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Engagement of retired Central Government Officials as Consultants in Ministry of Home Affairs.

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F.No.A-42012/7/2010-Ad.II
Government of India/Bharat Sarkar
Ministry of Home Affairs/Grih Mantralaya
Ad-II Section
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Sub: Engagement of retired Central Government Officials as Consultants in Ministry of Home Affairs.
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This Ministry proposes to prepare a panel of officers of the level of Assistants/Section Officer/Under Secretary who have retired from Central Government Service from these posts during last 2 years from 1.1.2009 till date and are willing for engagement as Consultants in this Ministry. Compensation will be last pay drawn minus pension and the dearness allowance at prevalent rate. The initial engagement will be for 6 months and if the vacancy remain unfilled may be continued for another 6 months. Willing officers are requested to send their Bio-Data and contact details, specifically mentioning the areas of experience, to the undersigned.
(Amarendra Singh)
Under Secretary (Ad-II)
Tel.No. 2309 2085
Room No. 94-C, North Block

Guidelines for Admission in Class XI based on Grade Points

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Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan
18 Institutional Area, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg
New Delhi - 110 602


F.11016/01/2010-KVSHQ/Acad/


Dated: 16.06.2010
SPEED POST


The Assistant Commissioner
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan
All Regions & Kathmandu, Moscow & Tehran.


Subject: Guidelines for Admission in Class XI based on Grade Points.

Madam/Sir,

With reference to the subject cited above, the broad guidelines for admission in Class XI, duly approved by Chairman, KVS, is given hereunder for immediate implementation in all Kendriya Vidyalayas.

(I) CLASS XI ADMISSIONS : -

Fresh admissions would be made after accommodating all the eligible students of the same KV in the entitled stream and thereafter students from other KVs. Fresh admission for remaining vacancies would be made in order of merit In the sequence of categories of priority on the basis of the board results of class X. There would be no fresh admission in class XI over and above the class strength. Admissions in different streams for children seeking admission from KVs & non-KVs would be nude on fulfillment of the following requirements:

      The cut off Grade and CGPA for admissions in Science, Commerce & Humanities Streams would be as under:

a.       Science Stream
(1)      Science with Mathematics
      A minimum of B2 GRADE in Maths
      A minimum of B2 GRADE in Science and
      A minimum of 6.0 CGPA

(ii)       Science without Maths
      Science without mathematics may be allowed if the student has secured B2
      GRADE in Science with at least 6.0 CGPA.

b.       Commerce Stream
      1. A minimum of 6.0 CGPA.
      2. Mathematics can- be offered with Commerce if the student has obtained a minimum of B2 GRADE in Mathematics.

C.       Humanities Stream
      All students of Kendriya Vidyalayas if they are declared successful by the CBSE would be given admission. However, Humanities with Mathematics can be offered if at least B2 GRADE is obtained in Mathematics.
Note:      INFORMATICS PRACTICES AS AN ELECTIVE SUBJECT 15 OFFERED TO ALL STREAMS. ADMISSION TO THIS WOULD BE GRANTED AS PER THE COMBINED MERIT LIST.

d.      Computer Science / Bio-Technology , wherever available as an elective subject is to be offered to students of Science Stream and admission would be granted as per combined merit list. Multi-media & Web-Designing Technology (wherever available) as elective subject may be offered to students of all the streams (Commerce, Humanities & Science).

Following concessions will be allowed for admission to Science and Commerce streams.

(A).       Students belonging to SC/ST be given upgradation by one grade in two subjects wherever required. CGPA may be enhanced by 0.4 for the purpose of admission to Class XI Science/Commerce.

(B)       The following concession will’ be, granted to students fore, admission who participated in Games & Sports meet/Scouting &Guiding/NCC/Adventure activities at various levels, The certificate needed for this purpose can be of any preceding years.

  S.No.

Sports & Games

  NCC

Scouting / Guiding

Adventure Activities for admission to
Science/Commerce stream

Concession of marks

  a.

