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Grant of 10 Days Casual Leave to the Industrial and Non-Industrial Employees of all Army DTES at par with other Employees of MOD

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Addl Dte Gen of MP/MP 4(Civ)(c)
Adjutant General’s Branch
Integrated HQrs of MOD (Army)
West Block III, RK Puram
New Delhi 110066

16337/JCM/MP-4(Civ)(c)

16 Feb 2018

HQ Southern Command,
HQ Eastern Command,
HQ Western Command
HQ Central Command,
HQ Northern Command
HQ South West Command
HQ Army Training Command

Grant of Ten Days Casual Leave to the Industrial and Non-Industrial Employees of all Army DTES at par with other Employees of MOD

  1. Reference speech point No.2© of review meeting of 24th Steering Committee Meeting 12th term of AHQ JCM III Level Council on the above subject
  2. It has been pointed out by the Staff Side JCM Level III Council that in those Units/Establishments where employees are not getting benefits of 17 closed holidays in a year , may be granted 10 Days Casual leave(CL)
  3. In this Connections, it is clarified that as per para 9 of Appendix III of FRSR Part III Leave Rules, all central Government Employees are entitled for Casual Leave as under:-

    08 days CL – for those entitled to 17 days gazetted holidays per calendar year
    10 days CL – for those not entitled to 17 days gazetted holidays per calendar year

  4. It may be ensured that Casual Leave may be granted as per the above guidelines
  5. This has approval of Competent Authority

(MC Sharma)
LWC ( C )
MP-4(Civ) ( c )
Copy to
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Shri. M.Jayachandran
Secy Staff Side
Army HQ JCM Council

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Drastic reduction in Budgetary support to Ordnance Factories

BPMS: Drastic reduction in Budgetary support to Ordnance Factories

REF: BPMS /MOD /Budget /186 (8/1/R)

Dated: 10.02.2018

To
Smt. Nirmala Sitharamari, Defence Minister,
Government of India,
South Block, New Delhi

Sub : Drastic reduction in Budgetary support to Ordnance Factories

Hon’ble madam,

With due regards, I would like to bring the following for your kind personal intervention at the earliest please:-

We were not surprised on your statement speaking on the eve to mark 90 years of the setting up of leading industry body FICCI on 14.12.2017 when you said: “This may be a proper and suitable occasion to say that I am doing a major review of the ordnance factories, to make sure we understand where they are, what is it that they have to be given, are they going to be in a position to be joint venture partners for people trying to benefit from transfer of technology… so OFBs (ordnance factory boards) are also being looked into.”

But we are consternated to note that all of a sudden the government has drastically cut down the Budgetary support of the Ordnance Factories, both for the Revised Estimates for the year 2017-18 and the Budgetary Estimates for the year 2018-19. In the current year Value of Issue for Army was planned at Rs. 14496 crore which has been reduced to Rs. 11419 crore (reduction by 21.22%). Budget Estimate for the year 2018-19 indicates reduction from Rs. 14872 crore to Rs. 11743 crore for issues to Army. Due to this, spares of ‘A’ Vehicles and Artillery Guns, sighting Systems and Electronics, General Stores and Clothing, Small Arms cannot be supplied to Army. This will have a cascading adverse effect on the capacity utilization of concerned 12 Ordnance Factories, pay pocket of employees and society at large.

As a major stakeholder, this development is being view with great concern as it directly and brutally affects not only the Defence Production sector per se, but the war preparedness of the Nation too.

In this connection we seek to bring to your kind attention various correspondence of this Federation wherein we have reiterated the fact that depending on the Private Sector on critical supplies have been a failure till date and will continue to be so in the future too, after all, this sector cannot just perform on the single point agenda of “return on investment”, the mainstay of the private enterprises.

Suffice to mention once again that the private sector can only make sound & fury but cannot deliver due to the vagarity of the situation prevalent in defence purchases.

