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AIIMS may increase charges for private wards and rooms



AIIMS may increase charges for private wards and rooms

New Delhi, Dec 28 (PTI) The premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences might increase charges for private wards and rooms and use the additional money generated to drive down the cost for various services at the general wards.

The proposal has been approved by the Standing Finance Committee and the Governing Body of AIIMS, but has not been given effect as yet as required mechanisms for providing required consumables like medicines need to be set up, hospital sources said.

A circular was issued by the Financial Adviser, AIIMS in November, 2010 asking for details of various user charges in the Institute. It was based on a questionnaire developed by the Costing Accounting Unit of the Ministry of Finance.

AIIMS authorities and the government have been exploring ways to modernise the premier institute cinluding setting up of the Valiathan committee which has already submitted its report.

Source: PTI

Reckoning of Running Allowance as pay for the purpose of deduction of Income Tax


GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWA BAORD)


No. F(X)I-91/23/3

New Delhi, Dated 28-12-2010

As per Standard List I, II, III


Sub: Reckoning of Running Allowance as pay for the purpose of deduction of Income Tax.

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In continuation of Board's letter of even number dated 13.07.2000, a copy of the Notification of Ministry of Finance (Central Board of Direct Taxes) No. S.O. 2820(E) dated 22nd November 2010 regarding substitution of the letters figures and words "Rs.6,000/- per month" with letters, figures and in sub rule (2) in the table against serial number 4 in column 4 is enclosed for information and guidance.

Receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged.



s/d
(V.Rama Manohar Rao),
Joint Director, Finance (Exp.)-I,
Railway Board



DA : As Above



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Reimbursement of cost of Safety Shoes in favour of Trackmen (Gangmen), Keymen, Mates, Gatemen & Trolleymen - NFIR's on 27th & 28th December, 2010



NFIR
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen

3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI - 110 055

Affiliated to :
Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
Internatinal Transport Worker's Federation (ITF)


MESSAGE


No.9/2010 (PNM)

Dated - 28-12-2010

The General Secretaries of Zonal Unions of N.F.I.R.


Sub: Reimbursement of cost of Safety Shoes in favour of Trackmen (Gangmen), Keymen, Mates, Gatemen & Trolleymen - NFIR's on 27th & 28th December, 2010.

The demand of NFIR for enhancement of reimbursable amount to not less than Rs.1000/- towards the cost of Safety Shoes for Tarackmen, Keymen, Mates, Gatemen and Trolleymen was discussed in the PNM Meeting held on 27th & 28th December, 2010 with the Railway Board.

Consequently the Railway Board has agreed to revised the amount. It is expected that revision would be Rs.900/-.

The Trackmen category should be informed accordingly.



Yours fraternally, s/d
(M.Raghavaiah),
General Secretary



Courtesy : NFIR

Pay hike for KSCB staff



Pay hike for KSCB staff

The State government has issued orders revising the pay scales of employees of the Kerala State Cooperative Bank with retrospective effect from April 1, 2007.

Addressing a press conference here on Monday, Cooperation and Coir Development Minister G. Sudhakaran said the government had accepted the pay revision report of a panel headed by the Principal Secretary (Cooperatives), according to which the minimum upward revision for the last grade employee will be Rs.1,500 and that of Chief General Manager will be Rs.11,000. The KSCB will have to incur an additional burden of Rs.18 lakh a month or Rs. 2.16 crore a year. The Board of Directors had been authorised to work out the details of arrear payment.

He said the existing running master scale of Rs.6,000-37,700 had been revised to Rs.7,825-50,450. The following are the revised pay scales for various categories of employees with the existing scale in brackets: Peon/attender 7,825-20,975 (6,000-14,775), Clerk: 9,625-28,375 (7,375-19,975) Junior Assistant: 11,750-32,050 (8,925-24,775) Accounts Officer: 14,375-38,350 (10,975- 29,300), Deputy General Manager: 20,975-48,950 (15,925-36,575) Chief General Manager: 25,075-50,450 (19,250-37,700).

Employees would get 6.25 per cent fitment and 24 per cent dearness allowance along with the basic pay from the date of opting for the new scale or from April 1, 2007. The pay revision committee's recommendation for one increment for 10 years of service and two increments for 20 years service also have been accepted.

Employees would get a house rent allowance of 10 per cent of the salary, subject to a limit of Rs.2,000, besides three stagnation increments. The commission's recommendation for higher grade promotion for the sub-staff category depending on the years of service has also been accepted.

The government had sanctioned special pay for qualified employees ranging between Rs.500 to 700, over and above the pay committee's recommendation with a view to induct professionalism in its services.

The Minister pointed out that the government had sanctioned the pay revision even though the KSCB was going through difficult times. Bank Chairman Koliyakode Krishnan Nair said the bank was in the red mainly on account of the inhospitable attitude of the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard), which had failed to extend refinance for farm loans. Despite this, the bank had advanced farm loans, suffering loss in interest component to the tune of Rs. 12 crore.



source : The Hindu

Latest Pass News from NFIR



Latest Pass News from NFIR

NFIR
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen

3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI - 110 055

Affiliated to :
Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
Internatinal Transport Worker's Federation (ITF)


MESSAGE

No.II / 50 / 1
I / 15


Dated - 27-12-2010


General Secretaries of Affiliated Unions
of N.F.I.R.


