Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Grant of Scholarship to the Children of Postal & GDS Employees

Grant of Scholarship to the Children of Postal & GDS Employees

File No.20-9/2017-WL&Sp
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(welfare & sports Section)
Dak Bhawan,Sansad Marg
New delhi - 110 001
Dated: 30.08.2018
To
All Heads of Postal circle

Subject: Grant of Scholarship to the Children of Postal & GDS Employees.

I am directed to inform you that with reference to letter No.13-1/93-WL&Sports dated 20.05.1993, 1-1/2017-WL & Sports dated 30/31.01.2018 and 19-31/2012-WL/Sport dated 02.12.2013, scholarship for the wards of postal as well as GDS Employees, the following decisions have been taken which are conveyed as under:

S.NoSubjectRevised Provision
1If a Postal/GDS employees who could not apply to the scholarship for his ward initially at the year of taking admission to the college i.e. in 1st year degree/diploma course after passing 12th exam, can he/she be considered eligible to the scholarship for subsequent years i.e. 2nd/3rd/4th year as the case may be, in which he/she applies.He/she may apply in 2nd year and eligible for the Scholarship from current year i.e. 2nd yr to final yr.
2If a Postal/GDS who applies for the scholarship first time directly in the final (3rd or  4th as the case may be) year academic degree/diploma course and requested to grant Scholarship for previous academic years of his ward (1st year /2nd year/3rd year as the case may be) along with current year, can he be given scholarship for each previous year + current year altogether, if applied for.He/she may apply in 3rd year and eligible for the scholarship from current year i.e. 3rd yr to final yr and in case of apply in final yr, eligible only for final yr.
3If a postal/GDS who applies for the scholarship first time directly in the after completing academic degree/diploma course and requested to grant scholarship for previous academic years of his ward (1st year /2nd year/ 3rd year/final year as the case may be) can he be given scholarship for each previous year altogether, if applied forHe/she may not apply after completing academic year / diploma course.

2. This will be applicable for the ward of postal as well as GDS Employees

3. These change will be applicable for the wards studying in IIT/AIIMS/IIM Medical/Technical Education/PG in Degree/Diploma and non technical Education. This will be applicable from FY-2018-19.

4. This issues with the approval of Members (Planning)
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(Daisy Barla)
Director (W&S)
Source: http://aipeugdsnfpe.blogspot.com

Grant of regular absorption of staff working in Quasi Administrative Offices/Units in the erstwhile Group 'D' posts

Non-redressal of issues discussed by the Federations - Grant of regular absorption of staff working in Quasi Administrative Offices/Units in the erstwhile Group 'D' posts

NFIR
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
3, Chelmsford Road, New Delhi - 110055
Affiliated to:
Indian Natinal Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
International Transport Workers’Federation (ITF)

No.II/1B/2018
Dated: 24/09/2018
The Chairman,
Railway Board,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,
Sub: Non-redressal of issues discussed by the Federations - Grant of regular absorption of staff working in Quasi Administrative Offices/Units in the erstwhile Group 'D' posts - reg.

Ref: Federations Joint letters No.II/IB dated 09/05/2016 & I5/05/20I7 to CRB.

Federations have repeatedly been inviting kind attention of the Railway Board at all levels including at the level of Hon'ble MR, CRB to the DC/JCM item No.27/2006, urging decision for absorption of staff working in the Quasi Administrative Office/Units against erstwhile Group 'D' vacancies since long.

The subject was also discussed by NFIR and AIRF in full Board meetings held on 07/02/2014, 01/10/2015 and 04/02/2016. Federations are deeply disappointed that though years passed, the issue is still pending unresolved. The Federations Joint communications to the Railway Board Chairman vide letters dated 09/05/2016 and 15/05/2017 have unfortunately not yielded positive result.

