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Central Government Industrial Tribunals-cum-Labour Courts

Ministry of Labour & Employment

Labour Courts

      As per section 7 of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, the appropriate Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, constitute one or more Labour Courts for the adjudication of industrial disputes and for performing such other functions as may be assigned to them under this Act. Thus, the primary function of Labour Courts is to adjudicate on industrial disputes. So long as industrial disputes continue to exist, labour courts cannot become irrelevant.

The Central Government has set up 22 Central Government Industrial Tribunals-cum-Labour Courts (CGIT-cum-LCs) for resolution of industrial disputes arising in Central Sphere. A system of link officers has been put in place so that judicial work does not suffer in case the post of Presiding Officer of CGIT-cum-LC remains vacant due to administrative exigency.

President gives away National Award to Teachers –2010

Ministry of Human Resource Development

President gives away National Award to Teachers –2010

      The President of India Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil gave away the National Award to Teachers - 2010, here today. Given away on Teachers’ Day every year, these awards accord public recognition to teachers of primary and secondary schools. Today the awards were given to 298 teachers. The Award carries a Silver Medal, a Certificate of merit and a cash award of Rs. 25,000/-.

Speaking on the occasion, the President said that teachers are like sculptors who give shape to the character and career of students under their care, develop their personalities and identify their strengths to build a bright future. Smt. Patil further said that teachers posted in villages generally teach students whose parents are often not very literate. In this regard teachers play a crucial role and thus they should pay the highest attention to their duties, she added.

One Rank One Pension

Ministry of Defence

One Rank One Pension

Pension improvement is an ongoing process. Considerable improvements have been made in the pensions of armed forces personnel.

A Committee was set up under the Chairmanship of Cabinet Secretary to look into the issue of 'One Rank One Pension and other related matters'. After considering all aspects of the matter, the Committee did not find it feasible to recommend One Rank One Pension. However, keeping in mind the spirit of the demand, several other recommendations to substantially improve pensionary benefits of Personnel Below Officer Rank (PBOR) and Commissioned Officers were made, which have been accepted by the Government and orders in implementation of all the recommendations have been issued. These are available at www.pcdapension.nic.in. Implementation of these orders has not only significantly reduced the gap between the past and the current pensioners but has also considerably improved the pension of ex-servicemen including disabled ex-servicemen.

Ordnance Factory in Nalanda (Bihar)


Ministry of Defence

Nalanda Ordnance Factory :-

The work of setting up of ordnance factory in Nalanda in Bihar has not been stopped. There are mainly four plants i.e. Nitro Cellulose (NC), Nitro Glycerine (NG), Sulphuric Acid Concentration (SAC)/Nitric Acid Concentration (NAC) and Bi-Modular Charge System (BMCS) planned to be set up at Ordnance Factory Nalanda, Bihar for manufacture of BMCS. While the work of setting up of NC, NG, SAC/NAC plants is going on as per schedule, the work of setting up BMCS plant could not commence till date.

Work was started after sanction of the project in November 2001. The project was kept in abeyance from June 2005 to June 2006. In the meantime Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) submitted a proposal for revision of project cost due to escalation and cost overrun. Accordingly, the revision of project cost was sanctioned in February 2009 with the completion period of 30 months i.e. by 5th August 2011.

Holiday Homes / Touring Officers Hostels Online Applications – Terms and Conditions

Online-applications :- Only online applications shall be entertained  for advance reservation  for holiday homes where  online facility has been commenced.  Offline requests for advance reservation  in such holiday homes will be summarily rejected.

Application will be considered for confirmation only after receipt of hard copy with requisite Demand draft, complete in all respects.  Incomplete/unverified applications will not be entertained. Confirmation will be subject to availability.

Applications received after 10 days (including holidays)  from the date of registration are liable to lose priority, assigned by Booking Request ID.  Applications although registered but not received with DD within 20 days from the date of registration will be removed from the list of applicants.

Requests for Refunds/postponements after confirmation of booking, shall not be entertained.

Holiday Homes / Touring Officers Hostels Where Online Applications are Accepted :-

Applicability of minimum pay / stepping up of pay — clarification reg.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(Railway Board)

S.No.PC-VI/270
RBE No.115/2011

No.PC-VI/201O/I/RSRP/1
New Delhi, dated 16.08.2011

The GMs/CAOs(R),
All Indian Railways & Production Units
(As per mailing list)

Subject: Applicability of minimum pay / stepping up of pay — clarification reg.

            A reference has been received from one of the Railways mentioning a case where an employee working as Accounts Clerk was promoted as Junior Accounts Assistant (GP Rs.2800) after 01.01.2008 and his pay was fixed as per Rule 13 of Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008 by adding 3% of Basic Pay and Grade Pay. On a subsequent date another employee (Junior to him) was appointed as Junior Accounts Assistant (GP Rs.2800) through Direct Recruitment and his pay was fixed under Section II of Part-A of First Schedule of Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008 which happened to be more than that of the above senior. A doubt has been raised whether stepping up of pay may be allowed in such cases to the senior employee who got promoted as Jr. Accounts Assistants (GP Rs.2800) after 01.01.2006 vis-à-vis his junior who was directly recruited on a subsequent date as Junior Accounts Assistant (GP 2800) subject to fulfillment of conditions as laid down in Para 5 of Ministry of Railway’s letter No, PC-VI/2010/I/RSRP/1 dated 17.02.2010.



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