Sunday, August 25, 2013

Useful website links of Central Government Undertaking Organisations

Useful website links of Central Government Undertaking Organisations

Here is the consolidated list of website links containing most of the Ministries, Departments and other agencies undertaked by the Government of India.

For the easy convinience of our users, the sectors are arranged in Alphabetical order in order to get the relevant source of information.

The contentful important information and links of Central Government Employees news are available in our website with latest updates and news will be brought to you at once on the happenings...


Air India

Airports Authority of India

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)

All India Soil and Land Use Survey Organisation

Antrix Corporation

Aquaculture Authority of India

Archaeological Survey of India

Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India

Atomic Energy Regulatory Board


Balmer Lawrie and Company Limited

Bengal Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Limited (BPCL)

Bharat Dynamics Ltd.

Bharat Earth Movers Ltd.

Bharat Electronics Ltd

Bharat Refractories Limited (BRL)

Bharat Petroleum Corporation

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.

Bharat Heavy Plate and Vessels Ltd.

Bharatiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam

Biecco Lawrie Limited

Biotech Consortium India

Bird Group of Companies

Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR)

Board of Radiation and Isotope Technology

Border Road Organisation

Botanical Survey of India

Bramhaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited (BVFCL)

Broadcasting Engineering Consultants India

Building Materials and Technology Promotion Council

Bureau of Civil Aviation Security

Bureau of Energy Efficiency

Bureau of Immigration

Bureau of Indian Standards

Bureau of Police Research and Development


Cement Corporation of India

Central Adoption Resource Agency

Central Board of Excise and Customs

Central Board of Film Certification

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)

Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)

Central Bureau of Narcotics

Central Coalfields

Central Cottage Industries Corporation (CCIC)

Central Council for Research in Unani Medicine (CCRUM)

Central Counselling Board (Entrance Examination)

Central Economic Intelligence Bureau

Central Electricity Authority

Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organisation

Central Ground Water Board

Central Industrial Security Force

Central Inland Water Transport Corporation Limited

Central Mine Planning and Design Institute Limited (CMPDI)

Central Insecticides Board and Registration Committee

Central Passport Organisation

Central Pollution Control Board

Central Reserve Police Force

Central Soil and Materials Research Station (CSMRS)

Central Social Welfare Board

Central Warehousing Corporation

Central Wakf Council

Central Water and Power Research Station (CWPRS)

Central Water Commission (CWC)

Central Zoo Authority

Centre for Cultural Resource and Training

Centre for Development of Advanced Computing

Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics

Centre for Electronics Design and Technology of India

Centre for Liquid Crystal Research (CLCR)

Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET)

Centre for Wind Energy Technology (C-MET)

Chennai Petroleum Corporation

Children`s Film Society

Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (tenders)

Coal India Limited

Cochin (Kochi) Refineries Ltd.

Cochin Shipyard

Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices

Commission for Scientific and TechnicalTerminology

Computer Maintenance Corporation (CMC)

Container Corporation of India

Cotton Corporation Of India Ltd. (CCI)

Council for Advancement of People's Action and Rural Technology (CAPART)

Council of Architechture

Council for Indian School Certificate Examination

Council of Scientific and Industrial Research


Damodar Valley Corporation

Dredging Corporation of India

DOEACC Society


Educational Consultants India Limited (ECIL)

Electronic Corporation of India

Employees Provident Fund Organisation

Employees' State Insurance Corporation

Engineering Projects (India) Ltd.

Engineers India Ltd.

Eastern Coalfields Ltd.

Expenditure Reforms Commission

Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India

ERNET India Society (Educational & Research Network)


FCI Aravali Gypsum and Minerals India Limited (FAGMIL)

Fertilizers and Chemicals Travancore Limited (FACT)

FACT Engineering and Design Organisation (FEDO)

Falta Export Processing Zone

Ferro Scrap Limited

Food and Nutrition Board

Fisheries Survey of India

Food Corporation of India

Forest Survey of India


Garden Reach Ship Builders & Engineers Ltd

Gas Authority of India limited (GAIL)

Geological Survey of India

Goa Shipyard Limited

Government Accounting Standards Advisory Board (GASAB)


Handicrafts and Handlooms Export Corporation (HHEC)

Heavy Engieering Corporation

Heavy Water Board

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)

Hindustan Antibiotics Limited (HAL)

Hindustan Copper Ltd.

