Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Central Employees Salary for March 2020 - update

Current lockdown throughout the country paralyzed the entire system of Govt. and Public. All salaried employees are in a dilemma whether to get their salary in time this month. Normally Govt. employees get their salary credited on the first BANK working day of April. 
Now the salary bill is created in PFMS and uploaded online to the PAO and subsequently the hard copy is submitted to the Accounts Office.
In the present scenario, bills can be prepared and submitted online from home but sending of hard copy is not possible. It is learnt from Controller General of Accounts' office that for this month the necessity of sending hard copy is dispensed with.
An order issued on 23.03.2020, Dept. of Expenditure, assured prompt functioning of Govt. Expenditure Mechanism in the hour of crisis. 

Ministry of Home Affairs issued an addendum to include CGA employees in the exemption list in the lockdown.
"In the new guidelines, the ministry said Reserve Bank of India and RBI-regulated financial markets, pay and accounts officers and field officers of the CAG, petroleum products and supply chain and forest staff are exempted from the purview of the lockdown."
Click here for the addendum.
It is expected that salary may be credited in time. 
Check here regularly for any update.

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