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Grant of permission for journey performed by officers/officials in Airlines other than Air India

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Grant of permission for journey performed by Officers/Officials in Airlines other than Air India: CGDA Circular 29,30.11.2018

रक्षा लेखा महानियंत्रक,  उलान बटार रोड, पालम, दिल्ली कैंट – 110010
CGDA, Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt-110010

IMPORTANT CIRCULAR

No. AN/XIV/14162/TA/DA/LTC/Deviation/Vol-V

Dated: 30/11/2018

To
All PCsDA/ CsDA/ PCFA (Fys) / PIFAs /IFAs

Subject: - Grant of permission for journey performed by officers/officials in Airlines  other than Air India – Regarding

In continuation of this HQrs Office Important Circular of even no. dated 29.11.2018 following  amendment may please be carried out in Serial No. (5) of Annexure ‘A’

FOR                                      READ
IFA (R&D), Banglore        IFA (R&D) ECS, Banglore.
Add                                       Under
Gujrat State                        IFA (SC) Pune Sl. No. 3

All other entries will remain unchanged.

(Praveen Kumar Rai)
Sr.Dy. CGDA (AN)

CGDA Circular: Grant of permission for journey performed by Officers/Officials in Airlines other than Air India – reg.

CGDA, Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt-110010

IMPORTANT CIRCULAR

No. AN/XIV/14162/TA/DA/LTC/Deviation/Vol-V

Dated: 29/11/2018

To
All PCsDA / CsDA/ PCFA (Fys) / PIFAs / IFAs

Subject: – Grant of permission for journey performed by officers/officials in Airlines other than Air India -Regarding

The undersigned is directed to refer to HQrs office letter of even no. dated 30.06.2016 wherein IFA(WAC) Subroto Park, New Delhi has been nominated to deal with cases relating to Grant of permission for performing journeys by Officers / officials of DAD in Airlines other than Air India.

Consequent upon the request received from one of the Principal Controller regarding re-delegating the powers to more IFAs for convenience and effectiveness in working, the matter was examined in the HQrs office. Accordingly, the Competent Authority has decided to nominate the IFA’s as per Annexure ‘A’ to this letter for grant of permission for journeys performed by officers / officials of DAD in Air lines other than Air India.

Necessary action may please be taken by all the offices of DAD while processing the subject requests.

(Mustaq Ahmad)
Dy. CGDA (AN)

Copy to:
1. AN-IV (Local)
2. IT & S Wing : – For uploading on CGDA Website
3. MNB, AN-XIV

(Vijay Raina)
Sr.AO (AN)

Annexure ‘A’

(Referto HQrs No. AN/XIV/14162/Deviation.Vol-V) dt 29.11.2018

IFA authorized for grant of permission for journeys performed by officers /officials of DAD in air lines other than Air India

Serial No.
Name of IFA
Jurisdiction
Remarks
1
IFA(WC), Chandimandir
All offices located in State of Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan Jammu & Kashmir
2
IFA(CC), Lucknow
All offices located in Utter Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttrakhand
3
IFA (SC), Pune
All Offices located in state of Maharashtra, Goa
4
IFA(EC), Kolkata
All Offices located in state of West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa Jharkhand and North East Region, Andman & Nicobar
5
IFA(R&D), Bangalore
All Offices located in State of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh & Telangana
6
IFA(WAC), Subroto Park New Delhi
All Offices located in Delhi & NCR Region and leave arrangement officers also in respect of all IFA (from sl. No 1 to 5) self claims.
7
IFA(Army-Q), Sena Bhawan New Delhi
Leave arrangement in absence of IFA (WAC) for self claims.

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Travel entitlements of Government employees for the purpose of LTC post Seventh Central Pay Commission (7th CPC)

Travel entitlements of Government employees for the purpose of LTC post Seventh Central Pay Commission (7th CPC)

CGDA

No. AN/XIV/ 19015/Govt. Orders/TA/DA/LTC/Medical/2018

28.11.2018

Sub: Travel entitlements of Government employees for the purpose of LTC post Seventh Central Pay Commission – clarification reg.

A Copy of Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions (Department of Personnel and Training) Office Memorandum No. 31011/08/2017-Estt.A-IV dated 18.10.2018 on the above subject is forwarded herewith for your information, guidance and compliance please.

 

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Submission of response on alleged irregularities through proper channel

CGDA: Submission of response on alleged irregularities through proper channel

Office of the Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt-110010

No. AN-1/1184/394

Date: 27.11.2018

To,
All PCsDA/CsDA/PIFAs/PCA (Fys)/ CFA (Fys)

Subject: Submission of response on alleged irregularities through proper channel.

As per existing provisions of vigilance manual, during the preliminary enquiry the public servant concerned is given an opportunity to say what he has to say about the allegations leveled against him to find out if he is in a position to give any satisfactory information or explanation. Thereafter, further course of action is taken by competent authority.

2. During examination of certain cases received from Ministry/ OFB/ CVC, it has been observed that concerned officials submitted their response directly to authorities outside department by whom the version was sought for. In such cases facts of the cases are not intimated to the department. In the absence of complete details of the case, processing of the case at later stage becomes complicated.

3. In this regard it is reiterated that whenever, any official of this organization is directed to submit his/her response on alleged irregularities by any other department/agency, the concerned official should submit his/her response through proper channel i.e through CsDA/PCsDA/PIFAs/PCA (Fys) to the CGDA for onward

4. Strict compliance to aforesaid procedure may be ensured.

(Juhi Verma)
Sr.ACGDA (AN)

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CGDA: Admissibility of SPORTS tour package to Lakshadweep Islands on ships operated by its Administration on LTC

Admissibility of SPORTS tour package to Lakshadweep Islands on ships operated by its Administration on LTC

CGDA

No. AN/XIV/ 19015/Govt. Orders/TA/DA/LTC/Medical/2018

27.11.2018

To,
All PCsDA/CsDA/PCA (Fys)

Sub: Admissibility of SPORTS (Society for Promotion of Nature Tourism and Sports) tour package to Lakshadweep Islands on ships operated by Lakshadweep Administration on LTC.

A Copy of Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions (Department of Personnel and Training) Office Memorandum No. 31011/10/2017-Estt.A-IV dated 11.10.2018 on the above subject is forwarded herewith for your information, guidance and compliance please.

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7th CPC House Building Advance – Loan Migration – CGDA

7th CPC House Building Advance – Loan Migration – CGDA

Interest Bearing Advances/Seventh Central Pay Commission recommendation on migration of existing government employees who have already taken Home Laons from Bank / Other Financial Institutions

Office of the Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt – 10

No.AN/VII/7117/GPF/2018-19

Dated: 19.11.2018

Sub: Interest bearing advances/Seventh Central Pay Commission recommendation on migration of existing government employees who have already taken Home Laons from Bank / Other Financial Institutions – reg.

