Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Meetings held by 7th Pay Commission (as on 12.5.2015)

Meetings held by 7th Pay Commission (as on 12.5.2015)
Meetings held by 7th CPC

Date Meeting with
12.05.2015 At Guwahati: AIS officers of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh
11.05.2015 At Shillong: AIS Officers of Meghalaya; Commissioner, Central Excise and Customs; DG Assam Rifles; IG CRPF; Secretary NEC; Regional Coordination Committee of Central Government Employees & Workers, North Eastern Region; Accounts Category-III Association; NIC Meghalaya
10.05.2015 At Shillong: NR Railway Pensioners’ Association; Depot Fire Staff Welfare Committee; Zoological Survey of India; Survey of India; Botanical Survey of India; Additional PCCF, MOEF
07.05.2015 Associations of Group A Engineering Services
06.05.2015 Delhi Prosecutors Welfare Association; Delhi Information & Public Relation Officers Association
02.05.2015 Associations of Officers representing Indian Cost Accounts Service, IES, Indian Statistical Service
01.05.2015 FROA; Associations of Officers representing IRTS, IRSSE, IRAS, IOFS
30.04.2015 Associations of Officers representing Indian Postal Service, Indian P&T Finance & Accounts Service, IDAS, Indian Legal Service
29.04.2015 Associations of Officers representing IA&AS, Indian Civil Accounts Service, IRS, IC&CES
28.04.2015 Associations of Officers representing IPS, Indian Foreign Service, IIS
27.04.2015 Associations of Officers representing IAS, Indian Forest Service
17.04.2015 Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC); Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB); Competition Commission of India (CCI)
16.04.2015 Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI); Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI); Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA); Warehousing Development Regulatory Authority (WDRA); Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India (AERAI)
14.04.2015 National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR)
13.04.2015 National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR)
08.04.2015 All India Railwaymen Federation (AIRF)
07.04.2015 All India Railwaymen Federation (AIRF)
06.04.2015 National Federation of Atomic Energy; Central Secretariat Non-Gazetted Employees’ Union
31.03.2015 Indian National Defence Workers Federation (INDWF); Bharatiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh
30.03.2015 All India Defence Employees’ Federation (AIDEF); Confederation of Defence Recognized Associations (CDRA)
27.03.2015 Income Tax Employees’ Federation; Indian Audit & Accounts Service Officers Association
26.03.2015 Federation of National Postal Organizations
25.03.2015 National Federation of Postal Employees
24.03.2015 National Council, JCM – Staff Side
23.03.2015 National Council, JCM – Staff Side
25.02.2015 National Council, JCM – Staff Side
17.02.2015 Bharat Pensioners’ Samaj; Central Government Pensioners, Welfare Association; India Ex-Services League; National Ex-Servicemen Co-ordination Committee
05.02.2015 At Port Blair: Central Government Employees Welfare Coordination Committee; Federation of Pharmacist Association (FIPO); Pensioners Association (JN Chander); Central Islands Agricultural Research Institute; Specialist Doctors Association; Light House and Light Ships Staff Association; Andaman and Nicobar Group “D” Medical Employees Association; Andaman and Nicobar Island Doctors Health Service Association; Andaman and Nicobar Teachers’ Association
04.02.2015 At Port Blair: Tech. Staff Association Andaman Lakshadweep Harbour Works; Andaman and Nicobar Forest Executive Staff Association; All India Forest Range Officers Federation; A&N Islands State Forest Service Association; Employees of Agriculture Department; The Non Gazetted Government Officers’ Association; Andaman Technical Agriculture Employees Association; Government Employees Federation; Botanical Survey of India Employees Association; Andaman & Nicobar Islands Cooperative Department Executive Employees Association; Sub Committee on IT Non Gazetted Government Officers’ Association; Akhil Bharatiya Rashtriya Shaishhik Mahasangh
14.01.2015 At Kolkata: All India Railway Accounts Staff Association, SER Chapter; Technical Assistants’ Association of IIEST; All India Postal Stenographers’ Association; Eastern Railwaymen’s Congress (ERMC); All India Data Processing Officers’ Association; National Institute for the Orthopedically Handicapped Staff Association; Commercial Intelligence Union; Commercial Intelligence and Statistics Employees Association; Employees’ Association, CAT-III, Office of AG, WB; All India Customs Ministerial Officers’ Association; All India Customs Ministerial Employees Federation; National Library Employees Association; East Coast Railway Engineers’ Association; The Company Law Administrative Employees Association; Joint Council of Action of Income Tax Associations, WB; MTP Railwaymen’s Union
