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CSD Price List of Maruti Cars

CSD Price List of Maruti Cars:


ManufacturerModelsCSD PriceMARUTIUDYOG8001,73,900MARUTIUDYOG800 A/C1,93,000MARUTIUDYOG800 A/C (M)1,95,200MARUTIUDYOGOMNI 5 SEATER2,00,500MARUTIUDYOGOMNI 8 SEATER2,02,100MARUTIUDYOGALTO LXI W2,57,300MARUTIUDYOGALTO LXI (W)2,40,500MARUTIUDYOGALTO LX W2,40,500MARUTIUDYOGALTO LXI M2,60,300MARUTIUDYOGALTO LXI (M)2,60,300MARUTIUDYOGZEN LX (W)2,84,600MARUTIUDYOGZEN LX (M)2,87,700MARUTIUDYOGZEN LXI (W)3,10,600MARUTIUDYOGZEN LXI (M)3,13,600MARUTIUDYOGZEN LXI (W)3,32,300MARUTIUDYOGZEN VXI (M)3,35,300MARUTIUDYOGZEN VLX (W)2,84,600MARUTIUDYOGZEN VXI (W) ABS3,58,200MARUTIUDYOGZEN VXI (M) ABS3,61,300MARUTIUDYOGWAGON-R LXI (W)3,09,500MARUTIUDYOGWAGON-R LX (W)3,16,800MARUTIUDYOGWAGON-R VXI 3,37,200MARUTIUDYOGWAGON-R AX4,13,800MARUTIUDYOGWAGON-R LX (M)3,12,700MARUTIUDYOGWAGON R LXI (W)3,34,700MARUTIUDYOGWAGON R LXI (M)3,37,800MARUTIUDYOGWAGON R LX (W)3,09,700MARUTIUDYOGSWIFT LXI (P)3,76,500MARUTIUDYOGSWIFT VXI (P)4,05,400MARUTIUDYOGSWIFT VXI ABS (M)4,23,900MARUTIUDYOGSWIF…

Salaries of Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts increased

Salaries of Judges will be increasedThe Cabinet in its meeting held yesterday decided to increase the salaries of Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts. This revision has been necessitated because of the increase in the salaries of the Central Government employees on acceptance of the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission. The Chief Justice of India will now get a salary of Rs.1,00,000/- p.m. plus Dearness Allowance(DA) thereon. Judges of Supreme Court and Chief Justices of High Courts will draw a salary of Rs. 90,000/- p.m. plus DA thereon whilst the Judges of High Court will draw a salary of Rs.80,000/- p.m. plus DA thereon. This will be effective from 01.01.2006. 40% of the arrears of salary will be given in the current financial year and the balance 60% in the next financial year. The Government has also decided to double the existing limit of both sumptuary allowance and furnishing allowance for all the Supreme Court and High Court Judges. This will be effecti…

Concessions and Facilities for Disabled Employees

Concessions and Facilities Provided by Central Government
The Central Government have provided some facilities and concessions for the benefit of disabled people to integrate them into the mainstream. The facilities and concessions are:
1. Scheme of Integrated Education
2. Job Reservation in Government Sector
3. Economic Assistance
4. Welfare Schemes
5. Travel Concessions
Schemes for Integrated Education: The scheme of Integrated Education for the Disabled Children (IEDC) is a Centrally sponsored scheme and is being implemented by the Department of Secondary and Higher Education under the Ministry of Human Resource Development since 1982. Under this scheme, children with disabilities are encouraged to be integrated in the normal school system.
States and Union Territories (UTs) are provided assistance for education of the children with disabilities in general schools. The assistance provided includes the provision of necessary aids, incentives and specially trained teachers. A three- …

Wages for Industrial and Non Industrial Employees

Payment of wages for Industrial and Non Industrial Employees (Piece Work System & Overtime Working etc)
The employees of the Ordnance Factories are categorized in four groups for the purpose of compensation in regard to their work viz.
1. Group ‘A’ & ‘B’ Gazetted Officers 2. Group ‘B’ & ‘C’ Non Gazetted Officers 3. Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ Non Industrial Employees and 4. Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ Industrial Employees
All the employees of the Ordnance Factories are Central Government employees and depending upon the post held, they are assigned with a particular scale of pay and their ‘basic pay'. In addition to the basic pay, all the employees are paid certain other allowances at a prescribed rate depending upon the place of posting and applicability, as announced by the Government of India from time to time. Some of the allowances, which are common to all categories, are Dearness Allowance, House Rent Allowance, City Compensatory Allowance, Transport Allowance, Hill Compensator…

