Monday, February 16, 2015

Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Stenographers Service (CSSS) – sanctioned strength of Officers- regarding.

Reminder
No. 15/1/2014-CS.II(A)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, PG and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhavan,
New Delhi-110003
Dated the 16th February, 2015
Office Memorandurm

Sub: Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Stenographers Service (CSSS) – sanctioned strength of Officers – regarding.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department OM of even no. dated 11th February on the subject mentioned above and to say that the necessary inputs have been received only from a few Cadre Units. The necessary information is urgently required in this Department.

Defaulting Cadre Units/sub Cadre Units are, therefore, requested to furnish the necessary inputs immediately by Fax/email.
(Kameshwar Mishra)
Under Secretary
Telefax 24623157
email – kameshwar.mishra@nic.in
To
The Under Secretary (Admn.) of Cadre Units of CSSS except the following cadre units/sub-cadre units :-
Home (Proper), H&FW, HRD, Corporate Affairs, Mines, SJ&E, P&NG, Coal, Consumer Affairs, Supply, Inter-State Council Secretariat, Shipping, MS&ME, UPSC, AR&PG, Tribal Affairs, W&CD, D/o Empowerment of Persons with Disability P & PW and Posts.

Promotion of Grade-I (Under Secretary) officers of CSS to the Selection Grade (Deputy Secretary) on ad-hoc basis – Furnishing of personal information thereof

No.4/2/2015-CS-I(D)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)

Lok Nayak Bhawan, New Delhi -110003
Dated the 13 February, 2015.
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Promotion of Grade-I (Under Secretary) officers of CSS to the Selection Grade (Deputy Secretary) on ad-hoc basis – Furnishing of personal information thereof.

The undersigned is directed to say that ad-hoc promotions of officers of Grade-I (Under Secretary) of CSS to the Selection Grade (Deputy Secretary) are likely to be made shortly.

2. As Officers are aware, this Department has proposed a revised rotational transfer policy in respect of CSS Officers. It has, therefore, been considered appropriate to decide posting of officers henceforth on transfer and on promotion as per the proposed policy, on the
following parameters:
(i) Ministries /Departments are categorized into Group A and Group B for posting/transfer;

(ii) The proposed RTP provides a tenure of five years for DS in a Ministry Department, including continuous tenure rendered in any other designation in the same Ministry Department;

(iii) In Group A, certain Ministries qualify for a reduced tenure by one year;

(iv) An officer on transfer! promotion shall ordinarily be posted from Group A- Group B and Group B- Group A as the case may be,  if they have completed the prescribed tenure for the promotional post;

(v) Officers who are within two years of superannuation will be retained in the same Ministry/Department if a vacancy in the promotional grade is available; In the absence of a vacancy such officer will be transferred out;

(vi) Officers within six months’ of superannuation will not be posted out on promotion; In the absence of a vacancy of the promotional post, such officer will be adjusted in the same Ministry/Department by personal upgradation of the post;

(vii) For calculation of residency in a Ministry! Department, 2 years/six months for superannuation as the case may be, the last date of the month in which promotion order/posting order is issued will be taken as the cut-off date; accordingly, for posting! promotion in this round, the cutoff date has been taken as 28.2.2015.

(viii) The Placement Committee will decide posting of officers on the basis of seniority, preference, past postings etc.
3. The list of brief details of officers who are likely to be considered for promotion is at Annexure-I. Information relating to vacancies in DS!Director grade of CSS as on 01.03.2015 is at Annexure-II.

4. The officers excluding those who are to be retained as per revised policy are requested to exercise their option for posting in the Ministries/Departments in the other Group latest by 16.2.2015 in the format at Annexure-III to Under Secretary, CS-I (D), Department of Personnel and Training through e-mail (ak.upadhayaya@nic.in) or fax number given below. Hard copies of the same may also be furnished immediately. The officers on deputation may also indicate their willingness to avail the ad-hoc promotion. Maximum three choices within the available vacancies may be exercise. If option is not received by 16.2.2015, it will be presumed that the officer has no specific choice and posting will be decided by the Placement Committee accordingly.
(Biswajit Banerjee)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

Revoking suspension of empanelment of Dr. Khanna’s path Care Pvt. Ltd. Delhi

Revoking suspension of empanelment of Dr. Khanna’s path Care Pvt. Ltd. Delhi

G.I., M.H., CGHS,
O.M.F. No: S-11011/02/2014-CGHS (HEC),
dated 13.2.2015

Sub: Revoking suspension of empanelment of Dr. Khanna’s path Care Pvt. Ltd. Delhi.

With reference to the above mentioned matter, the undersigned is directed to draw attention to the Office Order dated 14.11.2014 vide which empanelment of Dr. Khanna’s Path Care Pvt. Ltd., A-43, Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016 was suspended for a period of three months or till further orders. Since suspension was not due to financial irregularity or quality/ patient service related issue, it has been decided to revoke suspension of Dr. Khanna’s Path Care Pvt- Ltd. initially for a period of six months w.e.f. 14.02.2015 to facilitate CGHS beneficiaries in getting requisite investigations done.

This issues with approval of competent authority.

Authority – CGHS Portal

Home Loan Rates in 2015: Here’s Your Guide

Home Loan Rates in 2015: Here’s Your Guide

As soon as one starts looking out at properties to buy a house, banks start offering home loans. This can be overwhelming at times. Making a choice then largely depends on comparing what competitor banks have to offer. Here is a list, which compares home loan rates by different banks.

For a loan amount up to Rs 30 lakh and the tenure being 15-20 years, the following is on offering.

1. Floating interest rate of 10.15 per cent

This rate is being offered by the following organizations:
SBI ( State Bank of India)
ICICI Bank
HDFC Bank
HSBC Bank
Axis Bank
PNB Housing Finance
DHFL
India Bulls ( Up to Rs 25 lakh)
Citi Bank
Tata Capital Housing Finance Ltd

EMI per lakh works out to be Rs 975.
SBI charges a processing fee of 0.25 per cent of the loan amount up to Rs 25 lakh or minimum Rs 1000. For a loan amount above Rs 25 lakh the processing fee is Rs 3,250. Citibank charges 0.25 per cent of the loan amount. ICICI, HDFC and PNB charge 0.5 per cent of the loan amount as processing fees. However, HDFC has capped the maximum amount to Rs. 10,000. Whereas, Axis Bank and HSBC charge a minimum processing fee of Rs 10,000 or 1 per cent of the total loan amount. DHFL charges Rs 5000 plus document charges and taxes and India Bulls charges Rs 7,500 plus taxes.

2. Floating interest rate of 10.20 per cent
This rate is being offered by the following banks:
Federal Bank
Bank of India
UCO Bank
Canara Bank
The EMI per lakh works out to be Rs 978.

Federal Bank and UCO Bank both charge 0.5 per cent of the loan amount. The minimum amount charged is Rs 3000 and Rs 1500 whereas maximum is Rs 7500 and Rs 15,000 respectively by both the banks. Bank of India has decided to waive off processing fees on new loans sanctioned up to March 2015.

3. Floating interest rate of 10.25 per cent
This rate is being offered by the following lenders:
IDBI
Punjab National Bank
Allahabad Bank
Central Bank of India
Corporation Bank
Union Bank of India
United Bank of India
Bank of Baroda
Oriental Bank of Commerce
Kotak Bank
Dena Bank
First Blue Home Finance
Syndicate Bank
Indian Overseas Bank
State Bank of Travancore
Indian Bank
The EMI per lakh works out to be Rs 982.

IDBI, Punjab National Bank and Oriental Bank of Commerce have NIL processing fees. State Bank of Travancore does not charge any processing fee up to a loan amount of Rs 25,000 and United Bank of India has waived off processing fee for a loan amount up to Rs 75 lakh. Processing fee ranges from 0.25 per cent to 0.5 per cent of the loan amount. Allahabad Bank charges 0.6 per cent of the loan amount with a cap of Rs 12,000 while India Overseas Bank charges 0.58 per cent of the loan amount with a cap of Rs 10,190.

4. Floating interest rate of 10.26-10.30 per cent

Standard Chartered Bank offers 10.26 per cent on home loans with a processing fee of Rs 5500 plus service tax. The EMI works out to be Rs 982.

Vijaya Bank charges 10.30 per cent and the EMI works out to be Rs 985. The processing fee is 0.25 per cent of the loan amount with a cap of Rs 10,000.

5. Floating interest rate of 10.50 per cent and above

Deutsche Bank offers an interest rate of 10.5 per cent and a flat processing fee of Rs 12,000 plus taxes. EMI per lakh works out to be Rs 998.

