APPENDIX I Contd.
RATES OF CONTRIBUTION PAYABLE DURING FOREIGN
NOTE. (1) “Length of service” in column 1 of this table should be taken to mean the entire continuous service of the Railway servant concerned including his service in the pensionable post.
(2) the rates given in this
table include an element for extraordinary pensions.
Board’s letter No. F(P)64, PN-1/16, dated 3rd August, 1967]
Rates of monthly contribution for pension payable during active foreign service only in respect of Indian commissioned office.
NOTE 1. -Length of service should be taken to be the total length of past service which would count for pension on retirement as an Indian Commissioned Officer.
-The rates of contribution for pension in this table shall apply to Indian
Commissioned officers in permanent railway employ who re transferred to Foreign
service in or out of India on after the 1st April 1939, or who were
already in such foreign service on that date.
-These rates, which will be payable only during active foreign service cover in
all cases, the liability for retiring and disability pensions and
gratuities and allowances to children in
respect of Indian Commissioned officers transferred to foreign service in any
Board’s letter No. F41-PN/6(1) dated 22nd October, 1941]
Rates of monthly contributions
for leave-salary, etc., payable during foreign service
A. Leave Salary
In respect of railway servants whose leave is
regulated by leave Rule in this Code.
NOTE. —This rate shall apply to Indian Commissioned Officers in permanent railway employ who are transferred to foreign service in or out of India on or after the 1st April 1939 or who were already in such foreign service on that date.
Board’s letter No. F.41/PN/6(1) dated 20th October, 1941.)
NOTE. —Non-recovery of contribution towards leave-salary should be deemed to be a remission by competent authority for the purpose of F.R. 60 and will not affect the title of an inferior servant to leave and leave salary.
Board’s Case No. F.42-LF/(10).)
(b) In respect of railway
servants who are governed by the leave Rules, 1930
contribution are payable during foreign service including leave taken during
shown against items (i) to(iv) above, (except for Class IV railway servants the
above rules apply from 23rd August,1961 except that in respect of
persons on foreign service/deputation on 23rd August, 1961, these
(i) On the expiry of the then obtaining term of foreign service/deputation if that term is a specified one and is extended after 23rd August, 1961; or
the expiry of a period of three years from the date of original foreign
service/deputation, where the foreign service/deputation was for an unspecified
(Railway Board’s Resolution No. 0191-R/TI R 36 RY, dated 13th
September 1941 and letter No. F® 59-CB/1 dated 16th October 1962.)
respect of railway servants who are governed by Leave Rules (1949).
[Railway Board’s letter No. F (E) /64/FS/1 dated 20th May 1964 , No. 288-RII, dated 25th June 1964.]
(1) The term ‘ foreign service’ used in this appendix is intended to include
the period of joining time which may be allowed to a railway servant both on
the occasion of his proceeding to and reverting from foreign services and
accordingly contributions are leviable in respect of such periods.
(2) Allocation of Leave salary and pensions in respect of railway transferred on deputation to the departments of Central Government and Governments of Union territories with or without Legislatures and vice-versa have been dispensed with from 1-1-1978 in terms of the Ministry of Finance O.M.No. F2 (117) 76/SC dated 26-121977 and their O.M. No. S. 11031/78/TA/725 dated 23-2-1979 circulated under Ministry of Rays. letters No.F(E)11/77/IN3/1 dt.15-3-78 and 23-4-1979.