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Revision of Stitching Charges

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F.No. 141 1/2010-JCA2
Government of  India
Ministry of  Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of  Personnel & Training)

North Block, New  Delhi
Dated the  18th April, 2011


Subject:  Revision of Stitching Charges.

The undersigned is directed to  say that based on a demand raised  by  the  Staff  Side,  in  National  Council  (JCM), the question  of revising  the  Stitching Charges  of  Uniforms,  supplied  to Common Categories of  employees (Multi-Tasking Staff  -  erstwhile Group ‘D’  posts of  Peon, Daftry, Jamadar, Junior Gestetner Operator, Frash, Chowkidar, Safaiwala, Mali  etc. and  Staff Car Drivers,  Dispatch Riders etc.) in  the Central  Secretariat and its Attached  and Subordinate Offices, has  been examined in consultation with the Ministry of  Finance.  Consequently, it has  been decided to  enhance the  rates  of  stitching charges, with  effect from  1 st  April, 2011 thereby modifying the earlier instructions issued vide this Ministry’s O.M. No.  14/3/2006-JCA dated 28th  September, 2006.

2.  The  revised  rates  of  stitching charges,  with  effect  from  1st April, 2011, will be as under:-

(1) Buttoned-up-coat and pant  -  Rs.750/-
(2)  Over Coat for Staff Car Drivers  -  Rs.600/-
(3)  Ladies half-coat  -  Rs.600/-

(4)  Pant (Terricot)  -  Rs.135/-
(5)  Bush Shirt (Polyvastra)  -  ‘ Rs .  60/-
(6)  Blouse  -  Rs. 45/ -
(7)  Petticoat  -  Rs. 30/-
(8)  Salwar Kameez  -  Rs. 90/-

Protective clothing [for Malis/Bhisties ]
(9)  Pyjama         -Rs.24/-
(10)  Short (Half-Pant) –RS.60/-
(11)  Shirt (Cotton) -Rs-.45/-

3.  It  may  please  be  noted  that the reimbursement  of  Stitching Charges at the preseribcd rates  should  be  done  only  after the stitched uniforms are  produced  and are duly  stamped, with indelible ink,  a t  an  appropriate  place on  the  wrong  side  of  the  stitched  dress,  for identification.  A  proper  record  and  procedure  should  be  evolved  to ensure  that  the  employees  produce  the  stitched uniforms  within  a reasonable period (say one month) after the cloth is supplied to them.

4.  Thi s   i s s u e s   with  t h e   concurrence  of  Department  of  Expenditure vide ID No.  5(1)/E.I1(A)/2009 d a t e d  08.04.201 1.

Hindi version will follow.

(Dinesh Kapila)
Director  (JCA)

Source: www.persmin.nic.in

Consumer Price Index Numbers on Base 2010=100 for Rural, Urban and Combined for the Month of March 2011

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Consumer Price Index Numbers :-
Consumer Price Index Numbers on Base 2010=100 for Rural, Urban and Combined for the Month of March 2011

      The Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation has introduced a new series of Consumer Price Indices (CPI) on base 2010=100 for all-India and States/UTs separately for rural, urban and combined with effect from January, 2011.

      Provisional indices for the month of March, 2011 and also final indices for January 2011 are being released with this note for all-India and for States/UTs. It may be mentioned that annual inflation rates would be available at the time of release of indices for January 2012, when the indices for one year are available.

All India indices

      All India provisional General (all groups), Group and Sub- Group level CPI numbers (after rounding off to the nearest integer) of March, 2011 for rural, urban and combined (rural plus urban) are given in Annex I. The General Indices for rural, urban and combined are107, 104 and 106 respectively, more or less the same level of February, 2011. At all India (rural plus urban) level, the index for ‘milk and products’ for March 2011 rose by 1.9% as compared to the corresponding index for February 2011 and the index for ‘egg, fish and meat’ also increased by 1.9%. The index for ‘vegetables’ declined by 6.6% while the index for ‘fruits’ rose by 3.5%.

State/UT indices

      State/UT -wise General and Group level provisional CPI numbers (after rounding off to the nearest integer) for rural, urban and combined are at Annex II, III and IV respectively.

