Government of Karnataka Notification - Holiday List 2017
Karnataka State Government Employees
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah gave a strong indication to state government employees on Thursday when he hinted at setting up a pay panel to explore the possibility of salary hike that would…
Dearness Allowance for Karnataka State Government Employees revised from the existing 32.5% to 36% Basic Pay with effect from 1st January 2016.
Govt of Karnataka has revised the DA from 28.75% to 32.5% of Basic pay with effect from 1st July, 2015 to all State Government employees, Zilla Panchayat employees and Pensioners/Family' Pensioners…
Karnataka Govt exempted pensioners of State Govt appearing in person to the Bank instead they can produce a life certificate signed by them.
Karnataka State Govt Order FD 6 SRP 2015 dated 04.07.2015 for HRA city re-classification - 30% HRA to Population of 25 lakh and above
Revised Pay 2012 for Karnataka State Government Employees - Draft Pay Rules relased for public opinion
Govt of Karnataka has issued a GO increasing the DA for the Teaching Staff, Judicial Officers and Pensioners
Govt of Karnataka has issued a GO hiking Additional DA of 3.5% for Karnataka State Government Employees.
Revised Dearness Allowance for Karnataka State Government Employees with effect from 1st January 2013
Revision of House Rent Allowance for State Government Employees working in Bangalore City
Dearness Allowance to Teaching Staff on UGU/CAR/AICTE scales of pay and Judicial Officers on NJPC pay scales. Karnataka state government orders for increase in the rates of Dearness Allowance to…
Karnataka State Government issued orders for hike in Dearness Allowance to its employees with effect from 1st July 2012. DA of Karnataka State Government Employees will be increased by 4%
Maximum limit on accumulation of EL and maximum limit of EL for encashment at the time of retirement
Maternity Leave to Karnataka State Government Female Employees. Government have accepted the recommendation of the Official Pay Committee 2011 to increase the period of maternity leave