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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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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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Recovery of Special Licence Fee under FR-45-B in respect of General Pool Accommodation including Hostel Accommodation, Servant Quarters. Garages in Delhi.

The revised Special Licence Fees for various types of General Pool Govt. Accommodation: Director of Estates Order

No. 18011/1/2014-Pol.III

Government of India

Ministry of Urban Development

Directorate of Estate

Nirman Bhawan New Delhi.

Dated 22nd April, 2015

Subject:- Recovery of Special Licence Fee under FR-45-B in respect of General Pool Accommodation including Hostel Accommodation, Servant Quarters. Garages in Delhi. 

This is in supersession of this Directorates order of even No. dated 11th March 2015, wherein the revised Special Licence Fees under FR-45-B for various types of General Pool Govt. Accommodations w.e.f 1.7.2013 were notified. it has been decided to simplify the procedure of revising the Special Licence Fee under FR-45-B to be charged from allottees i.e.. Govt. servants and other ineligible offices/organization for short period/temporary allotment of General Pool Residential accommodation on special purposes. The Special Licence Fee is practically applied where flat rate of licence fee under FR-45-A is not applicable. Accordingly. it has been decided to charge the Special Licence Fee uniformly in multiples of flat rate of licence fee. as prescribed for damages. The revised Special Licence Fees for various types of General Pool Govt. Accommodations are as follows:

revised+special+licence+fees

2. These rates shall be effective from 01.07.2013.

3. This issues with the concurrence of Integrated Finance Wing of the Ministry of Urban Development vide its Diary No. 262/Dy.FA/FD/14, dt. 6/8/2014 and with the approval of Hon’ble UDM.

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(MK. Sharma)

Dy. Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlpolicyorders/PolicyOrders20170.pdf

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Directorate of Estates: Terms & Condition for Online Payment of booking charges of Holiday Homes/Touring Officer’s

Terms & Condition for Online Payment of booking charges of Holiday Homes

 

No. D-l 1016/71/2014-Regions
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Date:19.03.2015

 

Terms & Condition for Online Payment of booking charges of Holiday Homes/Touring Officer’s

 

Hostels for users using Payment Gateway

 

1 Payment Gateway/Net Banking Disclaimer: Payment of booking charges for booking of Holiday Homes/Touring Officer’s Hostels will be made by the user using the Payment Gateway hosted by Axis Bank/designated banks. The Payment Gateway/Internet Banking Service is being provided to you to facilitate online payment. By using these services of the Payment Gate Way, you expressly agree that use of this online payment service is entirely at your own risk and cost.

 

2. Transaction Charges: The necessary transaction charge plus service tax as applicable on date, for online payment of the service will be borne by the user. The charges as mentioned below will be levied by the e-payment solution provider for giving this service.

 

Sl.No Net Banking, Debit Card, Credit Card payment options Per Transaction Charges
1. Internet Banking Rs. 5.50 + applicable Service Tax currently 12.36% and as applicable from time to time
2. Debit Card 1.0.75% for transaction up to Rs. 2000/- 2.1% for transaction above Rs. 2000/-
3. Credit Card 1.25 % of the transaction amount

 

(i) Transaction Process: An eligible applicant will fill the online advance booking application form and after completing/filling all details in application form submit the same by clicking Submit Button. After pressing SUBMIT Button, the online booking application with Unique Booking ID No. is generated with link option for payment of booking charges which will be active for fixed period of time. The applicant will have to fill up necessary details and enter/click the payment option link within two minutes and after clicking the payment option, e-receipt/challan with requisite amount of booking charges will appear on the system with link to the Payment Gateway where the applicants can make payment to booking charges using net banking/debit/credit card as he/she may opt.

 

(ii) Confirmation Slip/Receipt Generation Process: After successful payment, Booking Confirmation Slip/Receipt with details of room/suit of holiday home/touring officers and booking charges are generated. In case, Booking Confirmation Slip is not generated against ‘Successful Payment Transaction’ and the Payment Gateway shows “Success”, then there is no need to apply fresh and make another payment against Unique Booking Request ID No. In such cases, confirmation slip can be downloaded by filling booking request ID No. and Identity Card No. Therefore applicants are advised to remember/note down the booking request ID No. and other details.

 

4. Entry to Holiday Home/Touring Officer’s Hostel: Without production/submission of confirmation slip and displaying of valid Identity Card viz. Aadhar Card/Pan Card and Employer Identity Card to caretaker, entry to holiday home/touring officer’s hostel will not be allowed. The applicants are advised to take print out of the online generated booking confirmation slip for submission to caretaker of holiday home/touring officer’s hostel at the time of occupation of rooms/suits of holiday home/touring officer’s hostel.

