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CANARA BANK

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT SECTION

PERSONNEL WING

HEAD OFFICE :: BANGALORE-2

       INDEX : STAFF 28

       CIRCULAR No :  170 / 2005

       DATE : 4th JULY, 2005

       ADWO

 

 

Sub : Salary revision for  Officer  Employees - Payment of Ad-hoc Amount

         towards arrears of revised salary

 

 

Indian Banks’ Association, Mumbai in consultation with Government of India have  finalised salary revision for officer employees in Banks.  The salary revision for officers can be implemented when the related Regulations under CBOSR-1979 are amended by our Board in accordance with the statutory provisions as provided under Section 19(1) of Banking Companies (Acquisition & Transfer of Undertakings) Act-1970.

 

In the meanwhile, Indian Banks' Association, Mumbai has conveyed the No Objection of the Government to disburse an ad-hoc amount equivalent to the net arrears payable for the period from November, 2002 to June, 2005 and continue to pay the ad-hoc amount equal approximately to the increase in emoluments on the basis of month to month calculation of old and revised emoluments from July 2005 onwards, till such time amendments are carried out in Officers’ Service Regulations. 

 

Keeping in view the above, it has  been  decided  to  make  the payment  of  ad-hoc  arrears  for  the  period 01-11-2002 to 31-05-2005 on 09-07-2005 and the ad-hoc arrears for the month of June 2005 on 16-07-2005.  The branches having holiday on 09-07-2005 and 16-07-2005 shall disburse the ad-hoc amount on the next working day.  The salary from July 2005 onwards will be paid as per the revised Basic on ad-hoc basis.

 

The  details  of  revision  in  various  components of salary & other allowances are as under :

  

1.      SCALES OF PAY [w.e.f. 01.11.2002] :

 

     Scale-I     =   Rs.10000-470/6-12820-500/3-14320-560/7-18240

     Scale-II    =   Rs.13820-500/1-14320-560/10-19920

     Scale-III   =   Rs.18240-560/5-21040-620/2-22280

     Scale-IV   =   Rs.20480-560/1-21040-620/5-24140

     Scale-V    =   Rs.24140-620/4-26620

     Scale-VI   =   Rs.26620-680/4-29340

     Scale-VII  =   Rs.29340-680/2-30700-900/1-31600-1000/1-32600

 

     Fitment :

     Fitment shall be stage to stage, i.e., on corresponding stages from 1st stage onwards and    the increments shall fall on the anniversary date as usual. 

            

2.      DEARNESS ALLOWANCE :

 

     a.  For the period from 1st November 2002 to 31st January 2005, Dearness Allowance shall be payable for every rise or fall of 4 points over 2288 points in the quarterly average of the All India Average Working Class Consumer Price Index (General) Base 1960 = 100 at the following rates.

 

            (i)    0.18 % of ‘pay’ upto Rs.9,650/- plus

            (ii)   0.15 % of ‘pay’ above 9,650/- and upto Rs.15,350/- plus

           (iii)   0.09 % of ‘pay’ above 15,350/- and upto Rs.16,350/- plus

           (iv)   0.04 % of ‘pay’ above Rs.16,350/-

 

 

 

b.  On and from 1st February 2005, Dearness Allowance shall be payable for every rise or fall of 4 points over 2288 points in the quarterly average of the All India Average Working Class consumer price index [General] base 1960 = 100 at 0.18 % of pay.

 

3.  HOUSE RENT ALLOWANCE [w.e.f. 01-11-2002] :

 

SL.No.

I

II

i.

Major `A' Class Cities and Project Area Centres in Group A      

8.5 % of Pay

ii.

Other places in Area I and Project Area Centres in Group B

7.5% of Pay

iii.

Other places 

6.5% of Pay

 

Provided, that if an officer produces a rent receipt, the House Rent Allowance payable to him / her shall be the actual rent paid by him/her for the residential accommodation in excess over 1.75 % of pay in the first stage of the Scale of Pay in which he / she is placed with the maximum of 150% of the House Rent Allowance payable as per aforesaid rates mentioned in column II above. 

 

Note : The claims of Officer employees for HRA linked to the cost of their ownership accommodation shall also be restricted to 150 % of House Rent Allowance as hitherto. 

