Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Introduction of Annual Medical Examination for the Group ‘A’ officers of Central Civil Services of age 40 years and above

No.21011/1/2009 – Estt (A) – Part
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)


 North Block, New Delhi.
North Block, New Delhi, 20th March, 2013.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Introduction of Annual Medical Examination for the Group ‘A’ officers of Central Civil Services of age 40 years and above.

            In continuation with this Department’s OM of even number dated 1st February, 2012 on the above subject, the undersigned is directed to enclose herewith the following:-

(i)                 Full address of 26 Hospitals in Delhi/NCR circulated alongwith abovementioned OM dated 1st February 2012.

(ii)              List of empanelled Hospitals for undergoing Annual Medical Examination in the cities (other than Delhi/NCR) as provided by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare vide OM No. A-17020/1/2010-MS dated 28.12.12. If any clarification in respect of these empanelled hospitals as mentioned in the enclosed list is required, the same may be obtained directly from Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

(Mohinder Kumar)
                                                                                                                          Director (E-II)
Tel. No. 23093180



List of Hospitals in Delhi/NCR

Sl.NO.
NAME OF HOSPITAL
ADDRESS
1
Fortis Fit. Lt. Raja Dhall Hospital.
Fortis Flt. Lt. Rajan Dhall Hospital. Sec.-B,
Pocket-I, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070.
2
Fortis International Hospital.
Fortis International Hospital, Noida. B-22, Sec.62, Noida-201301
3
Escort Heart Institute and Research Centre.
Escort Heart Institute and Research Centre. Okhla Road, New Delhi-25
4
Sarvodaya Hospital.
Sector-8, Ymca Road, Faridabad Sector-8,
Faridabad-121006.
5
Kailash Hospital.
Kailash Hospital Ltd., 23, KP-1,
Greater Noida-201305.
6
Metro Hospital & Cancer Institute.
Metro Hospital & Cancer Institute.
21, Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi-110092.
7
R.L.K.C Hospital &Heart Institute.
R,L.K.C Hospital & Heart Institue
Depot, New Delhi. (A unit of R.L. Khera Charitable Trust), Naraina Road, Noar Shadipur-110008
8
MGS Hospital.
MGS Hospital, 35/37 Rohtak Road, West Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi-26
9
Kukreja Hospital.
Kukreja Hospital & Heart Centre, West Zone, C-1 Vishal Enclave Rajouri Garden New Delhi-18.
10
Paras Hospital.
Paras Hospital, C-1, Sushant Lok, Phase-1,
Guargaon, Haryana
Pin-122001
11
B.L.Kapoor Memorial Hospital.
B.L.Kapoor Memorial Hospital Pusa Road,
Karol Bagh, New Delhi-110060.
12
Kalra Hospital.
Karla Hospital SRCNC. A-5&6, Kirti Nagar, Main Najafgarh Road,
New Delhi-110015.
13
Max Superspeciality Hospital
Max Superspeciality Hospital. 1 Press
Enclave Road, Saket, New Delhi-110017.
14
Max Superspeciality Hospital
Max Superspeciality Hospital, 108A,
Indraprastha Extension Patparganj, New Delhi-110092.
15
Narender Mohan Hospital.
Narender Mohan Hospital, Mohan Nagar,
Ghaziabad, U.P-201007.
16
Apollo Hospital.
Apollo Hospital Noida Sector 26, Noida (UP)- 201301.
17
Max Health Care.
Max Health Care. Gurgaon, Block-B,
Shushant Lok, Phase-I. Gurgaon-01.
18
Sunderlal Jain Charitable Hospital.
Sunderlal Jain Charitable Hospital,
Ashok Vihar, Phase-III, Delhi-110052.
19
Bansal Hospital.
Bansal Hospital. A-1, New Friends
Colony, New Delhi-25.
20
Yashoda Hospital.
Yashoda Hospital.
III-M, Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad-201010.
21
St.Stephen’s Hospital.
St.Stephen’s Hospital. Tis Hazari,
Delhi-110401
22
Sumitra Hospital.
Sumitra Hospital. A-119, Sec.35,
Noida-201301
23
Metro Hospital & Heart Insitute.
Metro Hospital & Heart Institute, X-1, Sec.12, Noida-201301
24
Dr.P.Bhasin Path Labs (P) Ltd.
Dr.P.Bhasin Path Labs (P) Ltd., S-13, Opp-M Block Market, Greater Kailash 1, Delhi-48.
25
Surbhi Hospital.
Surbhi Hospital Pvt. Ltd. Near City
CentreMetro, Golf Course Road,  Morna, Sec.35, Noida-201301.
26
Prakash Hospital.
Prakash Hospital Pvt. Ltd. D-12, 12-A, 12-B, Sec.-33, Noida-201301
 
