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Please inform me the following details about gratuity .
What will be period of gratuity my brother will be entitled to get who has put on 35 years of service in Railway dept. and has been expired on 19.7.2010.
The particuars are as details.
Date of joing 15.05.1975
last pay drawn BP 21570/-
Da 7550/-
Please confirm whether ther is diffrence of period in death case.
Please also inform about how many years full pension will be made.

From India, Muktsar

dear in my view basic plus D A multiply 35 multiply 15 divde 26 which will come to 588000/-
From India, Delhi

Railways is a govt organisation and as such it is not governd by Payment of Gratuity Act 1972.There is a difference between retirement and death gratuity. The calculations are different.
For calculation of Pension under CCS(Pension) Rules The date of birth/date of retirement of your brother ( in case he had survived) and his salary as on 30 June 2010 is required.
Plz let me know the required information.

From India, Delhi

Can any one please let me know what is the difference between retirement and death gratuity???
From India, Mumbai
Dear, Pl give the retirement date. or for further details U can contact on 9426340064. S S KARADKAR
From India, Rajkot
Deepa Sunil Palav
The formula to calculate gratuity is Basic + DA /26*15*No. of years worked.
Hence the calculation of Gratuity will be 21750+7550/26*15*35 = 588000/-
Hope you understand the formula.
Deepa Palav

From India, Mumbai
Dear, the gratuity will be calculated for 36 years as 1 year is counted for service of 6 months plus one day,so the year of 1975 & 2010 both will be included.
formula for calculation is = salary last drawn*15*36 /26.
according to latest amendment in gratuity act, gratuity upto 10 lacs is exempted from tax against the earliar limit of 3.5 lacs.
Shashi Bhushan Singh

From India, Pune

In my opinion gratuity act also covers railways

Sec 1 sub sec 3A states that “it shall apply to every factory, mine, oilfield, plantation, port and railways company”

And the calculation will be for 36 yrs and amount of payment will be 604800 INR

Umesh Bhardwaj

From India, Kanpur
Shyam Agrawal

Dear All,

I fully agree with the contention of Shri bnps57 that in the subject case, government gratuity and pension rules are applicable and not the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972. The reference quoted above about coverage of railways in the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 is with reference to private railway companies which were in existance then. Now almost all railway lines are fully owned by the government of India and the referee is talking about a government railway employee and not employee of some private railway company if any in existance in India now. So please provide the info to Shri bnps57 and get a right answer and also consult P. Muthuswamy's publication on Pension and Gratuity, if necessary.

As for the query about difference bewteen death gratuity and retirement gratuity, I would like to say that on death, some employers pay higher gratuity as a good will gesture, sympathy, compassion etc. In retirement gratuity, the calculation is simple. The other most important difference is - for retirement gratuity, the employee is equired to render minimum service of 5 years. For death case, there is no such condition of minimum qualified service.

Shyam Agrawal

From India, Pune
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From India, Calcutta
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