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Employment News : Targets for Employment Growth

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Ministry of Labour & Employment

Targets for Employment Growth

Eleventh Five year Plan aimed at creating 58 million additional job opportunities for skilled and unskilled labour force on current daily status basis at an average rate of growth of 2.73 percent per annum from projected employment of about 402 million at the beginning of the Eleventh Five Year Plan to about 460 million at the end of the Plan. As per results of the two most recent rounds of quinquennial labour force surveys on employment and unemployment conducted by National Sample Survey Office during 2004-05 and 2009-10, about 20 million additional job opportunities were created at an average rate of growth of around 1 per cent per year during 2004-05 to 2009-10. 

Pay and Pension Matters of Personnel

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Pay and Pension Matters of Personnel

The committee chaired by Cabinet Secretary is comprised of Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister; Defence Secretary; Secretary, Department of Expenditure; Secretary, Department of Ex- Servicemen's Welfare and Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training. Consequent to change in charge of the then Secretary, Department of Expenditure to Department of Revenue, Secretary, Department of Revenue has also been co-opted as a Member of the Committee. Chief of Naval Staff & Chairman, Chiefs of the Staff Committee made a presentation to the Committee. 

Clarification sought by Audit on encashment of sIck leave

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No.2(14)/2012-DPE(WC)
Government of India
Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises
Deportment of Public Enterprises

Public Enterprises Bhawan,
Block No.14. CGO Complex,
New Delhi-110 003
Dated: 17th July, 2012

To
Shri.R.Sridhara
Deputy Director
Office of the Principal Director of Commercial
Audit and Ex-Officio Member, Audit Board
Bangalore - 560 001

Subject : Clarification sought by Audit on encashment of sIck leave.

I am directed to refer to your letter No.Reports/DPE/2011-12/814 dated 7/3/2012 on the subject mentioned above.

Keeping certain allowances outside the 50% ceiling for Perks and Allowances

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No.2(20)/2012-DPE(WC)
Government of India
Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises
Deportment of Public Enterprises

Public Enterprises Bhawan,
Block No.14. CGO Complex,
Lodhi Rood, New Delhi-110 003
Dated: 29th June, 2012

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: - Keeping certain allowances outside the 50% ceiling for Perks and Allowances.

The undersigned is directed to refer to O.M. No. 2(51)/2010-DPE(WC)GL-X/2011 dated 01/06/2011 regarding pay revision of executives and Non-unionized supervisors of CPSEs w.e.f. 1/1/2007. Representations hove been received from CPSEs/Administrative Ministries regarding keeping various allowances/benefits/perks including project allowance, higher conveyance allowance to persons with disabilities, etc. outside the 50% allowance.

Employment News : Status of employment in the country during the last three years

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Employment News : Status of employment in the country during the last three years

SURVEY ON EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT

The below information was presented by the Minister of Labour and Employment Shri.Mallikarjun Kharge in a written reply to the questions asked about the ‘Black marketing of train tickets’ in Lok Sabha on 13.8.2012.

Reliable estimates of employment and unemployment are obtained through quinquennial labour force surveys conducted by National Sample Survey Office. Last such survey was conducted during 2009-10. As per the three most recent quinquennial labour force surveys on employment and unemployment, estimated employment in the country on usual status basis was 397.0 million in 1999-2000, 459.10 million in 2004-05 and 465.48 million in 2009-10.

Second Annual Employment and Unemployment Survey (2011-12) has been conducted by Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India. The Report of this Survey has been released on 19th July 2012.

Severe steps taken to prevent black marketing of train tickets

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BLACK MARKETING OF RAIL TICKETS

The below information was presented by the Minister of Railways Shri.Mukul Roy in a written reply to the questions asked about the 'Black marketing of train tickets' in Lok Sabha on 9.8.2012.

During peak rush periods/festival seasons, when demand outstrips supply, some cases of cornering/black marketing of railways tickets by touts and cases of connivance with railway officials come to notice at the time of surprise inspections and preventive checks conducted at reservation offices. Zone-wise details of the number of cases of touts apprehended/prosecuted/punitive action taken and the number of Railway staff found involved in black marketing of railway tickets against whom action has been taken under the Discipline and Appeal Rules during the year - 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13 ( upto June, 2012 ) are appended in Appendix - I and II. The details of authorised agents/sub-agents found involved in irregularities during this period and the action taken against them is appended in Appendix-III. 

With a view to increasing transparency in the booking of reserved tickets including Tatkal tickets, the following steps have been taken:- 

i.The timing of opening of reservation of Tatkal tickets has been changed to 1000 hours on the previous day of journey instead of 0800 hours as per earlier provision in order to reduce the scope of cornering of tickets by touts and also to balance the load on the computerised Passenger Reservation System (PRS) as well as on internet. 

ii. With effect from 15.02.2012 it has been prescribed that any one of the passenger booked on a ticket for travelling in Air-conditioned classes (except-3 Economy) has to produce any one of the nine prescribed proofs of identity in the train, failing which all the passengers will be treated as travelling without ticket. 

iii. Tatkal tickets are issued only on production of a self attested photocopy of one of the 9 prescribed proofs of identity mentioned in the scheme and carrying the same proof of identity during the journey is mandatory. 

iv.No refund is granted on cancellation of confirmed Tatkal tickets except special circumstances like late running of train by more than three hours, cancellation of trains, etc. 

v.Duplicate Tatkal tickets are not issued except on payment of full fare. 

vi.Access to Tatkal bookings has been denied to agents both through internet as well as across the computerized PRS counters between 1000 hrs & 1200 hours. 

vii.Closed Circuit Television equipments have been installed at some major passenger reservation system (PRS) Centres to keep a watch on the activities of Reservation Counters. 

viii.A maximum of four passengers are permitted per PNR on Tatkal tickets. 

ix.In addition, IRCTC has taken several steps to ensure improved access to the e-ticketing system for bonafide passengers and to prevent misuse of the system by unscrupulous elements. The major steps taken by IRCTC include the following :- 

a) Introduction of Captcha to check fraudulent booking through automation software. 

b) Agents of IRCTC are not permitted to book Tatkal, ARP opening as well as normal tickets between 0800 hours and 1200 hours. 

c) booking of only two tickets per IP address between 1000 hours and 1200 hours to avoid multiple booking from the same office/internet cafe. 

d) Quick Book option and booking on cash card have been disallowed between 1000 hours and 1200 hours, and 

e) Booking of only two tickets between 1000 hours and 1200 hours has been permitted for individual users, subject to a total of 10 tickets per month per individual user ID. 


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