A copy of Government of Idia, Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs, Housing-II Section OM No.I-17011/11(4)/2016-H.III dated 31.01.2018 on the subject is enclosed herewith for your information and disseminating under your organisation.

sd/-
(B.Chandra)
Accounts Officer (Admin)

7th CPC HBA – Migration of Existing Employees – MoHUA Orders on 31.1.2018

1-17011/11(4)/2016-H.III
Government of India
Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs
Housing-III Section

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi,
Dated:31.01.2018

Office Memorandum

Subject: Interest bearing advances/ Seventh Central Pay commission on migration Of existing government employees who have already taken Home Loans from Banks’ other Financial Institutions – reg.

Kind attention is invited to para 2(viii) of this Ministry’s OM. No. l- 17011/11 (4)/2016-H.III dated 09.11-2017 on the above-mentioned subject regarding fulfilment of extant conditions, extant conditions are clarified as follows.

a) Before granting such House Building Advance. the Head of the Department

i) Should satisfy himself that the home loans were taken by the government employee entirely for purpose of construction / purchase of new house/ flat.

ii) Should ensure that the House Building Advance sanctioned is to tie amount of loan still due to be repaid by the government employee

b) House Building Advance can be availed towards repayment of bank loan taken for the purpose of construction/ purchase of new house/ flat.

C) Employee shall be eligible for grant Of House Building Advance on the date she obtained loans from banks and other financial institutions, irrespective of whether they applied for House Building Advance before raising he loan.

d) House Building Advance fry repayment of loans Shall be granted to the Eligible employees in one lump sum. However, the Government employee shall produce the HBA Utilisation Certificate within one month the date of release of HBA

e) Employee has to satisfy tie other provisions of the House Building Advance Rules -2017.

sd/-
(Shailendra Vikram Singh)
Director(FD)

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Adherence to time limits in processing of disciplinary cases

Adherence to time limits in processing of disciplinary cases: CVC Circular

Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt 110010

No. AN/XIII/13006/Vol-XXII

Dated 12.09.2018

To
All PCsDA/CsDA
(Through Website)

Sub: Adherence to time limits in processing of disciplinary cases-reg.

A copy of CVC Circular no. 07/07/18 dated 26.07.2018, on the above subject is forwarded herewith for information, guidance, compliance and notice of all concerned.

(Mustaq Ahmad)
Dy. CGDA (AN)

CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION
Satarkta Bhawan, G.P.O. Complex,
Block A, INA, New Delhi – 110023

No. 000/VGL/18

dated 26.07.2018

Circular No.07/07/18

Subject: Adherence to time limits in processing of disciplinary cases – reg.

Reference: (i) Commission’s Letter No.000/VGL/18 dated 23.05.2000
(ii) Commission’s Office Order No.51/08/2004 dated 10.08.2004
(iii) Commission’s Circular No.02/01/2016 dated 18.01.2016

The Commission has been emphasizing from time to time on the need for expeditious completion of disciplinary proceedings. The model time limits for investigation of complaints and for different processes of disciplinary proceedings have been laid down in Commission’s letter of even number dated 23rd May 2000.

2. The Commission would like to invite the attention of the Administrative Authorities Disciplinary Authorities to the undue delays in finalizing vigilance cases especially the conduct of disciplinary proceedings despite having a built in time line for every activity. Further, such unexplained delays lead to Central Administrative Tribunals and the High Courts quashing the Charge-sheet(s) on the sole ground that the concerned Disciplinary Authorities had issued charge-sheets to the delinquents after very long periods of commission of alleged misconduct etc. and also for unexplained delays in conducting disciplinary inquiries.

3. Timely completion and finalization of disciplinary proceedings is the prime responsibility of the Disciplinary Authority/Administrative Authorities concerned in all Departments/ Organizations. More so, such long delays in finalizing disciplinary matters are not only unjust to officials who may be finally exonerated, but helps the guilty to evade punitive action. The Commission had earlier vide its circular no.02/01/2016 dated 18/01/2016 emphasized on the various steps needed to be taken by all concerned obviating delays at different stages of the process right from investigation to finalization of disciplinary proceedings by way of regular monitoring of these cases/matters.

4. The Commission while reiterating the above said instructions would impress upon all concerned that the time limits prescribed by the Commission/DoPT for processing disciplinary cases at various stages may be strictly adhered to. All disciplinary authorities in each Ministry/Department/Organization need to regularly monitor the progress of individual disciplinary cases and take necessary steps as deemed appropriate to ensure that the disciplinary proceedings are completed within prescribed time-limits and are not unduly delayed.

5. All CVOs are also therefore advised to apprise the concerned officers regarding the above guidelines for compliance in monitoring progress/ handling disciplinary proceedings.

Sd/-
(M.A. Khan)
Officer on Special Duty

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Payment of Legal Fee to Central Government Counsels

Clearance of Doubt regarding Payment of Legal Fee

Office of Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt – 110 010.

No.: LC/Advocate Fee Bill/Vol.II

Dated: 27.09.2018

To

All PCsDA/PCA(Fys) /CsDA/CFAs

Subject:-Payment of Legal Fee to Central Govt. Counsels – clarification reg.

With reference to the existing provisions relating to payment of Legal Fee to Central Govt. Counsels, certain doubts raised by the office of PCDA have been taken-up with the Ministry of Law & Justice, Department of Legal Affairs (Judicial Section) for clarification/guidelines. Based on the clarifications received, the summary of the points of doubt and clarification are as given below:-

No. Existing provisions and point of doubt Clarification
(i) The revised fee structure applicable to Govt. Counsels of Supreme Court/ High Court/CAT/Distt. Courts has been notified by Min. of Law & Justice, Dept. of Legal Affairs vide their OM bearing No. 26(1)/2014/Judl. dated 01.10.2015. As per the said OM dated 01.10.2015, payment of legal fee for

non-effective hearings in a case has been restricted to five (05) and payment of legal fee for Conferences in a case has been restricted to four (04).

Point of Doubt

In case, the Govt. Counsel has been changed during the pendency of a case who has already been paid for maximum number of non-effective hearings & conference, whether the newly appointed Govt. Counsel can be paid fee for another five (05) non-effective hearings & (04) conference or not.

The OM No.26(1)/2014-Judl. Dated 01.10.2015 itself restricts the payment to a maximum of five non- effective hearings. Hence, a new counsel appointed during the pendency of a case will not be eligible for payment for non-effective hearings in case the limit of five as stated in above in above- mentioned OM is exhausted.
(ii) In case, a proxy Counsel has appeared on behalf of nominated Govt. Counsel, Whether legal fee {effective or non effective} can be paid to the CGSC for hearings appeared by proxy counsel. When proxy/private counsel has appeared on behalf of the Govt. Counsel in a matter, such nominated counsel is not entitled to payment of fee bill.

The relevant OM dated 01/10/2015 is available on the website of the Ministry of Law & Justice, Department of Legal Affairs.