Hindustan Insecticides Limited (HIL)

Hindustan Latex Limited (HLL)

Hindusthan Newsprint Limited

Hindustan Organic Chemicals

Hindustan Paper Corporation

Hindusthan Petroleum Corporation

Hindusthan Photo Films Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

Hindustan Prefab Limited

Hindustan Salts Limited

Hindustan Shipyard Limited

Hindusthan Zinc Limited

HMT Limited

Hospital Services Consultancy Corporation

Hooghly Dock and Port Engineers Limited (HDPEL)

Housing and Urban Development Corporation(HUDCO)

HTL Ltd.


IBP Co. Ltd.

India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC)

India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO)

Indian Airlines (IA)

Indian Bureau of Mines

Indian Council of Cultural Relations

Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education

Indian Defence Service Of Engineers (IDSE)

Indian Hockey Federation

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade

Indian Institute of Forest Management

Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management

Indian Iron and Steel Company

Indian Investment Centre (IIC)

Indian National Centre for Ocean and Information

Indian Oil Corporation (IOC)

Indian Oil Technologies Limited

Indian Ordnance Factories Board

Indian Rare Earths Limited (IRE)

Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA)

Indian Telephone Industries

Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)

Indo Tibetan Border Police

Inland Waterways Authority of India

Instrumentation Limited, Palakkad

Instrumentation Limited, Kota

Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority

International Center for Alternate Dispute Resolution

IRCON International


Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC)

Kendriya Vidhyalaya Sangathan

Kochi Refineries Limited

Koldam Hydro Power Project, NTPC

Konkan Railway Corporation (KRC)

Kudremukh Iron Ore company


Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration

Lakshadweep Development Corporation

Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC)

LIC Housing Finance Ltd.


Madras Export Processing Zone

Madras Fertilizers Ltd.

Mahanadi Coalfields Limited

Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd.(MTNL)

Manganese Ore (India) Limited (MOIL)

Mazagon Dock Limited

Maruthi Udyog Ltd.

MECON Limited

Medical Council of India

Military Engineering Services

Mishra Dhatu Nigam (Midhani)

Mineral Exploration Corporation

Minerals and Metals Trading Corporation Limited (MMTC)

MSTC Limited

MMTC Limited


Narmada Control Authority

National Accreditation Board(AICTE)

National Afforestation and Eco-Development Board

National Agricultural Technology Project

National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO)

National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO)

National Archives of India

National Balbhavan

National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development (NABARD)

National Board of Examinations

National Book Trust of India

National Buildings Construction Corporation

National Bureau of Animal Genetic Resources

National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources

National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use Planning

National Cadet Corps

National Capital Region Planning Board

National Clean Development Mechanism Authority

National Centre for Antartic and Ocean Research

National Centre for Jute Diversification

National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF)

National Civil Defence CollegeNational Cooperative Development Corporation

National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)

National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology

National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language

National Council for Teacher Education

National Council of Science Museums

National Credit Fund for Women

National Culture Fund (NCF)

National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA)

National Fertilizers Limited

National Film Development Corporation (NFDC)

National Gallery of Modern Art

National Handloom Development Corporation Limited (NHDC)

National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC)

National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)

National Horticulture Mission

National Informatics Centre Services Incorporated (NICSI)

National Insurance Company

National Internet eXchange of India (NIXI)

National Investigation Agency (NIA)

National Lierarcy Mission

National Mineral Development Corporation

National Minorities Development and Finance Corporation (NMDFC)

National Museum, New Delhi

National Numbering Organisation

National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA)

National Police Academy

National Productivity Council

National Projects Construction Corporation Limited (NPCC)

National Remote Sensing Agency

National Research Development Corporation (NRDC)

National Resource Centre for Women

National Safai Karamcharis Finance and Development Corporation (NSKFDC)

National SC Finance and Development Corporation

National Scheduled Tribes Finance and Development Corporation (NSTFDC)

National Seeds Corporation limited

National Small Industries Corporation Limited (NSIC)

National Test House

National Textile Corporation Ltd.(NTC)

National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)

National Water Development Agency (NWDA)

Navodaya Vidhyalaya Samithi

Neyveli Lignote Corporation

North Eastern Council

North Eastern Electric Power Corporation

Northern Coalfields Limited

Nuclear Fuel Complex

Nuclear Power Corporation of India


Oil and Natural Gas Corporation(ONGC)

ONGC Videsh Ltd.

