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DOPT – Transfer on deputation/foreign service of Central Government Employees to ex-cadre posts under the Central Government/ State Governments/Public Sector Undertakings/Autonomous Bodies, Universities/UT Administration, Local Bodies etc. and vice–versa – Regulation of pay, Deputation (duty) Allowance, tenure of deputation/ foreign service and other terms and conditions – regarding.

No. 6/8/2009-Estt. (Pay II)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

New Delhi the 17th June, 2010

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Transfer on deputationfforeign service of Central Government Employees to ex-cadre posts under the Central Government/ State Governments/Public Sector Undertakings/Autonomous Bodies, Universities! UT Administration, Local Bodies etc. and vice–versa – Regulation of pay, Deputation (duty) Allowance, tenure of deputation/ foreign service and other terms and conditions – regarding.
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The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. No.2/29/91-Estt. (Pay II) dated 5′” January, 1994 as amended/revised from time to time. A need has been felt to consolidate all these orders in one place and accordingly, it has been decided, in consultation with Department of Expenditure, to bring out a self contained O.M. in supersession of OM dated 5.1.94 and subsequent amendments on the subject, incorporating the provisions of earlier orders with suitable modifications, wherever necessary.
2. Application
2.1 These orders will apply to all Central Government employees, who are regularly appointed on deputationfforeign service in accordance with Recruitment Rules of the ex-cadre posts, under the same or some other Departments of Central Government or under the State Governments/ Union Territories Administration/ Local Bodies or under CentraV State PSUs/Autonomous Bodies etc. set up or controlled by Central/State Governments provided the foreign service under such PSUs/autonomous bodies has been permitted in relaxation of appointment on immediate absorption basis. These orders will also cover the cases of regular appointment on deputationfforeign service of employees of State Govemment/local bodies etc. as well as PSUs/Autonomous Bodies of CentraVState Governments as per recruitment rules in the Central Government.
2.2 However, the following cases shall not be covered under these orders for whom separate orders exist:

(a) Members of the All India Services and those deputed to posts, whose terms are regulated under specific statutory rules or orders;

(b) Officers appointed on deputation to posts under the Central Staffing Scheme (CSS) for whom separate orders as issued from time to time will continue to apply;

(c) Deputation to posts operated outside India;

(d) Appointments of a specific category of employees to a specified class of posts, such as appointments made in the Personal Staff of Ministers etc., in respect of which special orders are already in existence. However, the terms and conditions set out in this O.M. will apply to those cases to the extent these are not specifically covered under such special orders.

(e) Appointments of the nature of deemed deputation or transfers to ex-cadre posts made in exigencies of service with the specific condition that no deputation (duty) allowance will be admissible – e.g. (i) interim arrangements in the event of conversion of a Government office/organisation or a portion thereof into a PSU/ autonomous body or vice-versa; and (ii) appointments to the same post in another cadre.

3. Scope of Term ‘deputation/ foreign service’ – Restrictions on treating an appointment as on deputation/ foreign service.

3.1 The terms deputation/foreign service will cover only those appointments that are made by transfer on a temporary basis provided the transfer is outside the normal field of deployment and is in public interest. The question whether the transfer is outside the normal field of deployment or not will be decided by the authority which controls the service or post from which the employee is transferred.

3.2 The following types of appointments will not be treated as deputation/foreign service for the purposes of these orders:

(a) appointment of serving employees made either by promotion or by direct recruitment from amongst open market candidates whether on permanent or temporary basis.

(b) permanent appointment made by transfer.

(c)Temporary appointment made on the basis of personal requests of employees.

(d) Arrangements necessitated by staff imbalances arising on re-organisation of offices on the same or different stations, subject to the specific condition that no deputation (duty) allowance will be admissible in such cases.

3.3 A person in a higher Grade Pay/scale of pay shall not be appointed on deputation to a post in lower Grade Pay/scale of pay if the deputation is from Central Government to Central Government and also in cases where the scale of pay and dearness allowance in the parent cadre post and ex-cadre post are similar.

3.4 However, no appointment on deputationfforeign service shall be made from/to Central Government/ an organisation where the pay scale and DA in the parent cadre post and ex-cadre post are dissimilar, if the basic pay in the parent cadre increased by one increment plus dearness allowance(s) including interim relief if any, admissible to a person in the parent cadre post exceeds the basic pay plus dearness allowance (s) including interim relief, if any, at the maximum of the pay scale of the ex-cadre post. In the revised pay structure, the maximum of the scale would mean the sum of the Grade Pay of the ex-cadre post and maximum of the Pay Band PB 4 i.e. Rs. 67000. For example, if the ex-cadre post is in the Grade Pay of Rs. 4200, then the maximum would be Rs. 71200 i.e. Rs. 4200 plus Rs. 67000 (maximum of PB 4).

