Monday, March 17, 2014

Com. Shiva Gopal Mishra GS AIRF, Unanimously elected as Secretary of Staff Sid, National Council (JCM)

JCM: Com. Shiva Gopal Mishra GS AIRF, Unanimously elected as Secretary of Staff Sid, National Council

Com. Shiva Gopal Mishra, General Secretary, AIRF (All India Railway Federation) heartfully supported the GDS to include in 7th CPC and caused to include the item in the Terms of Reference proposed for 7th CPC and submitted to the Govt. from Staff Side JCM. After the Govt. announced the ToR without considering the proposals of JCM, again this Leader wrote to Govt. to honour the Terms of Reference proposed by the JCM (staffside).

Our Postal Federation's Secretaries General, Com.M.Krishnan,  Sri D.Theagarajan were already nominated as Members of National Council, JCM.

We hopefully awaiting for the best,  the inclusion of GDS in the ambit of 7th CPC will be taken place, despite the malicious agreement made by the so called recognized GDS union's leader with  the DoP.


PRESS RELEASE
New Delhi: 13th March, 2014

The Staff Side of the National Council (Joint Consultative Machinery), in its meeting held on 11th March, 2014 to condoled the sad demise of Late Shri Umraomal Purohit, Secretary, Staff(NC/JCM), had unanimously elected Shri Shiva Gopal Mishra, General Secretary, All India Railwaymen’s Federation, as Secretary, Staff Side, National Council (JCM).

This post was vacant due to sad demise of Com. Umraomal Purohit on 27th February, 2014, who held this post for more than three and half decades.

The JCM is an umbrella organisation for about thirty six lakh Central Government employees working in different departments, such as Indian Railways, Defense (Civilian), Postal, Cabinet Secretariat, Income Tax etc.

Grant of Qualification Pay to Nursing Staff - BPMS

Grant of Qualification Pay to Nursing Staff - BPMS

 No.52(2)/2012-D(Estt./NG)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Department of Defence Production
D(Estt./NG)
New Delhi, the 24th February, 2014
To
The DGOF & Chairman,
Ordnance Factory Board,
10A, S.K.Bose Road,
Kolkata - 700 001

Sub. :  Grant of Qualification Pay to Nursing Staff.

Sir,
The matter regarding grant of Qualification Pay to eligible Nursing Staff as laid down vide M of H & FW OM No. 11017/4/2008. N dated 15.01.2010 has been under examination at M of  D for some time. It has been decided that eligible Nursing Staff will be granted Qualification Pay as indicaded below :-

2. (a) One increment to the Nursing Staff holding any of the following post Certificate Diploma of 10 months duration or any other 10 months Diploma Course designed and approved by the Indian Nursing Council form time to time.

    (i)  Diploma in Nursing Deucation and Nursing administration;
    (ii) Diploma in Psychiatric Nursing;
    (iii) Diploma in Pediatric Nursing;
    (iv) Diploma in Public Health Nursing

(b)  Two increments to the Nursing Staff possessing any of the following qualification :-

(i)   B. Sc.  (Hons.)/B. Sc./Post Basic B. Sc./Post Certificate B. Sc.  In Nursing;
(ii)  Post Graduate Degree in Nursing i.e.,  M. Sc. (Nursing).

3.   Only one/two additional non-absorbable increments are admissible to a Nurse ina particular grade where possession of such qualifications is not required as per Recruitment Rules.

4.  The grant of aforesaid increments is subject to the condition that the concerned Nursing Staff is not required to possess the qualification, for which the incfement is claimed, as a condition of employment and higher initial pay.