13.01.2015 At Kolkata: All India P&T SC/ST Employees’ Welfare Association, WB Postal Circle; All India (Postal) Administrative Offices Employees Union; Postal Engineers’ Association; National Atlas & Thematic Mapping Organization Employees’ Association; IAS Officers’ Association; Indian Forest Service (IFS) Officers’ Association; IPS Officers’ Association; GSI Scientific Officers’ Association (GSISOA); GSI Employees Association; BARC Officers’ Association; All India Postal Administrative Offices’ Association; National Library Staff Association; National Defence Non-Gazetted Staff Association; National Defence Group ‘B’ Gazetted Officers’ Association; OFB Retired Employees’ Association; All India Ordnance Factories Teaching Staff Association; Indian Railway Medical Laboratory Technologists Association; Indian Ordnance Factory Gazetted Officers Association; National Federation of Printing, Stationery and Publication Employees
15.12.2014 At Jodhpur: Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti; All Staff & Welfare Inspectors of North Western Railway; Retired ICAR Employees Welfare Society (RICAREWES); National Union of Postal Employees (Group-C); All India Train Controllers Association; KVS; All India Ex Para Military Association; Legal Men’s Association (Railways); BRO; Rajasthan Radiographer Association
12.12.2014 At Jodhpur: Laboratory Technician Union, Rajasthan; Aids Control Employees Infection Diseases Centre; Coordinating Committee Central Government Pensioners Organisation, Rajasthan State; All India Pensioners’ Forum for Retired Officers of Central Ex. Customs & Service Tax Deptt.; Defence Laboratories Employees Union; All India Association of Clerical Employees of Ordnance Factories (AIACEOF); Rashtriya Raksha Ayudh Karamchari Sangh; North West Railway Engineers Association; Association of Railway Nurses of India; Indian Railways Technical Supervisors Association; All India Loco Running Staff Association; Public Prosecutors RPF
29.11.2014 Registrar (Administration), Supreme Court of India
27.11.2014 Indian Defence Service Engineers
19.11.2014 At Hyderabad: South Central Railways Employees Sangh; SVP NPA Employees’ Association; Nuclear Fuel Complex, IWU, NUFCOSSA and NFCSAA; Rail Mazdoor Union; All India MES Civilian Engineers’ Association; NIMS Paramedicals Employees Union & Society of Indian Radiographers; All India Central Government Deaf Employees; Scientific Workers Association; All India Retired Railmen’s Federation; All India MES Civilian Engineers’ Association (AIMCEA); ISRO Retired Employees’ Forum; Postal Officers Pension Association; Accountant General Office Pensioners Association; Naval Armament Inspectors Organization; National Defence Group “B” Gazetted Officers’ Association (NDGBGOA); Ordnance Factory Mazdoor Sangh; Government Employees National Confederation (GENC); South Central Railway Engineers Association (SCREA)
12.11.2014 At Shimla: HP State Coordination Committee of Central Govt. Employees and Workers; SAS (Accounts) Association; Central Research Institute Employees’ Association; All India NIC S&T Officers’ Association; All India Postal Administrative Officers’ Employees Union Group “C” and “D” NFPE; All India Association of Inspectors and Assistants Superintendents, Posts; All India Postal Employees Union Group “C”; IAS Officers’ Association
09.11.2014 At Mumbai: IPS Association, Maharashtra; Assistant Audit Officers’ Association; Competent Authority – SAFEMA/NDPSA; Indian Revenue Service Promotee Officers’ Association; Indian Revenue Service Association, Mumbai; Films Division Cameramen; Indian Naval Armament Service Association; Directorate of Marketing and Inspection Employees’ Association, Forest Survey of India
08.11.2014 At Mumbai: All India Defence Pharmacist Association; Orthotics and Prosthetics Association of India; All India CGHS Employees’ Association; All India Association of Statistical Investigators; National Railway Mazdoor Union; All India Naval Technical Supervisory Staff Association; Ordnance Factories Group B Gazetted Officers; National Defence Non-Gazetted Staff Association; All India Association of Non-Gazetted Officers; The Naval Employees’ Union, National Defence Group ‘B’ Gazetted Officers Association
07.11.2014 At Mumbai: ISRO Pensioners’ Association; Directorate of Purchase and Stores Employees’ Association; Atomic Energy Workers and Staff Union; National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees; Atomic Energy Workers and Staff Union; BARC Employees’ Association, Tarapur; All India Association of Inspectors and Assistant Superintendents; All India Savings Bank Control Employees’ Union; All India Central Labour Welfare Organization Staff Association; Central Government Pensioners’ Welfare Association