Oil India Limited

Ordnance Clothing Factory

Ordnance Factory Board

Overseas Construction Council of India


Paradeep Phosphate Limited

Pawan Hans Helicopters Ltd. (PHHL)

Patent Facilitating Centre

Patent Info Search

Pharmacy Council of India

Power Finance Corporation

Powergrid Corporation of India

Power Trading Corporation of India

Praga Tools Limited

Projects and Development India Limited (PDIL)

Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers' Rights Authority

Public Enterprises Selection Board

Pyrites, Phosphates and Chemicals Limited (PPCL)


Rail India Technical and Economic Services (RITES)

RailTel Corporation of India Limited

Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited

Rastriya Sanskrit Samsthan

Registrar of Newspapers of India

Rehabilitation Council of India

Rehabilitation Plantations

Research, Designs and Standards Organisation

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) (See Banks)

Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd.


Sardar Sarovar Construction Advisory Committee

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan

Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam

Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)

Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India

Semiconductor Complex Ltd. (Dept. of Space)

Sethusamudram Corporation Limited

Shipping Corporation of India

Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL)

Software Technology Parks of India(STPI)

South Eastern Coalfields Limited

South Zone Cultural Centre

Sponge Iron India Limited

State Farms Corporation of India Limited (SFCI)

State Trading Corporation

Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL)


Technology Development Board

Technology Information, Forecasting & Assessment Council (TIFAC)

Tehri Hydro Development Corporation

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India

Telecommunication Consultants India

Telecommunication Engineering Centre


Uranium Corporation of India

University Grants Commission (UGC)


Vigyan Prasar

Vizag Steel Plant


Water and Power Consultancy Services

Watchout Investors

Western Coalfields Limited

Western Regional Power Committee


Zoological Survey of India
Prasar Bharathi Corporation

(Broadcasting Corporation of India)
All India Radio


National Portal

India Development Gateway


Posting of husband and wife at the same station

Posting of husband and wife at the same station.

Concerning the posting at the same place of husband and wife who are working in Government service, the transfer issues have been raised in Parliament on several occasions. In 1980s these demands began to show its seriousness, because the percentage of women employees were increased in joining the Government services. The Central Government also observed this issue from various forums, a circular had been issued by the Department of Social Welfare in Feb 1976 to all Head of Departments to give serious consideration to the requests of posting of husband and wife at the same station. In order to that order, lot of women employees started to send their request to transfer at the place where their husbands are posted.

The Central Government gave its utmost importance to this issue and as far as possible and within the constraints of adminstrative feasibility, the husband and wife should be posted at the same station to enable them to lead a normal family life and to ensure the education and welfare of thier children. The Department of Personnel and Training issued an OM on 3.4.86, in accordance with the guidelines and instructions in the order given by the Government, all cadre controlling authorities should consider such requests with the utmost sympathy.

The Department of Personnel and Training issued various office memorandums regarding this matter from time to time. The motive of the Government on the petitioners, said in the orders repeatedly, to give utmost importance attached to the enhancement of women’s status in all walks of life and to enable them to lead a normal family life as also to ensure the education and welfare of the children.

Till recently, the persmin has issued total of six orders pertaining the above subject on its website. After implementation of the 6th CPC, the last order has been issued on 30.09.2009. The order said that “On the basis of the 6th CPC reprot, Government servants have already been allowed the facility of Child Care Leave which is admissible till the children attain 18 years of age”. The consolidated guidelines concerened this subject has been provided in the OM dated 12.06.1997. The consolidated guidelines has been amended and published in the last order after implementation of 6th CPC.

In the main guidelines, ”The husband & wife, if working in the same Department and if the required level of post is available, should invariably be posted together in order to enable them to lead a normal family life and look after the welfare of their children especially till the children attain 18 years of age. This will not apply on appointment under the central Staffing Scheme. Where only wife is a Govt. servant, the above concessions would be applicable to the Govt. servant. Complaints are sometimes received that even if posts are available in the station of posting of the spouse, the administrative authorities do not accommodate the employees citing administrative reasons. In all such cases, the cadre controlling authority should strive to post the employee at the station of the spouse and in case of inability to do so, specific reasons, therefor, may be communicated to the employee”.

