7th Pay CommissionAfter increasing the dearness allowance (DA) of the government, another allowance is going to be given to lakhs of employees. Lakhs of central government employees who have not yet been able to claim Children Education Allowance (CEA) will now be able to take it. Employees were not able to file the claim due to Kovid-19 but now they will not need any official document for this.
According to the Seventh Pay Commission (7th Pay Commission), central employees get an education allowance of Rs 2,250 on the education of children. But due to the Kovid-19 lockdown since last year, the employees could not claim. Due to the Kovid-19 lockdown, the Central Government has self-certified the Children’s Education Allowance (CEA) claim. This decision of the government will give relief to 25 lakh central government employees. Employees were not able to apply for CEA due to the lockdown. The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has issued an office memorandum in this regard.
7th Pay Commission: Central employees will get Rs 4500 more in salary every month, Modi government gave a gift
The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has given relief to the central employees by issuing an Office Memorandum (OM) in this regard. The Office Memorandum states that the matter has been looked into. In this, relief has been given in para 2(b). Self certification has been allowed in CEA. This academic session will be valid from March 2020 to March 2021. CEA claims can be made through self-certification from the concerned employees and printout of result/report card/e-mail/SMS of fee payment in addition to the prescribed modes.
Central government employees get allowance on education of 2 children and this allowance is Rs 2,250 per child. That is, on two children, the employees will get Rs 4,500 in salary every month. If the employees have not yet claimed the academic session from March 2020 to March 2021, they can now do so. So he will get Rs 4,500 in salary every month.
Facebook us for social media updates (https://www.facebook.com/moneycontrolhindi/) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/MoneycontrolH) to follow.