Census of CG Employees

Census of Central Government EmployeesGOVERNMENT OF INDIAMINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING SURVEY & STUDY DIVSIONJAM NAGAR HOUSE NEW DELHI(Published on 14.06.2007)The present report which is thirtieth in the series, coverd central government employment as on 31 march 2004. The main purpose of the census was to provide employment details on aspects such as pay ranges of employees, sex structure, status, tenure of service, group of posts, (gazetted and non gazetted), location by states and class of cities, etc.As per the results of the Census Enquiries the total regular employment under the Central Government as on 31st March 2004 was 31.64 lakh.EMPLOYMENT UNDER VARIOUS MINISTRIES The distribution of regular employees in major Ministries is given in the TableSl.No.MinistryNumber of regular employees% age to the total1.Communications & IT2,65,2058.382.Denfence (Civilian)3,92,92312.423.Finance1,26,8244.004.Home Affairs6,30,84219.9…

FRESH OPTION - FR22(I)(a)1

FRESH OPTION - FR22(I)(a)1 as per 6th Central Pay Commission
EXCERCISING FRESH OPTION: On 6th CPC recommendation
In Central Government employees, who have been Promoted / granted upgration under ACP scheme during the period from 1.1.2006 to 31.8.2008,already they submitted an option form according to the rule of FR22(I)(a)1 (as per V CPC) to selected either Promotion Date or Increment Date.

At the time of promotion every individuals selected the option their own convenience of the next increment date.

On implementation of VI CPC recommendations, the FR22(I)(a)1 rule has been modified and published from DOP&T a clarification on 13.10.2008. Owing to this modification, individuals who had opted earlier for Promotion Date only are at loss.

A fresh FR22(I)(a)1 option form has now been served to, who have been promoted the particular period between 1.1.06 to 31.8.08. Once again opt for either promotion date or increment date to fixation of their pay on promoion / ACP.

Opt for Increment D…

CGEWHO

CENTRAL GOVT EMPLOYEES WELFARE HOUSING ORGANISATION (CGEWHO)
About the Organisation:
Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organisation (CGEWHO) has been established to promote, control and co-ordinate the development of houses at selected places, across India, on no profit-no loss basis as a welfare measure.
CGEWHO is a registered body under the Societies Registration Act 1860. It operates from its headquarters at Janpath Bhavan, Janpath, New Delhi. There are no regional offices. The organisation maintains skeleton project teams at construction sites which look after day to day operations of construction and development.
Philosophy of the Organisation:
The Organisation at the Head Office of the CGEWHO functions on the following philosophy: 1. All the works, be it civil construction, electrical, mechanical, developmental or planning, are contracted out to outside parties.
2. Firms of Architects are engaged for providing professional services.
3. Central procurement of materials …

CGEGIS

Retirement Benefits:-Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme The Scheme, Central Government Employees' Group Insurance Scheme (CGEGIS) came into force from 1st January,1982. This scheme provides for the Central Govt. employees the two fold benefit viz. (1) insurance cover to help their families and (2) lump sum payment to augment their resources on retirement. The scheme has two funds namely (1) Insurance Fund and (2) Savings Fund. A portion of the subscription is credited to Insurance Fund and the other portion to the Savings Fund in the ratio of 3:7. The Savings Fund will earn interest at the prescribed rate to be compounded quarterly. Eligibility (i) The scheme is compulsory for all regular employees including canteen employees. (ii) Employee joining service from Ist January of a year will be a member of the Scheme from the date of joining. (iii) Employee joining service on any other date will be entitled for insurance cover alone from the actual date of joining til…

