Category: Karnatka

Amendment in Karnataka Civil Service Rules

| March 31, 2013 | Reply

Amendment in the Karnataka Civil Service Rules Download Link Here

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Withdrawal process/Exit Guidelines for NPS employees.

| January 29, 2013 | Reply

PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA Sub:- Withdrawal process/Exit Guidelines for NPS employees. Read:- 1. G.O. No.FD (Spl) 04 PET 2005, dated 31.03.2006 2.    G.O. No.FD (Spl) 28 PEN 2009, dated 29.03.2010 3.    G.O. No.FD (Spl) 01 PEN 2010, dated 20.10.2010 Preamble:- Government of Karnataka has introduced a Defined Contribution Pension System known as New […]

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Grant of House Rent Allowance-Guidelines-reg

| December 7, 2012 | Reply

Grant of House Rent Allowance-Guidelines-reg Please scroll for Download Link Download Link of Original PDF

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Implementation of HRMS system- Procedure for drawal of arrears of Compulsory Waiting period, Leave etc., of retired Govt. Servants – reg

| November 5, 2012 | Reply

PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT Of KARNATAKA Sub: Implementation of HRMS system- Procedure for drawal of arrears of Compulsory Waiting period, Leave etc., of retired Govt. Servants – reg. Read: 1) Govt. Order No. FD 49 TAR 2011 dated:10-10-2011._.. 2)    Govt. Order No_ FD 49 TAR 2011 dated: 16-07-2012. 3)    Letter No.GM/Genl/C-25/2012-13/131 dated:10-09-2012 of Senior Accounts […]

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Dearness Allowance to Teaching Staff on UGU/CAR/AICTE scales of pay and Judicial Officers on NJPC pay scales- Revision of rates

| November 1, 2012 | Reply

Sub:-Dearness Allowance to Teaching Staff on UGU/CAR/AICTE scales of pay and Judicial Officers on NJPC pay scales- Revision of rates. READ: – (1) G.O. No. ED 37 -UNE 2009 dated 24-12-2009 (2)    G.O. No. AHD 64 AUM 2009 dated 24-03-2010 (3)    G.O. No. LAW 147 LAC 2009 dated 24-06-2010 (4)    G.O. No. FD 15 SRP […]

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Grant of House Rent Allowance-Guidelines

| October 25, 2012 | 2 Replies

PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA Sub: Grant of House Rent Allowance-Guidelines-reg. Read:- 1.    G.O. No. FD 19 SRP 99, dated: 10.08.1999 2.    G.O. No. FD 14 SRP 2002, dated: 12.04.2002 3.    G.O. No. FD 10 SRP 2000, dated: 09.04.2003 4.    G.O. No. FD 4 SRP 2009, dated: 31.10.2009 5.    G.O. No. FD 29 SRP […]

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Grant of Dearness Allowance in the Revised Pay Scales 2012|Karnataka da order July 2012

| October 18, 2012 | Reply

PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA Sub:- Grant of Dearness Allowance in the Revised Pay Scales 2012 – Reg. READ: (1) 0.0. No. FD 23 SRP 2011, dated: 15.06.2011 (2)    G.O. No. FD 7 SRP 2012, dated: 21.04.2012 (3)    G.O. No. FD 17 SRP 2012, dated: 14.05.2012 (4)    Letter No. GEAl2147/2012-13 dated 01.10.2012 received from […]

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Maternity Leave to Karnataka State Government Female Employees increased from 135 to 180 days

| September 6, 2012 | Reply

Maternity Leave to Karnataka State Government Female Employees PROCEEDINGS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA Sub:-   Enhancement of the period of Maternity Leave to female Government servants. Preamble: Government have accepted the recommendation of the Official Pay Committee 2011 to increase the period of maternity leave to female Government servants from 135 days to 180 days and hence, the […]

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Encashment of Earned Leave at the time of Retirement-Clarification Regarding.

| September 6, 2012 | Reply

GOVERNMENT OF KARNATAKA No. FD 8 SRS 2012 Karnataka Government Secretariat Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore, dated:31.08.2012 CIRCULAR Sub: Encashment of difference of E.L at the credit of the Government servants in case of retirement on or after 01,04.2012„    Clarification -reg Ref: G.O.No. FD 5 SRS 2012 dated: 14.06.2012. According to the G.O. No. FD 5 SRS […]

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Karnataka govt da order 2012

| May 14, 2012 | Reply

karnataka govt da 2012 Government are pleased to sanction increase in the rates of Dearness Allowance payable in the 2007 pay scales from the existing 69.5% to 76.75% of the basic pay to the State Government employees with effect from 1st January 2012 and upto 31st March 2012. The Dearness Allowance of 76.75% admissible with effect from […]

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