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Grant of advance increments/special Allowance to Stenographers in subordinate offices for acquiring higher speed in Shorthand


Government of India
Ministry of Railways
(Railway Board)

S. No. PC-VII 253
No.PC-V1/2010/1/7/5/2

RBE No.47/2011
New Delhi, dated :11.04.2011

The GMs/CAOs(R),
All Indian Railways & Production Units
(As per mailing list)

Sub: Grant of advance increments/special Allowance to Stenographers in subordinate offices for acquiring higher speed in Shorthand.

Following the notification of the Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008 and issue of instructions vide Board’s letter No.PC-IV/2010/increment/1 dated 19.08.2010, this Ministry has received references from some Railways seeking clarification regarding grant of advance increments/special Allowance to Stenographers in subordinate offices for acquiring higher speed in Shorthand. An item has also been raised in DC/JCM regarding rate of above advance increment in the revised pay structure. The matter has been examined in consultation with Department of Personnel and Training and following clarifications are being issued:

Points of doubts

Clarifications

 

1.Whether the Scheme of grant of one or two additional increments continues in the revised pay structure effective from 01.01.2006 or otherwise?

 

Grant of one or two advance increments in the revised pay structure will be effective from 01.01.2006

 

2. Whether those becoming eligible for the same w.e.f.01.01.2006 would be granted one/two increments @ 3% at the specific stage of Basic Pay, (Pay in Pay Band + Grade Pay) or alternatively first increment @ 3% of ?100 & second at 103 if hypothetically, the basic pay on the date of passing of Stenography test happens to be ‘100.

 

The increment @ 3% will be counted on the specific stage of Basic Pay (Pay in Pay Band + Grade Pay) the Railway Servants are drawing on the date of passing of Stenography test.

 

3.As per existing scheme (Boards letter No.PC-III/74/INC/3 dated 07.11.1975) date of next increment after the grant of advance increments should remain the same. Since above additional increments are to be treated as pay forall purposes as per Board's letter No.PC-IV/2010/Incrernent/1 dated 19.08.2010, it may please be clarified whether next normal increment will be granted to the concerned official on next 1st July ignoring date of grant of above additional increments in between or otherwise?

 

The normal increment will be granted to the concerned official on next 1st July ignoring date of grant of above advance increments.

 

4.As per existing scheme, above additional increments are admissible till promotion to higher post and these are not counted for fixation on promotion. It may please be clarified whether consequent upon the instruction dated 19.08.20 10 of Board, above increments would be reckoned for fixation of pay in the higher post.

 

Consequent upon the instructions contained in Board’s letter dated 19.08.2010, above increment would not be reckoned for fixation of pay in the higher post.

 

2. This issues with the concurrence of the Ministry of Railways. Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

s/d
(HARI KRISHAN)
Director, Pay Commission-II
Railway Board.

Source : AIRF

Minimum educational qualification for sportspersons for recruitment against Sports Quota

 

RBE No. 51/2011
Clarification/Corrigendum No.8

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (BHARAT SARKAR)
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (RAIL MANTRALAYA)
(RAILWAY BOARD)


No. 2011/E(Sports)/4(1)/1 / Policy Clarifications                                                                                                  New Delhi, 20th April 2011

The General Managers (P),
All Zonal Railways including
CLW, DLW, ICF, RCF, RWF, Metro Railway/Kolkata,
The CAO(R), DMW/Patiala,
The DC, RDSO/Lucknow.

Sub. :- Minimum educational qualification for sportspersons for recruitment against Sports Quota.

Ref. :- Board’s letter No. 2010/E(Sports)4(1)/l(Po1icy) dt. 31.12.2010.

   Refer Board’s policy letter mentioned above. In this connection it is clarified that instructions as contained in Board’s letter No. 2010/E(Sports)/4(1)/1 Pt.(E.Q.) dt.21.12.2010 (RBE No. 181/2010) on the above cited subject, may also be applicable in all cases for recruitment of sportspersons on Zonal Railways and Production Units against sports quota, as per Board’s letter dt. 31.12.2010 referred above.

   This also disposes ECOR’s letter No. ECoR/ Pres/ R/ Rectt./20 dt. 25.03.2011.

 

s/d
(S. K. SINGH)
Dy. Director, Estt.(Sports)

 

 

Source :AIRF

Payment of fee under the RTI Act by Indian Postal Order – Dopt order

 

No.F.10/9/2008-IR
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pension
Department of Personnel & Training


North Block. New Delhi
Dated April 26, 2011

Subject:- Payment of fee under the RTI Act by Indian Postal Order.

The undersigned is directed to say that the Right to Information (Regulation of Fee and Cost) Rules, 2005 provide that a person seeking information under the RTI Act. 2005 can make payment of fee for obtaining information by cash or demand draft or banker’s cheque or Indian Postal Order. It has been brought to the notice of this Deportment that some pubic authorities do not accept fee through the Indian Postal Orders.

2. As stated above, one of the approved modes of payment of fee under the Rules is through Indian Postal Order. Refusal to accept tee through the IPO may be treated as refusal to accept the application. It may result into imposition of penalty by the Central Information Commission on the concerned Central Pubic Information Officer under Section 20 of the Act. All the pubic authorities should, therefore. ensure that payment of fee by IPO is not denied.

3. Contents of this OM may be brought to the notice of all concerned.


(K.G.Verma)
Director


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AICPIN for the month of March, 2011

 

AICPIN for the month of March, 2011

All India Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) on base 2001=100 for the month of March, 2011 remained stationary at 185 (one hundred and eighty five).

During March, 2011, the index recorded decrease of 4 points in Chennai centre, 3 points each in Warrangal, Tiruchirapally, Vadodara and Quilon centres, 2 points in 12 centres and 1 point in 17 centres. The index increased by 6 points in Srinagar centre, 5 points in Hubli Dharwar centre, 3 points each in Bhilai, Sholapur and Mysore centres, 2 points in 5 centres, 1 point in 13 centres, while in the remaining 21 centres the index remained stationary.

The maximum decrease of 4 points in Chennai centre is mainly on account of decrease in the prices of Rice, Onion, Garlic, Vegetable items, Flower/Flower Garlands, etc. The decrease of 3 points each in Warrangal, Tiruchirapally, Vadodara and Quilon centres is due to decrease in the prices of Rice, Arhar Dal, Onion, Garlic, Vegetable items, etc. The increase of 6 points in Srinagar centre is the outcome of increase in the prices of Rice, Poultry (Chicken), Vegetable & Fruit items, Bus Fare, Tailoring Charges, Utensils Copper, etc. The increase of 5 points in Hubli Dharwar centre is due to increase in the prices of Rice, Goat Meat, Fish Fresh, Milk, Tea (Readymade), Pan Leaf, etc. whereas, the increase of 3 points each in Bhilai, Sholapur and Mysore centres is due to increase in the prices of Rice, Wheat, Milk, Coffee Powder, Firewood, etc.