5.  The increment to be granted will be 3% of the current basic pay of the Nursing
Staff concerned.

6.  This issues with the concurrence of the Integrated Finance Devision of Ministry of efence vide no.  741/IF/DP.I dated 21.02.2014.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Biswajit Sarkar)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

Increase in Industrial Dearness Allowance for PSU Employees

Increase in Industrial Dearness Allowance for PSU Employees

Industrial Dearness Allowance (IDA) for employees of various Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) is revised regularly on a quarterly basis, based on the All India Consumer Price Index (AICPI) data published by the Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour & Employment. The latest orders on the IDA, due with effect from 01.01.2014, for employees drawing pay in 1987, 1992, 1997 and 2007 scales of pay were issued separately, on 07.01.2014.

As per the above orders, the rates of DA were revised to 90.5 % & 221.7 % of pay for employees of CPSEs drawing pay in 2007 and 1997 scales of pay, respectively. The Quantum of DA payable to employees of CPSEs drawing 1992 scales of pay are as follows:

Basic PayDA Rates
Upto Rs.3500399.9% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. 8790/-
Above Rs.3500 and upto Rs.6500299.9% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. 13997/-
Above Rs.6500 and upto Rs.9500239.9% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. 19494/-
Above Rs 9500199.9% of pay subject to a minimum of Rs. 22791/-
For employees of CPSEs drawing 1987 scales of pay, the Quantum of DA was enhanced by Rs. 290/-.

Above statement was given by Min of Heavy Industries and PE in reply of undermentioned Lok Sabha Question:-

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES
LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 3605
ANSWERED ON 13.02.2014
  
INCREASE IN ALLOWANCE FOR PSU EMPLOYEES

3605 . Dr. BALI RAM

Will the Minister of HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES be pleased to state:-

(a) whether the Industrial Dearness Allowance of the employees/officers working in various Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) has been enhanced;

(b) if so, the details thereof; and

(c) the time by which the said proposal is likely to be finalised?


ANSWER
THE MINISTER OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES (SHRI PRAFUL PATEL)

(a) to (c): ** as above **
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PCDA clarification on revising Family Pension in respect of PBORs

PCDA clarification on revising Family Pension in respect of PBORs

OFFICE OF THE PR. CONTROLLER OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS (PENSIONS)
DRAUPADI GHAT, ALLAHABAD- 211014
MOST IMPORTANT CIRCULAR
Circular No. 525
Dated: 24.02.2014
Subject: Implementation of the Govt. decision on the recommendations of Committee on the issue related to Defence Service personnel and Ex-Servicemen —For pre-2006 commissioned Officers.

Reference:-This office circular No. 494 dated 19th March 2013 and Circular No. 503 dated 17th January 2013.

PDAs are aware that as per this office circulars cited under reference, Family pension in respect of PBORs will be revised by PDAs as per tables attached with above cited circulars. It has been observed that various PDAs feel difficulties while revising pension.

Clarifications on some of the major problems are given as under

(1) The Enhanced rate of OFP has been revised w.e.f 1.1.2006 in r/o pre-2006 family pensioner vide this office circular no 494 dated 19th march 2013. This rate of family pension is payable w.e.f 1.1.2006 to 23.09.2012 and thereafter according to this office circular no 503 dated 17 Jan 2013. The enhanced rate of OFP rate for the rank of Hony rank such as Hony Naik, TS Naik, Hony Havidar and Hony Nb sub is not given in this circular no 494 dated 19.03.2013. It is hereby clarified that since Hony. Rank of Naik, Havildar and Havildar holding Hony Rank of Nb Sub draw pay in pay scale of Sepoy, Naik and Havildar respectively, therefore, they are entitled for modified parity with reference to substantive rank held at the time of retirement / discharge / invalidment except for the Naik (TS) who draw Pay Scale of Naik and therefore entitlement for modified parity will refer to Naik Rank.

(2) A pensioner who had retired with the rank and granted ACP-I will be eligible for revision of pension of next higher rank, and, ACP-II will be eligible for revision of pension of next higher rank of ACP-I w.e.f. 24.09.2012 as per circular no. 501 .Therefore, PDAs are authorized to revise Ordinary Family Pension (Enhanced Rate and Normal Rate, Special Family Pension, Liberalized Family Pension) on the same analogy as applicable to the pensioners/ family pensioners of the Service Pension of the above mentioned category.

(3) Ordinary Family Pension (Enhanced Rate and Normal Rate) for NCs (E) is not given in circular no. 502. It is clarified that rate of OFF may be revised according to lowest rank and group.

(4) Revision of Family Pension of DSC: Ordinary /Special/ Liberalized Family Pension for NOK of DSC personnel are not provided in this office Circular no 502 and 503 dated 17.01.2013. The family pension of DSC personnel who are in receipt of family pension for DSC service only is to be revised on the same rates as given for family pensioner of Regular Army. DSC personnel on “clerical duty” and “other duty” are entitled for family pension of regular Army personnel of group “Y” and group “Z” respectively.

The facility of dual or two family pension to the families of Armed Forces Pensioners who get second re-employment in Civil departments after getting retired/discharged from military service and were in receipt of ordinary family pension as circulated vide this office circular No. 504 dated 17.01.2013 is also applicable to the DSC personnel and circulated vide this office circular no 513 dated 19.07.2013. Thus, issue of Corrigendum PPO by this office will regularize second family pension of the DSC personnel. Therefore, in such cases, PDAs should not revise the rates of second Family Pension as per rate applicable to regular Army personnel, but according to Corr PPO issued by this office.

(5) PDAs are already directed to revise the pension as per table appended to MOD letter enclosed after ascertaining the actual qualifying service subject to the maximum term of engagement for each rank as applicable from time to time. It is hereby clarified that the phrase “Term of engagement” implies “Maximum qualifying service for grant of service pension” at the time of retirement. Therefore, Service pension of the individual will be revised with reference to actual qualifying service subject to “Maximum qualifying service for grant of service pension” i.e. in no case Service pension of the individual will be revised for more than maximum qualifying service for grant of service pension, except those exception as provided in Appendix-X to this office circular No. 501 dated 17/01/2013.

(6) This circular has been uploaded on this office website www.pcdapension.nic.in for disseminating across the all concerned.

Please acknowledge receipt.

(A. K. Nigam)
ACDA (P)
No. Gts/Tech/0167/XVI
Dated: 24/02/2014

PCDA clarification on revising Family Pension in respect of PBORs

Source: http://pcdapension.nic.in/6cpc/Circular-525.pdf

List of Private Hospitals under CS(MA) Rules

List of Private Hospitals under CS(MA) Rules

List of Private Hospitals in India (Recognised under CS(MA) Rules, 1944) Central Government Employees and Pensioners belonging to Non-CGHS places are covered by Central Services Medical Attendance Rules 1944 as far as reimbursement of medical expenses Out-Patient and In-Patient treatment are concerned.

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has approved following private hospitals under CS(MA) Rules, for reimbursing package rates when Central Government Employees and Pensioners taking medical treatment in these hospitals...


No
Name of the State
Name of recognised Hospital and Address
1Andhra Pradesh 1. CITI, Cardiac Centre, Vijay Wada.
  2. Swatantra Hospital, Rajahmundary, A.P.
  3. Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad.
2Arunchal Pradesh 1. Ramkrishan Mission Hospital, New Itanagar.
3Assam 1. Welsh Mission Hospital, Shillong
  2. K&J Hills Presbyterian Hospital and Nazareth Hospital Shillong
4Bihar 1.  Sen Institute of Pathology, Patna (for LabTests.).
  2.  Tata Main Hosptial, Jamshedpur.
  3.  Kurji Holy Family Hospital, Patna.
  4.  Sindiri Fertilizer & Chemical Ltd. Hospital, Sindri.
  5.  St. Luke’s Hospital, Hiranpur, Bihar, Sindri.
  6.  Heavy Engneering Corporations Limited Hospital, Ranchi.
  7.  Asarfi Hospital Private Limited, Dhanbad (Jharkhand)
5Chandigarh (UT) 1. P.G.I. Chandigarh.2. Pay Clinics.
  2. Pay Clinics.
  3. Heart Care Centre, Manimajra,
  4. New Delhi diagnostic Centre, Chandigarh.
  5. Chandigarh Stone Clinic, Chandigarh.
  6. Chandigarh Clinical Laboratories Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh.
6Delhi (UT) 1. Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre, 1,Tuqhlakabad Industrial Area, M.B.Road, New Delhi.
  2. Escorts Hospital & Research Centre, Faridabad (Haryana).
  3.     Dr. Anand’s Ultrasound and C.T.Scan, F-24, Preet Vihar, Vikas Marg, Delhi-92
  4.     Anand Hospital, 21, Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi-92
  5.     Orthonove; 22-23, Local Shopping Complex, Madan Gir, New Delhi-62
  6.     Moolchand Khairati Ram Hospital, LajpatNagar-III.
  7.     Sarvodaya Medical Research Centre, GD-28, Pitam Pura, Delhi –34.
  8.     North Point Hospital Pvt. Ltd, 1-A, Jang Pura, New Delhi.
  9.     R.G.Store Urological Research Institute, F-7, East of Kailash, New Delhi-65.
  10. Kailash Hospital and Research Centre, H.33, Sector-27, Noida-201301 (UP).
  11. GMR, Institute of Imaging, Research Centre, 9508, Pusa Road, New Delhi.
  12. Medical Laboratory Services, E-67, Saket, New Delhi-17.
  13. South Delhi Ultrasound & X-ray Clinic, A-4, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-16.
  14. G.M.Modi Hospital & Research Centre, Mandir Marg, Saket, New Delhi.17
  15. Jaipur Golden Hospital, 2, Institutional Area, Rohini, New Delhi.85.
  16. Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Sarita Vishar, Delhi – Mathura Raod, New Delhi-44.
  17. Delhi C.T.and M.R.I.Centre, Anshlok Hospital, 25-A, Block A-B, Community Centre, Safdarjung Enclave (behind Kamal Cinema,) New Delhi-29.
  18. Dharmashila Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi-96.
  19. Dr. Handa X-ray & Diagnostic Centre, B-87, Defence Colony (Near Andrewa ganj Crossing), New Delhi –49.
  20. St. Stephens Hospital, Tis Hazari, Delhi. 54.
  21. Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre, Okhla, new Delhi.
  22. National Heart Institute & Research Centre, Sapna Commercial Complex, New Delhi-65
7Goa 1. Dr. P.Saudi’a Pvt. Laboratory, Panaji
8Gujarat 1. Kasturba Hospital, Bulsar2. The Jublee Hospital, Bhuj, Kandla Port.
  2. The Jublee Hospital, Bhuj, Kandla Port.
  3. Tata Chemical Hospital, Nithpur.
  4. Bankers Heart Institute, Vadodara
  5. Baroda Heart Institute & Research Centre, Vadodara.
9Haryana 1.      Badshah Khan Hospital, Faridabad.2.      Gujarmal Co-operative Health Bureau, Tumuna Nagar, Haryana.
10Himachal Pradesh NIL
11Jammu & Kashmir 1. Srinagar Nursing Home, Srinagar.
12Karnataka 1. Kasturba Hospital, Manipal2. Bharat Gold Mines (P) Ltd. Hospital, Oorgaum.
13Kerala 1. Samritan Hospital, Alwaye (for CardiacSurgery)
  2. Indira Gandhi Co-operative Hospital, Cochin.
  3. Sri Ramakrishan Ashram Charitable Hospital, Thiruananthapuram,
  4. Aryavaidya Sala, Kottakal (Ayurveda)
  5. August Nursing Home &Homeopathic Research Centre, Cochin (Homoeo).
  6. Gautham Hospital,  Panayapally, Kochi.
  7. Vaidyaratnam Nursing Home, Ollur Thaikkattussery, Thrissur, Kerala.
  8. Lakshmi Hospital, Ernakulam, Cochin.
  9. Cochin Hospital, Cochin
  10.Baby Memorial Hospital, Calicut.
  11.P.V.S. Hospital, Calicut.
  12.Westfort Hi-Tech Hospital Limited, Thrissur
14Madhya Pradesh 1. Birla Institute of Medical Research Centre,Gwalior.
  2. Kalyan Memorial & KDJ Hospital, Baradari Crossing, Morar, Gwalior.
  3. Cancer Hospital and Research Instt., Gwalior.
  4. Podhar Hospital, Podhar Betul (MP)
  5. Jabalpur Hospital and Research Centre, Jabalpur.
  6. Seth Mannulal Jagannath Das Trust Hospital, Jabalpur.
  7.  Bhandari Hospital and Research Centre, Indore (M.P)
  8.  Ayushman Hospital, Bhopal.
  9.  Chirayu Health and Medicare (P) Ltd. Hospital, Bhopal – MP.
  10. Hajela Hospital, Bhopal, MP.
  11. Chandak Hospital and Research Institute, Gwalior (MP).
  12. Charak Hospital Pvt. Ltd, Indore (MP).
  13. New Pandey Hospital, Shanichara, Hoshangabad
15Meghalaya 1. Welsh Mission Hospital, Shillong.
  2. Ganesh Das Hospital for Women and Children, Shillong.
  3. K.J.Hills Presbyterian Hospital, Shillong.
16Mizoram 1.     Presbyterian Chruch Synod Hospital, AizwalDistt.
  2.     Sirkawan Christian Hospital, Longel Distt.
17Maharashtra 1. Salvation Army Evangeline Booth Hospital, Ahmednagar.
  2.  Barshi Maternity & General Co-operative Hospital, Barshi.
  3. S.K.Patil Argya Dham. Malad.
  4. Ji Jamata Hospital, Vashi, New Mumbai.
  5. Wanless Hospital, Miraj Medical Centre, Miraj.
  6. Mure Memorial Hospital, Nagpur.
  7. Pune Medical Foundation, Pune.
  8. N.M.Wadia Hospital, Pune.
  9. Sancheti Hospital, Pune.
  10. Talegaon General Hos. & Convalescent Home and T.B.Hospital Sanatorium Telegaon.
  11. Sanjeevani Hospital, Utamnagar, Pune.
  12. Harikdar Hospital, Pune
  13. Kasturba General Hospital, Pune
  14. Poona Hospital & Research Centre, Pune.
  15. Century Rayan Hospital, Sholapur
  16. N.M.Wadia Hospital, Sholapur.
  17. Kavde Nursing Home, Pune
  18. Deendayal Memorial Hospital, Pune
  19. N.M.wadia Instt. of Cardilogy, Pune.
  20. Jaslok Hospital, Mumbai
  21. Bombay Hospital, Mumbai
  22. Madhukar General Hospital, Pune.
  23. Krishna General Hospital and Stree Clinic, Pune.
  24. Surya Hospital Pvt. Ltd., Pune
  25. Swami Sarvanand Hospital, Ulhas Nagar (Maharastra)
  26. Rajebahadur Heart Foundation Private Ltd.,Nashik.
  27. Dr. Bapaye Hospital, Nashik
  28. Pawana Hospital, Pune.
  29. Padma Dental Care Unit, Chandrapur
  30. Athare Patil Memorial Hospitals & Research Centre Pvt. Ltd. Savedi Road, Ahmednagar
  31. Ashwini Sahakari Rugnalaya and Research Centre, Solapur
  32. Giriraj Hospital, Padmashree Dr. Appasaheb Pawar Heart Care Centre, Pune
  33. Anandrishiji Hospital & Medical Research Centre, Ahmednagar