06.11.2014 At Mumbai: Central Railway Promotee Officers’ Association; Central Railway Mazdoor Sangh; All India Train Controllers’ Association; Central Railway Engineers’ Association; Bhartiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh; All India Loco Running Staff Association; Western Railway Motormen’s Association; Indian Railways Radiographers’ Association; All India Loco Inspectors’ Welfare Association; Rashtriya Bhartiya Khani Vibhag Karmchari Sangh; Indian Bureau of Mines Employees’ Association; Central Water and Power Research Station; Indian Forest Service Association, Maharashtra
30.10.2014 S30 Retired Pensioners’ Association; PFRDA
29.10.2014 Director General and Other officers of Defence Estate
13.10.2014 At Leh: Personnel of Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Defence Institute of High Altitude Research, DRDO, BRO, ITBP, MES, All Ladakh Central Government Employees Association
09.10.2014 At Dehradun: Non-Gazetted Officers’ Association, LBSNAA; National Institute for the Visually Handicapped Employees’ Union; Ministerial Staff Association, Survey of India; Topographical Staff Association, Survey of India; Class III Service Association, Survey of India; Central Government Library Association; Faculty, Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy; Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy Staff Association; Faculty, Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education
08.10.2014 At Dehradun: National Defence Medical Laboratory Technical Staff Association; All India Association of Clerical Employees of Ordnance Factories; Employees Union Ordnance Factory, Dehradun; All India Association of Non-Gazetted Officers of Ordnance & Equipment Factories and Quality Assurance Organization; Staff Association, Rashtriya Indian Military College; All India DGQA Engineers Association; Wildlife Institute of India
24.09.2014 Indian Ex-servicemen Movement
23.09.2014 CRPF Officers
22.09.2014 BSF Officers; Forum of retired CAPF officers
17.09.2014 Aviation Research Centre
16.09.2014 RPF Group ‘A’ Officers, IIM Bangalore
15.09.2014 Disabled War Veterans (DISWAVE) Association, DG Bureau of Police Research and Development
26.08.2014 At Bangalore: IAS Officers’ Association, IPS Officers’ Association, IFS Officers’ Association
25.08.2014 At Bangalore: IIM Bangalore, ISRO
24.08.2014 At Bangalore: Army Base Workshop (EME) Diploma Holders Association, Bangalore, Air Force Store Keepers Association, All India NCC Defence Civilian Employees Association, Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers – Karnataka State, Atomic Energy Employees Federation, All India Central Excise Inspectors Association, The Indian Hospital Pharmacist Association, Indian Railway Loco Runningmen Organisation, South Western Railways Engineers Association, Railway Wheel Factory, South Western Railway Employees Sangh, All India DRDO Personal Staff Association, DoS Pensioners Forum, Central Government Pensioners Association, Indian Institute of Horticulture Research Employees’ Association, NIMHANS, Veterans Association, All India Loco Running Staff Association
21.08.2014 Physiotherapy Forum; Indian Ordnance Factories Group’B’ Gazetted Officers Association
20.08.2014 Commissioner, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan; Commissioner, Navodaya Vidyalaya Sangathan
24.07.2014 Confederation of Central Government Gazetted Officers Association; National Ex-Servicemen Co-ordination Committee; Indian Ex-Services League
23.07.2014 Bharat Central Pensioners Federation; Bharat Pensioners Samaj; Group ‘B’ Indian Information Service Association; Indian Postal Service Officers Association; DANICS Officers Association; Group ‘B’ Indian Ordnance Gazetted Officers Association
22.07.2014 Police Commissioner, Delhi; DG Coast Guard; IOFS Officers Association
21.07.2014 Director, IB; Director, CBI; Director, RAW
19.06.2014 Indian Economic Service Officers Association; Indian Statistical Service Officers Association; IFS Officers Association; DGs of CAPFs (BSF+ITBP+Assam Rifles+Sashastra Seema Suraksha Bal); DGs of CAPFs (CISF+CRPF+NSC)
18.06.2014 IFS Officers Association; PFRDA; Officers of Department of Financial Services, MOF; Officers of Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare; P&T Finance Accounts Gr.A Officers Association; IRAS Officers Association; Central Health Service Association
17.06.2014 IAS Officers’ Association; Central Engineering Services Officers’ Association (Water+Power+Architecture); Central Engineering Services Officers’ Association (Civil+Electrical+Mechanical+Road Transport+Telecom); Income Tax Officers’ Association; Custom Officers Association; Central Excise Officers Association
16.06.2014 IPS Officers’ Association; Representative of Pay Commission cells of Army, Navy and Airforce; Indian Audit and Accounts Service Association; Cost Accounts Association; Civil Accounts Association; Federation of Railway Officers