The Federations have re-iterated through joint letter dated 09/05/201, the justification for restoration of the earlier policy formulated in the year 1973 & 1977 to facilitate regular absorption of staff working in Quasi Administrative Offices/Units. The Federations had sent another letter dated 15/05/2017 requesting to arrange a meeting at the level of Hon'ble MR and CRB, unfortunately no meeting has been convened as yet. Federations desire to state that 12 valid points were conveyed to the Railway Board on the legal opinion tendered by the Learned ASG relating in this particular case, but however there has been no positive response yet. Federations once again enclose a copy of 12 points for consideration at the level of Railway Ministry which we feel are sufficient to keep the policy alive. The subject was also highlighted by the Federations during. Standing Committee Meetings held between the Federations and the Railway Board (MS, DG/P etc.) on 7th Feb, 2018, 4th April, 2018 without any positive result which is unfortunate

The Federations also reiterate that the decision of Railway Board vide dated 10/06/1997 was arbitrary as the same was issued without consultations with us which amounts to breach of agreement reached with the Federations during previous periods.

We therefore requests the CRB again to kindly intervene and see that a meeting takes place at your level early to settle this long pending issue besides other issues where agreements have been reached but not implemented so far. Alternatively we suggest a special meeting with Hon'ble Railway Minister early.

Yours faithfully

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
General Secretary/AIRF

(Dr.M.Raghavaiah)
General Secretary/NFIR
Source: NFIR

Nomination of Area Welfare Officers (AWOs) for the calendar years 2019 and 2020

Nomination of Area Welfare Officers (AWOs) for the calendar years 2019 and 2020

No. 32/12/2018-Welfare
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
(Welfare Division)
3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan,
Khan Market, New Delhi,
Dated the 13th August, 2018
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Nomination of Area Welfare Officers (AWOs) for the calendar years 2019 and 2020-regarding.

The Department of Personnel & Training nominate Gazetted Officers as Area Welfare Officers (AWOs) for residential colonies to look after the Welfare of Central Government employees and their families. Area Welfare Officer is only a functional arrangement to provide a link between the Central Government Employees residing in various colonies and the concerned civic and other agencies providing service to them. A list of functions of Area Welfare Officer is enclosed at Annexure-I. Criteria for selection of AWO are enclosed at Annexure-II. The functions of AWOs are official in nature and are performed by them on honorary and voluntary basis. Only those officers who are willing to function as Area Welfare Officer and can spare time for welfare work will be considered for nomination. The Area Welfare Officers serve as a vital link between the Government and residents in various matters relating to the welfare of Government employees residing in various colonies.

2. The tenure of the Area Welfare Officers shall be for a period of two years (w.e.f. 1.01.2019 to 31.12.2020) or till the services are required by the Government whichever is earlier. The Area Welfare Officers are entitled to use office stationery and service postage stamps etc. for discharging their duties as AWO. They are allowed to leave office, with prior permission, for meeting the civic/police authorities for solving the problems of the residents of their localities.

3. The applicant should not be an office bearer of any Central Government Residents Welfare Association or any other Central Government employees Association. Further, officers seeking nomination as AWO should preferably have a residential telephone/mobile number. No facility for re-imbursement of expenditure incurred on account of telephone rent/call chargers etc. will be admissible to the AWO nominated by DoPT.

4. Applications from those officers, who are willing to work in honorary and voluntary capacity, as Area Welfare Officers, duly recommended by the Department/administrative authority concerned may be forwarded and must reach the undersigned within 45 days from the date of issue of this O.M.
A format application is also enclosed at Annexure-III.
Yours faithfully,
(Kulbhushan Malhotra)
Under Secretary (RWA)
Source: DoPT

7th Central Pay Commission Recommendations on Allowances Related to Working on Holidays

7th CPC Allowances Related to Working on Holidays
7th CPC Allowances Related to Working on Holidays

7th Central Pay Commission Recommendations on Allowances Related to Working on Holidays

Allowances Covered
1. Holiday Compensatory Allowance
2. Holiday Monetary Compensation
3. National Holiday Allowance
Employees, who are regularly required to work on holidays, are compensated in a variety of ways. Some, like the employees of Delhi Police and the CISF, are granted an extra month's pay per year. Employees of other CAPFs are granted extra thirty days' leave. Some other categories of staff are paid allowances, which are dealt with in this section. There are 3 such allowances.

1. Holiday Compensatory Allowance

It is a compensation for non-gazetted staff of IB who are required to perform duties on holidays and weekends; granted at the rate of one day's (Basic Pay + DA) for up to thirty days in a financial year. No demands have been received regarding this allowance.

