Tuesday, March 10, 2015

”Anubhav” Submission of details by the retiring government employee Software application

Anubhav – Enter online your outstanding commendable work during your service through the software 

Anubhav – The retiring employees of the Central Government who have done commendable outstanding work experience done during their Career can share their work. The department of pension & pensioners’ welfare is in the process of providing a platform for the retiring central government employees to showcase their  commendable work done during their service. It is envisaged that this would provide satisfaction to the retiring employee and also act as a motivator for serving employees. The retiring employee may submit a write-up, not more than 5000 words along with appropriate attachments and would be published in departmental website.
NO. 4/2/2014-P&PW(Coord)
Government  of India
Department  of Pension & Pensioners Welfare
Office  Memorandum
LokNayakBhawan,   Khan Market,
New Delhi, the  5th  March 2015
Subject  :”Anubhav”-  showcasing  outstanding  work done during  service. Submission  of details  by the retiring government  employee Software  application  regarding.
The undersigned  is directed  to refer to this Department’s  OM of even  number  dated 19.2.2015 on ”Anubhav”   and  to  say  that  an online  system  has  been  developed   by the National  Informatics   Centre(NIC).   Instructions  for  use of this  application   by the  retiring employees,   Head  of  Offices/   Head  of  Departments   in  the  Ministries/   Departments   are enclosed  herewith.  These  instructions   may  be read  in conjunction   with the  OM referred to above.
2. You may log on to the application  by clicking on link “Anubhav” on persmin.gov.in/pension.asp.  The login Id  and password  is given in attached  document.
3.  The form on “Anubhav”,  furnishing  the details  of the outstanding  work by the retiring employee  has also  been  modified  in consonance  with the software  application.     A copy of the revised “Anubhav”  form  is also enclosed.     This form  is to be submitted  along with form 5 of CCS (Pension)  Rules.

4.  The   instructions    may   be  circulated   appropriately    among   all  employees   of  the Ministry and   attached/    subordinate    offices   and   given   wide   publicity   to  encourage participation  in “Anubhav”  as this project  is being monitored  at the highest  levels.

5.     For any further  clarification  or feedback  please contact the undersigned.
(Tripti  P Gosh)
All Ministries/  Departments  of the Government  of India as per standard  list.
Copy to Prime Minister’s  Office for information.

Promotion of Sports/Games

Promotion of Sports/Games
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports

10-March, 2015 16:09 IST

The Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Youth Affairs and Sports Shri Sarbananda Sonowal has said that present day Indian youth are taking keen interest in outdoor as well as indoor games like Football, Hockey, Basketball, Lawn Tennis, Volleyball, Wrestling, Table Tennis and Badminton etc.

In a written reply in the Lok Sabha today Shri Sonowal said, promotion and development of specific sports disciplines is mainly the responsibility of the concerned National Sports Federations (NSFs). Government supplements the efforts of the NSFs by providing financial assistance to the NSFs under the Scheme of Assistance to NSFs for various activities such as holding coaching camps for national level sportspersons, zonal and national championships for sub-junior, junior and senior categories, organizing International tournaments in India, training and participation of sportspersons/teams in international tournaments abroad, procurement of sports and sports science equipment and consumables, engagement of foreign coaches/experts to train athletes, etc. as per agreed Long Term Development Plans. During the current financial year, an amount of Rs.185 crore has been allocated under this Scheme. State/UT-wise allocation of funds is not made. Financial assistance given to the NSFs during the last three years and current year is given in Annexure I.

The Minister said, for encouraging youth of the country to take to sports, both for participating in sporting activities and for excelling in sporting competitions in National and International tournaments, the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports and Sports Authority of India (SAI) are implementing a number of other Schemes such as Rajiv Gandhi Khel Abhiyan (RGKA) scheme [formerly Panchayat Yuva Krida aur Khel Abhiyan (PYKKA)], Urban Sports Infrastructure Scheme (USIS), National Sports Talent Contest (NSTC) Scheme, Army Boys’ Sports companies (ABSC) Scheme, SAI Training Centers (STC) Scheme, Special Area Games (SAG) Scheme and Centers of Excellence (CoE) Scheme.

