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Rotational Transfer Policy (RTP) applicable to Central Secretariat stenographers' Service personnel — consolidated instructions — reg.

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No.13/1/2009-CS-II

Government of India

Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions,

Department of Personnel & Training


Lok Nayak Bhawan. Khan Market,

New Delhi, dated the 15th July, 2011


OFFICE MEMORANDUM


Subject: Rotational Transfer Policy (RTP) applicable to Central Secretariat stenographers' Service personnel — consolidated instructions — regarding.


            In supersession of the instructions contained in OMs of even number dated  21-07-2009, 02-03-2010 and 30-07-2010 on the subject mentioned above, it has been decided that the tenure of a CSSS personnel in a particular cadre unit/Ministry/Department shall be 10 years. However, normally. an officer will be posted outside the cadre unit/Ministry/Department only upon promotion.

2. In order to ensure that officers are given exposure to working in different Ministries/Departments, he/she would he allowed to give three options (Cadre unit in case of posting upto the level of PS and Ministries/Departments in case of PPS onwards), whenever he/she is liable to be transferred out under the said policy. An effort would be made to accommodate their options to the extent possible subject to seniority and availability of vacancies. 

3. An officer, who is otherwise liable to he transferred outside the Cadre unit/Ministry/Department as per the above policy, may not be transferred under the following circumstances:

     (a) If the officer has less than 2 years of service left to superannuate he or she will not be transferred provided there is a vacancy available in that grade in the concerned Ministry/Department.

      (b) If the officer is superannuating within a period of 6 months and there is no vacancy available in that cadre unit, he/she shall be given personal
upgradation in the same cadre unit by keeping a vacancy in abeyance for the period in some other cadre unit.

      (c) If a CSSS officer is posted with Secretary to the Government of India, he/she may be allowed to continue there provided a written request is
received by the Secretary concerned in this regard.  Such extended stay would be allowed uptill 3 months after the date of superannuation of the Secretary concerned. No further extension would he allowed.

In order to ensure that opportunity of working with a Secretary to Government of India is available to more officers, it has also been decided
that a CSSS officer can work in the office of Secretary maximum for a period of 10 years and this would be ensured by the concerned
Ministry/Department/Cadre Units while posting an official in the office of the Secretary to the Government of India. However, this condition will not apply in case of Sr.PPS/PSOs as normally there is only one such post available in any Ministry/Department.

(d) PMO. Cabinet Secretariat and offices of Attorney General and Solicitor General of India would he exempted from the above policy.

4, it has also been decided that if an officer of CSSS is not relieved within 45 days of the transfer order or such period, if any. allowed by the Department of Personnel and Training, the officer shall deemed to have been relieved by the Cadre unit/Ministry/Department in which he/she has been working and thereafter, the officer shall not be entitled to draw any salary and allowances for the period of such overstay from the Ministry/Department from where the officer was transferred.

5. This policy would come into effect for all promotions/transfers effective after 1gst July, 2011. However, orders which have already been issued as per previous policy prior to the above date will not he altered and will need to be implemented.

 

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(Rajeev Kapoor)

Joint Secretary to the Government of India

 

Source: www.persmin.nic.in
[http://persmin.gov.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02csd/RTP2011.pdf]

 

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Supreme Court Recalls ITS Directions to MoD in Pushpavanti Case

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Ministry of Defence

Supreme Court Recalls ITS Directions to MoD in Pushpavanti Case

               The Supreme Court has recalled its order given on 15 November last year in which it had directed MoD to set up a Commission to look into the grievances of serving and former soldiers of the Armed Forces. In the same order, the Apex Court had made a mention of Smt Pushpa Vanti’s case, a widow whose husband was an Army Major. The petitioner Smt Pushpa Vanti had claimed that she was getting only a meager amount of Rs.80/- per month as pension since the death of her husband in 1967 and her pension had not been revised since then. In the said order, the Supreme Court also alluded to the discontent among the serving and former members Armed Forces and their widows and family member regarding their service condition i.e. Pay Scales, anomalies regarding pension, inadequate pension etc. and directed the Central Government to set up a Commission called Armed Forces Grievances Redressal Commission to look into the grievances of serving and former members of the Armed Forces and their dependents.

Subsequently, the Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare of MoD verified the facts regarding actual pension drawn by Smt Pushpa Vanti and also considered the implications of setting up of such a Commission given the fact that an elaborate mechanism for welfare and resettlement of Ex-servicemen and their dependent already exists under the aegis of Department of Ex-servicemen Welfare.

On verification of facts it was found that Smt Pushpa Vanti is actually drawing a family pension of Rs.16360 and not Rs.80/- as incorrectly represented before the Apex Court. The factual position was brought before the Supreme Court on 05 July 2011 by the Department of Ex-servicemen Welfare through the Solicitor General of India who also submitted before the Supreme Court that for looking after the welfare and resettlement of Ex-servicemen a comprehensive mechanism is already in place.

Following this, the Supreme Court recalled its order given on 15 November 2010.

 

Source: PIB

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Incentive for acquiring higher Scientific/Accounts/Technical Qualification of Group ‘C’ employees in Railways

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RB/ESTT.No.55/2011

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)


No.E(NG)I-2008/IC-2/1

New Delhi dated 02-05-2011


The General Managers (P)

All India Railways and

Production Units

(As per standard list)


Sub:- Incentive for acquiring higher Scientific/Accounts/Technical Qualification of Group ‘C’ employees.


