The Supreme Court officials have collectively contributed over Rs. 1 Crore towards the PM CARES Fund set up for relief work amid COVID-19 pandemic.In the wake of the pandemic of novel corona virus, the officers and officials of the Supreme Court Registry have collectively donated an amount of Rs. One Crore Sixty One Thousand Nine Hundred Eighty Nine towards the PM CARES fund..The employees of the Supreme Court Registry pledged a part of their salary on a voluntary basis after a circular to this effect was issued on March 29. It was decided that officers of the Supreme Court Registry will contribute a portion of their salaries from the month of March..The circular to this effect stated that the contributions would be on a voluntary basis. Further it was decided that the financial donations would be made in the following terms:All Gazetted Officers: 3 days' salaryAll Non-Gazetted Employees: 2 days' salaryAll Group C Non-Clerical Employees: 1 days' salary.[Coronavirus] Supreme Court Registry officials to contribute part of salary to PM CARES relief fund on voluntary basis.Earlier, all 33 sitting Judges of the Supreme Court pledged Rs 50,000 each towards the COVID-19 relief fund and prior to that, Justice NV Ramana, the next in line to become the Chief Justice of India, had already made a contribution of Rs 1 Lakh each towards the PM National Relief Fund as well as the CM relief funds of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh..Many from the legal fraternity are coming forth with the contributions with Senior Advocate Rakesh Dwivedi pledging Rs 1 Crore and the Supreme Court staff pledging a portion of their salary towards the relief funds.