Schedule For Reimbursement of Hospitalisation Expenses - Medical Scheme for the Officers/ Employees - in lieu of the Existing Hospitalization Scheme
|Grade / Scales of Officers
|Major ‘A’ Class Cities Rs.
|Area I (Rs.)
|Other Places Rs.
|Officers in Scale VI & above
|Officers in Scale IV & V above
|Officers in Scale I/II/III
It is reiterated that the following provision shall continue to apply wherever an officer is required to travel on duty:
(a) An officer in Junior Management Grade is entitled to travel by 1st Class or AC 2- tier Sleeper by train. He may, however, travel by air (economy class) if so permitted by the Competent Authority, having regard to the exigencies of business or public interest.
(b) An officer in Middle Management Grade is entitled to travel by 1st Class or AC 2- tier Sleeper by train. He may, however, travel by air (economy class) if the distance to be travelled is more than 1000 kms. He may, however, travel by air (economy class) even for a shorter distance if so permitted by the Competent Authority, having regard to the exigencies of business or public interest.
(c) An officer in Senior Management or Top Executive Grade is entitled to travel by AC 1st Class by train or by air (economy class).
(d) An officer in Senior Management or Top Executive Grade may travel by car between places not connected by air or rail provided that the distance does not exceed 500 km. However, when a major part of the distance between the two places can be covered by air or rail only the rest of the distance should normally be covered by car.
(e) Any other officer may be authorised by the Competent Authority, having regard to the exigencies of business, to travel by his own vehicle or by taxi or by the Bank?s vehicle.
The remaining provisions as in Sub-regulations (2) & (3) of Regulation 41 of Officers? Service Regulations shall remain unchanged.
(a) During each block of 4 years, an officer shall be eligible for leave travel concession for travel to his place of domicile once in each block of two years. Alternatively, he may travel in one block of two years to his place of domicile and in another block of two years to any place in India by the shortest route.
(b) Alternatively, an officer, by exercising an option anytime during a 4 year block or two year block, as the case may be, surrender and encash his LTC (other than travel to place of domicile) upon which he shall be entitled to receive an amount equivalent to the eligible fare for the class of travel of which he is entitled up to a distance of 4500 kms (one way) for officers in JMG-Scale-I and MMG – Scale II & III and 5500 kms (one way) for officers in SMG- Scale IV & above.
(c) An officer opting to encash his LTC shall prefer the claim for himself / herself and his / her family members only once during the block / term in which such encashment is availed of. The facility of encashment of privilege leave while availing of Leave Fare Concession is also available while encashing the facility of LTC.
(d) The mode and class by which an officer may avail of Leave Travel Concession shall be the same as the officer is normally entitled to travel on transfer and other terms and conditions subject to which the Leave Travel Concession may be availed of by an officer, shall be as decided by the Board from time-to-time. Provided that w.e.f. 1st May 2010 an officer in Junior Management Grade Scale I while availing LTC will be entitled to travel by air in the lowest fare economy class in which case the reimbursement will be the actual fare or the fare applicable to AC 1st Class fare by train for the distance traveled whichever is less. The same rules shall apply when an officer in Middle Management Grade Scale II and Middle Management Grade Scale III while availing LTC where the distance is less than 1000 kms.
For the purpose of medical facilities and for the purpose of leave fare concession, the expression 'family' of an employee shall mean -
a) the employee?s spouse, wholly dependent unmarried children (including step children and legally adopted children) wholly dependent physically and mentally challenged brother/ sister with 40% or more disability, widowed daughters and dependent divorced/ separated daughters, sisters including unmarried/ divorced/ abandoned or separated from husband/ widowed sisters as also parents wholly dependent on the employee.
b) The term wholly dependent family member shall mean such member of the family having a monthly income not exceeding Rs.10,000/- p.m. If the income of one of the parents exceeds Rs.10,000/- p.m. or the aggregate income of both the parents exceeds RS.10,000/- p.m., both the parents shall not be considered as wholly dependent on the officer employee.
c) A married female employee may include her natural parents or parents-in-law under the definition of family, but not both, provided that the parents/parentsin-law are wholly dependent on her.
Note: For the purpose of medical expenses reimbursement scheme, for all employees, any two of the dependent parents/ parents-in-law shall be covered.