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Kendriya Vidyalaya Admission Notice 2019-20 for Class-1

Kendriya Vidyalaya Admission Notice 2019-20 for Class-1
KV School Online Registration for Class 1 for the AcademicYear 
2019-20 will start from 01.03.2019

“Admission to Class I in Kendriya Vidyalaya for the Academic Year 2019-20  will commence from 01.03.2019 at 8:00 AM to 19.03.2019 upto 4:00 PM”
Kendriva Vidvalava Sangathan (HQ)
New Delhi
Admission Notice : 2019-20

Online Registration for Admission to Class I in Kendriya Vidyalaya for the Academic Year 2019-20 will commence at 8:00 AM on 01.03.2019 and it will close at 4.00 PM on 19.03.2019.
Registration for Class II and above from (except Class XI) will be done from 02.04.2019 at 8:00 AM to 09.04.2019 upto 4:00 PM. The Admission details can be obtained at http://kvsangathan.in
Reckoning of age for all Classes shall be as on 31.03.2019. Reservation of seats will be as per KVS Admission Guidelines available on the website (www.kvsangathan.nic.in) For further details, parents may contact the Principal of nearby Kendriya Vidyalaya.

Clarification on Transport Allowance to Railway Employees

Clarification on Transport Allowance to Railway Employees
Transport Allowance to Railway Employees availing 
concessional Season Ticket/Suburban passes – Clarification (RBE No. 34/2019)
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(Railway Board)
S.No. PC-VII/ 129 RBE No. 34 /2019 No. PC-V/2017/A/TA/1 New Delhi, dated 22-02-2019 The GMs/OSDs/CAO(R)s, All Indian Railways and PUs.
Sub: Grant of Transport Allowance to Railway Employees availing concessional Season Ticket/Suburban passes.
Ref: Railway Board’s letter No. PC-V/97/l/7/12 (Pt.4) dated 27-9-1999 (RBE No. 242/99)
References have been received from a few Railways seeking clarification regarding grant of Transport Allowance to Railway employees availing Concessional Season Ticket/Suburban passes.
In this regard it ts stated that there is no change in the instructions contained in Board’s letters dated 12-9-2008 (RBE No.111/2008), 23-01-2009 (RBE No. 16/2009) and 03-8-2017 (RBE No. 84/2017). These orders do not prohibit payment of Transpor…

7th CPC DA Order from 1.1.2019

7th CPC DA Order from 1.1.2019
Grant of Dearness Allowance to Central Government 
employees-Revised Rates effective from 01.01.2019
“Payment of arrears of Dearness Allowance (from January to March) shall 
not be made before the date of disbursement of salary of March, 2019″
No.1/1/2019-E-II (B)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 27th February, 2019
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: Grant of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees – Revised Rates effective from 1.1.2019.
The undersigned is directed to refer to this Ministry’s Office Memorandum No. 1/2/2018-E-ll (B) dated 7th September, 2018 on the subject mentioned above and to say that the President is pleased to decide that the Dearness Allowance payable to Central Government employees shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 9% to 12% of the basic pay with effect from 1st January, 2019 .
2. The term ‘basic pay’ in the revised pay structure means the pay drawn in the prescribe…

7th CPC Pay Fixation – Clarification on Regular Promotion after MACP – DoPT

7th CPC Pay Fixation – Clarification on Regular Promotion after MACP – DoPT

Fixation of pay of the employees who got promoted to the post  of higher Pay level after being granted the benefit of pay fixation  on grant of financial upgradation under MACPS.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF INDIA
RAILWAY BOARD

S.No. PC-VII/127
No. PC-V/2016/MACPS/1
RBE No. 23/2019
New Delhi, dt. 12-02-2019 The General Managers
All Indian Railways
and PUs.

Sub: Fixation of pay of the employees who got promoted to the post of higher Pay level after being granted the benefit of pay fixation on grant of financial upgradation under MACPS.