4. Exercise of option

4.1 An employee appointed on deputation/foreign service, may elect to draw either the pay in the scale of pay of deputation/foreign service post or his/her basic pay in the parent cadre plus deputation (duty) allowance thereon plus personal pay, if any. However, in case of Government employees on deputation/ foreign service to CPSEs, this option will not be allowed and their pay will be governed in terms of the orders issued by Department of Public Enterprises vide OM dated 26.11.2008 and clarifications issued thereafter.

4.2 The borrowing authority shall obtain the option of the employee within one month from the date of joining the ex-cadre post unless the employee has himself furnished the option.

4.3 The option once exercised shall be final.

4.4 However, the employee may revise the option under the following circumstances which will be effective from the date of occurrence of the same:

(a) When he/she receives proforma promotion or is appointed to non-functional selection grade or up-gradation of scale in the parent cadre;

(b) When he/she is reverted to a lower grade in the parent cadre;

(c) When the scale of pay of the parent post on the basis of which his emoluments are regulated during deputation/foreign service or of the ex-cadre post held by the employee on deputation/foreign service is revised either prospectively or from a retrospective date.

(d) Based on the revised/same option of the employee, in the event of proforma promotion/appointment to non-functional Selection

Grade/revision/upgradation of scales of pay in the parent cadre, his/her pay will be re-fixed with reference to the revised entitlement of pay in the parent cadre. However, if the initial option was for the pay scale of the deputation post and no change in option already exercised is envisaged, the pay already drawn in deputation post will be protected if the pay re-fixed is less.

Note: Revision in the rates of DA, HRA or any other allowance either in the parent or borrowing organisation shall not be an occasion for revision of the earlier option.

4.5. If the pay of an employee in his cadre post undergoes downward revision, the pay in the ex-cadre post is also liable to be re-fixed on the basis of revised pay and in accordance with the revised option or existing option if the employee does not revise his option.

5. Pay fixation

5.1 When an employee on deputation/Foreign Service elects to draw pay in the scale of pay attached to the ex-cadre post, his/ her pay may be fixed as under:

(i) Deputation from Central Government to Central Government

If the scale of pay/Grade Pay of the ex-cadre post is higher, the pay may be fixed after adding one increment to the existing pay in the Pay Band of the parent cadre post. The grade pay corresponding to the ex-cadre post would thereafter be granted in addition to this pay in the pay band. However, in cases where the fixation of pay in the ex-cadre post involves change of Pay Band also, if the pay in the pay band after adding the increment is less than the minimum of the pay band corresponding to the grade pay of the ex-cadre post, the pay in the pay band will be fixed at the minimum of the Pay Band.

In case the Grade Pay/scale of employee’s cadre post and the ex-cadre post are identical, the employee would continue to draw his/her existing basic pay.

In case the Grade pay of the ex-cadre post is upto Rs 10000, the Basic Pay, from time to time after pay fixation should not exceed the maximum of the pay band PB-(Rs.67000) plus the grade pay of the post held on deputation. In case the ex-cadre post is in the HAG or HAG+ pay scale, the Basic Pay, from time to time after pay fixation should not exceed Rs. 79000 or Rs.80000 respectively.

(ii) In foreign service/ Reverse Foreign Service

(a) when the pay scale of the post in the parent cadre and that attached to ex-cadre post are based on the same index level and the DA pattern is also same, the pay may be fixed as under (i) above.

(b) If the appointment is made to a post whose pay structure and/ or DA pattern is dissimilar to that in the parent organisation, pay may be fixed by adding one increment to the pay in the parent cadre post in the scale of his regular parent post ( and if he/she was drawing pay at the maximum of the scale, by the increment last drawn) and equating the pay so raised plus dearness allowance (and additional or ad-hoc dearness allowance, Interim relief etc., if any) with emoluments comprising of pay plus DA, ADA, Interim relief etc., if any, admissible, in the borrowing organisation and the pay may be fixed at the stage in the pay scale of the ex-cadre post at which total emoluments admissible in the ex-cadre post as above equal the emoluments drawn in the cadre.
5.2 In cases of appointment from one ex-cadre post to another ex-cadre post where the employee opts to draw pay in the scale of the ex-cadre post, the pay in the second or subsequent ex-cadre post should be fixed under the normal rules with reference to the pay in the cadre post only. However, in respect of appointments to ex-cadre posts carrying Grade Pay identical to that of the ex-cadre post(s) held on an earlier occasion(s), it may be ensured that the pay drawn in subsequent appointment should not be less than the pay drawn earlier.

5.3 In cases of appointments to a second or subsequent ex-cadre post(s) in a higher pay scale/grade pay than that of the previous ex cadre post, the pay may be fixed with reference to the pay drawn in the cadre post and if the pay so fixed happens to be less than the pay drawn in the previous ex-cadre post, the difference may be allowed as personal pay to be absorbed in future increases in pay. This is subject to the condition that on both the occasions, the employee should have opted to draw pay in the scales of pay/Grade Pay attached to the ex-cadre posts.

Note-1: The term parent post and basic pay means the post held on regular basis in the parent organisation and pay drawn! admissible in such a post respectively.