We have made a table of orders for your kind consideration:
S.No.O.M. No.O.M. DateSubjectLink
1.No. 28034/7/86-Estt. (A)03/04/1986Posting of husband and wife at the same station.Click here
2.No. A-B 14017/41/90-Estt. (RR)10/05/1990Posting of Physically Handicapped Candidates. Click here
3.No. AB 14017/41/90- Estt. (RR)15/02/1991Posting of Government employees who have mentally retarded children.Click here
4.No. 28034/2/97-Estt. (A)12/06/1997Posting of husband and wife at the same station.Click here
5.No.14017/16/2002-Estt(RR)13/03/2002Posting of physically handicapped candidates Click here
6.No. 28034/9/2009-Estt.(A)30/09/2009Posting of husband and wife at the same stationClick here

The affected employees feel that although the all guidelines for implementing the facility issued by the Government, the Head of Departments are not feasible to make it clear to stricken employees.


Ex-servicemen show up demands at HPCC assemble

Ex-servicemen show up demands at HPCC assemble

 The members of the ex-servicemen cell of Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee (HPCC) dwelled upon the problems being faced by them in their day-to-day lives at a meeting held at Bhiwani, a release said on Saturday.

The meeting was attended by several ex-servicemen. The participants bemoaned that their long-pending demand for one rank one pension part was still unsolved, the release said.

Some ex-servicemen from remote rural interiors sought a mobile canteen to visit their areas while others sought supply of medicines and exemption of toll tax on their vehicles even there was also a notification of National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) in this context.

Several ex-servicemen highlighted their demand that those retiring at young age should be adjusted in the para-military forces.

Maj Nirpender Singh Sangwan, chairman of the ex-servicemen cell, said he would take up all these demands the state chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

Former legislator Sangwan said Hooda had uplifted the living conditions of ex-servicemen after the Congress government came to power in 2005.

He said local MP Shruti Chondhary looked into the problems faced by ex-servicemen of the district on a regular basis.


NFIR's meeting with Railway Board on 23.8.2013 - Discussion points are updated on the official website of NFIR

NFIR's meeting with Railway Board on 23.8.2013 - Discussion points are updated on the official website of NFIR

National Federation of Indian Railwaymen


In response to the NFIR’s letter No.IV/MR/CORRES/2013 dated 28th June, 2013 given to Hon’hle Minister of Railways, over non-settlement of demands of Railway Employees (in spite of discussions, meetings etc..) compelling NFIR to take strike ballot for deciding indefinite strike on Railways, the Railway Ministry invited NFIR for meeting on the issues raised. Accordingly, a meeting was held at Rail Bhavan, New Delhi on 23/08 2013 between Railway Board and the NFIR wherein following have participated:

Official Side
1. Shri Arunendra Kumar CRB
2. Shri M. Raghavaiah General Secretary
3. Shri R.P. Bhatnagar, Wkg. President

1. Shri Guman Singh. President
2. Shri S.K. Jain MS/ME
3. Shri R. Kashyap F.C.
4. Shri Suresh Kumar Seth A.M./Staff
5. Smt. Saroj Rajware Advisor/Finance
6. Smt. Ragini Yechury E.D./IR

At the outset, the CRB welcomed the delegation of NFIR and expressed hope that the staff issues shall be discussed and finalised satisfactorily.

Responding to CRB’s address, Shri M. Raghavaiah, General Secretary NFIR, explained the circumstances which have forced the Federation to take decision for industrial action duly holding strike ballot and said that procrastination of matters by the Government of India and more particularly the Railway Ministry is the main reason for the Federation for taking such an action. He, however, felt concern over the negative attitude adopted by the Railway Board on the issues concerning railway employees.

The General Secretary further mentioned that the agreements reached with the Federation have not been implemented even after years and cited the issue of upgradation of Apex level Group ‘C’ posts to Group ‘B' Gazetted (NFIRs PNM item No. 36/1998 and DC/JCM item No.16/2009), agreed to, in the year 2006 but has not been implemented by the Railway Board so far. This is causing serious resentment among Senior Supervisors working on the Indian Railway.

Shri Raghavaiah further said that though the Cadre Restructuring Agreements have been signed lone ago, formal orders have not been issued by the Railway Board. Delayed action on the part of Railway Board is causing frustration among Railway employees.

The General Secretary NFIR drew attention of the Railway Board over the announcements made by the the former Railway Minister on 01/02/2013 at 3, Chelmsford Road, New Delhi, where Member Staff was also present, no action has been taken by the Railway Board to fulfill the announcements even alter 6 months period.

The issue of revision of rates of incentive to the staff of Rail Wheel Factory, Yehlanka, was also mentioned by the General Secretary NFIR. The General Secretary said that the issue was discussed by NFIR in the PNM meeting under item No.11/2011 although agreed, but however orders have not been issued.

