Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Central Govt. employees to perform journey only in Air India - in both official tour and LTC - Clarification thereon.

No.3I011/2/2006-Estt.(A)

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

(Department of Pension & Pensioners'Welfare)

New Delhi, dated the 27th July, 2009

OFFICE MEMORANDUM


Subject:Regulation of Journey by air while availing Leave Travel Concession - clarification regarding.



The undersigned is directed to refer to Ministry of Finance,Department of Expenditure O.M.No. 19024/1/2009-E.IV dated 13/7/2009 modifying the O.M. No. 7(2)/E.Coord/2005 dated 23rd November, 2005 and superseding of O.M.No. 19024/1/E.IV/2005 dated 24/3/2006. It has been decided by the Department of Expenditure that in all cases of air travel both domestic and international where the Government of India bears the cost of air passage, the officials concerned may travel only by air India. The matter whether these orders will apply in cases of LTC has been considered in consultation with Ministry of Finance, Department of expenditure and it is confirmed that these orders/conditions will apply in cases of LTC also.



2. This issues in consultation with Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) vide their ID No. 39/DS(EG)/2009 dated 20/7/2009.


(Smt. Raj Bala Singh)

Under Secy, Govt. of India


View the official order



UP govt to pay non-practising allowance to doctors

Lucknow July 28 (PTI) Uttar Pradesh government today decided to pay non-practicing allowance (NPA) to government doctors of Provincial Medical Service.

A meeting of the state cabinet presided by chief minister Mayawati took the decision to pay non-practicing allowance equivalent to 25 percent of salary of allopath government doctors.

The decision would benefit nine thousand doctors of the Provincial Medical Service of the state government.

1 comment :

empee50armoured said...

When do these order become effective. Although they were signed on 13 Jul 09, they were received in our office only on 7 Aug. I had booked my air ticket on 24 Jul by a pvt airline for travel on LTC as at that time I (nor any one else in our office) was not aware of the change in orders. Will my claim be passed? If not, do I have any legal recourse? Its a matter of Rs 30,000

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