Sunday, July 13, 2014

7th CPC invitation letter to Bharat Pensioner Samaj to discuss issues relating to pensioners.

7th CPC invitation letter to Bharat Pensioner Samaj to discuss issues relating to pensioners.

MEENA AGARWAL
SECRETARY
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
SEVENTH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION
NEW DELHI – 110001
D.O. No. 7CPC/48(A&F)/2014
Dated the 10th July, 2014
Dear Sh Maheshwari,

The Seventh Central Pay Commission has commenced its exercise of seeking the views of various stakeholders on its terms of reference. In this regard the Commission would like to meet you and the office bearers of Bharat Pensioners Samaj with regard to issues relating to pensioners as pan of its preliminary interaction.

2. In this context. a preliminary interaction of the Commission has been scheduled on 23rd July. 2014 at 1045 hrs. at Chatrapati Shivaji Bhawan (1st Floor. Conference Room), Qutab Institutional Area. New Delhi. You are requested to make it convenient to attend the same.

3. Confirmation of your attendance may kindly be sent by email to the undersigned at meena.agarwal@nic.in.

With regards
Yours sincerely,
(Meena Agarwal)
Shri N.C. Maheshwari
General Secretary
Bharat Pensioners Samaj
P.O. Box 3303
Jengpura Extension
New Delhi-110014

Source: http://scm-bps.blogspot.in/2014/07/7th-cpc-invitation-to-bharat-pensioners.html

Criteria for Setting up CGHS Dispensaries/Hospitals

Criteria for Setting up CGHS Dispensaries/Hospitals

The criteria fixed for setting up a Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) dispensary in a particular area are as under:-
(i) In an existing CGHS city:- For opening of a new Allopathic CGHS dispensary in an existing CGHS city, there has to be a minimum of 2000 Card holders (serving employees of Central Government and Central Civil pensioners).

(ii) Extension of CGHS to a new City:- For extension of CGHS to a new city, there has to be a minimum of 6,000 Card holders.
However, due to financial and other resource constraints it is not always possible to adhere to the above criteria.
State/UT-wise details about number of CGHS allopathic/AYUSH dispensaries and Hospitals in the country is given below:

Source: PIB

Narendra Modi likes to communicate his Independence Day speech directly to Central Govt Employees by mail and messages.

Narendra Modi likes to communicate his Independence Day speech directly to Central Govt Employees by mail and messages.
 Narendra Modi to reach out to govt employees’ on Independence Day
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked for an exhaustive Central database of all Central and state government employees. The creation of the database, which will have the phone numbers and email addresses of all employees, is already underway, and will be first used on Independence Day when Modi’s speech is directly sent to the employees by mail and messages.

The prime minister would like his maiden speech from the Red Fort to be directly communicated to one crore government employees, such as school teachers, village sarpanches, healthcare workers etc, in the farthest corners of the country. Most of these are not tech-savvy, Internet users and so frenetic efforts are under way to implement Modi’s intent, said government sources.

The government has therefore initiated the process of creating the first-ever countrywide database of central and state government employees and stakeholders. Cabinet secretary Ajit Seth is monitoring the creation of this database after clear instructions by PM Modi. Seth has been meeting officials from all ministries two times every week to monitor the progress.

The National Informatics Centre has created a new portal sampark.nic.in for the purpose. All states, through their districts and block level offices, have been directed to update their data on this website. “The ministries are also coordinating with their state counterparts to compile this data in a time bound manner,” said an official.

The National Informatics Centre has so far collected information of 50 lakh teachers, 30 lakh sarpanches, 10 lakh health care workers and two lakh corporators. The prime minister is likely to use the data to connect with all these employees and stakeholders through social media platforms, much as he had done to connect with voters during the 2014 general election campaign, said an insider.

“He intends to do the same now with government employees. It is an exercise to build a bond,” the official said.

Source: www.dnaindia.com
[http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-narendra-modi-to-reach-out-to-govt-employees-on-independence-day-2001522]

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