Central Government Employees Bonus 2021-22 | Ad-hoc Bonus Order 2022 for CG Employees PDF Download
Bonus for Central Government Employees: Productivity Linked bonus, Ad hoc bonus, Calculation, Ceiling, and Eligibility
What is Government Bonus?
Bonus is a lump sum payment that is generally given to the employees in addition to the monthly salary once a year. Bonus is classified as productivity and non-productivity bonus (Ad-hoc bonus) in Central Government Services. The productivity bonus is declaring depends on the output of production in the respective year. The Ad-hoc Bonus (Non-Productivity Linked Bonus) is provided to all employees including administrative staff.
Eligibility of Bonus in Central Government
Productivity Linked Bonus and Ad-hoc bonus both are admissible to all Non-Gazetted employees including Non-Gazetted Group-B officers. There is no basic pay limit. Ad-hoc bonus is provided for newly recruited employees, who have completed six months’ service on 31st March.
Bonus Period and Payment
Bonus is always given based on the last Financial year. Now, central government employees are getting bonus for 2020-21. Every year bonus is declared before Diwali or Durga Pooja.
Bonus for Central Government Employees not yet announced! Expected the announcement from the Government of India soon!
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78 Days Bonus for Railway Employees 2021
The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, today approved the Productivity Linked Bonus (PLB) equivalent to 78 days’ wages for the financial year 2020-21 for all eligible non-gazetted Railway employees (excluding RPF/RPSF personnel). [Click to read more] | Updated on 10.10.2021
Pooja – Diwali Bonus for Railway Employees 2021 Order PDF Download
The Railway Board has issued orders to issue payment should be made on priority in the same mode as payment of salary before the ensuing Dussehra Pooja holidays. [Click to read more] | Updated on 06.10.2021
37 Days Bonus for Ordnance Employees 2020
Payment of Productivity Linked Bonus to Civilian Employees of Defence Production Establishments for the year 2019-20.
60 Days Bonus for Postal Employees 2020
Productivity Linked Bonus to Postal employees equivalent of emoluments of 60 (Sixty) days for AY 2019-20: Department of Posts Order.
60 Days PLB Bonus for EPFO Employees 2020
The Central Government has conveyed its approval to the existing Productivity Linked Bonus Scheme for the year 2019-2020 for the employees of EPFO vide letter No A- 26022/1/94-SS-1 (Pt) dated 22nd October 2020.
Ad-hoc Bonus Formula and Calculation 2020
The Central Government recently announced a Non-Productivity Bonus (Ad-Hoc Bonus) for the employees working under the category of Group C and Non-Gazetted.
78 Days Bonus for Railway Employees 2020
78 Days Productivity Linked Bonus to Railway employees for the financial year 2019-20
Ad-Hoc Bonus to Central Government Employees 2020
According to the Finance Ministry order issued on 21.10.2020 regarding the Bonus for Central Government employees, the Non-Productivity Bonus (Ad-hoc bonus) is sanctioned to the category of Group C and Non-Gazetted.
Dasara Bonus for Railway Employees 2020
CABINET COMMITTEE APPROVES PLB AND AD HOC BONUS FOR CG EMPLOYEES [VIEW MORE] | Updated on 21.10.2020
The General Secretaries of All Indian Railwaymen’s Federation (AIRF) and National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR) writes to Railway Board separately regarding the payment of the Productivity Linked Bonus for this year 2019-220.
Confederation National Executive Committee Meeting – 12 Point Charter of Demands of CG Employees
Implement 7th CPC wage revision and pension revision to remaining Autonomous body employees and pensioners. Ensure payment of full arrears without further delay. Grant Bonus to Autonomous body employees pending from 2016-17 onwards.