No.A.17020/1/2010-MS
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
(M.S. Section)

Nirman Bhavan, New Delhi,
Dated the 28th December, 2012

Office Memorandum

Subject:          Introduction of Annual Medical Examination for Central Civil Services Group ‘A’ officers.

            The undersigned is directed to refer to DOP&T’s OM No.21011/1/2009-Estt (A)- Part dated 16.08.2012 on the subject mentioned above and to inform that this Ministry has received 45 (approx) duly signed MOA from the hospitals situated outside Delhi/NCR for conducting proposed medical examination. A detailed list in this regard is attached.

            It is also informed that in Delhi/NCR, no new hospital has been empanelled for this purpose.



(Arun Chaudhary)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Tele:23061436




LIST OF HOSPITALS IN CGHS CITIES (OTHER THAN DELHI NCR) WHO HAVE SIGNED MOA FOR ANNUAL
HEALTH CHECK UP (As on 06/09/2012)

S.NONAME OF CITIESNAME OF HOSPITALS
1.
Ahmedabad
2.
Allahabad
  1. 1.      Jeevan Jyoti Hospital
  2. 2.      Vatsalya Maternity & Surgical Centre Pvt. Ltd.
(MOAs not received)
3.
Bangalore
  1. 1.      Apollo Hospital
  2. 2.      Anand Diagnostic Laboratory.
4.
Bhubaneshwar
  1. 1.      Institute of Medical Science
  2. 2.      Hi-tech Medical College & Hospital
  3. 3.      Apollo Hospital
(Only photo copy of MOAs received)
4.
Kolkata
  1. 1.      AMRI Hospital Salt Lake.
  2. 2.      Calcutta Medical Centre Ltd.
(Photo copy of MOAs received)
5.
Chennai
  1. 1.      Noble Hospital, Purasawalkam, Chennai
  2. 2.      MIOT Hospitals, Manapakkam, Chennai
  3. 3.      Medall Health Care Private Ltd, Guindy, Chennai
(MOAs not received)
6.
Guwahati
7.
Hyderabad
8.
Jaipur
9.
Jabalpur
  1. 1.      Jabalpur Hospital and Research centre.
  2. 2.      City Hospital and Research centre.
  3. 3.      National Hospital.
  4. 4.      Marble City Hospital and Research centre.
10.
Kanpur
11.
Lucknow
12.
Meerut
13.
Mumbai
14.
Nagpur
  1. 1.      Mure Memorial Hospital.
  2. 2.      Shri Radhakrishna Hospital & Research Institute.
  3. 3.      Ranibow Medinova Diagnostic Services.
(Photocopy of MOAs received).
15.
Patna
16.
Pune
17.
Ranchi
18.
Thiruvananthapuram
19.
Chandigarh
20.
Bhopal
  1. 1.      Chirayu Medical College & Hospital.
21.
Shillong
  1. 1.      There is no private empanelled hospital in shillong.
22.
Dehradun


LIST OF CS(MA) RECOGNISED HOSPITALS WHO HAVE SIGNED MOA FOR ANNUAL HEALTH CHECK UP

(As on 06/09/2012)

S.NONAME OF STATESNAME OF CITYNAME OF HOSPITALSNo.
1.
Andhra Pradesh1. Vijaywada1. Dr. Ramesh Cardiac & Multispeciality Hospital
1
2. Rajahmundary1. Swatantra Hospital.
2
2.
Arunachal Pradesh