The indices in respect of the six major centres are as follows :

1. Ahmedabad – 177

2. Bangalore – 188

3. Chennai – 163

4. Delhi – 169

5. Kolkata – 178

6. Mumbai – 183

The All-India (General) point to point rate of inflation for the month of March, 2011 remained static at 8.82% in comparison with the level of February, 2011. Inflation based on Food Index is 8.29% in March, 2011 as compared to 7.65% in February, 2011.

 

 

Source : PIB

Incentive limit increased to 70% in Chittaranjan Locomotive Works

 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)

 

No.2007/M(PU)/1/11.                                                                                                                  New Delhi, dated 21-O4-2O11.

The General Manager.
Chittaranjan Locomotive Works.
Chittarajan.

 

        Sub: Special Incentive Scheme.

        Ref: CME/Loco/CLW's letter no.PE/PLO/03 dated 07.02.11.

        Ministry of Railways have approved the Special Incentive Scheme as proposed by CLW subject to the following :-

        1. Incentive bonus limit to be 70%.

        2. Simultaneously, allowed timings should be reduced by 2.5 % at 60% level (with cuts in allowed time being linearly indexed to increase in incentive earning between 50% & 60%, with 0% cut at 50% earning and 2.5% cut at 60% earning).

        3. Allowed time to be further reduced by 1% at 70% level using the same formula of linear indexing between 60-70%.

        5. GM/CLW to advise a time bound target of the implementation of proposed Group incentive Scheme at CIW. All out efforts may be made for switching over to GIS at CLW.

        6 This special incentive scheme is applicable for the year 2011-12. There will be no staff increase and all other terms and conditions would remain the same as were applicable for the year 2010-11.

           This issues with the Concurrence of Finance Dte. of the Ministry of Railways.

           Hindi version will follow.

s/d
(A. K.Panda)
Director Mech. Engg.(PU),
Railway Board.


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Resolution of Working Committee Meeting - AIRF


Resolution of Working Committee Meeting - 26/04/11

AIRF has toughned its stance on long pending demands of Railwaymen & retiterated its demands in Resolution adopted by AIRF during its Working Committee meeting on 25-26/04/11. Main demands are given as under:-

* Immediate settlement of recommendations of the Department Anomaly Committee pending with the DoP&T/MoF

* Complete Cadre Restructuring Exercise without putting the condition of “Matching Savings”.

* Merge the grade pay of Technicians Grade-II(GP Rs.2400) with Technicians Grade-I(GP Rs.2800).

* Allot Grade Pay of Rs.4800 to all the Senior Supervisors.

* Removal of anomaly in the annual increment to the employees drawing increment from February to June 2006.

* LARSGESS should be liberalized and extend to all the categories of the Railwaymen and recruitment qualification in Grade Pay Rs.1800 be kept VIII class pass.

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Grant of Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) to the Armed Forces Pensioners residing in area not covered under ECHS

 

OFFICE OF THE PCDA (PENSIONS) DRAUPADI GHAT ALLAHABAD

Circular No.451                                                                                                                                             Dated :- 21.02.2011

To,

1. The Chief Accountant, RBI, Deptt. of Govt. Bank Account Central Office, C-7 lInd Floor Bandre Kurla Complex, P.B. No. 8143 Bandre East, Mumbai400051.
2. All CMDs of Public Sector Banks
3. CMD of ICICI Bank
4. CMD of IDBI Bank
5. CMD of Axis Bank
6. CMD of HDFC Bank
7. Military and Air Attache, Indian Embassy Kathmandu Nepal.
8. The Defence Pension Disbursing Officers.
9. The Treasury officers.
10. The Pay and Accounts Office.
11. Pay and Accounts Office, Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai.
12. The Post Master Kathua (]&K), Camp Bell Bay (Andaman & Nicobar)

Subject:- Grant of Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) to the Armed Forces Pensioners residing in area not covered under ECHS.

Reference :-This Office Circular No. 208 (File No. Grants/Tech/0162-VIII dated 27.07.1998)

A Copy of Government of India, MOD letter No. 1(10)/09-D (Pen/Policy) dated 12.01.2011, on the above subject is forwarded herewith as Annexure to this circular for further necessary action at your end.

2. The fixed medical allowance has been enhanced from ‘100/-pm to 300/-pm with effect from 01.09.2008. Ex Servicemen who retired after
01.04.2003 have to become member of ECHS compulsorily and are not eligible to draw Fixed Medical Allowance. However, all Pre 01.04.2003 retirees have the option of either joining the Scheme or draw Fixed Medical Allowance as per the extant rates.

3. The other conditions for grant of Fixed Medical Allowance as brought out in this Office Circular No. 208 quoted under reference shall continue to be in force. PDAs are requested to please review the cases and revise the Fixed Medical Allowance in all the affected cases accordingly.


s/d
(S N ROY)
ACDA (P)

No.Grants/Tech/0164/Vol —II
Dated:_2Vt February 2011

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PCDA Pension

Eligibility of Liveries/Uniforms to erstwhile Gp. D employees now designated as MTS

 

Controller General of Defence Accounts

Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt. New Delhi-110010

No. ANIXIV/14162/6th CPC/Cir/Vol.IV                                                                                                                         Dated 27.4.2011.

To

All PCsDA/CsDA

Subject:- Eligibility of Liveries/Uniforms to erstwhile Gp. D employees now designated as MTS.

Consequent upon acceptance of the recommendation of the 6th CPC, all the erstwhile Group ‘D’ posts have been classified as Group ‘C’ and designated as Multi Tasking Staff. Subsequent to classification of MTS as Group ‘C’, a number of references have been received in this HQrs office seeking clarification on issue of Uniforms/Liveries to erstwhile Group D employees.

2. The matter has been examined in this HQrs office and the clarification is as under :

Doubt raised

Clarification

 

Whether the Multi Tasking Staff is eligible for issue of uniforms/Liveries and Washing Allowance.

 

All MTS (erstwhile Group ‘D’ posts of Peon, Daftary, Jamadar, Junior Gestetner Operator, Frash, Chowkidar, Safaiwala, Mali etc.) who were being issued Uniform/liveries and were expected to wear their respective Uniforms while on duty before implementation of VIth CPC and selected Group ‘C’ post of Staff Car Driver who were eligible for uniforms and washing allowance prior to 6th CPC will continue to get Uniforms /Washing Allowance.

 

3. The cases regarding admittance of Liveries/Uniforms to erstwhile Gp.D employees, now designated as MTS, may be regulated accordingly.

This issues with the approval of Jt.CGDA(AN).

