Thursday, August 05, 2010

Revised pay structure of the common category posts of Pharmacists cadre – clarification

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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(Railway Board)
S. N0. PC-VI/220
No.PC­VI/2009/I/RSRP/10
RBE N0. 109/2010
New Delhi, dated 05.08.2010
The GMs/CAOs(R),
All Indian Railways & Production Units
(As per mailing list)


Sub:      Revised pay structure of the common category posts of Pharmacists cadre – clarification reg.

      Attention is invited to Railway Board’s letter of even number dated 30.O3.2010 on the above subject.

2.      As per para 2 of Board’s letter dated 30.03.2010 Pharmacist Grade-II and Grade I will be merged and designated as Pharmacist (non- functional grade) in PB 2 with grade pay of Rs.4200/- and the grade will be granted to Pharmacist (entry grade) on non-functional basis after 2 years of regular service in the grade pay of Rs.2800. In view of this, the word ‘promotion’ appearing in para 3 of the letter may be read as ‘placement’. Such placement will, however, be subject to vigilance clearance.

3.      This issues in consultation with Establishment and Health Directorates and concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.


(HARI KRISHAN)
Director, Pay Commission­-II
Railway Board


www.indianrailways.gov.in

Preventive Health-Check-up of CGHS beneficiaries above the age of 40 years

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No:S.11015/2/2008-CGHS Desk II
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
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Nirman Bhawan. Maulana Azad Road,
New Delhi, dated the 29th July, 2010


OFFICE MEMORANDUM


Subject: Preventive Health-Check-up of CGHS beneficiaries above the age of 40 years.

The undersigned is directed to state that CGHS has been providing medical care facilities to all its beneficiaries through dispensaries in 25 cities; Government hospitals, polyclinics and through private hospitals and diagnostic centres empanelled under CGHS. A suggestion was made that the CGHS can play pro-active role in providing medical facilities to its beneficiaries by providing for preventive health check-up of its beneficiaries above specified age. The suggestion has been examined in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and it was decided to implement a preventive check-up scheme of all CGHS beneficiaries above the age of 40 years, with effect from 24th February, 2010.. Presently, the check-up has been introduced in two dispensaries in Ramakrishna Puram (in Sector XII and Sector IV). The scheme is voluntary to CGHS beneficiaries. To avail this facility, beneficiaries of these dispensaries can register themselves in their respective dispensaries. The following tests would be carried out:

Male Female
Hb; Blood Sugar (Fasting & PP); LFT; KFT; T3 T4 TSH; Lipid Profile and ECG Hb; Blood Sugar (Fasting & PP); LFT; KFT; T3 T4 TSH; Lipid Profile; ECG and PAP Smear


2. After investigations, the beneficiaries will undergo history taking, general examination, eye examination and gynecological examination. They are then examine by a medical specialist and based on the investigations, general, systemic, eye and gynecological examinations, the beneficiaries would be advised on the follow-up and further examination /treatment by specialists.

3. Beneficiaries intending to get the health check-up need not get prior permission from their respective Ministries / Departments. The cost of getting the health check-up is Rs. 800/- (Rupees Eight hundred only) in respect of male beneficiary and Rs. 900/- (Rupees Nine hundred only) in respect of female beneficiaries. The expenditure incurred by serving employees and their eligible members may be reimbursed by the Ministry / Department in which they are working.

4. This issue with the concurrence of IFD, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Dy. No: 4656/AS&FA/20.07.2009 dated the 3rd December, 2009.

(R.Ravi)
Director





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