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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

EMPLOYMENT NEWS : Latest Government Jobs

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The shortlisted latest Government vacancies are listed in the table below as Ministry wise for youngsters/job seekers and we have made an easy way to search the details of the vacancies.

26th November, 2011 ISSUE OF EMPLOYMENT NEWS- E.N. NO. 35  NO. OF PAGE: 64 

Employment News :Job Highlights (26 NOVEMBER 2011 -02 DECEMBER 2011)

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Employment News Weekly : A new list of Central Govt. Job vacancies available in various Ministries/Departments of Central Government has been published by Employment News under the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting. 

Job Highlights (26 NOVEMBER 2011 -02 DECEMBER 2011)

Union Public Service Commission invites applications for various posts.

Staff Selection Commission (Eastern Region) requires Sepoy and Draftsman.

Staff Selection Commission (NWR) requires Sepoy and Draftsman.

Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited, New Delhi invites applications for recruitment of Senior Management Trainees.

CSIR-Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun invites applications for various posts.

Recognising Labour Union

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Ministry of Labour & Employment

Recognising Labour Union

PIB: Labour is placed in the concurrent list of the Constitution and both the Central Government and State Governments are designated as the ‘appropriate Government’ in respect of areas of their jurisdiction. In the Central Sphere, there are clear guidelines/ directives for verification of membership of Trade Unions for purpose of granting recognition to the majority Union. In the Central Sphere, no recognition is pending, for the want of proper guidelines and directives.

Verification of membership of Trade Unions operating in organizations falling under the jurisdiction of State Government are carried out by the respective State Government. Hence, the details of disputes are not maintained by the Central Government.

Pension for Ex-Servicemen of Pre-Independence Era

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Ministry of Defence

Pension for Ex-Servicemen of Pre-Independence Era

PIB : Ex-servicemen with service less than 15 years as PBOR and less than 20 years as Commissioned Officers are not entitled to pension as minimum qualifying service is a mandatory requirement to earn pension.

Minimum qualifying service is an essential criterion for earning pension in the Armed Forces as per the existing Army, Navy & Air Force Pension Regulations.

There is no proposal under consideration of the government to grant pension to a large number of armed forces personnel who retired during pre-independence period but are still alive and not entitled to any pensionary benefits.

Canteen Stores Department :Transparency in Working of CSD

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Ministry of Defence

Transparency in Working of CSD

Introduction of new items for sale through Unit Run Canteens involves following steps:-

(i)    Receipt of application from the prospective suppliers;

(ii)    Scrutiny of the application form;

(iii)    Informing the discrepancies to the firm, if any;

(iv)    Samples are put up to Preliminary Screening Committee (PSC) consisting of representatives from the three Services viz., Army, Navy and Air Force besides CSD representatives;

(v)    Preliminary Screening Committee (PSC) short lists the items;

(vi)    Short-listed item is subjected to factory inspection/hygiene inspection/Composite Food Laboratory (CFL)/Analytical Food Laboratory (AFL) depending upon the nature of the item;

Permanent and Temporary Workers :Average Daily Earnings

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Ministry of Labour & Employment

Permanent and Temporary Workers

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According to the survey conducted by National Sample Survey Office during 2009-10 and the information collected under the Employment Market Information Programme of the Ministry of Labour and Employment, the total number of workers in organised and unorganised sectors was 2.87 crore and 43.7 crore respectively, in 2009-10.  Information on permanent and temporary workers in the country is not maintained separately.

The details of average daily earnings   (in Rs.) of the workers are as follows as per Labour Bureau Report, 2007-08 on Average Daily Earnings:

Women in Defence Forces Women are inducted in Armed Forces as Officers

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Ministry of Defence

PIB: Women in Defence Forces Women are inducted in Armed Forces as Officers.

The strength of women officers in the three Services of the Armed Forces during the last three years and the current year (Service-wise), is as under:

Year Strength of Women Officers
(Excluding Army Medical Corps, Army Dental Corps
and Military Nursing Services)
- Army Navy Air Force
2008 1072 173 957
2009 1030 176 915
2010 999 191 889
2011 1055 288 936

There is no separate fixed sanctioned strength for recruitment of Women officers in the Armed Forces and they are recruited within the overall authorised strength of officers in the respective Service. They are inducted as Short Service Commissioned Officers (SSCOs) in various Services/Branches of the three Service as indicated below:-

Insurance Coverage of Workers

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Ministry of Labour & Employment

Insurance Coverage of Workers

PIB: As per BPL survey, 2002, there are about 6 crore estimated BPL families (a unit of five) in the unorganised sector. Initially, it was proposed to cover all the 6 crore BPL families under Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY) providing for smart card based cashless health insurance cover of Rs. 30000 per family per annum. However, the experience shows that only about 60% of BPL families become available for enrolment. As such about 3.6 crore BPL families are to be covered under the scheme. It is the endeavour the government to cover all such families by 2012-13.



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