Saturday, April 20, 2019

April 20, 2019

Transfer of NPS to GPF Transferring NPS Subscription into GPF account

Transfer of NPS to GPF
Transferring NPS Subscription into GPF account

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
OFFICE OF THE DIRCTOR (ACCOUNTS)
MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
PAY AND ACCOUNTS OFFICE, C.R.F.F
PLOT NO 14, PSF .2, SECTOR-23, ROHINI
NEW DELHI-110085

No. PAO/CRFF/MHA/NPS/DA-1(1)/2018-19/797
Dated the 15.3.2019

To
The IG (Admin)
Directorate General CRPF,
CGO Complex,
Lodhi Road,
New Delhi-110003

Subject: Reg, transfer of NPS to GPF.

I am to say that various cases for transferring NPS Subscription into GPF account have been received to the officer after Order of Hon’ble High Court of Delhi In respect of WP(C) No.3834/2013 and WP(C) No.2810/2016 vide which benefits of Old Pension Scheme are extended to personal joined in the year 2004. As there is a large number of subscribers. Under this kind of transfer and many requesters are received asking with information of office orders issued by various authorities (i.e., The Commodities, The DIG, The IG, etc.,) In this regard, it is requested. To Issue appropriate orders to Copermed formations to need these cases with the following documents (02 copies of each):

(i) Necessary Administrative approval from the administrative. Head of the Department

(ii) Application (by the format enclosed) duly filled by The an barber

(iii) Month wise details of NPS subscriptions daily certified by the DDO

(iv) Copy of office order vide GPF account is allocated

(v) Any orders documents such as court order etc., related to accounting of previous Government service recorders before 01.01.2004

(vi) Copy of order vide pervious service of the subscriber Is counted (if applicable)

(vii) Copy of technical resignation of the subscriber (if applicable)

And cases should be sent only after NPS subscription in stopped and GPF subscription is started from salary

2. Further, the cases should be sent through the administrative Head of Department to this office. There are some Instances where officers are asking subscribers to apply for re-issue of PRAN and for submission with the case for NPS to GPF transfer Is this regard it is to inform that only if PRAN card is available may be sent there is no need for re-issue the PRAN card for this purpose. The details of PRANs are available in pay and Service related records The cases can be forwarded to principal Account Office, MHA for further processing only after the aforementioned documents are received.

Yours faithfully,
Sr, Accounts Officer (NPS)
April 20, 2019

CBSE Circulars 2019 – Schedule and processing

CBSE Circulars 2019 – Schedule and processing

Schedule and processing fees for applying for verification of marks for Examination Marks 2019 – Dated 11/04/2019

CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

No. COORD/SO(Ptg)LOC/2019

11.4.2019

To,
Heads of all Institutions
Affiliated to the CBSE

Reg:
i) Schedule and processing fees for applying for verification of marks, obtaining of photocopy of evaluated answer books and applying for re-evaluation of marks after the declaration of Class XII & X results, 2019

ii) LOC/Private forms for Compartment Examination, 2019

Madam/Sir,
You are aware that the Class XII & X examinations held in February/March/April, 2019 have concluded on 4th April, 2019. Results are likely to be declared in the month of may.

Immediately after declaration of the results, the processes referred of above will start. In order to make the schools, students and parents aware about the processes, the schedule as under may be disseminated to them so that they are aware of the schedule well in advance and can plan accordingly:

SI.No
Activity
Schedule
Fees in India (in INR)
Fees Outside India (in INR)
1.
Verification of Marks
Link to open on next day of declaration of result of Class XII/X
500/-per subject
Last date for applying with fee upto 5.00 PM-5thday of opening of link
2
Obtaining photocopy of answer books
Link to open 17thdeclaration of result
Class XII-700/- per Subject
Class X- 500/- per subject
Last date for applying with fee upto 5:00 PM-next day of opening of link
3
Re-evaluation
Link to open on 21st day of declaration of result
100/-per question
Last date for applying with fee upto 5:00 PM- 22nd day of declaration of result
4
LOC for 1stchance Compartment/
From for Private Candidates-1st/3rd chance
Link to open on subsequent date of declaration of result
Last date with normal fee-6th June of the year
300/- per subject
2000/- per subject
With late fee (Slab 1)-7thJune to 12th year
1000/–per candidate
With late fee (Slap 2)-13thJune to 15th June of the year
5000/-per candidate


Detailed circular will also be issued at an appropriate time.
Yours faithfully
(DR. SANYAM BHARDWAJ)
CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS
April 20, 2019

