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Voluntary Retirement Scheme in Railways

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Voluntary Retirement Scheme in Railways

Safety Related Retirement Scheme (SRRS) was introduced in January 2004 exclusively for two frontline safety categories i.e.. Drivers and Gangmen.

The ward of the employee seeking retirement under the scheme is considered for appointment in the respective category subject to fulfillment of eligibility / suitability etc. The existing scheme has been renamed as Liberalized Active Retirement Scheme for Guaranteed Employment for Safety Staff (LARSGESS) and will cover all safety categories including Gangman with grade pay of Rs. 1800/-.

The condition of having minimum 33 years qualifying service has been reduced to minimum 20 years and the eligibility age group from 55-57 years to 50-57 years. However, in the case of Drivers, the condition of qualifying service i.e. 33 years and eligibility age group i.e. 55-57 will remain the same.

The scheme will result in younger workforce and boost morale of staff by way of provision of job to their eligible dependent wards.

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways, Shri E. Ahamed in a written reply in Rajya Sabha on 12.11.2010.

Cadre restructuring proposal of CBEC

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Cadre restructuring proposal of CBEC

We have received a hard copy of restructuring proposal from DG HRD on 11.11.2010, a scanned copy of the same have been uploaded in our blogger account. All the associations have been requested by the board to submit their views by 26.11.2010. Members may access/download the file by clicking the link below to submit their suggestions to the association ;-

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We are happy to announce that our demand for creation of two additional Central Excise Commissionerate's in the Zone, raised through our letter C.No. CCEEOA/JPR/Cadre/2007 dt.09.10.2007 (Subject-Cadre restructuring of the Department-Initiation of the process for reg) submitted to the Commissioner (DOPM) with reference to DOPM’s Memorandun F.No.5/12/ B/O&PM/ 2006 dated 12.06.2007 (which were endorsed to our Association vide Cadre Control unit’s letter C.No. II-39(2) CCU/JPR/2007/4260 dated 13.09.2007) have been included in the final report, however, our demand for a Customs (General) Commissionerate have not been accepted by the HRD.

To see our letter dt.09.10.2007, click me

What is for Rajasthan- In the CBEC final report, It has been proposed that the existing two(2) Central Excise Commissionerate under Jaipur Zone may be reorganized into four (4) CE Commissionerate. It has also been proposed that each of the Central excise & Service Tax Zone would have one Audit commissionerate.

Each Central Excise Commissionerate will have a 80 number of Superintendent posts & 120 inspectors . Similarly in Audit Commissionerate the proposed sanctioned strength is 80 Superintendent & 80 Inspectors.

3596 new posts of AC/DC at all India level (AC/DC existing post 1550, proposed AC/DC post 4896 + 250 AC reserve)

Lekhraj Meena,
Vice President(NZ)AICEIA
Ex.President,Customs & Cx. Executive Officers Asso.,Rajasthan


A forum for suggestions is also added to aiceia blog i.e. www.aiceia.blogspot.com , kindly give your suggestions before 20th of this month by cliking on reply section.

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Courtesy: AICEIA Rajasthan

Procedure Simplified for issue of Disability Certificate

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Procedure Simplified for issue of Disability Certificate

The Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Rules 1996 have been amended in December last year. The amended rules enable a simplified and decentralized procedure for issue of disability certificate. Disability certificate can now be issued by a single doctor in respect of obvious disabilities at the level Primary Health Centre (PHCs)/Government Medical Practitioner, Community Health Centres and Hospitals at the Sub-Divisional level. In case of non obvious disabilities, certificate can be issued by a specialist. Only in case of multiple disability, a Medical Board is required. Further, Medical Certificate is to be issued as far as possible within 7 days from the date of application but in any case not later than one month.

State Governments have also been requested to make similar amendments in their PwD Rules and notify their medical authorities accordingly.

A Committee consisting of representatives of various stake holders, experts in disabilities etc. has been set up in April this year to study the suggestions received from State Governments, concerned Central Ministries and several other sources on the proposed amendments to the PwD Act, 1995 and to prepare a new draft Legislation aligning it with the provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

This information was given by Shri. D. Napoleon, the Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment, in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today.

Source: PIB

Table of DOPT orders issued in the month of Oct-2010

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DOPT Orders...
Important Government Orders published in the month of October, 2010
Date & No. Subject Download
No.1801/1/12010-Estt. (C)
Timely confirmation in various Central Civil Services- issue of guidelines. Click to View
No. HRM-V/12(1)2003/FMA/Vol-II
Enhancement in the rate of Fixed Medical Allowance, payable to the serving as well as retired employees of the EPFO for outdoor medical treatment - regarding. Click to View
F. No. 38/79/08-P&PW(G)
Payment of Commutation Value of additional amount of pension in respect of employees who retired on/after 1.1.2006... Click to View
No. HRD/2(3)82/EO-AO/Pt-III/43140
Grant of Pay Structure of Grade Pay of Rs.4600 in PB-2 to the post that exists in the pre-revised scale of Rs.6500-10500 as on 01.01.2006... Click to View
RBE.No. 155/2010
rant of House Rent Allowance to Railway employees posted to new Zones/new Divisions - Regarding. Click to View

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