Next date of release: 18.05.2011 for April, 2011.

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 Press-Release Published On: 11.04.2011

On account of the General Election to the West Bengal Legislative Assembly, 2011 scheduled to be held in six phases in the State the following days [day of poll] shall be a public holiday under N.I.Act for the offices located in the districts / part of the districts and the Assembly Constituencies indicated against each.

Coochbehar,    Jalpaiguri,    Darjeeling, Uttar Dinajpur, Dakshin Dinajpur and 
1 to 54
18-04-2011 [Monday]
Murshidabad, Nadia & Birbhum
55 to 93, 284 to 294
23-04-2011 [Saturday] (For those  State  Govt. Offices where Saturday is not a holiday).
North 24-Parganas, South 24-Parganas, Kolkata South and Kolkata North.
94 to 168
27-04-2011 [Wednesday]
Howrah,  Hooghly,   Purbo  Medinipur and part of Burdwan.
169 to 218, 260, 262 to 273.
03-05-2011 [Tuesday]
Part  of Paschim   Medinipur,  Part  of Purulia, part of Bankura and part of Burdwan.
219, 223 to 232, 235, 242   to   248,  252  to 259, 261, 274 to 283.
07-05-11 [Saturday] (For those State Govt. Offices where Saturday is not a holiday).
Part of Paschim Medinipur, part of Purulia & part of Bankura.
220to222, 233,234, 236 to 241, 249 to 251
10-05-2011 [Tuesday]

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CGHS empanelment: 18 hospitals furnish fresh tenders

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CGHS empanelment: 18 hospitals furnish fresh tenders

A total of 18 hospitals have submitted fresh tenders for being empanelled under the Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) in the city. Additional director of CGHS, Pune, S R Pashupatimath said the e-tenders were being processed.

Last year, the government had invited tenders from hospitals for empanelment. While 17 hospitals had been shortlisted, only three were empanelled. This decision had caused a great deal of anxiety among nearly 1 lakh CGHS beneficiaries in the city.

It had led the additional director of CGHS in Pune to write to the authorities, saying it was practically impossible to manage patients at three hospitals. The government had also proposed two tier rates for hospitals accredited with National Accreditation Board of Hospitals (NABH) and those who do not have the NABH.

The ones who would have been hit hard are the beneficiaries, said Suresh Ranade, retired Commandant of BSF and vice-president of the Central Government Pensioners Association. “Previously there were 54 hospitals. It was reduced to 27 and now only three hospitals have been empanelled. However, the government revised its decision and allowed the hospitals to send tenders for empanellement.

Source- Indian Express


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NEW DELHI: India Post will set up special counters in areas that do not have access to basic postal services. The move aims to bridge the rural-urban divide by promoting financial inclusion in interior areas.
            As a first step towards this, the postal department will carry out a study on the distance people need to travel to reach to a post office. The study, which will arrive at a base figure, will assess the reach of the postal department in realistic terms and determine the areas that are under-served. The department expects to finish the study by the end of the year.
            "The figures, which will be derived on a notional basis, will help the department make an estimation of its accessibility on a nationwide scale," said an official in the ministry of communications and information technology.
            The India Post initiative will help estimate the current state of financial inclusiveness in the country. Post offices play an important role in government’s effort to promote financial inclusion in the country because of their presence in the interiors.
            There are over 1.5 lakh post offices in the country, of which 1.39 lakh are in rural areas while almost 16,000 are in urban areas, according to data up to March 2010. On an average, each post office serves 7,176 people and covers an area of approximately 21.21 sq km. India Post has initiated several steps to expand its reach. Presence of post offices is key to the success of several government plans aimed at financial inclusion.
            Apart from lending connectivity, post offices play a major role in bringing basic financial services like banking and insurance to remote areas. "Lack of post offices in any area virtually cuts down its connectivity with the rest of the country. So, it is important that we assess our reach and take steps to narrow down the deficiencies wherever they exist," the official said, requesting anonymity. To increase its footprint, India Post has set up franchisee outlets in areas where having a post office is not feasible.

Source: Economic Times

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