It is worth to mention here that erstwhile Defence Minister, Shri Manohar Parrikar had been encouraging the Ordnance Factories’ employees/organization as they ensured defence production upto Rs 14,000 crore in the financial year 2015-16. He noticed that the output of the ordnance factory had improved for the first time by 17 per cent. It was stagnant for four to five years and hovering around Rs 10,000 to Rs 11,000 crore. He used to say, “Ordnance Factories have achieved new milestones in production of ammunition and defence weapons. These defence establishments have a bright future for feeding defence products for security of the nation. Now, ordnance factories are eyeing production of Rs 20,000 crore in near future,”

The drastic reduction in Budgetary support, it is apprehended, will entail stoppage of supplies of various critical spares, general items, electronic items and even small arms and ammunitions, directly affecting the work load of more than a dozen factories and thousands of workmen.

In view of the above, we seek your kind personal intervention in the matter with an request to restore the budgetary support to its original state to avoid a major collapse of supplies which may eventually cause impediment to the war preparedness of the Nation.

An immediate action in the matter is therefore solicited.

Thanking you in anticipation.

Sincerely yours

S/d,
(MUKESH SINGH)
Secretary/BPMS &
Member, JCM-II Level Council (MOD)

Source : BPMS

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Defence: Women Joining Army

DEFENCE-WOMEN-ARMY

Ministry of Defence
Women Joining Army

Posted On: 07 FEB 2018

The induction of women in Indian Army is based on the organizational requirements, fighting efficiency, combat effectiveness and functionality. Presently, women are recruited in Indian Army in the Military Nursing Service and as Officers through Short Service Commission (SSC) on all India merit basis in specific branches like Army Service Corps, Army Ordinance Corps, Army Education Corps, Judge Advocate General, Signals, Intelligence and Electrical and Mechanical Engineering branches.

Government has taken a number of measures to encourage both men and women from all parts of the country including Maharashtra to join the defence forces, viz. (i) sustained image projection; (ii) publicity campaign to create awareness among the youth on the advantages of taking up a challenging and satisfying career; (iii) participation in career fairs and exhibitions; (iv) motivational lectures in schools and colleges etc.

This information was given by RakshaRajyaMantriDr.SubhashBhamrein a written reply to Shri Ashok MahadeoraoNetein LokSabha today.

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Scheme for compassionate appointment – Relative merit points and revised procedure for selection

Scheme for Compassionate Appointment – Relative merit points and revised procedure for selection

 

Principal Controller of Accounts (Ordnance Factories), Kolkata published on 5.2.2018

 

Ministry of Defence (Finance)
Block, New Delhi
DAD – Coord
Room No.24-A, South Block, New Delhi

 

Sub: Scheme for Compassionate Appointment – Relative merit points and revised procedure for selection.

A copy of Ministry of Defence D(Lab) ID No.19(2)/2017-D(Lab) dated 09.01.2018 on the above subject is forwarded herewith for information and necessary action please.

sd/-
(Rajesh Kalia)
SO (DAD-Coord)

Ministry of Defence
D(Lab)

 

Sub: Scheme for compassionate appointment – Relative merit points and revised procedure for selection.

 

The undersigned is directed to say that the Department of Personnel & Training under the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions is the nodal department for Government of India’s Scheme for compassionate Appoinment. While considering requests for compassionate appointment, a balanced and objective assessment of financial condition of the families of the applicants has to be made taking into account the assets and liabilities and other relevant factors. The main object of the Scheme is to alleviate the family of the deceased government servant/member of the Armed Forces from indigence and help it get over the emergency. Accordingly, vide Ministry of Defence I.D. No.271/93/D(Lab) dated 2.11.93, Ministry of Defence had developed a 100-point weightage system containing various parameters/attributes to decide the most deserving cases amongst the large number of Defence ID No. 19(4)/824-99/1998-D(Lab) dated 9.3.2001. Consequent upon implementation of the 6th CPC Report, parameters of all these attributes were further revised in 2010 vide MoD note No. 19(3)/2009/D(Lab) dated 22.1.2010 and 14.5.2010. Presently, the attributes on 100-points scale are – Quantum of Family Pension (20 Points); Terminal Benefits (10 points); Monthly income of family from other sources (05 points); Movable/immovable property held by the family (10 points); No. of dependents (15 points), No. of unmarried daughters (15 points); No. of minor children (15 points) and Left over service (10 points). As per the parctice, compassionate appointment is given to the highest score earner.

 

2. Now, consequent upon implementation of the 7th CPC pay structure, the finacial parameters are required to be revised again. Certain organisations/ formations under Ministry of Defence have been requesting for revision of relative merit points and procedure for selecting the most indigent applicant(s) for compassionate appointment after death/medically boarding-out of the Government servant/member of the Armed Forces on whose income the family was wholly dependent.

 

3. As per 7th CPC structure, the minimum pension stands revised from Rs.3,500 p.m. (as per 6th CPC) to Rs.9,000 p.m. which approximately comes out to be 2.57 times the old pension. The Govt. of India have also approved this factor of 2.57 for working out revised pay, based on which DCRG, Family Pension and Leave encashment are calculate. Accordingly, the monetary parameters/attributes such as Family Pension, Terminal Benefits, Monthly income of earning member(s) and income from property and lates market value of the Movable/Immovable property have been revised by the multiplying the fitment factor of 2.57 or so, for arriving at the present-day weightage points. However, other non-monetary parameters/attributes viz. No. of Dependents, No. of Unmarried Daughter, No. of Minor Children and Leftover Service have been kept unchanged.

 

4. Accordingly, with the approval of the competent authority, various parameters on the 100-points scale of weightage system stand revised as under with immediate effect:-

 

(a) Basic Family Pension / Monthly Amount received under National Pension System

(20 points)

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(d) Movable/immovable property of the family (Latest Market Value including Fixed Deposit/Bank balance etc. but excluding the lump sum amount received as mentioned in (b) above

(10 points)

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5. the revised guidelines will take place with immediate effect. However, cases already considered by the Boards of Officers constituted for considering requests for compassionate appointment as per the previous guidelines need not be re-opened.

6. However, for considering belated requests for compassionate appointment where the death/disablement of Govt. servant/member of Armed Forces took place long ago, weightage points towards ‘Terminal Benefits’ may be awarded in the following manner:-

(a) For cases where death of the deceased Govt. servant occured prior to 9.3.2001, parameters of ‘Terminal Benefits’ given in MoD ID note dated 2.11.1993 will be applicable:

(b) For cases where death of the deceased Govt, servant occurred on or after 9.3.2001 till 21.1.2010, parameters of ‘Terminal Benefits’ given in Mod ID note dated 9.3.2001 will be applicable: and

(c) For cases where death of the deceased Govt. servant occurred on or after 22.1.2010 till 31.12.2015, parameters of ‘Terminal Benefits’ given in MoD ID note dated 22.1.2010 will be applicable.

7. All the concerned are advised to strictly follow these weightage points and guidelines keeping in view the instruction issued by the DoP&T/MoD, from time to time for assessing comparative merit of the applicants for compassionate appointment.

(S S S SARMA)
Director (Estt. & CP), Govt. of India

Source: www.pcafys.nic.in

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Amount Earmarked for Defence

Ministry of Defence

Amount Earmarked for Defence

Total amount earmarked for Defence under Defence Services Estimates (DSE) in Budget Estimate 2017-18 is Rs.2,59,261.90 Crores.

An amount of Rs.61,002.97 Crores has been spent till 31st December, 2017 for Modernisation (Capital Acquisition) under DSE, 2017-18.

The details of break-up of Budget Estimate allocation & Expenditure till 31.12.2017 for Army, Air Force and Navy (including Joint Staff) for Modernisation (Capital Acquisition) under DSE are as under:

(Rs. in crores)

BE Allocation

Actual Expenditure till 31.12.2017

Army

20178.21

16,038.06

Air Force

30899.90

30,994.47

Navy

18327.64

13,970.44

Total:

69405.75

61002.97

This information was given by RakshaRajyaMantriDr.SubhashBhamre in a written reply to Shri Harivanshin Rajya Sabha today.

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Defence – Budget 2018-19 – Allocate 12.10 percent of the total Central Government Expenditure

Defence – Budget 2018-19 – Allocate 12.10 percent of the total Central Government Expenditure

Union Budget for the financial year 2018-19, presented by the Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley in the Parliament today, envisaged a total outlay of Rs. 24,42,213 crore. Out of this, Rs 2,95,511.41 crore has been earmarked for Defence. This accounts for 12.10 percent of the total Central Government expenditure for the year 2018-19.

The allocation of Rs. 2,95,511.41 crore represents a growth of 7.81 percent over Budget Estimates (Rs. 2,74,114.12 crore) and 5.91 percent over Revised Estimates (Rs. 2,79,003.85 crore), respectively for the financial year 2017-18.

Out of Rs. 2,95,511.41 crore allocated for the financial year 2018-19, Rs. 1,95,947.55 crore has been allocated for Revenue (Net) expenditure and Rs. 99,563.86 crore for Capital expenditure for the Defence Services and the Organizations/ Departments under Ministry of Defence. The amount of Rs. 99,563.86 crore, allocated for Capital expenditure, includes modernization related expenditure. The Capital allocation for Ministry of Defence under BE 2018-19 is 33.1 percent of the total Central Government Expenditure on Capital Account, which is Rs 3,00,441 crore.

For Defence Pension, which is over and above the outlay mentioned above, an amount of Rs. 1,08,853.30 crore has been provided in BE 2018-19. This is 26.60 percent above the BE 2017-18 of Rs. 85,740 crore and 14.26 percent over RE 2017-18 of Rs. 95,000 crore.

The approval for the construction of Sela pass has given further impetus to the Defence preparedness.

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7th CPC: Revision of Disability/ War Injury pension for pre-1.1.2016 Defence Forces pensioners

Implementation of Government decision on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) – Revision of Disability/ War Injury pension for pre-1.1.2016 Defence Forces pensioners

No.17(01)/2017/D(Pen/Policy)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare

New Delhi-110011,
Dated 23rd January, 2018

The Chief of the Army Staff
The Chief of the Naval Staff
The Chief of the Air Staff

 

Subject: Implementation of Government decision on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC) – Revision of Disability/ War Injury pension for pre-1.1.2016 Defence Forces pensioners reg.

 

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Ministry’s letter No. 17(01)/2016-D(Pen/Pol) dated 29th October 2016 modified vide letter No 17(01)/2017(01)/ D(Pension/Policy) dated 4th September, 2017 for revision of pension of pre-2016 Defence Forces pensioners/ family pensioners in implementation of the Government decisions on the recommendations of the 7th CPC. As per the same, disability element/ liberalized disability element/ war injury element of Defence Forces pensioners have been revised by the pension disbursing agencies by multiplying the existing rate of disability element as on 31.12.2015, by factor of 2.57 to arrive at revised rate of disability element as on 1.1.2016. The Ministry vide letter No 17(01)/2017(02)/D(Pension/Policy) dated 5th September, 2017 have also issued orders for revision of pension including disability element by issue of corrigendum PPO based on notional pay fixed as on 1.1.2016 in the 7th CPC pay matrix corresponding to the pay in the pay scale/ pay band 86 grade pay in which the pensioner had retired. The later order of 5th September, 2017 allows the benefit of broad banding of disability in cases of retirement/ discharge voluntary or otherwise with disability/war injury and additional pension on disability/war injury element to be authorized by issue of corrigendum PPO

 

