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Air Commodore Yubraj Singh Pal

Service No 3703 Branch ACCTS

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Date of Birth: 04 Jan 1926
Date Commissioned 04 Nov 1949 Course
Service End Retired on 31 Jan 1981
Remarks :
Promotions Gazetted
Fg Offr : 03 Dec 1951Wg Cdr : 01 Apr 1970Acting Gp Capt : 30 Aug 1976Gp Capt : 01 Apr 1977
Acting Air Cmde : 12 Sep 1977Air Cmde : 01 Apr 1978
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Awards and Decorations


Number of Awards: 1
 
Vishist Seva Medal
Wg CdrYubraj Singh Pal3703 ACCTAward Date 26 Jan 1976Announced 26 Jan 1976
Details :

Wing Commander Yubraj Singh Pal (3703) Accounts was commissioned on 4th November 1949 and since then has held several important appointments.

He was posted to Air Force Central Accounts Office in September, 1971. As Officer in-charge Officers' Pay Section he has organized the Section and streamlined its functions so well that audit objections were brought to nil by June, 1974. Through his efforts, he has made it possible for officers/ civilians retiring from service to draw their fund balance immediately after retirement from DSOP Fund and General Provident Fund accounts. He has done extensive research into the causes of delay in the finalization of non-effective accounts and has introduced certain bold and effective measure to counter them.

In the field of computerization, he has carried out detailed system studies which helped in reducing the mistakes. At the time of take over of more than a lakh provident fund accounts he was responsible for compiling a correct membership list and reconciling the subscription rate with the ledger cells.

He has been responsible for the fast, accurate and efficient implementation of the new Pay Coder. He took on himself all the burdens of refixation of pay of officer and calculation of arrears thereby relieving the units of a heavy load of work. This involved the fixation of pay of about 8500 effective and 500 non-effective accounts, reassessment of about 1,40,000 rent bills and recalculation of income tax for every officer. This work was finalized under his direction in a record time and every officer was paid his arrears by February, 1975.

In all assignments, he has worked with devotion and exceptional efficiency.

Unit : AFCAO
Reference : GoI19760126