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Sunday, July 11, 2010

Salient Features of the National Council (JCM) meeting

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Salient Features of the National Council (JCM) meeting.

(Ref: MINUTES OF THE 46TH MEETING OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL (JCM) HELD ON 15TH May 2010)

Highlights of the meeting :-

1. The 46th Meeting of the National Council (JCM) was held on 15th May 2010 under the Chairmanship of Shri K. M. Chandrasekhar, Cabinet Secretary.

2. More than 30 representatives of Staff Side and Official Side participated in the meeting.

3. The Chairman stated that although there has been a long gap between the 45th and 46th meeting of the National Council.

4. The Chairman also stated that the meetings of the Standing Committee have also been held quite frequently.

5. The Chairman then enumerated some of the decisions taken by the Government in the recent past :

• The CCS (Revised Pay) Rules 2008 have been notified vide GSR 622 (E) dated 29th August 2008.

• Instructions have been issued vide O.M. No.1/1/2008-IC dated 30th August 2008 regarding fixation of pay and payment of arrears.

• Instructions regarding revision / refixation of pension/ family pension have been issued vide O.M. NO. 38/37/08-P&PW dated 1st September 2008.

• Instructions regarding revision in the provisions regulating pension/ gratuity/ commutation of pension/family pension/disability pension/ex-gratia lump sum compensation have been issued vide O.M. No.38/37/08-P&PW dated 2nd September 2008.

• Instructions / guidelines regarding the Modified Assured Career Progression Scheme (MACP) have been issued vide O.M. No.35034/3/2008-Estt (D) dated 19th May 2009.

• Instructions/ guidelines regarding enhancement in the quantum of maternity leave and introduction of Child Care Leave (CCL) to women employees have been issued vide O.M. No.13018/2/2008-Estt. (L) Dated 11th September 2008.

• Instructions / guidelines regarding special casual leave to the Central Government Employees with disabilities have been issued vide O.M. No 25011/1/2008-Estt. (A) Dated 19th November 2008.

• In addition, most of the allowances of the Central Government Employees have been doubled as per the recommendations of the 6th Central Pay Commission.


6. The Leader, Staff Side Mr.M.Raghavaiah thanked the Chairman for apprising the staff side of the important decisions taken by the Government.

7. Staff Side Leader requested the Official Side to take necessary action to review the CCL from the restrictions.

8. He also stated regarding Children Education Allowance that the original order granting CEA to maximum of eldest two surviving children. This has resulted in problems and in certain cases the administration divisions of some Departments have even started recoveries. He requested that once a decision is taken and implemented, it should be maintained and should not be scuttled or diluted later in order to convey the right kind of message to the employees.

9. He stated that in reality an employee who hitherto got the two financial upgradations in 24 years under the old ACP Scheme, shall now have to wait for three decades to get the same level of upgradations under the new MACP Scheme.

10. He referred to the mismatch in the pay drawn by a senior direct recruit inducted into the service prior to 1st January 2006 and that of a junior direct recruit inducted into service after 1st January 2006 and stated that this is a genuine issue and requested the official side to find out a way to rectify the anomaly.

11. He further stated that normally after every Pay Commission, the Government used to raise the limit of the taxable income. This was not done this time, with the result that even the low paid employees have come within the ambit of the income tax.

12.Thereafter, Secretary, Staff Side Mr.Umraomal Purohit, while making his opening thanked the Chairman and he pointed out that the real problem lies at the level of the Departmental Councils where the meetings have been held regularly in a very few Ministries / Departments.

13. Thereafter, Secretary, Staff Side referred to the 16 pending awards of the Board of Arbitration and stated that these awards have not been implemented by the Government and there is a need to discuss them once again with the staff side. He further stated that it is the right time for a comprehensive review of the JCM Scheme and suggested that a High Level Joint Committee may be constituted for this purpose.

14. Secretary then appreciated the job done by the Fast Track Committee (FTC) and stated that despite the clear cut recommendation of the FTC regarding the Master Crafts Man, the same is yet to be implemented by the Ministry of Defence.