 

(R.K.Bhatt)

For CGDA

 

 

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Outsourcing of dental services in CGHS Delhi- Division ‘A’(South & Central Zone)


Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
Nirman Bhawan, Maulana Azad Road
New Delhi 110 108
No.CONS/RA/IR-08                                                                                                                                    Date: February 1, 2011
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

SubjectOutsourcing of dental services in CGHS Delhi- Division ‘A’(South & Central Zone).

It is brought to the notice of all concerned that Dental Service in CGHS Delhi in (Division ‘A’ Consisting of South & Central Zone) has been outsourced in 13 Wellness Centres as per list enclosed for 22 Dental Procedures which can be availed by the CGHS beneficiaries at designated Wellness Centres.
2. All CGHS beneficiaries may go directly to the Outsourced Dental clinics for treatment. On providing his/her CGHS card along with a self attested photocopy, the beneficiary will get treatment for approved procedure only in Outsourced Dental clinics on credit basis for both serving &pensioner CGHS beneficiaries. They would be requires to endorse the payment voucher/invoice generated by the outsourced Dental clinics at predetermined CGHS Rates. Access to Dental Care Services within CGHS Wellness Centres will be as follows:
(i) 0730 to 1330 hours: Exclusively for CGHS patients;
(ii) 1330 to 1930 hours: Private patients and CGHS patients (On Appointment/ First-come-first-served basis
3. However, the beneficiary shall have the option to avail the dental services at CGHS Empanelled Dental Centres/ Government Hospitals & polyclinics as will. Rate for complete denture has been fixed at Rs.1,900/- (one thousand and nine hundred only). In case any beneficiary opts for costlier dentures, he/she will have to pay the differential amount to the service provider and the beneficiary shall give an undertaking to the effect that the differential amount shall not be claimed from the CGHS.


(R.RAVI)
Director
[Tel. 2306 3483]


PAID HOLIDAY ON 1ST MAY in WEST BENGAL

PAID HOLIDAY ON 1ST MAY…

PAID HOLIDAY ON 1ST MAY in WEST BENGAL

The West Bengal State Government has decided to declare a paid holiday on the occasion of celebration of 1st May 2011 for all categories of workers and employees including the work-charged category in Industrial Establishment where the day has not already been declared as a paid holiday.

 

 

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Empanelment of private Exclusive Cancer hospitals/Units under CGHS


No: REC-!/2008/ JD(r.)/CGHS/CGHS(P)
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
*************
Maualana Azad Road, Nirman Bhawan.
New Delhi 110 108 dated the 28th January 2011.
OFFICE MEMORANDUM


Subject: Empanelment of private Exclusive Cancer hospitals/Units under CGHS
With a view to ensuring comprehensive health care to CGHS beneficiaries, CGHS has been, apart from the Government Hospitals, empanelling private hospitals and diagnostic centres by floating tendsers periodically. The latest tender process in this context commenced in the second half of 2009 and through this process package rates for different treatment procedures and investigations have been notified in 2010-2011. As a part of this process, certain hospitals and diagnosic centres which have accepted these rates amd also signed MOAs with CGHS have been notified in some of the CGHS cities. However, there are few or no rates exclusively for Cancer surgery procedures, even though rates were notified for procedures under Radiotheraphy and Chemotherapy. Therefore, there has been no or little response from Exclusive Cancer hospitals/Units under CGHS in almost all the cities, with the result a situation has arisen where CGHS is not in a position to provide to its beneficiaries the requisite health care for Cancer treatment.
2. The matter has been examined by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and it is now decided to invite applications from NABH accredited exclusive Cancer hospitals/ Cancer units, having 100 beds and above in Metro cities and 50 beds and above in non-metro cities exclusively for Cancer treatment and offering comprehensive cancer chemotheraphy (Surgical Onology, Medical Oncology and Radio-therapy). Their empanelment may be considered subject to acceptance of the following conditions:
· Rates of Tata Memorial Hospitals, Mumbai (2009), as mentioned under ‘B’ category for Cancer surgical procedures are treated as CGHS rates for treatment in Semi private ward with 10% decrease for GI. Ward and 15% enhancement for Private ward entitled patients.
· Room rent, Investigation rates and procedure charges for Chemotheraphy shall be as per CGHS prescribed rates of concerned city.
· The categorization of surgeries shall be same as per the categorization of TMH.
· The duration of treatment for different categories of Surgery will be as follows:
Category-I ……………….1-2 days
Category-II ……………….3-5 days
(7-10 days in respect of operations involving Abdominal/ thoracic cavity)
Category III , IV & V ……..14 days
  • The super-specially rates of CGHS Delhi for Cancer Radio-theraphy shall be applicable as CGHS rates for Cancer RAdiotheraphy.
  • Chemotheraphy medicines shall be procured form CGHS wherever feasible and and as per available brand. In case, medicines are supplied by hospital, they shall provide the same on credit to pensioners and shall offer a discount of 10% on MRP.
  • Consulation fee as per CGHS rates for NABH Accredited hospitals.
In case, the exclusive cancer hospital/unit has only applied for NABH accreditation, empanelment under CGHS would be considered provisionally and a 15% deduction would be applicable to the rates prescribed for cancer hospitals. However, such hospitals would be de-empanelled without any further notice, if they fail to obtain NABH Accreditation within 180 days of empanelment.
3. The Last date for submission of Applications is 28th February 2011.
4. The application form for the empanelment of Cancer Hospitals/Units can be downloaded from the website of CGHS, www.mohfw.nic.in\cghsnew\index.asp

This issues with the concurrence of Internal Finance Division in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, vide Dy. No AS & Fa/4265 dated 29.11.2010.


[Jai Prakash]
Under Secretary to Govt. of India



Comparison of grades of running staff with those of stationary staff for the purpose of promotion/selection to Group’B’ posts

 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)
******

RBE No.: 53/2011

No. E(GP)2005/2/87

New Delhi, dt:-25.O4.2011

The General Managers,
All Indian Railways and Production Units.


Sub: Comparison of grades of running staff with those of stationary staff for the purpose of promotion/selection to Group’B’ posts.

In terms of Board’s letter of even number dated 02.02.2006 (RBE No.10/2006), Railways/PUs were advised that instructions issued vide Board’s letter No. E(NG)l/89/PM2/8-A dated 10.1.92 and letter No. E(NG)I-98/PM2/8 dated 1.10.99, regarding equivalence of grades of running staff with that of stationary staff for the purpose of promotion to the posts in stationary categories, where both running and stationary staff were eligible and were considered together, would be applicable for determining eligibility of the candidates for promotion to the respective Group’B’ posts.