Note-2: An officer who may be holding a higher post on adhoc basis in the cadre at the time of proceeding on deputation/ foreign service would be considered to have vacated the post held on adhoc basis and proceeded on deputation/ foreign service from his/her regular post. During the period of deputation/ foreign service, he/she shall earn notional increments in the parent cadre post. On reversion, if he/she is re-appointed to the higher post on regular or adhoc basis his pay will get fixed with reference to the pay admissible in the lower post on the date of such re-appointment. In such cases, if his pay gets fixed at a stage lower than that of his junior(s) who continued to serve in the cadre, no stepping up will be admissible as per extant rules in so far as Central Government employees are concerned. However, if the pay so fixed is less than the pay drawn earlier while holding the post on ad-hoc basis the pay earlier drawn will be protected. Therefore, those Central Government employees who are already holding a higher post on ad-hoc basis or expecting it shortly in the parent cadre may weigh all relevant considerations before opting for deputation/foreign service. This note of caution will be applicable to employees of other organisations wishing to apply for posts on deputation in Central Government, if governed by similar rules in parent organisation.

Note-3: Pay of an officer appointed on deputation/foreign service on adhoc basis pending selection of a regular incumbent may also be regulated in accordance with provisions of Para 5.1 & 6.1 of this O.M.

Note-4: The provisions of this Para as well as Para 6 will not apply to appointments on Personal Staff of Ministers. Such appointments will be regulated by separate specific orders issued by the Government in that behalf.

6. Deputation (duty) Allowance

6.1 The deputation (duty) allowance admissible shall be at the following rates:

(a) In case of deputation within the same station, the allowance will be paid at the rate of 5% of basic pay subject to a maximum of Rs.2000 p.m.; and

(b) In other cases, Deputation (Duty) Allowance will be payable at the rate of 10% of the employee’s basic pay subject to a maximum of Rs.4000/- p.m.

(c) The deputation (duty) allowance as above shall further be restricted as under:

Basic Pay, from time to time, plus Deputation (Duty) Allowance shall not exceed the maximum of the pay band PB-4 (Rs.67000) plus the grade pay of the post held on deputation in case the Grade Pay of the post held on deputation is upto Rs 10000. In case the post held on deputation is in the HAG or HAG+ pay scales, the Basic Pay, from time to time, plus Deputation (Duty) Allowance should not exceed Rs. 79000 and Rs.80000 respectively.

Note: Basic Pay in the revised pay structure means the pay drawn in the prescribed pay band plus the applicable grade pay but does not include any other type of pay like special pay/allowance etc.

The rates of deputation (duty) allowance as above shall take effect from 1.9.2008.

Note: 1 The term ‘same station’ for the purpose will be determined with reference to the station where the person was on duty before proceeding on deputation.

Note: 2 Where there is no change in the headquarters with reference to the last post held, the transfer should be treated as within the same station and when there is change in headquarters it would be treated as not in the same station. So far as places falling within the same urban agglomeration of the old headquarters are concerned, they would be treated as transfer within the same station.

6.2 Special rates of deputation (duty) allowance may be admissible under separate orders in any particular area on account of the condition of living there being particularly ardous or unattractive. Where special rate is more favourable than that given in Para 6.1 above, employees deputed to the area will be given the benefit of the special rate.

6.3.1 If an employee with the permission of the competent authority, proceeds on deputation/foreign service from one ex-cadre post to another ex-cadre post in the same or another organisation without reverting to his parent cadre, and if the second ex-cadre post is at the same station as the first one, the rate of deputation (duty) allowance would remain unchanged.

6.3.2 In cases where a person on deputation/foreign service is transferred by the borrowing authority from one station to another without any change in the post held by him, the rate of deputation (duty) allowance will be refixed as per 6.1 (b).

7. Admissibility of pav, allowances & benefits while on deputation/foreign service

7.1 Any project allowance admissible in a project area in the borrowing organisation may be drawn in addition to deputation (duty) allowance.

7.2 Any special allowance granted to an employee in the parent Department under FR 9(25) or a corresponding. rule of parent organisation should not be allowed in addition to deputation (duty) allowance. However, the borrowing department may allow in addition to deputation (duty) allowance, under special circumstances, any special allowance attached to the post held by the employee in his/her parent Department, by suitably restricting the deputation (duty) allowance. This will require the specific and prior approval of Department of Personnel & Training.

7.3 In case special allowance is attached to the scale of pay of the ex-cadre post and the employee has opted to draw pay in that scale, then, in addition to the pay in that scale, he will also be entitled to draw such special allowance. However, such special allowance will not be admissible if he has opted to draw pay in the parent cadre scale/grade pay plus deputation (duty) allowance.

7.4 Personal pay, if any, drawn by an employee in his parent department will continue to be admissible on deputation/foreign service if he/she opts to draw pay in the parent cadre scale/grade pay plus deputation (duty) allowance. No deputation (duty) allowance on this personal pay will however, be admissible.