Analysis and Recommendations

The Commission notes that employees in almost all ministries/departments are, sometimes, required to work on weekends. They are usually compensated by providing a "compensatory off." Thus, grant of an allowance for weekend working is not justified.

At the same time, the sensitive, and time bound nature of work done by IB should also be kept in mind. Therefore, it is recommended that the non-gazetted staff of IB, presently covered under Holiday Compensatory Allowance, should, henceforth, be covered by National Holiday Allowance. They will be granted this allowance for up to twelve holidays in a year (including the three National Holidays) at the rates prescribed. Accordingly, Holiday Compensatory Allowance, as a separate allowance, should be abolished.

[Government Decision on Holiday Compensatory Allowance: Abolished as a separate allowance. Eligible employees to be governed by National Holiday Allowance. Not to be subsumed and retained as a separate allowance. Existing system to continue in Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Research and Analysis Wing (RAW)]

2. Holiday Monetary Compensation

This allowance is granted in Department of Posts and is payable to postmen and other departmental staff who are required to perform duty on second holiday if three consecutive holidays occur. The existing rates are:

Category Rate of Remuneration
Supervisor Rs.85 per holiday for 4 hours
Postal Assistant Rs.85 per holiday for 4 hours
PostmenSorting Postmen/Rs.85 per holiday
Multi-tasking staff Rs.60 per holiday for 4 hours
Demands have been received to increase the rate of this allowance to Rs.600 per holiday.

Analysis and Recommendations

Since the allowance is not DA indexed, it is proposed to raise the amount to Rs.200 per holiday for Supervisors, Postal Assistants and Postmen/Sorting Postmen; and Rs.150 per holiday for Multi-tasking Staff. The rate of allowance will further increase by 25 percent each time DA increases by 50 percent.

[Government Decision on Holiday Monetary Compensation: Retained. Rationalized. Accepted ]

3. National Holiday Allowance

This allowance is paid to non-gazetted Railway employees who are rostered to work on a "National Holiday." The existing rates are:

Pay in Pay Band + Grade Pay Rate
up to Rs.7260 Rs.256 per day
Rs.7261-Rs.9700 Rs.318 per day
Rs.9701 and above (limited to non-gazetted staff) Rs.420 per day

There are demands to increase the amount of this allowance to 1.5 x (one day's Basic Pay + DA)

Analysis and Recommendations
The Commission notes that although there are only three National Holidays, this allowance is granted for twelve days in a year due to operational constraints. Also, the allowance is already partially indexed to the DA. Hence, it is recommended that the amount should be increased by 50 percent to the following:

LevelRate of Allowance (per day)
1 and 2Rs.384
3 to 5 Rs.477
6 to 8 (limited to non-gazetted staff) Rs.630

The rate of allowance will further increase by 25 percent each time DA rises by 50 percent.

[Government Decision on National Holiday Allowance: Retained. Enhanced by 50%. Accepted ]

Post Retirement Complimentary Passes (PRCP) to Group ‘D’ employees Retired on or after 1.1.2006

PRCP to Group 'D' employees Retired on or after 1.1.2006

Post Retirement Complimentary Passes (PRCP) to Group ‘D’ employees Retired on or after 1.1.2006

Issue of 2 sets of Post Retirement Complimentary Passes (PRCP) to Group 'D' employees retired on or after 01.01.2006 - RBE 135/2018
RBE No.135/2018
ADVANCE CORRECTION SLIP No.79

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)
No.E(W)2016/PS5-2/9
New Delhi, dated:- 24.09.2018
The General Managers (P)
All Zonal Railways &
Production Units

Sub: Issue of 2 sets of Post Retirement Complimentary Passes (PRCP) to Group 'D' employees retired on or after 01.01.2006.

The demand for issuance of 2 sets of PRCPs to the staff retired as Group 'D' before their reclassification as Group 'C' was raised by staff side in the DC/JCM Meeting (Item No.18/2012) and also by AIRF in PNM Meeting (Item No.38/2016) with Board.