2 The question of equivalence of grades has since been reviewed in the light of the scales of pay introduced on the basis of scales of pay recommended by the Sixth Central Pay Commission, and it has been decided that for the purpose of determining eligibility of the candidates for promotion/selection to Group’B’ posts, the grades of running staff may be equated with those of the stationary staff as indicated below:

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Punjab Government declared 6% additional Dearness Allowance for its employees and pensioners…

 

Punjab announces 6% additional DA…

Punjab Government declared 6% additional Dearness Allowance for its employees and pensioners from 01.01.2011.

The DA would be increased from  45% to 51% and the arrears from 1.1.2011 to 30.4.2011 would be credited to their respective General Provident Accounts.

The pensioners of the Punjab State Government will be get the same in cash from 01.01.2011.

This hike in Dearness Allowance at par with Central Government employees and pensioners.

If you want to know more details, pl. visit the Punjab State Government Portal website.

Grant of Child Care Leave to widower Railway employee in the event of death of wife left behind two surviving children

 

ALL INDIA RAILWAYMEN’S FEDERATION

A.I.R.F.

No.AIRF/50                                                                                                                              Dated: April 18, 2011

The Secretary(E),
Railway Board,
New Delhi

 

Dear Sir,

Sub: Grant of Child Care Leave to widower Railway employee in the event of death of wife left behind two surviving children

       Railway Board vide letter No.E(P&A)I-2008/CPC/LE-8 dated 23.10.2008 have issued orders for grant of Child Care Leave to women employees having minor children for a maximum of two years(730 days) during their entire service for taking care of up to two children for rearing/looking after any of their need, like examination, sickness etc. During the period of such leave, women employees shall be paid leave salary equal to pay drawn immediately before proceeding on leave. Child Care Leave shall not be debited against leave account.

      A case has come to our notice where a Railway Servant who has not re-married after death of his wife, and therefore, he has to take care of his children up to the age of 18-22(as a normal and disabled) along with his normal duties,single handedly.

      It is felt that in case wife of an employee expires and he does not marry, Child Care Leave Care Leave may be extended to widower employee, looking into the condition of needy Child Care Leave up to his re-marriage. Such types of cases are very few and therefore can be considered with minimum cost to the exchequer.

 

Yours faithfully,

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
General Secretary

 

 

 

Source: AIRF

Combined Section Officers’/Stenographers’ (Gr.’B’/Gr. I) Limited Departmental Competitive Examination, 2006, 2007 and 2008

 

MOST IMMEDIATE

No. 6/3/2010-CS-I(S)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

 

Lok Nayak Bhavan, Khan Market,
New Delhi, dated the 26th April, 2011

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Combined Section Officers’/Stenographers’ (Gr.’B’/Gr. I) Limited Departmental Competitive Examination, 2006, 2007 and 2008.

  

       The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s OM of even number dated 29th October, 2010 and subsequent reminders dated l4th January, 2011 and l4th February, 2011 on the subject mentioned above.

   2. All the cadre units were requested to keep in readiness complete ACRS/APARs in respect of officials who applied for the Combined Limited Departmental Examination, 2006, 2007 and 2008 so that the result of the said Examination could be declared in a compressed time schedule and in a time bound manner. It was also requested to furnish the status confirming that the ACRs/APARs are in readiness in respect of candidates who appeared in the LDCE by 25.2.2011.

   3. However, the status report has been received only from a few cadre units so far. All the cadre units of CSS and CSSS are requested to initiate action for completion of ACRs/APARs in respect of candidates who appeared in the Combined LDCE and furnish the status report in the enclosed proforma to this Department latest by 2.5.2011.

 

s/d
( Monica Bhatia)
Director(CS-I)


 

 

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Discontinuation of ad-hoc promotion of officials of CSSS consequent upon refusal to accept regular promotion

No.5/2/2010-CS-II(C)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel Public Grievance & Pension
Deptt. of Personnel & Training

 

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan,
Khan Market, New Delhi 110003.
Dated the 25th April, 2011

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

 

Subject:- Discontinuation of ad-hoc promotion of officials of CSSS consequent upon refusal to accept regular promotion.

 

The undersigned is directed to say that it has been observed that some of the officials of CSSS, when promoted on regular basis and nominated to some other Cadre Units as per the Rotation Transfer Policy of this Department, are reluctant to move out of their present Cadre Units and subsequently refuse regular promotion with a view to be retained in their Cadre Units. Consequently, they are debarred of promotion as per the instructions of this Department. However, they continue to be appointed/promoted on ad-hoc basis during currency of the debarment by the Cadre Units.

2. On a reference from one of the participating Cadre Unit of CSSS, the matter has been examined in consultation with Establishment Division of the Department and it has been decided that the official who has refused regular promotion and consequently debarred shall not be appointed/promoted to the next higher grade on ad-hoc basis during the currency of debarment.

3. Accordingly, all Cadre Units are requested to immediately discontinue the ad-hoc promotion of the officials of CSSS who have refused to accept their regular promotion and consequently debarred from promotion for a specific period. Copies of order of their discontinuation of ad-hoc promotion may be endorsed to thisDepartment for record.


(Rajiv Manjhi)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

 

 

 



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Employee Provident Fund (EPF) : Retire as a Crorepati


Employee Provident Fund (EPF) : Retire as a Crorepati

We normally hate any kind of deductions in our monthly salary slips – either its income tax deduction , professional tax deduction or even an EPF deduction.Very few of us really know that this small EPF deduction each year can in reality make you a crorepati by the time you retire. Encouraging fact is that this statement is applicable to even with those having modest salaries. There’s many if’s and but’s to achieve that , most notably being resisting the temptation to withdraw money till retirement.

12% of your basic salary that gets deducted as part of EPF account every month has a potential to make you a crorepati by the time you retire. Most of us are of view that investment is so small and interest rate offered is nothing special. Power of compounding clubbed with a matching contribution from your employer every month can do wonders for you.

Encouraging stats : 8.5% interest earned on the EPF can help a person with a basic salary of 25,000 a month accumulate a mammoth 2.4 crore in 35 years. Sounds unbelievable.

Hard fact : A very few people are able to reach even 1 crore milestone in their careers.

Good news is that the initial draft of Direct Tax Code has proposed that new contribution to EPF be taxed on withdrawal. However , the revised draft has made EPF fully tax exempt making it once again one of the best debt option available in the market.

Try not to touch your EPF account till you hang your boots. You may have to use it during acute emergencies but other than that avoid poking into this account while you are working. Its not uncommon of people to withdraw their PF at the stage. Government discourages you to withdraw money as withdrawals from EPF within five years of joining are taxable. Early withdrawal don’t allow power of compounding to come to play.

Lesson for everyone - Do not withdraw money from EPF while switching jobs , one should transfer the balance to the new account with the new employer. Remember , this do not happen automatically. You need to fill a ‘Form 13' and deposit it with the EPFO. Make this one of your first TODO’s things at new workplace as with course of time you will loose track of it and also get pre-occupied at new job.

