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Monday, April 12, 2010

PROVISIONAL LIST OF QUESTIONS ADMITTED IN RAJYA SABHA

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Parliament Matter
Most Immediate

MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL. P.G. & PENSIONS
DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL & TRAINING
PARLIAMENT SECTION)

PROVISIONAL LIST OF QUESTIONS ADMITTED IN


RAJYA SABHA FOR 15.4.2010



S.No.

Dy. No.

ADMITTED No.

SUBJECT

A.S/J.S/SEC. CONCERNED


STARRED QUESTIONS


1

6350, 1190

290(10th Position

Corruption in mine sector in Odisha

AS(S&V)/JS(V)/DS(V-II)/AVD-II


UNSTARRED QUESTIONS


2

1741

2200

Framing of rules by Kendriya Bhandar

JS(AT&A)/CWO/Welfare Section

2

4748

2201

Achievements of complaints/Grievances redressal machinery

SS(AR&PG)

3

2152

2202

Enquiry in Ex-CM case

AS(S&V)/DS(V-II)/AVD-II

5

2159

2203

Criminal charges against IAS / IPS officers

AS(S&V)/JS(V)/AVD-I Desk

6

1012

2204

Cases investigated by CBI

AS(s&V)/JS(v)/DS(vII)/AVD-II Desk

7

5341

2205

Officers in possession of disproportional assets

aAS(S&v)/JS(V)/AVD-I Desk

8

5340

2206

Modification in procedure to curb corruption

AS(S&V)/JS(V)/DS (V-III)/AVD-III

9

1617

2207

CBI cases in Goa

AS(S&V)/JS(V)/DS (V-II)/AVD-II

10

1289

2208

Cases assigned to CBI

AS(S&V)/JS(V)/DS (V-II)/AVD-II

11

4486, 4515

2209

Reservation of seats for children of EWS in Sanskriti School

JS(at&a)/CWO/Welfare Section

12

5907

2210

Representation of dalists in top post

EO/Dir.(SM)SO(EO-SM 1)



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Government Focuses on Education and Quality to Promote Ayush

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Government Focuses on Education and Quality to Promote Ayush

  

The Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Shri S Gandhiselvan has said that the government is making far reaching efforts to mainstream Indian Systems of Medicine (Ayush) through quality control and holistic medical education. Speaking at the conference organized by CII, here today, Shri Gandhiselvan pointed out that the National Rural Health Mission is the main vehicle to achieve the goal. The NRHM seeks to open up local health tradition and mainstream AYUSH including the manpower and drugs and to strengthen the public Health System at all levels.

  

The Minister informed that a proposal before the Government is to have a medical facility combining western medicine and Indian System of Medicine to provide holistic medical treatment as it is not possible to open hospitals having facilities for only traditional medicine. He also said that another suggestion gaining ground is for allopathic medical courses to include AYUSH so that students are able to get the best of all aspects of medical knowledge.

  

Emphasizing the need for quality control, Shri Gandhiselvan said that Quality Council of India, an autonomous body, set up by the Government of India to promote quality, has been deputed by the Department of AYUSH to develop voluntary certification systems covering AYUSH products and medicinal plants. This mandate has recently been extended to cover quality standards of Ayurvedic Hospital Services.

  

The Minister said Medical education will have to be more inclusive and open ended with the knowledge of science itself open to alternate approaches. Preventive health education will give way to promotive health education relying more on the proven aspects of AYUSH systems, Shri Gandhselvan added.

Request for free diet to CGHS beneficiaries undergoing treatment for TB, Leprosy, Mental Illness, Cancer, etc.

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Government of India
Ministry of Health and family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
Nirman Bhawan, Maulana Azad
New Delhi 110 108

Dated the 22nd March, 2010.

  

No.S.11011/2/2008-CGHS (P)(PI)   

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

  

Subject: Request for free diet to CGHS beneficiaries undergoing treatment for TB, Leprosy, Mental Illness, Cancer, etc.

  

               The undersigned is directed to invite reference to this Ministry's Office Memorandum, of even number dated the 20th May, 2009, vide which the rates for subscription by CGHS beneficiaries to avail CGHS facilities were revised. The monetary ceiling for free diet was also revised. The following provisions had been made in respect of entitlement of free diet:in para 3 (C) and (d) of the Office Memorandum under reference:

  

"(C) Monetray Ceiling for Free Diet:The monetray ceiling for free diet for CGHS beneficiaries is revised to pay / pension / family pension of Rs. 7.450/- per month.

  

(D) Monetray ceiling for free diet for beneficiaries suffering from TB or mental disease):

  

The monetary ceiling for free diet in case of beneficiary suffering from TB or Mental disease is revised to pay / pension / family pension of Rs.11,160/- per month."

2.           Staff Side, National Council (JCM) had proposed a demand for discussion in the meeting of the National Council that free diet to employees and their dependents undergoing treatment for TB, Leprosy, Mental Illness, Cancer & HIV / AIDS, Renal Dialysis therapy and thalassemia be also provided.

3.            The demand of the Staff Side, National Council (JCM) has been examined in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in consultation with IFD (Health), and it has been dicided to extend free diet provision for CGHS beneficiaries undergoing treatment for TB, Leprosy, Mental Illness, Cancer & HIV/AIDS, Renal Dialysis therapy and Thalassemia when they undergo treatment in Central Government Hospitals, subject to the condition that the free diet will be restricted to beneficiaries who are drawing their pay in Pay Band 1 or retired from a post which now carries pay in Pay Band 1 and further subject to monetary limit of Rs.11,160/- per month.

4.           This issues with the concurrence of IFD (Health) vide Dy. No. 435 dated the 3rd February, 2010.

5.           Hindi version will follow.

(R Ravi)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India





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