7.5 Increments – The employee will draw increment in the parent cadre grade or in the scale of pay /grade pay attached to the deputation post as the case may be, depending on whether he has opted for the parent cadre pay plus deputation (duty) allowance or the pay scale /grade pay of the deputation post. If he has opted for pay scale/grade pay of the deputation post, notional increments shall also continue to accrue to him in the post held on regular basis in the parent cadre/ organisation for the purpose of regulation of pay on repatriation to the parent post at the end of the tenure.

7.6 Admissibility of allowances and benefits while on deputation/ foreign service.

(a) Such allowances as are not admissible to regular employees of corresponding status in the borrowing organisation shall not be admissible to the officer on deputation/foreign service, even if they were admissible in the parent organisation.

(b) Following allowances will be regulated with mutual consent of the lending and borrowing organisation:

(i) HRA/Transport Allowance
(ii) Joining time and Joining Time Pay.
(iii) Travelling Allowances and Transfer T.A.
(iv) Children Education Allowance.
(v) LTC.

(c) Following allowancesMacilities will be regulated in accordance with the rules as explained against each:

(i) Dearness Allowance – The employee shall be entitled to dearness allowance at the rates prevailing in the borrowing organisation or in the lending organisation depending on whether he has opted to draw pay in the pay scale/grade pay of the ex-cadre post or the parent grade plus deputation (duty) allowance.

(ii) Medical Facilities – This will be regulated in accordance with the rules of the borrowing organisation.

(iii) Leave – An officer on deputation/foreign service shall be regulated by the Leave Rules of the parent organisation. If however an employee proceeds from vacation department to non-vacation department, or vice-versa, he shall be governed by Leave Rules of the borrowing organisation. At the time of reversion from the deputation post to the parent cadre, the borrowing organisation may allow him/her leave not exceeding two months. The employee should apply for further leave to his Cadre Controlling Authority.

7.7 Leave salary/Pension/NPS Contribution.

(i) As at present, allocation of leave salary and pension contribution between different Ministries/Departments of Central Government and between Central and State Government has been dispensed with. In such cases of deputation from Central Government to State Government and vice-versa, liability for bearing leave salary vests with the Department from which the officer proceeds on leave or which sanctioned leave and no contributions are payable to the lending organisation. Liability for pension/ employee’s contribution to CPF will be borne by the parent department, to which the officer permanently belongs at the time of retirement and no proportionate contribution will be recovered.

(ii) in case of deputation of Central Government employees on foreign service terms to Central Public Sector Undertakings! State Public Sector Undertakings and Autonomous Bodies! etc., leave salary contribution (except for the period of leave availed of on foreign service) and pension contribution/CPF (Employer’s share) contribution are required to be paid either by the employee himself or by the borrowing organisation to the Central Government.

(iii) In cases of reverse deputation from Central Public Sector Undertakings! State Public Sector Undertakings! Autonomous Bodies/local bodies to Central Government, the question regarding leave salary and pension contribution will be decided by mutual consent.

(iv) In case of employees covered under New Pension Scheme (NPS), the borrowing department shall make matching contribution to the NPS account of the employee.

8. Tenure of deputation/foreign service.

8.1 The period of deputation/foreign service shall be as per the Recruitment Rules of the ex-cadre post or 3 years in case no tenure regulations exist for the ex-cadre post.

8.2. In case where the period of deputation/foreign service prescribed in the recruitment rules of the ex-cadre post is 3 years or less, the Administrative Ministry/borrowing organisation may grant extension upto the 4th year after obtaining orders of their Secretary (in the Central Government)/Chief Secretary (in the State Government)/ equivalent officer (in respect of other cases) and for the fifth year with the approval of the Minister of the borrowing Ministry/Department and in respect of other organisations with the approval of the Minister of the borrowing Ministry/Department with which they are administratively concerned.

8.3.1 The borrowing Ministries/Departments/Organisations may extend the period of deputation upto the fifth year where absolutely necessary in public interest, subject to the following conditions:

(i) The extension would be subject to the prior approval of the tending organisation, the consent of the official concerned and wherever necessary, the approval of the UPSC/ State Public Service Commission and Appointment Committee of Cabinet (ACC).

(ii) If the borrowing organisation wishes to retain an officer beyond the prescribed tenure, it shall initiate action for seeking concurrence of lending organisation, individual concerned etc. six months before the date of expiry of tenure. In no case it should retain an official beyond the sanctioned term unless prior approval of the competent authority to grant further extension has been obtained.

(iii) No further extension beyond the fifth year shall be considered.

8.3.2 Where extension is granted up to the fifth year, the official concerned will continue to be allowed deputation (duty) allowance, if he/she has opted to draw deputation (duty) allowance.

8.4 There shall be a mandatory `cooling off period of three years after every period of deputationfforeign service up to Joint Secretary level posts and one year for Additional Secretary level posts.