2. The issue has been examined in detail and in order to bring uniformity in cases of all those employees who retired on or after 01.01 .2006 i.e. whether classified as Group 'C' or retired as Group 'D', it has been decided with the approval of the Competent Authority to amend the relevant provisions of extant Pass Rules. Accordingly, PRCP entitlement stipulated under Columns 1 and 2 of Schedule-IV (Post Retirement Complimentary Passes) of the Railway Servants (Pass) Rules, 1986 (Second Edition -1993) is amended as follows:-

3. Accordingly, PRCPs/Widow Passes, as per revised entitlement, shall be admissible to the employees retired/deceased on or after 01 .01.2006. However, higher number of PRCPs/Widow Passes, as per revised entitlement, will be issued from the current calendar year only. The number of sets of PRCP/Widow Passes in case of employees retired/deceased before 01.01.2006 shall continue to be the same as prevalent at that time.

4. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of Ministry of Railways.
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(V. Muralidharan)
Dy. Director Estt.(Welfare)-1
Railway Board
New Delhi, dated:- 24.09.2018
Source: AIRF

Extension of date for filing of Income Tax Returns and Audit Reports from 30th September, 2018 to 15th October, 2018

Ministry of Finance
Extension of date for filing of Income Tax Returns and Audit Reports from 30th September, 2018 to 15th October, 2018
24 SEP 2018

The due date for filing of Income Tax Returns and Audit Reports for Assessment Year 2018-19 is 30th September, 2018 for certain categories of taxpayers. Upon consideration of representations from various stakeholders, the Central Board of Direct Taxes(CBDT) extends the ‘due date’ for filing of Income Tax Returns as well as reports of Audit (which were required to be filed by the said specified date) from 30th September, 2018 to 15th October, 2018 in respect of the said categories of taxpayers. However, there shall be no extension of the due date for the purpose of section 234A (Explanation 1) of the I.T. Act, 1961 pertaining to Interest for defaults in furnishing return, and the assessee shall remain liable for payment of interest as per provisions of section 234A of the Act.

PIB

Observance of three phase countrywide agitational programme by GDS JCA

Observance of three phase countrywide agitational programme by GDS JCA

ALL INDIA GRAMIN DAK SEVAK UNION (AIGDSU)
ALL INDIA POSTAL EMPLOYEES UNION - GDS (AIPEU-GDS)
NATIONAL UNION OF GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS (NUGDS)

No.GDS JCA/CHQ/6-3/ Programme /2018
Dt. 24-09-2018
To
The Secretary,
Department of posts,
Dak Bhawan,
New Delhi-1

Sub:- Observance of three phase countrywide agitational programme by GDS JCA

Sir,
As you are aware non-implementation of positive and basic recommendations of Kamlesh Chandra committee on G.D.S Employees viz., implementation with effect from 01st of January 2016, gratuity Revision, SDBS/pension, 30 days paid leave, Enhancement of composite allowance, financial up gradation on completion of 12, 24 and 36 years of service etc. has generated resentment and discontentment among the G.D.S employees. It is pertinent to mention here that although discussions were held at Directorate, I am sorry to state that no progress is observed so far on any of the issues. Under the circumstances we are compelled to observe three phase fast Programme of agitation.
The above three GDS Unions, JCA decided the following countrywide agitational programme to settle the charter of demands.

Agitational programmes:

25-09-2018 : One day country wide hunger fast in front of Divisional Offices
04-10-2018 : One day country wide hunger fast in front of Circle Offices.
10-10-2018 : One day massive hunger fast in New Delhi.