Bank of Maharashtra offers 10.55 per cent (up to 25 lakh) and 10.75 per cent above that. Accordingly the EMI works out to be Rs 1001 and Rs 1015 respectively. Processing fee is 0.25 per cent of the loan amount subject to maximum of Rs 25,000.

ING Vysya offers 10.75 per cent, the EMI for which works out to Rs 1015. Processing fee is 0.5 per cent of the loan amount.

Development Credit Bank and Dhanalakshmi Bank offer 11.50 per cent and charge a processing fee of 1 per cent. EMI per lakh works out to be Rs 1066.

6. Fixed rates on offer

LIC Housing Finance offers 10.10 per cent (fixed for 2 years)
HDFC Ltd offers 10.15-10.65 per cent (fixed for 2-3 years) and 10.25- 10.75 per cent (fixed for 10 years).

Axis Bank offers 10.40 per cent (fixed for 20 years)

Look out for festive offers when processing fee is waived off and always negotiate for better rates. Request your bank official to share complete details so that there are no surprises in the form of hidden charges, pre-payment charges etc. Also, find out about special rates applicable for self-employed individuals and women.

Hope this compilation helps you in analysing what suits you best.

Data source: deal4loans.com

EPFO Pension Scheme: Age Limit May Be Raised

EPFO Pension Scheme: Age Limit May Be Raised

New Delhi: The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation’s trustees in a meeting on Thursday will consider a proposal to raise the age limit from 58 to 60 years for vesting of pension under the Employees’ Pension Scheme (EPS-95).

At present, a formal sector worker covered under the EPS-95 can make contributions towards the pension scheme till the age of 58 years and can claim pension after that.

The Pension Implementation Committee (PIC) has recommended an increase in the age for vesting pension to 60 years, while suggesting that the actuary should be asked to develop a model to give incentive to those persons who opt for drawing pension at the age of 60 years.

An actuary analyses financial consequences of risk after studying uncertain future events, particularly of concerns to pension and insurance plans.

Raising the age limit would reduce the deficit in pension fund and would increase the pension benefits of members as there would be two additional years of service, as per the agenda listed for the meeting of the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation’s apex decision making body – Central Board of Trustees (CBT).
According to a report of the valuer on the scheme, increasing the age limit would reduce the shortfall in the pension fund to the extent of Rs 27,067 crore.

The level of deficit is not a matter of concern, though it is recommended that the retirement fund body should look into investment returns more carefully and not increase benefits without consulting the actuary, and do sensitivity analysis more frequently, the valuer has suggested.

As per the the valuer, appointed by EPFO, net liability or deficit is Rs 10,855 crore as of March 31, 2012, Rs 6,712.96 crores as of March 31, 2013 and Rs 7,832.74 crore as of March 31, 2014.

It is also proposed by the committee to increase the short service pension entitlement age from 50 years to 55 years. This measure would reduce the shortfall in pension fund to the extent of Rs 12,028 crore.

At present, members can ask for fixing pension at attaining the age of 50 years provided they have served for at least 10 years.

It is also proposed that the pensionable salary should be determined on the basis of 36 months average wages immediately preceding the date of exit from the scheme in place of existing 60 months.

It may be noted that there is no bar of any kind for contributing towards other social security schemes run by the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) – Employees’ Provident Fund Scheme 1952 and Employees’ Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme 1976.

Read at: NDTV Profit

NMC urges FM to raise IT exemption limit to Rs 5 lakh, exclude DA from IT calculation, Merge DA in Basic Pay & Pension etc

NMC urges FM to raise IT exemption limit to Rs 5 lakh, exclude DA from IT calculation, Merge DA in Basic Pay & Pension etc

The National Mazdoor Conference today asked Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to raise the income tax exemption limit to Rs 5 lakh.


"We urged Union Finance Minister to raise the Income Tax exemption limit to Rs five lakh," National Mazdoor Conference (NMC) President Subash Shastri said while addressing a series of rallies at Kanjali and Bomyal in Nagrota Block here today.
Shastri also appealed he Finance Minister to announce non inclusion of amount of DA to calculating income tax as the DA instalments are released by the government from time to time to utilise the impact of price rise and inflation.
Shastri emphasised the need for immediate merger of 50 per cent DA into basic pay and pension as per the recommendations of the Fourth Pay Commission.


