Anonymousname (Business) 25 October 2019
Hemant Agarwal (email@example.com Mumbai : 9820174108) 25 October 2019
1. You are a Govt. aided entity (a regd. Society) and not a Govt. dept., /body. Can you claim Gratuity as given to Govt. employees. It is surprising how 7th pay comission criteria is applied to a non-govt. body. Getting Salary from Govt. Fund, is in form of an Aid to the Society.
2. Anyways, make proper representations with the relevant ministry and follow-up consistently, with the logic posted herein. It would work.
Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal
Sb Karma 25 October 2019
It is the upper threshold of the limit not full amount,it's varry from designation to years of jobs.You can simply calculate on the following base
Gratuity in India is calculated using the formula:
Gratuity = Last Drawn Salary × 15/26 × No. of Years of Service
So just calculate!
If you found guilty towards your employer just go to local advocates,but before it just put an application before dept.head of your institution and get reply from him.It will help you judicially to established your point.And even its happened then ask the dept. why they give less,under which section they are doing so.
After their reply only you or(advocates) can understand the point of your dept.
Hope it will clear lit'bit your doubt!
P. Venu (Advocate) 26 October 2019
The facts posted suggest that the employees in your organisation are entitled for gratuity under the Payment of Gratuity Act, and not under the CCS(pension) Rules. Enhancement of Gratuity in the former case is with effect from 29th March 2018 i.e. the date of notification of the amendment of the Act.