CHARTER OF DEMANDS

1) GDS committee report as a whole be implemented with effect from 01st of January 2016.
2) Change the formula already adopted for calculation of arrears.
3) Change of upper limit of gratuity from Rs 1,50,000/- to Rs 5,00,000/-
(a) GIS limit should be enhanced to Rs.5,00,000 with the subscription of Rs.500/-
4) 10% of the TRCA of the GDS should be recovered towards SDBS contribution and the Government to contribute equal share.
(a) And also EPF Scheme to be introduced to GDS as recommended by the GDS Committee. This was also recommended by the previous GDS Committees.
5) GDS should be granted 30days paid leave in a year and the leave should be allowed to be carry forward subjected to the maximum of 180 days and provide encashment of the leave.
6) Grant Children Education allowance Rs.6000/- per child per Annum.
7) Enhance composite allowance to the BPMs from Rs500/- to Rs 1600/- Also grant composite allowance to ABPMs & GDS working in classified cities and the GDS working in Departmental Offices etc., wherever applicable.
8) GDS employees should be granted financial up gradation on completion of 12, 24 and 36 years of service in the form of grant of additional increments.
(a) Point to point fixation to be ordered instead of bunching of TRCA scales.
9) Limited transfer facility to GDS on request should be relaxed. There shall not be any drop in wage scale on account of a request transfer. The transfer of GDS will be approved by Divisional head if the transfer is within the Division, by regional PMG if it is within the region by HOC if the transfer is within the Circle.
10) Voluntary discharge schemes for the GDSs: 3 types of voluntary discharge schemes as recommended by GDS committee for the GDSs’ who are willing to quit the post before the discharge at the age of 65 years should be implemented.
11) All discharge benefits (retirement benefits) should be implemented retrospectively, w.e.f 01 January 2016.
12) Put off duty may be averted by transferring the GDS to another place.
13) Incentive system should be abolished for India post payment bank (IPPB) work. Enhance the working hours of branch post office and GDS officials concerned after introducing the IPPB.
14) GDSs' should be allowed to get discharge from the service on the last day of the month in which He/She attains the 65 years of the age.
15) All single handed branch post offices should be provided with one more hand to upgrade to double handed office.
16) Employees' state Insurance ( ESI) facility to be extended to Grameen Dak Sevaks wherever E.S.I dispensaries and hospitals are available the country.

The programme will be a peaceful one.

This is for your kind information.
With regards,
Yours Faithfully,
S.S.MAHADEVAIAH
General Secretary
AIGDSU
P.U.MURALIDHARAN
General Secretary
NUGDS
P.PANDURANGARAO
General Secretary
AIPEU-GDS
Source : https://ruralpostalemployees.blogspot.com/

Ration Money Allowance by Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) Through Individual Bank Accounts

"Ration Money Allowance will be admitted by PCDA(O) by Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) through individual bank accounts"

RATION MONEY ALLOWANCE

As per the provisions of Govt. of India, Ministry of Defence letter No. 03(01)/2016/D(QS) dt. 31st July 2017, provision of free ration for officers of Defence Forces was discontinued in peace areas. Ration Money Allowance will be admitted by PCDA(O) by Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) through individual bank accounts. Amount of Ration Money will be remitted alongwith the salary and reflected in Pay Slip as 'Ration Money Allowance'

SOP FOR CLAIMING RATION MONEY/ RATION ALLOWANCE :

(1) Ration Money will be admitted based on the Part-II order published by the units.
(2) Ration money will be admitted as per the monthly rate of Ration Money Allowance by Govt. from time to time.
(3) The casualty will be published in the Part- II notifying casualty POSIN (Posting in) and admissible from the date of TOS (Taken on strength of new unit)
(4) Ration money will continue to be admitted till receipt of Part-II order for 'POSOUT'/'STPRMONY'
(5) Officer on Ty. Duty is not entitled to Ration Money, however, ration money paid during ty. duty period will be adjusted by 'T' wing while processing the claim for temporary duty.
(6) Copy of initial Part-II order for grant of Ration Money w.e.f. 01.07.2017 should be supported with a certificate for 'Non-drawal of Ration Money in cash or kind beyond 01.07.2017 till the date of publication of Part-II order for GTDRMONY' for grant of Ration Money by this office.

Amendment to revised Documentation Procedure for publication of Part-II Orders (Officers) for claiming Ration Money/Ration Allowance is as follows :

1. Ration Money Allowance (in peace)
A new code is to be generated for Ration Money Allowance to officers posted in peace area and the same is to be published on POSIN/POSOUT, as the case may be.

Sr. No. Occurrence Code
3.107(a) GTDRMONY
3.107(b) STPRMONY

A certificate to the effect is also be enclosed with the DO Part II orders:
a. Certified that the conditions laid down in GoI, MoD letter No. 03(01)/2016/D(QS) dated 31/07/2017 have been fulfilled.
ii. The officer is posted to peace station i.e………………. (name of the station)
iii. No free messing/ration in kind was provided for the period.
iv. The officer has not claimed, paid Daily Messing Allowance for the period for which Ration Money Allowance is claimed.