EPFO in addition is coming up with a software enabling online transfer of money from old account to new account. This will reduce both the paperwork and time taken for transaction.

Positives of EPF :

Guaranteed returns :EPF is one of the safest debt instruments. Safety of principal and interest earned is very much there. Besides bring discipline in investing , it  serves well to accumulate a corpus for retirement.

Tax Exemption for Sure : The contributions you make towards provident fund gets you a tax benefit under Section 80C , upto a maximum limit of 1,00,000.

Interest rate fixed by government – The rate of interest on PF account is fixed eveny year during start of financial year by the government of India. The interest is for sure guaranteed and risk – free. The interest is credited to the members account on monthly running balance with effect from the last day in each year. The rate of interest is 9.5% for the year 2010-11 as notified by the Government.  Out of 12% (or 10% as the case may be) of the employer’s share of contribution, 8.33% is to be remitted towards pension fund.

VPF option : In addition if you fund your debt portion lagging in your portfolio , you can add more through voluntary increases in your contribution (VPF).

Do not Forget Loans Options against EPF -Your EPF balance can be used as a security for getting loans and thus makes your case strong for sanction of loan. Of course , it can also be utilized during acute emergency.

What if you do not withdraw and do not transfer ? – Earlier keeping money in old EPF account was not much of a disadvantage as the amount continued to earn interest till time of withdrawal. But from April 2011 , accounts which are inactive for more than 3 years will stop earning interest. So there’s a distinct disadvantage here apart from the fact that keeping multiple accounts can be a big pain. If accounts are located in different cities , it makes process more cumbersome. Also a single account gives you a better idea of your current corpus.

Once social security number which is currently being worked upon comes into picture , EPF accounts will be portable. So in such a scenario there will be no need to switch funds. The new employer will make all contribution to this account and completely independent of workplace.

Useful Links concerning EPF :

FAQ’s on EPF – http://www.epfindia.com/faq.htm (Official Website)

 

 

Courtesy : Investment Mantra

Different kinds of travelling allowance for Central Government employees....

Different kinds of travelling allowance for Central Government employees....
  
The following allowances are the different kinds of travelling allowance:-
  
(1) Permanent or consolidated travelling allowance.
  
(2) Conveyance allowance.
  
(3) Mileage allowance.
  
(4) Daily Allowance.
  
(5) Actual cost of travelling.

  
Permanent or Consolidated Travelling Allowance
  
A permanent monthly traveling allowance may be granted by a competnet authority to any Government servant whose duties require him to travel extensively.

Such an allowance shall be in lieu of all other forms of travelling allowance for journey within the Government servant’s sphere of duty and may be drawn all the year round, whether the Government servant is absent from his headquarters or not.

A permanent travelling allowance shall not be drawn during leave, temporary transfer, or joining time or, unless otherwise expressly provided in the rules in this chapter, during any period for which travelling allowance of any other kind is drawn.
  
Conveyance Allowance :
Grant of Conveyance Allowance for Central Government employees...
  
Average monthly travel on official duty Rates of conveyance allowance p.m. for journey by -
- owned motor car other modes of conveyance
201-300 Km Rs.1120 Rs.370
301-450 Km Rs. 1680 Rs.480
451-600 Km Rs.2070 Rs.640
601-800 Km Rs.2430 Rs.750
Above 800 Km Rs.3000 Rs.850
  
Transport Allowance :-
Grant of Transport Allowance to Central Government employees.
  
Employees drawing grade pay ofRate of Transport Allowance per month-
- In 13 cities* classified as A-1/A earlier Other places
Grade pay of Rs.5400 & above Rs.3200 + DA thereon Rs.1600 + DA thereon
(i) Grade pay of Rs.4200, Rs.4600 and Rs.4800

(ii) those drawing grade pay below Rs.4200 but drawing pay in the pay band equal to Rs.7440 & above.
Rs.1600 + DA thereon Rs.800 + DA thereon
Grade pay below Rs.4200 and pay in the pay band below Rs.7440 Rs.600 + DA thereon Rs.400 + DA thereon
  
# Hyderabad(UA), Delhi(UA), Bangalore(UA), Greater Mumbai(UA), Chennai(UA), Kolkata(UA), Ahmedabad(UA), Surat(UA), Nagpur(UA), Pune(UA), Jaipur(UA), Lucknow(UA) and Kanpur(UA).
  
  

Travelling Allowance:-

Travelling Allowance - Entitlements for Journeys on Tour
  
Grade Pay Travel Entitlements
Officers drawing grade pay of Rs.10,000/- and above and those in pay scale of HAG + and above Business / Club Class by air / AC First class by train
Officers drawing grade pay of Rs.7,600 and Rs.8,900 Economy Class by air / AC First class by train
Officers drawing grade pay of Rs.5,400 and Rs.6,600 Economy Class by air / AC II Tier class by train
Officers drawing grade pay of Rs.4,200, Rs.4,600 and Rs.8,900 AC II Tier class by train
Officers drawing grade pay below Rs.4,200 First class / AC III Tier / AC Chair car by train




Source: www.cgstaffnews.com

New Pension Scheme for railway employees challenged

New Pension Scheme for railway employees challenged

The new pension scheme introduced by the Union Government for railway employees has been challenged in the Madras Bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal.

An employee of the southern railway and Dakshin Railway Employees Union (DREU) have challenged the scheme terming it unconstitutional and invalid.

According to the new scheme, employees appointed on or after 01.01.1994 in the Railways would be governed by the new pension scheme which would be governed by ‘Pension Fund Regulatory Development Authority’ which would function under the overall control of Ministry of Finance. According to the new scheme, 10% of Pay and DA of an employee would be deducted and an equal amount would be contributed by the central government.

The entire pension scheme is being authorized through various executive orders, which cannot be done to govern the retirement benefits of government employees which has to be in tune with Articles 41 to 43 of the Constitution, alleges the application. The notifications issued by the government constituting PFRDA dated 10.10.2003 and 14.11.2008 are unconstitutional, as they have not been issued by the President of India and authenticated as required under Article 77 of the Constitution and the ordnance sanctioning this also lapsed in 2005, which renders the entire process without authority of law alleges DREU in its application.

The new pension scheme, which is mandatory to government employees curtails them from exercising any option said V. Daniel, a Helper in Southern Railway. According to the New Pension Scheme, any citizen of India can join the Scheme and they can choose their Fund Managers or opt for different schemes whereas no such option is available to government servants.

The application also raised serious apprehension over the way in which their funds are being exposed to market risk and they cite the risk clause in the offer document of the NPS which says that “there are no guarantee on investments and investments involve risks such as trading volumes, settlement risk, liquidity risk, default risk, including possible loss of principal’. The application also cited the statement of PFRDA Chairman that pension fund managers regulated by PFRDA are not giving minimum guarantee on returns in their products.

