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Procedure of drawal of T. A. Bills 1. For performing T. A. , a Govt. employee is eligible to re-imbursement of conveyance charge and daily allowances in terms of Rule 57 of WBSR Part I 2. Each employee shall have to draw TA/DA in terms of order No. 4730 -F dt. 25. 05. 1999 which was issued on the basis of revised pay of ROPA 1998.
Admissibilty of Travelling Allowances 1. Journey shall be made in the interest of Public service 2. The Controlling authority either issue order or sign advance tour programme directing the employee concerned to perform tours as per approved tour programme.
Drawal of daily allowances I. Subject to the existing provisions in rule 57 of the West Bengal Service Rules, Part-II and in supersession of Finance Department Memo No. 5299 -F, dt. 1. 6. 90, the rates of Daily Allowance are revised as follows
When the Government employee stays in Government / Public Sector Guest Houses, Dak Bunglows or make his own arrangements: Pay Range Ordinary Localities Rs. 16, 400 and Rs. 135/above Rs. 8000 and Rs. 120/above, but less than Rs. 16, 400 Kolkata, Darjeeling District (except Siliguri Subdivision) Rs. 260 Rs. 230/-
Daily allowances for continuous halts: in modification of Rule 73 of WBSR Part II First 60 days Full daily allowance Beyond 60 days 50% daily and upto 180 days alowances Beyond 180 days Nil
When the Government employee is deputed for training outside his Headquarter, where boarding & Lodging not provided: First 180 days Full daily allowance Beyond 180 Nil days
( D); When the Government employee is deputed for training outside his Headquarter, where boarding & Lodging provided: (Training Institute where boarding & Lodging facility exist): First 30 days Full daily allowance Next 150 days Half daily allowance (E)
Food and 25% daily Lodging fully allowance provided Govt employee stays in a Govt office unable To obtain lodging else where 75% daily allowance
Govt employee He will surrender 25% daily pays rent for allowance and duckbanglow draw rest of the /guest house daily allowance together with amount of rent paid
In case of journey on transfer, lumpsum grant and packing allowances Pay range Lump sum Transfer grant Packing allowance Rs. 16, 400 and above Rs. 2250. 00 Rs. 1500. 00 Rs. 8000 and Rs. 1800. 00 above, but less than Rs. 16, 400 Rs. 6500 and Rs. 1350. 00 above, but less than Rs. 8000 Rs. 1200. 00 Rs. 900. 00
Carriage of personal effects on transfer: when personal effects are carried by rail: Pay range Personal effects that can be carried Rs. 16, 400 and above Full four-wheeler wagon, or 6000 kg by goods train or one double container Rs. 8000 and above, but less than Rs. 16, 400 Rs. 6500 and above, but less than Rs. 8000 Full four-wheeler wagon, or 6000 kg by goods train or one single container 3000 kg by goods train
Travelling allowances for Government employees on retirement: Rule 132 of WBSR Part II (Rule 9 of G. O. No. 4730 -F dt. 25. 5. 1999)
Certain categories of employees are permitted to draw transfer TA for transporting personal effects to the residence from place of duty. (I). Travelling allowance for temporary transfer: 1. Transfer short period not exceeding 180 days 2. Eligible for travelling allowance & daily allowance 3. No advance of pay will be allowed 4. No joining time shall be admissible for temporary transfer
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