He added that all these burning issues impacting both the Central and State Governments Employees and pensioners should be addressed by the Union Finance Minister while presenting the budget for 2015-16 in the coming Budget Session of Parliament beginning on 23rd of this month.
He also demanded immediate release two DA instalment of 17 per cent in favour of State Government Employees and pensioners, pointing out that while Central Government is about to release another instalment 6 per cent DA in favour of its employees and pensioners from Jammu 2015 but it is unfortunate that the salaried class in the state has not got the benefit previous two DA instalments.
He also demanded early regularisation of the 62,000 daily rated workers beside release of their wages without any further delay. 


Read at: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/

Committee for evolving a new formula for productivity Linked Bonus (PLB) on Indian Railways.

Committee for evolving a new formula for productivity Linked Bonus (PLB) on Indian Railways.


Government of India
Ministry Of Railways
Railway Board

No.E(P&A)II-2013/PLB-8
New Delhi, dt.11-02-2015
The General Secretary,
AIRF
4, State Entry Road,
New Delhi – 110 055.
The General Secretary,
NFIR,
3, Chelmsford Road,
New Delhi – 110 055

Sub: Committee for evolving a new formula for productivity Linked Bonus (PLB) on Indian Railways.


Sir,

I am directed to state that Ministry of Railways have constituted a Committee of Additional Members vide Board’s Letter No.ERB-I/2014/23/15 dt.21.3.2014 for evolving a new formula for productivity Linked Bonus on Indian Railways Keeping in view the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission and the views of the Ministry of Finance.
The Committee has held a number of meetings and deliberated on the issue and arrived at a proposed formula for calculation of PLB.
The Committee has been mandated by Board to discuss the issue with the Federations before submitting its recommendations for consideration/approval of appropriate authority. Accordingly, the draft report containing the proposed formula arrived at by the committee is sent herewith for furnishing your views within 15 days positively to enable the committee to finalize its recommendations.

Yours faithfully,
Sd/-
For Secretary/Railway Board

Reimbursement of in-patient medical expenses in addition to Fixed Medical Allowance(FMA) to serving Government employees in remote areas

Proposal for reimbursement of in-patient medical expenses in addition to Fixed Medical Allowance(FMA) to serving Government employees in remote areas

No.9(1)/2010/D(Civ-II)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
B Wing, Sena Bhavan, New Delhi
Dated 15th December, 2014
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Proposal for reimbursement of in-patient medical expenses in addition to Fixed Medical Allowance(FMA) to serving Government employees in remote areas.

The undersigned is directed to refer to Ministry of Health & Family Welfare’ ID No. S.14025/9/2011-MS dated 14.08.2014 on the above mentioned
subject.

2. This Ministry agrees with the proposal of MoH&FW that the “FMA being granted to CS(MA) beneficiaries be stopped and they should be governed by the provisions of CS(MA) Rules, 1944 under which medical reimbursement for outdoor treatment as well as indoor treatment is permissible as per rules.”

3. In addition to above, the following provisions for inclusion in the proposal, are also submitted for consideration of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare:

(a) FMA at enhanced rates @ Rs.300/-p.m. may be paid w.e.f. 1.9.2008 till the provisions of CS(MA) Rules at para 2 above is made applicable;

(b) Procedure for appointment of AMA may be simplified and HoD may be authorised to nominate a RMP as AMA in case there is no Govt. doctor available within the radius of 5 kms;

(c) Provision of credit facilities may be made for serving & retired employees and dependent in emergency in Govt. approved hospitals;

(d) Provision for medical advance for Non-approved hospitals;

(e) There may be some isolated areas where no AMA/Govt doctor or RMP is available within the radius of 5 kms. In these areas, FMA @ Rs. 300/- p.m. may be continued to be paid to civilians in terms of Min of H&FW OM dated 17.07.1990 as the same is in lieu of OPD treatment only. The reimbursement of medical expenses for the indoor treatment, in respect employees posted in these areas, may also be allowed under the CS(MA) Rules.

3. This issues with the approval of Joint Secretary.
sd/-
(Gurdeep Singh)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India
Source: BPMS

Processing of files referred to DOP&T for advice/clarification-procedure to be followed

Processing of files referred to DOP&T for advice/clarification-procedure to be followed.

G.I., Dep. of Per. & Trg., O.M.F.No.43011/9/2014-Estt.D, dated 13.2.2015

Subject: Processing of files referred to DOP&T for advice/clarification-procedure to be followed.