 

5. Cancellation of booking and Refund Policy: There is no provision for cancellation of confirmed booking and request for refund of booking charges including transaction/Service Charges, etc. will not be entertained in any circumstances. Any types of charge back will not be considered by the bank except in the case of failed transaction which will be settled solely by the bank with the applicants/customers.

 

6. Failed and Fraudulent Transaction: Directorate of Estates/Booking Agency will have no role in failed transactions and fraudulent use of card/net banking in any manner. Applicants are advised to use their own debit/credit card/net banking. Users/applicants will be solely responsible for using debit/credit card & net banking for payment of booking charges.

 

7. Maximum five nights booking is permitted for a holiday home/touring officer’s hostel while maximum three nights is permitted for holiday home at Goa and Mussoorie.

 

8. Only one room is allowed for booking for an applicant and his family. Booking for additional room, if any, will be available as per booking charges applicable to private persons. Booking charges are only for rent of room and does not include any meal/breakfast/Snacks/Washing/Laundry charges which charges will have to be paid separately by the applicant at the time of occupation of room if such services are availed. Charges for catering facility will also be settled by the guests directly with the catering staff whereas charges for washing/laundry will be paid to the caretaker.

 

9. Any fraudulent booking/attempt will attract action as per service rules and relevant section of Indian Penal Code (IPC). Applicants having improper details will not be allowed entry to holiday home/touring officer’s hostels and booking charges will be forfeited.

 

10. Address of holiday homes/touring officers hostels are available on the website of holiday home and applicants/visitors are advised to have full details of address from the website.

 

11. Booking is not transferable.

 

12. Entry to holiday home/touring officer’s hostel will be allowed only after depositing/submission of valid booking confirmation slip/authority slip/application form and duly verified personal details appearing thereon by the concerned administrative office or booking agency and production of valid Identity Card as mentioned at point no. 4 above.

 

13. Debit/Credit card / Net banking details: The applicant has to ensure that the debit/credit card/Net banking details provided by him/her for use of the Payment Gateway/Internet Banking will be correct and accurate and the applicant shall not use a debit/credit card/Net Banking which is not lawfully owned by him/her. The user/applicant further agrees and undertakes to provide correct and valid debit/credit card /Net Banking details. In default of the above conditions, Payment Gateway Service Provider shall be entitled to recover the amount of transaction from the user against whom the credit /debit card/Net banking has been used. Further, Payment Gateway Service Provider also reserves the right to initiate any legal action for recovery of cost /penalty or any other punitive measure, as it may deem fit.

 

14. For other/detailed terms & conditions and booking charges, please refer to O.M. No. D-11016/71/2014-Region dated 25.11.2014 and O.M. No. D-l 1028/23/82-Regions (Vol.II) dated 10 July, 2012 respectively which are available in circular portion on the website of holiday home i.e. www.holidayhomes.nic.in

Source: www.holidayhomes.nic.in

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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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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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Commencement of booking of new holiday home at Madurai w.e.f. 1st December, 2014.

Commencement of booking of new holiday home at Madurai w.e.f. 1st December, 2014. 

Sl. No. 33(I)

IMMEDIATE

No. D-11016/2/2008- Regions
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated 3.11.2014

 

Office Memorandum

Subject:           Commencement of booking of new holiday home at Madurai w.e.f. 1stDecember, 2014.

Superintending Engineer, Madurai Central Circle, CPWD, Madurai vide letter dated 20.08.2014 has intimated that work in Holiday Home at Madurai has been completed in all respect and ready for booking w.e.f. 1stDecember, 2014. It has now been decided to commence booking of holiday home at Madurai w.e.f. 1.12.2014. The arrangement for caretaking & canteen has been fixed by CPWD. Telephone has been installed in holiday home and the number is 0452-2661891/2661892. Address of holiday home is Plot No. C.1, Tamil Nagar, Koodal Pudur, Anaiyur (P.O.), Madurai, Pin—625017 (Tamil Nadu).

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

 

To,

NIC, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi: To upload this office memorandum on the website of holiday homew i.e. www.holidayhomes.nic.in.

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No. D-11016/2/2008- Regions
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated 3.11.2014

Office Memorandum

Subject: Commencement of booking of new holiday home at Madurai w.e.f. 1stDecember, 2014. 