Shri Raghavaiah, also cited briefly issues discussed and proposals sent by Railway Ministry to Finance Ministry as listed below and urged fur approaching MoF for clearance as these are pending since the last 3 years.

  •     Entry Grade Pay of Rs. 4200/- to Station Master.,
  •     Replacement of Grade Pay of Rs. 4600/- with Rs. 4800/-
  •     Issues pertaining to Running Staff relating to allotment of higher Grade Pay to loco Pilots (Mail / Express) and reckoning additional allowances as pay for all purposes.
  •     Merger of Technician Grade-II with Technician Grade-I

The General Secretary NFIR while drawing attention of the Railway Board to the Charter of Demands (containing 36 demands) as submitted to Hon'ble MR requested the CRB that more meetings at the level of Railway Board are needed to address the demands raised by the Federation.

The following issues were discussed at length in the meeting, Outcome of the discussions is also shown against each item :-

1. Non - implementation of the agreement related to upgradation of apex level Group 'C’ posts to Group ‘B’ Gazetted - NFIR PNM Item No. 36/1998 & DC/JCM Item No. 16/2009.
MS stated that the issue is at the final stage. He apprised that 3335 posts of Group 'C’ Grade Pay Rs.4600 will be upgraded to Group 'B’ posts. These posts are proposed to be filled on the basis of seniority. However approval of Ministry of Finance will be required (stated by MS & AM/Staff).

NFIR explained the resentment among Senior Supervisory staff and urged for issuing orders without further delay. The Board have assured to finalize soon.

2. Cadre Restructuring Orders not issued yet although CRC in its meetings have unanimously decided for revision of percentages and grant of upgradation.

It was explained by the Railway Board that the recommendations of Cadre Restructuring Committee have been considered by the Board and orders will be issued after MR’s approval. NFIR stressed that efforts may be made to get the orders issued before next month. It was agreed to speed up for quick decision.

3. The benefit of fixation of Pay in erstwhile FR 22  in case of Promotion from same Grade Pay shouldering higher responsibilities has not been granted yet inspite of Government's decision (NFIR PNM Item No. 35/2006 & DC/JCM Item No. 14/2007).

Pursuant to the demand raised by NFIR at the level of Railway Board under item No.35/2006 (PNM) & 14/2007 (DC/JCM), it was advised by the Railway Board that clearance from the Ministry of Finance has been obtained in respect of promotion of staff from same Grade Pay to same Grade Pay shouldering higher responsibilities on or after 01.01.2006 for the category of Loco Pilots and Guards in addition to approval already secured for promotion of Senior Technician to JE, MCM to JE.Sr. P.Way Supervisor to JE, Matron to ANO, for giving benefit of fixation of pay under Rule S 1313 (I) (A) (I) (erstwhile FR 22C) to the staff of above categories. Formal orders are likely to be issued any time next week.

After discussion, CRB has also agreed to re-examine the issue in the light of Codal provisions well as MoF’s orders already available, to extend the benefits of fixation of Pay under FR 22 C in case of promotion in the same Grade Pay having higher duties and responsibilities without approaching Ministry of Finance (MoF).

4. Absorption of Staff of Quasi-Administrative units against erstwhile Group ‘D’ posts
in Railways (NFIR's DC/JCM Item No. 27/2006).

After discussions, it was decided to have separate meeting at the level of Member Staff for finding way to arrive at  a decision benefitting Quasi administrative staff.

5. Grant of parity in the Pay Structure of Stenographers at PAR with Stenographers of RBSS/CCS (NFIR’s DC/JCM Item No. 11/2011).

NFIR emphasised to implement the Recommendations of VI Central Pay Commission for granting parity. However the issue will be re-examined in the light of commitment of Railway Board and the note of ED (N).

Member Staff, however, offered Officer based Pay Structure and Grade Pay for the Stenographers on Zonal Railways. Production Units etc for which Federation will respond after consulting the staff.

6. Running Staff issues pending in the fora of PNM & DC/JCM meetings.

A separate meeting with the Member Staff will be convened shortly.

7. Office accommodation and other facilities to NFIR on four Zonal Railways Plus Metro Railways (At Divisional and Zonal Head Quarters).

CRB desired to formulate a policy to deal with such situations. Railway Board will send proposal to the Federations for their views to facilitate framing policy.

