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avtamhane
29-12-2011, 04:23 PM
What is the compensation available for a government employee who is asked to perform duty on national holiday, apart from his regular duties?

sinha_audit
29-12-2011, 06:45 PM
Asked orally or through office order?

Some departments have a policy of overtime to certain cadres.

prasannakumar
29-12-2011, 08:52 PM
What is the compensation available for a government employee who is asked to perform duty on national holiday, apart from his regular duties?

Normally on National holidays like Aug 15 and Jan 26, No employee should be engaged for work. As far as my knowledge goes, ff warranted, a CH or OTA shall be paid. A person on tour outside the HQ on official duty will be eligible for TA benefits

Prasanna Kumar.

avtamhane
30-12-2011, 02:02 PM
Asked orally or through office order?

Some departments have a policy of overtime to certain cadres.

The concerned employee is group D staff. He has been given watch duty in lpace of regular watchman's weekly off. the duty will commence at 2200 hrs on 25th Jan. and end at 0600 hrs on 26th Jan. He was asking, whether he will get the Comp off, if he is hoisting the flag? Secondly, his duty already gets over at 0600, then whether he should remain in the office for hoisting the flag? these questions have come to his mind, because there is no regular watchman during daytime as the private security has been engaged for that purpose.:rolleyes:

avtamhane
30-12-2011, 02:03 PM
Normally on National holidays like Aug 15 and Jan 26, No employee should be engaged for work. As far as my knowledge goes, ff warranted, a CH or OTA shall be paid. A person on tour outside the HQ on official duty will be eligible for TA benefits

Prasanna Kumar.
The concerned employee is group D staff. He has been given watch duty in lpace of regular watchman's weekly off. the duty will commence at 2200 hrs on 25th Jan. and end at 0600 hrs on 26th Jan. He was asking, whether he will get the Comp off, if he is hoisting the flag? Secondly, his duty already gets over at 0600, then whether he should remain in the office for hoisting the flag? these questions have come to his mind, because there is no regular watchman during daytime as the private security has been engaged for that purpose.

sinha_audit
30-12-2011, 06:58 PM
National flag hoisting ceremony lasts barely till 11 AM. Important / sensitive areas of office remain locked. Normal duties are not performed in office for which a watchman may be streched. In my opinion, CCL may not be sanctioned, but if the person concerned has to make some arrangements and does not have any other official's help, then Branch Officer may consider the case on merit.

prasannakumar
30-12-2011, 09:00 PM
The concerned employee is group D staff. He has been given watch duty in lpace of regular watchman's weekly off. the duty will commence at 2200 hrs on 25th Jan. and end at 0600 hrs on 26th Jan. He was asking, whether he will get the Comp off, if he is hoisting the flag? Secondly, his duty already gets over at 0600, then whether he should remain in the office for hoisting the flag? these questions have come to his mind, because there is no regular watchman during daytime as the private security has been engaged for that purpose.

On a National holiday at the time of flag hoisting, all employees should be present except in exceptional cases. During this time, except the area where flag hoisting is being done, other parts of the office will not be open. Concerned authorities may consider based on the merits. But in my opinion, the official will not be eligible for leave

Prasanna Kumar

trr1262
07-01-2012, 09:12 PM
Normally there is a system of watch and ward duty staff. In departments like CPWD, there is work charged group who will look after the duties of hoisting national flag, and unfurling of the same every day. It will be monitored by an officer. There is a clear rules in this regard. Further if the duty is over i.e., 22.00 hrs to 6.00 hrs, the employee cannot leave the premises as it is, he has to wait till the next person takes charge. The extra hours spent by the employee will be compensated by way of OTA and the OTA is applicable for the industrial workers unlike the staff in office duty who will get only Rs.12.50 per hour.



The concerned employee is group D staff. He has been given watch duty in lpace of regular watchman's weekly off. the duty will commence at 2200 hrs on 25th Jan. and end at 0600 hrs on 26th Jan. He was asking, whether he will get the Comp off, if he is hoisting the flag? Secondly, his duty already gets over at 0600, then whether he should remain in the office for hoisting the flag? these questions have come to his mind, because there is no regular watchman during daytime as the private security has been engaged for that purpose.:rolleyes: