Thursday, September 4, 2014

CGHS shall provide free OPD consultation facilities to senior citizens(60 yr. and above) from general public from 1.30 PM. to 3.00 P.M.

CGHS shall provide free OPD consultation facilities to senior citizens(60 yr. and above) from general public from 1.30 PM. to 3.00 P.M. on all working days on a pilot basis at the following 20 wellness centres in Delhi with effect from the 1st September, 2014.

M F.No.-156493/2014/CGHS(HQ)/56-60
Directorate General of CGHS

Office of Addl. Director (HQ), CGHS
CGHS, Building , R. K. Puaram , Sector-12,
New Delhi -110022
Date-29.08.2014
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Consultation for Senior Citizens of general Public at CGHS Wellness Centres on Pilot basis

With reference to the above mentioned subject the undersigned is directed to state that with a view to enhance inclusitivity of CGHS , it has been decided that CGHS shall provide free OPD consultation facilities to senior citizens(6O yr. and above) from general public from 1.30 PM. to 3.00 P.M. on all working days on a pilot basis at the following 20 wellness centres in Delhi with effect from the 1st September, 2014:

1. Pusa Road11. Sahibabad
2. Darya Ganj12. Kalkaji II
3. Chandani Chowk13. Vasant Kunj
4. Vasant Vihar14. Kasturba Nagar II
5. Sarojini Nagar L Block15. Sarita Vihar
6. Sarojini Nagar S Y Block16. Rajpur Road
7. Jangpura17. Noida Sector – 82
8. Chanakyapuri18. Gurgoan Sect-55
9. Pandara Road19. Kalibari
10. Greater Noida20. Mayur Vihar

In continuation to the above memorandum following Wellness Centres under AYUSH have also been added to the list of above Wellness Centres; now there are 26 Wellness Centres 20 Allopathic and 6 under AYUSH. The terms and conditions will remain the same for both the categories of Wellness Centres.

AYUSH CATEGORYWELLNESS CENTRES
AYURVEDICKali Bari
Janakpuri
HOMOEOPATHICKalkaji ll
Sector 3 R K Puram
UNANISarojini Nagar
SIDDHALodhi Colony

The CGHS doctors are required to maintain records separately in respect of the services provided to the senior citizens of the general public . Following guidelines may be strictly followed:

1. The timings prescribed for OPD consultation at the above WC’s is 1.30 P.M. to 3.00 P.M.
2. There should be no harassment by asking for the age proof from the Senior Citizens.
3. The doctors are required to examine the patients clinically and advise accordingly.
4. The prescription is to be made on a separate prescription slip. Computerized CGHS prescription slip will not be used for this purpose.
5. Separate records of OPD Patients attending WC may be maintained in a register.
6. Every doctor shall maintain a separate register for convenience.
7. The matter may be given due publicity by displaying this order on the notice board of the Wellness Centre.
This issues with the approval of the competent authority.
(Dr. D.C. Joshi)
AD(HQ)
CGHS, Delhi
Source: www.msotransparent.nic
[http://msotransparent.nic.in/writereaddata/cghsdata/mainlinkfile/File756.pdf]

Greater Noida Housing Scheme – Details of 102nd Executive Committee meeting held on 27/08/2014

Greater Noida Housing Scheme - The beneficiaries those who have already applied for withdrawal consequent upon the issuance of allotment letter may also be given one chance to reconsider their withdrawal option.
Central Government Employees
Welfare Housing Organisation
(Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation, Govt. of India)

6th Floor, ‘A’ wing, Janpath Bhawan, Janpath, New Delhi 110001
September 2, 2014

WEB-PUBLISH
No. A-504/11

To,
All Registrations of Greater Noida Housing Scheme

Subject: Greater Noida Housing Scheme
Sir/Madam,

All the allottees of Greater Noida Housing Scheme are informed in continuation to CGEWHO’s Allotment Letter dated 25/07/2014 that due, to number of grievances/ representations/ suggestions’ regarding fixing of cost on provisional basis, received in CGEWHO, the matter was put-up before the 102nd Executive Committee meeting held on 27/08/2014 and after due deliberations the following was agreed to:-
a) In continuation to our allotment letter dated 25.07.2014 already issued to the beneficiaries a letter may be issued demanding only land component which is fixed and already intimated to the beneficiary. The last date of the payment may also be extended upto 10th October 2014.
b) The highlights of the scheme may also be intimated! displayed for information of all the beneficiaries.
c) The beneficiaries those who have already applied for withdrawal consequent upon the issuance of allotment letter may also be given one chance to reconsider their withdrawal option.
d) Balance amount of 1st installment already intimated vide Allotment Letter dated 25.02.2014 depending upon the cost arrived after finalizing of contractor shall be demanded in due course.
e) Other terms and conditions already intimated vide Allotment Letter dated 25.07.2014 will remain the same.
2. In view of the above decision of the Executive Committee, CGEWHO, separate communication is being sent to allottees for further necessary action.
3. This is issued with approval of CEO, CGEWHO.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Arun Kumar Singh)
Asstt. Director (Admn.)
for Chief Executive Officer
Source: www.cgewho.in
[http://www.cgewho.in/GN_NOTICE0001.pdf]

Execution of Bond for availing Study Leave under Rule 9(i) of the AIS (Study Leave) Regulations, 1950

Dopt orders on the provisions of Rule 9(i) of the AIS (Study Leave) Regulations, 1960, which mandates every member of the Service who has been granted Study Leave or extension of such leave shall be required to execute a bond as given in Appendix ‘A’ or Appendix ‘A.I’.

No.11020/03/2014-AIS-III
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
North Block, New Delhi
 Dated the 1st September, 2014
To,
Chief Secretaries of all States/UTs.

Subject: Execution of Bond for availing Study Leave under Rule 9(i) of the AIS (Study Leave) 
Regulations, 1950 – regarding.

Sir,

I am directed to refer to the provisions of Rule 9(i) of the AIS (Study Leave) Regulations, 1960, which mandates every member of the Service who has been granted Study Leave or extension of such leave shall be required to execute a bond as given in Appendix ‘A’ or Appendix ‘A.I’.

2. The said Bond executed by member of the Service requires putting in specified period of service after expiry of the Study Leave as prescribed by provisions of rule 9(2) of the said rules.

3. It has come to the notice of this Department that the provisions of the aforesaid bond are being circumvented and officers who have availed Study Leave proceed on prolonged spells of leave due and admissible to them and thus do not put in active service for the requisite period as indicated in the bond executed by them,

4. In view of the above, the provisions of the prescribed format of the Bond have been reviewed and decided to revise the Bond format. A copy of revised Bond is enclosed All the Ministries/Departments/State Governments are requested to ensure that the necessary Bond in respect of grant of Study Leave under the AIS (Study Leave) Regulations, 1960 may henceforth be obtained in the revised formats.

5. The contents of this letter may be brought to the notice of all the members of the All India Services.
Encl: As above.
Yours faithfully
sd/-
(Navneet Misra)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Source : www.persmin.nic.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02ser/11020_03_2014-AIS-III-01092014.pdf]

Policy regarding participation of Indian Railways Personnel in Meditation/ Yoga/ Spiritual and other related programmes

Special Casual Leave (SCL) upto a maximum of nine (09) days inclusive of four (04) days journey time would be allowed once in a year for one such special programmes conducted by Railway Board…

Government of India (Bharat Sarkar)
Ministry of Railways (Rail Mantralaya)
(Railway Board)
No. 2012/E(Trg)/12/17
New Delhi, dt. 13.08.2014
RBE NO. 88/2014

The General Mangaers
All Indaian Railways/PUs

The Director General
NAIR/Vadodara
RDSO/Lucknow

The Directors
IRISET/Secunderabad
IRICEN/PUne
IRIEEN/Nasik
IRIMEE/Jamalpur
IRITM/Lucknow
JRRPF/Lucknow

Sub: Policy regarding participation of Indian Railways Personnel in Meditation/ Yoga/ Spiritual and other related programmes.

Ref: (1) Board’s letter no. 2012/E(Trg)/12/17 dt. 17.07.2012
(ii) Board‘s letter no. 2012/E(Trg)/12/17 dt. 26.10.2012
(iii) Board’s letter no. 2012/E(Trg)/12/17 dt. 20.09.2013 I

Railway Board, vide circulars mentioned above, has issued policy regarding participation of Indian Railways personnel in Meditation/Yoga/Spiritual and other related programmes. It has now been decided to bring out a comprehensive policy circular regarding the above.
2. Following instructions may be followed:
i) Special Casual Leave (SCL) upto a maximum of nine (09) days inclusive of four (04) days journey time would be allowed once in a year for one such programme, which would be granted by the respective Controlling officers to willing employees;
ii) Special pass (as per entitlement) would be given once in a year to such Railway employee who has been granted SCL by the Controlling officer;
iii) No TA/DA would be payable;
iv) No programme fee would be payable by Railways; and
v) The official willing to participate in such programmes would be spared subject to the convenience of the Administration.
3. Strict compliance to the above directives may be ensured by all concerned.
4. This supersedes all previous instructions/circulars on the subject.
5. This issues with the concurrence ofthe Finance Directorate of Railway Board.
sd/-
(Padma Sharma)
Dy. Director(Training)
Railway Board
Source: AIRF
[http://www.airfindia.com/Orders%202014/Railway%20Board%27s%20Policy%20reg.%20Meditation%20&%20Yoga.pdf]

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