15. Non-matriculate class IV employees who retired or died between January 2006 and August 2008 without any re-training had also been deprived of the benefit of pay fixation in PB-I.

The Chairman stated that the pending awards of the Board of Arbitration would be reviewed. Regarding the suggestion to constitute a high level committee to review the JCM Scheme, the Chairman stated the matter may initially be discussed by the Secretary, DOP&T with the Staff Side and then if needed, a committee could be constituted.

Secretary, Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare assured the staff side that the matter will be reviewed in consultation with the Central Pension Accounts Office, Controller General of Accounts and Controller General of Defence Accounts and a deadline will be fixed for issuance of the revised PPOs.

Agenda items :-

1. SUBJECT: REIMBURSEMENT OF AYAA CHARGES – DELEGATION THEREOF

The official side stated that the Ministry of Health and Family welfare, vide its Office Memorandum dated 30th June 2008, has already addressed this problem. - ITEM FINALISED

2. SUBJECT: REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENDITURE TOWARDS IMPLANTATION OF SPECIAL TYPES OF STENTS LIKE CYPHER STENT ETC. IN CASE OF CS (MA) BENEFICIARIES – DELEGATION THEREOF

The official side stated that Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has already issued an Office Memorandum on 12th September 2007 and a clarification in this regard has been issued on 8th February 2010 and the request of the staff side has been addressed. - ITEM FINALISED

3. SUBJECT: PATHOLOGICAL & DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES

The official side stated that in the tenders issued in the current year, most of the pathological and diagnostic procedures have been included in the approved list. Further, across the cities where CGHS facility is available, many private pathological & diagnostic labs are being empanelled which will address the problems being faced by CGHS beneficiaries. Final orders in this regard are expected to be issued by June 2010. - ITEM FINALISED

4. SUBJECT: GRANT OF FMA IN LIEU OF OUT DOOR TREATMENT FACILITIES

The official side stated that the concept of FMA will have greater chances of success once the health insurance scheme is implemented. The guidelines of the proposed Health Insurance Scheme Central Government Employees and Pensioners have been shared with the staff side where OPD is taken care of through FMA and for indoor treatment an insurance cover of Rs. Five lakhs is available to the beneficiaries.

The matter will be further examined by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in consultation with the Ministry of Finance.

5. SUBJECT: RELOCATION OF ONE CGHS DISPENSARY IN WADI AREA, UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, NAGPUR

The official side stated that the matter had already been discussed with the staff side and it was agreed to have a joint inspection of Wadi area and further action in the matter will be taken on the basis of the joint inspection report. - ITEM FINALISED

6. SUBJECT: SPECIALIZED CONSULTATION IN PUC HOSPITAL LIKE ISPAT HOSPITAL, HEC HOSPITAL & CCL HOSPITAL, RANCHI

The official side stated that the matter has been considered and it has been decided to agree with the request of the staff side. - ITEM FINALISED

7. SUBJECT: SUPPLY OF FREE DIET TO EMPLOYEES AND THEIR DEPENDANT UNDER TREATMENT FOR TB, LEPROSY, MENTAL ILLNESS, CANCER AND HIV/AIDS, RENAL DIALYSIS THERAPY, THALSAEMA.

The official side stated that the demand of the staff side has been examined and suitable instructions have been issued by the Ministry of Health and Family welfare, vide its Office Memorandum dated 22nd March 2010. - ITEM FINALISED

8. SUBJECT: SANCTION OF INCENTIVE ALLOWANCE TO CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WORKING IN EXTREMISTS INFESTED AREAS

After a prolonged discussion, it was decided that the official side will re- examine the matter.

9. SUBJECT: DECLARATION OF GANDHINAGAR AS LINK – CITY OF AHMEDABAD.

In view of the prolonged demand of the Staff Side, the Chairman agreed to re-examine the matter.