Payment of Productivity Linked Bonus to the Railway employees: Removal of the ceiling for payment of PLB
The Productivity Linked Bonus formula was finalized in November 1979 by an agreement between the Federations and Railway Ministry. However, the salary calculation ceiling for payment of PL Bonus continued to remain at Rs. 7000/- p.m [Click to read more]
One Day Calculation for Bonus for CG Employees
While calculating the ad-bonus for Central Govt employees for one day, the average emoluments in a month will be divided by 30.4 (average number of days in a month). The calculation formula for 30 days bonus is given below…Click to read full story
Ad-hoc Bonus Formula and Calculation
The Central Government recently announced a Non-Productivity Bonus (Ad-Hoc Bonus) for the employees working under the category of Group C and Non-Gazetted. [Click to read full story]
Bonus Calculation Formula and Calculator for Railway Employees
To calculate Non-PLB (Ad-hoc bonus) for one day, the average emoluments in a year will be divided by 30.4 (average number of days in a month). This will thereafter be multiplied by the number of days of bonus granted. [Click to read more]
Eligibility of Ad hoc Bonus for Army PBOR and Officers
Eligibility of Ad-hoc bonus for Personnel Below Officer Ranks (PBORs) of Armed Forces including JCOs and Officers of the equivalent rank in Navy and Air Force for the year 2018-19 – Clarification issued by Ministry of Defence. [Click to read more]
What is an ad hoc bonus?
Generally, the payment of ‘Bonus’ is issued for the performance of productivity. Whereas, ‘Ad hoc Bonus’ is given for the employees are working in the non-productivity segment.
Eligibility of Diwali Bonus
All Central Government employees are eligible within the pay matrix level 1 to 7 for the Diwali bonus.
Grant of Non-Productivity Linked Bonus (Ad-hoc Bonus) to Central Government Employees for the year 2014-15 – Extension of orders to Autonomous Bodies.
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
E III (A)Branch
New Delhi, the 26th October 2015
Subject – Grant of Non-Productivity Linked Bonus (Ad-hoc Bonus) to Central Government Employees for the year 2014-15 – Extension of orders to Autonomous Bodies.
Orders have been issued vide this Ministry’s Office Memorandum No.7/24/2007 E-III (A) dated 16th October 2015 authorizing 30 days of emoluments as Non-PLB (Ad-hoc bonus) for the accounting year 2014-15 to the eligible Central Government employees not covered by the productivity Linked Bonus Schemes, subject to terms and conditions laid down therein.
The undersigned is directed to say that it has now decided that the Non-PLB (Ad-hoc) bonus so admissible subject to the terms and conditions laid down in the aforesaid orders, may be extended to the employees of autonomous bodies, partly or fully funded by the Central Government which (i) follow the pattern of pay structure and emoluments identical to that of the Central Government and (ii) dp not have any bonus or ex-gratia or incentive scheme in operation.
In case of doubt as to the operation of these orders, the clarificatory orders circulated vide this Ministry’s O.M.No.14(10)E-Coord/88 dated 4.10.88, as amended from time to time, may be kept in view, mutatis mutandis.
Any request for funding by the Government to meet the liability on account of Non-PLB (Ad-hoc bonus) in respect of various autonomous organizations would not be considered by the administrative Ministries concerned, as the expenditure on Non-PLB (Ad-hoc bonus) should be met from within the existing budgetary provisions of the respective organization. While the Autonomous Bodies not funded by the Central Government may also adopt these orders as per their own administrative and financial judgment in respect of their employees, no liability for funding will, in any case, lie on the Central Government on this account.
(Amar Nath Singh)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India
Grant of Non-Productivity Linked Bonus (ad-hoc bonus) to Central Government Employees for the year 2014-15
No.7/24/2007/E III (A)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
E III (A) Branch
New Delhi, October 16, 2015
Subject: Grant of Non-Productivity Linked Bonus (ad-hoc bonus) to Central Government Employees for the year 2014-15
The undersigned is directed to convey the sanction of the President to the grant of Non-Productivity Linked Bonus (Ad-hoc Bonus) equivalent to 30 days of emoluments for the accounting year 2014-15 to the Central Government employees in Groups ‘C’ and ‘D’ and all non-gazetted employees in Group ‘B’ who are not covered by any Productivity Linked Bonus Scheme. The calculation ceiling for payment of ad-hoc Bonus under these orders shall continue to be monthly emoluments of Rs. 3500/-, as hitherto. The payment of ad-hoc Bonus under these orders will also be admissible to the eligible employees of Central Para Military Forces and Armed Forces. The orders will be deemed to be extended to the employees of Union Territory Administration which follow the Central Government pattern of emoluments and are not covered by any other bonus or ex-gratia scheme.
