Friday, November 20, 2009


Hon’ble CGDA along with Lt. Gen. G.M.Nair. AVSM, YSM ,Col.11GRRC,GOC HQrs 9 Corps presided the function at Auditorium at office of PCDA(CC) Lucknow on 31st August 2009 for the launch of pilot phase of Monthly Pay System for PBORs of 11GRRC. C.O.S Lt.Gen. Gautam Banerjee , AVSM,YSM , PCDA (CC) Shri. V V Rao, IDAS, Brig. Sohal and Brig.H.G.V Singh, S.M,V.S.M dignitaries were also present to grace the occasion.

The Pilot Phase was implemented on 31/08/2009 for 11GRRC with 6000 nos. (apprx.) strength of PBORs. The Auditorium was fully packed with Army Jawans (500 Nos) and the Officers & Staff (250 Nos.) of Defence Accounts Department. A small presentation given by Jt.CDA Shri. Harihar Mishra, implementing officer about the Monthly Pay System to be adopted by the Pay Accounts Office .
In the existing system, accounts of PBORs are being closed on quarterly basis and payments due to them are being paid through the public fund accounts of their units and not directly into their personal savings bank accounts. Now in the new system introduced from 31/08/2009, salary accounts will be closed on monthly basis and dues will be credited directly into the savings bank accounts of PBORs’. This would provide much greater convenience to PBORs’ apart from simplification in payment and accounting system of the Government. Apart from salary, all other payments due to PBORs’ on account of Provident Fund and other advances shall be credited directly and electronically into such savings bank a/cs of PBORs’.
CGDA in her address told that this is a long awaited dream project of DAD which has come true today. She also told that this system will be implemented in all PAOs throughout the country by June 2010. CGDA & Colonel of the Regiment launched the system by transferring the amount into the Bank accounts of PBORs through online System of SBI followed by the distribution of Monthly Pay Slips to the selected Jawans of the 11 GRRC by all dignitaries. The Colonel of the Regt. Also praised the DAD for their efforts in implementing the MPS professionally.

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