Directorate of Estates has decided to commence booking of new holiday home located at Plot No. C.1, Tamil Nagar, Koodal Pudur, Anaiyur (P.O.), Madurai, Pin—625017 (Tamil Nadu) w.e.f. 1.12.2014. Telephone no. in holiday home is 0452-2661891 /2661892. Arrangement of booking of rooms/suits of holiday home at Madurai will be as per details given below.

Booking Agency Details of suites/rooms
First Floor Second Floor Third Floor
VIP AC suite/ Room No.
Directorate of Estates for online booking 102 201, 202 -
Chief Engineer (SZ)IV, Chennai for offline booking 101 - -
  Double Bedded (DB) AC Room No.
Directorate of Estates (DOE), New Delhi for online booking 104, 105, 106, 107, 108 203, 204, 205, 206 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306
Chief Engineer (SZ) IV, Chennai for off-line booking 103 - -
Sub total 8 nos. 6 nos. 6 nos.
Total rooms: 20nos.

(Note; Room No. 102 (VIP) and Room No. 104 & 105 will be under Emergency Quota) 

  1. NIC, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi is requested take necessary action forcommencement of online booking as per details given above w.e.f. 1.12.2014. The applicant can apply for booking with immediate effect for the period commencing from 1st December, 2014.The rooms at the disposal of Chief Engineer (SZ)IV, Chennai to be booked offline.
  • (N.S. Chauhan)

Assistant Director of Estates (Regions)

http://holidayhomes.nic.in/WriteReadData/Circulars/45Maduri.pdf

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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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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

[http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20350.pdf]

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Retention of GPRA by CGE & AIS Officers posted to State of J&K – Extension upto 30.06.2015

Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation (GPRA) by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services posted to State of Jammu & Kashmir – extension upto 30.6.2015: Directorate of Estate Order:-

12035/2/90-Policy-II(Pt.III)
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi – 110 103.
Dated the 9th July, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services posted to State of Jammu & Kashmir – extension upto 30.6.2015.

Reference is invited to this Directorate O.M .No.12035 / 2/ 90-Pol.lI(Pt.II) dated 15.9.1993 and subsequent instructions dated 26.7.1999, 25.5.2002, 31.10.2005, 5.6.2003 and 3.6.2011 regarding retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services on posting to the State of Jammu & Kashmir. The existing orders on the subject are valid up to 30.6.2014 and further extension beyond 30.6.2014 has been considered by the competent authority. It has now been decided to further extend allowing retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services on their posting to State of Jammu Kashmir for a period of one year, i.e. up to 30.06.2015.

2. Since the retention/ allotment of alternate Govt. accommodation is allowed for bonafide use of the dependent family of the transferred government servant, he/ she will furnish a certificate on 1st July and st January of every year, stating that his/her dependent family members are actually residing in the Government accommodation at the last place of posting. Such a certificate will also have to be furnished at the time of seeking retention. In case no such certificate is received by 31st January and 31st  July every year respectively, this Directorate will be constrained to cancel the allotment of the residence in question.

3. The request for retention of entitled type of accommodation should be received within a period of one month from the date of relinquishing of charge at the last place of posting so that further necessary action could be initiated by the Directorate of Estates in Time.

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(M.K. Sharma)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20337.pdf

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Retention of/continuation in GPRA on Technical Resignation from Service

 Retention of/continuation in General Pool Residential Accommodation(GPRA) to an allottee on Technical Resignation from Central Government Service – Directorate of Estates Order

No.12035/13/2013-Pol.II
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan
New Delhi-110108.
Dated the 9th July, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Retention of/continuation in General Pool Residential Accommodation(GPRA) to an allottee on Technical Resignation from Central Government Service.

There have been requests from various quarters regarding guidelines in case of retention of/continuation in General Pool Residential Accommodation (GPRA) by an allottee on technical resignation from Central Government Service. The issue has been considered in this Ministry and it has been decided by the competent authority that an allottee, working in an eligible office of GPRA, when technically resigns, from Central Government Service on his appointment to ineligible Central Government or State Government office in the same station or outside station, technical resignation may be treated at par with transfer. Cancellation and retention of GPRA may be regulated as per existing rules governing transfer. Further, if the new office of the allottee, who technically resigns, is an eligible office for GPRA in the same station, his/her existing allotment shall be regularized after he/she applies for it by filling up DE-II form of this Directorate.

