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CS(MA) Rules 1944 are not applicable to pensioners - Health Ministry

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CS(MA) Rules 1944 are not applicable to pensioners - Health Ministry

Medical Facilities to Government employees 

Central Government Health Scheme provides medical care to its beneficiaries which include serving as well as retired Central Government employees. The CGHS provides its services through a network of CGHS Wellness Centers which are in operation presently in 25 major cities of the country. Expenditure on medical reimbursement in respect of pensioners is borne by CGHS and in respect of serving employees it is borne by concerned Ministry/ department/office. The pensioner beneficiaries are eligible for credit facility for treatment in CGHS empanelled hospitals. 

CGHS Rates 2014 not yet been notified by Health Ministry

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CGHS Rates 2014 not yet been notified by Health Ministry

CGHS Rates 2014 not yet been notified by Health Ministry, which have been placed on CGHS website for information and acceptance only. Some of the CGHS empanelled hospitals have started charging new CGHS rates 2014. It is clarified by the Health Ministry, the empanelled hospitals cannot charge these new rates and also clarified that action will be taken against the hospitals to recovery of overcharged amount. The clarification order is reproduced below for your information...

‘Certificate of Excellence’ and Memento to 38 employees of Dopt for the work performed during the Year 2013–2014

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‘Certificate of Excellence’ and Memento to 38 employees of Dopt for the work performed during the Year 2013–2014

38 DoPT employees presented with Excellence Awards

Dr. S.K Sarkar, Secretary, Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT) gave away the excellence awards instituted by the Department at a function here today. Addressing the ceremony, Dr. Sarkar hoped that the awards would promote result oriented public service delivery by the Government institutions. He said that recognizing the services of exemplary workers was a ‘Best Practice in Human Resource Management’ that would boost the morale of the employees and also reap rich dividends in serving the public.

Retirement Age Becomes the Centre of Attention Once Again!

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Retirement Age Becomes the Centre of Attention Once Again!

For the second time this year, there is sensational news about the retirement age of Central Government employees!

Will the retirement age of Central Government employees be extended by another two years, from 60 to 62? This is one of the hottest topics of discussion among Central Government employees these days.

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