2. All the legal fee bills of Govt. Counsels may be regulated accordingly.

(Must Ahmad)
Dy. CGDA (AN)

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Condiment Expenditure – Implementation of 7th CPC Recommendations

Condiment Expenditure – Implementation of 7th CPC Recommendations

Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt – 110010
Ph No.011 – 25665577 FAX No. 011- 25674806.
(AUDIT-IX)
E-Mail: cgdanewdelhi@nic.in

AT/IX/9504/Condiment Exp

Dated: 14.09.2018

To,
All PCsDA/CsDA

Sub: Condiment Expenditure – Implementation of 7th CPC Recommendations

Please find enclosed a copy of Govt. of India , MoD letter No.21704/Q/ST-6(Condiments)/3240/D(QS)/2018 dated 28.06.2018 received under Standing Army Pay Commission Section, Addl Dte Gen Personnel Services, IHQ, MoD(Army) letter no CI70361 Aliowance/SAPCS/2018 dated 11.07.2018 for compliance and necessary action.

This issues with the approval of Sr.Jt.CGDA(IFA).

Sr.Accounts Officer

Copy to:-
EDP Cell(Local):- For uploading on CGDA Website.

No. 21704/Q/ST-6(Condiments)/3240/D(QS)/2018
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
New Delhi dated the 28th June, 2018

To
The Chief of the Army Staff,
New Delhi

Subject: CONDIMENT EXPENDITURE – IMPLEMENTATION OF 7TH CPC RECOMMENDATIONS

CORRIGENDUM

In partial modification to GoI, MoD Order No. 21704/Q/ST-6(Condirnents)/538/D(QS)/2018, dated 01.02.2018, the following may be read:

Para1 FOR

” I am directed to refer to MoD Order No. 21704/Q/ST-56/5100/D(QS) dated 12th October, 2015 and to convey the sanction of the President of India for continuation of Rs. 103.30 per man per month for Condiment Allowance till 30.06.2017. Consequent to the decision taken by Government on recommendations of the 7th CPC’s after abolition of Condiment Allowance, Condiment Expenditure entitled to Defence Service personnel would be Rs. 89.78 per man per month with effect from 01.07.2017″

READ

” I am directed to refer to MoD Order No. 21704/Q/ST-56/5100/D(QS) dated 12th October; 2015 and to convey the sanction of the President of India POI- continuation of Rs. 103.30 per man per month for Condiment Allowance till 30.06.2017. Consequent to the decision taken by Government on recommendations of the 7th CPC’s after abolition of Condiment Allowance, Condiment Expenditure entitled to Defence Service personnel is hereby enhanced to Rs.119.26 per month/man with effect from 01.07.2017 ”

Para 4 FOR

” The above changes will also be applicable to Indian Air Force and Indian Navy. ”

READ

“Stands deleted”

2. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Finance) vide ID No. 14(1)/2000/QB/97 dated 13.06.2018.

Yours faithfully,
(KAMAL KANT)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

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Prohibition on bringing any political or outside influence by Government servant or by their close relatives in respect of service matters

Prohibition on bringing any political or outside influence by Govt. servant or by their close relatives

CGDA Government servant

Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt 110010

No. AN/XIII/13006Nol-XXII

Dated 12.09.2018

To
The PCsDA/CsDA
The PIFAs/IFAs

(Through website)

Subject: Prohibition on bringing any political or outside influence by Govt. servant or by their close relatives in respect of service matters.

Reference: This HQrs letter bearing No. even dated 30.05.2017.

Please refer to the communication cited under reference containing guidelines regarding representation from Government servants on service matters. As per existing instructions, wherever, in any matter connected with his service rights or conditions, a Government servant wishes to press a claim or to seek redressal of a grievance, the proper course for him is to address his immediate official superior, or Head of his office, or such other authority at the appropriate level who is competent to deal with the matter in the organization.

2. However, it has been observed that instances of bringing outside as well as political influence by the official and their close relatives in matters like transfer etc. are on the rise. Such trend has been viewed seriously and the officials concerned may be liable for disciplinary action for such transgression and violation of provisions of CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964.

3. In this context, attention is also invited to DOP&T OM bearing F.No.11013/08/2013-Est(A-111) dated 31.08.2015.

4. The contents of this communication may be disseminated to all officers/ staff serving in your organization.

(Mustaq Ahmad)
Dy. CGDA(Admin)

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Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 (PRwD Act, 2016)

Equal Opportunity Policy & Appointment of Grievance Redressal Officer under Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act

Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt.-110010

AN/ III/ 3012/ Circular/ Vol.VII

dt. 18.06.2018

To
All PCsDA/ PCA(Fys) / PIFAs/ CsDA/ CsDA/ CsFA/ IFAs
(through CGDA website)

Sub: Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 (PRwD Act, 2016)- regarding.

Please find enclosed a copy of D.O No. 16-3/CCD/ 2018 dt. 10th May 2018 of the Chief Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities (Divyangjan), Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment on the subject.

It is requested to intimate the action taken on the section/ provisions of the PRwD Act, 2016 as highlighted in the ibid DO letter and appoint Grievance Redressal Officer.

(Praveen Kumar Rai)
Sr. Dy. CGDA(AN)


Dr. Kamlesh Kumar Pandey
Chief Commissioner
Office of the Chief Commissioner for Persons
with Disabilities (Divyanjan)

Department of Empowerment of Persons
with Disabilities (Divyanjan)
Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
Govt. of India

No. 16-3/CCD/2018

10th May, 2018

Dear Shri Mitra,
As you are aware that the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995 has now been repealed by the Rights of Person with Disabilities Act, 2016 (RPwD Act, 2016). The following Sections in the new RPwD Act, 2016 mandates the establishments to take necessary action at their end.

(a) Equal Opportunity Policy:

Section 21. (1) Every establishment shall notify equal opportunity policy detailing measures proposed to be taken by it in pursuance of the provisions of this Chapter the manner as may be prescribed by the Central Government.

(2) Every establishment shall register a copy of the said policy with the Chief Commissioner or the State Commissioner, as the case may be.

(b) Appointment of Grievance Redressal Officer:

Section 23. (1) Every Government establishment shall appoint a Grievance Redressal Officer for the purpose of section 19 and shall inform the Chief Commissioner or the State Commissioner, as the case may be, about the appointment of such officer.

(2) Any person aggrieved with the non-compliance of the provisions of section 20 may file a complaint with the Grievance Redressal Officer, who shall investigate it and shall take up the matter with the establishment for corrective action.

(3) The Grievance Redressal Officer shall maintain a register of complaints in the manner as may be prescribed by the Central Government and every complaint shall be inquired within two weeks of its registration.

(4) If the aggrieved person is not satisfied with the action taken on his or her complaint, he or she may approach the District-Level Committee on disability.

2. Procedure for implementation of the above provisions is mentioned in detail in Rule 9 & 10 under Chaper- IV (Employment) of the Rights of persons with Disabilities, 2017 (copy of Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 and Rights or Person with Disabilities Rules, 2017 is available on this office website: www.ccdisabilities.nic.in).

3. You are requested to kindly intimate the action taken by your Ministry/Department and offices under your administrative control on above Sections/provisions in the Right of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 to this office at the earliest. It is also requested that information in respect of the organizations under your administrative control be sent co this office in compiled form.

