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Performance of Rail Coach Manufacturing Units

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Performance of Rail Coach Manufacturing Units


The production capacity of the two coach manufacturing production units, Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala and Integral Coach Factory, Chennai under Indian Railways, is being fully utilized. For the year 2010-11, a requirement of 18000 wagons and 4000 coaches has been assessed. The total production capacity of the two coach manufacturing production units under Indian Railways is 3000 per year. The total production capacity during the year 2007-08 was 3101 (Coaches) and 14700 (Wagons), during 2008-09 it was 3193 (Coaches) and 15261 (Wagons) and during 2009-10 it was 3494 (Coaches) and 15597 (Wagons).

A work has been sanctioned to expand the capacity of Integral Coach Factory, Chennai from the existing capacity of 1500 to 1700 coaches per annum. Considering the increasing requirement of coaches various initiatives for setting up new coach manufacturing facilities have also been taken.

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways, Shri Bharatsinh Solanki in a written reply in Rajya Sabha today.

Source: PIB

Provident Fund Adalat on March 10

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PF Adalat on March 10

The Regional Provident Fund (PF) Commissioner, Sub-Regional Office, Vellore, will be redressing grievances of EPF members and employers during the Bhavishya Nidhi Adalat to be held at the sub-regional office of the Employees Provident Fund Organisation here on March 10.

Pankaj Raman, Regional PF Commissioner, Vellore,has advised the EPF members to register their grievances which are pending for more than a month, through post/fax (ph.no.0416-2220654, fax no.0416-2222150) or e.mail (epf.vlr@gmail.com or sro.vellore@epfindia.gov.in), furnishing their PF account number/PPO number and nature of grievances, along with their telephone/fax no./e.mail ID (superscribing the envelope “EPF ADALAT”) to the PR Officer, Sub-Regional Office, Employees Provident Fund Organisation, 31, Filter Bed Road, Vellore-632001.

Source: The Hindu

Overstay while on deputation

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No. 6/8/2009-Estt (Pay-II)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training



New Delhi, Dated 1st March, 2011



OFFICE MEMORANDUM



Subject:    Overstay while on deputation.



Undersigned is directed to refer to this Departments OM of even number dated the 17th June, 2010 and to say that as per existing intructions no extension in deputation beyond the fifth year is allowed. Further, as per the OM No.14017/30/2006-Estt(RR) dated the 29th November, 2006, the deputationist officer is deemed to have been relieved on the date of expiry of the deputation period unless the competent authority has with requisite approvals, extended the period of deputation, in writing, prior to the date of its expiry. It is observed that despite these clear instructions, proposals for regularization of overstay of officers on deputation beyond the five year period continue to be received in the Department. It is reiterated that it will be the responsibility of the immediate superior officer to ensure that the deputationist does not overstay. In the event of the officer overstaying for any reason whatsoever, he/she is liable to disciplinary action and other adverse Civil/Service consequences which would include the period of unauthorised overstay not being counted for service for the purpose of pension and that any increment due during the period of unauthorized overstay being deferred with cumulative effect, till the date on which the officer rejoins his parent cadre.

2. All Ministries/Departments may please note that henceforth no ex-post facto approval for regularization of overstay on deputation would be allowed.



s/d
(Mukesh Chaturvedi)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India



DoP&T Order

Time-Limit for Disciplinary Action Against Government Employees

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Time-Limit for Disciplinary Action Against Govt. Servants

The Government had appointed a three member Committee of Experts to examine and suggest measures to expedite the process involved in Disciplinary/Vigilance Proceedings. In its Report, the Committee has recommended that a time limit of two months may be prescribed for completion of minor penalty disciplinary inquiries and 12 months for major penalty disciplinary inquiries. The report of the Committee is under examination. As part of preventive measures for checking corruption, it is imperative that Disciplinary Proceedings are completed in time, and delinquent officers are punished.

The matter related to amendment to the Article 311 of the constitution to remove the protection shield of Government servants is being examined by a Group of Ministers.

This information was given by the Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Shri V.Narayanasamy in written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha today.



Source: PIB

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