Saturday, November 17, 2012

West Bengal miser on D.A., generous on holiday

Sectional holiday on 19th November 2012 in West Bengal
The West Bengal Govt though unable to hike the long awaited Dearness Allowance to it's employees while most other states have done so, the state Govt. is found kind enough to grant holidays to it's staff. Starting from declaring additional holidays in birth and death anniversaries of eminent persons, extra holiday in festive season (just to maintain the continuity of holidays) and now grants Sectional Holiday in "Chhat Puja".
In a notification dated 14th November 2012 it declares "Sectional Holiday for the non-bengaleese who actually performs the puja traditionally and employed in state Govt. offices, local bodies...."
Unlike the other closed holidays, Govt. offices in the state will remain open on 19th November 2012.
Click here to view the notification
WB employees likely to get D.A. from January 2013

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