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    Post Office LSG/HSG-II/HSG-I Officiating and allowances claim Pay format and conditions for claim

    LSG/HSG-II/HSG-I Officiating and allowances claim Pay format and conditions for claim. Dated May 22, 2022

    Reference: Postal Directorate letter No. 137-64/2010-SPB.II dated at Dak Bhawan the 28th July 2011


    Condition 1: If an official looking after the duties of LSG/HSG II/ HSG I after completing requisite service condition, (Required service condition to LSG cadre is 5 years PA service, to HSG II cadre 6 years LSG service, to HSG I cadre 5 years HSG II service) those officials may claim officiating pay under FR 22.


    Condition 2: If an official looking after the duties of LSG/HSG II/ HSG I without completing requisite service condition, (Required service condition to LSG cadre is 5 years PA service, to HSG II cadre 6 years LSG service, to HSG I cadre 5 years HSG II service) those officials may claim officiating pay under FR 35.


    Condition 3: Posts upgraded by Group C cadre restructure, must have been occupied/posted by regular official at least a day. Or else officiating pay and allowances according to the status prior to Group C cadre restructure may be claimed.


    For example: After Gr ‘C’ cadre restructure, ‘B’ class and ‘C’ class SPM posts have been upgraded as LSG status, in that upgraded LSG post, if an regular LSG official had already been posted/occupied then only that post would have been treated as LSG status, and Postal Assistants officiating in that LSG posts may claim officiating pay under FR 35 if 5 years of service not completed. If 5 years completed means they may claim officiating pay and allowances under FR 22. This scenario will be applicable to officials officiating in HSG II, HSG I posts also.


    For more details please refer Postal Directorate letter No. 137-64/2010-SPB.II dated at Dak Bhawan the 28th July 2011.


    Below format has to be submitted by the officials looking after the officiating arrangement duties of LSG/HSG II/HSG I posts.


    From, ______,

                ______,

                ______,

                ______,

     To,       _____,


                 ____ Division,

                    __ _,

                Pincode ___.

    Subject:           Requesting grant of officiating pay and allowances to selection Grade posts – reg


    Reference:    Postal Directorate letter No. 137-64/2010-SPB.II dated at Dak Bhawan the 28th July 2011, once again communicated through Circle office letter No.STA/2-81/2017 dated at Chennai 600002 the 19.05.2021 (Copy is enclosed)


     Respected sir,


    1. Vide above reference, in accordance with Rule No.27 and Rule No. 50 of Postal Manual Vol. IV, instructions on grant of pay and allowances to selection Grade officials is once again forwarded for favour of guidance and strict adherence.


    2. Vide Postal Manual Volume III, Schedule of Administrative powers of Senior Superintendent and Superintendent of Post offices, The SSPO/SPO is having full powers to fill officiating vacancies upto 4 months to eligible feeder cadre officials.


    3. I have been officiating in the __ (LSG/HSG II/ HSG I) post of _____ S.O/HPO w.e.f., ___. Hence I may kindly be granted with officiating pay and allowances under ___ (FR 22 or FR 35 according to the condition 1 & 2).


    4. Vide above letter under reference column, if I granted officiating pay and allowances, for officiating in the higher post with higher duties and responsibilities, I shall be ever grateful to you sir and discharge my duties even more effectively.


    Yours sincerely,


    Place:____


    Date:____

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