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Aganwadi Workers Training Centres

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Ministry of Women and Child Development

Aganwadi Workers Training Centres
There are a total of 498 AWTCs operational as on 30 June 2011 in States/UTs. The Minister of State (I/C) for Women & Child Development Smt. Krishna Tirath revealed in Lok Sabha today that two proposals to open 10 new AWTCs - 6 in Assam and 4 in Jharkhand, have been received in May, 2011.

In reply to a question she said that the number of Anganwadi Workers to be trained every year is proposed by the States/UTs in their Annual State Training Action Plans (STRAPs). During the current financial year, 2,87,778 Anganwadi Workers and 2,18,098 Anganwadi Helpers are proposed to be trained through the existing AWTCs.

Vacant Posts of SCs/STs

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Ministry of Mines

Vacant Posts of SCs/STs
Group ‘A’ Posts in the Ministry are either part of Central Staffing Scheme filled up on deputation tenure basis or cadre posts of Central Secretariat Service (CSS). Similarly, Group ‘B’ Posts are cadre posts of Central Secretariat Service or Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS). Appointments to all posts in CSS/CSSS are made by Department of Personnel & Training who controls these services duly considering the provisions of reservation for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. In case of Group ‘C’ posts, one vacancy reserved for SC category has been intimated to Department of Personnel and Training for filling up.

This information was given by the Minister of State for Mines, Shri Dinsha Patel in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today.

Source: PIB

Railways take Steps to Prevent Misuse of Tatkal Scheme

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Ministry of Railways

Railways take Steps to Prevent Misuse of Tatkal Scheme
With a view to reduce the scope for misuse of Tatkal scheme, the following steps have been taken:-

i)    Access to Tatkal booking on all days and normal booking on the opening g day of reservation through e-tickets by the Travel Agents/Web-service agents/Web Agents of Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has been disabled between 0800 a.m. and 09.00 a.m.

ii)    It has been made mandatory to produce any one of the prescribed identity cards (in original) during the journey by any one of the passengers booked on a Tatkal ticket.

iii)    Instructions have also been issued that Senior Divisional Commercial Managers/Divisional Commercial Managers should conduct regular inspections of Reservation offices and also personally inspect passenger Reservation System (PRS) offices during the opening hours and take immediate steps to check the routing activities.

In addition, the following two safeguards already exist in the Tatkal Scheme:-

•    Tatkal Refund Rules are stringent to reduce chances of its misuse

. •    Change of name facility is not available under the Scheme.

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

Source: PIB

Re-designation of the merged cadre of Group 'D’ & Record Clerks and classification thereof.

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Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Central Command)
Cariappa Road, Lucknow, Cantt.-226092
IMPORTANT CIRCULAR

No. AN/I-A/1057/GP 'D’ / Multi Tasking Staff
Dated: 02-05-2011
To
The CDA (RTC) Lucknow,
The IFA (CC) Lucknow,
All Sections in Main Office Lucknow,
All Sub-Offices under this Organization.

Subject:      Re-designation of the merged cadre of Group 'D’ & Record Clerks and classification thereof:
Reference: - This office Important Circular of even no. dt:04-06-2010.
Kindly refer to this office important Circular cited under reference on the above subject wherein all posts of Group 'D' and Record Clerks were merged and classified as Group 'C' with the grade pay of Rs1800/- in PB-I. The merged posts have been re-designated as MTS. Accordingly, the charter of duties to be assigned to the MTS has already been circulated vide this office Important Circular cited at reference (copy enclosed).

Kerala declares Onam bonus, festival allowances

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Kerala declares Onam bonus, festival allowances

Kerala Cabinet on Wednesday decided to increase the festival allowance of employees from Rs. 1500 last year to Rs. 1750 this year.

Chief Minister Oommen Chandy told the media after the Cabinet meeting that employees who were not eligible for bonus on account of their salaries exceeding the bonus limit would be eligible for the festival allowance. The bonus rates would remain the same as last year. The Onam advance for employees would go up from Rs. 7500 to Rs. 8500.



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