Friday, February 18, 2011

Recruitment Rules Group ‘C’ posts in Pay Band I with Grade Pay of Rs. 1800 (pre-revised Group D posts)

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AB14017/6/2009-Estt(RR)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
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New Delhi, the 17th February, 2011


OFFICE MEMORANDUM



Subject:    Recruitment Rules Group ‘C’ posts in Pay Band I with Grade Pay of Rs. 1800 (pre-revised Group D posts).



      Reference is invited to OM of even number dated 30th April,2010 circulating Model Recruitment Rules for Group C posts in Pb-I with Grade Pay of Rs.1800. In this Department’s OM dated 12th May,2010. Ministries / Departments were requested to intimate their requirements for non-technical Group ‘C’ posts PB- I Grade Pay of Rs 1800 to SSC immediately so that Commission could initiate action for recruitment. However, several Ministries / Departments are yet to notify the revised Recruitment Rules as per the Model Recruitment Rules circulated by DOPT even though the vacancies in Group C, PB-I Grade Pay Rs. 1800 have been communicated by them to the concerned Regional Office of Staff Selection Commission. In view of the ensuing examination to be conducted by Staff Selection Commission for the Multi-Tasking Staff, DOPT has issued Umbrella Notification No.AB14017/6/2009-Estt(RR) dated 8th February, 2011 for regulating the educational and other qualifications for direct recruits for the posts which were in Group D scale prior to the implementation of Sixth Central Pay Commission and have been placed in Group C in PB-I, GP Rs.1800. The Umbrella Notification has been circulated to all the Ministries/Departments of Government of India also.

2.       IT is, however, reiterated that all the Ministries / Departments will initiate action on priority basis for revising the Recruitment Rules circulated by this Department.



(Smita Kumar)
Director (E. I)





Source: www.persmin.nic.in

Air India offers low fare tickets on selected sectors

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Air India offers low fare tickets on selected sectors

New Delhi, Feb 18 (PTI) In a bid to attract more passengers, Air India today launched a number of low basic fare tickets on selected domestic sectors.

The lowest basic fare would be Rs 100 on selected sectors, excluding the fuel surcharge, passenger service fee, user development fee - wherever applicable- and the service tax.

"The tickets would be available in the 14-day advance booking category under the Budget Season Promotion Scheme between February and March 31," an airline spokesperson said.

The 14-day advance one way purchase fare of Rs 100 is available on Delhi-Chennai, Delhi-Bangalore and Delhi- Hyderabad sectors.

A passenger will have to pay Rs 3,429, inclusive of all surcharge and taxes on Delhi-Chennai sector, while Rs 3,229 on Chennai-Delhi flight. Similarly, a Delhi-Bangalore ticket would cost Rs 3,429 and on return leg it would be Rs 3,481.



Source: PTI



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