8. NFIR stressed in the meeting to pend implementation of Railway Board’s order dated 13/12/2012, in which causing withdrawal of financial benefit already granted to Running Staff & others under MACPS.
CRB & MS have agreed to review the decision for mitigating hardships to employees.
General Secretary/NFIR

Source : NFIR

Health scheme for railway employees

Health scheme for railway employees

ANSWERED ON-23.08.2013

Health scheme for railway employees

(a) whether Government has conducted a pilot project under the Railway Employees Liberalised Health Scheme on the line of the CGHS;
(b) whether Government seeks to replace this with a more broad-based Scheme;
(c) the likely time-frame within which the Medical Directorate of the Railway Board seeks to implement this Scheme; and
(d) whether Government presently has any system in place to provide medical benefits to railway employees since the pilot project ended in 2011 and the new broad based Scheme is yet to come into effect and if so, the details thereof?


(a) to (d): A Statement is laid on the Table of the House.


(a) to (c): Yes, Sir. A pilot project for providing cashless medical facility in an emergency for Retired Employees Liberalized Health Scheme (RELHS) card holders, in private recognized hospitals over National Capital Region was introduced by Northern Railway in 2008. The scheme was subsequently extended upto August 2011.

Based on experience gained during the pilot project, Ministry of Railways has decided to extend this scheme to RELHS beneficiaries in all Metros, State Capitals and Zonal Headquarters of Indian Railways. Zonal Railways have been instructed to implement the scheme. Depending upon the different local conditions and spread of retired employees over different Zones, all the beneficiaries are likely to be covered in two to three years. Further, extending the treatment facility in case of medical emergency to RELHS beneficiaries to all cities where hospitals are empanelled either with Central Government Health Scheme or with Railways, has been proposed in the Railway Budget 2013-14.

(d) : Yes, Sir. Railway employees both serving and retired and their eligible dependants are provided health care services through Railway hospitals and health units spread across the rail network of the country. In addition, Private Hospitals have been recognized on need basis.

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan: Performance and Region-wise result analysis

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan: Performance and Region-wise result analysis

(a) & (b) Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) are administered by an autnonomous organization namely Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS). The apex body for monitoring the performance of KVs in the country is the Board of Governors (BOG). The Hon’ble Minister of Human Resource Development (HRD), Government of India, is the Chairman of BOG which comprises of educationists, educational administrators, and Members of Parliament. Ministry of HRD is adequately represented in the BOG. For effective management of monitoring, the BOG is supported by four standing committees headed by Additional Secretary in the Ministry of Human Resource Development viz. Academic Advisory Committee, Finance Committee, Administration & Establishment Committee and Works Committee.Through its Annual Report, KVS apprises its performance as well as its other important achievement / activities of the whole year to the BOG. The performance of KVs during the last three years, region-wise, is given in Annexure-I.

(c) & (d) The performance of teachers is assessed as reflected in the academic performance, which is reviewed from time to time by the BOG and Academic Advisory Committee. Apart from this the performance is regularly monitored by in-house mechanism of KVS. Activities in schools are regularly monitored and supervised by the Principal concerned. Further, performance of KVs is monitored through a system of Academic Supervision and surprise inspection of schools by respective Regional Offices of KVS. At least two inspections viz. one annual academic supervision and one surprise inspection is carried out by the Deputy Commissioner / Assistant Commissioner of the Regional Offices in respect of each KV of that region. Besides, Senior Officers of KVS (HQ) also visit the KVs from time to time on need basis.

(e) The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced various innovations for all the CBSE affiliated schools to improve the quality of education. In KVS the quality of education is maintained and monitored through a continuous and rigorous system of Academic inspection of schools by its respective Regional Offices. Moreover, teachers are trained through 21/22 days In-Service course periodically besides small duration workshops by five Zonal Institutes of Educational Training in collaboration with 25 Regional Offices of KVS.


FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS i.e. 2010 TO 2013  

  Class - XClass - XII

The information was sbumitted by Min of HRD in reply of undermentioned Lok Sabha Question:-

ANSWERED ON 14.08.2013


Will the Minister of HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state:-

(a) whether the Government/CBSE monitors the performance of Kendriya Vidyalayas in the country;

(b) if so, the details thereof including the performance of Kendriya Vidyalayas registered during the last three years and the current year, region-wise;

(c) whether the Government has any mechanism to assess the performance of the teachers in these Vidyalayas;

(d) if so, the details thereof; and

(e) the measures taken/being taken by the Government/CBSE to ensure quality education in these Vidyalayas?



(a) to (e) : A statement is laid on the Table of the House.


** see above ***

Source: Lok Sabha

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