  

4.  CITY COMPENSATORY ALLOWANCE (w.e.f. 01-11-2002) :

 

SL.No.

AREA

RATE

MAXIMUM AMOUNT

i

Places in Area I and in the State of Goa

4% of Basic Pay

Rs.540/- p.m

 

ii

Places with  population of five lakhs and  over  and State Capitals  and Chandigarh, Pondicherry and Port Blair         

3% of Basic Pay              

Rs.375/- p.m

 

 

5.  PROVIDENT FUND (w.e.f. 01.11.2002)           :  10% of pay.

 

6.  PENSION :

 

In respect of an Officer who is a member of the Pension Fund, who retires or dies while in service or otherwise ceases to be in employment on or after the 1st of May 2005, “PAY” for the purpose of Pension shall be the pay last drawn by the Officer Employee, prior to his retirement / death.  Pending necessary amendments to be made to the relevant provisions of Bank [Employees’] Pension Regulations, 1995, officers retiring or dying while in service on or after 1st May 2005, shall be granted provisional pension having regard to the above provisions. 

 

Note  :  “Pay” for the purpose of Provident Fund and Pension shall mean Basic Pay including stagnation increment, Professional Qualification Pay, increment component of Fixed Personal Pay and Officiating Allowance. 

 

7.  MEDICAL AID  :   

 

On and from 01-02-2004, reimbursement of medical expenses shall be as under :

 

      A]  Officers in JMG and MMG Scales  -  Rs.3750/- p.a.  

      B]  Officers in SMG and TEG Scales  -   Rs.5000/- p.a. *

 

      NOTE :  For the year  2004,  the  reimbursement  of  medical expenses under the Medical       Aid  scheme  shall  be  enhanced proportionately for Eleven months i.e., February 2004 to December 2004. 

 

 

 

8.   HOSPITALISATION EXPENSES :

 

      On and from 1st May 2005, reimbursement of hospitalisation expenses under Regulation 24(1)(b)(i) of Officers’ Service Regulations, 1979/1982, shall be in terms of the Hospitalisation Scheme laid down under Bipartite Settlement dated 2nd June 2005, for Workmen employees, subject to the following limits :

 

SCALE OF OFFICER

LIMITS

a. Junior Management Grade Scale-I and Middle Management Grade Scale-II/III

i. Bed Charges

   Self     – Rs.600/- per day

   Family – Rs.450/- per day

 

ii. Other charges –

   At the scale of 125% of the limits laid down under the hospitalisation scheme applicable to Workmen employees. 

  

b. Senior Management Grade Scales-IV & V and Top Executive Grade Scales-VI & VII.

i. Bed Charges

 

   Self     – Rs.800/- per day

   Family – Rs.600/- per day

 

ii. Other Charges

    At the scale of 150% of the limits laid down under the hospitalisation scheme applicable to Workmen employees.     

  

 

9.  RECOVERY TOWARDS HOUSE / FURNITURE RENT (w.e.f. 01-11-2002) :

 

i] House Rent recovery shall be @ 1.75 % of the First stage of the Scale of Pay in which the Officer is placed OR the standard rent for the accommodation whichever is less. 

 

ii] Furniture rent recovery shall be @ 0.40% of the First stage of the Scale of pay in which the officer is placed.

 

10.  FIXED PERSONAL PAY :

 

On and from 01-11-2004, Fixed Personal Pay together with House Rent Allowance shall be at the following rates and shall remain frozen for the entire period of service.

     

 

INCREMENT

COMPONENT

 

DA as on

01.11.2002

Total FPP payable

    where Bank’s

accommodation is

provided

      (A)

(B)

 (C)

      Rs.

Rs.

Rs.

      560

  23

  583

      620 

  25

  645

      680

  28

  708

     1000

  41

  1041

 

NOTE : i) FPP as indicated in `C' above  shall  be  payable  to those officer employees who are provided with  Bank's accommodation.

 

ii) FPP for officers eligible for House Rent Allowance shall be `A' + `B' plus House Rent allowance drawn by the  officer  employees  concerned when the last increment of the relevant scale of pay as specified in sub-regulation (ii) of Regulation 4 is earned.