10. SUBJECT: UPGRADATION OF JAMNAGAR AS B-2 TOWN WITH EFFECT FROM 20.07.2006.

The Chairman stated that there was merit in the arguments put forward by the staff side and directed the Department of Expenditure to re-examine the matter.

11. SUBJECT: A-1 STATUS TO BANGALORE CITY

The official side agreed to re-examine the matter.

12. SUBJECT: ANOMALY IN THE FIXATION OF REVISED PENSION There was no change in the basic principle that special pay or allowance shall not be reckoned for fixation of pension. Therefore, it is not possible to agree to the demand of the Staff Side. - ITEM FINALISED

13. SUBJECT: ELIGIBILITY OF FAMILY PENSION TO WIDOW/DIVORCE DAUGHTER/UN-MARRIED DAUGHTER WHO ARE NOW ELIGIBLE FOR PAYMENT OF FAMILY PENSION FOR INCLUSION OF NAMES IN PPOs ISSUED MUCH EARLIER.

The Chairman directed Secretary, Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare to hold discussion with the Staff Side and issue clarifications wherever required. - ITEM FINALISED

14. SUBJECT: GRANT OF FAMILY PENSION IN CASE OF MISSING PENSIONERS AFTER TWO MONTHS

The official side stated that the time period of 2 months proposed by the staff side is too short and agreed that the existing period of one year will be revised to six months for payment of family pension. - ITEM FINALISED

15. SUBJECT: GRANT OF HALF DAY CASUAL LEAVE FACILITY FOR INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYEES

The Chairman agreed with this and stated that suitable instructions would be issued soon. - ITEM FINALISED

16. SUBJECT: RELAXATION OF UPPER AGE LIMIT FOR DEPARTMENTAL CANDIDATES FOR APPOINTMENT TO GROUP C POSTS

The Chairman agreed to examine the suggestion of the Staff Side.

17. SUBJECT: RATE OF STITCHING CHARGE OF LIVERIES REQUIRES TO BE INCREASED

The official side agreed with the suggestion of the staff side. - ITEM FINALISED

18. SUBJECT: CASUAL LABOURERS (GRANT OF TEMPORARY STATUS & REGULARIZATION) SCHEME – NON IMPLEMENTATION OF.

The Chairman intervened and stated that if the Staff Side had any legal point on this aspect, then the same may be forwarded to the Department of Personnel & Training for examination.

19. SUBJECT: RESTRICTED HOLIDAYS FOR THE EMPLOYEES WORKING IN THE INDUSTRIAL ESTABLISHMENTS

The Official Side agreed to re-consider the matter relating to grant of two days restricted holidays to employees of industrial establishments.

20 SUBJECT: APPLICABILITY OF CCS (RSA) RULES 1993 TO THE WORKERS EMPLOYED IN DEFENCE ESTABLISHMENTS

The Chairman decided that the matter will have to be examined by the Ministry of Defence, in consultation with the Ministry of Law and Department of Personnel & Training.



Latest List of CGHS Hospitals and Diagnostic centres in Jaipur

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Central Government Health Scheme
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has published the latest list of Hospitals, Diagnostic Laboratories
and Imaging Centres empanelled with
Central Government Health Scheme
for Central Government Employees and Pensioners
as on 10th June 2010


The following hospitals and diagnostic centres have been empanelled under CGHS
with effect from 1st November, 2006, and thereafter, for the purposes specified:-

[As on 10th June 2010]


   JAIPUR : Hospitals

1.

Apex Hospitals Pvt. Ltd., SP – 6, Malaviya Industrial Area, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur 302 017 [Tel: 0141 – 275 1871 / 275 1872]

General and specialised purpose (Laproscopic surgery and IOL Implant).

2.

Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Centre, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Jaipur 302 107 [Tel: 0141 – 270 0107 / 270 2899]

Specialised purpose for Oncology.

3.