Railways: Indigenous system of medicine-Homeopathic/Ayurvedic dispensaries-revised policy reg.

Railways: Indigenous system of medicine-Homeopathic/Ayurvedic dispensaries-revised policy reg.


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
RAILWAY BOARD

No. E(W)2013/ISM/1
New Delhi dated 18.05.2015.

The General Managers (Personnel)
All Indian Railways including
Production Units.

Sub: Indigenous system of medicine-Homeopathic/Ayurvedic dispensaries-revised policy reg.
Kindly refer to Board’s guidelines on the issue of Indigenous system of medicine issued under Board’s letter dated 23.7.2014 in the subject matter.

2. Pursuant to the requests received from the federations and zonal railways, Board have reconsidered the matter and have decided as follows:
(i) The ceiling limit of the number of Homeopathic and Ayurvedic dispensaries fixed vide Board’s instructions dated 23.7.2014 stands withdrawn. As such there will be no ceiling limit on the number of dispensaries in each zone/PU etc till further decision is taken in the matter.

(ii) The existing consultants working in 8 hourly Homeopathic and Ayurvedic dispensaries may be allowed to continue, with the approval of respective SBF Committee. fresh engagement in these dispensaries should be done on 4 hourly basis.

(iii) The facilities extended to the practitioners (in 8 hourly dispensaries) prior to issue of aforesaid instructions dated 23.7.2014 may continue till such time they remained engaged with the approval of SBF Committee.

(iv) Monthly honorarium for Ayurvedic Dispenser working in 8 hourly and 4 hourly basis stands revised to Rs.9000/- and Rs.7100/-.

(v) Monthly subsidy on medicines for Ayurvedic Dispensaries stands revised to Rs.9800/-.

3. Other terms and conditions as stipulated vide Board’s letter dated 23.7.2014 would continue to be the same.

4. These orders are applicable from the date of issue of Board’s letter dated 23.7.2014 excluding-items at (iv) and (v) above which will be effective from the date of issue of this letter.

5. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of Ministry of Railways.

Please acknowledge receipt.

(Debasis Mazumdar)
Director Estt.(Welfare)
Railway Board
Source: NIFR
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Measures for pension beneficiaries under EPF

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
RAJYA SABHA

QUESTION NO 1966
ANSWERED ON 13.05.2015
Measures for pension beneficiaries under EPF
1966 Dr. Satyanarayan Jatiya

Will the Minister of LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT be pleased to state the measures taken by Government to meet the demands of pension beneficiaries under the Employees' Provident Fund Pension Scheme, 1995 for increasing minimum pension to a respectable level of Rs. 3000 for better standard of living and provision for Dearness Allowance as per price index and fixation of pension on the basis of total length of service?

