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Audit(Pay DA HRA CEA etc.)
Ans: For journey between places not connected by any Public/Government means of transport, reimbursement as per entitlement for a maximum of 100 kms. will be allowed. Expenditure for distance beyond 100kms. should be borne by the Government servant.
Ans: If a Government servant is charged of misuse of LTC-
- He shell not be allowed the next two sets of LTC in addition to the LTC already withheld.
- In case of grave misuse, he may be disallowed more than two sets of LTC.
- This will be without prejudice to the punishment for any proved misconduct in disciplinary proceedings.
Ans: The time –limit for drawal of LTC advance is 125 days for journeys by train and 65 days for journeys by other modes of transport, viz. air/road/sea.
Ans: Special (duty) Allowance is treated as an allowance.
- Unmarried son : 25 years
- Unmarried daughter : No age- limit
Ans: The income limit is Rs. 9,000 plus dearness Relief as on the date of consideration.
Ans: No, the prescription in original (or a self- attested photocopy) along with hospital bill is sufficient for treatment of procedures for which CGHS rates are available.
Ans: 90% of approved CGHS package rates.
Ans: As per the instant guidelines, private hospitals are recognized for a fixed period of 4 years from the date of issue of OM.
Ans: No. The spouse drawing higher pay shall obtain the card and the other spouse can avail CGHS benefits as a member.
Ans: No. Unmarrid sons below the age of 25 years are only eligible.
Ans: When a nominee is convicted for murder or abatement of murder of the employee, his/her share of gratuity will be paid to the other members of the family as per extent rules.
Ans: A higher rate of family pension (enhanced family pension) is admissible to the family, if the deceased Government servant had rendered not less than seven years ‘continuous service.
Ans: No, parents are eligible for family pension at ordinary rate only.