Bhandari Hospital & Research Centre, 138 – A Vasundhara Colony, Gopalpura By-pass, Tonk Road, Jaipur 302 018 [Tel: 0141 – 270 3851 / 270 5122]

General and Specialised purpose (Lithotripsy / TURP and Laproscopic surgery).

4.

Dhanwantri Life Care Pvt. Ltd., 67 / 56 A, Near Mandra Bus Stand, New Sanganer Road, Jaipur 302 020 [Tel: 0141 – 278 1425 / 278 0760]

General purpose treatment.

5.

Jaipur Hospital, Lal Kothi, Tonk Road, Near SMS Stadium, Jaipur 302015 [Tel: 0141 – 274 2266 / 274 2619]

General and Specialised purpose (Laproscopic surgery, IOL Implant and Orthopaedic joint replacement).

6.

Rungta Hospital, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur 302 017 [Tel: 0141 – 252 2200 / 252 2002]

General and Specialised purpose (Laproscopic surgery and Orthopaedic joint replacement).

7.

Soni Hospital, 38 Kanota Bagh, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Jaipur 302004 [Tel: 0141 – 256 2028 / 257 1122]

General and Specialised purpose (TURP, Laproscopic surgery, neurosurgery, IOL implant and Orthopaedic joint replacement).

8.

Manu Hospital & Research Centre, A – 1A, Near Central Academy School, Shyam Nagar, Sodala, Jaipur 302019 [Tel: 0141 – 229 2530 / 229 5567]

General and Specialised purpose [Urology (including dialysis and lithotripsy), Endoscopic surgery and ENT Neurology & Neurosurgery, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Oncology (Surgery & Chemotherapy).

9.

Jain ENT Hospital, Satya Vihar, Lal Kothi, Jaipur

Single Super-speciality [ENT with specialised surgeries].

10.

S. K. Soni Hospital, Vidhyadhar Nagar, Jaipur

General purpose and Specialised purpose in Cardiology & CTVS, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Urology including dialysis, Orthopaedic surgery including orthoscopic surgery and joint replacement, Gastroenterology & GI surgery, Paediatric & Paediatric surgery, Endoscopic surgery, ENT including specialised surgeries.

11.

Anand Hospital & Eye Care Centre, 21 Bharat Mata Lane, Jamna Lal Bajaj Marg, Jaipur

Super-speciality Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal-Medical and Vitreo-retinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty and Adnexa and other specialised treatment].

12.

Tongia Heart and General Hospital, 7 Vivekananda Marg, C – Scheme, Jaipur 302 001

Super speciality – Cardiology, Cardiovascular and Cardiothoracic surgery and diagnostic centre (Laboratory, CT, USG / Colour Doppler)

13.

Tagore Hospital & Research Institute, Mansarovar, Jaipur

Multi-speciality General purpose.

14.

Jain Eye Clinic & Hospital, K / 4 /A, Fateh Tiba, M. D. Road, Jaipur 302004

Superspeciality Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – Medical and Vitreo – Retinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty & Adnexa].

15.

K. C. Memorial Eye Hospital, Malan Ka Chauraha, Malviya Marg, “C” Scheme, Jaipur 302 001.

Superspeciality Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – Medical and Vitreo – Retinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty & Adnexa except Corneal transplant].

16.

Ganadhipati Purushotam Shekhawati Hospital & Research Centre, A / 2, Opp. Time Square Central Spine, Vidhyadhar Nagar, Jaipur 302 023.

Multi-speciality general purpose and specialised purpose in Urology including Dialysis, Orthopaedic Surgery, including joint replacement and Arthroscopic surgery; Neurology & Neurosurgery, Endoscopic / Laparoscopic surgery & ENT.

17.

S. R. Kalla Memorial Gastro & General Hospital, 7 – 8 Dhuleshwar Garden, Behind HSBC Bank, Sardar Patel Marg, C Scheme, Jaipur 302 001

Super-speciality in Urology including Dialysis, Gastroenterology and G. I. Surgery except Liver Transplant, Endoscopic / Laparascopic Surgery.

18.