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(M.K.Sharma)
Deputy Director of Estates(Policy)

Source: http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20338.pdf

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Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers

 Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation for NE Region, A&N Island & Lakshadweep extension upto 30.06.2015

Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services posted to North Eastern Region, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep – extension upto 30.6.2015: Directorate of Estates Order-

12035/24/77-Policy-II (VoI.V)
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi – 110 108.
Dated the 9th July, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services posted to North Eastern Region, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep – extension upto 30.6.2015.

Reference is invited to this Directorate O.M.No.12035f31/96-Pol.II dated 7.9.1998 and subsequent instructions dated 30.9.1999, 30.4.2002, 15.7.2005, 1.7.2008 and 3.6.2011 regarding retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services on posting to North Eastern Region, Sikkim, Andaman 8. Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep. The existing orders on the subject are valid up to 306.2014 and further extension beyond 30.5.2014 has been considered by the competent authority. It has now been decided to further extend allowing retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation at the last place of posting by Central Government Civilian Employees and Officers of All India Services on their posting to North Eastern Region, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep for a period of one year i.e. up to 30.06.2015. The concession of retention of GPRA would also be admissible if a Government servant is transferred from one place to another in the North Eastern Region.

2. Since the retention I allotment of Government accommodation is allowed for bonafide use of the dependent family of the transferred government servant, he/she will furnish a certificate on 1st July and 15‘ January of every year, stating that his/her dependent family members are actually residing in the Government accommodation at the last place of posting. Such a certificate will also have to be furnished at the time of
seeking retention. In case no such certificate is received by 31st January and 31 July every year this Directorate will be constrained to cancel the allotment of the residence in question.

3. The request for retention of entitled type of accommodation should be received within a period of one month from the date of relinquishing the charge at the 1st place of posting so that further necessary action could be initiated by the Directorate of Estates in Time.

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(M.K.Sharma)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20334.pdf

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Guidelines for retention for Government accommodation by the allottee who are not regular Govt. Servant Viz Consultant etc.

Guidelines for retention for Government accommodation by the allottee who are not regular Govt. Servant Viz Consultant etc.

No.12035/4/ 2012-Pol.II
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated: 17.5.2012

Office Memorandum

Subject: – Guidelines for retention for Government accommodation by the allottee who are not regular Govt. Servant Viz Consultant etc.

The undersigned is directed to say that the matter of retention of Govt. accommodation in case of death by the allottees, who are not regular Govt. Servants viz consultant / Contractual appointee coterminous staff etc. has been considered by the competent authority and it has been decided that in case of death of the consultants / contractual appointees, co-terminus appointees in the personal staff of Ministers/other dignitaries etc. who are not regular government servants, six months retention will be allowed for the existing accommodation by the family of deceased allottee on payment of normal licence fee.

 

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(R.N. Yadav)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: www.estates.nic.in
[http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20335.pdf]

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Notification regarding Allotment of Government Residences (General Pool in Delhi)

Directorate of Estates Orders – Notification regarding Allotment of Government Residences (General Pool in Delhi)

(TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE GAZETTE OF INDIA
PART II SECTION-3, SUB-SECTION (i)]

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT
(DIRECTORATE OF ESTATES)

NOTIFICATION

New Delhi, the 24th February, 2014

G.S.R. – In pursuance of the provisions of rule 45 of the Fundamental Rules, the President hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Allotment of Government Residences (General Pool in Delhi) Rules, 1963, namely :-

1. Short title and commencement. –
(1) These rules may be called the Allotment of Government Residences (General Pool in Delhi) Amendment Rules, 2014.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. In the Allotment of Government Residences (General Pool in Delhi) Rules, 1963, in Supplementary Rule 317-B-8, in clause (3), for sub-clause (b), the following sub-clause shall be substituted, namely:

(b) in the Tenure Officers’ Pool, the inter se seniority shall be determined in relation to their counterparts on central deputation in Delhi on the basis of their seniority in their respective batches:

Provided that the allotment of accommodation to the officers of the All India Services working in the office of the Resident Commissioners of various State Governments or Union territories at Delhi shall be restricted to the number of residential units prescribed for them and upto Type VIA [C-II] accommodation only.