  34. Sayali Nursing Home, Pune
18Orissa 1. Panch Karma Centre of Govt. Ayurvedic Hospital, Bhubneswar
19Punjab 1. B.B.C.Heart Care Pruthi Hopital, Jalandhar (under CS (MA) Rules, 1944.
  2. Sacred Heart Hospital, G.T. Road, Maqsudan, Jalandhar
  3.Tagore Hospital & Heart Care Centre (P) Ltd. Jalandhar
20Rajasthan 1. Global Hospital and Research Centre MountAbu-Rajasthan.
  2. Rungta Children and General Hospital, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur.(General Purpose treatment diagnostic procedures and specialized treatment for paediatrics.
  3. Soni Hospital, J.L.N.Marg, Jaipur.(General purpouse treatment and diagnostic procedure ande specialized services for CT Scan.)
  4. Heart and General Hospital Yudhistermarg,   Jaipur (Specialized treatment for Cardiology.)
  5. Lakshmi Imaging and Medical Research Hospital, J.L.N.Marg, Soni Hospital Campus, Jaipur.(Specialized services for MRI and CT Scan.).
  6. Rajdhani Clinic and Nursing Home, Jaiput.(Specialized services for General Surgery.
  7. K.C. Memorial Hospital, Jaipur(Specialized treatment for Ophthalmology.)
  8. Urology and Medical care Centre ,Jaipur.(Specialised treatment for Urology.)
  9. Sharda Nursing Home, Hospital Road, Jaipur.(Ophthalmology.)
  10.Shri Amar Jain Medical Relieve Society, Choura Rasta, Jaipur.(General purpose treatment and diagnostic procedure)
  11.Jain Eye Hospitaal, Fathe Teba, Adarash Nagar, Jaipur (Specialized treatment of Ophthalmology.)
  12.Gheesi Bai Memorial Mittal Hospital & Research Centre, Pushkar Road, Ajmer
  13.Goyal Hospital & Research Centre (P) Ltd. Jodhpur
21Tamil Nadu 1. Sir Ivan Stedford Hospital, Ambattur.
  2.  Apollo Hospital, Chennai
  3.  Catterin Booth Hospital, Nagercoil.
  4. Sacred Heart Hospital, Tuticorin.
  5. C.M.C. Hospital, Vellore.
  6.  Trinity Acute Care Hospital, Madras.
  7.  K.J.Hospital, Chennai
  8.  Sankara Netralaya, Chennai
  9. Meenakshi Mission Hospital and Research Centre, Madurai.
  10. A.V.M. Hospital, Tuticorin, Tamilnadu.
  11. K.G.Hospital, Coimbatore, T.N.
  12. Kovai Medical Research Centre and Hospital Limted, Coimbatore.
  13. Ashwin Poly Clinic Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore.
  14. Apollo Speciality Hospital, Madurai
  15. Sundaram Arulrhaj Hospitals, Tuticorin
22West Bengal 1.   Ramkrishna Mission Seva Pratisthan, Kolkata.
  2.  Charteris Hospital, Kalimpong, Darjeeling
23Uttar Pradesh 1. Muslim University Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Hospital, Aligarh.
  2. Narinder Mohan Hospital, Ghaziabad.
  3. Ramakrishna Mission Viveka Nanda Polyclinic.
  4. Sitapur Eye Hospital, Sitapur.
  5. Regency Hospital Pvt. Ltd., A-2, Sarvodaya Nagar, Kanpur – U.P.
  6. Noida Medical Centre Ltd. 16-C, Sector –30, Noida, U.P.
  7. Heritage Hospital, Lanka, Varanasi
  8. Peoples Heritage Hospital Ltd, Agra 282002.
  9. Apollo Pankaj Hospital, Agra-282007.
  10. Pushpanjali     Hospital     &     Research     Centre, Pushpanjali Palace, Agra.
  11. Shanti Mangalick Hospital, Agra 282001.
  12.Upadhyay Hospital, Shaheed Nagar Crossing, Agra
24Uttranchal 1. Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust Jolly Grant, Dehradun.

Source: http://msotransparent.nic.in/writereaddata/cghsdata/mainlinkfile/File433.pdf

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