Santokba Durlabji Memorial Hospital cum Medical Research Institute, Bhawani Singh Marg, Jaipur 302 015 .

General & specialised purpose [Cardiology and Cardio-thoracic Surgery, Renal Transplant, Haemodialysis, Lithotripsy / TURP, Laparoscopic surgery, IOL Implant, Orthopaedic Joint Replacement] and diagnostic services [Laboratory, USG / Colour Doppler, X – Ray].

19.

Monilek Hospital & Research Centre, Sector 4, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur 302 004

General & specialised purpose [Renal Transplant; Haemodialysis; Lithotripsy / TURP; Laparoscopic surgery; IOL implant, Orthopaedic Joint Replacement].

20.

Apex Hospital Pvt. Ltd., SP – 6, Malviya Industrial Area, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur 302 017

Super-speciality in Neurology and Neurosurgery; Orthopaedic surgery including Arthroscopic surgery and Joint replacement and Gastro-enterology.

21.

Soni Hospital, 38 Kanota Bagh, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Jaipur

Super-speciality in Cardiology; Cardiovascular and Cardiovascular surgery; Urology including Dialysis; Gastro-enterology and GI surgery; Paediatrics & Paediatrics Surgery; Medical & Surgical Oncology; Endoscopic Surgery and ENT and Diagnostic services [Clinical Pathology; Biochemistry; Microbiology; CT Scan, USG / Colour Doppler and X – Ray].

22.

J. P. Eye Hospital, Behind Times of India, Tonk Road, Jaipur 302 015

Super-speciality Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma; Strabismus; Occuloplasty & Adnexa].



JAIPUR : Diagnostic Centres


1.

Dhawal Diagnostic & Research Centre, B – 99, Vidyut Nagar, Near Purani Chungi Naka, Ajmer Road, Jaipur [Tel: 0141 – 235 8762]

Diagnostic services (Clinical pathology and biochemistry).

2.

Dr. Wahi’s Central Diagnostic Clinic, Vaid Bhawan, A – 5, Chandpole – Jhotwara Road, Jaipur 302 016 [Tel: 0141 – 230 5113]

Diagnostic services (Microbiology, USG / Colour Doppler and X – Ray).

3.

SAI Clinic Medical Endoscopic Centre, 1- Kachnar Enclave, South Civil Lines, Near Sai Baba Mandir, Maharashi Raman Diagnostic Centre, B – 5 Shiv Circle, Shiv Marg, Bani Park, Jaipur 302 016 [Tel: 0141 – 220 1589 / 220 1500]

Diagnostic services (Clinical pathology, Biochemistry, USG / Colour Doppler).

4.

Okay Diagnostic Research Centre Ltd., 4 Vivekanand Marg, C Scheme, Opp. S. M. S. Hospital, Jaipur [Tel: 0141 – 236 6494 / 236 7099]

Diagnostic services (Clinical pathology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, MRI, Mammography, USG / Colour Doppler, X – Ray and Bone Densitometry).

5.

Vardhman Scanners & Imagers (P) Ltd., Santokba Durlabhji Memorial Hospital, Bhawani Singh Road, Jaipur 302 015 [Tel: 0141 – 256 2707 / 256 6251]

Diagnostic services (MRI).



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Latest List of CGHS Hospitals and Diagnostic centres in Jabalpur

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Central Government Health Scheme
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has published the latest list of Hospitals, Diagnostic Laboratories
and Imaging Centres empanelled with
Central Government Health Scheme
for Central Government Employees and Pensioners
as on 10th June 2010


The following hospitals and diagnostic centres have been empanelled under CGHS
with effect from 1st November, 2006, and thereafter, for the purposes specified:-

[As on 10th June 2010]


   JABALPUR : Hospitals

1.

Anant Nursing Home Pvt. Ltd., Madan Mahal Railway Station Road, Wright Town, Jabalpur. [Tel: 0761 – 506 494 / 415 002]

General, specialised purpose (lithotripsy/ TURP, laparoscopic surgery, IOL implant, orthopedic joint replacement) and diagnostic centre (laboratory, USG / Colour Doppler).

