LTC rules relaxed for Central Govt employees visiting JK

Posted by binu P Monday, June 21, 2010

Government has decided to relax LTC rules by permitting Central govt employees to travel by any airlines to visit Jammu and Kashmir.

All officers and employees of the Central government will be allowed to avail LTC to visit the state against "conversion of one block of their home town LTC", an order issued by the government said.

Officers and employees of the Centre entitled to travel by air can avail this LTC in their entitled class, it said.

All other employees of Central government can travel by air in economy class from Delhi and Amritsar to any place in J and K by any airlines subject to their entitlement being limited to fares of Air India, the order said.

Journey from their place of posting upto Delhi/Amritsar will have to be undertaken as per their entitlement.

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11 Responses to LTC rules relaxed for Central Govt employees visiting JK

  1. Gouri Sankar Says:
  2. its a good decision on the part of central govt. and will promote tourism in the ravaged state of j&k

  3. Vats Rajeev Says:
  4. i am a fresh recruit as a Engineer in NPCIL i have joined in 2009 whether i am eligible to visit NER /J&K
    against my hometown ,,answer me at my email please and i want all rules regarding to fresh recruits .

  5. Hello All,
    I am working as an Assistant Librarian (PB3) in a central university in Assam. I joined service on 19-04-2010, so, as per rule i will be eligible for LTC on 19-04-2011. so, my question is that, can I convert my 1st "Home Town LTC" to "Any where in India"?

  6. Kapil Says:
  7. Hi,
    I Joined NIC on Jan 12 2010.And as per rules have completed one year so eligible for home down LTC.
    Now my question is whether this home town LTC can be used to travel to NER/J&K.
    If yes then out of the three home town LTC's which one can be converted or how many of them will be converted to NER/J&K?
    Would appreciate relevant orders so that this thing can be proved in my office too.

  8. conversation Says:
  9. I live in Kolkata and I work at O/o Pr. CCA, Kolkata in Grade pay of Rs. 2800. Now my question is if I can avail LTC from Kolkata to Delhi by rail and from Delhi to Srinagar by air since air is admissible from Delhi to J&K by conversion of one block year home town LTC as per order.

  10. mounisri Says:
  11. hi,
    i joined in postal dept... on 30/3/2010...as per rules hav completed one and half year service so eligible for home town LTC.

    Now my doubt is whether this home town LTC for new recruites can be used to travel to NER/J & K.

    If any one knows this info please reply same would be submitted in my office.

  12. asm Says:
  13. hi, i joined aees mumbai in july 2005. i want to know wether i am eligible to avail the ltc j&k this year i,e 2012 or no. plz reply soon,

  14. Sk Khan Says:
  15. I'm working in central Govt.department as LDC day before I emailed my casual leave before office timing on official email but unfortunately it in Spam folder and the official not checked it nor take print out of C/L. yesterday my Boss served me an explanation, within no time i replied with my sent mail proof. But today he again served an explanation & same time I replied but he does not seem satisfy. Can he stop my salary or taking any action against me. Please send me your suggestion on email.

  16. Arun Bhave Says:
  17. I have not availed home town/ all india LTC during block of 2010-11 nor during block of 2012- 13 till date. However now i am planning to visit my home town during month of FEB 2013 and also planning to visit J &K during May 2013 will i be eligible to get LTC for both of the trips if yes i will be obliged if you send the circular or notification if any on the same.

  18. Anonymous Says:
  19. hi, am a central govt employee working in hyd. My headquaters,residence,home town are the same hyderabad. Am i eligible to claim LTC?

  20. Anonymous Says:
  21. I want condition/procedure for claim medical re-imbursement in private Hospital in India.


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