The issue regarding regulation of pay fixation when the promotion to a higher pay level takes place in the 7th CPC period after the employee has already availed the benefit of pay fixation on grant of Financial Upgradation under MACPS has been under consideration for quite some time. It has been decided in consultation with DoP&T that the pay fixation benefit on grant of MACP af…

Maharashtra 7th CPC Pay Calculator 2019

Maharashtra 7th CPC Pay Calculator 2019
Maharashtra 7th Pay Commission Pay Calculator 2019
The State Government of Maharashtra has published an important notification on 30.1.2019 regarding the implementation of 7th Pay Commission to its employees with effect from 1.1.2016. This tool has designed as per Maharashtra Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2019

Amendment in (Child Care Leave) CCL – Railway Board Orders

Amendment in (Child Care Leave) CCL – Railway Board Orders
Amendment to the Indian Railway Establiehment code, volume-I, 1985 Edition (Reprint Edition 2008) Chapter V-Child Care Leave (CCL)
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
Ministry of Railways
Railway Board
RBE 18/2019
No.E(P&A)I-2008/CPC/LE-8
New Delhi:- 05.02.2019
The General Managers/Principal Financial Advigers,
AII Indian Railways and Production Units.
Sub: Amendment to the Indian Railway Establishment code, volume-I, 1985 Edition (Reprint Edition 2008) Chapter V _ Child Care Leave (CCL).
In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution, the President is pleased to direct that Rule No. 551(E) of the Indian Railway Establishment Code, Volume-I, 1985 Edition (Reprint Edition- 200g) may be amended as in the enclosed Advanced Correction Slip No. ,136.
2. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.
3. Please acknowledge receipt.
sd/-
Joint Director Estt.(P&A),
Railway Board

DA Hike for Rajasthan Govt Employees and Pensioners

DA Hike for Rajasthan Govt Employees and Pensioners
The State Government of Rajasthan decided to enhance 3 percent of Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief for existing employees and pensioners with effect from 1.1.2019.
Arrears for two months, January and February will be credited to employees’ GPF Account and cash to be paid from March 2019 with salary.

Child Care Leave – Clarification on Minimum Residency Period

Child Care Leave – Clarification on Minimum  Residency Period
Treatment of period of Leave towards minimum residency 
period for in-situ promotion under Modified Flexible  Complimenting Scheme (MFCS)
AB-14017/32/2013-Estt.(RR)
Government of India
Department of Personnel and Training
New Delhi, the February, 2019
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Sub: Treatment of period of Leave towards minimum residency period for  in-situ promotion under Modified Flexible Complimenting Scheme  (MFCS)
The undersigned is directed to refer to DoPT OM of even number dated 30.07.2014 regarding the subject mentioned above. Representations have been received seeking clarifications regarding treatment of Child Care Leave as per extant instructions towards minimum residency period.
2. The matter has been examined in consultation with Department of Science and Technology and the following clarification is issued:
Clause (v) of Para 4 of OM AB 14017/32/2013-Estt.(RR) dated 30.07.2014 may be replaced with the following clauses:
“(v) Earned L…

Awareness workshop for Central Government Pensioners

Awareness workshop for Central Government Pensioners

Awareness workshop for Central Government Pensioners held
in Chennai today

An awareness workshop for Central Government pensioners was held in Chennai today. It was organized by the Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare. Around 150 pensioners participated in the workshop. Shri. Sanjiv Narain Mathur, Joint Secretary, Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare, Government of India, inaugurated the workshop.
In his inaugural address, Shri Sanjeev said that the department is conducting a series of awareness workshops all over the country, for the welfare of pensioners and IVRS facility will be launched soon for grievance redressal for pensioners. He also said that in the pension adhalat conducted last September, over 9300 grievances was sorted out on the spot. He mentioned about the documentary film on digital life certificate and requested the pensioners to watch for clarification.
The sessions in the workshop covered post-ret…

In which Centers this facility is available?

In which Centers this facility is available?
PHC is available in 8 Wellness Centers as follows-
a) CGHS Wellness Centre, R. K. Puram- V(South Zone)
b) CGHS Wellness Centre, Sadiq Nagar (South Zone) c) CGHS Wellness Center, Chanakya Puri (Central Zone) d) CGHS Wellness Centre, Pandara Road (Central Zone) e) CGHS Wellness Centre, Janakpuri-1 (North Zone) f) CGHS Wellness Centre, Shalimar Bagh (North Zone) g) CGHS Wellness Centre, Kingsway Camp (East Zone) h) CGHS Wellness Centre, Shahdra (East Zone)
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Who can avail Preventive Health Check up(PHC)?

Who can avail Preventive Health Check up(PHC)?
In view of the importance of Diagnosis of Chronic Non-communicable Health Problems at the preventive level, facility of Preventive Health Check up (PHC ) is available for
Beneficiaries who are 40 years ole or above
Who are already not suffering from any chronic ailement like Daibetes Hypertension Heasrt dicease etc.
This check up done once in a year only.
Serving beneficiaries will not require any permission from their respective offices
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empanelled Hospitals in emergency and get creditfacility?

empanelled Hospitals in emergency and get creditfacility?
I am an accredited journalist with CGHS Card. Can I seek treatment in Private. empanelled Hospitals in emergency and get creditfacility?

Journalists are entitled for OPD treatment from Wellness Centres and treatment from Dr.RML Hospital. Journalists are not entitled for reimbursement for treatment from empanelled hospitals. They can however, get in-patient treatment for themselves and their dependent family members at CGHS Semi-Private Ward rate at CGHS empanelled hospitals, on payment.
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Purchases on recommendations of an ENT specialist?

Purchases on recommendations of an ENT specialist?


What is the procedure for reimbursement if Hearing Aid is purchases on recommendations of an ENT specialist?

Beneficiaries shall be eligible to obtain hearing aid as per the following guidelines
a. Patients/ Beneficiaries should be preferred to CGHS/Government hospital ENT specialist from the parent CGHS wellness centre.
b. The ENT specialist shall then recommend a hearing aid on basis of Audiometric and Audiological assessment, specifying the type of hearing aid most suited for the Beneficiary.
c. The ‘Audiogram report’ shall be authenticated by the ENT specialist/Consultant of the CGHS/Government hospital.
d. The permission to procure hearing aid shall be granted by the Additional Director of zone/city or by the HEAD OF DEPARTMENT/OFFICE in case of serving employees
e. An ‘undertaking’ by the beneficiary that he has not been reimbursed the cost of hearing – aid in the preceeding five years is to be submitted.
f. Reimbursement claim s…

Expenses on purchase of Hearing AIDS?

Expenses on purchase of Hearing AIDS?
What are the ceiling rates for reimbursement of Expenses on purchase of Hearing AIDS?

The revised ceiling rates fixed for various types of hearing aids (for one ear ) are as under
Body worn / Pocket type / Rs. 3000/-
Analogue BTE / Rs. 7000/-
Digital BTE Rs. / 15000/-
Digital ITC/CIC Rs. / 20000/-
The cost of hearing aids shall include all taxes in including VAT and shall carry 3 year warranty. The cost of Analogue BTE /Digital BTE/ITC/CIC type hearing aid shall also include the cost of hearing mould.
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Isthere any provision for this in CGHS?

Isthere any provision for this in CGHS?
CMO Incharge does not refer me to Private Hospitals for OPD consultation on my request. Isthere any provision for this in CGHS?

As per latest guidelines a beneficiary can be referred to any
empanelled hospital of his choice for OPD consultation.
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Hospital’ for investigation/treatment procedure?

Hospital’ for investigation/treatment procedure?
Is it necessary that the Govt specialist should write ‘referred to xyz CGHS empanelled Hospital’ for investigation/treatment procedure?
Advice of Government specialist is required only for the specific treatment procedure / investigation to be undertaken. There is no need to specifically refer to any empanelled hospital/ diagnostic lab. It is the choice of beneficiary to undertake treatment / investigations at any of the empanelled hospitals / diagnostic laboratories of his choice.

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How can I get it done?

How can I get it done?
I want to get my Cataract Surgery done at Private empanelled
hospital. How can I get it done?

Beneficiaries are required to obtain advice from a Government Specialist for Cataract surgery (except beneficiaries attached to Wellness Centres in Delhi NCR who can obtain the advice from a specialist of empanelled hospital after due referral by CMO I/C). Pensioners can then get the treatment at the empanelled hospital of his /her choice by submitting required documents as suggested already ( Question 51).

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Why total amount was notreimbursed?

Why total amount was notreimbursed?

I submitted MRC for Rs. 1 Lac 20 thousand but I was reimbursed only Rs. 45,800/-. Why total amount was notreimbursed?

Expenditure for treatment in private hospitals is considered only if the treatment was taken under emergency. Reimbursement is done at CGHS approved rates and as per CGHS guidelines.
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Can I get balance from CGHS?

Can I get balance from CGHS?
I have a Mediclaim Insurance Policy. Due to emergency, I received treatment in a private hospital. Some amount was paid by Insurance Co. Can I get balance from CGHS?

Yes, first the bills are to be submitted to Insurance Company. Duplicate bills and vouchers duly verified with the stamp of  Insurance Company along with a certificate from Insurance
Company indicating the amount for which the beneficiary has received credit from them, needs to be submitted along with the usual MRC forms and checklist. These may be submitted to CGHS by Pensioner CGHS beneficiaries and to the department by serving beneficiaries.
Reimbursement would be done at CGHS rates or actual whichever is less.
However, the total reimbursement from both sources should not exceed actual expenditure.
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Will I get full reimbursement?

Will I get full reimbursement?
I went to Hyderabad to visit my son and had fracture of leg bone. I received treatment f r o m a private non empanelled hospital. Will I get full reimbursement?
Reimbursement for treatment taken in a non empanelled private hospital under medical emergency shall be considered as per CGHS rates only.

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Pensioner’s CGHS card. In May?

Pensioner’s CGHS card. In May?
I retired in Dec 2011. Due to certain reasons I had to go to my native place in Uttaranchal and could not make pensioner’s CGHS card. In May
2012 I came to Delhi and had heart attack. In emergency I was treated in private hospital. I got CGHS Card made after discharge but I have been refused reimbursement of the expenditure incurred.
After retirement three months grace period is given to get the CGHS card made. There are two conditions which may arise:
(a) Pensioner beneficiary does not have a CGHS card and the treatment is taken within the grace period of three months from the date of retirement. This will be allowed and expenditure
reimbursable subject to the condition that the beneficiary has either obtained or applied for CGHS pensioner card with all documents and requisite CGHS subscription within one month of expiry of the grace period of three months.
(b) Pensioner beneficiary does not have a CGHS card and the treatment is taken after the grace per…

Can I claim on duplicate papers?

Can I claim on duplicate papers?
My original claim papers having bills, receipts of hospital treatment are lost. Can I claim on duplicate papers?

Yes, it can be claimed with affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper. The duplicate bills need to be verified by the treating doctor. Details of Draft for Affidavit may be seen in the instructions sheet
appended to Medical Reimbursement Claim (MRC) Form available on the CGHS website and with CMO I/c.
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How do I get the medical claim reimbursed?

How do I get the medical claim reimbursed?
My husband/wife was a CGHS main card holder. He/she was sick and died while in hospital. How do I get the medical claim reimbursed?
Apply to CMO I/c of Wellness Centre with the same documents as above. In addition, the following need to be enclosed:
1. Copy of Death summary
2. Death Certificate
3. Affidavit on non judicial Stamp paper of yourself being Legal Heir and NOC from other legal heirs in favour of claimant . It is also to be noted that the CMO I/C is to be informed regardinthe death of the card holder but till such time that the claim is settled, the main card holder's name is not to be deleted from the database as it would then not be possible to submit the MRC on- line.
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How to get reimbursement of money spent on her treatment?