With regards,
Yours sincerely,
(Dr Kamlesh Kumar Pandey)

Shri Sanjay Mitra
Secretary
Department of Defence
Ministry of Defence
South Block, New Delhi-110011

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Booking of CGHS Recovery into Heads of Defence Accounts

Booking of CGHS Recovery into Heads of Defence Accounts

CGHS

OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER GENERAL OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
ULAN BATAR ROAD, DELHI CANTT -110 010

No. A/1/11336/OBS/2017-18

Dated: 09.07.2018

To
PCsDA/CsDA (through website)

Subject: Booking of CGHS Recovery into Heads of Defence Accounts.

As per list of Major & Minor Heads of Accounts, recovery on accounts of CGHS contribution should be booked under Receipt Head 0210.01.103.00.00 {code heads 094/16-Defence, 095/16-MoD(Civ) & 098/20-CSD}.

2. However, Test Audit of pay bills pertaining to Defence Civilians in one of our Controller Offices revealed that a recovery of CGHS subscription is being booked under MH-0076, Minor Head 800-Other receipts (code head 01/575/30). Similarly, CGHS contribution of Civilians of Navy and Air Force is being booked under MH-0077, Minor Head 800-other receipts (code head 01/670/30) and Major Head 0078, Minor Head 800-Other receipts (code head 01/710/30) respectively.

3. While your office is booking a significant amount under the code head 094/16, it may be possible that the recovery on account of Defence Civilians not being booked under the appropriate heads.

4. It is therefore, requested to review the booking on account of recovery of CGHS contribution by your office and furnish the practice being followed and code heads being used by your office for booking of said recovery in r/o both DAD & Non-DAD subscribers. The review may be completed by 27.06.2018.

(Sumit Gajbhiye)
Sr.ACGDA (A&B)

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Payment of Legal Fee to Central Govt. Counsels – clarification

Legal Fee payment to Central Govt. Counsels – CGDA Clarification

CGDA

 

Office of the Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt – 110 010.

No. : LC/Advocate Fee Bill/Vol.II

Dated: 15.05.2018

To
All PCsDA / PCA(Fys) / CsDA / CFAs

Subiect :- Payment of Legal Fee to Central Govt. Counsels – clarification reg.

With reference to the existing provisions relating to processing of Govt. Counsels Legal Fee bills, a few doubts have been raised by some of the PCsDA/CsDA. The same have been taken-up with the Ministry of Law & Justice, Department of Legal Affairs (Judicial Section) for clarification/guidelines. Based on the clarifications received, the summary of the points of doubt and clarification are as give below:-

No. Existing provisions and point of doubt Clarification
i) The revised fee structure applicable to Govt. Counsels of Supreme Court/High Court/CAT/Distt. Courts has been notified by Min. of Law & Justice, Dept. of Legal Affairs vide their OM bearing No. 26(1)/2014/Judl. dated 01.10.2015. While the fee is revised vide above said OM dated hearing. 01.10.2015, all the other terms & conditions contained in various earlier OMs dated 24.09.1999, 14.05.2001, 31.01.2008 and 01.09.2011 shall continue to remain applicable unless specifically revoked. As per Para 12 of general terms & conditions of payment (para 12 of “General”) in OMs dated 24.09.1999, “the fee will be payable in two stages firstly, 1/3’d fee after substantial action has been taken, i. e., first stage and secondly the remaining 2/3rd fee after the case has been decided, i.e. second stage”. Point of Doubt
As per the OM dated 01.10.2015, a sum of Rs. 9000/- per hearing besides other charges as applicable, is to be paid to the Govt. Counsel. In case the payment is to be regulated in two (02) parts, viz., 1/3rd and 213″, how to determine the total fee payable so as to determine 1/3rd & 2/3rd.
The fee of Rs. 9000/- is to be made per case per day for each day of the effective hearing.With the shift from per case basis to per hearing basis, the distinction of 1/3rd & 2/3rd has been done away with.
ii) In terms of Para 10(a) under “XIII-General” of OMs bearing No.24(2)/99-Judl, 25(3)/99-Judl, 26(1)/99-Judl & 26(2)/99-Judl all dated 24.09.1999,
“when the Counsel filed separate and materially different affidavits, applications or grounds of appeal etc. in more than Fee for identical than one case but the argument is heard in the main case and the other cases are decided accordingly, the Counsel shall be paid the full fee in the main case and Rs. 150/- in each of the connected case
Point of Doubt
Whether the rate of fee of Rs. 150/- has been revised thereafter or not.
The fee has not been & revised (High Courts & CATs).Note:- Fee for identical cases in r/o cases in High Courts and CATs not revised in Oms No. 23(2)/2011-Judl & 26(1)/2011-Judl both dated 01.09.2011.


However, for identical cases in r/o cases n District & Subordinate Courts, fee revised to Rs. 500/- vide OM No. 27(25)/2011-Judl. Dated 01.09.2011. The fee has further been revised to Rs. 750/- per suit for connected cases (maximum 3) vide OM No. 26(1)/2014/Judl dated 01.10.2015.
iii) Similarly, in terms of Para 10(b) of above said OMs dated 24.09.1999,
“when the main case has been contested as in (a) above but in the connected cases either affidavits or grounds of
an appeal or petition similar to the one in the main case or nothing at all has been drafted by the Counsel, he shall be paid the full fee in the main case and Rs. 75/- only in each of the connected cases “.Clarification sought
The revised rate of fee in place of Rs. 75/-, if revised, may be intimated.
The fee has not been revised.
iv) In terms of OM No. 26(1)/2014/Judl. dated 01.10.2015, Part-E, “Clerkage” @ 10% of total fee is payable in respect of cases pending before District & Subordinate Courts.Clarification sought
Whether “Clerkage” is payable to Govt. Counsels in
respect of cases pending before various benches of
CATs & High Courts.
Yes, Clerkage @ 10% is payable to the Counsels before various lbenches of CATs and High Courts.
v) Three (03) Contempt Petitions, viz. CP/18/2016, CP/209/2016 and CP/210/2016 are pending before CAT (PB), New Delhi and being defended by Govt. Counsel. The 03 CPs have been connected together during the hearing held on 27.09.2016. Prior to 27.09.2016, the cases are being handled separately and hearings held separately.Clarification sought
Whether the Legal Fee at normal/full rates can be paid to the Govt. Counsel for the hearings held prior to 27.09.2016. On 27.09.2016, the cases have been connected.
In the 3 Contempt Petition’s separate fee for each case shall be payable before 27.09.2016 and connected fee shall be paid thereafter.However, if the instant 3 CPs have been marked to different Counsels, separate fee shall be payable to each one of them even after 27.09.2016.
vi) The rates for Clerkage and typing charges in connected cases sought for. The rates of clerkage are specified in OMs available on Min. of Law – & Justice website. As regards, typing charges, OM. F.No.33(1)/2000-Judl dated 11.09.2000 may be referred to. Para 4 of said OM states as follows:-…………… (see annexure attached)
vii) Dept. of Legal Affairs vide their OM No. 33(1)/2000-Judl. dated 11.09.2000 has issued clarifications on certain issues, applicable to various High Courts/ CATs. As per Para 3 relating to identical cases, where more than ten (10) identical cases are in groups of ten (10) cases each may be made, treating one case in each group as the main case and other nine (09) cases as connected cases and pay the fee to Counsel.Clarification sought
Whether provision of bunching identical cases in applicable in District & Subordinate Courts.
The provisions contained in OM No. 33(1)/2000-Judl. Dated 11.09.2000 not applicable to Subordinate Courts (bunching in groups). Further, payments to be made in terms of OM No. 27(11)/99-Judl. dt. 24.09.1999 as amended by OM No. 26(1)/2014-Judl dt. 01.10.2015.

