Travelling Allowance Rules

  1. Family for the purpose of Travelling Allowance include
    1. Major Brother
    2. Step Mother
    3. Married Sister
    4. Step Father
  2. Family for the purpose of Travelling Allowance does not includes
    1. Minor Brother
    2. Major Brother
    3. Step Mother
    4. Un-Married Sister
  3. Dependency income criteria for inclusion in family for Travelling Allowance shall be
    1. Minimum Family Pension plus Dearness Relief
    2. Maximum Family Pension plus Dearness Relief
    3. Minimum Family Pension plus
    4. Minimum Pension
  4. The following is a kind of Travelling Allowance
    1. Dearness Allowance
    2. House Rent Allowance
    3. Actual cost of Travelling
    4. Subsistence Allowance
  5. The following is not a kind of Travelling Allowance
    1. Conveyance Allowance
    2. Actual cost of Travelling
    3. Daily Allowance
    4. Compassionate Allowance
  6. Travel by AC Ist class by rail on tour or transfer is permitted when the Grade Pay reaches
    1. Rs. 8,900 Per Month
    2. Rs.10,000 Per Month
    3. Rs. 7,600 Per Month
    4. Rs.  8,700 Per Month
  7. Under TA rules travel by AC Taxi is permitted when the Grade Pay reaches
    1. Rs. 10,000 Per Month
    2. Rs. 8,900 Per Month
    3. Rs.  5,400 Per Month
    4. Rs. 4,200 Per Month
  8. Under TA rules the entitlement of Air Travel shall be when the Grade Pay reaches
    1. Rs.4,800 Per Month
    2. Rs.4,600 Per Month
    3. Rs. 5,400 Per Month
    4. Rs. 4,200 Per Month
  9. Under Travelling Allowance rules officers drawing Grade Pay of Rs.5400 shall be entitled to reimbursement of Hotel accommodation upto
    1. Rs. 500 per day
    2. Rs. 5000 per day
    3. Rs. 3000 per day
    4. Rs. 1500 per day
  10. Under Travelling Allowance rules officers drawing Grade Pay of Rs.10000 shall be entitled to reimbursement of Hotel accommodation upto
    1. Rs. 500 per day
    2. Rs. 5000 per day
    3. Rs. 3000 per day
    4. Rs. 1500 per day
  11. Under Travelling Allowance rules officers drawing Grade Pay of Rs.7600 shall be entitled to reimbursement  Food bills upto
    1. Rs.200 per day
    2. Rs.500 per day
    3. Rs.150 per day
    4. Rs. 300 per day
  12. Daily allowance is payable while on tour
    1. When the Government Servant avails C.L
    2. When the Government Servant avails R.H
    3. On a Sunday during tou
    4. When the Government Servant avails E.L
  13. Daily allowance is not admissible at tour station for a continuous halt beyond
    1. 180 days
    2. 30 days
    3. 90 days
    4. 240 days
  14. Travelling Allowance for local journey shall be admissible only if the distance from the normal place of duty to the temporary place of duty exceeded.
    1. 16 kms
    2. 32 kms
    3. 8 kms
    4. 12 kms
  15. Composite transfer grant shall be equal to on month,
    1. Grade Pay
    2. Basic Pay plus NPA if any
    3. Basic Pay plus DA
    4. Grade Pay plus DA
  16. In case of transfer to stations which are at a distance of less than 20kms from the old stations and of transfer within the same city actually involving a change of residence the quantum of Composite Transfer Grant would be
    1. 1/4
    2. 1/5
    3. 1/3
    4. 1/2
  17. In cases where both husband and wife are Government Servant the quantum of Composite Transfer Grant admissible to a spouse who has been transferred within six months, but after 60 days of the transfer of the spouse transferred earlier would be
    1. 50%
    2. 33 1/3 %
    3. 25%
    4. 40%
  18. On transfer, the maximum weight of the personal effect that is admissible for reimbursement in respect of a Government Servant with a Grade Pay of below Rs. 2,800 would be
    1. 6000 Kgs
    2. 3000 Kgs
    3. 2000 Kgs
    4. 1500 Kgs
  19. Transportation of a Motor car at Governments expenses is admissible on transfer for a Government Servant only when the Grade Pay reaches is
    1. Rs.4200 & above
    2. Rs.2800 & above
    3. Rs.4800 & above
    4. Rs.5400 & above
  20. Daily allowance admissibility for absence from Headquarters  exceeding six hours but not exceeding 12 hours.
    1. 100%
    2. 70%
    3. 0%
    4. 35%
  21. The maximum number of times Travelling Allowance Shall be drawn by a Government  Servant under SR 130 for a journey to & from the place at which he appears for an  obligatory examination
    1. 4
    2. 3
    3. 2
    4. 1
  22. Travelling Allowance to Central Government Servants on retirement under SR 147 is permissible in the following case.
    1. When a Government Servant resigns his post
    2. When a Government Servant is dismissed or removed
    3. When a Government Servant is compulsorily retired as a measure of punishment
    4. When a Government Servant  retires voluntarily
  23. The payment of Travelling Allowance to family of a Government Servant who dies while in service shall be applicable to
    1. A Government Servant who dies on the last day of his service
    2. A Government Servant who dies during  Leave Preparatory Retirement
    3. A Government Servant who has been re-employed after retirement
    4. A Government Servant who has been paid out of contingencies.
  24. Advance of  Travelling Allowance is not payable in the case of a journey of the following kind.
    1. To attend a departmental inquiry outside the HQRS.
    2. Transfer of a Government Servant from one station to another
    3. In case of a journey performed after retirement for settling down in a station other than the last station of duty .
    4. For a journey performed by the family of Government Servant who dies while in service, for settling down at a place other than the last station of duty.
  25. Travelling Allowance may be paid to a Government Servant for a journey performed by him to
    1. Procure a health Certificate on first appointment to Government Service.
    2. Appear before a medical committee for obtaining a certificate of fitness to return to duty.
    3. Obtain a medical certificate from a Government medical officer
    4. Obtain a second medical opinion in support of an application for an extension of leave.

Comments

  1. Please post the Macs on the basis of 7 pay commission.

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  2. Nice work.....Informative and good for competition exam. well done and thanks.

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