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Biometric Attendance – No proposal to introduce an alternative system


Biometric Attendance – No proposal to introduce an alternative system

Biometric Attendance

The Central Government employees are marking their attendance in the Aadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance System (AEBAS). There is a difference between the number of registered employees and number of employees marking their attendance. The Department of Personnel & Training has issued fresh instructions to all Ministries/ Departments on 28.01.2015 that necessary directions may be issued to all employees to mark their attendance in the Biometric Attendance Portal on regular basis.

Compulsory Paid Leave During Pregnancy for Female servant (including an apprentice)

Compulsory Paid Leave During Pregnancy for Female servant (including an apprentice)

Compulsory Paid Leave During Pregnancy

There are provisions which prescribe that a female Government servant (including an apprentice) with less than two surviving children may be granted maternity leave by an authority competent to grant leave for a period of 180 days from the date of its commencement. During such period, she shall be paid leave salary equal to the pay drawn immediately before proceeding on leave.

Digitisation of Government Functioning – Implemented eOffice application

Digitisation of Government Functioning – Implemented eOffice application

Digitisation of Government Functioning

National Informatics Centre (NIC) has developed work flow based application software for visitor management at any office known as eVisitor. It is a web based solution hosted at the NIC data centre and can be accessed / adopted by any Government office just by providing necessary master data for on-boarding.

Shortages of Employees in Central Government Services

Shortages of Employees in Central Government Services

Shortages of Employees

The number of sanctioned posts and number in position of Class-C employees including erstwhile Group D employees in various Ministries/Departments as available in the Brochure on Pay and Allowances of Central Government Civilian Employees 2012-13 as on 1.3.2012, published by Pay Research Unit, Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance, is 33,52,380 and 28,06,369 respectively.

Fifth Cadre Review of the Indian Civil Accounts Services (ICAS)

Fifth Cadre Review of the Indian Civil Accounts Services (ICAS)

G.I., M.F., Dept. of Exp., O.M.No. A-l1016(1)/MF.CGA/Gr.A/Cadre Review 5/2010/453, dated 17.3.2015

Subject: Fifth Cadre Review of the Indian Civil Accounts Services (ICAS).

Consequent upon the approval of the Union Cabinet for the Fifth Cadre Review of the Indian Civil Accounts Services (ICAS) along with distribution of all 236 ICAS cadre posts, the Controller General of Accounts would like to invite all the ICAS officers at ‘High Tea’ in the premises of INGAF, New Delhi on Wednesday, the 18th March, 2015 at 4.00 PM.

Printing of All India Helpline Number.“138”& Security Helpline Number. ‘182” on Train Tickets

Printing of All India Helpline Number.“138”& Security Helpline Number. ‘182” on Train Tickets

The Ministry of Railways has decided that in order to publicize and bring more awareness among train passengers, the text “All Indian Passenger Helpline No. 138” is to be got printed at the front of the reserved as well as unreserved train tickets i.e. Passenger Reserved System (PRS) as well as Unreserved Train System (UTS). Indian Railways provided the All India Helpline Number ‘138’ for passengers, as interface for queries/complaints related to medical emergency, cleanliness, food & catering, coach maintenance, linen etc.

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