Ad-hoc Bonus Orders for Autonomous Orgs Employees
Ad-hoc Bonus orders have been issued for the employees who work in various autonomous organizations. These orders have been given in recognition of their hard work and dedication to their jobs. The bonus will be given to the employees on top of their regular salaries and will be a welcome surprise for many of them. The amount of the bonus will depend on a number of factors, including the employee’s job performance, length of service, and other criteria. Ultimately, this bonus is a way for the government to show its appreciation for the hard work of these employees and to encourage them to continue to work diligently for the good of their organization.
The Central Government has decided to extend the grant of Non-Productivity Linked Bonus (Ad-hoc Bonus) to its employees for the year 2014-15. This bonus is being offered to employees who are working in Autonomous Bodies and other similar organizations under the Central Government. The decision to extend this bonus was made in recognition of the hard work and dedication shown by these employees throughout the year. This bonus will provide some relief to the employees who have been working tirelessly to help the government achieve its goals.
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
E III (A) Branch
New Delhi, the 26th October, 2015.
Subject:- Grant of Non-Productivity Linked Bonus (Ad-hoc Bonus) to Central Government Employees for the year 2014-15 — Extension of orders to Autonomous Bodies.
Orders have been issued vide this Ministry’s Office Memorandum No.7/24/2007 E-III(A) dated 16th October, 2015 authorizing 30 days emoluments as Non-PLB (Ad-hoc bonus) for the accounting year 2014-15 to the eligible Central Government employees not covered by the Productivity Linked Bonus Schemes, subject to terms and conditions laid down therein.
2. The undersigned is directed to say that it has now been decided that the Non-PLB (Ad-hoc) bonus so admissible subject to the terms and conditions laid down in the aforesaid orders, may be extended to the employees of autonomous bodies, partly or fully funded by the Central Government which (i) follow the pattern of pay structure and emoluments identical to that of the Central Government and (ii) do not have any bonus or ex-gratia or incentive scheme in operation.
3. In case of doubt as to the operation of these orders the clarificatory orders, circulated vide this Ministry’s O.M. No.14(10)E-Coord/88 dated 4.10.88, as amended from time to time, may be kept in view, mutatis mutandis.
4. Any request for funding by the Government to meet the liability on account of Non-PLB (Ad-hoc bonus) in respect of various autonomous organizations would not be considered by the administrative Ministries concerned, as the expenditure on Non-PLB (Ad-hoc bonus) should be met from within the existing budgetary provisions of the respective organizations. While the Autonomous Bodies not funded by the Central Government may also adopt these orders as per their own administrative and financial judgment in respect of their employees, no liability for funding will, in any case, lie on the Central Government on this account.
(Amar Nath Singh)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India
Reference bonus orders
- Ministry of Finance Office Memorandum No.7/24/2007 E-III(A) dated 16th October, 2015
- Ministry of Finance Office Memorandum O.M. No.14(10)E-Coord/88 English
- Ministry of Finance Office Memorandum O.M. No.14(10)E-Coord/88 Hindi
What is an ad-hoc bonus?
An ad-hoc bonus is a nonrecurring payment made to employees on a discretionary basis.
Who is eligible for ad-hoc bonus orders?
Employees working in various autonomous organizations may be eligible for ad-hoc bonus orders. The specific eligibility criteria may vary by organization.
How are ad-hoc bonus orders determined?
Ad-hoc bonus orders are typically determined by the organization’s management or administrative leadership.
Are ad-hoc bonuses guaranteed?
No, ad-hoc bonuses are not guaranteed and are typically awarded at the discretion of the organization’s leadership.
Are there any tax implications for receiving an ad-hoc bonus?
Yes, ad-hoc bonuses are subject to income tax and must be reported on the employee’s tax return.