How to get reimbursement of money spent on her treatment?
I am a CGHS Pensioner. My wife was admitted in a private hospital in emergency state. How to get reimbursement of money spent on her treatment?
Apply within 90 days of discharge / completion of treatment procedure, to CMO I/c of the Wellness Centre where your CGHS card is registered, along with the following documents :

1) Medical Reimbursement Claim (MRC) forms duly filled in

2) Check list

3) Copy of Discharge summary

4) Original Hospital bills with break-up

5) Receipts in original

6) Copy of the valid CGHS Card

7) Copy of cancelled cheque showing bank details for ECS payment along with mandate form.

8) Copies of other documents issued by hospital.

The whole set of MRC is to be submitted in duplicate

MRC forms are available with CMO I/c and can also be downloaded from CGHS Website.

The MRC after being scrutinized in the Wellness Centre will be submitted on- line to the Additional Director. An acknowledgement print out with the …

Wellness Centre including grievances?

Wellness Centre including grievances?
Is there any interactive mechanism at Wellness Centre level to address various issues related to the Wellness Centre including
grievances?



At the Wellness Centre ‘Local Advisory Committees’ are formed. CMO i/c holds a meeting with Local Advisory committee members once a month on the second Saturday to discuss local Wellness
Centre related issues.
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What is the procedure for getting treatment?

What is the procedure for getting treatment?
What is the procedure for getting treatment procedure done by an empanel hospital?

No Permission is required for getting treatment procedures done at empanelled Diagnostic Centers, if prescribed by CGHS Medical Officer/ CMO Incharge or Government Hospital specialist.
The following documents are required:
a. Original or self attested copy of prescription of CGHS Doctor / Government specialist
b. Copy of CGHS Card of the patient and main card holder.
The procedure can be done within 3 months of the advice only.
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What is the procedure for getting the investigations?

What is the procedure for getting the investigations?
What is the procedure for getting the investigations done by an
empanelled diagnostic centre?

No Permission is required for getting listed Investigations done at empanelled Diagnostic Centres, if prescribed by CGHS Medical Officer/ CMO Incharge or Government Hospital specialist.
The following documents are required to be submitted:
a. Self attested copy of prescription of CGHS Doctor /
Government specialist
b. Copy of CGHS Card of the patient and main card holder. Original Prescription and Original Cards are to be produced at the centre for verification. Investigation can be done within 14 days of advice only.
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What is the procedure for online appointment?

What is the procedure for online appointment?
Online appoint with Medical Officer of the wellness centre or with Specialist who visits a particular Wellness center can be booked by visiting CGHS portal cghs.nic.in through the link Book Appointment

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Services of specialists in Wellness Centres ?

Services of specialists in Wellness Centres ?
What is the system for availing the services of specialists in Wellness Centres ?

Prior registration is required for appointment with specialists in CGHS Wellness Centre, where specialist services are available. Facility of online appointment with CGHS Specialist can be
availed by visiting cghs.nic.in However, in case of emergency contact CMO I/C of the Wellness Centre for consulting specialist without prior appointment.
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What are the facilities available to me if I am a pensioner?

What are the facilities available to me if I am a pensioner ?


in a non- CGHS area ?


a) Pensioners residing in non- CGHS covered areas have the option to become CGHS beneficiary and avail CGHS facilities from the nearest CGHS covered city.
b) Pensioners residing in non-CGHS areas have also the option to avail Fixed Medical Allowance of Rs300/- per month andopt not to avail CGHS facility.
c) Pensioners residing in non-CGHS areas have also the option to avail Fixed Medical Allowance of Rs300/- per month for OPD treatment and obtain CGHS card from nearest CGHS covered city for inpatient facilities under CGHS. No OPD medicines shall be issued from Wellness Centres in such cases.
d) CGHS pensioner beneficiaries( and their dependant and eligible family members) who are holding a valid CGHS Card and residing in a non-CGHS area shall be eligible to obtain inpatient medical treatment and also follow up treatment from Govt. Hospitals / CS(MA) /ECHS approved hospitals on proper referral from CGHS …

Entertain or give a step - motherly treatment?