Specific Preparatory action for Heat Wave season-2019

Specific Preparatory action for 
Heat Wave season-2019

Government of India
NATIONAL DISASTER MANAGENT AUTHORITY
Policy & Plan Division
NDMA Bhawan. A-1, .9eiidarjung Enclave
New Delhi-110 029
Tele -Fax No. 26701840

F. No.1-5012018-PP (pt. II)

Dated: 18.02.2019

To
Secretaries of Ministries of Govt. of India
(As per List Attached)

Subject: Specific Preparatory action for Heat Wave season -2019

Sir/Madam,

Heat wave is amongst the most critical extreme weather events in many countries. According lo a recent report released by the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), global warming of 1.5’C-2’C is going to worsen the situation Ip the cities, along with unavoidable poverty and health risks That come with global warming. ln recent years, India also witnessed increasing trend of severe heal wave conditions during March-June period ln 2015.9 States were affected by heat waves Subsequently 19 States recorded high temperature leading lo heal-wave conditions in the year 2018. This year also. Scientists have indicated that there will be a rise in temperature, with increased chances of stronger or more severe heat waves

2. National Disaster Management Authority had issued revised Guidelines for. preparation of Action Plan Prevention and Management of Heat-Wave’ in 2017 for addressing the issues al broader level undertaking activities by all Stakeholders in their respective areas to reduce the negative impact of extreme heat-wave conditions. The role of Ministries / Department of Govt. of India in mitigating the effect of heat wave as per the guidelines is attached as annexure.

3. In the past few years, many Central Ministries/Departments have prepared Heat Action plan and implemented them. Intense and sustained efforts by all the stakeholders, including regular follow-up through Video conferences, wide publicity of early warning, awareness generation among people though a range of IEC activities mentioning Dos & Don’ts resulted in significant reduction in mortality due to heat wave from 2,040 in 2015 to 1,111 in 2016. Mortality due to heal wave further reduced to 384 in 2017 . ln 2018 only 25 deaths were reported. ln The light of the recent progress made and to continue with this momentum. we need to consolidate the progress we have made and further improve our heal wave preparedness in 2019

4. It is, therefore, requested that Preparatory Actions for mitigating the effects of heat wave as per NDMA Guidelines, attached as Annexure, may be taken to further improve the heat wave preparedness for 20 19.

Yours faithfully
(Alice Kujur)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India
(policyplan@ndma.gov. in)

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

April 17, 2019

Enhanced the Ignorable Part of Pension from Rs.4,000 to Rs.15,000 with effect from 1-1-2016

Enhanced the Ignorable Part of Pension from Rs.4,000 to Rs.15,000 with 
effect from 1-1-2016

Enhancement of ignorable part of pension from Rs.1,500/- to Rs.4,000/- 
in the case of Commissioned Service Officers

Re-employment – Fixation of pay of re-employed pensioners –
Enhancement of ignorable part of pension from Rs.4,000/- to Rs.15,000/-
in the case of Commissioned Service Officers and Civil Officers holding
Group-A posts who retire before attaining the age of 55 years – Orders –
Issued.

GOVERNMENT OF TAMIL NADU

FINANCE [PENSION] DEPARTMENT
G.O.Ms.No.98, Dated 7th March 2019.
(Vilambi, Maasi-23,,Thiruvalluvar Aandu 2050)

ABSTRACT

PENSION – Re-employment – Fixation of pay of re-employed pensioners –
Enhancement of ignorable part of pension from Rs.4,000/- to Rs.15,000/-
in the case of Commissioned Service Officers and Civil Officers holding
Group-A posts who retire before attaining the age of 55 years – Orders –
Issued.

Read the following:-
1. G.O.Ms.No.304, Finance (Pension) Department, Dated: 30-12-2014.
2. From the Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension, Department of Personnel and Training O.M.No.3/3/2016-Estt.(Pay II), dated 01-05-2017.

ORDER:

In the Government Order first read above, orders have been issued for enhancement of ignorable part of pension from Rs.1,500/- to Rs.4,000/- in the case of Commissioned Service Officers and Civil Officers holding Group-A posts who retire before attaining the age of 55 years on their re-employment with effect from the date of issue of order.

2. In the Office Memorandum second read above, the Government of India inter-alia has enhanced the ignorable part of pension from Rs.4,000/- to Rs.15,000/- with effect from 1-1-2016 in the case of Commissioned Service Officers and Civil Officers holding Group-A posts who retire before attaining the age of 55 years on their re-employment in Central Civil Service.