The relevant OMs are available on the website of the Ministry of Law & Justice, Department of Legal Affairs.

2. All the legal fee bills of Govt. Counsels may be regulated accordingly.

(Praveen Kumar Rai)
Sr. Dy. CGDA (AN)

Annexure
(Ref(vi) of Table)

4. Misc/Out of pocket expenses:-

In para 2(d) of this Department’s OM No’s F. No. 26(l)/99-Judl, F.No. 24(2)/99-Judl. and 26(2)/99-Judl. dated 24.09.1999, it is clearly stated that misc/out of pocket expenses Will be borne by the Ministry/ Department on whose behalf the Counsel conducts the case in the concerned Court. As regards ceiling, it may be stated that the Counsel is to be reimbursed the actual expenses incurred. Such expenses are to be paid to the Counsel by the concerned Department to their own satisfaction. For this purpose, if need be, the Counsel can be requested to furnish the details of the misc. expenses incurred. The other course could be that the misc. expenses are directly borne by the concerned Department so that the necessity to reimburse the misc. expenses to Government Counsel does not arise.

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Grant of financial upgradation under ACP/ MACP Scheme and Non Functional Grade to Pharmacists

Grant of financial upgradation under ACP/MACP Scheme and Non Functional Grade to Pharmacists: Clarification by PCA(Fys)

Circular – 03

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL CONTROLLER OF ACCOUNTS (FYS)
PAY TECH SECTION
10-A, S.K. BOSE ROAD, KOLKATA: 700001

No: Pay/Tech-I/01(6th CPC) Pharmacist

Dated: 13/04/2018

To
All CFAs / Br. AOs

Subject: Grant of financial upgradation under ACP/MACP Scheme and Non Functional Grade to Pharmacists.

The issue of grant of ACP/MACP to Pharmacists on acceptance of Fast Track Committee Report, the Government of India, vide Min of Fin, Deptt of Expenditure F. No. 1/1/2008-IC dated 18.11.2009 was referred to our HQrs office for clarifications on the following points.

(i) Whether the pharmacists (GP Rs2800/-) who have already been granted higher scale/GP (GP 4200/-) by virtue of ACP or otherwise prior to effective date of OM dated 18.11.2009 are again to be allowed Non Functional Upgradation (GP 4200/-) under the above provisions.

(ii) Further, doubt has been raised regarding mode of fixation of pay while on granting ACP after NFU, as in the case of Pharmacists, the scale/GP granted on account of NFU and the standard/common pay scales applicable for ACP in terms of Annexure-II are same and identical i.e. GP of Rs.4200/- in the PB-2.

In this regard a copy of CGDA No-AT/Il/2458-XXIII, dated 01/03/2018 received in this office clarifying the above points is forwarded herewith for information and necessary guidelines.

Sd/-
ACA (Fys)

Office of the Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt-11001

No. AT/II/2458-XXIII

Dated: 01 Mar 2018

To
The PCA (Fys)
Kolkata

Subject: Grant of financial upgradation under ACP/ MACP Scheme and Non Functional Grade to Pharmacists.

Reference: Your office letter No Pay/Tech-I/01 (6th CPC) Pharmacist dated 12-01-2017, 20-02-2017 and 14-09-2017.

The issue of grant of ACP/MACP to Pharmacists referred to HQrs Office vide your office letter dated 12-01-2017 has been examined in consultation with other PCsDA/CSDA. As regard to the first point of doubt referred by your office, it is viewed that grant of NFU (in the grade pay of Rs 4200/-) to the pharmacists who have already been granted GP of Rs 4200/- by virtue of ACP or otherwise as on 01-
01-2006 does not appear to be in tune with or supported by the orders regulating the grant of NFU.

2. Further, regarding second doubt raised by your office it is stated that the clarification given at S] No 2 of DOPT OM No 35()34/1/97-Estt (D) (Vol-IV) dated 10-02-2000 clearly stipulates that in cases where pay scale given as selection grade/in-situ promotion is not a part of hierarchy, the pay scale granted by virtue of selection grade/in-situ promotion may be treated to have withdrawn on grant of ACP. In View of the provisions ibid it is viewed that the pay scale/ grade pay of Rs 4200/- granted by virtue of NFU in the cases of pharmacists which is not a part of hierarchy may be treated to have withdrawn on grant of ACP.

This has the approval of Addl CGDA (PP&W).

Sd/-
(V K Purohit)
for CGDA

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CGDA: Review of hard and tenue stations

CGDA: Review of hard and tenue stations

 OFFICE OF CONTROLLER GENERAL OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
ULAN BATAR MARG. PALAM, DELHI CANTT – 110010

Circular No. 25012(1)(17)/AN-X/Unpopular

Dated: 28/03/2018

To
All PCsDA’PCA(Fys)/PIFAs/CsDA/IFAs’CFA (FYS)

Subject: Review of hard and tenue stations

Reference: HQrs office letter No.25012/AN/X/2014 dated 15.17.2014.

 

As you are that certain stations have been categorized as ‘Hard’ and ‘Tenure’ stations for the purpose of transfer/posting. In order to rotate staff/officers at hard and tenure stations, a fixed tenure has been prescribed for each of the stations.

 

2. The service conditions and the accessibility of facilities at various hard and tenure stations continue to change from time to time. Overall economic and infrastructural development in these areas cans for a review from time to time. Hence, the competent authority has decided to review the status of all hard and tenure stations.

