Latest List of Sainik Rest Houses in India PDF
Sainik Rest Houses are essential for the well-being of the Ex-Servicemen community, including the ex-servicemen, their widows, and dependents. These individuals often need to visit their respective Zila Sainik Board/ Rajya Sainik Board for various purposes such as resettlement issues, medical treatment, legal aid, pension, and availing of canteen facilities. At times, they may also need to visit other important towns or cities for medical treatment, pilgrimage, or sightseeing. During such visits, they require decent and affordable accommodation for a short duration. To meet this requirement, a significant number of Sainik Rest Houses have been constructed at various locations across the country.
|Topic||Sainik Rest House|
|Department||Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare|
|Location||All Over India|
What is Sainik Rest House?
The State Government/UT provides the land free of cost, while the respective State Government/UT is responsible for the maintenance of these rest houses. The concerned Rajya/Zila Sainik Boards maintain these rest houses. The Government of India shares 50% of the cost of the construction of Sainik Rest Houses based on the Standard Operating Procedure. Apart from the Sainik Rest Houses in each state, a Central Sainik Rest House has been built on Defence Land in Naraina, New Delhi, at an estimated cost of Rs 8 crore. The Kendriya Sainik Board (KSB), which comes under the Ministry of Defence, maintains this Rest House to provide decent accommodation at subsidized rates for ESMs visiting the national capital.
How to book Sainik Rest House in advance?
The process of making advance reservations for Sinik Rest House may differ slightly depending on the state. As an illustration, in the state of Puducherry, serving or retired outstation Defence personnel or their registered widows are permitted to make advance bookings up to three days in advance.
To book the Sainik Rest House in advance, follow the booking procedure for accommodation at CSRH in Naraina, New Delhi. Reservation requests can be made up to 15 days prior to the intended stay, and serving officers/JCOs/ORs can book accommodations up to one day in advance. Reservations can be made by calling 011-25777049 between 1030 and 1730 on any working day. If a reservation needs to be canceled, a minimum of 24 hours’ notice from the booking date is required to avoid inconvenience to other ESM. Walk-in guests may be accommodated with prior approval from the OIC if there are available rooms/dormitories. Accommodations will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis with priority given to ESM and their dependents, followed by ex-servicemen and personnel attending re-settlement courses in Delhi, and finally serving personnel of the Defense forces and their families/civil personnel if vacancies exist. Please note that no accommodations will be kept reserved for any category.
State-Wise List of Sainik Rest Houses in India
The current status of Sainik Rest Houses (SRH) in India is as follows: There are a total of 338 Sainik Rest Houses located across the country in different state capitals, district headquarters, and union territories. To obtain a comprehensive list of Sainik Rest Houses in various locations throughout the country, kindly refer to the detailed listing provided.
|Sainik Rest House in Andhra Pradesh||07|
|Sainik Rest House in Arunachal Pradesh||Nil|
|Sainik Rest House in Assam||07|
|Sainik Rest House in Bihar||08|
|Sainik Rest House in Chhattisgarh||05|
|Sainik Rest House in Delhi||01|
|Sainik Rest House in Goa||Nil|
|Sainik Rest House in Gujarat||04|
|Sainik Rest House in Haryana||29|
|Sainik Rest House in Himachal Pradesh||23|
|Sainik Rest House in Jharkhand||05|
|Sainik Rest House in Karnataka||10|
|Sainik Rest House in Kerala||07|
|Sainik Rest House in Madhya Pradesh||17|
|Sainik Rest House in Maharashtra||30|
|Sainik Rest House in Manipur||Nil|
|Sainik Rest House in Meghalaya||Nil|
|Sainik Rest House in Mizoram||02|
|Sainik Rest House in Nagaland||07|
|Sainik Rest House in Odisha||02|
|Sainik Rest House in Punjab||16|
|Sainik Rest House in Rajasthan||32|
|Sainik Rest House in Sikkim||06|
|Sainik Rest House in Tamil Nadu||08|
|Sainik Rest House in Tripura||01|
|Sainik Rest House in Telangana||01|
|Sainik Rest House in Uttrakhand||33|
|Sainik Rest House in Uttar Pradesh||50|
|Sainik Rest House in West Bengal||08|
|Sainik Rest House in Andaman and Nicobar (UT)||02|
|Sainik Rest House in Chandigarh (UT)||01|
|Sainik Rest House in Jammu & Kashmir (UT)||14|
|Sainik Rest House in Leh & Ladakh (UT)||01|
|Sainik Rest House in Puduchhery (UT)||01|
Rates of Rent for Sainik Rest House
SRH Room Charges for Serving Defence Personnel: The rates for room rentals are specifically intended for individuals serving in the Defence, Central, and State Government sectors. The rental prices vary based on the rank of the individual. For officers, the cost is Rs. 220 per day, which includes room rent (Rs. 100), electricity (Rs. 30), cooler or geyser usage (Rs. 30), air conditioning (Rs. 70), and television (Rs. 20). For Hony Commissioned Officers (JCO), the price is Rs. 190 per day, which includes room rent (Rs. 50), electricity (Rs. 25), cooler or geyser usage (Rs. 25), air conditioning (Rs. 70), and television (Rs. 20). For ORs, it is Rs. 20 per bed for dormitory-style accommodations per day.