Shri Sonowal said, under RGKA, construction of sports complexes is undertaken in each rural block of the country, both for outdoor and indoor sports disciplines, on land measuring about six-seven acres at a cost of Rs. 80 lakh each (Total Rs.1.60 crore). There is also a provision of Rs. 15 lakh for sports equipment to be provided by Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.

He said, under the USIS, 100% financial assistance is given, subject to stipulated ceilings to State Governments, Local Civic Bodies, Schools, Colleges and Universities under Central/State Governments, and Sports Control Boards for development of Synthetic playing surface (for Hockey, and Athletics) and for Multipurpose Indoor Hall.

He said, RGKA & USIS Schemes are open to the entire population, including youth, and aim at mass participation and broad-basing of Sports. No data of youth benefitted from these schemes is maintained. However, under PYKKA, a total of 67,931 playfields were approved during the currency of the scheme, i.e., from 2008-09 to 2013-14, and a total of 57,839 playfields have been developed out of them. The total participation in PYKKA annual sports competitions was about 1.64 crores during the period. Under USIS, a total of 50 projects have been sanctioned, out of which 3 projects have been completed. State/UT-wise details of funds released under RGKA and USIS during the last three years and the current year are given in Annex II-V.

In the revised budgetary provisions for the current financial year, Rs. 705 crores has been allocated to Department of Sports to meet, inter-alia, the expenditure on promotion and development of sports, the Minister added.

Click here to see Annexure

7th Pay Commission Pay calculator and fixation formula Project

7th Pay Commission Pay calculator and fixation formula Project : govtempdiary.com

The expected 7th CPC basic pay given below is created by comparing the previous pay commissions. This is a purely a personal view of http://www.govtempdiary.com/

Let us have a look at how the Basic Pay was determined in the previous pay commissions.
How the 2nd CPC Pay Fixation was created?

The 2nd Pay Commission was created from the 1st pay commission using a point-to point method.

Example sample table:

First pay commission Second pay commission
Rs 30.5-35 Rs 70-1-80-EB-1-85
Rs 35-1-50-2-60 75-1-85-2-95 EB -3-110
Rs 600-10-300-15-450 Rs 325-15-475-EB-20-575

We have attached some samples of the 2nd Pay Commission Pay Scales & fixation Orders(1947)
How the 3rd CPC Pay Fixation formula was created?

Basic pay on 1.1.1973 *****
Dearness pay as on .1.1.1973 *****
Dearness allowance as on 1.1.1973 *****
Interim relief *****
Total amount *****
Add 5% of basic pay *****
Total (New Basic) *****

When we study the Pay Fixation Formula of the 3rd Pay Commission given above, we will come to know that the Basic Pay provided in the 3rdPay Commission is the sum of the 2nd Pay Commission’s Basic Pay, Dearness Pay, Dearness Allowance and Interim Relief and 5% of 2nd Pay Commission’s Basic Pay. To know more about this, kindly see the Fitment Table and the Pay Fixation Order attached.

Download here fitment table-Pay fixation orders (1st upto 6thcpc)

How the 4th CPC Pay Fixation formula was created?

Basic pay as on 1.1.1986 ****
DA ,ADA,and adhoc DA ****
Interim relief first ****
Interim relief second ****
Add 20% basic pay ****
Total (New Basic) ****

When we examine the 4th Pay Commission Pay Fixation shown above, we can understand that the Basic Pay of the 4th Pay Commission is arrived by adding the 3rd Pay Commission’s Basic Pay along with Dearness Allowance, Interim Relief I and II and 20 % of the 3rd Pay Commission’s Basic Pay.
In order to know more about this, please refer to the Fitment table and Pay Fixation orders attached here.

Download here fitment table-Pay fixation orders

Next let us see how the 5th CPC pay fixation was made?

Basic pay on 1.1.1976 ****
Dearness Allowance ****
First interim relief ****
Second interim relief ****
Add 40% basic pay ****
If increment (1,2 ,3) ****
Total (New Basic) ****

If we study the Pay Fixation formula of the 5thPay commission, we can find that the Basic Pay of the 5th Pay Commission is fixed by combining the 4th Commission Basic Pay, Dearness Allowance, Interim Relief I and II and by adding40% of the 4th Commission’s Basic Pay. To know more about this please refer the Fitment Tableand the Pay Fixation order forms attached below.(Pay commission recommend 20% after it will be change to 40%)

Download here fitment table— Pay fixation orders

How the 6th CPC pay fixation formed?

