Enter Keyword and Search

Empanelment of Exclusive Cancer Hospitals/Units under CGHS, Delhi

with 0 Comment


Government of India

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare

Department of Health 8 Family Welfare


Maulana Azad Road, Nirman Bhawan New Delhi 110 108

dated the 23rd June, 2011




Subject: Empanelment of Exclusive Cancer Hospitals/Units under CGHS, Delhi.


The undersigned is directed to state that CGHS had initiated action for fresh empanelment of Exclusive Private Cancer Hospitals / Units under CGHS vide Office Memorandum of even number dated the 28th January 2011 and on the basis of the applications received in response to the 0M dated 28th January 2011, a list of Exclusive Private Cancer Hospitals / Units which have qualified for empanelment under CGHS, Delhi is annexed.


To continue pl.click here...


S.No. Name and address of the Exclusive Cancer Hospital / Cancer Unit Whether NABH Accredited
1. SMH Curie Cancer Centre, Shanti Mukund Hospital,
2, Institutional Area, Vikas Marg Extenaion, Karkardooma, Delhi
Tel.011 43006000-16*
2 Max Super Specilaity Hospital (A unit of Balaji Medical & Research Centre),
108-A, Indraprastha Extension, Patparganj, Delhi 011-430333333
3 Max Super Speciality Hospital
East Block (A unit of Devki Devi Foundatin), 2, Press Enclave Road, Saket, New Delhi
4 Action Cancer Hospital,
H-2/FC-34, A-4, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi*
011-45666666, 011-4922200
5 Dr.B.L.Kapur Memorial Hospital,
Pusa Road, New Delhi
Tel. 011-22460000, 22526671
6 Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre,
1, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, Mehrauli Badarpur Road, New Delhi
Tel-011- 29958747, 0011 29957485-86-87
7 Metro Hospital & Cancer institute,
21, Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi
8 Moolchand Hospital,
Lajpat Nagar, III, New Delhi
Tel 011 42000000 42000300
9 Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Center,
D-18, Sector V, Rohini New Delhi
Tel 011-47022222*
10 Dharamshila Cancer Hospital,
Dharamshila Marg, Vasundhara Enclave, Delhi
Tel 43066666, 43066587


*Will be de-paneled without any further notice, if they fail to obtain NABH Accreditation within 180 days of empanelment. 15% deduction would be applicable to the rates prescribed for cancer hospitals.

Source: msotransparent.nic.in


More CGHS orders…

Latest list of Hospitals under CGHS in Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai cities
Eligibility of permanently disabled son of a Central Government Health Service (CGHS) beneficiary to avail CGHS facility- reg.
Revision of consultation / visiting / injection fee of Authorized Medical Attendants (AMAs) under CS (MA) Rules, 1944
Addresses of Wellness Centers as per List for Outsourcing of Dental Services in Delhi
Minutes of the meeting held on 14/7/2010 regarding proposed Central Government Employees and Pensioners Health Insurance Scheme

Earmarking of posts for promotion of non-Appendix-3 qualified Accounts Assistants in the merged cadre of Sr SO (A/cs.) and SO (A/cs.)

with 0 Comment




RBE No.106/2011
New Delhi, dated 14-07-2011


The general Managers
All Indian Railways and
Production Units,
(As per mailing list)

Sub: Earmarking of posts for promotion of non-Appendix-3 qualified Accounts Assistants in the merged cadre of Sr SO (A/cs.) and SO (A/cs.).

       As the Railways are aware. in terms of Board's letter of even number dated 05-4-2007 (RBE No.54/2007) 5% of post of SO (A/cs.) were earmarked for promotion of non-Appendix-3 IREM Exam qualified Accounts Assistants. In view of merger of the grades of SO (A/cs.) and Sr. SO (A/cs) based on the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission, the issue has been considered by the Board and it has been decided that the 5% posts of erstwhile SO (A/cs.) earmarked Vide letter ibid for promotion of Accounts Assistants not qualified in Appendix-3 Examination and designated as Sr.Accounts Assistants be freezed w.e.f. 05-4-2007 and that these 5% posts would now be equivalent to 1% of the merged cadre of Sr.SO (A/cs.) and SO (A/cs.).

