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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Enhancement of monetary ceiling for issue of sanction of medical claims - Confederation

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Enhancement of monetary ceiling for issue of sanction of medical claims - Confederation

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES & WORKERS 
1st Floor, North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi -110001 
Website: www.confederationhq.blogspot.com 
Email: confederationhq@gmaiI.com

Ref: CONFD/GENL/2014
Dated : 28-05-2014
To 
The Secretary 
Ministry of Finance 
Department of Expenditure 
North Block, New Delhi

Sir, 
Sub: Enhancement of monetary ceiling for issue of sanction of medical claims.

At present the monetary ceiling for sanctioning medical claims is restricted to Rs.2 lakhs for Head of the Department. The Internal finance division is delegated for the sanction of medical claims above two lakhs to five lakhs. Now a days the medical  treatment has become too costly. The claims above two lakhs are increasing and accumulating at Internal finance division of the various Departments/Ministries.

LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF MEMORANDUM TO 7TH CPC EXTENDED

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LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF MEMORANDUM TO 7TH CPC EXTENDED

As per the request of the JCM National Council Staff side, 7th Central Pay Commission has granted extension of time upto 15.07.2014 (15th July 2014) for submission of memorandum by individual organizations other than JCM staff side. The following is the revised time schedule (Last date).

1.  JCM National Council Staff side                :  30.06.2014 

2.  All other Federations/Unions/Associations  :  15.07.2014

JCM National Council Staff side will be submitting a common memorandum before 30.06.2014 on the common demands of the Central Government Employees. The Copy of the JCM Staff side memorandum will be placed in the website.

Reimbursement of Medical bills in r/o Defence Civilians

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Reimbursement of Medical bills in r/o Defence Civilians

Important Circular

OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL CONTROLLER OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
CARIAPPA MARG LUCKNOW-226002

No. Pay/IV/Med/7007/Ord
Dt. 23.05.2014
To
The Officer-In-Charge

Sub:- Reimbursement of Medical bills in r/o Defence Civilians

During the audit of Medical Claims pertaining to your office some shortcomings have been noticed to your office which are appended below.

1. The medical claims are submitted along with the Hospital Bills without PAN,TIN,TAN printed on the Bills.

2, The claims/treatments of Emergency nature are submitted without any assessment from the Addition A Director of the concerned CGHS cities.

Unions and Associations are seriously involved in filling up the questionnaires prepared and sent by the 7th CPC

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Unions and Associations are seriously involved in filling up the questionnaires prepared and sent by the 7th CPC

The sheer pace of the 7th CPC has impressed the central Government employees so much that their expectations have started to grow.

It has come to our knowledge that a number of unions and associations are seriously involved in filling up the questionnaires prepared and sent by the 7th CPC. It is also well known that on behalf of the National Council JCM Staff Side, the questionnaire had already been filled with the approval of all members and has been sent. (Click here to view the reply)

There is no uniform pay scale or promotion hierarchy for the Central Government employees. The departments functioning under each Ministry are evaluated separately. Promotions and pay scales are decided based on the post/category of the employees in each of those departments. Based on these segregations, the employee unions/associations of each department are preparing their Memorandums containing their demands and issues.



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