 

iii) The  increment  component  of  FPP  shall  rank for superannuation benefits.

 

 

 

11.    PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION PAY (w.e.f. 01-11-2002) :

 

       A) Officers shall be eligible for Professional Qualification Pay as under :

 

           i] Those who have passed only CAIIB-Part I / JAIIB -

              Rs.300/- p.m. one year after reaching top of the Scale.

 

 

           ii] Those who have passed both parts of CAIIB

              a) Rs.300/- p.m. one year after reaching top of the Scale

          b) Rs.750/- p.m. two years after reaching top of the Scale.

 

B)   An officer employee acquiring JAIIB / CAIIB [either or both parts] qualifications after reaching the maximum of the Scale of Pay, shall be granted from the date of acquiring such qualification the first instalment of PQP and the release of subsequent instalments of PQP shall be with reference to the date of release of first instalment of PQP. 

 

      Provided further that in case where an officer, as on 02-06-2005 has already acquired any of the above said qualifications and has not earned any increment or PQP on account of acquiring such qualification/s, he may be w.e.f. 01-11-2002 or the date of acquiring such qualification/s, whichever is later, released PQP as provided herein above.  

 

 

12.  OTHER ALLOWANCES :

 

        i. DEPUTATION ALLOWANCE :

 

     On and from 01-06-2005, deputation Allowance shall be at the following rates :

 

a)     An officer deputed to serve outside the Bank – 7.75 % of Pay with the maximum of Rs.1500/- p.m.

b)     An officer deputed to an organisation at the same place or to the training establishment of the Bank – 4 % of Pay with the maximum of Rs.750/- p.m.

 

       ii.  HILL AND FUEL ALLOWANCE (w.e.f. 01-11-2002) :

  

                        PLACE

RATE

                           1

2

a)  Places with an altitude of 1000 Metres and above   but less  than 1500 Metres and Mercara Town

2% of Pay subject to a maximum of Rs.400/- per month

b)  Places with an altitude of 1500 Metres and above but less than 3000 Metres

2.5% of  Pay  subject to a max. of Rs.500/- per month

c)   Places with an altitude of 3000 Metres and above

5% of Pay subject to a maximum of Rs.1150/- per month

 

       iii.  HALTING ALLOWANCE (w.e.f 01-06-2005) :

 

Grade / Scales of Officers

Major ‘A’ Class cities

[Rs.]

Area-I

[Rs.]

Other Places [Rs.]

Officers in Scale-IV & above.

600/-

550/-

500/-

Officers in Scale-I/II/III

550/-

500/-

400/-

 

Provided that in the case of Officers in Scale-IV and above, Halting Allowance payable per diem, while on outstation work at the 4 Metros Viz., Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata & Chennai shall be Rs.700/-. 

 

 

iv.  SPECIAL AREA ALLOWANCE [w.e.f 01-11-2002] :

 

At places where Special Area Allowance is payable in terms of regulation 23 (ii) of Officers’ Service Regulations, 1979/1982 the said allowance shall be payable at rates as in Annexure.

 

v.  COMPENSATION ON TRANSFER [w.e.f. 01-05-2005]  :

 

An officer on transfer will be eligible to draw a lumpsum amount, as indicated below, for expenses connected with packaging, local transportation, insuring the baggage etc :

 

Grade / Scales of Officers

(Rs.)

Officers in Scale-IV and above

8750/-

Officers in Scale-I/II/III

7000/-

 

vi. MODE OF TRAVEL AND EXPENSES ON TRAVEL :

 

On and from 02-06-2005, the following provisions shall apply wherever an officer is required to travel on duty :

 

i.         An Officer in Junior Management Grade is entitled to travel by 1st Class or AC 2 Tier sleeper by train.  He may, however, travel by Air [Economy Class] if so permitted by the competent authority, having regard to the exigencies of business or public interest. 

ii.   An Officer in Middle Management Grade is entitled to travel by 1st Class OR AC 2 Tier sleeper by train.  He may, however, travel by Air [Economy Class], if the distance to be travelled is more than 1000 Kms.   He may, however, travel by Air [Economy Class] even for shorter distance if so permitted by the competent authority having regard to the exigencies of business or public interest. 