Besides seeking quashing of the notification and grant retiral benefits to all employees on par with those who joined prior to January 1994, the application sought an interim injunction against the notification and also to release family pension and gratuity to certain employees who died after the introduction of the new scheme.

The matter came up before the Madras Bench of the CAT comprising Members K. Elango and R. Satapathy. Counsel R. Vaigai advanced arguments on behalf of the DREU and highlighted how the funds of the employees are being entrusted with private players and are subjected to undue risks. She also apprised the Bench that the government as an employer cannot transfer its funds to a private player and expect him to discharge government’s obligation.

After hearing the arguments on behalf of the applicant and of the central government, the Bench ordered interim relief directing the railway authorities to offer gratuity and family pension to all employees who joined after January 2004 within four weeks from the date of application and posted the matter for June 1.

Source: Lawetal News

List of common abbreviations frequently used in Central Government Offices




We have compiled the common abbreviations, which are frequently used in Central Government Offices as follows...



ABBREVIATIONS



1. A.O. : Accounts Office
2. A.O. : Accounts Officer
3. A.Os : Accounts Officers
4. A.Os. : Accounts Officers
5. “A” : Accounts
6. Asstt. : Assistant
7. A.C.A. : Assistant Controller of Accounts
8. Art. : Article
9. A/C : Account
10. ADG/SP : Additional Director General/Service Project
11. Ack. Due: Acknowledgment Due
12. AG : Accountant General
13. AT : Acceptance of Tender
14. Adj. Vr.: Adjustment Voucher
15. AT No/SO No. : Acceptance of Tender Number/Supply Order Number
16. AT No. : Acceptance of Tender Number
17. BSR : Broken Seal Register
18. CPM : Critical Path Method
19. CRMR : Charge, Receipt, Minus Receipt
20. CB : Cheques and Bills
21. CEA, IR : Children Education Allowance, Interim Relief
22. CCA : City Compensatory Allowance
23. CSR/TR : Civil Service Regulation / Treasury Rule
24. CIA : Chief Inte-arla Auditor
25. "C" Section : Costing Section
26. Col. : Colonel
27. CR Voucher : Certified Receipt Voucher
28. CPt : Cubic Foot
39. DA : Dearness Allowance
30. Dy. GM : Deputy General Allowance
31. DA : Dearness Allowance
32 . CCA : City Compensatory Allowance,
33. HRA : House Rent Allowance
34. DGI : Director Accounts Department
35. DP Section : Data Processing Section
36. Dy. Manager : Deputy Manager
37. DDG/SP : Deputy Director General/Service Project
38. DOS : Director of Riddance Services
39. DCA : Deputy Controller of Accounts
40. D (D) Vr. : Deficiency (Discrepancy) Voucher
41. D of S & D : Director of Supply and Disposal
42. DV : Disbursement of Voucher
43. DPS : Daily Payment Sheet
44. EDP : Electronic Data Processing
45. EL : Earned Leave
46. Ftr. : Factories
47. Fire Wood (Ord) : Fire Wood (Ordinary)
48. FR Part I : Financial Regulation Part I
49. GM : General Manager
50. GMs : General Managers
51. Gr. I : Grade-One
52. Gr. II : Grade-Two
53. Govt. : Government
54. G.P. Fund : General Provident Fund
55. GB : Garrison Engineer
56. HQrs. : Headquarters
57. I. Es : Industrial Employees
58. I. Note : Inspection Note
59. Issue Vr. : Issue Voucher
60. I.P.W. : Individual Piece Worker
61. IT : Idle Time
62. I/c : In Charge
63. IPW/GPW : Individual Piece Worker/Gang Piece Worker
64. IPW/PW : Individual Piece Worker/Piece Worker
65. IFD : Inter Factory Demand
66. ID Schedule : Inter Department Schedule
67. IBM 1401-M : International Business Management 1401-M
68. ID List : Inter Department List
69. IFD Items : Inter Factory Demand Items
70. Jt. GM : Joint General Manager
71. KOD : Kind of Document
72. LTC : Leave Travel Concession
73. LP : Leave with Pay
74. LPC : Last Pay Certificate
75. L.P. Bills/LP : Local Purchase Bills/Local Purchase
76. LAO : Local Audit Officer
77. LAOs : Local Audit Officers
78. LAOs Hand Book : Local Audit Officers Hand Book
79. LP/CP/FP : Local Purchase/Central Purchase/Foreign Purchase
80. MRO : Military Receivable Order
81. MT Vehicle : Motor Transport Vehicle
82. M/s : Material Section
83. MES : Military Engineering Service
84. M.C. Note : Military Credit Note
85. MI Slip : Material Inward Slip
86. MT Store : Motor Transport Store
87. NIES/NGOs : Non Industrial Employees/Non Gazetted Officers
88. NDA/NSB : Night Duty Allowance/Night Shift Bonus
89. NMD : Non Military Department
90. OTA : Overtime Allowance
91. OM Pt. VI : Office Manual Part VI
92. OM Pt. II Vol. II: Office Manual Part II Volume II
93. PM : Punching Medium
94. PW : Piece Worker
95. P+DA+CCA : Pay+Dearness Allowance+City Compensatory Allowance
96. Pay+DA+CCA : Pay+Dearness Allowance +City Compensatory Allowance
97. PW Profit : Piece Work Profit
98. PSA Schedule : Priced Store Account Schedule
99. P&AO : Pay and Accounts Office
100. PAOs : Pay & Accounts Offices
101. PSA : Priced Store Account
102. PSS : Priced Store Schedule
103. PSL : Priced Store Ledger
104. PSA Adjustment : Priced Store Account Adjustment
105. PSA Code : Priced Store Account Code
106. PAR : Package Accounting Register
107. PD Ledger : Priced Production Ledger
108. PERT : Program Evaluation and Review Technique
109. Qty. : Quantity
110. Q 1 and Q 2 : Quantity One and Quantity Two
111. R&D : Research and Development
112. RT. Vr. : Receipt Voucher
113. Rly. Receipt : Railway Receipt
114. Rt. Vr. No. : Receipt Voucher No
115. SWO Drafts/SWODs: Supplementary Work Order Drafts
116. Sr. A.O. : Senior Accounts Officer
117. SO (A) : Section Officer (Accounts)
118. "S" Section : Store Section
119. State A.G. : State Accountant General
120. S or D Services : Stock or Deposit Services
121. SV Group & AO : Stock Verification Group and Accounts Office
122. SV Group : Stock Verification Group
123. S.O. Rate/AT Rate: Supply Order Rate/Acceptance of Tender Rate
124. TA/LTC : Travelling Allowance/Leave Travel Concession
125. T Section : Transportation Section
126. TA : Travelling Allowance
127. TB : Tuberculosis
128. TA/DA : Travelling Allowance/Daily Allowance
129. TDE : Technical Development Establishment
130. TPC : Tender Purchase Committee
131. V1 and V2 : Value-One and Value-Two
132. Vr. : Voucher
133. Vr. No. : Voucher Number
134. Wt. No. : Warrant Number
135. WO No./WO : Work Order Number/Work Order
136. WC Act/CSR : Workmen Compensation Act/Central Civil Service Regulation
137. BMP : Basic Metallurgical Project
138. HAPP : Heavy Alloy Penetrator Project
139. A & E : Ammunition and Explosives
140. Fys : Factories
141. AFA-I : Assistant Financial Adviser-I
142. AFA-II : Assistant Financial Adviser-II
143. Dy. Director/PAC: Deputy Director/Public Accounts Committee
144. Accounts (Fys) : Accounts (Factories)
145. Member (Pers.) : Member (Personnel)
146. PERS Div. : Personnel Division
147. Member/P&MM : Member/Planning and Material Management
148. P&MM : Planning and Material Management
149. Member TS : Member Technical Development and Services
150. TS Division : Technical Development and Services Division
151. DPS : Data Processing Section