List of Central Government Departments

List Of Central Government Departments

1. Central Armed Police Forces
2. Central Police Organisation
3. Defence Finance
4. Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG)
5. Department of Agricultural Research and Education (DARE)
6. Department of Agriculture and Co-operation
7. Collapse Department of AIDS Control
8. Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries
9. Department of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH)
10. Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India
11. Collapse Department of Border Management
12. Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals
13. Department of Commerce
14. Department of Consumer Affairs
15. Department of Defence
16. Department of Defence Production
17. Department of Defence Research & Development
18. Collapse Department of Disability Affairs
19. Department of Disinvestment
20. Department of Economic Affairs
21. Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY)
22. Department of Expenditure
23. D…

CS(MA) RULES FOR CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

REVISED GUIDELINES FOR RECOGNITION OF PRIVATE HOSPITALS UNDER CS(MA) RULES FOR CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS. 


1.The proposal for recognition of a private hospital under CS (MA) Rules should be recommended/forwarded by the local Central Government Employees Welfare Co-operation Committee. 


 2.The proposal should also be recommended/forwarded by the Health Department of the respective State Government. 


 3.A minimum number of 500 Central Government employees should be residing in the city and be benefited by the recognition of the hospital under CS (MA) Rules. 4.An adequate number of beds should be available in the hospital preferably: (a) 100 for class 'A' cities. (b) 50 for class 'B' cities (c) 30 for class 'C' cities However, the above criteria can be relaxed according to requirement. 5.A hospital providing generalized treatment and diagnostic facilities should have the following departments:- UPTO 100 BEDDED HOSPITAL MEDICAL AND AL…

Salary windfall for CPSU Officers

CENTRAL PUBLIC SECTOR ENTERPRISES (CPSE) Anticipated news has published for CPSU officers today...

PAY HIKES A HEFTY OVER 150%


PAY EFFECT FROM JAN-2007


UNIFORM FITMENT OF 30%


CABINET MINISTRY APPROVED TO-DAY


A government panel today recommended a pay hike for over 2.5 lakh officers in Central Public Sector Undertakings, whose heads may take home a salary windfall of up to Rs 1 lakh a month,along with liberal benefits such as stock options and productivity rewards. The new wage structure that represents a 25 to 45 per cent hike also offers Employees Stock Option Scheme (ESOP), variable pay and risk rewards and will be implemented retrospectively from January 1, 2007.


"The government will take a view on the recommendations by December 31,"said Minister for Heavy Industry Santosh Mohan Dev after receiving the report of the Second Pay Revision Committee headed by former Supreme Court judge Jagannadha Rao. Commenting on the recommendations, PSU chamber SCOPE Director General S M Diwa…

No change in retirement age

Government Clarifies: No change in retirement age The Cabinet Secretary K. M. Chandrasekhar today informed that there is no plans to revise the retirement age for Central Government employees. After the sixth pay commission implementation, employees were hoping for the rise in pension age, as doing so can reduce the burden of the additional payment to some extend. However the government decided other stopping all the rumours associated. Shri. K. M. Chandrasekhar clarified that the government has no intentions in changing the retirement age and the current system will be followed. “I tried to find out. But there is no file in (Department of) Expenditure, no file in DOPT (Department of Personnel and Training). There is nothing. It is more of a wishful thinking,” he said in an interview. At present the retirement age for the Central Government employees is 60. He also added that there is no plans to unify the retirement age of the state government staff across the states. “The states will…

Children Education Allowance - clarification from DOP&T

Dopt has issued an office memorandum regarding the subject of Children Education Allowance, clarifications are directed about the Hostel Subsidy...
12011/03/2008-Estt.(Allowance) GOVERNMENT OF INDIA Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions (Department of Personnel & Training) *****
New Delhi, the 11th November,2008
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Sub: Children Education Allowance - clarification
        Subsequent to issue of DOP&T OM No. 12011/3/2008-Estt.(Allowance) dated 2 nd Sept, 2008 allowing Children Education Allowance 1 Hostel Subsidy , clarifications on certain points have been sought by Govt. servants/Ministries/Departments. The doubts raised by various authorities are clarified as under :
(i) What is the definition of ' Year' & 'Hostel Subsidy' as per the OM No.12011/3/2008-Estt. (Allowance) dt. 2 nd Sept, 2008 on the subject Children Education Allowance? (i) 'Year' means academic year i.e. twelve months of complete academic s…