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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

payment of family pension in the case of Burma Pensioners

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No.23/1/2008-P&PW(B)

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

Ministry of Personnel P.G.& Pensions

Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhavan,
Khan Market, New Delhi
Dated 28th May,2009

OFFICE MEMORANDUM


Sub: payment of family pension in the case of Burma Pensioners - regarding


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The Burma Civil Pensioners/family pensioners are presently being paid ex-gratia ad-hoc allowance such that this allowance, which is being paid by the Govt. of India, plus the existing pension being paid by the Govt. of Myanmar taken together is Rs.3500/- as on 1.1.2006. As per the existing orders, the Dearness Relief as announced by the Govt. of India from time to time is also admissible on this amount.

2. It has been brought to the notice of this Department that Govt. of Myanmar extends family pension subject to the following conditions:-

a) In the event of death of the Government servant while in service, family pension will be payable to the family for a period of ten years or upto the date on which the deceased government servant would have attained the age of 65 years, whichever period is earlier: and
b) In the event of death of the Government servant after retirement, the family pension would be payable for the unexpired period of ten years from the date of retirement or upto the date on which government servant would have attained the age of sixty five years, whichever period is earlier.

3. Considering the hardship the affected family pensioners would face in case the family pension is discontinued as per the instructions of the Government of Myanmar, Government of India has condidered the matter sympathetically. The President is now pleased to dicide that the ex-gratis adhoc allowance would be continued to be paid to the Burma Civil Family Persioners by the GovernmentOf India even after the period specified in para 2 above irrespective of the discontinuance of family pension by the Government of Myanmar. This would however be subject to the overall ceiling as prescribed by this Department from time to time.

4. Policy and procedure regarding payment of ex-gratia adhoc allowance will continue to be governed by the existing instructions issued in the matter so far.

5. This OM issues with the concurrence of the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure vide their UO No. 137/E.V/2009 dated 21.5.2009

6. Similar orders in respect of Defence Personnel will be issued separately by the Ministry of Defence.

7. Hindi version will follow.

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Attention of additional empanelled Hospitals and Diagnostic cnetres in various cities of India.

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1. Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS, Jabalpur, for treatment and diagnostic procedures - Additions / Modifications to the list already circulated.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/S-11011-8-2007-CGHS%2017th%20June.pdf

2.Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS, Guwahati, for treatment and diagnostic procedures - Additions to the list already circulated.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/S-11011-22-2006-CGHS%2017th%20June.pdf

3. Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS, Kolkata - Additions to the list.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/S-11011-87-2006-CGHS%2017th%20June.pdf

4. Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS, Meerut for treatment and diagnostic procedures procedures and fixation of package rates - Additions to the list already circulated.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/S-11011-43-2006%2017th%20June.pdf

5. Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS,Nagpur for treatment - Additions to the list already circulated.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/S-11011-40-2006-CGHS%2017th%20June.PDF

6. Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS, Pune for treatment and diagnostic procedures - Additions to the list already circulated.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/S-11011-41-2006-CGHS%2017th%20june.pdf

7. Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS, Bhopal, for treatment and diagnostic procedures - Additions to the list of hospitals empanelled under cGHS, Bhopal.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/S-11011-26-2006-CGHS%2017th%20June.pdf

8. Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS, Chennai, for treatment and diagnostic procedures - Additions to the list of hospitals empanelled under CGHS, Chennai.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/S-11011-25-2006-CGHS%2017th%20June.pdf

9. Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS, Jabalpur, for treatment and diagnostic procedures - Additions / Modifications to the list already circulated.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/S-11011-8-2007-CGHS%2017th%20June.pdf

10. Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS, Delhi for treatment -Additions to the list already circulated.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/1-2004-JD-CGHS%2017th%20June.pdf

11. Empanelment of Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres under CGHS, Kanpur for treatment and diagnostic procedures -Modifications to the procedures Empanelment under CGHS, Kanpur, in respect of PPM Medical Centre (P) Ltd. Kanpur.
17-June-2009 http://mohfw.nic.in/S-11011-30-2006-17th%20June.pdf

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Discontinue emergency services at all CGHS wellfare Centres with immediate effect

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F.No.4-29/CGHS/C&P

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare

Department of Health & Family Welfare
CGHS (P) Division

Nirman Bhavan, Maulana Azad Road New Delhi
Dated 18th May,2009

Office Memorandum



Sub: Emergency services at CGHS Wellness Centres (Previously known as CGHS dispensaries)


The undersigned is directed to state that CGHS has been providing emergency medical services to its beneficiaries by operating afternoon and night shift emergency units at selected wellness cnetres, beyond the normal working hours of the wellness centres. It has been observed that attendance in the emergency shifts in the after noon and night shifts has been very low. Additionally, CGHS is faced with shortage of manpower for running its wellness centres during normal shift/working hours.

2. The question as to whether the emergency medical services should be continued by the CGHS has been under consideration of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, especially in view of the fact that in emergency, cGHS beneficiaries can reach any hospitals for treatment. It was felt that there was no apparent jurisdiction for the continuation of emergency serivces in the afternoon and hight shifts at the cost of OPD services during normal working hours. In supersession of all existing instruction in the matter, it has been dicided to discontinue emergency services in the afternoon and night shifts at all CGHS wellfare Centres with immediate effect in all CGHS covered cities.


3. All Additional Directors/Joint Directors are requested to utilize manpower that will become available as a result of stoppage of emergency services, in the wellness centres, etc. wherever shortage exist.

4. The emergency services being provided at the following wellness centres in Delhi will, however, continue to function until further orders:
1. North Avenue, New Delhi
2. South Avenue, New Delhi
3. Telegraph Lane, New Delhi
4. Dr.Zakir Hussain Road, New Delhi
5. Timarpur Hospital cum Wellness Centre, New Delhi
6. Kingsway Camp Hospital cum Wellness Centre, New Delhi




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