ANSWER

MINISTER OF STATE (IC) FOR LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT (SHRI BANDARU DATTATREYA)

As per the provisions contained in the Employees’ Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995, pension to employees who joined on or after 16.11.1995 is calculated on the basis of pensionable service and pensionable salary. EPS, 1995 is a largely self-funded scheme with combined features of “Defined Benefit” and “Defined Contribution.” Accordingly, the Scheme describes the rate of contribution payable as well as the scale of benefits admissible. Para 32 of the EPS, 1995 provides for annual valuation of Employees’ Pension Fund by a Valuer appointed by the Central Government. Based on the results of such valuations and health of Employees’ Pension Fund and to ensure the sustainability and viability of EPS, 1995, actuarial impact on the Scheme due to any increase in benefit is required to be kept in view. Therefore, providing a minimum pension of Rs. 3,000/- to lakhs of existing pensioners and crores of prospective pensioners has very huge financial implications and could jeopardize the existence of the Pension Fund itself.
However, Government vide notification No. GSR 593 (E) dated 19.08.2014 implemented the provision of minimum pension of Rs.1,000/- per month with effect from 01.09.2014 for the financial year 2014-15 by providing budgetary support keeping in view the interest of the most vulnerable sections. The Union Cabinet in its meeting held on 29.04.2015 has approved the continuation of minimum pension of Rs. 1,000/- per month in perpetuity under EPS, 1995 beyond 2014-15 with certain conditionalities.
Further, index-linking of pension, i.e., increase in pension to fully neutralize inflation was considered by the Expert Committee constituted by the Government to review EPS, 1995, and the same was found not feasible through a funded scheme like EPS, 1995 wherein the contribution of employer and Government is at a fixed rate of 8.33 per cent and 1.16 per cent.

Source: ENGLISH VERSION HINDI_VERSION

Central Government Employees: No LTC in case of posting in home town

Central Government Employees: No LTC in case of posting in home town

New Delhi: Employees who are posted in their home town cannot take Leave Travel Concession (LTC), the Centre has said.

“Government employees whose headquarters or place of posting and home town are one and the same are not eligible for home town LTC,” it said.

Besides, these employees cannot convert home town LTC to avail special concession scheme to travel to North East region, Jammu and Kashmir, and Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) said in its Office Memorandum No.31011 /4/2007-Estt.(A-IV) dated May 18.
However, government employees whose headquarters are Delhi and reside in cities or towns outside the national capital and falling in other states of National Capital Region (NCR) are eligible for home town concession, the order said.

Every new recruit in government service is required to declare his or her home town to avail the benefits of LTC.

The LTC allows grant of leave and ticket reimbursement to eligible central government employees to travel to their home towns.

However, the government has recently allowed employees to visit North-East region and Jammu and Kashmir, among others, in order to promote tourism and increase people-to-people contact.

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Dopt Clarification on LTC – Eligibility of Home Town Concession- FAQ

Dopt Clarification on LTC – Eligibility of Home Town Concession- Frequently Asked Questions

G.I., Dept. of Per. & Trg., O.M.No. 31011/4/2007-Estt.(A-IV), dated 18.5.2015

Subject: Central Civil Services (Leave Travel Concession) Rules, 1988- Clarification regarding eligibility of Home Town Concession- Frequently Asked Questions.

The undersigned is directed to say that this Department receives a number of references from Government servants/ various Ministries/Departments seeking clarifications regarding the eligibility of Government employees in respect of Home Town LTC. The point of doubts raised and their clarifications are as under :-

ltc
S.No. / Query / Clarification

1. Whether the employees whose Headquarters/ Place of posting and Home Town are same, are eligible for Home Town LTC?
No. Government employees whose headquarters/place of posting and Home Town are one and the same are not eligible for Home Town LTC.

2. Whether the employees who are not eligible for Home Town LTC may avail the Special Concession scheme of conversion of Home Town LTC to travel to North East Region, allowed by DoPT’s 31011/3/2014-Estt.A-IV 26.09.2014?
No. Employees whose Home Town & Headquarters are same are not eligible for Home town LTC and hence, the question of conversion of Home Town LTC to travel to these places under special concession scheme does not arise.

