valid as on 29/10/2020

27.9.11. National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (Recruitment, Salary and other Terms and Conditions of Service of Staff Car Drivers) Rules, 2020

11. Conditions of service.- (1) The conditions of service to the said post in matters of pay, allowances, leave and other conditions of service shall be regulated in accordance with such rules and regulations as are for the time being applicable to employees of the corresponding scale of pay of the Central Government from time to time.

(2) In matters relating to Provident Fund Scheme, Group Insurance or any other Insurance Scheme, age of superannuation, pension and retirement benefits of the Staff Car Driver working on deputation basis shall continue to be governed by the relevant rules as applicable to them in their parent Ministry or department or organisation.

(3) The Appellate Tribunal shall recover contributions toward such schemes from their salary and remit the amount immediately to the lending Ministry or Department or Organisation and any loss of interest on account of late remittance shall be borne by the Appellate Tribunal.

(4) The Staff Car Driver of the Tribunal shall have the option to avail medical facilities as per their entitlement in the parent organisation or as specified in .

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National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (Recruitment, Salary and other Terms and Conditions of Service of Staff Car Drivers) Rules, 2020 dated 21.09.2020


SCHEDULE-II National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (Recruitment, Salary and other Terms and Conditions of Service of Staff Car Drivers) Rules, 2020

[See rule 11 (4)]

MEDICAL FACILITIES

1. Outdoor Medical expenses.—(1) Officers and employees shall be eligible to get medical reimbursement for self and declared members of family.

Explanation.– For the purpose of this clause, the expression ―family‖ has the same meaning as assigned to it in the Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules, 1944.

(2) The reimbursement of outdoor medical expenses during the year shall be limited to the actual expenses or one month’s pay on the 1st January of the year (Basic pay plus Dearness Allowance) whichever is less.

(3) The claim should be supported by doctor’s prescription and the original cash memos or bills for treatment by the doctor and purchase of medicines and the release of increment or promotion during the year shall not affect the reimbursement limit as on the 1st January.

(4) For the officers and employees joining during the year, the annual entitlement shall be restricted on pro-rata basis.

(5) The outdoor treatment shall be taken from the authorised medical attendants from the panel to be maintained by the Appellate Tribunal.

2. Indoor treatment.-

(1) For the purpose of indoor treatment, the officers and employees of the Appellate Tribunal shall be entitled for medical treatment at hospitals authorised by the Appellate Appellate Tribunal in this behalf, and for this purpose, the cost of treatment including hospital accommodation, nursing home facility shall be as per the provisions of the Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules, 1944 as applicable to the Central Government employees drawing equivalent pay.

(2) The authorised hospitals for the purpose of clause (1) above shall be the same as are available to the Central Government employees regulated by Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules, 1944.

(3) Treatment at authorised hospitals may be taken on the advice of the authorised medical attendants only in emergency.


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