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Grant of Adboc Allowance to Autonomous Semi-Aytonomous Bodies and Corporation - FINANCE DIVISION (Regulations Wing)

Grant of Adhoc Allowance – 2010 @ 50% of Basic Pay to the Staff of Autonomous/Semi-Autonomous Bodies and corporations.

News, Pay and pension August 24, 2010 at 5:59 PM 5 comments

Grant of Adhoc Allowance – 2010 @ 50% of Basic Pay to the Executive/Supervisory Staff of Autonomous/Semi-Autonomous Bodies and corporations.
The undersigned is directed to refer to the subject noted above and to state that consequent upon the grant of Adhoc Allowance – 2010 @ 50% of basic pay to the civil servants in BPS 1-22 w.e.f. 01-07-2010 vide Finance Division’s O.M. No.F.l(l)/Imp/2010-622 dated 05-07-2010, it has been decided that the Adhoc Allowance – 2010 will also be applicable to the employees of Autonomous/Semi-autonomous Bodies and Corporations, which have adopted the Federal Government’s Basic Pay Scales Scheme in totality.

Government of Pakistan issues Notifications of 50% of Current Basic Pay as a Adhoc Allowance and Medical Allowance for Employees

Government of Pakistan issues Notifications of 50% of Current Basic Pay as a Adhoc Allowance and Medical Allowance for Employees

News, Pay and pension July 7, 2010 at 6:56 AM 8 comments

Government of Pakistan issue notification of 50% Adhoc Allowance for Employees:
Announced in Federal Budget 2010-2011 that every public sector employee will receive an adhoc allowance equal to 50% of current Basic Pay. Notification issued by Finance division vide memorandum No.F.1(1)Imp/2010-622 dated Islamabad 5th July, 2010 and No.F.1(1)Imp/2010-623 dated Islamabad 5th July, 2010

Government of Pakistan issue Notifications of increase in Pension and Medical Allowance for Civil and Military Retired Employees/pensioners

Government of Pakistan issue Notifications of increase in Pension and Medical Allowance for Civil and Military Retired Employees/pensioners

News, Pay and pension July 7, 2010 at 5:25 AM 23 comments

Government of Pakistan issue Notifications of increase in Pension and Medical Allowance for Civil and Military:

Announced in Federal Budget 2010-2011 that Pensioners or retired employees of civil and military will receive 15% to 20% increase in pension and 20% to 25% of total pension drawn as a medical allowance. Notification issued by Finance division vide memorandum No.F.4(1)-Reg.6/2010/721 dated Islamabad 5th July, 2010 and No.F.16(1)-Reg.6/2010-778 dated Islamabad 5th July, 2010

Senate suggested that the salary of the Government employees in BPS 1-16 should be raised by 60 percent instead of the proposed 50 percent in Budget 2010-2011

Senate suggested that the salary of the Government employees in BPS 1-16 should be raised by 60 percent instead of the proposed 50 percent in Budget 2010-2011

News, Pay and pension June 18, 2010 at 9:13 AM 2 comments

Senate has recommended to the National Assembly to increase the government servants’ salary by 60 percent, besides rejecting the proposed one percent increase in General Sales Tax (GST) in the Finance Bill 2010.
Chairman Senate Standing Committee for Finance, Ahmad Ali, on Wednesday presented the report regarding amendments in Finance Bill 2010. After the consensus of the House the recommendations were sent to the National Assembly. The report formulated by the Committee has 71 proposals.
Senators from both sides of the political divide (treasury and opposition) stressed the Government to include their proposals in the Finance Bill before its approval.

Federal Government provides Funds for Pay raise to Provinces :  Government allocate 42 Billions instead of 105 Billions,  proposed in Pay and Pension Report for this year:

Federal Government provides Funds for Pay raise to Provinces : Government allocate 42 Billions instead of 105 Billions, proposed in Pay and Pension Report for this year:

News, Pay and pension June 13, 2010 at 9:31 AM 0 comments

Daily Express Newspaper (Urdu) Report on Web Edition of June 13, 2010: Federal Government provides Funds for Pay raise to Provinces : Government allocate 42 Billions instead of 105 Billions, proposed in Pay and Pension Report for this year: