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Monday, January 05, 2015

Central Government Employees’ LTC Likely to Cover Foreign Countries

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Central Government Employees’ LTC Likely to Cover Foreign Countries 

Leave Travel Concession for Central Government employees is likely to be extended to cover trips to foreign countries too. Although these are unconfirmed reports, we are sharing the news reports that have appeared in leading English newspapers recently. 

Traveling abroad is a dream for most Indian families. The Centre’s attempts to fulfill this dream are worth appreciating. Although initially the scheme covers only four countries (Bhutan, Nepal, Maldives and Sri Lanka), traveling to a foreign country, with the expenses paid by the Government, is no small accomplishment. Traveling abroad with the entire family is bound to elevate the social status of the employee among his friends and relatives. 

Referral Mechanism by CGHS - Guidelines on referral system in CGHS

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Guidelines on referral system in CGHS – Referral Mechanism by CGHS

Treatment under medical emergency: No referral is required and beneficiary can directly go to any private empanelled hospital for availing treatment.

II. Elective treatment at Empanelled hospitals in Delhi/NCR :

(i) CGHS/Government Specialist advises specific treatment procedure required. Permission letter has to be obtained from CGHS Wellness centre / Addl. Director of CGHS in case of pensioners, ex- MPs , etc., and from the department in case of serving employees for undergoing the treatment at any of the CGHS empanelled hospitals of his / her choice.

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