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Aadhaar number made compulsory in all government service records

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Aadhaar number made compulsory in all government service records

The Central Government had issued the following orders from time to time regarding aading the Aadhaar number in Service Reocords of Central Government Employees.

The Honourable Supreme Court of India had already clarified that Aadhaar numbers cannot be made compulsory for Indian citizens. But the Centre had argued that Aadhaar numbers are necessary for its welfare schemes. The case is pending in the Supreme Court.

Meanwhile, without declaring that Aadhaar numbers are compulsory for all, the central government has made it compulsory for enjoying the various benefit schemes that are being offered. This has led to a debate if the centre is indirectly twisting the arms of the citizens to obtain the Aadhaar number.

Employment News Weekly Report – Job Highlights for this week

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Employment News Weekly Report – Job Highlights for this week

Name of Post – Tradesman (skilled)
No. of Vacancies – 161
Last Date –Within 30 days from publication of advertisement.

Name of Posts –Group C.
No. of Vacancies -39
Last Date – Within 30 days from publication of advertisement.

Celebration of Defence Civilian Medical Aid Fund [DCMAF] Week

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Celebration of Defence Civilian Medical Aid Fund [DCMAF] Week

Office of the Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Central Command)
Cariappa Road. Cantt.. Lucknow, Pin Code – 226002

Dt: 28.10.2015

The IFA (CC)
All Sub Offices
All Sections of Main Office

Sub: – Celebration of Defence Civilian Medical Aid Fund [DCMAF] Week

As per CGDA, New Delhi letter No. AN/VII/7089/DCMAF dated 15.10.2015 the Defence Civilian Medical Aid Fund [DCMAF] completed 63 years on 28th Sep 2015. The DCMAF has been providing assistance to fulfill specified medical needs of the Defence Civilian Employees.

One Rank One Pension : Why not immediately notify the OROP for family pensioners and POTSs?

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We might have all read an article couple of days ago appeared in Business Standard newspaper indicating that the due to weak financial position, the union government is mulling with the idea of pushing the implementation of OROP to next fiscal year, which means the implementation might be delayed at least by 5-6 months.

In my personal opinion both the previous and present governments have mishandled the OROP issue and they have perhaps failed to understand the real issues involved in their proper perspective. As suggested in my previous write up if the government would have chosen to introduce an element of age on retirement, in OROP, the expenditure on account of OROP would be less than half the currently estimated expenditure of 8300 crores per annum.

Supreme Court ponders over revoking reservation in higher education

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Supreme Court ponders over revoking reservation in higher education

The Supreme Court has advised the state and central government to remove caste-based reservations in higher education and select students based solely on merit.

States like Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu had moved the Supreme Court on requesting permission to impose reservations in higher studies. The petition was looked into by the Supreme Court bench consisting of Justices Deepak Mishra and PC Pant.

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