Reference Board’s letter No.E(NG)I-2008/IC-2/1 dated 21.02.2008 regarding incentive to Group 'C' employee who acquired the specified qualifications prior to 01.07.1988. A question has arisen as to whether the benefit as extended under Boards letter bid may be extended to Group ‘C' employees who had acquired the requisite qualification before the cut off dates, but retired subsequently without availing the additional benefit.


2. The matter has accordingly been considered by the Board and it has been decided that Group ‘C’ staff who acquired the requisite qualification prior to the cut off date i.e. prior to 01.07.88 and retired subsequently without availing the benefit, may also be granted additional increments w.e.f 04-05-1990 as per their entitlements.


3. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of Railway Board


Please acknowledge receipt.

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(M.K.Meena)

Dy. Director Estt/(N)

Railway Board

Source: Indian Railways
[http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/railwayboard/uploads/directorate/establishment/ENG-I/RBE_55.PDF]

 

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Placement and Fixation of Pay of Group - D staff - Substitutes - reg.

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SOUTHERN RAILWAY

No.P(PC) 524/VI-PC/Vol.V

Headquarters Office,
Personnel Branch,
Chennai - 600 003.
Dated : 07.07.2011

AII PB Officers
Hqrs/Divisions/Extra – Divisions                                                                                                                                          PBC No.83/2011

 

Sub : Placement and Fixation of Pay of Group - D staff - Substitutes - reg.

Ref : This office letter of even No. dated 24.06.2010.

 

In the light of Board's letter No.E(NG)-II/2009/RR-1/10/Pt. dated 09.12.2010, the letter under reference was reviewed and the following instructions are issued:

(1) Group-D employees possessing the Educational Qualification of X Standard or ITI or equivalent are to be placed in PB-1 Rs.5200-20200 with GP Rs.1800, hence;

(2) The Substitutes who are possessing the Educational Qualification of X Standard or ITI or equivalent are to be placed in PB-1 Rs.52..-20200 with GP Rs.100 on attaining temporary status w.e.f the date of issue of above Board's letter dated 09.12.2010.

(3) Act Apprentices on completion of 120 days of regular service are to be given temporary status and they will also be placed in PB-1 Rs.5200-20200 with GP Rs.18oo from the date of issue of Board's letter dated 09.12.2010 on attaining temporary status.

This issues with the approval of CPO.

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(M.SUBRAMANIAN)
Asst. Personnel Officer/C&R
for Chief Personnel Officer

 

Courtesy : DREU

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Latest list of Hospitals under CGHS in Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai cities

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Latest list of Hospitals under CGHS in Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai cities

Fresh empanelment of Diagnostic Laboratories and Imaging Centres under CGHS Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai

Annexure to Office Memorandum, No:S.11011/23/2009-CGHS D.11/Hospital Cell dated the 15th July, 2011

BENGALURU

S.No.

Name of Diagnostic Laboratory/

Imaging Centre

Approved for

Whether accredited by NABL

Remarks

 

1.

 

Anand Diagnostic Laboratory ,Infantry Road Cross,Shivajinagar, Bengaluru 560001

Tel:25591947, 25599895

 

Diagnostic Laboratory & Radiology

 

yes

 

Empanelment of Imaging Services is provisional subject QCI inspection

 

2.

 

RV Metropolis Diagnostic Health Care Pvt. Ltd.,

No-7 & 21, 10th Cross Yellappa Garden, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru 560003

 

Diagnostic Laboratory & Radiology

 

yes

 

Empanelment of Imaging Services is provisional subject QCI inspection

 

3.

 

Central Lab,

F3 3rd Floor Shiv Shankar Plaza, No:19, Lalbagh, Richmond Circle Jn., Bengaluru 560027,

Tel:22237370

 

Diagnostic Laboratory

 

yes

 

 

4.

 

Bengaluru Inst. or Oncology

No.8., P. Kalinga Road, Sampangam Nagar, Bengaluru –27

Tel 40206000

 

Diagnostic Laboratory & Radiology

 

yes

 

Empanelment of Imaging Services is provisional subject QCI inspection

 

CHENNAI

     

S.No.

Name of Diagnostic Laboratory/

Imaging Centre

Approved for

Wheather accredited by NABL

Remarks

 

1.

 

Metropolis Health Care Limited

No.3 Jagannathan Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai 600034. Tel 044-42055555

 

Diagnostic Laboratory

 

yes

 

 

2.

 

Anderson Diagnostics

No. 150, Poonamalee High Road, Chennai- 600084. Tel 044-43539444

 

Radiology

 

NR

 

Empanelment of Imaging Services is provisional subject QCI inspection

MUMBAI

S.No.

Name of Diagnostic Laboratory/

Imaging Centre

Approved for

Whether accredited by NABL

Remarks

 

1.

 

Chitra Scan & Imaging Centre,

No.2 Chitra Apartment, Ground Floor, Gokuldas, Pasta Road. Behind Chitra Cinema, Dadar(E), Mumbai 400 014 [Tel: 022 — 5680 6691 / 24129860]

 

CT. X-ray , USG, Colour Doppler

 

NR

 

Empanelment of Imaging centres is provisional subject to recommendation for empanelment by QCI after inspection

 

2.

 

Dr Lal Path Labs Pvt. Ltd.,

Mumbai

 

Diagnostic Laboratory

 

Yes

 

 

3.

 

Dr. V. T. Shah Diagnostic Centre & Clinic,

Kapole Niwas. 590 Dr.Ambedkar Road, Mumbai 400019[Tel: 022 — 2414 0745/24135594]

 

Radiology (USG, Colour Doppler) & Diagnostic  Laboratory

 

No

 

Empanelment of Imaging centres is provisional subject to recommendation for empanelment by QCI after inspection

 

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