Grant of House Rent Allowance – Guidelines issued by Karnataka Govt

Grant of House Rent Allowance – Guidelines issued by Karnataka Govt

The State Government of Karnataka has issued detailed guidelines to its employees regarding the House Rent Allowance.

The Finance Department of Karnataka published an official order on its website that On the basis of the recommendations of the Official Pay Committee-2011, State Government has revised the  Pay Scales and Allowances of their employees with effect from 01.04.2012  vide Government Order dated: 21.04.2012 read at (6) above. Therein, it was also ordered that for the purpose of House Rent Allowance, the Cities / Towns and Other Places in the State were reclassified into four classes for the purpose of HRA with reference to the population based on the 2001 Census figures and the rate of HRA was also revised with effect from 01.04.2012 as follows…

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