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    Friday, 11 September 2015


    Haryana Government has declared the House Rent Allowance to It's Employees



    P.K.Das, IAS
    Principal Secretary to Government Haryana
    Finance Department.

    1. All the Heads of Department, Commissioner, Ambala, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurgaon Divisions.
    2. All the Deputy Commissioners and Sub-Divisional Officers (Civil) in Haryana.
    3. The Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh.
    Dated, Chandigarh, the 1st September, 2015

    Subject: Grant of House Rent Allowance to Haryana Government Employees.

    I am directed to refer to Finance Department letter No.10/46/2004-2FICW, dated 29th July, 2009 on the above subject and to say that earlier the classification of Cities/Towns was based on the population on the basis of Census 2001. The State Government has reconsidered the matter of classification of cities/Towns for grant of House Rent Allowance admissible to the eligible employees of Haryana Government and now it has been decided to reclassify the cities/Towns as per population on the basis of Census 2011. Therefore, eligible employees of the Haryana Government will be entitled to get the House Rent Allowance in the following manner with immediate effect:

    Revised criteria for classification of cities and towns based on population on the basis of Census 2011
    Revised classification of Cities/Towns
    Rates of HRA as % of pay in the Pay Band + Grade Pay + NPA
    50 lakhs and above
    5 Lakhs to 50 Lakhs
    Below 5 Lakhs

    *Wherever applicable

    2. For the purpose of grant/entitlement of HRA, the tri-city of Chandigarh, panchkula and Mohali would be treated as one single unit with the entitlement being as applicable in cities/towns classified as “Y” category.

    3. For the purpose of Grant/Entitlement of HRA to the officers/Officials working in the other Cities/Towns, a list of Cities/Towns classified as per the population on the basis of Census 2011 is annexed herewith.

    4. These orders shall not apply to part-time workers whether paid from the regular establishment or from contingency. Work-charged employees, casual labour, staff employed on daily wages and those working on place rate system and contract basis. The other instructions in the matter issued from time to time shall remain the same.

    5. It need to be taken into consideration all the time that the rates specified in para-1 above represent the ceiling thereby meaning, the entitlement happens to be either actual paid as rent or the ceiling so prescribed on whichever is less basis.

    6. While drawing and disbursing the entitled amount as per the instructions. Must always be taken scrupulously to ensure compliance of the instructions issued vide letter No.224-2FICW-76/6869, dated 24.2.1976 and letter NO.1267-2FICW-76/29687, dated 19.8.1976.

    7. The limit for the purpose of rent receipt shall be Rs.10500/- p.m

    8. These instructions may kindly be brought to the notice of all concerned for strict compliance.

    Yours faithfully,

    (Poonam Sood)
    Under secretary Finance
    For Principal Secretary to Government, Haryana,
    Finance Department

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