SRH Room Rental Rates for Ex-Servicemen: The accommodation fees for Ex-Servicemen are as follows: For Officers, the daily rate is Rs. 190, which includes room rent (Rs. 50), electricity (Rs. 25), cooler or geyser (Rs. 25), air conditioner (Rs. 70), and television (Rs. 20).
For JCO (Hony Commissioned Offices), the daily rate is Rs. 160, which covers room rent (Rs. 50), electricity (Rs. 25), cooler or geyser (Rs. 25), air conditioner (Rs. 70), and television (Rs. 20).
For ORs, the charge is Rs. 10 per bed per day for dormitory accommodation.
SRH Room Rent for Ex-Employees of Rajya Sainik Boards (RSB), Zila Sainik Board (ZSB): Former employees of RSB and ZSB are eligible for accommodations at 50% of the rates applicable to ex-servicemen. Serving personnel, ex-servicemen, their dependents, government officials, and officers of government boards and public sector undertakings can avail of accommodations, with rent charged as applicable to ex-servicemen. Rent-free accommodations with electricity charges will be provided to war widows, disabled ex-servicemen with over 50% disability, Vir Chakra Series Medal holders, and Arjun Awardees. AC charges will be levied per day between April 1 to October 31, while room cooler, geyser and heater charges will be charged extra. Re-employed ex-servicemen officers will be treated as state government officers and charged according to the rates applicable to them. The families of ex-servicemen, ex-officers, and serving personnel will also be charged rent according to the rates applicable to ex-servicemen. Payment must be made immediately on booking accommodations, and if the room is unoccupied, the amount will be forfeited. Rooms cannot be allotted for more than three days at a time. Only one room will be allotted under the name of an ex-serviceman or service personnel, and if they book more than one room, charges for additional rooms will be as per the category of the occupants. These rates supersede the rules and amendments in the earlier letter dated February 6, 2007, and will come into effect from November 1, 2008. Please note that charges for TA, AC, cooler, and geyser will only be levied if they are provided.
Who is eligible for the SRH room rental rates?
Sainik Rest House room rates are specifically intended for individuals serving in the Defence, Central, and State Government sectors, as well as ex-servicemen.
How much is the cost of SRH for Hony Commissioned Officers (JCO) per day?
Sainik Rest House for Hony Commissioned Officers (JCO), the price is Rs. 190 per day, which includes room rent, electricity, cooler or geyser usage, air conditioning, and television.
How much is the cost for ORs per day?
Sainik Rest House for ORs, it is Rs. 20 per bed for dormitory-style accommodations per day.
Who is eligible to make advance reservations for Sainik Rest House?
Serving or retired outstation Defence personnel or their registered widows are eligible to make advance reservations for Sainik Rest House.
Is there any notice period required for cancellation of a reservation?
Yes, a minimum of 24 hours’ notice from the booking date is required to avoid inconvenience to other ESM.
Can walk-in guests be accommodated?
Walk-in guests may be accommodated with prior approval from the OIC if there are available rooms.