8.5 A Central Government employee shall be eligible for deputation/foreign service to posts in State Government/ State Government Organisations/Government of UTs/ Government of UT’s Organisations/ Autonomous Bodies, Trusts, Societies, PSUs etc. not controlled by the Central Government only after he has completed 9 years of service and is clear from the vigilance angle.

8.6 If during the period of deputation/ foreign service, on account of proforma promotion in the parent cadre the official concerned becomes entitled to a higher Pay Scale/ Pay Band & Grade Pay in the parent cadre vis-a-vis that of the ex-cadre post, the official shall complete his/her normal /extended tenure of deputation already sanctioned with the approval of the competent authority. The pay shall be regulated as under:

(a) If the Grade pay of the officer in the parent cadre becomes higher than that of the deputation post after getting proforma promotion, he may be allowed the pay in the pay band + Grade Pay of the post to which he is promoted till the time he completes the normal/extended period of deputation (if he gets proforma promotion in the extended period) already sanctioned, if he so opts. No extension in the period of deputation shall be allowed to him after completing the sanctioned period of deputation.

(b) If he draws the pay in the pay band + Grade pay attached to the deputation post, on reversion to his parent cadre, his pay may be fixed by allowing him notional increments in his regular post in the parent department + the Grade pay attached to it.

(c) if the Grade pay of the officer in the parent cadre becomes higher than that of the deputation post on getting financial upgradation under the ACPIMACP scheme, the officer may be allowed to draw the pay in the pay band + Grade Pay to which he becomes entitled to under the ACP/MACPS, if opted for by him, as laid down in Para 27 of Annexure I to the DOPT OM No. 35034/312008 -Estt. (D) dated 19th May, 2009.

9. Premature reversion of deputationist to parent cadre.
Normally, when an employee is appointed on deputation/ foreign service, his services are placed at the disposal of the parent Ministry/ Department at the end of the tenure. However, as and when a situation arises for premature reversion to the parent cadre of the deputationist, his services could be so returned after giving an advance notice of at least three months to the lending Ministry/ Department and the employee concerned.

10. Relaxation of conditions.
Any relaxation of these terms and conditions will require the prior concurrence of the Department of Personnel & training.

11. Date of Effect
The orders will take effect from 1.1.2006 and shall be applicable to all officers who were on deputation on 1.1.2006 or appointed thereafter except for the revised rates of deputation (duty) allowance which shall be applicable from 1.9.2008 as mentioned below Para 6.1 of this OM.
12. In so far as persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department are concerned, these orders will apply for deputation outside Indian Audit and Accounts Department as concurred in by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

13. Hindi version will follow.

(Rita Mathur)

Director

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Comments

  1. Brajesh says:

    I am on deputation on same scale and grade pay since Nov. 2011 for the one year
    Now after 3 months I wish to apply for a position vacant in the higher pay scale and the higher grade pay.
    Please tell me the correct action…
    1–Am I allowed to apply for the second deputation
    now as I have not completed one year duration of deputation???
    2–should I go back to my parent dept immediately
    and then apply from there.
    3—Can I continue my deputation here and apply for the
    second deputation (forwarded from parent dept) now itself.

  2. CNU says:

    you go to parent unit and stay there only in future you do not apply any deputation.

  3. SUBHASH CHAND says:

    I HAVE EARIER REQUESTED ON 12.8.20112 THAT “””””Para 8.4 of the circular is not good as there would be very few application for the post advertised on deputation. Only, few Govt. Employees wants to apply for deputation posts and maximum wants to live in thier parent cadre. The cooling off period should not be more than for 3 or 6 months. DOPT should analysis the datas from the departments where the applications has been called for and sufficient applications not received to the advertised posts. It is strogly recommended and requested that the period may be curtailed to 3 month from three years.
    SUBHASH says:
    August 12, 2011 at 11:06 AM
    Para 8.4 should be deleted and there should be no cooling off period. The borrowing or appointing authorties should have discreationary powers on this issue.”””””
    NOTHING HAS BEEN DONE SO FAR IN THIS REGARD. SO MANY DEPARTMENT ARE SORT OF MANPOWER AND MANY HAVE SPARE. FOR THE SAKE OF GOVT. COOLING PERIOD SHOULD BE CURTAILED TO 6 MONTHS.
    I AM WORKING IN STATTORY AUTONOMUS BODY UNDER THE ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL OF MINISTRY OF LABOUR. RETURNED FROM THE DEPUTATION ON 16.10.2010 AFTER COMPLETING 3 YEARS. NOW THE DPARTMENT IS NOT FORWARDING APPLICATION TO ANY DEPARTMENT BY SAYING THAT COOLING OFF PERIOD HAS NOT BEEN COMPLETED. SOME OF THE OFFICERS/OFFICIALS HAVE BEEN SELECTED ON DEPUTATION WITHOUT CONSIDERING THE COOLING OFF PERIOD WHEREAS MY APPLICATIONS TURNED DOWN. TWO SET OF RULES ARE BEING FOLLOWED IN A DEPARTMENT. WHAT A HELL.
    TO APPLY THE EX CADRE POSTS THE AGE SHOULD BE ENHANCED TO 58 YEARS AS SUPERANNUATION AGE IS NOW 60 YEARS.
    PLEASE LOOK IN TO THE MATTER IMMEDIATELY.