 

3. In order to take an appropriate view on continuation/discontinuation addition of any new station in this category, it is requested that your considered views in respect of hard and tenure stations falling under your jurisdiction may be communicated to HQrs office latest by 15th April 2018 in the enclosed proforma. While forwarding your comments, the degree of climatic/topographic hardships at these stations, availability of basic facilities like schools, hospitals, accommodation etc., accessibility of the station by rail or road or any other mean and effect of revised tenure on volunteers for different stations, if any, may be taken into consideration.

sd/-
(Kavita Garg)
Sr.Dy.CGDA (AN)

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CGDA Orders – Deputation to Saudi Arabia for Haj Duty 2018

CGDA Orders – Deputation to Saudi Arabia for Haj Duty 2018

OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER GENERAL OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
Ulan Batar Road, Palam Delhi Cantt 110 010

No. 688/AN-I/D/HAJ/2017-18

Dated: 17.01.2018

To
1. All the CFA(Fys)
2. All the Group Officers, M.O., Local
3. All sections, M.O, Local
4. The CDA RTC (ER) Kolkata

Subject: Deputation to Saudi Arabia for Haj Duty – 2018

Reference : HQrs Office, Delhi Cantt.No. AN/IX/9104/HAJ/2018 dated 11.01.2018 circulated through website

Ministry of Minority Affairs (Haj Cell) vide Office Memorandum No. 6/9/2017 – Haj dated 01.01.2018 for Deputation to Saudi Arabia for Haj Duty – 2018 has been received by the HQrs Office and HQrs Office vide their letter cited under reference has invited applications from male Muslim Officers viz. AAOs/Sr. Adrs / Auditors for temporary deputation to Consulate General of India, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia as Assistant Haj Officer and for Haj Assistants for Haj 2017.

2. Intending eligible Muslim officers/ staff may submit their application online upto 22nd January 2018. Hard copies of online filled in application form in original duly approved by the respective Competent Authority/Controllers along with requisite enclosures of willing officers/individuals may also be reached this office latest by 25th January, 2018. The eligibility criteria and terms of conditions of the ibid deputation are depicted in Annexure ‘A’. The same is also available on the websites : www.haj.nic.in/deputation.

3. The time schedule mentioned above may please be complied with strictly.

4. GO (AN) has seen.

sd/-
Sr. Accounts Officer (AN)
(V.J.Gandotra)
Sr.Account Officer (AN)

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Transfer Policy: Sports quota recruits and sports personnel of national and international repute

CGDA Transfer Policy: Sports quota recruits and sports personnel of national and international repute.

OFFICE OF CONTROLLER GENERAL OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
ULAN BATAR MARG, PALAM, DELHI CANTT – 110010

V No.AN/X/10001/2/2015

Dated: 20/11/2017

To
All PCsDA/CSDA/ and PCA (Fys)

Subject: Transfer Policy: Sports quota recruits and sports personnel of national and international repute.

Transfer Policy guidelines for sports quota recruits have been circulated through HQrs office letter dated 11/8/2015. It states that as teams are not participating in many tournaments, players can be considered for posting to their home States/choice stations. For individual games, sports persons can participate at national/international events as and when organized. The circular further states that sports quota recruits may be considered for posting to their home States/choice stations as per rules and administrative feasibility. All transfer requests of these personnel are allowed to be routed through Volunteer list/normal channel on completion of the prescribed tenure.

2. Since then, various references have been received from individuals who are sports quota appointees. In the meeting of DASCB held on 23/02/17, it has been decided that consultation of DASCB may be obtained for transfer of Sports quota recruits and also other sportsmen of National level and above.

3. Keeping in view the administrative constraints vis-a-vis general transfer policy as well as consultation of DASCB prior to processing transfer requests of sports quota recruits, a need is felt to review the guidelines relating to the- stay at a station by the sports quota individuals and following guideline is framed:

i. Sports quota recruit and sportsperson of national and international repute may be recommended by the DASCB for posting to their home State they representing at national or international level for a period of ten years from their date of appointment or till they attain the age of 35, years’ subject to administrative feasibility. However, they have to [submit a duly authenticated certificate from the state sports authority concerned to their controlling authority, on annual basis, in support of their sporting activities undertaken by them during the year and same will be examined by the DASCB for their recommendation for retention at the same state or transfer to any other place at par with others. Similarly, if a sports person becomes coach of national or international level team after active sport age, his/her transfer request will also be examined in a similar manner.

ii. After completion of above stipulated period, the sports quota recruits/other sportsmen of National/International level, will be treated at par with other employees of the Department in the matter of transfers.

iii. The cases of these sports personnel who are presently serving at stations other than the state whom they are representing in their sporting career, may also be considered, in terms of above guidelines subject to administrative feasibility.

iv. It has also been decided that the PCsDA/CsDA will be assigned the teams of a particular sport/discipline. The PCsDA/CsDA will be responsible for nurturing and grooming of their respective teams.

v. Further, the performance of sports persons will also be closely monitored on quarterly basis to ensure that there is no dip in their performance. The recommendation will be sent to DASCB periodically for monitoring purpose at their level.

vi. These individuals will also have to participate / represent team DAD as and when called for doing so including attending of training/preparatory camp for duration/location as fixed by the “DASCB: or PCDA/CDA concerned.

vii. The transfer request forwarded to HQrs office on sports ground must be supported with annual certificate as mentioned in. para 3 (i) and quarterly report as mentioned in para 3 (v) above. These requests are to be examined by DASCB and forwarded to Admin Section concerned with their recommendations.

4. The guidelines contained in para 3 above are meant; to guide the exercise of transfer of sports quota recruits and sports personnel of national and international level to the extent administratively feasible. These guidelines are not intended to create any entitlement of any kind.

Sd/-
(Mustaq Ahmad)
CGDA (AN)

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7th Central Pay Commission in respect of the Post-01.01.2016 retired Armed Forces Pensioners/ Family Pensioners

7th Central Pay Commission in respect of the Post-01.01.2016 retired Armed Forces Pensioners/ Family Pensioners

Office of the Principal CDA(Pensions)
Draupadi Ghat, Allahabad- 211014

Circular No.588

Dated: 20.10.2017

To

1. The Chief Accountant, RBI, Deptt. Of Govt Bank Accounts, Central Office, C-7, Second Floor, Bandra-Kurla Complex, P B No. 8143, Bandra East, Mumbai- 400051
2. CMDs, All Public Sector Banks.
3. The Nodal Officers, ICICI/HDFC/AXIS/IDBI Banks
4. All Managers, CPPCs
5. Military and Air Attache, Indian Embassy, Kathmandu, Nepal
6. The PCDA (WC), Chandigarh
7. The CDA (PD), Meerut
8. The CDA, Chennai
9. PCDA(O), Pune
10. The Director of Treasuries, All States
11. The Pay and Accounts Officer, Delhi Administration, R K Puram; and Tis Hazari, New Delhi.
12. The Pay and Accounts Office, Govt of Maharashtra, Mumbai
13. The Post Master, Kathua (J&K), and Camp Bell Bay.
14. The Principal Pay and Accounts Officer, Andaman and Nicobar Administration, Port Blair.

Subject: Implementation of Govt. decision on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission in respect of the Post-01.01.2016 retired Armed Forces Pensioners/ Family Pensioners : Reg. New PPO Series.

Office of the PCDA (Pension) Allahabad was in the process to implement e-PPO’s for all categories of pensioners. In the first phase, corrigendum PPOs to revise pension of Pre- 2016 defence civilian pensioners have been issued through e-PPOs. Various PDAs have already revised pension of such pensioners. A new PPO series was introduced for these corrigendum PPOs which contained 12 digits with PPO suffix of 4 digits. For this purpose, only electronic PPOs (e-PPO) were generated which were digitally signed. No physical PPO was printed and sent to any agency. These new PPO (e-PPO) also contained a QR code wherein all important data was embedded. This QR code could be used by PDA’s to capture the data.

