venkaiah Naidu asked the construction major to get more efficient, transparent and accountable in its functioning, with emphasis on quality, timely completion of projects and proper utilization of its large manpower. He informed that under his direction, CPWD placed all information about 7,000 projects in public domain by posting them on its website so that public can scrutinize and monitor execution of projects. CPWD’s website enables public to post comments, complaints and photos for taking appropriate action.

Shri Venkaiah Naidu lamented that intervention at his level was required to get water supply to the large number of houses meant for government employees, whose construction was completed last year and were inaugurated today, after substantial delay.

The Minister informed that within five weeks of launching of Prime Minister’s Jan Dhan Yojana, over 6 crore new bank accounts were opened and this goes to prove that ‘if there is will, things will fall in place.’

Source :PIB

GOVERNMENT ACCOMMODATION, GOVERNMENT QUARTERS

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Guidelines for allotment of alternate general pool residential accommodation in the Automated System

Guidelines for allotment of alternate general pool residential accommodation in the Automated System of Allotment on declaration of a house unsafe/dangerous or re-development of government colonies or GPRA required for any other public purpose.

No. 12035/18/2014-Pol.II
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi -110 108.
Dated the 15th September, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Guidelines for allotment of alternate general pool residential accommodation in the Automated System of Allotment on declaration of a house unsafe/dangerous or re-development of government colonies or GPRA required for any other public purpose.

The undersigned is directed to refer the subject mentioned above and to say that henceforth allotments of alternate general pool residential accommodation to allottees on declaration of a house unsafe/dangerous or re-development of government colonies or GPRA required for any other public purpose shall be done through Automated System of Allotment [ASA] with effect from 16.9.2014.

2. It has been decided with the approval of the competent authority that in case of complete government colonies declared unsafe/dangerous, the allottees of such colonies shall be placed enbloc over the unified (change/initial) waiting list for same type of accommodation and the allottees may make preferences of houses in the ASA for allotment.

3. In cases where individual houses in Government colony are declared as unsafe/dangerous the alternate allotment of accommodation to be made on priority on the following basis:

a) Vacancies in the same locality or nearby locality to be identified for priority allotment where such occupants would be given priority in the same type of accommodation over unified (change/initial) waiting list.

b) The allottee of ground floor accommodation may apply for ground floor and above and the allottee of first floor above may apply for fist floor and above and allotment will be made accordingly.

c) Equal number of identified vacancies will be placed for allotment in ASA in relation to number of such unsafe/dangerous houses.

 

4. The request of allottee, whose residential accommodation declared as unsafe/dangerous by the concerned maintenance agency shall be entered into ‘Unsafe Accommodation Register’ of ASA by the concerned Allotment Section.

5. It has been further decided that where a house declared as unsafe/dangerous for living, the declaration will be by an officer not below the rank of an Executive Engineer, CPWD and he should satisfy himself before issue of certificate of declaration. The unsafe/dangerous house(s) may be reported to NIC, Directorate of Estates online by CPWD on such declaration.

6. It has also been decided that where an entire government residential colony is declared unsafe/dangerous for living by CPWD or required to be vacated for re-development, a certificate of declaration from DG, CPWD will only be accepted along with the work plan to make the colony habitable within a period of 3 years in consultation with Works Division of Ministry of Urban Development.

7. This OM supersedes the instructions of the Directorate of Estates O.M.No.12035(1)/91-Pol.II dated 21.2.1991 and O.M.No.12035/16/2005-Pol.IIdated 5.9.2005.

(Roop Lal)
Deputy Director of Estates

Source: www.estates.nic.in

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