  4. SUBHASH CHAND says:

    I RETURNED FROM DEPUTATION ON 16.10.2010 AFTER COMPLETING 3 YEARS DEPUTATION. THE COOLING PERIOD OF 3 YEAR IS REQUIRED WHEN PERSON COMPLETE DEPUTATION OF 5 YEAR. THE DEPARMENT IS TAKING ADVANTAGE AND MISINTEPRETING THE RULES.

    PLEASE LOOK INTO AND GUIDE.

  5. MADAN PRASAD says:

    i was repatriate from deputation just before 10 months and know wish to go for another deputation post but my superiors are not allowing me for that saying that my cooling periods from deputation is not completed yet. i want to know whether any cooling periods from deputation return official are applicable if yes that in which circumstances i will be go within cooling periods for another deputation.

  6. Hitesh Kumar says:

    Sir,
    I want to know the following:-
    a) Can a government servant apply for deputation in other ministries, if yes then how many times in a year.
    b)Can the Head of Office stop the application without any genuine reason? If yes then under what circumstances?

    Please reply me as early as possible, because i have applied for deputation and last dated of applying is 5th may 2012 and my HOE is holding the case without any reason.

    Thanking you,
    An early reply expected

  7. swamy says:

    kindly clarify whether parent department can ask for repatriation of an official before completion of 3 years from the borrowing department. If so, under what rules/orders.

  8. chanchal konar says:

    Sir,
    I joined on deputation in the of Post Stenographer Gr. C ( scale of pay 9300-43800 and grade pay Rs. 4200) in DRT-3, under Central Govt. from West Bengal Stenographer Sch.B.basic Grde (scale of pay 7100-37600 and grde pay 3900 & DA)on 13.4.2012 for a period of three years.
    I draw at parent Organisation as per L.P.C i)pay in pay band = Rs.12340, ii)Grade Pay-Rs.3900, iii)D.A. =Rs.7308(45%),HRA -15%
    What will be my new pay structure at Central Govt. ? i) Pay in Pay Band ? ii) Grade Pay ;Rs.4200( fixed)iii) DA ? iv) HRA ?,v)depuation allowance ? vi) other allowance ? Please let me know

  9. Sir,
    The clearification regarding fixtion of pay of an incumbent who joined on depution from a state where the reate of DA is less ( 45%) lilke the state of West Bengal is not clearly mentioned ( Point No. 5). For this reason, an incumbent who joned on deputaton for three years from the State of West Bengal Govt.to Central Govt.,for Pay fixation of the said incumbent,the formula of calculation of fixing Basic Pay under the Central Governemnt i.e. The total pay (adding 3% notional increment on sum of Basic pay & Grade Pay + DA ( @ 45% ) devided by 165 (100+ present rate of DA i.e. @65%) multiplied by 100 has been followed and as a result the pay in pay band has been decreased by more than Rs.1900/-in his central Govt. office, though he joned from jr. scale to higher scale of pay and pay band and completed more than 14 Years of service in the parent cadre.
    Now I am to request to please clerify I) What will be the process of fixing of Pay in Pay Band where rate of DA is less? II) What to do if the Pay in Pay Band becomes less more than Rs. 1900/- after fixation of pay like above? III) If the rate of DA increases or becomes same at the parent cadre ( from 45 % to 65% ) what more benefit can get in his Central Govt. Office ? IV) If the location of the office of parent cadre and Ex-cadre are same, is the incumbent entitled to get Deputation Allowances ? Iv) Is the incumbent allowed to avail LTC like Central Govt. emplees ?
    Thanking you in anticipation.
    With regards.

  10. suryasekhar Ghosh says:

    Sir,
    In point no. 5 regarding fixation of Pay ( Pay in Pay band and D.A. and Ors.) for an employee who joned on depution from a state Govt.sevice where rate of D.A.45 % to Central Govt. Where rate of D.A. 65%.
    It will be beneficial for the concerend employees if a detail clarificion is made regarding the above and if possible by giving a sample of fixation

    Thanking you,
    yours sincerely

  11. bikas hazra says:

    Sir,
    Please clerify with an example what rule will be followed for fixation of pay if an incumbent who joined on deputation for 3-yars from his state govt. service to Central Govt. Service where rate of DA is different ( say in State Govt. 40% and in Central Govt. 65%.

    with regards,

  12. Divakar says:

    Sir,
    If I go on deputation from Public sector to Central Govt. for a period of 3 years and during this tenure if get my Proforma(Regular) promotion in my parent company, please clarify the below..
    1. Should it (Proforma promotion) be intimated to me from my parent company.
    2. Implications on my ex-cadre pay.
    3. Most importantly, When I’m repatriated back to my parent company after 3years of deputation, is my promotion to the next cadre will be valid and the period (time from promotion to next cadre in parent company to the time repatriated back) of this promotion in parent company is counted for my seniority. Please give me link to any circulars which talk about this issue.