3. The Government, after careful consideration, on the analogy of the orders issued by the Government of India, have decided to extend the orders of the Government of India in the reference second read above to such officers in the State Government. Accordingly, the Government hereby enhance the ignorable part of pension from Rs.4,000/- to Rs.15,000/- (Rupees fifteen thousand only) in the case of Commissioned Service Officers and Civil Officers holding Group A posts who retire before attaining the age of 55 years on their re-employment in the State Service.

4. These orders shall take effect from the date of issue of this order.

(BY ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR)
K.SHANMUGAM
ADDITIONAL CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT
April 17, 2019

Guidelines for Transfer under Rule 38 of Postal Manual – DoP Orders

Guidelines for Transfer under Rule 38 of Postal 
Manual – DoP Orders

Considering transfer under Rule 38 against vacancies reported for filling up through Direct recruitment examination conducted by Staff Selection Commission

No. 12- 1/2019-SPN-II(Pt.)
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(Personnel Division)

DakBhawan, Sansad Marg
New Delhi – 110 001
Dated: 12th April, 2019

To
1 All Chief Postmasters General / Postmasters General
2. Chief General Manager, BD Directorate / Parcel Directorate / PLI Directorate
3. Director, RAKNPA / GM, CEPT / Directors of all PTCs
4. Addl. Director General, Army Postal Service, New Delhi
5. All General Managers (Finance) / Directors Postal Accounts / DDAP

Subject: – Considering transfer under Rule 38 against vacancies reported for filling up through Direct recruitment examination conducted by Staff Selection Commission.

Sir/Madam,
As per guidelines for transfer under Rule 38 of Postal Manual Volume-IV, vacancies left over after considering transfer cases are reported for filling up through Direct recruitment / LDCE. Moreover, transfer under Rule 38 is considered only against concerned mode of recruitment and category of an employee seeking transfer.

2. It is observed that Circles are not considering transfer requests against reported vacancies presumably for the reason that candidates in relevant category will be allocated on completion of examination process. Examination process is a time consuming affair and the concerned unit has to wait for almost two (2) years for appointment of a candidate from the date of reporting of vacancies by Circles. Resultantly, inspite of availability of vacancies in a Circle, officials from other Circles seeking transfer are waiting for vacancy to arise in subsequent recruitment year.

3. Request for transfer under Rule 38 is made by an employee on personal grounds, primarily for joining their family who are away from their workplace.

4. The matter has been examined in detail and it has been decided as under:

a) Before consideration of transfer under Rule-38 as per the schedule for the year 2019, which will cover the vacancy to be occurred in 2020 recruitment year (01.01.2020 ta 31.12.2020), all applications pending till 31.03.2019 may be considered even if vacancy for Direct Recruitment through SSC/Examinations conducted by the Department has been reported/earmarked.

b) While considering the applications as at (a) above, the following shall be taken into consideration: 

(i) Transfer against vacancy reported or earmarked for Direct Recruitment through Staff Selection Commission (SSC) can be considered if the application was received prior to end of the recruitment year for which vacancy has been reported. [E.g. Applications received till 31.03.2018 can be considered only if relevant category of vacancy has been reported for 2017-18 recruitment year or subsequent recruitment years.] As on date, vacancy has been reported to SSC for (i) CGL 2017, (ii) CGL 2018, (iii) CHSL 2017, (ii) CHSL 2018 examinations.

(ii) Transfer against vacancy earmarked for Limited Departmental Competitive Examination ODCE) / Competitive Examination limited to Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS) can be made only if the examination for relevant recruitment year is yet to be held by relevant Circle (s), i.e. in case of inter-Circle transfer, examination should not have been held in both Circles. Transfer against vacancy of a recruitment year can be considered only if the application was received prior to end of the relevant recruitment year as explained above.

(iii) Guidelines circulated vide Directorate communication No.141-141/2013- SPB II dated 31.01.2014 shall be followed for vacancy available till 31.12.2018. Guidelines circulated vide Directorate Communication No. 141- 141/2013-SPB II dated 31.07.2018 shall be followed for vacancy available during 2019 recruitment year (01.01.2019 to 31.12.2019).

(iv) Since transfer under Rule 38 is permissible against relevant category of vacancy, (“e.g. SC/ST/OBC/UR candidate against SC/ST/OBC/UR vacancy respectively), instructions issued by the Government for appropriate representation of SC/ST/OBC, etc. should be followed.