The benefit will be admissible subject to the following terms and conditions:-
(i) Only those employees who were in service as on 31.3.2015 and have rendered at least six months of continuous service during the year 2014-15 will be eligible for payment under these orders. Pro-rata payment will be admissible to the eligible employees for a period of continuous service during the year from six months to a full year, the eligibility period being taken in terms of the number of months of service (rounded off to the nearest number of months);
The quantum of Non-PLB (ad-hoc bonus) will be worked out on the basis of average emoluments/calculation ceiling whichever is lower. To calculate Non-PLB (Ad-hoc bonus) for one day, the average emoluments in a year will be divided by 30.4 (average number of days in a month). This will thereafter be multiplied by the number of days of bonus granted. To illustrate, taking the calculation ceiling of monthly emoluments of rs.3500 (where actual average emoluments exceed Rs.3500), Non-PLB (Ad-hoc Bonus) for thirty days would work out to Rs.3500×30/30.4=Rs.3453.95 (rounded off to Rs.3454/-).
The casual labour who have worked in offices following a 6 days week for at least 240 days for each year for 3 years or more (206 days in each year for 3 years or more in the case of offices observing 5 days a week), will be eligible for this Non-PLB (Ad-hoc Bonus) Payment. The amount of Non-PLB (ad-hoc bonus) payable will be (Rs.1200×30/30.4 i.e.Rs.1184.21 (rounded off to Rs.1184/-). In cases where the actual emoluments fall below Rs.1200/- p.m., the amount will be calculated on actual monthly emoluments.
All payments under these orders will be rounded off to the nearest rupee.
The clarificatory orders issued vide this Ministry’s OM No.F.14(10)-E. Coord/88 dated 4.10.1988, as amended from time to time, would hold good.
The expenditure on this account will be debitable to the respective Heads to which the pay and allowances of these employees are debited.
The expenditure to be incurred on account of Non-PLB (Ad-hoc Bonus) is to be met from within the sanctioned budget provision of concerned Ministries/Departments for the current year.
In so far as the persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department are concerned. these orders are issued in consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.
(Amar Nath Singh)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan
18, Institutional Area
Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg
New Delhi – 16
A Copy of Government of India, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, Office Memorandum No.7/22/2008/E III (A) dated 26th October 2015 regarding Grant of Non-Productivity Linked Bonus (Ad-hoc bonus) to Central Government Employees for the year 2014-15 – Extension of orders to Autonomous Bodies is forwarded herewith for information and necessary action.
THE PAYMENT OF BONUS ACT, 1965
The practice of paying bonus in India appears to have originated during FirstWorld War when certain textile mills granted 10% of wages as war bonus to their workers in 1917. In certain cases of industrial disputes demand for payment of bonus was also included. In 1950, the Full Bench of the Labour Appellate evolved a formula for determination of bonus. A plea was made to raise that formula in 1959. At the second and third meetings of the Eighteenth Session of Standing Labour Committee (G. O.I.) held in New Delhi in March/April 1960, it was agreed that a Commission be appointed to go into the question of bonus and evolve suitable norms. A Tripartite Commission was set up by the Government of India to
consider in a comprehensive manner, the question of payment of bonus based on profits to employees employed in establishments and to make recommendations to the Government. The Government of India accepted the recommendations of the Commission subject to certain modifications. To implement these
recommendations the Payment of Bonus Ordinance, 1965 was promulgated on 29th May, 1965. To replace the said Ordinance the Payment of Bonus Bill was introduced in the Parliament. [Click to view the PDF]
Bonus Calculation Formula of Central Govt Employees
(Monthly Emoluments x 30) / 30.4
To illustrate, taking the calculation ceiling of monthly emoluments of Rs. 7000 (where actual average emoluments exceed Rs. 7000), Non-PLB (Ad-hoc Bonus) for thirty days would work out to Rs. 7000 × 30 / 30.4 = Rs.6907.89 (rounded off to Rs.6908/-)