    Thank You

  13. P.V.Chacko says:

    Sir,presently I’am working as Assitant Commandant under the administration of lakshadweep from the post of DySP,Kerala police on deputation.My basic pay in parent department is Rs.33680/-.I opted the central pay scale of 15600-39100 +5400(GP).But the account authorities fixed my pay at 25400+5400(GP).They not protected my parent basic pay. Please give me neccessary advice.Thank you.

  14. P.V.Chacko says:

    I have one more doubt to be clarified.I joined in India reserve Battalion on 01-06-2011 as Assistant Commandant from the post of DySP, Kerala Police on deputation.Assistant Commandant is equivalent to DySP.According to 6th CPC I’am eligible for the next rank ie,the post of Deputy Commandant since I completed 5 years service in the rank of AC/DySP on 29-03-2012.I give my application for the post of Deputy Commandant.But the authority refused my application by saying that recruitment rule is not amended so far.According to RR 6 year service is required for the next rank.Promotion to the post of DC is for the deputation period only. Whether amendment of RR is necessary for the deputation post.

  15. Mahendra Rajak says:

    I joined on deputation post on 10.5.2011 and opted for my pay fixation from July 2011 by adding double increments ( one for notional increment and another for annual increment)is it possible ? pleaswe advice

  16. neelu says:

    sir, is there any chance for deputation those who r working as contractual medical officers in andhra pradesh (homoeo )to bangalore in esi hospital,as our ayush took under esic recently and our contract period is for 1 year, may be extendible.please reply to my mail

  17. estt section says:

    Calculation of FSC:
    1] Whether annual increment should be taken in pension & leave salary contribution, while calculating FSC charges

    2] Whether contribution for the period of leave availed on deputation should be adjusted in Pension & leave salary contribution
    3] whether deputation allowance should be taken in Pension contribution as well as leave salary contribution also

  18. jeevan saha says:

    sir,
    Please let me know after joning from State Governemnt Service ( W.B.)to Cental Governemnt am I eligible to receive i) Scooter Advance, ii) LTC iii) Education allowances for childrens ?

    hanking you,

    Yuours sincerely,

    Jeevan Saha

  19. N.Bose says:

    Sir,
    I went on deputaton from State PSU to Central Govt. different offices for 10 years, as my company does not have such rule of colling off period. Now I have come back to my parent office. Presently, my parent office told me the accumulation of leave to my credit like EL/ML will not be given to me.

    Kindly inform me whether I am eligible to get that.

  20. Sajish.S.K says:

    Sir,
    presently I’am working as senior Drught’sMan under Census Directorate Kerala (Govt. of India) from the post of Head Draught’s man, Kerala Survey and Land Records department on deputation.My basic pay in parent department is Rs.20240/-and DA. @38%.The central pay 9300+4200(GP).Please fix my pay and please suggest better option state or central. Please give me neccessary advice.Thank you.

  21. Sajish.S.K says:

    Sir,
    presently I’am working as senior Drught’sMan under Census Directorate Kerala (Govt. of India) from the post of Head Draught’s man, Kerala Survey and Land Records department on deputation.My basic pay in parent department is Rs.20240/-and DA. @38%.The central pay 9300+4200(GP).Please fix my pay and please suggest better option state or central. Please give me neccessary advice.Thank you.

  22. Dr H N Suresh says:

    Dear Friends
    I was working in state Govt aided organization before securing job through UPSC in one of the Central Govt. ministry. My 14 years Service in state Govt has to protected. Can any one help me, through which CCS Rules, my past service in state Govt.can be protected for pensionary benefits only.

    With regards
    Dr H N suresh

  23. s,k, sharma says:

    Dear sir,
    Presently I am on deputation and has opted for the benefits of the borrowing organisaion. My medical insurance as provided by the borrowing org is not sufficient to meet my medical expenses. As per rule while on deputation my medical facilities should not be inferior to what I am entitled in my org. could I tell them to reimburse my over and above medical expenses.In case they agree will this will be in order as per rule.

  24. S N Kumar says:

    I joined on deputation at my paretial department at same place and after that I got transferd to new delhi. As per Advt., the deputation post belongs to New Delhi. After transfer, Delhi atmosfear is not in my favour. Now i want to withdraw my deputation & also represent to office for reparated. My New Delhi office do not want to reparted me. please guide me.

  25. SANDEEP JAISWAL says:

    I am on deputation from BSNL (B city) to DOT (A1 City).My DOT office is in Lucknow and I am residing in Lucknow.
    I am not getting HRA of Lucknow 20% (My AO giving me HRA of B city which is 10% where I was earlier posted.
    Kindly inform what is HRA rule of which city I should get(In this case i like to mention I am not getting any DEPUTATION ALLOWANCES)
    Pls guide with ruling.