On what basis is the minimum Pay Band & Grade Pay created?

Pay fixation in case where pay scales have been merged e.g pre revised pay scale of Rs of 5000-8000,5500-9000 and Rs 6500-10500

Existing scale pay Rs 5000-150-8000
Pay band applicable PB-2 Rs 9300-34800
Merged with the scale of pay Rs 6500-200-10500
Existing basic pay on 1.1.2006 Rs 5600
Pay after multiplication by a factor of 1.86 (How to come 1.86)
Rs 10416(Rounded off to Rs 10420)
Pay in the pay band after including benefit Rs 10420
40% of the maximum of the basic pay in each of the pre-revised pay scale (10500*40/100=4200)click here to get full details
How to come grade pay this amount(click here)
Revised basic pay –Total of pay in pay band and grade pay(New Basic) Rs.14620

If you look at the 6th Pay Commission Pay Fixation formula, we can find a difference in that the Basic Pay is divided in to two as to Pay Band and Grade Pay. Based on this, the Pay Band is arrived by summing up the 5th Pay Commission Basic Pay, Dearness Pay and Dearness Allowance (1.86 Multiple Factor). 40% of the Maximum of pre revised Pay Scale of the 5th Pay Commission is added to the Grade Pay that is paid as usual and the Grade Pay is determined.

Download here 6th cpc fitment table-
Click here to learn how the Pay Band and Grade Pay came into practice.

7th CPC Pay Fixation Formula Project

If you look at the timetable above, a fact becomes clear. The Basic Pay in every new pay commission is derived by combining the Basic Pay from the previous pay commission and additional benefits like DA, Interim Relief I and II, and DP. Along with this a percentage is taken from the old Basic Pay and added to the above sum and given as new Basic Pay.

In the 6th Pay Commission alone, the total sum (that is got by adding) is given as Pay Band and a percentage from the usually paid additional amount is given as Grade Pay. Based on the above Pay Commissions,(3rd CPC 5%,4th CPC 20%,5th cpc,40%,6th cpc 40% Exiting maximum pre -revised pay scale) approximately 50% has been added from the previous Basic Pay along with the Basic Pay and Dearness Allowance and the formula for the 7th Pay Commission Pay fixation projected thus arrived is given below

Basic pay as on an Jan 2016 *****
Dearness allowance *****
Add 50% of basic pay  *****
Total of 7th cpc basic pay (Projected) *****

Pay Band and Grade Pay are not shown separately
6thCPC Pay Band 6thCPC Grade pay 6th CPC Basic Pay 7th CPC PROJECTED BASIC PAY
50%  BASED 60 %BASED 70 % BASED
Pay Band – 1 5200-20200 1800 7000 18830 19530 20230
1900 7100 19100 19810 20520
2000 7200 19370 20090 20810
2400 7600 20450 21210 21970
2800 8000 21520 22320 23120
Pay Band – II 9300 – 34800 4200 13500 36320 37670 39020
4600 13700 36860 38230 39600
4800 13900 37400 38790 40180
5400 14500 39010 40460 41910
Pay Band – III 15600 – 39100 5400 21000 56490 58590 60690
6600 22200 59720 61940 64160
7600 23200 62410 64730 67050
Pay Band – IV 37400 – 67000 8700 46100 124010 128620 133230
8900 46300 124550 129180 133810
10000 47400 127510 132250 136990
12000 49400 132890 137830 142770

A certain percentage of the amount which is paid additionally is not same for all the scales. For some scales it is more and so favourable. That is why they have created the 7th CPC projector pay calculator in three different varieties.

Source: http://www.govtempdiary.com/

Sale of PENTAMOBILES Phones available now at Post Offices – Postal Department

Mobile Phones available now at Post Offices – Department of Posts has tied up with Pantel Technologies

The Department of Posts has tied up with M/s. Pantel Technologies Private Limited for sale of ‘PF 301 – Bharath Phone’ through identified Post Offices in Tamilnadu. Initially the scheme has been launched at 400 Post Offices across Tamilnadu, with effect from 02.03.2015.