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Current job vacancies in Central Government - EMPLOYMENT NEWS (16th April, 2011)




The Employment News weekly carries advertisement for job of Central, State Governments, Public Sector Undertakings, Autonomous Bodies, universities, admission notices for professional courses, examination notices and results of organizations like UPSC, SSC and other general recruitment bodies and mid level career promotion opportunities (Deputation).



This weeek 16th April, 2011 ISSUE OF EMPLOYMENT NEWS brings you various vacancies in various departments...


16th April, 2011 ISSUE OF EMPLOYMENT NEWS 

E.N. NO. 3

NO. OF PAGE: 48




S.No.


PAGE NO.


NAME OF OFFICE/DEPTT./MINISTRY


POST/ADMISSION NOTIFICATION


NO OF VACANCIES


EN NO.


DAVP NO.


1


2


Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, Ministry of Human Resource Development, New Delhi


Assistant


16


3/127


 


2


2


National Institute for Empowerment of Persons with Multiple Disabilities (NIEPMD)


Admission Notification 2011-12


 


3/110


 


3


3


All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi


Administrative Officer


54


3/122


 


4


3


Central Institute for Research and Training in Employment, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Noida


Senior Hindi Translator


1


3/75


23105/11/0001/1011


5


3


Bhagini Nivedita College, University of Delhi, New Delhi


Assistant Professor/Lecturer


1


3/125


 


6


4


Office of the Principal Accountant General (Audit) Accounts Department, Jharkhand, Ranchi


Principal Accountant General (Audit)


71


3/131


15110/11/0001/1011


7


5


Ministry of Environment and Forests, New Delhi


Research Officer (Environment)


6


3/97


13101/11/0032/1011


8


5


Bhagini Nivedita College, University of Delhi, New Delhi


Assistant


3


3/126


 


9


6


UPSC


Engineering Services Examination, 2010, Result


 


3/66


55104/14/0001/1011


10


8


Ministry of Mines, Indian Bureau of Mines, Nagpur


Staff Car Driver


7


3/124


 


11


9


Ministry of Defence, Indian Ordnance Factories, Jabalpur (MP)


Midwife


2


3/74


10201/11/0002/1011


12


10


Ministry of Home Affairs, Narcotics Control Bureau, New Delhi


Superintendent


 


3/6


 


13


10


Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi


Financial Adviser


18


3/76


17101/11/0001/1011


14


11


SAMEER Society for Applied Microwave Electronics Engineering & Research, Chennai


Scientist C


15


3/121


 


15


12


Central Institute of Indian Languages, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Dept. of Higher Education, Mysore


Office Superintendent


2


3/120


 


16


12


National Board Examinations


Private Secretary


 


3/98


 


17


12


Rajasthan State Seeds Corporation Ltd., Jaipur


Company Secretary


33


3/13


 


18


12


MSME Central Tool Room & Training Centre, Bhubaneswar


Admission Notice


 


3/9


 


19


12


Krishna Water Disputes, New Delhi


Corrigendum


 


3/82


 


20


12


Department of Zoology, University of Delhi, Delhi


SRF


3


3/40


 


21


13


DFCC Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited, New Delhi


Assistant Manager


30


3/100


 


22


14


Ministry of Urban Development, New Delhi


Joint Adviser


3


3/86


 


23


15


Ministry of Defence, Ordnance Factory Naianda (Project), Bihar


Durwan


1


3/92


10201/11/3202/1011


24


16


Reserve Bank of India Services Board, Mumbai


Assistant Manager


32


3/37


 


25


18


NSIC Technical Services Centre, Chennai


Admission


 


3/104


 


26


18


National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education And Research (NIPER), Punjab


Director


 


3/129


 


27


18


Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH), Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas


Director (Finance)


 


3/107


 


28


19


MSME Tool Room, Jamshedpur


Admission Notice


 


3/7


 


29


19


Archaeological Survey of India, Bhopal


Foreman (Works)


2


3/69


 


30


19


Central Council For Research In Ayurveda And Siddha, New Delhi


Assistant Director


7


3/105


 


31


20


Indian Army


Short Service Commissioned (SSC) Officer


 


3/31


10601/11/0068/1011


32


21


Tea Board of India, Kolkata


Biochemist


4


3/63


 


33


21


Central Bureau of Investigation, New Delhi


Lecturer (Law)


2


3/35


 


34


21


Society for Promotion of Vocational & Technical Education (SOVTECH)


Employment Notice


 


3/115


 


35


22


Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology


Professor


86


3/68


 


36


22


Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi


Editor (Hindi)


 


3/134


 


37


22


Hindustan Organic Chemicals Limited, Maharashtra


Hindi Officer


 


3/103


 


38


22


Indian Veterinary Research Institute Izatnagar, UP


Walk in Interview


 


3/8


 


39


22


Institute of Secretariat Training & Management Department of Personnel & Training, New Delhi


Training Associate


1


3/99


 


40


22


Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur


Counsellor


1


3/71


 


41


22


Defence Research & Development Laboratory (DRDL), Hyderabad


Junior Research Fellow


 


3/3


10301/11/0778/1011


42


23


Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education & Literacy (NCERT)


Secretary


 


3/102


 


43


23


Railway Recruitment Board, Mumbai


Result


 


3/72


 


44


23


Bankers Institute of Rural Development


Admission Notification


 


3/48


 


45


23


National Institute of Science Education And Research


Admission


 


3/62


 


46


24


Ministry of External, New Delhi


Deputy Secretary


 


3/87


 


47


24


The Indian Navy


Short Service Commissioned Officers


 