2.

Jabalpur Hospital & Research Centre, Russel Crossing, Jabalpur 482 002

General, specialised purpose (Haemodialysis, lithotripsy/ TURP, laparoscopic surgery, IOL implant, Orthopaedic joint replacement) and diagnostic centre (laboratory, CT, USG / Colour Doppler, X – Ray).

3.

Bombay Hospital & Research Centre, Gole Bazar, Jabalpur [Tel: 0761 – 241 2110 / 241 0202]

General, specialised purpose (laparoscopic surgery, IOL implant, orthopedic joint replacement) and diagnostic centre (Clinical Pathology, Biochemistry, USG/ Colour Doppler, X – Ray).

4.

Marble City Hospital & Research Centre, 21 North Civil Lines, Near 2nd Bridge, Jabalpur 482001 [Tel: 0761 – 262 8154 / 2692745]

General, specialised purpose (Lithotripsy / TURP, IOL implant, laparoscopic surgery, Orthopaedic joint replacement) and diagnostic centre (laboratory, mammography, USG / Colour Doppler.

5.

Jan Jyoti Hospital & Zyoptix Laser Centre, 1051 Gole Bazar, Dixitpura, Jabalpur [Tel: 0761 – 240 4608 / 400 7033]

Super specialty eye care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal Medical & Viteroretinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty and Adnexa and other specialised treatment].

6.

Deshmukh Dental Clinic, Russel Chowk, Napier Town, Jabalpur 482001 [Tel: 0761 / 245 1520 / 403 6580]

General dentistry and special dental procedure [Orthodontistry only].

7.

Department of Dental, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Jabalpur Hospital & Research Centre, Napier Town, Jabalpur

General dentistry and special dental procedure and diagnostic procedures.

8.

Seth Mannulal Jagannath Das Trust Hospital, Dixitpura, Jabalpur

Multispeciality General purpose, specialised purpose [Orthopaedic surgery including joint replacement, endoscopic surgery and ENT including specialised surgery] and diagnostic procedures [TMT, ECHO, Doppler and ECG].

9.

Bombay Hospital & Research Centre, Gole Bazar, Jabalpur

Dialysis, CRRT and CT Scan.

10.

Metro Hospital & Cancer Research Centre [A unit of Satya Sai Cancer Society, Kuchaini Parisar, Near Chtriya Bus Stand, Damoh Naka, Jabalpur 482002

Multispeciality general purpose and specialised purpose in Neurology & Neurosurgery, Urology including Dialysis, Orthopaedic surgery including Joint Replacement & Arthroscopy, Oncology [Medical, Surgical & Radiotherapy], Gastroenterology and G.I. Surgery, Paediatrics and Paediatrics Surgery, Endoscopic / Laparoscopic surgery and ENT.

11.

City Hospital & Research Centre Pvt. Ltd., 21 / 2 Opp. Hero Honda Show Room, Near 2nd Bridge Nagrath Chowk, Jabalpur.

Multispeciality General purpose and Super- speciality [Neurology & Neurosurgery; Urology including dialysis and Lithotripsy; Orthopaedic surgery including Arthroscopic surgery and Joint Replacement, GI Surgery; Medical & Surgical Oncology; Paediatrics and Paediatric surgeries; Endoscopic surgery and ENT including specialised surgeries] General dentistry; Special dental procedures in Oral & Maxillo facial surgery; and Orthodontistry; and Diagnostic procedures Cataract / Glaucoma only. [Not recommended for Occuloplasty & Adnexa and other specialised treatment]. Diagnostic Centre [Laboratories in Clinical Pathology, Biochemistry and Microbiology; CT Scan; USG / Colour Doppler and X – Ray].

12.

Jamdar Hospital Pvt. Ltd., Gole Bazar, Jabalpur

Multi-speciality General Purpose and Super- speciality [Orthopaedic surgery including Arthroscopic surgery and Joint Replacement].