3.
Assam

4.
Bihar

5.
Jharkhand

6.
Chandigarh (UT)

7.
Delhi (UT)

8.
Goa

9.
Gujarat1. Vadodara1. Banker Heart Institute.
3
10.
Haryana

11.
Himachal Pradesh

12.
Jammu & Kashmir

13.
Karnataka

14.
Kerala1. Cochin1. Indira Gandhi Co-Operative Hospital
4
2. Cochin Hospital
5
15.
Madhya Pradesh1. Gwalior1. BIMR Hospital
6
2. Kalyan Memorial & KDJ Hospital.
7
2. Betul1. Padhar Hospital.
8
3. Bhopal1. People’s Hospitals
9
2. L.B.S. Hospital and Research Centre.
10
16.
Meghalaya

17.
Mizoram

18.
Maharashtra1. Pune1. Pawana Hospital.
11
2. Madhukar General Hospital, Anand Nagar.
12
2. Nashik1. Rajebhadur Heart Foundation.
13
3. Miraz1. Wanless Hospital & Research Centre.
14
4. Ahmednagar1. Anandrishiji Hospital & Medical Research Centre.
15
5. Solapur1.Ashwini Sahakari Rugnalaya.
16
19.
Orissa

20.
Punjab

21.
Rajasthan1. Mountabu1. J.Watumull Global Hospital.
17

2. Ajmer1. Gheesibai Memorial Mittal Hospital.
18

3. Jodhpur1. Goyal Hospital & Research Centre.
19
22.
Tamil Nadu1. Tuticorin1. SUndaram Arulrhaj Hospital.
20

2. Madurai1. Meenakshi Mission Hospital.
21

3. Chennai1. K.J.Hospital.
22

4. Kanyakumari1. The Salvation Army Catherine Booth Hospital, Nagercoil.
23
23.
West Bengal

24.
Uttar Pradesh1. Agra1. Pushpanjali Hospital & Research Centre.
24
25.
Uttrakhand1. Dehradun1. Himalayan Insitute Hospital Trust.
25

Inter Cadre Transfer of All India Service Officers to third cadre on the ground of marriage Clarification in Policy – regarding.

No. 13017/8/2011-AIS-I
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
*******

New Delhi, North Block,
Date 25th March, 2013

To
    The Chief Secretary
    All states /UTS

Sub:    Inter Cadre Transfer of All India Service Officers to third cadre on the ground of marriage Clarification in Policy – regarding.

Sir,
    I am directed to refer to this Department’s Circular No. 13017/347/2011-AIS-I dated 22.8.2012 on the subject cited above and to say that the subject matter has been further considered by the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) and the following clarification on ‘deficit cadres’ in respect of policy on inter-cadre transfers on grounds of marriage has been approved:

“A deficit cadre is one where there is a maximum percentage of shortfall of direct recruit officers vis-à-vis the direct recruit cadre strength. Shortfall maybe computed on the basis of Civil List of AIS prevailing at the time of the application for Inter-Cadre Transfer. In case of continued refusal by the cadres on which they are borne the officers would be considered for transfer to a third cadre and for this purpose Central Government will first identify three cadres, which have maximum deficit of direct recruit officers as a percentage of all the DR officers sanctioned post and then give a choice to the couple seeking transfer to a third cadre to choose one of those cadres. Thereafter, the concurrence of the concerned cadre would be taken before the couple is transferred to third cadre.”

2.    The ACC has further directed that-

(i)    All pending cases of inter-cadre transfer of officers to third cadre, on the grounds of marriage may be processed accordingly; and
(ii)    In pending cases where both the cadres on which the two officers are borne have refused to accept the officers, a fresh attempt may be made to obtain the consent of the two cadres.

Yours faithfully,

(S.S. Shukla)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Tel: 23092695

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Recruitment to the four posts of Junior Hindi Translator on ad-hoc basis against short term vacancy in the Department of Personnel & Training

No.E-13011/1/2013-Ad.IV
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, PG and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)

North Block, New Delhi.d
Dated 20th March, 2013.


OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Recruitment to the four posts of Junior Hindi Translator on ad-hoc basis against short term vacancy in the Department of Personnel & Training -

    The undersigned is directed to say that four posts of Junior Hindi Translator in the pay structure of PB-2(Rs.9300-34800/-) and Grade Pay of Rs.4200/- are required to be filled up on ad-hoc basis in the Department of Personnel and Training from amongst CSSS/CSCS staff of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions till such time the regular candidates to be nominated by the Department of Official Language become available. The eligibility conditions and experience required for the post are mentioned in Annexure-I. Pay of the selected person will be regulated in accordance with the Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure)’s Orders in force from time to time.