3. These orders take effect from 05-4-2007

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

5. ACS No.217 to sub para 6 of para 171, IREM, Vol-I, Revised Edition 1989 is also enclosed.

Deputy Director, Pay Commission-V
Railway Board

Click here to continue the OM

Source: AIRF


More Railway orders

Safety Related Retirement Scheme Covering safety categories with Grade Pay of Rs.1900/-

with 0 Comment




RBE No.107/2011
New Delhi, dated 15.07.2011


The general Managers
All Indian Railways.

Sub: Safety Related Retirement Scheme Covering safety categories with Grade Pay of Rs.1900/-

Ref: Boards letter of even number dated 28-06-2011.

       Further to Railway Board's above referred letter and as stipulated in para 2 (vi) of Railway Board's letter No. E(P&A)I-2001/RT-2(KW) dated 02-01-2004, it is reiterated that the wards of the employees seeking retirement Under the Scheme would be considered for appointment only in the lowest recruitment Grade Pay of Rs.1800/- of the respective category from which the employ seeks retirement, depending upon his/her eligibility and Suitability. However, the wards of Drivers would continue to be considered for appointment in the initial recruitment Grade Pay of Rs.1900/- p.m. as ALP.

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

3. Kindly acknowledge receipt.

(Gurpreet Singh)
Deputy Director Estt.(P&A)II,
Raiway Board


Source: AIRF



Related orders…

Safety Related Retirement Scheme in Railways covering with Safety Categories
Safety Related Retirement Scheme in Railways – Clarification
Safety Related Retirement Scheme covering safety categories with Grade Pay of Rs.1900/-

Continuance of ad-hoc appointments in PA Grade of CSSS – Dopt order

with 0 Comment


Government of India

Ministry of Personnel, PG and Pension

Department of Personnel and Training

3rd Floor, Lok Naya Bnavan,

Khan Market, New Delhi-110003.

Date, the 6th July, 2011


Subject: Continuance of ad-hoc appointments in PA Grade of CSSS - regarding.

            The undersigned is directed to refer to this Departments O.M. of even number dated 6-1-2011 whereby Cadre Units were permitted to continue the ad-hoc appointments in the PA Grade of CSSS upto 30-06-2011 and to say that the continuation of the ad-hoc appointments in the PA Grade made by the Cadre Units have been reviewed in this Department. Since availability of regular PAs through normal modes of recruitment prescribed under the CSSS Rules may take some more time, it has been decided that the period of ad-hoc appointment of those PAs who have already been working as PAs on ad-hoc basis may be extended upto 31-12-2011 or till regular PAs become available, whichever is earlier.


(Kiran Vasudeva)

Under Secretary to the Government of India

Source: www.persmin.nic.in


Dopt orders

You might like also this topic…
Latest list of Hospitals under CGHS in Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai cities

Central Government Welfare Housing Organisation(CGEWHO) - FAQ

with 0 Comment

Central Government Welfare Housing Organisation(CGEWHO)
Prototype Interactive Public Questions & Answers

(i)   What is CGEWHO ?
Ans.: "CGEWHO" stands for "Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organisation". It is a "Society" registered under Societies Registration Act 1860 and functions as an autonomous body of the Govt. of India under the aegis of M/o Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation.
(ii)  What are the AIMS of CGEWHO ?
Ans.: To provide dwelling units for the welfare of Central Government employees on "self-financing" and "No Profit-No Loss" basis all over India. 

(iii)  What is the Constitutional set-up of CGEWHO?
Ans.: CGEWHO is managed on a 4-tier system viz:

General Body comprising 14 members with Secretary, M/o Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation as its President. 

Governing Council comprising 11 members with Secretary, M/o Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation as its President. 

Executive Committee comprising 7 members with Joint Secretary(H), M/o Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation as its Chairman. 

The organisation is headed by a Full-time Chief Executive Officer. 

(iv)  Where is the office located and what is its e-mail/ web address? 
Ans.: 6th Floor, "A" Wing Janpath Bhawan, New Delhi. E-mail:- cgewho@nic.in  Web-site: www.cgewho.nic.in

(v) What is the mission statement of CGEWHO ?
Ans.:  (a) To undertake Welfare Housing Schemes on "NO  PROFIT-NO LOSS"  basis  for the Central  Government   employees (serving  and/or retired), for spouses of the deceased Central Government employees, regular employees in service  of this Society and to spouses in case of deceased  Central Govt. employees, by inter alia promoting the construction of houses / dwelling units. (b) To do all such things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects or any of them. 

(vi) Who all can apply for a dwelling unit from CGEWHO? 
Ans.: CGEWHO aims at serving and / or retired Central Government and regular CGEWHO employees. Moreover, spouses of the deceased employees or deceased retired Central Govt. employees can also apply, if otherwise, deceased employee would have been eligible.

(vii) What is a "Dwelling Unit(DU)" and can one obtain  more than one DU from  CGEWHO?
Ans.: CGEWHO invariably builds apartment blocks only i.e. flat types. Further, an eligible applicant can apply for any number of housing schemes of CGEWHO. But, finally, he can be allotted only one DU under any of the CGEWHO's housing schemes. Even if both Husband and wife are eligible, only one of them can own a dwelling unit.

(viii) Does CGEWHO also arrange financing of the dwelling units for its beneficiaries?
Ans.: CGEWHO does not arrange funds for its beneficiaries, its Housing Schemes  being on  self financing  basis. However, requisite support/assistance for raising loan is extended, such as Format of HBA form / signing Tripartite Agreement / Providing non-encumbrance certificate(s) / Clarificatory Letter from CGEWHO (on request) / Copy of approved plan(s) / title deed of land. 

(ix) Does CGEWHO collect/demand payment from its beneficiaries in lump-sum or in instalments?
Ans.: CGEWHO   undertakes  housing  projects  purely   on   "Self-financing" basis and collects cost generally in six  instalments, spread over a period of approximately 30 months, as under:-

Instalment Amount


- Earnest Money

Alongwith Application

i. 30% of cost of DU less EMD

On allotment

ii. 15% of cost of DU

On commencement of construction.

iii. 20% of cost of DU

After 4/6 months of previous instalment.

iv. 15% of cost of DU

- do -

v. 20% of cost of DU

- do -

vi. All other charges, including escalation,interest,AOA charges, Stamp duty,reserve fund, Statutory levies etc. 

On offer of Possession

2.5% rebate is offered, if the Full Payment is made within 45 days of allotment, subject to fulfilling other conditions. (May refer scheme brochure)

(x)  Is Co-ownership allowed?
Ans.: Yes. Co-ownership is allowed, but at the time of executing Sale/Lease Deed of the DU. Till then, a `certificate' is issued for facilitating availing of loans to meet the      requirements of financial institutions, case required.  

(xi) Can a person apply for any type of dwelling unit in a Scheme?
Ans.: NO.  CGEWHO Rules provide for allotments on the basis of Group of Service to which a Government employee belongs, as per the following:-
     Type A(One bedroom set)    -    D,C,B & A Groups
     Type B(Two bedroom set)    -    C,B & A Groups
     Type C(Three bedroom set)  -    B & A Groups
     Type D(Four bedroom set)   -    A Group

(xii) After handing over possession of the dwelling units, who maintains the complex?
Ans.: (i) After completion of the project, CGEWHO provide one year of defect liability period. Defects will be examined and rectified, wherever applicable, in defect liability period. Defect liability period starts from the date of completion of project and is not related to handing over of the DU to the beneficiary.
ii) All  Housing  Complexes, developed  by  the  CGEWHO, are maintained  by an "Apartment Owners' Association", created by CGEWHO from amongst the beneficiaries of the  concerned Scheme.
iii) Initially, an Ad-hoc Committee is formed/elected. iv) "Apartment Owners' Association" is later registered with the concerned authorities to give it a legal status. 

(xiii) Does CGEWHO charge the car parking cost separately or it is included in the cost of the dwelling unit?
Ans.: Car/Scooter parking is optional and is charged separately alongwith the final `instalment'. 

