CGDA order on Admissibility of HRA in case of residing in Govt. Guest House / Transit Facility
HRA should be paid @ 35, 25 and 15% of pay – BPMS organised Agitation Programme to be held from 05.12.2016 to 09.12.2016
Admissibility of House Rent Allowance in the event of non-acceptance or surrender of railway residential accommodation
Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers Karnataka State has analysed the implementation of 7th Pay Commission with respect to HRA and reports Financial Loss to employees
Railway Board grants HRA to railway employees posted to ECR·and NWR upto 31.12.2015, at the rates admissible at their last place of posting
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen made representation to the Finance Minister about the resentment among Railway Employees on the recommendations of the 7th CPC. NFIR refers low fixation of Minimum Salary, illogical Fitment formula, Abolition of various allowances and reduction in House rent allowances ceiling for class X, Y and Z cities.
The present rate of 10%, 20% and 30% in respect of House rent allowance have been reduced by 7th Pay Commission to 8%, 16% and 24% respectively.
Zonal Railways/Units may ensure that before allotment of railway quarters to eligible railway employees, it should be ensured that such railway quarters are fit for occupation. NFIR requests for Admissibility of House Rent Allowance in such cases
Railway Employees working at Pune and Ahmedabad will now get 30% HRA as these cities crossed 50 lakh mark and upgraded to X category based on Census 2011. Also 21 cities have been upgraded from “Z” Category to “Y” Category. HRA for these cities will be 20%
Finance Ministry’s OM for re-classification / Upgradation of of Citeis for the purpose of higher HRA to Central Governemnt Employees will be effective from 1st April 2015
Staff Side JCM demands higher HRA to Ordance Factory Medak on the grounds that area declared as urban along with Hyderabad by Census Department
Census 2011 data reveals that more cities merit re-classification for the purpose of HRA on account of increase in Population. AIBEA provides population criteria for re-classification cities for Higher HRA to Bank Employees
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 List of Classification of Cities for HRA – Updated as on May 2015 on the basis of Cabinet’s Decision for upgrading certain cities for the purpose of higher house rent allowance
30% HRA for Central Government Employees in Pune and Ahmedabad from 01.04.2014 – Details of re-classification / upgradation of cities for HRA and Transport Allowance