2.    Selected persons shall be appointed purely on ad-hoc basis and they shall have no claim/ right for their absorption to the post of Junior Hindi Translator in the Central Secretariat Official Language Service (Group ‘B’). Officers who volunteer for the posts will not be allowed to withdraw their name later on. Applications which are not accompanied by the Bio Data in the prescribed form at Annexure-II will not be considered. If felt necessary, a proficiency test may be conducted for assessing suitability of applicants for appointment to the posts of Junior Hindi Translator.

3.    All Sections/ Divisions under Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions are, therefore, requested to circulate the post amongst their staff and applications of those Officials who are eligible and who can be spared immediately may be forwarded along with their up to date CR Dossier and Vigilance clearance to this Ministry within 15 days of issue of this circular. The applications received without CR Dossier or after due date or without the countersignature of the Controlling Officer of the Candidate (i.e. without verifying the particular of the candidates mentioned in the application form), will not be considered.

(Priya Mahadevan)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India
Tel.No.23092982

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Revision of Tatkal Charges for Train Journeys to be Effective From 1stApril 2013 Onwards

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Railways

26-March-2013

Revision of Tatkal Charges for Train Journeys to be Effective From 1stApril 2013 Onwards


            As per announcement made in the Railway Budget 2013-14, it has been decided by the Ministry of Railways to revise Tatkal charges.  These charges will be applicable for journey starting from 01.04.2013 onwards. Now, the Tatkal charges will be realized @ 10% of basic far for reserved Second (2S) class and 30% of basic fare for all other classes subject to minimum and maximum as given below:-


Class to TravelMinimum Tatkal Charges (in Rs.)Maximum Tatkal
Charges (in Rs.)
Reserved Second Sitting (2S)1015
Sleeper90175
AC Chair Car100200
AC-3 tier250350
AC-2 tier300400
Executive300400

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Recommendation of Department Relates Parliamentary Standing Committee on Compassionate Appointment

No.41013/1/2013-Estt. (D)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)

North Block,
New Delhi
Dated: the 25th March, 2013


OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Recommendation    of    Department    Relates Parliamentary    Standing    Committee    on Compassionate Appointment — reg.

The undersigned is directed to refer to para 9.3 of the 23rd Report on Government Policy on Compassionate Ground given by Department Related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Personnel, Public Grievances, Law and Justice, Rajya Sabha. The Committee inter-alia recommended as under:

The guidelines/circulars issued by the Government must be complied with and a feedback must be obtained from each of the administrative Ministries so that a cross check can be in place to see that the instructions issued are followed properly.

The role of the administrative Ministries under which the particular PSU comes become all the more important and it should pass on each and every instruction issued by the Government of India to the PSUs and receive the confirmation from them and send the feedback to the Government of India.

A yearly report must be sent to the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions (Department of Personnel and Training) by the administrative Ministries to ensure whether the instructions issued by the Government are complied with and the Ministry of Personnel must also call for a report on the issue per annum.

2.    The Department of Public Enterprises vide their letter no.
2(63)07-DPE(GM) dated 11th March 2008 informed the Committee that Vittal Committee has reviewed the guidelines issued by them in the matter of compassionate appointment. CPSEs were given autonomy to frame their own guideline on compassionate appointment keeping in view their operational/business requirements. The Department of Financial Services informed that the scheme formulated and circulated by the Indian Banks’ Association to all the public sector banks, ensures the uniform application of the appointment on compassionate grounds or ex¬gratia in lieu thereof.

3. All the administrative Ministries/Department are requested to furnish an annual report in the enclosed proforma latest by 30th April of every year, indicating the status of implementation of government instructions on compassionate appointment as on 31st March of that year. Initially separate reports for three years covering the period from 01.04.2010 to 31.03.2011, 01.04.2011 to 31.03.2012 and 01.04.2012 to 31.03.2013 should be sent. Thereafter, an annual report covering the period from 1st April of the preceding year to 31st March of the current years be sent. While forwarding the report, the status of compassionate appointment in public sector units/banks/Insurance companies, autonomous bodies etc. may be indicated.

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