 

iii.      An officer in Senior Management or Top Executive Grade is entitled to travel by AC 1st Class by train or by Air [Economy Class].   

 

iv.     An officer in Senior Management Grade or Top Executive Grade may travel by Car between places not connected by Air or Rail, provided that the distance does not exceed 500 Kms.  However, when a major part of the distance between the two places can be covered by Air or Rail, only the rest of the distance should normally be covered by Car.

 

v.        Any other officer may be authorised by the competent authority, having regard to the exigencies of business to travel by his own vehicle or by taxi or by the Bank’s vehicle. 

 

The remaining provisions in sub regulations (2) & (3) of Regulation 41 of Officers’ Service Regulations shall remain unchanged. 

 

vii.  LEAVE FARE CONCESSION / LEAVE TRAVEL CONCESSION :

 

       (i)     During each block of 4 years an officer shall be eligible for LTC for travel to his place of domicile once in each block of 2 years.  Alternatively, he may travel in one block of 2 years to his place of domicile and in another block of two years to any place in India by the shortest route.

 

 

 

 

 

      (ii)     Alternatively, an officer by exercising an option any time during a four year block / two year block as the case may be surrender and encash his LTC [other than travel to place of domicile] upon which he shall be entitled to receive an amount equivalent to 75 % of the eligible fare for the class of travel by train to which he is entitled upto a distance of 4500 Kms [one way] for officers in JMG Scale-I and MMG Scale-II & III and 5500 Kms [one way] for officers in SMG Scale-IV & above.   An officer opting to encash his LTC shall prefer the claim for himself / herself and his / her family members only once during the block / term in which such encashment is availed of.  The facility of encashment of Privilege Leave while availing of Leave Fare Concession is also available while encashing the facility of LFC. 

 

    (iii)     The mode and class by which an officer may avail of Leave Travel Concession shall be the same as the officer is normally entitled to travel on transfer and other terms & conditions, subject to which the Leave Travel Concession may be availed of by an officer, shall be decided by the Board from time to time.

 

viii.   DEFINITION OF FAMILY :

 

i.        For the purpose of Leave Travel Concession, “family” of an officer shall mean an officer’s spouse, wholly dependent unmarried children [including dependent step children and legally adopted children] and wholly dependent parents ordinarily residing with and wholly dependent on the officer. 

 

ii.          The term wholly dependent child / parent shall mean such member of the family having a monthly income not exceeding Rs.2550/- per month. 

 

If the Income of one of the parents exceeds Rs.2550/- per month or the aggregate income of both the parents exceeds Rs.2550/- p.m. both the parents shall not be considered as wholly dependent on the employee. 

 

13.      PROJECT AREA ALLOWANCE :

 

On and from 01-11-2002, Project Area Compensatory Allowance shall be payable at the following rates :

 

Project Areas falling in Group-A       =        Rs.210/- p.m.

Project Areas falling in Group-B       =        Rs.185/- p.m.

 

14.  MID ACADEMIC YEAR TRANSFER ALLOWANCE :

 

On and from 01-01-2004, Mid Academic Year Transfer allowance shall be payable at Rs.500/- per month, subject to other conditions. 

 

15.  SPLIT DUTY ALLOWANCE :

 

On and from 01-11-2002, split duty allowance shall be payable at Rs.125/- p.m. 

 

16.  GENERAL PROVISIONS :

 

Officers manning hubs/switch centres, disaster recovery centres or similar sensitive installations requiring round the clock maintenance / surveillance and security officers required to provide round the clock maintenance / surveillance shall not participate in any work stoppage or strike action. 

 

17.  DATE OF EFFECT  :

 

For payment of Arrears, the benefits under various provisions as above, shall be                       from 02-06-2005 unless otherwise specified against the relevant provisions. 

 

                                 

The following steps are to be adhered to, in connection with payment of adhoc amount of salary arrears:

 

(1) Staff Section (O) of the Circle shall communicate the revised notional basic pay and other allowances payable to individual officers.

 

(2) The details of actual amount of arrears to be paid will be furnished by concerned SS(O) /Establishment Cell.