2. Now, it has been decided to discontinue issue of physical PPOs in respect of ICOs and JCOs/ORs of Indian Army w.e.f. October, 2017. In other words, in respect of fresh retirees of Indian Army (retiring or being discharged) from the month of October, 2017, only e-PPO will be issued with following features

(a) These documents will be digitally signed.

(b) These PPOs will contain 16 digits to identify the PPO (12 digits PPO No. and 4 digits as PPO suffix).

(c) They will contain a QR code where data of various fields will be embedded.

3. These e-PPOs will be sent to the banks through SFTP connectivity which this office has established with various banks. Other banks, with whom there is no SFTP connectivity, are advised to immediately take necessary measures to establish the same. In the interim period till the time they establish SFTP connectivity, PPOs will be sent through email id pcdapedp.cgda@nic.in . Similarly, these PPOs will be sent to DPDOs through the CGDA WAN. Other PDAs such as Director of all State Treasuries; IE Kathmandu, Nepal; Post Office, Kathua; PAO, Delhi etc are requested to kindly immediately provide an email ID of .nic or any other domain under control of government for this purpose. Regarding submission of e-Scroll, PDAs are requested to refer to para 6 of this office Circular No. C- 169 dated 11.07.2017. All PDAs are requested to strictly follow the procedure prescribed
therein.

4. The procedure of forwarding the e-PPOs will be as under:

(a) For JCOs/ORs: A copy of e-PPOs, duly digitally signed, will be sent electronically to Record Offices (ROs). The concerned RO, after scrutinising and checking the e-PPO, is requested to forward a hard copy of the e-PPO (after printing from the PDF file) along with Descriptive Roll of the pensioner to PDA concerned. ROs are also requested to kindly provide a copy of the e-PPO to the Armed Forces Pensioners/ Family Pensioners for their record either as hard copy or through e-mail as deemed fit. If any discrepancy is observed by the RO in e-PPO or death occurs before the date of retirement/discharge, then this fact may be immediately brought to the notice of PSA for remedial measures. PDAs are advised to affect payment based on e-PPO after confirmation from Record Office concerned in the form of receipt of hard copy of e-PPO and Descriptive Roll.

(b) For Commissioned Officers: A copy of e-PPOs, duly digitally signed, will be sent electronically to Army HQ. In order to have enhanced security in the process, the Army HQ after scrutinising and checking the e-PPO, is requested to forward a hard copy of the e-PPO (after printing from the PDF file) to the PDA concerned. The Army HQ is also requested to kindly provide a copy of the e-PPO to the Armed Forces Pensioners/ Family Pensioners for their record either as hard copy or through e-mail as deemed fit. If any discrepancy is observed by the Army HQ in e-PPO or death occurs before the date of retirement, then this fact may be immediately brought to the notice of PSA for remedial measures. PDAs may commence the payment of pension on basis of e-PPO and Descriptive Roll from this office and hard copy of e-PPO received through Army HQ.

One copy of the e-PPO will also be sent to the PCDA(O) , Pune in respect of all Commissioned Officers. PCDA(O), Pune is requested to check all entries printed in the e- PPO with reference to the LPC-Cum-Datasheet forwarded by them. In case any discrepancy is noticed, the same should be immediately brought into the notice of this office.

5. Process of verification of e-PPOs; PDAs shall take the following steps:

(a) On receipt of e-PPOs though the medium specified above, PDAs shall verify the genuineness of the digital signature affixed on the e-PPO.

(b) Name of authorised signatories who have been provided digital signature through e- Mudra by this office for signing of e-PPO digitally will be made available on website of PCDA(P) Allahabad at URL www.pcdapension.nic.in. All PDAs are requested to refer to the website of this office and check the name of such authorised signatories for the purpose of digital signature on e-PPO accordingly in order to ensure that no PPO with unauthorised signature is acted upon.

(c) PDAs shall wait for the confirmation from the Army HQ / Record Office as the case may be, before releasing the first payment and starting pension payment monthly.

(d) It shall also be confirmed by the PDA that the payment is not being released again in respect of same PPO number (including the PPO suffix of 4 digits) to the pensioner inter-alia due to duplicate receipt of e-PPO. In such a scenario, the PDA will inform the PSA that the event of duplicate transmission of the given PPO has been detected and no action on such e-PPOs except the first one has been taken. 6. Pension certificate issued by this office in respect of JCOs/ORs is discontinued with immediate effect.

7. The PPO series circulated by this office Circular No. 571 dated 19.12.2016 in case of JCO/ORs and Circular No. 27 dated 24.11.2016 in case of ICOs stand withdrawn with immediate effect except for those PPO’s which pertain to blocks of manual PPO’s. Also, PPO series for Defence Civilians which have been circulated by this office will continue to be in force till e-PPOs are started in respect of Defence Civilians by this office.

8. The change statement regarding addition or deletion of pensioners on the strength of the Pension Disbursing Authorities may be forwarded to this office in Annexure “E” to this office Circular No. 189 dated 28.02.2017 in CSV format to e-mail ID pcdap- account.cgda@nic.in . A hard copy of this change statement may also be forwarded to Shri K K Pant, SAO, O I/C Audit Section, Office of the Principal CDA (P), Allahabad-211014 in usual manner in terms of Para 17 of Annexure ‘H’ to Scheme for payment of pension of Defence Pensioners by Public Sector Banks and para 126 of Defence Pension Payment Instructions (DPPI) -2013.

9. Separate communication will be issued by office of PCDA(Navy) Mumbai and Office of CDA(AF) New Delhi regarding implementation of e-PPO in respect of Pensioners of Indian Navy and Indian Air Force respectively.

(AK Malviya)
Sr. AO (P)

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Fixation of Pay and grant of increment in revised pay structure clarification

Fixation of Pay and grant of increment in revised pay structure clarification – CGDA

CGDA-INCREMENT-REVISED-PAY-STRUCTURE

“Further, they have clarified that if the date of next increment on 01.07.2016 for a post held on 01.01.2016 falls after the date of promotion, then the date of next increment for the post held on 01.01.2016 has no relevance for option. Thus, the option cannot be exercised from 01.07.2016 to switch over to revised pay structure”

No.AN/XIV/14164/7thCPC/Corr/Vol-II

Dated: 18/10/2017

To
All PCsDA/CsDA
PCof A(Fys) Kolkata

Subject : Fixation of Pay and grant of increment in revised pay structure clarification – regarding.

The matter regarding fixation of pay under 7th CPC in respect of employees promoted between 1st day of January and the date of notification of CCS(RP)Rules 2016 and methodology to be adopted in such cases has already been furnished by HQrs vide letter bearing No. AN/XIV/14164/7th CPC/Corr/Vol-I dated 8.09.2016. Further, on receipt of Dept of Expenditure OM dated 29.09.2016 , the same was circulated to all controllers for necessary action regarding re fixation of pay in such cases. Also , references on above subject received from Controllers was suitably replied in the light of above orders.