(v) An official belonging to a particular category in Circle-X can be transferred to CircIe-X only if Circle-Y has reported vacancy for that category in the relevant recruitment year and after approval of the transfer under Rule-38, relevant category of vacancy of Circle-Y will be transferred to Circle-X for allocation of relevant category of candidate. [E.g. An OBC candidate of CircIe-X applied for transfer in JuIy 2018 can be transferred to Circle-Y only if Circle-Y has reported OBC vacancy for 2018 or 2019 recruitment year. Aft0r approval of the transfer of the official under Rule-38, one (1) OBC category of vacancy will be reduced from the total number of OBC vacancy reported by Circle- Yand consequently one (t) OBC category of vacancy will be added to the total number of OBC vacancy reported by Circle-Y for allocation of candidate.]

(vi) This will be a one time exercise to be completed by Circles by 15.05.2019. After completion of the exercise, Circles shall inform the details of inter Circle transfer made, category-wise, against vacancy reported for Direct Recruitment through SSC. For vacancy earmarked for examinations conducted by Directorate, revised vacancy status shall be communicated to DE Section of the Directorate. For examination conducted at Circle level, concerned Circle wiII take appropriate action.

Yours faithfully,
(Muthuraman C)
Assistant Director General (SPN)
April 17, 2019

Rate of Remuneration to the Officials Deployed on Election Duty – ECI Orders

Rate of Remuneration to the Officials Deployed on Election Duty Rate of Election Duty Allowance

ELECTION MATTER/MOST URGENT
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER, DELHI

F. No.: CEO/B&A/109(48)/200828435-89
Dated: 02.04.2019

ORDER

With the concurrence of the Finance Department, GNCTD, to the rates approved by the Election Commission of India, vide U.O. No. DSF-V /296 dated 25-03-2019 and DSF-V/343 dated 29-03-2019, the rates of remuneration to be paid to the staff deployed on Election Duty for the General Election to LokSabha-2019 are as under :-

SI. No.Designation Of Officers/OfficialsMinimum Rate Of Remuneration
1.Sector OfficerRs. 5000/- Lumpsum
2.Master TrainerRs. 2000/- Lumpsum
3.Presiding Officer/ Counting Supervisor / Reception Supervisor350/- Per Day Or Part Thereof
4.Polling. Officers/Counting Asstt. / Reception Assistant 250/- Per Day Or Part Thereof
5.Class-IV150/- Per Day Or Part Thereof
6.Packed Lunch And/Or Light Refreshment150/- Per Day Or Part Thereof
7.Video Surveillance.  Team, Video Viewing Team Accounting Team, Expenditure Monitoring Control Room And Cell Centre Staffs, Media Certificate And Monitoring Committee, Flying Squads, Static Surveillance Team, Expenditure Monitoring CellClass-I/II (Rs. 1200/- Lumpsum)
 Class-III (Rs. 1000/- Lumpsum)
 Class-IV (Rs. 200/- Lumpsum)
8.Micro ObserverRs. 1000/- Lumpsum
9.Assistant Expenditure ObserverRs 7500/-Lumpsum For Full Time Duty And For Partial Duration On Pro-Rata Basis.
The Above Mentioned Rates Are Equally Applicable To Police Personnel Actually Deployed On Polling Booths/Counting Centres.
The above rates are payable to the staff for attending class, collecting polling material as well as attending duty on the polling day/counting day.
The letter of the Commission communicated vide this office letter No. F.CEO/Admn/104(2)/2013/Cir/16980-94 dated 20-03-2014 inter-alia direct that keeping in view the long hours of duty, the day next to the day of polling is also to be treated as period on Election duty. Accordingly, polling staff shall be paid for maximum 4 days for training collecting polling materials ete. And 2 days for polling day, subject to the condition that such number of training are actually attended and record.

Reserve staff shall be paid 4 days for training and only 1 day for polling day.

Reception duty staff may be paid remuneration for 2 days i.e. 1 day for training and 1 day for attending the duty on reception counter on polling day.

Voter assistance booth staff may be paid remuneration equal to Polling officers i.e. Rs.250/-per day for 2 days i.e. 1 day for training and 1 day for attending the duty on polling day.

Counting duty staff (including statistical staff) may be paid remuneration for 2 days i.e. 1 day for training and 1 day for attending the duty on counting day.