3. Whether the employees residing in cities / towns outside Delhi which fall under other states of National Capital Region (NCR) are eligible for Home Town Concession?
Yes, Cities/Towns which outside Delhi and fall in other states of NCR are not to be treated as Delhi Headquarters. Hence, the Government employees whose headquarters are Delhi and reside in cities/towns outside Delhi falling in other states of NCR, are eligible for Jammu & Kashmir & Andaman & Nicobar Islands as eligible for Home Town Concession.

Authority: www.persmin.gov.in

Medical Care for ECHS Beneficiaries in Remote/Hilly Areas.

Medical Care for ECHS Beneficiaries in Remote/Hilly Areas: Amendment in letter dated 25-04-2007


Central Organisation, ECHS
Adjutant General's Branch
Integrated Headquarters
Ministry of Defence (Army)
Maude Lines
Delhi Cantt-110010
I B/49774/AG/ECHS/Referral/2015
14 May 15
MEDICAL CARE FOR ECHS BENEFICIARIES IN REMOTE/HILLY AREAS
1. Ref this organization letter No B/49774-P/AG/ECHS/Referral dt 25 Apr 07.



2. The following amendments are hereby made at Para 2 of letter under reference:-

(a) For

Applicable for residents of following states only:-
(i) Himachal Pradesh.
(ii) Uttaranchal.
(iii) North Eastern States of Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya (less district Shillong).
(iv) West Bengal : District - Darjeeling only.
(v) Karnataka : District - Chikmagalur and Kodagu only.
(vi) Tamil Nadu : Distict _- Nilgris only.
(vii) Chhattisgarh : District - Bastar and Dantewara only.
(viii) Orissa : District - Koraput and Mayurbhanj only.

(b) Read

Applicable for residents of following states only:-
(i) Himachal Pradesh.
(ii) Uttaranchal.
(iii) North Eastern States of Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya (less district Shillong).
(iv) West Bengal : District - Darjeeling only.
(v) Karnataka : District - Chikmagalur and Kodagu only.
(vi) Tamil Nadu : Distict - Nilgris only.
(vii) Chhattisgarh : District - Bastar and Dantewara only.
(viii). Orissa : District - Koraput and Mayurbhanj only.
(ix) Madhya Pradesh : District - Hoshangabad only.

sd/-
(Vijay Anand)
Col
Dir (Med)
for offg MD


Central Organisation, ECHS
Adjutant General's Branch
Integrated Headquarters
Ministry of Defence (Army)
Maude Lines
Delhi Cantt-110010

B/49774-P/AG/ECHS/Referral
05 Apr 07

MEDICAL CARE FOR ECHS BENEFICIARIES IN REMOTE/HILLY AREAS

1. Representations have been received from the environment that beneficiaries residing in remote/hilly areas face great inconvenience for getting referrals even for minor ailments from their nearest polyclinics due to distance/terrain.

2. It has been decided that ECHS beneficiaries will henceforth be permitted to avail the facilities/services of nearest Govt Health Care Centres/ Primary Health Centre/ Govt Hospitals (deemed empanelled) without prior referral from the polyclinic subject to the  following conditions:-

(a) Distance from nearest polyclinic should be more than 50 Kms.

*(b) Applicable for residents of following states only
(i) Jammu & Kashmir.
(ii) Himachal Pradesh.
(iii) Uttaranchal.
(iv) North Eastern States of ‘Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Tripura and Nagaland.
(v) West Bengal : District Darjiling only.
(vi) Karnataka : District - Chikmagalur, Kodagu only. 
(vii) Tamilnadu : District -Nilgris only.
(vii) Chhattisgarh : District - Bastar and Dantewara only.
(viii) Orissa : District - Koraput only.
* Amended vide B/49774-P/AG/ECHS/Referral dated 25-Apr-07

(c) Treatment permitted for maximum period of 07 days.