  26. Dr.S.B.Panda says:

    sir,I was working as TGT in KVS from 27.6.96 to 1.10,2001.I got a new job as lecturer in an autonomous deemed university under central govt and releaved on lien on 1.10.2001.After getting the confirmation letter on DEC.2003 I tendered my technical resignation from the date of realiving i.e. from 01.10.2001 to KVS on Feb 2004.Till date they have not given me the acceptance letter of my resignation and asking me to pay the ls& PC though I do not want to count my previous service with the current one.Please guide me whether I have to pay the LS & PC to KVS .
    With Regards
    Dr.S.B.Panda

  27. Sajish.S.K says:

    Sir,
    presently I’am working as senior Draughtsman under Census Directorate Kerala (Govt. of India) from the post of Head Draught’s man, Kerala Survey and Land Records department on deputation.My basic pay in parent department is Rs.20240/-and DA. @38%.The central pay 9300+4200(GP).Please fix my pay and please suggest better option state or central. Please give me neccessary advice.Thank you.
    ….

  28. MADHU says:

    I am a government employee in Kerala state services. Now I am deputation to another department of state services as a same catagory. during the time of deputation I got a promotion .
    whether deputation continue with promotion?

  29. prakash says:

    Sir,
    I have been transfered by the state government to a cashew development corporation within the state without my consent. Is it right or will i get relief if I approach the CAT for cancellation of my transfer order

  30. Sudhir says:

    I was taken on deputation from State Govt. Undertaking in 1st Sept.1999 in Central Govt. in between Undertaking was closure on 31.01.2000( gratuity encasement was paid to me) and employees was absorbed in other departments by the order of Hon’ble High Court but our HOD not repatriate me and wrote a letter to Ministry for absorption ministry permit me to absorb me and I was absorbed and till today I was working there, I want to know this legal or illegal appointment.

  31. ss malik says:

    I WAS TAKEN ON DEPUTION FROM IHQ/MIN. OF DEFENCE(NAVY),DELHI TO ITBP CHANDIGARH(MIN.OF HOME)ON 07 DEC 1994. FOR THREE YEARS AND RETURN ON 07 DEC 1995 TO MY PARENT DEPARTMENT DELHI. KINDLY TELL ME WHETHER COUNT A TRANSFER. AND STATION SENIORITY FROM 07 DEC 1995 OR OLD DATE

  32. SINDU B PRABHU says:

    Sir,
    One of my friend was serving as Asstt.Lecturer in a department under Tamil Nadu Govt and joined an autonomous body under Central Govt on deputation in the pay scale of Rs. 8000-275-13500/-for the post of Lecturer wef 30.09.2004(FN). In the parent department she was drawing Rs. 11575/- with DNI 01.10.2004 in the pay scale of Rs. 9100-275-14050 and in the deputation post her pay was fixed as under:-
    Rs. 11575/- 30.09.2004, 11850/- wef 01.09.2005, Rs. 12125/- wef 01.09.2006, Rs. 12400/- wef 01.09.2007. She was repatriated to her parent department wef 03.08.2008. She was compelled to join the deputation post on 30.09.2004(FN) on public interest. Neither a single rupee increase in basic pay was allowed to her wef 30.09.2004 nor increment due wef 01.10.2004 was given to her. She has suffered a great financial loss due to non release of increment for the year 2004 . Pl clarify whether her pay fixed in the deputatio post is correct?

  33. manoharan m says:

    Sir I have deputated on temp to my parent office to another office, I have claimed TA @ rs 125 per month now Accountant DOP said that after tsaying 30 days more TA will be stopped during the period.

    If any rule and letter number wanting for this regard

  34. ASHOK KUMAR says:

    Sir,
    I want a clarification whether an officer being on deputation (from Central Govt. to Central Govt.)retires in the borrowing office will get all the retirement benefits in the Pay scale which he is holding in borrowing department

    An early reply is solicited.

  35. krishnaprasad says:

    sir,

    i took two months leave after my deputation , Am i eligible to receive deputation allowance for these two months

  36. mani says:

    I am working in other ministry on deputation,
    a). Can I get Pension and Leave salary contribution from other ministry office (i.e. borrowing department)
    b). I got promotion after 18 month completed in deputation. Total period of deputation is 3 year (36 month). Then can I go to my parent department after getting the promotion order. And who is responsible authority to repatriate me whether it is parent department or borrowing department.

  37. B.S. PRABHAKAR says:

    I was an employee of National Projects Construction Corporation Ltd.(Govt. of India Enterprise) from 20.3.1990 onwards and was on deputation from 11.10.2011 to 30.01.2014 with Central Board of Secondary Education (Autonomous organisation under ministry of HRD, Govt. of India). I have been observed with Central Board of Secondary Education wef 31.01.2014 on submission of technical resignation.
    In above case it may be clarified that who will pay my gratuity contribution for deputation period 11.10.2011 to 30.1.2014, whether ,National Projects Construction Corporation Ltd, or Central Board of Secondary Education. Please advice and mail a copy of order

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