MTS / Class-IV /Volunteers deployed for assisting voters with disabilities will be paid remuneration @ Rs. 150/-per day for 2 days i.e. one day for training and 1 day for attending the duty on polling day.

If same Micro-Observer is deployed for polling day as well as on counting day, it will be treated as sperate duty and remuneration will be paid accordingly.

The staff deployed on polling stations/counting centers may be provide with packed lunch and/or light refreshment @ Rs. 150/- per head per day. In case of difficulty in respect of providing packed lunch, a cash payment @ Rs. 150/-per head may be paid to poll/counting staff. Further, police Personnel deployed on election work on poll/counting day including mobile parties/Home Guards/Forest Guards/Gram Rakshak Dal/NCC Sr. Cadets/Ex-army/Central Police Force may be provide with packed lunch/refreshment or payment in lieu thereof as is being given to Polling/Counting Personnels. No refreshment charge should be paid to the reserve parties for polling day as they can be spared immediately, if they are not needed on that day.

All the Assistant Expenditure Observes and Executive Magistrates (Team In-chage) of Flying Squad Deployed are to be reimbursed Rs.500/- (Rupees Five Hundred only) as a fixed amount on account of Mobile Recharge for whole election process.

The above rates may be strictly adhered to and all personnel on election duty be well apprised of these rates during training etc.

All the DEOs/Ros are requested to ensure that the officers/staff deployed on Election Duty for the General Election to Lok Sabha-2019 are paid accordingly and following conditions are to be followed.

a) All codal formalities be observed.
b) All ECI and FDs guidelines be followed.
c) No duplicate payment is to be made
d) The responsibility rests with the CEO Office and DEOs concerned with regard to payment of each paisa in the right perspective.

The actual expenditure booked on this account may be intimated to Audit Officer, CEO (HQ) as the same is to be conveyed to Finance Department, as per the approval.

(SATENDRA KUMAR)
ELECTION OFFICER (ADMN.)
April 17, 2019

Merger of Non-Technical Posts in Independent Units – Department of Posts

Merger of Non-Technical Posts in Independent Units – Department of Posts

Merger of non-technical posts in independent units such as PSFS, PSDs, CSDs, PTCs, RAKNPA etc.

F.No.X-20/7/2018-SPN-II
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of posts
(Personnel Division)
Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi _ 110001,
Dated: 12th April ,2019
To
All chief postmasters General / postmasters General
Chief General Manager, BD Directorate/Parel Directorate /PLI Directorate
Director, RAKNPA /GM, CEPT/Directors of All PTCs
Addl. Director General, Army postal service, R.K. Puram, New Delhi

Subject: – Merger of non-technical posts in independent units such as PSFS, PSDs, CSDs, PTCs, RAKNPA etc.

Sir/Madam,
The Department has been in receipt of various references from officials working in isolated units like Postal store Forms & seals (PSFS), Aligarh, PSDs, CSDs etc. regarding their transfer avenues (inter-circle and intra-circle) under Rule 38 as these cadres are treated as separate cadre due to which officials working in PSFS never get/apply for transfer under Rule 38.

2. The matter has been examined in the Directorate wherein it was found that such small units (PSD/CSD/PSFs etc.) remain isolated including in their promotion prospects. candidates once appointed in PSFS are not able to move anywhere on transfer if they wish to do so, whereas on other hand PA/SA in Administrative offices/operative offices are free to move anywhere on request transfer. Besides, less number of cadres enables a focused approach towards welfare of officials while framing any policy and it is easier for administration for management of cadres.

3. In view of The above, it has been decided as under: –

a) Non-technical posts in Level-1 to Level-7 in independent units such as ‘PSFS, PSDs’ CSDs, PTCs, RAKNPA etc. would be added to the sanctioned strength of corresponding level posts of operative side, like MTS, PA in po, LSG in Po’ HSG II in Po and HSG I in Po, of the Postal Division, which is covering the geographical area in which such isolated establishment is located. That Postal Division shall be the feeder Division for recruiting / posting of officials in such establishment on tenure basis. The concerned Head of the Circle will designate a Postal Division to which the PSD/CSD/PTC will be attached for the purpose’ Ghaziabad Postal Division will be feeder Division for the Rafi. Ahmed Kidwai National postal Academy.

b) However, if suitable officials are not provided to RAKNPA / PTCs by the said feeder Division, the Head of RAKNPA / PTC in consultation with concerned Head of circle shall post suitable officials from other Divisions (Postal/RMS) in the Circle(s).

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Muthuraman C)
Assistant Director General (SPN)

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