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Incentive increments to the sportspersons for outstanding sports achievements at National and International levels



REMINDER - VI



  

No.6/2/2008-Pay-1
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)

  

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New Delhi dated the 6th May, 2010


  

OFFICE MEMORANDUM


  

Subject:: Incentive increments to the sportspersons for outstanding sports achievements at National and International levels.


  

Reference is invited to this Department's OM of even umber dated 26th August, 2008 and subsequent reminders dated 3rd October, 2008, 12th December,2008, 3rd September,2009 22nd October,2009 and on 18th December,2009 whereby it has been requested to furnish views regarding the quantum of lump-sum incentives to be granted to sportspersons who win a Gold, Silver or Bronze medal in the National / International Tournaments. A copy of the OM dated 26th August, 2008 has been uploaded on the DOPT's website ie. http://www.persmin.nic.in/.


  

2. All the Ministries / Departments are again requested to expedite the matter and furnish their considered views by 31st May 2010 failing which it will be presumed that the Ministry / Department has no comments to furnish.


(Rita Mathur)
Director(Pay)

  

1. All Ministries / Departments of Government of India etc. as per standard list.
  

2. NIC for uploading the OM Reminder under the head 'pay'/'what's New' Column of the website of this Department's ie. http://www.persmin.nic.in/

  

All MinistrireslDepartments except followinq Ministries / Departments

1. MHA (IB), BSF
2. M / Railways
3. M / Water Resources
4. M / Communication and information Technology
(i) D / lnformation &Technology (ii) D / Posts
5. M / New and Renewable Energy
6. M / Chemical & Fertilizer
7. M / Micro, Small & Medium Enterprise
8. M / Urban Developrnent,CPWD
9. M / External Affairs
10. M / Science & Technology
11. M / Textiles
12. M / Health & Family Welfare
13. M / Corporate Affair
14. M / Consumer Affairs, Food and PD
15. M / Youth Affairs & Sports
16. CCSCSB, DOPT
17. M / Road Transport & Highways
18. M / Finance(D/Economic Affairs)

Biometric machine based Attendance System in the Ministry of Urban Development and Attached Offices

Biometric machine based Attendance System in the Ministry of Urban Development and Attached Offices.
No.I-11014.1.2004-Admn. III
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Admn. III Section
Room No. 206 'C', Nirman Bhavan
New Delhi, the 30th April, 2010
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub:- Biometric machine based Attendance System in the Ministry of Urban Development and Attached Offices.

As it is aware that the Biometric Attendance System has been in operation in the Ministry and all Attached Offices of the Ministry w.e.f. 15-10-2009.

Model Recruitment Rules for Group ’C' Post



  

No.AB-14017/6/2009-Estt (RR)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)

New Delhi , dated the 30th April, 2010.

  

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

  

Subject: Model Recruitment Rules for Group 'C' posts in Pay Band-I, with Grade Pay of Rs.1800/- (pre-revised Group 'D' posts)

  

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               The 6th CPC recommended that all Group ‘D’ posts in the Government will stand upgraded to Group ‘C’, Pay Band-I with Grade Pay of Rs.1800, along with the incumbents (after suitable training, wherever required). The other recommendations of the Commission, in this regard include:

  

(i) There will be no further recruitment in Group ‘D’.

  

(ii) The existing Group ‘D’ posts will be placed in Group’C’ Pay Band-I with Grade Pay of Rs.1800.

  

(iii) The minimum qualification for appointment to this level will be either l0th pass or IT1 equivalent

  

(iv) Multi- skilling, with one employee performing jobs hitherto performed by different Group ‘D’employees.

  

(v) Common Designation for these posts,

  

2. Model Recruitment Rules (Annex-I) have been framed keeping in view the recommendations of the Pay Commission. All the Ministries/Departments are requested to amend the Recruitment Rules for the erstwhile Group’ D’ posts as per the Model RRs and the recommendations of the Pay Commission.

  

3. Powers for framing1 amendment of RRs for Group 'C' posts have already been delegated to Ministries / Departments. Therefore the RRs may be framed accordingly, in consultation with Ministry of Law without further reference to this Department. This Department needs to be consulted only if any deviations from the model RRs are proposed.

  

4. Ministries Departments may adopt the designation of MULTI- TASKING STAFF for some common categories of posts in the secretariat offices. Annex-II indicates the categories of erstwhile Group 'D' posts which may be given this designation and illustrative list of duties attached to these posts. For other categories of posts, Ministries Departments may adopt single designation for posts whose duties are similar in nature and where the officials can easily be switched from one task to another. In all cases it may be ensured that:

  

a) The posts are classified as Group 'C'

  

b) The posts are placed in Pay Band-I with Grade Pay

  

of Rs.1800. c) The minimum qualification for appointment is prescribed as 10th pass. Where technical qualifications are considered necessary, IT1 in the relevant subject may be prescribed as the minimum qualification.

  

5. Ministry of Home affairs etc. are requested to bring the contents of this 0.M to the notice of all their Attached1 Subordinate Offices. The autonomous1 statutory bodies may adopt the same with the approval of the competent authority as per their rules1 statutes.

  

6. Hindi version follows.

(J.A.Vaidyanathan)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India

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