Reg: Privilege Pass - Eligibility
****

As already advised, those who are in the Grade Pay of Rs.4200/- will be made eligible for AC-2 Tier and those in Grade Pay Rs.2800/- will be entitled for AC-3 Tier in Privilege Passes.

Those in Grade Pay Rs.1900/-, Rs.2000/- and Rs.2400/- while proceeding on duty will be eligible for AC-3 Tier travel.

Orders above position was earlier also conveyed and again reiterated for information of staff.



M.Raghavaiah
General Secretary from Railway
Board, PNM Meeting at Rail Bhawan



Source : NFIR

CBSE to affiliate 5 Delhi schools with its international board



CBSE to affiliate 5 Delhi schools with its international board

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will affiliate five schools in India with its ‘international board’. As many as 20 schools functioning in foreign countries are already affiliated with the CBSE International Board. Harmeet Kaur Waraich, principal of Nankana Sahib Public School, Ludhiana, said this after returning to the city from Bangalore, where she attended the 17th annual conference of CBSE Sahodaya School Complexes on December 20 and 21.

Waraich said: “This declaration was made by CBSE Chairman Vineet Joshi and Head (Innovative and Research), CBSE, Dr Sahdna Parashar. After already affiliating 20 schools in foreign countries in the session 2010-2011, it now plans to include five schools of Delhi from the coming academic session on an experimental basis. If the feedback is satisfactory, more schools will be affiliated to the CBSEIB.”

The conference was attended by nearly 500 CBSE school principals from across the country, with five of them from Ludhiana.

Pramjit Kaur, principal of BCM Arya Model Senior Secondary School, Shastri Nagar, who also attended the conference, said: “Many key issues such as school-based assessments, addressing resistance to change, teacher empowerment, supporting teachers in implementing continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE), embedding technology in CCE environment, strengthening formative learning, responding to diversity through CCE, dimensions of co-scholastic skills and life skills education, were discussed.”

Waraich said: “It was also decided to start an online filing of CCE card from January 15 for Class IX and X.”

Source: Indian Express

Introduction of Automated System of Allotment in lower types of Govt. houses



No.12035/16/2010-Pol.II
Govt. of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates


Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated 22nd December, 2010


Office Memorandum



      Subject: - Introduction of Automated System of Allotment in lower types of Govt. houses.



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      With a view to introduce complete transparency, speedy allotment, higher occupancy of houses and enable the applicants to get houses of their choice, it has been decided to introduce the Automated System of Allotment in lower type as already introduced earlier in the higher types. In this system, list of all vacant houses and also the waiting list is placed on the website of this Directorate and the applicants are require to give their option for one or more houses of their choice in order of priority keeping in view their seniority as per procedure metioned herein under:-

      (i) With effect from the date as mentioned in para 2 below, all applications for allotment of houses will be accepted “on line” only.

      (ii)Every applicant will have to create his/her account by tilling up me required on line application form following the instructions on the screen. After completing the process, on line, the applicant will have to take a print out of his/her application and submit to the Directorate of Estates a self signed copy thereof for activation of his /her account. On receipt of the application, his/her account will be activated by sending a Registration Number (which will work as his/her ID) and a pass word through SMS and/or E-mail. For this purpose every applicant whether new or already registered has to furnish his mobile No. and Email ID.

      (iii)Once the applicant has received his/her registration number and log-in-password through SMS/e-mail, then he/she will be able to operate his/her account for giving option for house/houses and also making required changes in his/her preferences, choices etc.

      (iv)Both existing applications as well as new applicants will have to indicate heir choices/preferences for houses online.

      (v) All the applications received up to 15th of the month will be included in the waiting list. Also all houses falling vacant till 15th of each month would be displayed, pool-wise, on this Directorate’s website (estates.nic.in) for giving choices by the applicants during 16th – 24th for Type-IV, 16th -27th for Type-III and 16th to 1st for Type-II each month. During this period, the list of vacant houses as well as the waiting list will remain frozen. Regular allotments will be made each month on 25th for Type-IV, 28th for Type-III and 2nd for Type-II.

      (vi)An applicant will be allotted the house chosen by his/her if nobody senior to him/her in the waiting list has opted for the same.

      (vii)The concept of technical acceptance will be done away with.

      (viii)Applicants will be eligible for one change in each category of house. No separate change waiting list will be prepared. Waiting list for change as well as the first allotment will be the same. On the day of enforcement of the Automated System of Allotment the existing change waiting list (Which is based on first come-first- serve principle) will be frozen and will be placed, en block, senior to the unified waiting list prepared as per the new order.

      (ix)With effect from the date as indicated in para 2 below for each type the present practice of maintaining a separate-change waiting list on first-come-first-serve –principle and area/locality wise waiting list will be done away with.

      (x) The applicants will have to necessarily accept the house allotted as per their choice. In the event of non-acceptance, the applicant will be debarred for further allotment for a period of one year.

      2. Subject to such modifications as may be notified from time to time, allotment of General Pool Residential Accommodation through automated system would come into force with effect from date indicated bellow:-

Type

Effective Date

Period for indicating choices

Date of first automated allotment

Type-IV

1st Jan, 2011

16th-24th 

January 2011

25.01.2011

Type-III

1st Feb, 2011

16th-27th

February 2011

28.02.2011

Type-II

1st April, 2011

16thApril-1st

May,2011

02.05.2011



s/d
(J.P.Rath)
Deputy Director of Estates



www.estates.nin.in

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