Source: pcdaopune.gov.in

KVS TGT, PRT Recruitment 2018: Check Status of Application Fee

KVS TGT, PRT Recruitment 2018: Check Status of Application Fee
Last Date For Registration is 23/09/2018 & For Fee Payment is 25/09/2018
If the candidates do not pay application fee through their login ID, the admit card will not be issued to the candidates
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN (HQ)
18. Institutional Area,
SaheedJeet Singh Marg
New Delhi-110016
F.No.11053/3/2017/KVS/RPS
NOTICE

It has come to notice that in respect of some candidates who have applied for the post of Principal, Vice Principal, RGTs, TGTs and PRTs in KVS against the Advertisement No.14 that the fee on account of submission of application form has been deducted from their accounts, but the portal is asking to pay the fee again.

In this regard, it is to inform to all the candidates that they may pay online application fee through login ID until the fee is paid successfully. The fee earlier deducted on account of online application will be refunded by the bank Concerned.

If the candidates do not pay application fee through their login ID, the admit card will not be issued to the candidates for the applied post and KVS will not be responsible for not issuing the admit card.
The last date of submission Of application: 23-09.2018.

It is further informed that if the fee earlier deducted has not been refunded by the bank, the candidates may contact on the following email/telephone No.

Email id- techmarketing@indianbank.co.in
Telephone No. 044-49076332 / 044-49076323
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Joint Commissioner (Admn.)
Source: http://kvsangathan.nic.in

Conference on Implementation of National Pension System by Central Autonomous Bodies

PENSION FUND REGULATORY AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

PRESS RELEASE

Conference on Implementation of National Pension System by Central Autonomous Bodies

A conference on implementation of National Pension System by Central Autonomous Bodies (CABs) was organized by PFRDA on 13th June 2018 at New Delhi. The prime objective was to provide a forum to all Central Autonomous Bodies (CABs), where the progress in the implementation of NPS with respect to compliance of timelines in various NPS related activities could be brought to the fore and a way forward could be provided. Officials from most of the Central Autonomous Bodies (CABs) attended the conference.

Dr. Badri Singh Bhandari, Whole Time Member (Economics) in his opening remarks mentioned that currently there are 557 CABs which have about 1.73 lacs subscribers and about Rs.11800 crores of Asset Under Management (AUM). He further emphasised the need for discipline in submission of subscriber registration forms and remittance of the subscribers’ contributions. He also highlighted the responsibility of nodal officers handling NPS and advised that they should be aware of the NPS and its related process in detail for addressing the queries/grievances of the subscribers.

Chairman, PFRDA, Sh. Hemant Contractor, in his address emphasized the fact that NPS, being a Contributory scheme, was different from the earlier pension system and discussed various determinants of pension such as promptness of the Nodal offices in performing various NPS related activities mainly subscriber registration, upload/remittance of NPS contributions and also period of stay in the scheme, contribution level, returns on investments, annuity schemes chosen, annuity service providers chosen etc. In this regard, he stressed upon the need to work in tandem to ensure that NPS works efficiently and pensions are served effectively. He also highlighted endeavour of PFRDA in educating subscribers in handling their pension accounts, through a dedicated website, Pension Sanchay.

Secretary, Department of Expenditure, Govt. of India Sh. Ajay Narayan Jha, in his key-note address appreciated the initiative of PFRDA for holding this conference exclusively for Central Autonomous Bodies as it provided two-way communications between stakeholders for the ultimate benefit of the subscribers. He stressed to all participants on the need of becoming sensitive and responsible towards employee-subscribers currently covered under NPS in order to protect their interest, while monitoring various NPS related activities. He also stressed upon the role which can be played by the Head of Institutions and PrAOs of the respective CABs in streamlining NPS operations.

A presentation was also made by the NSDL e-Governance Infrastructure Ltd, the Central Recordkeeping Agency for NPS about the operational issues and new functionalities released for the convenience of the nodal officers-PAOs/DDOs and the subscribers. A presentation was also made by Jamia Millia Islamia University about the best practices they have adopted to administer the subscribers' interface effectively. While presenting the Vote of Thanks Shri Ashish Kumar, GM mentioned that PFRDA is periodically holding Review meetings/ Video conferences also with the CABs on important parameters having financial implications and expects significant improvement from the present state of affairs.

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