PF 301 Bharath Phone is a dual sim phone with 2.8” screen size and built in internet access. The cost of the phone is Rs.1,999/-, with a free talk time of 1999 minutes on BSNL network. The existing BSNL sim can also be recharged with this Damaka Plan.The phone instrument comes with a one year warranty. The phone has the modern features such as Whatsapp, Bluetooth, mobile tracker, torch, internet browsing, etc.

A model phone will be available at all the identified Post Offices for the public to view before their purchase. The public are requested to make use of the opportunity to purchase the mobile phone with exciting features and offers at a very nominal price!

India Post has tied up with M/s. Pantel Technologies Private Limited for the sales of their Bharath Phone through Post Offices and whereas M/s. Pantel Technologies Private Limited will take care of all the other matters like services and complaints.

Click here to download the list of Post Offices selling Bharath Phones

Efforts to improve better living, working and service condition for CAPF Personnel

Efforts to improve better living, working and service condition for CAPF Personnel

The Government keeps on making efforts to improve better living, working and service condition for force personnel. The following measures have been taken in this regard:-
i) Implementing a transparent, rational and fair leave policy;

ii) Grant of leave to the force personnel to attend to their urgent domestic issues and social commitments;

iii) Regular interaction, both formal and informal, among Commanders, officers and troops to find out and address their problems;

iv) Revamping of grievances redressal machinery;

v) Regulating duty hours to ensure adequate rest and relief;

vi) Improving living conditions through provision of basic amenities/facilities for troops and their families;

vii) Government has approved extensionof the facility of retention of Government accommodation at the last place of posting for CAPF personnel deployed/posted in Left Wing Extremism affected areas/ districts (except State capitals), as notified by the Government of India from time to time, on payment of flat rate/normal license fee. This facility is already being given to the Force personnel in case of posting to NE States and J&K State.

viii) Motivating the forces through increased risk/hardship and other allowances such as Detachment Allowance, Kit Maintenance Allowance, Washing Allowance, Ration Money Allowance, MARCOS etc;

ix) Provision of STD telephone facilities to the troops to facilitate being in touch with their family members and to reduce tension in the remote locations;

x) Officers and Jawans serving in hard area are being given preference for posting to soft/static locations as per their choice to the extent possible;

xi) Better medical facilities for troop and their families including introduction of Composite Hospitals with specialized facilities;

xii) Organising talks by doctors and other specialists to address their personal and psychological concerns;

xiii) Yoga and meditation classes for better stress management;

xiv) Treating the hospitalization period due to injury suffered by CRPF personnel during the course of duty to be treated as duty.

xv) Adequate steps have been taken in all establishments to provide and upkeep the recreational and sport facilities. Force personnel are encouraged constantly to actively participate in sports and games;

xvi) Providing welfare measures like Central Police canteen facility to the troops and their families, scholarships to their wards, etc;

xvii) Giving status of ex-CAPF personnel to the retired personnel of CAPF, which is expected to boost the morale of the existing CAPFs personnel and also expected to provide better identity, community recognition and thus higher esteem and pride in the society to the Ex-CAPF personnel;

xviii) CRPF campus at various locations are renewed and upgraded according to present scenario. Adequate basic amenities like toilets, bathrooms, drinking water points, messing for both male and female are available. Mobile toilets are also provided to troops for use during operational duty.

xix) Force campuses are kept clean and sanitation rounds are done by medical officers to monitor and keep up the hygiene status of the campus.

xx) Schemes have been implemented for facilitating the women personnel i.e. Gender Sensitization, Health care Centre, improvised service, nutritional care centre etc;

xxi) in addition to the above, the female personnel are liberally given Child Care Leave (CCL);

xxii) Crèche is also established at various group Centres/Units locations to facilitate the female employees;

xxiii) The air courier service facility has been extended to CAPF personnel deployed in remote areas of North east and Jammu & Kashmir region including Leh as a welfare measure;

xxiv) Promotions are being released regularly to the eligible personnel as and when vacancies arise in the next higher rank;

xxv) To increase the promotional avenues for CRPF Jawans. CRPF has been instructed to carry out Cadre Reviews regularly as per the DoP&T guidelines.