[F.No.12035/11/2002-PoI.II(Vo/IV)]

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(S.K. Jain)
Deputy Director of Estates (Policy)

Source: www.estates.nic.in
[http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20316.pdf]

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SUBLETTING OF GOVERNMENT ACCOMMODATION

SUBLETTING OF GOVERNMENT ACCOMMODATION

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT
LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 2314

ANSWERED ON 05.02.2014

SUBLETTING OF GOVERNMENT ACCOMMODATION

2314 . Shri ASADUDDIN OWAISI

Will the Minister of URBAN DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state:-

(a) whether instances of subletting of general pool residential accommodation of Government Employees have come to the notice of the Government;

(b) if so, the number of complaints received during the last three years from Delhi and other regional centres, year and place-wise;

(c) the action taken in each case including the details of penalties imposed; and

(d) the steps taken or being taken by the Government to restrict such subletting of Government accommodation?

ANSWER

THE MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT (SMT. DEEPA DASMUNSHI)

(a): Yes, Madam.
(b): The details are at Annexure-I.
(c): The details are at Annexure-II.

(d): Penalties imposed on the allottee have been made more stringent. In addition to the penalties imposed under the Allotment Rules, the concerned Ministry/Department of the delinquent allottee also initiates disciplinary action against them. The complaint process has been made easy and accessible by opening an avenue for lodging the on-line complaints in Delhi, through the website of the Directorate of Estates.

Source:  LOK SABHA Q&A
via: www.govtempdiary.com

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Directorate of Estates Orders – Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by the Central Government Officers

 Directorate of Estates Orders – Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by the Central Government Officers on deputation to Public Sector Undertakings/Statutory/Autonomous Bodies and on deputation to ineligible offices at Delhi after serving on central deputation under Central Staffing Scheme.

No.12035/12/2013-Pol.II
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates
Policy-II Section

Nirman Bhavan,
New Delhi – 110 108
Dated the 15th January, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by the Central Government Officers on deputation to Public Sector Undertakings/Statutory/Autonomous Bodies and on deputation to ineligible offices at Delhi after serving on central deputation under Central Staffing Scheme.

The following guidelines were issued vide O.M.No.12035/14/92-pol.II dated 11.10.2000 for retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation by the Central Government Officers on deputation to Public Sector Undertakings/Statutory/Autonomous Bodies:

(i) officers posted to PSUs/Statutory/Autonomous Bodies, etc, on deputation basis, at the time of its initial constitution, may be allowed retention of General Pool Residential Accommodation that they were occupying for a maximum period of 5 years and the concerned organisation should pay an amount equivalent to the House Rent Allowance admissible to the officer plus the flat rate of Licence fee prescribed by the Central Government from time to time in respect of said General Pool Residential Accommodation. The concerned organizations may, however, recover normal licence fee from the officers.

(ii) the officers posted to PSUs/Statutory/Autonomous Bodies, on mandatory basis or under Central Staffing Scheme may be considered eligible for allotment/retention of General Pool Accommodation and the concerned organisation should pay an amount equivalent to the House Rent Allowance admissible to the officer, plus the flat rate of licence fee prescribed by the Central Govt. from time to time, in respect of the General Pool Residential Accommodation to be allotted/retained by such officers. The organisation may, however, recover normal licence fee from the concerned officers; and

(iii) the office of the Establishment Officer, Department of Personnel & Training shall issue a certificate that the posting of the officer concerned to the PSUs etc. is on mandatory basis, or under Central Staffing Scheme, without seeking his/her option, and is in public interest.

2. In addition to the above existing provisions on this matter and the difficulties faced by the All India Services Officers and Central Group ‘A’ Civil Services Officers, who join a non-CSS post for balance tenure of their central deputation after serving four years on Central Staffing Scheme, for retention of general pool residential accommodation it has also been decided by the competent authority that

(i) retention of general pool residential accommodation may be allowed to the AIL India Services Officers and Central Group ‘A’ Civil Services Officers, who serve on Central Staffing Scheme (CSS) post under central deputation for at least four years and thereafter, join a non-CSS post for balance tenure of their central deputation as long as the non-CSS post is located in Delhi.

(ii) In such cases, the Establishment Officer would issue a certificate to the effect that the officer concerned had served for at least four years in CSS post and she/he needed to retain Government accommodation for her/his balance tenure on non-CSS post.

(iii) The concerned organization shall recover from the salary of the officer concerned an amount equivalent to House Rent Allowance admissible and normal licence fee as prescribed for the accommodation by the Central Government from time to time and remit the amount so recovered to the Directorate of Estates every month.

3. These orders are issued in supersession of O.M.No.12035/14/92.pol.II dated 11.102000.

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(J.P.Rath)
Deputy Director of Estates

Source : www.estates.nic.in
[http://estates.nic.in/WriteReadData/dlcirculars/Circulars20303.pdf]

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