 

(3) The officers shall be provided with a Statement containing the month wise paid / payable particulars of salary & other allowances and deductions made towards Provident  Fund / House Rent recovery etc.  The net arrears payable after deducting levy towards Associations / Unions / Income Tax, shall be disbursed as adhoc arrears.

 

(4) WHILE EDP WILL PROVIDE WITH THE DETAILS OF NET ARREARS PAYABLE, INCOME TAX AT SOURCE IS TO BE DEDUCTED AT BRANCHES / OFFICES AFTER TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE TOTAL EMOLUMENTS DRAWN BY THE INDIVIDUAL OFFICERS.

 

(5) The salary for the month of July 2005 and onwards will be paid at the revised scales on an adhoc basis till the Officers’ Service Regulations are finally amended.

 

(6) In case of any discrepancy  in  the  fitment  advised,  the officers are required to take up with the respective  Staff Section (O) by furnishing full details.

 

(7) In respect of officers who have retired / ceased to  be  in services of  the  Bank  on  or before  27/06/2005,  the salary &  emoluments  on  revised  scale shall be  disbursed  after hearing from us.

 

(8) The differential medical aid for the years 2004 & 2005 may be paid to officers concerned in service on their making an application for reimbursement. Executives who have opted  for reimbursement of medical expenses under CBOSR, 1979, are eligible for the differential medical aid. 

 

(9) a. Encashment of LFC is subject to deduction of admissible tax at source.

     b. LFC for a travel to native place/place of domicile is not encashable. 

     c. The entitled class for encashment of LFC is 1st class by train for officers in JMG   Scale-I, MMG Scale-II/III and A/C 1st Class by train for officers in SMG Scale-IV & above.

 

(10) The wholly dependent Brothers/Sisters of the Officers do not come under the definition of the Family, the same may please be taken note of.

 

(11)  For reimbursement of Hospitalisation Expenses, Please refer H.O. Circular No.159/2005, dated 22.6.2005 for schedule of charges and limits applicable to Workmen Employees.

 

The branches / offices are requested to make  a  note  that  in case any recovery is pending with  regard  to   excess   TA/LFC etc., such recoveries could be made out of  the  adhoc  arrears now being paid.

 

For any further clarifications, branches / offices are required to take up the same with their respective Staff Section(Officers) only.

 

 

 

 

K SURESH RAO

GENERAL MANAGER  

 

 

                                         

 


 

 

 

 

ANNEURE TO CIRCULAR NO. 170/2005 DATED 04/07/2005

 

SPECIAL AREA ALLOWANCE

 

The following guidelines are issued by the Government, in terms of Clause (2) of Regulation 23 (ii) of Canara Bank (Officers’) Service Regulations-1979.

 

With effect from 01.11.2002, Special Area Allowance may be paid to the Officer Employees at places indicated in Column 1 below and at the rates indicated in Column 2 till such time they are withdrawn or modified either wholly or partially.

 

Provided that if at any of the places indicated in Column 1 below, Hill and Fuel Allowance as provided under Regulation 23 (x) is also payable, then the officer shall be eligible to draw only higher of the two allowances and not both. Provided further that if such higher of the two allowances is less than the aggregate of Special Area Allowance an Hill and Fuel Allowance drawn by the officer on 31.10.1999 then such difference shall be protected as Personal Allowance till such time the officer remains at that place.

 

COLUMN   1

COLUMN  2

 

PAY FROM

RS 10,000/-

TO

RS 14,000/-

PAY FROM

RS 14,001/-

AND ABOVE

 

1        Mizoram

 

a) Chimptuipui District of Mizoram and areas beyond 25 KMs from Lunglei Town in Lunglei District of Mizoram

b) Throughout Lunglei District excluding areas beyond 25 KMs from Lunglei Town of Mizoram

c)  Throughout Aizawl District of Mizoram

(Rs.)

 

1,000

 

   800

 

   600

(Rs.)

