Emoluments and Average Emoluments: CHAPTER III-CCS (Payment of Gratuity under NPS) Rules, 2021

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Emoluments and Average Emoluments: CHAPTER III-CCS (Payment of Gratuity under NPS) Rules, 2021

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Emoluments and Average Emoluments: CHAPTER III-CCS (Payment of Gratuity under NPS) Rules, 2021

CHAPTER III

EMOLUMENTS AND AVERAGE EMOLUMENTS

6. Emoluments.– (1) The expression ‘emoluments’ for the purpose of determining the amount of gratuity payable under these rules shall include the basic pay as defined in rule 9 (21) (a) (i) of the Fundamental Rules, 1922, which a Government servant was receiving immediately before his retirement or on the date of his death and shall also include non-practicing allowance granted to medical officer in lieu of private practice.

Explanation. – For the purposes of this sub-rule, stagnation increment shall be treated as emoluments for calculation of gratuity.

(2) Where a Government servant immediately before his retirement or death while in service had been absent from duty or was on leave for which leave salary is payable or having been suspended had been reinstated without forfeiture of service, the emoluments which he would have drawn had he not been absent from duty or suspended shall be the emoluments for the purposes of this rule:

Provided that any increase in pay [ other than the increment referred to in sub-rule (5)] which is not actually drawn shall not form the part of his emoluments.

(3) Where a Government servant immediately before his retirement or death while in service had proceeded on leave for which leave salary is payable after having held a higher appointment whether in an officiating or temporary capacity, the benefit of emoluments drawn in such higher appointment shall be given only if it is certified that the Government servant would have continued to hold the higher appointment but for his proceeding on leave.

(4) Where a Government servant immediately before his retirement or death while in service had been absent from duty on extraordinary leave or had been under suspension, the period whereof does not count as service, the emoluments which he drew immediately before proceeding on such leave or being placed under suspension shall be the emoluments for the purposes of this rule.

(5) Where a Government servant immediately before his retirement or death while in service, was on earned leave, and earned an increment which was not withheld, such increment though not actually drawn, shall form part of his emoluments :
Provided that the increment was earned during the currency of the earned leave not exceeding one hundred and twenty days, or during the first one hundred and twenty days of earned leave where such leave was for more than one hundred and twenty days.

(6) Pay drawn by a Government servant while on deputation to another Central Government Department and to the Armed Forces of India shall be treated as emoluments.

(7) Pay drawn by a Government servant while on foreign service shall not be treated as emoluments, and the pay which he would have drawn under the Government had he not been on foreign service shall alone be treated as emoluments.

(8) Where a pensioner who is re-employed in Government service and whose pay on re-employment has been reduced by an amount not exceeding his monthly pension, the element of monthly pension by which his pay is reduced shall be treated as emoluments.

7. Average emoluments.- (1) Average emoluments shall be determined with reference to the emoluments drawn by a Government servant during the last ten months of his service.

(2) Where during the last ten months of his service, a Government servant had been absent from duty on leave for which leave salary is payable or having been suspended had been reinstated without forfeiture of service, the emoluments which he would have drawn had he not been absent from duty or suspended shall be taken into account for determining the average emoluments :
Provided that any increase in pay [ other than the increment referred to in sub-rule (4)] which is not actually drawn shall not form the part of his emoluments.

(3) Where during the last ten months of his service, a Government servant had been absent from duty on extraordinary leave, or had been under suspension the period whereof does not count as service, the aforesaid period of leave or suspension shall be disregarded in the calculation of the average emoluments and equal period before the ten months shall be included and in order that the fractions of a month, when added, worked out to one full month, a month for this purpose shall be reckoned as consisting of thirty days.

(4) Where a Government servant who was on earned leave during the last ten months of his service and earned an increment, which was not withheld, such increment though not actually drawn shall be included in the average emoluments :

Provided that the increment was earned during the currency of the earned leave not exceeding one hundred and twenty days or during the first one hundred and twenty days of earned leave where such leave was for more than one hundred and twenty days.

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