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Tuition Fee Reimbursement Form for Central Government
A Govt. servant shall be eligible for the reimbursement of the tuition fee payable and actually paid in respect of his child provided that no children’s educational allowance under these orders is admissible to him.
(i) These orders shall apply to Govt. servants including State Govt. servants on deputation to the Central Govt. and industrial employees directly working under Government whose pay is debatable to civil estimates including civilians paid from Defence estimates but shall not apply to-
(a) Railway servants,
(b) Persons in casual or daily rated or ad-hoc or part-time employment,
(c) Persons paid from contingencies,
(d) Persons employed on contract except where the contract provided otherwise, and
(e) India based staff serving in Missions abroad and receiving educational assistance under the Indian Foreign Service (Pay, Leave, Compensatory Allowances, and other conditions of service) Rules, 1961 as amended from time to time.
(ii) These orders shall also apply to Govt. servants on deputation to State Governments or on foreign service, provided necessary provision in regard to the drawal of educational assistance under these orders from such State Government or foreign employers is expressly made in the terms of deputation or foreign service.
In these orders, unless the context otherwise requires:-
(a) ‘Child’ means a child of a Govt. servant and includes a step-child and an adopted child, who is wholly dependent on the Govt. servant;
(b) ‘Government’ means the Central Govt.
© ‘Head of Office’ means a gazetted officer declared as such under rule 4 of the Delegation of Financial Power Rules, 1978 and includes such other authority or person whom the competent authority may, by order, specify as Head of office;
(d) ‘Higher Secondary or senior secondary classes’ mean classes XI and XII and include classes upto the equivalent of XII class under the 10+2+3 scheme like Pre-university class or the first year class of an Intermediate College, a technical College, or a polytechnic provided the child has passed the Secondary or equivalent but not the Higher Secondary Examination before joining such class.
(e) ‘Primary classes’ mean classes I to V but does not include kindergarten or nursery classes.
(f) ‘Recognised School’ means a Govt. school or any educational institution whether in receipt of Govt. aid or not, recognized by the Central or State Govt. or Union Territory Administration or by a University or a recognized educational authority having jurisdiction over the area where the institution is situated. For the purpose of these orders education up to the Senior level shall be treated as school education;
(g)‘Secondary classes’ mean classes VI to X.
(h) Tuition Fee means tuition fee payable and actually paid, and includes-
(i) Science fee,
(ii) Laboratory fee, in case science fee is not separately charged
(iii)The special fee charged for agriculture as an elective additional subject and,
(iv) Any fee charged for subjects like music which are taught as part of the regular school curriculum or subject requiring practical work under the programme of work experience,
Provided that if tuition fee charged from a Science student is higher than that charged from a non-science student, science fee, though separately charged, shall not be included in tuition fee for the purposes of these orders.
‘Tuition fee’ does not, however, include-
(i) domestic science fund charges,
(ii) Library fee;
(iii) Games fee,
(iv) Admission fee, and
(v) Extra-curricular activity fee.