Yes, a suspended employee can claim his/her pay which is called subsistence allowance. If the period of suspension is less than 90 days then the incumbent claim for 50 % of previous salary. If it is more than 90 days then he/she will get 75% of salary. If the candidate is appointed in any other place then he/ she will get no allowance. In this connection, employee must furnished a certificate/declaration to the school authority that he/she is not yet working anywhere. This is submit every month. Then the suspended employee can get salary.
An suspended employee usually receives Subsistence Allowance constitutes of 50% of (Basic Pay + DA) + full HRA + full Medical Allowance etc for the first 03 months and it may increases upto 75% with same HRAs and MA. But, this rule doesn’t have any provision to assure of receiving of 75% of the (basic + DA) after 03 months rather there are provisions to continue with 50% or to consider to reduce the Subsistence Allowance in case of any situation mentioned in the respective DP regulations and even to stop the Subsistence Allowance in case the employee is appointed elsewhere/ earning….Therefore a Suspended employee may only claim for the salary/benefits as admissible in normal rules and as due to him in case the Authority decides to revoke the Suspension and passes an order to treat the period under Suspension as DUTY.