xxvi) The financial benefits under Modified Assured Career Progression (MACP) Scheme and Senior Time Scale (STS) Scheme are given in time as per the rules to the eligible personnel in case they do not get promotion for want of vacancies;

xxvii) Relaxations are considered in residency/qualifying service, where there exist vacancies but the personnel in feeder grade are short of meeting the eligibility condition;

xxviii) The doctors are given time bound promotion upto the rank of Commandant (Grade Pay of Rs. 8,700/-) and time bound financial up-gradation to the further two ranks i.e. to Deputy Inspector General (Grade Pay Rs. 8,900/-) and Inspector General (Grade Pay Rs. 10,000/-).

xxix) On the recommendations of the 6th CPC, Government has introduced ASI rank in the General Duty of CAPFs including CRPF. This has reduced the stagnation in the rank of Head Constable.

Above said statement was submitted by MHA in para (d) of reply of Lok Sabha US question as per detail below:-


ANSWERED ON 24.02.2015


151 . Subbareddy Shri Yerram Venkata
Raajhaa Shri Anwhar
Manjhi Shri Hari
Mahendran Shri C.
P. Shri Nagarajan
Chavan Shri Ashok Shankarrao
Chavan Shri Harishchandra Deoram
Shah Smt. Mala Rajya Laxmi

Will the Minister of HOME AFFAIRS be pleased to state:-

(a) whether a recent report prepared on the state of affairs of the Central Reserve Police Forces (CRPF) has indicated that continuous deployment in high intensity conflict areas is forcing the jawans and officers to suffer from large scale `Social Ostracism`;

(b) if so, the details thereof and the corrective steps taken/being taken by the Government in this regard;

(c) whether there are reports that the youths are reluctant to join CRPF and if so, the details thereof and the reaction of the Government thereto; and

(d) the comprehensive measures being taken by the Government for ensuring better living and working conditions of both male/female personnel, bringing more promotional avenues for CRPF jawans, boosting the morale of the personnel and to facilitate their involvement in society?


(a) & (b): No Madam, there is no such report in the recent.

(c): There are no such reports. However, as per the information received from the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), only about 6% of candidates selected in the year 2012 and 5% in the year 2013 did not join.

(d): The Government keeps on making efforts to improve better living, working and service condition for force personnel. The following measures have been taken in this regard:- *see the beginning of the post*

Source: LokSabha.nic.in

Railways Takes Measures to Enhance Safety & Security of Passengers

Railways Takes Measures to Enhance Safety & Security of Passengers

  The measures taken by the Railways to improve safety and security of passengers are as under:-

1. On vulnerable and identified routes/ sections, 1300 trains (on an average) are escorted by Railway Protection Force daily, in addition to 2200 trains escorted by Government Railway Police of different States daily.

2. An Integrated Security System consisting of electronic surveillance of vulnerable stations through Close Circuit Television Camera Network, access control, Anti-sabotage checks has been finalized to strengthen surveillance mechanism over 202 sensitive Railway stations.

3. Security Helpline Number ‘182’ has been operational at all zonal railways to enable all rail passengers including ladies in distress to seek security related assistance round the clock.

4. To empower the RPF to create a more effective security mechanism over Indian Railways, a proposal for amendment in the RPF Act has been moved by the Ministry of Railways with the approval of the Ministries of Law and Justice and Home Affairs.

5. RPF holds regular coordination meetings with State Police at all levels to ensure proper registration and investigation of crime by Government Railway Police (GRP).

Policing on Railways is a State Subject and prevention of crime, registration of cases and their investigation in Railway premises as well as on running trains including creation of secure environment for women passengers are, therefore, the statutory responsibility of the State Governments, which they discharge through Government Railway Police (GRP) of the States concerned. However, Railway Protection Force (RPF) supplements the efforts of Government Railway Police by deploying its staff for escorting of important trains in affected areas and access control duties at important and sensitive stations.

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

Source: PIB

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