3. Parent Polyclinic will be notified of such treatment undertaken at the earliest (within two working days). Info can be sent by person/telephone/mail/fax/telegram. Parent polyclinic will generate a referral immediately on receipt of information and attach the same with the claim when received. Claims for reimbursement of expenditure incurred should be submitted to Parent Polyclinic within one month of completion of treatment.
The claim will include the following:- 

(a) Application of claim by the member. Summary of case including diagnosis and outcome/ fiirther advise by treating doctor/hospital to be enclosed.
(b) Photocopy of ECHS Smart Card/Regn Slip.
(c) Prescription/Clinical notes of treating doctor.
(d) Bills of medicines/investigation/treatment procedure in original duly authenticated by treating doctor/hospital, alongwith a photocopy. In cases of treatment in Govt Hospitals, consultation is normally free; Bills, therefore, would pertain to medicines and treatment /investigation charges only, as applicable.

4. The bills will be processed by Parent Polyclinic as per procedure laid down vide this HQ letter No B/49773/AG/ECHS dated 25 May 04 read in conjunction with this HQ letter No B/49773/AG/ECHS/R dt 28 Oct 04 for treatment in Govt Hospital, and payment made through cash assignment of local Station Headquarters. Sanction of Central orgainsation ECHS is not required.

5. In cases of Emergency, patients can get admitted to any hospital. Emergency bills will continue to be processed as per existing instructions. Similarly in cases where further treatment is advised by local Govt Hosp, and/or major treatment procedure is required, patient will be referred to suitable Service/Empanelled Hospital through Parent Polyclinic as per existing procedure.
Maj Gen
MD ECHS

Source: http://echs.gov.in/images/pdf/med/med133.pdf

Amendment in General Conditions of Contract(GCC)-2014 - Payment of wages to the labour by Contractor

Amendment in General Conditions of Contract(GCC)-2014 - Payment of wages to the labour by Contractor: Clarification by CPWD


CENTRAL PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
No. DG/SE/CM/CON/283
ISSUED BY AUTHORITY OF DIRECTOR GENERAL, CPWD

NIRMAN BHAWAN NEW DELHI
DATED: 05.05.2015

Subject: Amendment in General Conditions of Contract(GCC)-2014 - Payment of wages to the labour by Contractor.

The following provision of C.P.W.D. Contractor’s Labour Regulations of GCC-2014 are amended:-

Existing Provision 
 Modified Provision
C.P.W.D. Contractor’s Labour Regulations

5. PAYMENT OF WAGES
C.P.W.D. Contractor’s Labour Regulations

5. PAYMENT OF WAGES
vi) Wages due to every worker shall be paid to him direct or to other person authorized by him in this behalf.
vi) Wages due to every worker shall be paid to him direct by contractor through Bank or ECS or online transfer to his bank account.
vii) All wages shall be paid in current coin or currency or in both. vii) All wages shall be paid through Bank or ECS or online transfer.
x) It shall be the duty of the contractor to ensure the disbursement of wages in the presence of the Junior Engineer or any other authorized representative of the Engineer-in-Charge who will be required to be present at the place and time of disbursement of wages by the contractor to workmen. x) It shall be the duty of the contractor to ensure the disbursement of wages through bank account of labour.
xi) The contractor shall obtain from the Junior Engineer or any other authorized representative of the Engineer-in-Charge as the case may be, a certificate under his signature at the end of the entries in the "Register of Wages” or the Wagecum-Muster Roll” as the case may be in the following form:-
"Certified that the amount shown in column No ................ has been paid to the workman concerned in my presence on .......................... at ...................."
xi) The contractor shall obtain from the Junior Engineer or any other authorized representative of the Engineer-in-Charge as the case may be, a certificate under his signature at the end of the entries in the "Register of Wages” or the "Wagecum-Muster Roll” as the case may be in the following form:-
"Certified that the amount shown in column No ................... been paid to the workman concerned through bank account of labour ....................... on at ......................"

The field units may also pursue with contractors of the existing contract to make payment to the labour by contractor through Bank or ECS or online transfer also.
Superintending Engineer (C&M)

Source: http://cpwd.gov.in/WriteReadData/con_cir/15028.pdf

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