Participation at SGFI or
equivalent

'A’ Certificate and
participation in
Republic/PM
Rally

Rashtrapati Puraskar
award certificate

  NIL

0.8 points in CGPA

  b.

Participation at KVS
National level

'A’ Certificate and best
cadet in distt/State level

Rajya Puruskar award
certificate with 07
proficiency badges

  NIL

0.6 points in CGPA

  c.

Participation at KVS
Regional level

'A’ Certificate

Tritiya sapan certificate
with 05 proficiency badges

Participation in at least one 10-days adventure activity

  0.2 points in CGPA



      Maximum concession under Sports / Games / NCC / Scout / Guide/Adventure will not exceed 0.8 points in CGPA .In case of eligibility for more than one concession under different categories as mentioned at(a),(b) and (c) above , only one concession having maximum advantage to the candidate will be allowed.

(c)       Admission of non eligible children of Embassy Officers in all Kendriya Vidyalayas abroad in class XI will be decided by the Commissioner , KVS on case to case basis.

(d)       Principal may admit children to class XI only Up to the permitted class strength.

(e)       A student who was earlier not found eligible for admission to a particular stream may be allowed fresh admission to a particular stream in class XI in the next academic session, if he/she improves his/her performance within one year from the same Board.

In case of 02 or more candidates obtaining equal CGPA(overall indicative ‘ percentage of marks), the inter-se-merit of such candidates may be determined as follows:

(a) For Science based Courses:
• Candidates obtaining higher CGPA , (indicative percentage of marks) in one compulsory language (Better of English /Hindi), Mathematics and Science.

(b) For Commerce based Courses with Mathematics:
• Candidates obtaining higher CGPA (indicative percentage of marks) in one compulsory language (Better of English/Hindi), Mathematics and Science/Social Science.

(c) For Commerce based Courses-without Mathemoticsi
• Candidates obtaining’ higher CGPA (indlcative percentage of marks) in one compulsory language (Better of English/Hindi), Science and Social Science.

(d) For Humanities based Courses:
• Candidates obtaining higher CGPA (indicative percentage of marks) in one compulsory language (Better of English /Hindi), Social Science and 2 “d Language. The contents of this letter be brought to the notice of all the Principals of Kendriya Vidyalayas functioning in your Region,

Yours faithfully,

(PiyaThakur)
Assistant Commissioner (Acad.)

CBI arrests former Chairman of Railway Recruitment Board, Mumbai

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CBI arrests former Chairman of Railway Recruitment Board, Mumbai

The Central Bureau of Investigationhas arrested Chairman, Railway Recruitment Board, Mumbai(under suspension) and Senior Divisional Personnel Officer, Raipur in a railway recruitment scam relating to examinations of the Assistant Loco Pilot and Assistant Station Master.

The CBI had earlier arrested eight accused persons i.e. son of Chairman Railway Recruitment Board (RRB), Mumbai; the then Additional Divisional Railway Manager (ADRM); his son; one Raipur-based agent; one employee of Health Department of Government of Andhra Pradesh and three Hyderabad-based agents and all were in Judicial Custody. These eight accused persons were taken into three days CBI custody from the designated Court at Hyderabad today.

Though the CBI had concrete evidence that Sharma's son, Vivek Bharadwaj Sharma, was the one who leaked the examination papers of Assistant Loco Pilot and Assistant Station Master held on June 6 and 13 respectively, they wanted to probe the role of the former Chairman in the scam. The CBI has unearthed the scam by conducting simultaneous raids at Mumbai, Bangalore, Raipur, and Kolkata & Hyderabad. It is estimated that the scam runs into several crores of rupees. Further investigation is continuing.

Hospital would then give the flexibility of providing generic equivalents of the prescribed medicine

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No. S-11025/45/10-MH-I
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Directorate General of Health Services
(Medical Hospital-I Section)

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 26th May, 2010

ORDER


It has been observed that Doctors in the Central Government hospitals and autonomous institutions under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare prescribe specific brands of medicines quite often with a rider that no substitute should, be supplied. Instances have also come to notice where the prescribed drug was very expensive and cheaper substitutes were available. However, the patient did not have any choice but to procure the prescribed drug.