 

1,300

 

1,050

 

  750

 

2    Nagaland

   800

1,050

 

3        Andaman & Nicobar Islands

 

a)     South Andaman [including Port Blair]

b)     North & Middle Andaman, Little Andaman, Nicobar & Narcondum Islands

 

 

800

 

1,000

 

 

1,050

 

1,300

 

4        Sikkim

1,000

1,300

 

5        Lakshadweep Islands

1,000

1,300

 

6        Assam

   160

   200

 

7        Meghalaya

  160

  200

 

8        Tripura

 

a)     Difficult areas of Tripura

b)     Throughout Tripura except difficult areas

 

 

800

 600

 

 

1,050

  750

 

9        Manipur

600

  750

 

10    Arunachal Pradesh

 

a)     Difficult areas of Arunachal Pradesh

b)     Throughout Arunachal Pradesh except difficult areas

 

 

1,000

800

 

 

1,300

1,050

 

11    Jammu & Kashmir

 

1)     Kathua District

a)     Niabat Bani

b)     Lohi

c)     Malhar

d)     Macchodi

 

 

1,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1,300

 

 

 

 

 

 

     2)  (i)  Udhampur District

a)     Dudu Basantgarh

b)     Lander Bhamag Illaqa

c)     Thakrakote

d)     Nagote

 

(ii)      All areas in Mohre Tehsil other than those included in 2 (c)

 

(iii)    Areas upto Goel from Kamban Side and areas upto Arnas from Keasi side in Tehsil Mohre

 

1,000

 

 

 

 

 

1,000

 

 

800

 

 

1,300

 

 

 

 

 

1,300

 

 

1,050

 

 

3)     Doda District

 

Illaqas of Padder and Niabat Nowgam in Kishtwar Tehsil

 

 

1,000

 

 

 

 

1,300

 

 

 

4)     Leh District

 

All places in the District

 

5)     Barmulla District

a)     Entire Gurez-Nirabat, Tangdar Sub-Divn and Keran Illaqa

 

b)     Matchill

 

6)     Poonch and Rajouri District: Areas in Poonch and Rajouri District excluding the towns of Poonch & Rajouri and Sunderbani and other urban areas in the two Districts

 

7)     Areas not included in [1] to [6] above, but which are within the distance of 8 KMs from the line of Actual Control or at places which may be declared as qualifying for border allowance from time to time by the State Government for their own staff

 

 

1,000

 

 

 

1,000

 

 

800

 

 

600

 

 

 

 

600

 

1,300

 

 

 

1,300

 

 

1,050

 

 

750

 

 

 

 

750

12.     Himachal Pradesh

(1)  Chamba District:

1. a. Pangi Tehsil

 

        b. Following Panchayat & Villages of Bharmour Tehsil

(i)      Panchayats: Badgaun, Bajol, Deol Kugti, Nayagam & Tundah

(ii)    Villages: Ghatu of Gram Panchayat Jagat, Kanarsi of Gram Panchayat Chauhata

 

      2. Bharmour Tehsil, excluding Panchayats & villages 

          included in Part 1.(b) above

      3. Jhandru Panchayat in Bhatiyat Tehsil, Churah Tehsil,

          Dalhousie Town (including Banikhet proper)

 

 

 

 

(2)  Kinnaur District:

 

a.      Asrang, Chitkul and Hangokuno/Charang Panchayats, 15/20 Area comprising the Gram Panchayats of Chhota Khamba, Nathpa and Rupi, Pooh Sub-Division, excluding the Panchayat Areas specified above

 

b.      Entire District other than Areas included in (a) above

 

 

 

(3)  Kullu District:

 

a.   15/20 area of Nirmand Tehsil comprising the Gram Panchayats of Kharga, Kushwar and Sarga

 

b.   Outer-Seraj (excluding Villages of Jakat-Khana and Burrow in Nirmand Tehsil) and entire District (excluding out Seraj area and pargana of Pandrabis but including villages Jagat Khana and Burrow of Tehsil Nirmand)

 

(4)  Lahaul and Spiti District:

 

Entire area of Lahaul and Spiti

 

(5)  Shimla District:

 

a.   15/20 area of Rampur Tehsil comprising of Panchayats of Koot, Labana-Sadana, Sarpara and Chadi-Branda.

 

b.   Dodra-Kawar Tehsil, Gram Panchayt of Darkali in Rampur, Kashapath Tehsil and Munish, Ghori Chaibis of Pargana Sarahan.

