Authorisation of pension and other retirement benefits to the retiring employees of Punjab and U.T. Administration, Chandigarh.


The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (C&AG) is responsible for compiling the Accounts of the State Governments under Articles 149-151 of the Constitution of India and the CAG's (Duties, Powers and Conditions of Service) Act, 1971. Under these provisions he compiles the Monthly and Annual Accounts of the State Governments through the Principal Accountants General (Accounts and Entitlements) in each State. The inputs for the compilation of accounts are the Schedules/Challans of receipts, Vouchers of payments from the Treasuries and Pay and Accounts Officers; Compiled accounts from the Public Works and Forest Divisions and the Inter-Governmental and Inter-State payment details received from the State Governments through the Accountants General, Loans and Grants received by the State Government from Government of India through the Reserve Bank of India, constitute the primary books of accounts for these transactions.

  • The Finance Accounts of the State of Punjab present the accounts of receipts and outgoings of the Government for the year, together with the financial results disclosed by the Revenue and Capital accounts, the accounts of the Public Debt

  • Account Reports such as Appropriation Accounts, Finance Accounts and Monthly Key Indicators

  • Submission of material for the preparation of Central Finance Account to the Controller General of Accounts, Govt. of India, Ministry of Finance, in respect of Union Territory Administration, Chandigarh.