a. The concession to home town is allowed once in a block of two calendar years. The block is counted from 1956-57 and current block year for home town LTC is 2010-11.
b. The concession to visit any place in India is admissible once in a block of 4 calendar years. The first 4 year block was 1974-77 and the current block is 2010-13.
c. Concession is also admissible during maternity leave.
d. Concession can be combined with journey on tour or transfer.
e. Intended place of visit to be declared in advance, in case of All India LTC.
f. Declared place of visit can be changed before commencement of the journey with the approval of controlling authority.
g. Declared place of destination must be visited.
h. Government servant and/ or members of his family may visit either the same place or different places of their choice.
i. LTC not admissible to;
- The Government servants whose spouses are employed in Railways & National Airlines.
- Government servant under suspension but his family can avail the concession.
- Government servant who proceeds on leave but resigns without returning to duty, journey performed in a private car (owned/ borrowed or hired) or chartered bus, van or other vehicle owned, operated by private operators.
- When journey performed in a private car (owned/ borrowed or hired) or chartered bus, van or other vehicle owned, operated by private operators.
j. Where no advance is drawn by Government servant, the right of a Government servant for reimbursement of LTC claim stands forfeited or deemed to have been relinquished, if the claim is not preferred within 3 months of the date of completion of return journey. If advance is drawn, final bill should be preferred within one month of the completion of the return journey.
a. Claims for advances are processed in ‘Tatkal Seva’ of this office.
b. The claims for advances, if submitted personally or through representative, are passed within 20 minutes.
c. The final claims are processed in TA section and final payments are released after adjustment of advances taken.
d. Period for submission of TA& DA/LTC claims:
- 15 days after completion of journey, if advance is taken.
- One month from the date of completion of journey, if advance is taken. In other cases, three months from the completion of journey.
- Bank Account number and IFS code are not given.
- Signature of Government servant not affixed in claim(s).
- Specimen signature of the Controlling Authority, in case of transfer of previous Controlling Authority, is not provided to the office in time.
- Counter signature of countersigning authority on TA/DA & LTC advance and final claim.
- Dependency certificate is not enclosed/countersigned by the countersigning authority, wherever required.
- Distance traveled in Kilometer is not given.
b. Common deficiencies in Permanent transfer claims:
- In the case of carriage of personal vehicle, RC & relevant documents are not found enclosed.
- Copy of LPC, for verification of advance taken from the previous station, is not enclosed.
c. Common deficiencies in LTC claims:
- Block year for which LTC is availing not mentioned.
- When a Government servant traveled by Private Airlines to J&K and NER, certificate to the effect that Air fare is less than LTC 80 fare issued by Air India is not enclosed
- Part-II Office Order for availing LTC not enclosed.
d. Common deficiencies in TA/DA claims:
- Part II Office Order/movement order is not found enclosed.