2. Of late, this HQrs has been receiving various references regarding application of the orders issued by AT-II Section of this office vide their letter No. AT/II/2703/Clar dated 28.04.2017 thereby seeking clarification regarding availability of option to switch over to 7th CPC from 07/2016 in cases where the official has been promoted between 1st January 2016 and the date of notification.

3. The matter was referred to MoD(Fin.) DAD Coord for taking up the matter with Ministry of Finance (Dept. of Expenditure) for issuing necessary clarification in this regard.

4. In reply, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure vide their No. 300346981 dated 14.09.2017 received under MoD(Fin) ID No. 1333/C/2017 dated 18.09.2017 have clarified that -“the option to switch over to the revised pay structure either on 01.01.2016 or the date of next increment is applicable under Rule 5 of CCS(RP)Rules 2016 in case of post held on 01.01.2016.

Further, they have clarified that if the date of next increment on 01.07.2016 for a post held on 01.01.2016 falls after the date of promotion, then the date of next increment for the post held on 01.01.2016 has no relevance for option. Thus, the option cannot be exercised from 01.07.2016 to switch over to revised pay structure . (copy attached)

5.This is for information and necessary action.

sd/-
(Kavita Garg)
Sr. Dy.CGDA (AN)

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Simplification of pension payment procedure for first payment

Simplification of Pension payment procedure for first payment: CGDA’s Instructions

Office of the Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt-110 010
AT/II/Misc-VIII

Dated: 22 Sep 2017

To,
All PCsDA/CsDA
All CsFA (Fys)/PCA (Fys)
(Through CGDA website)

Subject: Simplification of Pension payment procedure for first payment.

Please find enclosed HQrs office letter No. 5169 /AT-P/Vol-XII dated 12.09.2017 addressed to PCDA (P) Allahabad on the subject issue for your necessary action.

2. It is requested to examine the contents of the ibid letter and comments thereon may be furnished to HQrs office through return FAX/e-mail by 26th Sep 2017 positively for better appreciation of the case.

(Ashish Yadav)
Sr. ACGDA

O/O THE CONTROMR GENERAL OE DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
ULAN BATAR ROAD, PALAM, DELHI CANT: 10

No. AT/I/1225/III

Dated: 15/09/2017

To
The PCDA(O)
Pune.

Subject: Simplification of Pension payment procedure for first payment.

Please find enclosed HQrs office letter bearing No. 5169 / AT-P/ Vol-XII dated 12/09/2017 addressed to PCDA(P) Allahabad and copy endorsed to PCDA by name on the subject issue for necessary action please.

2. It is requested to examine the contents of the ibid letter and comments thereon may be furnished to this HQrs office through FAX / e-mail at the earliest for better apprication of the case.

Encl:- As above.

(V K PUROHIT)
For CGDA

Office of the Controller General of Defence Accounts,
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt – 110010
Phone: (011) 25665545, 25665575, 76, 78
Fax: (011) 25674813, 25674831

No. 5169/AT-P/Vol-XII

Dated: 12.09.2017

To,
Shri Praveen Kumar, IDAS
Pr. Controller
PCDA (Pension) Allahabad

Sub: Simplification of pension payment procedure for first payment.

Ref: PCDA (P) Allahabad letter No. AT/Tech/70/XXV dated 11.08.2017.

The comments received under above cited letter have been examined in this HQrs CGDA Office. Initiation of first payment without physical presence of pensioners is essential to ensure implementation of orders issued by DOP&PW/MoD and circulated vide PCDA (P) Allahabad Circular No. 132 and 546 and also in the proposed CPDA scenario. In view of the procedure being followed by Civil Ministries for processing, calculating, making payments and also revising Retirement/ Death gratuity and CVP (in case payment not opted through bank) could also be adopted for Commissioned Officer, PBORs and Defence Civilians.

2. It is intimated that in case of Civil Ministries, the H.O.O. (through PAOs) are responsible for release of lump-sum payment following the date of retirement under intimation to CPAO (details also available on website of CPAO). Hence, PCDA (O)/AFCAO/NPO in case of Commissioned Officers, Record Offices/PAOs for JCOs/ORs and HOOs/AOs for Defence Civilians could be assigned the responsibility who will release these payments after retirement. This will only change the procedure/agency for payment of lump-sum pensionary benefits. The claim initiating agency shall reflect the amount worked out on account of Gratuity/CVP in the claim submitted to PSA. The receiving lump sum payments but also being uniformity in the procedures presently being followed by other Civil Ministries.

3. IT is, Therefore, requested that matter may please be examined and views on the above proposal may please be forwarded positively by 27th September’ 2017 for taking final decision in The matter.

(Kanwaldeep Singh)
Jt. CGDA (Pension)

Copy To:
1. Shri M.A. Lincoln, IDAS, Pr. Controller PCDA (Navy) Mumbai …For information and similar necessary action as requested above.
2. Shri Mohinder Singh, IDAS, Controller CDA (AF)n New Delhi …For information and similar necessary action as requested above.
3. Shri Puskal Upadhyay, IDASm Jt.CGDA (P&W) …For information. The above proposal may
please be examined and comments on the same may be provided for taking a decision on the matter.

(Kanwaldeep Singh)
Jt. CGDA (Pension)

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Pay Anomaly in respect of Major Generals and It Generals promoted before 01/01/2016

Pay Anomaly in respect of Major Generals and It Generals promoted before 01/01/2016

1. Consequent upon implementation of 7th Pay Commission Orders, Major Generals promoted after 01/01/2016 are drawing more pay than the officers in the same Corps, who were promoted as Maj Generals prior to 01/01/2016. Hence stepping up of pay of Maj Generals promoted prior to 01/01/2016 has been carried out, at par with the pay from the date of promotion of Maj General of that Corps, promoted after 01/01/2016 based on seniority list received from ADGPS . Subsequent increments have been granted thereafter and the pay also revised on promotion to the rank of Lt General, wherever applicable.

2 (a). Consequent upon implementation of 7th Pay Commission Orders, Lt Generals (HAG) promoted after 01/01/2016 are drawing more pay than the Lt Generals (HAG), in same Corps, promoted before 01/01/2016. The case are under examination for stepping up of pay of Lt Generals (HAG) promoted before 01/01/2016, at par with pay from the date of promotion of Lt Generals (HAG), in that Corps, promoted after 01/01/2016.

2 (b)(i) Pay revision in Approx 31 such cases is under progress and will be found adjusted in 09/2017 Pay Account.

2 (b) (ii) In 36 cases of Lt General drawing pay in HAG & HAG(+) scale are under examination and those cases not covered under the provisions of SRO 12 (E) dated 03.05.17 regarding stepping up of Pay, will be taken to CGDA office and IHQ of MoD (Army) / Ministry of Defence for clarification.

2(b) (iii) In 19 cases, where General officers are holding appointment of Army Commanders as on 01/01/2016 drawing maximum pay of Rs.2,25,000/- will not involve any stepping up of pay since there is no pay anomaly.

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