This Department had issued detailed instructions prescribing the procedure to be followed by various Ministries/Departments of Government of India for referring the files to this Department for advice/clarification, vide O.M.No.20034/2/2010-Estt(D) dated 13th August, 2010. These instructions were followed by instructions prescribing the procedure to be followed by various Ministries/Departments of Government of India for referring the files to this Department for advice/clarification to facilitate processing of court cases, issued vide O.M.No.20034/2/2010-Estt(D) dated 30th November, 2011.

2. Inspite of these instructions, the Ministries/Departments continue to refer the files to this Department without following the procedure enunciated in the above mentioned two OMs, resulting in avoidable procedural delays, grievances and unwanted litigations. To avoid such a situation and avoidable delays in decision making and disposal of the cases, while reiterating the above mentioned instructions, all the Ministries/Departments are advised to henceforth observe the following procedure for referring the proposals including court cases to this Department:-

i. All the proposals should be referred to DOP&T with the approval of the Joint Secretary of the Administrative Ministry/Department.
ii. All the pages should be properly numbered, docketed, referenced/cross referenced.
iii. A legible copy of orders/rules/instructions/circulars/O.M. etc. issued by the Administrative Department or DOP&T etc. and cited in the noting portion should be placed on file under reference. Besides flagging the —zcited documents, page numbers should also be invariably indicated in the noting portions.
iv. Telephone number of the concerned Director/Deputy Secretary/Under Secretary level officer who has processed the case should be indicated in the noting portion.
v. The Proposal relating to amendments of Recruitment Rules etc., for which a proforma has been prescribed, should be referred to DOP&T in the prescribed proforma only.
vi. Any proposal having financial implications referred to DOP&T for advice/clarifications, should have approval or comment of the concerned Financial Adviser(FA) in the Ministry/Department.
vii. The proposal for advice/clarifications should be referred to 1 OP&T only on file.
viii. All the proposals referred to DOP&T should invariably indicate, in the concluding paras, the relevant rule position and the difficulty faced in its interpretation which necessitated the referral to DOP&T i.e. e point(s) of doubt in respect of which clarification/advice of DOP&T has been sought should be clearly brought out.

3. Further, as regards Court Cases referred for advice to this Department by various Ministries/Departments, it may be mentioned that this departments 0.M.No.4036/23/1988-Estt(D) dated 06.01.1989 provides that since each court case is to be contested on the basis of the specific facts and circumstances relevant to it, the administrative Ministry/Department will be in a better position to defend the case. If, however, any clarification is required on the interpretation or application of the rules or instructions relevant to the case, the concerned Department in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions may be approached for that purpose. It further provides that the primary responsibility, however, for contesting such cases on behalf of the Government will be that of the administrative Ministry/Department concerned. Also, the Cabinet Secretariat’s D.0 letter No. 6/1/1/94Cab dated 25.02.1994 and the Department of Expenditure’s O.M. No. 7(8)/2012-El-11(A) dated 16.05.2012 inter-alia provide that (i) a common counter reply should be fled before a Court of Law on behalf of the Union of India by the concerned administrative stand should be adopted instead of bringing out each Department’ /Ministry’s Department/Ministry where the petitioner is serving or has last served and (ii) a unified stand should be adopted instead of bringing out each Department’ /Ministry’s point of view in the said reply. It further provides that it is primarily the responsibility of the Administrative Ministry to ensure that timely action is taken at each stage a Court case goes through and that a unified stand is adopted on behalf of Government of India at every such stage. In no case should the litigation be allowed to prolong to the extent that it results in contempt proceedings.

4. Kind attention is also invited to the directions of Cabinet Secretary, conveyed vide his D.O. letter No.403/1/4/2014-CA-V dated 24th December, 2014 wherein he has pointed out that in many litigation cases pending before various Courts, where the Union of India (UoI) is either the Petitioner or the Respondent, Government interest is not being defended with adequate diligence. The Cabinet Secretary has, therefore, emphasized the need of putting a system in place so that the cases are regularly monitored and the interests of the UoI are properly safeguarded before the Courts of Law.