 

c.   Chopal Tehsil and Ghoris, Panjgaon, Patsnau, Naubis and Teen Koti of Pargana Sarahan, Deothi Gram Panchayat of Taklesh Area, Pargana Barabis, Kasba Rampur and Ghori Nog of Pargana Rampur of Rampur Tehsil, Shimla Town and its suburbs (Dhalli, Jatog, Kasumpti, Mashobra, Taradevi and Tutu)

 

(6)  Kangra District:

 

a.      Areas of Bara Bhangal and Chhota Bhangal

 

b.      Dharamshala Town of Kangra District and the following Offices located outside the Municipal limits but incuded in Dharmashala Town-Women’s ITI, Dari Mechanical Workshop Ramnagar, Child Welfare and Town and Country Planning Offices, Sakoh, CRSF Office at Lower Sakoh, Kangra Milk Supply Scheme, Dugiar, HRTC Workshop, Sadher, Zonal Malaria Office, Dari, Forest Corporation Office, Shamnagar, Tea Factory, Dari, IPH Sub-Division, Dan, Settlement Office, Shamnagar, Binwa Project, Shamnagar

 

Palampur Town of Kangra District including HPKVV Campus at Palampur and the following offices located outside its municipal limits but included in Palampur Town – H.P.Krishi Vishwavidhyalaya Campus, Cattle Development Office / Jersey Farm, Banuri, Sericulture Office / Indo-German Agriculture Workshop/HPPWD Division, Bundla, Electrical Sub-Division, Lohna, DPO Corporation, Bundla, Electrical HPSEE Division, Ghuggar.

 

 

 

(7)  Mandi District:

Chhuhar Valley of Jogindernagar Tehsil, Panchayats in Thunag Tehsil-of Bagraa, Chatri, Chhotdhar, Garagushain, Gatoo Garyas, Janjehli, Jaryar, Johar, Kalhani, Kalwan, Kholanal, Loth, Silibagi, Somachan, Thachdhar, Tachi, Thana, Panchayats of Dharampur Block-Binga, Kamlah, Saklana, Tanyar and Tarakbolah, Panchayats of Karsog Tehsil, Balidhar, Bagra, Gopalpur, Khajol, Mahog, Mehudi, Manj, Pekhi, Sainj, Sarahan and Teban, Panchayats of Sundernagr Tehsil – Bohi, Batwara, Dhanyara, Paura-Kothi, Seri and Shoja.

 

(8)  Sirmaur District:

a.      Panchayats of Bani, Bakhali (Pachhad Tehsil), Bharog Bheneri (Paonta Tehsil), Birla (Nahan Tehsil), Dibber (Pachhat Tehsil) and Thana Kasoga (Nahan Tehsil)

b.      Thansgiri Tract

 

(9)  Solan District:

Mangal Panchayat

 

(10) Remaining areas of Himachal Pradesh not included in (1) to (9) above

 

 

 

1,000

 

 

800

 

 

 

 

 

600

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1,000

 

 

 

 

 

800

 

 

 

 

 

1,000

 

 

600

 

 

 

 

 

1,000

 

 

 

 

 

1,000

 

 

 

800

 

 

 

600

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

800

 

600

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

600

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

600

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

600

 

 

 

 

 

600

 

 

160

 

 

 

 

1,300

 

 

1,050

 

 

 

 

 

750

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1,300

 

 

 

 

 

1,050

 

 

 

 

 

1,300

 

 

750

 

 

 

 

 

1,300

 

 

 

 

 

1,300

 

 

 

1,050

 

 

 

750

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1,050

 

750

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

750

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

750

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

750

 

 

 

 

 

750

 

 

200

13.     Uttar Pradesh: Areas under Chamoli, Pithoragarh and Uttar Kashi Districts:

 

2.a. Other area of District Pithoragarh and Uttar Kashi (including

       District Headquarters of Uttar Kashi)

 

2 b. Champawat District (including area of Lohaghat)

 

 

 

 

1,000

 

 

 

1,300

14.     Uttaranchal:

 

Areas under Rudraprayag and Champavat Districts

 

 

800

 

 

1,050