The matter has been considered by the Competent Authority. It is observed that generic drugs are usually much cheaper than branded drugs. Therefore, Central Government hospitals must provide only good quality generic medicines. It has, therefore, been decided that whenever any branded drug is prescribed in the above mentioned institutions, it shall invariably also be mentioned that any other equivalent generic drug could also be provided. For instance, if the prescription is for Tablet Crocin, then the prescription should read as ‘Tab Crocin’ or any other equivalent generic drug. The hospital would then give the flexibility of providing generic equivalents of the prescribed medicine.

It has also been decided that henceforth the prescription will be regularly monitored in Dte.G.H.S. to verify compliance with these instructions.


(Dr.Arvind Thergaonkar )
Additional Dupty Director General (M)


Inclusion of names of the widowed or divorced or unmarried daughter/ parents / dependent disabled etc., in the PPO – PProcedure for – Regarding

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No. 1/6/08-P&PW (E)
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. & Pensions
Department of Pension & Pensioner’s Welfare


Lok Nayak Bhawan
Khan Market, New Delhi-110003
Dated: 22nd June, 2010


OFFICE MEMORANDUM


Subject:      Inclusion of names of the widowed or divorced or unmarried daughter/ parents / dependent disabled siblings (i.e. brothers and sisters/) in the PPO – Procedure for – Regarding.


          The undersigned is directed to state that it was clarified earlier vide this Department’s O.M.No. 1/21/91-P&PW (E) dated 20.1.1993 that the revised PPO format introduced w.e.f. 1.1.1990 contains provision for entry of details of all members of the family of the pensioner. The PPOs issued prior to 1.1.90, however, do not contain the names / details of children of the pensioner. In cases where the names of eligible children have not been mentioned in the PPO for various reasons, the pensioner can furnish a list of eligible children to the pension sanctioning authority and obtain an acknowledgement thereof from that authority. This acknowledgment will be produced at the time of submission of family pension claim to the pension sanctioning authority. However, the production of an acknowledgment will not be a pre-condition to the processing of claim for family pension. Even the spouse of the dead Government servant/ pensioner can furnish the details of such Children, if not furnished by the Government servant/pensioner earlier, to the pension sanctioning authority as clarified vide this Department’s O.M. No. 1/21/91-P&PW (E) dt. 15.1.1999.

2.          Representations have been received in this Department from Pensioners/family pensioners and Pensioners Associations indicating the reluctance on the part of Ministries / Departments / Organisations to include the names of eligible family members (i.e. widowed / divorced / unmarried daughters; parents and dependent disabled siblings (i.e. brothers and sisters) in the PPO thereby delaying the sanction of family pension to such eligible family members. This is not only a source of frustration and denial of rightful claim to such eligible family members but at times causes undue hardship to them.

3.        With a view to streamlining and cut delays in the pension sanctioning process, it is hereby clarified that in cases wherein eligibility of family members (i.e. divorced or widowed or unmarried daughter/ parents/ dependent disabled siblings (i.e. brothers/sisters) occurs after issue of the PPO, the pensioner himself or his/her spouse may intimate the details/ names of divorced or widowed or unmarried daughter/parents/dependent disabled siblings (i.e. brothers and sisters), to the pension sanctioning authority as per the procedure indicated in para (1) above. Similarly, in cases where the pensioner or his/her spouse has expired, the widowed or divorced or unmarried daughter/ parents/ dependent disabled sibling can themselves intimate such details to the pension sanctioning authority. However, the family pension in such cases can be processed by the pension sanctioning authority even without such intimation / acknowledgment, if sufficient proof of entitlement is produced by the claimant and all other conditions for grant of family pension are fulfilled.

4.        This issues with the concurrence of the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure vide their U.O. No.368/EV/2010 dated 15.06.2010.

5.        Hindi version will follow.


Yours sincerely
(K.S. Chibb) Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India


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