13.

National Hospital, 703 Gole Bazar, Jabalpur

Multi-speciality General purpose and Super- Speciality [IOL implant, Orthopaedic Joint replacement] and Diagnostic Services [Laboratory, USG / Colour Doppler, X – Ray].



The following hospitals will continue to be empanelled under CGHS in terms of the interim order of the High Court of Judicature at Jabalpur, in WP 10401/2007 in National Hospital, Jabalpur Vs UOI and others, and in three other WPs.

1.

Seth Mannulal Jagannath Trust Hospital & Research Centre, Dixitpura, Jabalpur.

General purpose treatment and specialised diagnostic procedure [Echo, TMT, USG, Endoscopy & Colour Doppler].

2.

Trivedi Dental Clinic, 1553 Ashoka Hotel Road, Wright Town, Jabalpur

Routine Dental treatment.



1.

Charak Diagnostic & Research Centre Pvt. Ltd., Prabhu-Vandana Building (Ground Floor), 1 Civic Centre, Marhatal, Jabalpur 482 002 [Tel: 0761- 240 4889 / 231 5889]

Diagnostic Services (USG/ Colour Doppler, Echo-cardiography, CT Scan).

2.

Heart Care, Opp. Anjuman School, Civic Centre, Jabalpur [Tel: 0761 231 0003 / 403 3117]

Diagnostic Services (Colour Doppler, ECG, TMT, Holter)

3.

SAI Clinic Medical Endoscopic Centre, 1- Kachnar Enclave, South Civil Lines, Near Sai Baba Mandir, Jabalpur 482 001. [Tel: 0761 – 262 9127]

Diagnostic Services(Endoscopy)

4.

The Heart Clinic, 13, Kingsway Camp, Jabalpur 482 001 [Tel: 0761 -262 6383 / 262 7783]

Diagnostic centre (Colour Doppler, ECG, TMT).

5.

Central India Kidney Hospital, 1572, Wright Town, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

Diagnostic Services [USG / Colour Doppler and X – Ray].

6.

Mahakoshal Hospital, Opp. Gali No: 3, Wright Town Stadium, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

Diagnostic Services [USG / Colour Doppler and X – Ray].

7.

Sanjeevan Hospital & Res. Centre, Ram Nagar Adheerlal, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh [Tel: 0761 – 236 0140].

Diagnostic Services [USG / Colour Doppler and X – Ray].



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MACP Scheme for Group B, C and D employees of IITs

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MACP scheme for Group B, C & D employees of IITs.
F.No. 17-8/2009-TS.I
Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Department of Higher Education
Technical Section -I
*****


Shastri Bhawan, New DeIhi
Dated 5th July, 2010


To
The Director,
Indian Institute of Technology,
Delhi, Bombay, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Roorkee and Guwahati



Subject: MACP Scheme for Group B, C and D employees of IITs.

Sir,

      I am directed to say that the Government has decided to put in place an MACP scheme for Group B, C & D employees of IITs. The salient features of the scheme will be as follows:-

(i)       MACP as introduced by Govt. of India will come into effect in IITs w.e.f. 01.09.2008 with provision for financial upgradation in the same manner as provided in the MACP of the Government of India without any modification whatsoever.

(ii)       RCPS will remain in force upto 3 1/08/2008.

(iii)       The financial upgradations already availed under RCPS would be taken into account while allowing any upgradation under MACP.

(iv)       Separately however, the IITs may consider amending their Recruitment Rules for various categories of posts to provide for vacancy based promotions. Recruitment Rules for each category of post providing for promotion at each level may be got approved by respective Boards.

(v)       Financial upgradations as per the MACP scheme will be followed and no upgradation to a Grade Pay higher than what is provided for under the MACP scheme will be allowed.

(vi)       For removal of ambiguity, if any, reference will be made to Ministry for clarification.



Yours faithfully,
(Pratima Dikshit)
Director



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