5. All the Ministries/Departments are, accordingly, advised to keep the procedure/instructions mentioned in the preceding paragraph in mind while dealing with Court Cases. Further, while referring Court Cases for advice to this Department, the referring note should invariably indicate:
i. Brief history and facts of the case;
ii. Relief sought by the petitioner/applicant;
iii. Earlier advice/opinion of DOP&T/DOLA in the matter;
iv. Stand taken by the Department before the Court/CAT;
v. Opinion of the Government Counsel on the Court/CAT order;
vi. Operative part of the judgment/direction;
vii. Action proposed to be taken by the Department .
viii. Present rule position and specific point on which advice/opinion of DOP&T is sought.

6. The content of this OM may be given wide publicity and brought to the notice of all concerned.

Authority: www.persmin.gov.in

Empanelment of private hospitals (including dental clinics and eye centres) and diagnostic centres under CGHS Delhi & NCR

Empanelment of private hospitals (including dental clinics and eye centres) and diagnostic centres under CGHS Delhi & NCR

No. S.11045/36/2012-CGHS (HEC)
Government of India
Directorate General of Central Government Health Scheme
Department of Health & Family Welfare
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi.
Dated the 10th February, 2015
OFFICE ORDER

Subject: Empanelment of private hospitals (including dental clinics and eye centres) and diagnostic centres under CGHS Delhi & NCR.

In continuation of this Directorate’s Office Memorandum of even no. dated 01.10.2014 on the above mentioned subject, the undersigned is directed to convey that in addition to the list of the hospitals (including dental clinics & eye centres) and diagnostic laboratories already empanelled, the hospitals (including dental clinics & eye centres) and diagnostic laboratories as per the list attached have also been empanelled under CGHS in Delhi & NCR. The newly empanelled hospitals (including dental clinics & eye centres) and diagnostic laboratories may be treated as included in the existing list with same terms and conditions as have been indicated in the Office Memorandum dated 01.10.2014.
[Dr. (Mrs.) Sharda Verma]
Director (CGHS)


LIST OF HOSPITALS, DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES, EXCLUSIVE EYE AND DENTAL CENTRES UNDER CGHS. DELHI &NCR EMPANELLED THROUGH CONTINUOUS EMPANELMENT SCHEME w.e.f. 10.02.2015. 


HOSPITALS: – DELHI
1. Jeevan Anmol Hospital
Empanelled w.e.f. 10.02.2015
Mayur Vihar Phase-I, opp. Pratap Nagar, Delhi – 110091. Tel.No. 011-22750380,22795237
NABH
General Medicine, General Surgery, Gynecology and Obst, Orthopedic, Eye, ENT, Endoscopic / Laparoscopic Surgery, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Urology, nephrology, Dental and Diagnostics.


EXCLUSIVE EYE CENTRES: – DELHI
1. Suraksha Eye Surgery Centre
Empanelled w.e.f. 10.02.2015
B-15, Ground Floor, Rana Pratap Bagh, Delhi-110007. Tel. No. 9811130168, 011-4561469
Non-NABH Exclusive Eye Care Centre


EXCLUSIVE DENTAL CLINICS: – DELHI
1. Muskan Dental Care
Empanelled w.e.f. 10.02.2015
11/26, West Patel Nagar, New Delhi -1100008.
Non-NABH
All Available Dental Care Facilities


HOSPITALS: – FARIDABAD
QRG Central Hospital & Research Centre
Empanelled w.e.f.
10.02.2015 69, Sec-20A, Near Neelam Flyover, Ajronda Chowk, Mathura Road, Faridabad. Tel. No. 0129-4090300.
Non-NABH
General Medicine, General Surgery, Gynecology and Obst, Orthopedic, Eye, ENT, Endoscopic / Laparoscopic Surgery, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Urology, nephrology, Dental and Diagnostics.


HOSPITALS: – NOIDA

1. Yatharth Wellness Hospital & Trauma Centre
Empanelled w.e.f. 10.02.2015
32, Omega-I, Greater Noida. Tel. No. 8800447777, 8826447777.
Non-NABH
General Medicine, General Surgery, Gynecology and Obst, Orthopedic, Eye, ENT, Endoscopic / Laparoscopic Surgery, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Urology, nephrology, Dental and Diagnostics.

2. Surbhi Hospital
Empanelled w.e.f. 10.02.2015
Golf Course Road, Morna, Sector-35, Noida. Tel. No. 951202508841, 42, 8750044324
Non-NABH

General Medicine, General Surgery, Gynecology and Obst, Orthopedic, Eye, ENT, Endoscopic/ Laparoscopic Surgery, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Urology, Nephrology, Dental and Diagnostics.

Source: CGHS Portal

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