Ans.: A beneficiary can sell the DU allotted to him after the same has been registered in his/her favour by CGEWHO, and after following the rules of the respective "Apartment Owners Association". 
(xv) Is any penalty levied if a person withdraws from a scheme?
Ans.: No `withdrawal charges' are levied in case of withdrawal before commencement of construction. Allottees withdrawing after the date of commencement of construction are levied "withdrawal   charges" @ 15% of the first instalment. Allottees withdrawing after   allotment of specific floor/flats  are required to pay "withdrawal charges" @  20% of the first instalment.
(xvi) What happens if an allottee dies ?
Ans.: The allotted DUs is transferred in the name of the nominee/legal/natural heir, on      receipt of  "succession/relinquishment" documents. (Format of which is available in CGEWHO's HO).

(xvii) How does CGEWHO select a station for setting up a housing complex?
Ans.: By conducting a Paid Demand Survey.
(xviii) How does CGEWHO ensure quality of its projects?
Ans.: CGEWHO follows a four-tier supervision/inspection mechanism for all its projects, as under: 
i)   Supervision by the Contracting Agency
ii)  Supervision by the Architect Consultants
iii) Supervision by CGEWHO's Project Team  iv) Independent supervision by a Third-Party e.g.Indian Institute of Technology/ Engineering College of that city/Central Building Research Institute, etc.   
(xix) How many housing projects have been completed by CGEWHO till now?
Ans.: So far 23 housing projects have been completed by CGEWHO at Chennai(PhI)(524), Nerul, Navi Mumbai(384), Sector 14, Panchkula(Ph-I)(98), Kolkata(Ph-I)   (576), Sector-51, NOIDA(Ph-I&II)(1200), Kharghar, Navi Mumbai (1230),  Sector-     56,  Gurgaon(Ph-I&II)(1940), Chandigarh(305),  Bangalore(Ph-I)(603), Hyderabad(PhI)(344), Kochi(43),  Pune(Ph-I)(159), Sector-82,  NOIDA(Ph-III,  IV  &  V)(2276),  Ahmedabad(310), Jaipur(184), Hyderabad(Ph-II)(178), Panchkula(Ph- II)(240), Lucknow(Ph-I)(130),  and Pune(Ph-II)(148) - Total 10872 dwelling units.

(xx) Which are the on-going housing schemes of CGEWHO?
Ans.: On-going housing schemes are at  Chennai(Ph-II)(572), Hyderabad(Ph-III)(380), Mohali(Ph-I)(603), Bhubaneswar(Ph-I)(256), Meerut(Ph-I)(90),  Jaipur(Ph-II)(572) and Vishakhapatnam(Ph-I)(190) with   2663  dwelling  units under various stages of construction and planning.
(xxi) Which are the likely future housing schemes of CGEWHO?                              
Ans.: Bhubaneswar(Ph-II), Kharghar(Ph-II), Kolkata(Ph-II), Mohali(Ph-II) and

(xxii) For any further query, whom to contact?                              
Ans.: Shri P. K. Wadhwa, Dy Director (Admn), CGEWHO, "A", Wing, 6th Floor, Janpath Bhawan, Janpath, New Delhi-110001, contact no. 23717249. 

Recent Stories...


90Paisa - Dedicated to Central Government Employees and Pensioners. As and when orders amending the rules are published by the Government, the amendment orders will be published in our blog immediately. Readers are requested to refer to the source link is given at the end of the post.
All efforts have been made to ensure accuracy of the content on this blog, the same should not be construed as a statement of law or used for any legal purposes. 90paisa accepts no responsibility in relation to the accuracy, completeness, usefulness or otherwise, of the contents. Users are advised to verify/check any information with the relevant department(s) and/or other source(s), and to obtain any appropriate professional advice before acting on the information provided in the blog.
Links to other websites that have been included on this blog are provided for public convenience only.
90paisa is not responsible for the contents or reliability of linked websites and does not necessarily endorse the view expressed within them. We cannot guarantee the availability of such linked pages at all times.
10 crore viewers…90 Paisa Blog touches new heights
Making a Mark Achieved 100 Million Page Views - "Central Government Employees News" Blog
We are proud of our latest accomplishment – 90Paisa Blog, the first ever blog for Central Government employees, has now crossed 10 crore hits!!!
From the bottom of our hearts, we express our sincere gratitude to all our patrons who have been supporting us all along.

Civilian Pay Matrix

Defence Pay Matrix

Popular Posts

Ever Green Posts

Ever Remembering Pots..!

Recent Posts