Entertain or give a step - motherly treatment?
What should I do if the empanelled hospital refuses to entertain or give a step - motherly treatment?

Each empanelled hospital is expected to have a Nodal Officer at the reception counter to address issues related to CGHS beneficiaries. If they are incapable of resolving the problems, then contact CMO I/C of the Wellness Centre where you are registered or Additional. Director, CGHS of concerned city/zone or the nodal officer for grievance redressal.
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What can I do if my claim is unnecessarily delayed?

What can I do if my claim is unnecessarily delayed?

A Claims Day is held in the O/O the Additional Director of city (and in the 4 zones in Delhi) on the third Thursday of every month, to discuss grievancesrelated to medical claims. One can register one's
name for the Claims' Day through CMO I/C of the Wellness Centre.
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CGHS beneficiaries, eligible for cashless treatment ?

CGHS beneficiaries, eligible for cashless treatment ?
Which are the categories of CGHS beneficiaries, eligible for cashless treatment ?
Private empanelled hospitals (also called Health Care Organizations or HCOs) shall provide credit facility to the following categories of CGHS beneficiaries (including their dependant family members):

i. Members of Parliament;

ii. Pensioners of Central Government drawing pension from central estimates;

iii. Former Vice-presidents, Former Governors and former Prime Ministers; Ex-Members of Parliament;

iv. Freedom Fighters;

v. Serving CGHS employees;

vi. Serving employees of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (including attached / subordinate offices under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare).

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Next Topic: If yes what is the procedure?

If yes what is the procedure?

If yes what is the procedure?
Is treatment taken at non empanelled private hospital reimbursable? If yes what is the procedure?

CGHC considers for reimbursement at CGHS rates in case the treatment taken in an emergency from a private unrecognized hospitals.
The claims are to be submitted at concerned CGHS Wellness Centre in case of Pensioner CGHS beneficiaries for consideration by CGHS.
In case of serving employees the medical claim shall be submitted to concerned Ministry /Department for consideration.
The Claims are to be preferred within 6 months period from the date of discharge from the hospitals. If the claim becomes times barred, then condonation of period is to be done by the Department concerned.
The claim should have the following documents completed.
a. Prescribed Medical Reimbursement Claim Form
b. All original bills.
c. Photocopy of CGHS Token card.
d. Discharge Slip of the hospital.
e. A detailed list of all medicines, laboratory tests, investigations number of doctors vi…

What should I do in case of emergency or if I am unwell, say late at night?

What should I do in case of emergency or if I am unwell, say late at night?
CGHS beneficiaries have the option to go to any of the four 24 hr functional Wellness Centres in Delhi, a nearby government hospital, empanelled private hospital or even any private hospital.

The four Wellness Centres which are functional 24*7 are located in Dr Zakir Hussain Road, North Avenue, South Avenue, and Kingsway Camp. Their contact details are given under 'contact us' list on the CGHSwebsite. In case the beneficiary chooses to go to a private empanelled hospital, following type of beneficiaries will not be asked to make a deposit for treatment in empanelled hospitals at the time of emergency

 Pensioner beneficiaries CGHS Employees DGHS Employees and Employeees of Min. of Health and Family Welfare. (includin attached / subordinate offices        under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare).
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Number of tests performed on original prescription slip?

Number of tests performed on original prescription slip?
Is it mandatory for the Diagnostic Labs stamp the date and the number of tests performed on original prescription slip?
The empanelled Diagnostic Labs / Imaging Centers/Hospitals shall stamp the date and the number of tests performed with name of the centre on the body of the original prescription document as part of checks and balance measures in the process.
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