3/135


10701/11/0001/1011


48


26


Ministry of Rural Development, Department of Land Resources, New Delhi


Assistant Commissioner


 


3/123


 


49


26


Western Railway, Railway Recruitment Cell


Result


 


3/23


 


50


26


Sainik School, Rewa (MP)


Asstt.Master Sanskrit


1


3/20


 


51


26


Ministry of Corporate 


Affairs


 


 


3/130


07101/11/0002/1011


52


27


Ministry of Science & Technology, Department of Biotechnology, New Delhi


Junior Analyst


 


3/30


36301/11/0034/1011


53


27


Northern India Institute of Fashion Technology


Admission 2011


 


3/52


 


54


27


Indian Veterinary Research Institute Izatnagar, UP


Walk in Interview


 


3/19


 


55


27


Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd., Mumbai


Field Operator


 


3/61


 


56


27


FDI Footwear Design & Development Institute, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Noida


Admissions


 


3/51


 


57


28


Central Industrial Security Force, Ministry of Home Affairs


Corrigendum


 


3/57


19113/11/0069/1011


58


28


North East Regional Institute of Education


Stenographer Grade III


 


3/46


 


59


28


Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways, Border Roads Organisation


Corrigendum


 


3/33


37102/11/0971/1011


60


28


National Institute of Science Education And Research, Bhubaneswar


Scientist Officer D


 


3/65


 


61


28


Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur


JRF


 


3/49


 


62


28


Archarya Narendra Dev College, New Delhi


Assistant Professor


 


3/11


 


63


28


Indian Railways


Editor


1


3/106


 


64


28


Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur


JRF


 


3/50


 


65


29


Birla Institute of Technology and Science


JRF


 


3/43


 


66


29


Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi


Member Secretary


1


3/28


21202/11/0008/1011


67


29


National Institute of Research on Jute & Allied Fibre Technology (ICAR), Kolkata


Lab Technician


 


3/64


 


68


29


Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism And Communicaiton, Bhopal (MP)


Admission Notification 2011-2012


 


3/67


 


69


29


Office of the Commissioner of Customs, Central Excise & Service Tax, Tirupati Commissionerate, Tirupati


Notice


 


3/21


 


70


30


National Fisheries Development Board (NFDB), Hyderabad


Executive Director


8


3/77


 


71


30


Directorate of Field Publicity, Ministry of I & B, Jammu


Field Publicity Assistant


2


3/59


22206/11/0015/1011


72


30


Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue, New Delhi


Assistant Commissioner


 


3/85


 


73


31


Office of the Cantonment Board, Ranikhet, uttarakhand


Computer Programmer


1


3/83


 


74


31


Office of the Superintending Archaeologist Archaeological Survey of India, Vadodara, Gujarat


Foreman


3


3/34


09102/11/0040/1011


75


31


Office of the Commissioner Coal Mines Provident Fund Organisation Headquaters Office, Dhanbad


Senior Finance Officer


1


3/89


 


76


32


Ministry of Home Affairs


Deputy Central Intelligence Officer


1


3/90


19116/11/0038/1011


77


32


Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education And Research, Puducherry


Corrigendum


 


3/38


 


78


32


Employees State Insurance Corporation, HP


Peon


 


3/109


 


79


32


Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, New Delhi


Technical Member


1


3/35


05201/11/0014/1011


80


33


Cantonment Board Bakloh Distt.Chamba (HP)


TGT


3


3/117


 


81


33


Directorate General Border Security Force New Delhi-03


Assistant Sub-Inspector


 


3/55


19110/11/0383/1011


82


33


Ministry of Textiles, Office of the Development Commissioner (Handicarfts), New Delhi


Assistant Director


8


3/27


41103/11/0101/1011


83


34


Prasar Bharati, Broadcasting Corporation of India, All India Radio, Cuttack


Announcer


 


3/112


 


84


34


Ministry of Water Resources, Central Water and Power Research Station, Pune


Chief Photographer


1


3/26


45106/11/0002/1011


85


35


College of Materials Management, Jabalpur (MP)


LDC


4


3/2


10202/11/0314/1011


86


35


Station Workshop EME, Allahabad


Telecom Machanic


1


3/132


 


87


36


National Authority, Chemical Weapons Convention, Cabinet Secretariat, New Delhi


Joint Director


 


3/84


 


88


36


L N Mishra Institute of Economic Development & Social Change, Patna


Admission Notice 2011


 


3/119


 


89


36


CDFD


Admission for Research Scholars Programme-2011


 


3/10


 


90


37


Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Official Language, New Delhi


Administrative Officer


 


3/58


19201/11/0015/1011


91


37


Cantonment Board Post Box No.83, Shillong, Meghalaya


Notification


 


3/118


 


92


37


Air India Air Transport Services Limited


Walk in Selection


 


3/36


 


93


37


MSME Tool Room, Kolkata


Accounts Officer


 


3/17


 


94


38


Cabinet Secretariat


Assistant


49


3/60


58101/11/0040/1011


95


38


Ministry of Commerce and Industry Department of Commerce


Director


 


3/137


 


96


38


Delhi Milk Scheme, New Delhi


Accounts Officer


2


3/95


 


97


39


Directorate General, Indo Tibetan Border Police, Ministry of Home Affairs


Assistant Surgeon


3


3/91


19112/11/0416/1011


98


40


Ministry of Labour & Employment, New Delhi


Director


1


3/29


23107/11/0006/1011


99


40


Cantonment Board, Danapur


Medical Officer


1


3/42


 


100


41


Ministry of Development of N.E.Region, Shillong


Adviser (Health)


1


3/93


 


101


41


Ministry of Defence, New Delhi


Animal Supervisor


1


3/88


 


102


42


Punjab National Bank, New Delhi


Single Window Operator A


6428


3/39


 


103


44


Cantonment Board Jabalpur


Safaiwala


 


3/116


 


104


44


SSC, Southern Region, Chennai


Accountant


 


3/15


32204/11/0001/1112


105


45


Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries, New Delhi


Corrigendum


 


3/47


 


106


45


National Legal Services Authority


LDC


1


3/79


 


107


45


Power Finance Corporation Limited, New Delhi


Dy.Manager


13


3/14


 


108


46


National Institute of Homoeopathy, Department of Ayush, Kolkata


Admission Notice


 


3/96


17209/0006/1011


109


46


Indian Grassland & Fodder Research Institute, Jhansi


Stenographer Gr.III


3


3/94


 


110


47


Ministry of Defence, Indian Ordnance Factoreis, Katni


Fireman


5


3/1


10201/11/3208/1011


111


48


Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture & Cooperation, New Delhi


Additional Agricultural Marketing Adviser


1


3/133


 


112


48


UPSC


Cancellation


 


3/136


55104/14/0002/1112

 

Source: Employment News

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