  1. In partial modification of Ministry’s said order dated 29th October, 2016 as modified, the President is now pleased to decide that in cases where Armed Forces pensioners who were retired/discharged voluntary or otherwise with disability and were in receipt of disability/war injury element as on 31.12.2015, their extent of disability shall be re-computed in the following manner before applying the multiplication factor of 2.57 on existing disability/war injury element to arrive at the revised disability element/war injury element as on 1.1.2016.
Accepted percentage of disability Percentage to be reckoned for computation of Disability Element
20% or more but less than 50% 50%
Between 50% to 75% 75%
Between 76% to 100% 100%

 

  1. Rates for calculation of disability where composite assessment has been made due to existence of disability as well as war injury, shall be determined in terms of provision contained in Para 3(b) of Ministry’s letter No.16(02)/2015-D(Pen/Pol) dated 8th August 2016. The amount of revised disability element finally arrived shall be rounded off to next higher rupee.

 

  1. The president is also pleased to decide that quantum of additional pension available to old age pensioners after attaining the age of 80 years and above, shall also be admissible on revised disability/war injury element. The Note below para 12 of this Ministry’s above mentioned letter dated 29th October,2016 stands deleted.

 

  1. The provisions of this Ministry’s above -mentioned letter dated 29th October 2016 as modified vide letter dated 4th September,2017 and dated 5th September,2017 which are not affected by the provisions of this letter, shall remain unchanged.

 

  1. PCDA (Pensions) Allahabad shall issue necessary implementation instructions for implementation of provisions of these orders directly by the pension disbursing agencies.

 

  1. The provisions of this letter shall take effect from 1.1.2016.

 

  1. This issues with the concurrence of Finance Division of this Ministry vide their ID No.Part file (i) to 30(01)/2016/Fin/Pen dated 15.12.2017.

 

  1. Hindi Version will follow.

Yours faithfully
sd/-
(Manoj Sinha)
Under Secretary to the Government of India.

Authority: www.desw.gov.in

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Instructions regarding prior permission by officers/officials of MoD for private visits abroad on leave

No. A-65014/01/2015-Gp.I

Ministry of Defence
D(Estt.I/Gp.I)

CIRCULAR

Subject : Instructions regarding prior permission by officers/officials of MoD for private visits abroad on leave.

While processing the applications of the officers/officials of this Ministry for the purpose of issuing permission for their personal visit abroad, it has been noticed that the applications are submitted at short notice leaving little time to process their case by the Establishment Division.

2. In this regard, it needs to be mentioned that processing of such applications involve prior clearances from Cash Section, Vigilance Section and Security Office which consume substantial time.

3. In order to avoid delays in processing of such cases, it has been decided that henceforth officers/ officials would submit their application in the prescribed proforma (copy enclosed) at least a month prior to their date of departure.

4. This issues with the approval of the Competent Authority.

(Parveen Dudeja)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Tel : 2301 2846

Encl: AA

All officers/ officials in MoD(Sectt)
NIC – With the request to upload the circular in the official website of MoD

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Scheme for compassionate appointment – Relative merit points and revised procedure for selection

Compassionate Appointments : Relative merit points and revised procedure for selection – Ministry of Defence

Ministry of Defence
D(Lab)

Sub: Scheme for compassionate appointment – Relative merit points and revised procedure for selection.

The undersigned is directed to say that the Department of Personnel & Training under the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions is the nodal department for Government of India’s Scheme for Compassionate Appointments. While considering requests for compassionate appointment, a balanced and objective assessment of financial condition of the families of the applicants has to be made taking into account the assets and liabilities and other relevant factors. The main object of the Scheme is to alleviate the family of the deceased government servant/member of the Armed Forces from indigence and help it get over the emergency. Accordingly, vide Ministry of Defence I.D. No.271/93/D(Lab) dated 2.11.93, Ministry of Defence had developed a 100-point weightage system containing various parameters/attributes to decide the most deserving cases amongst the large number of applicants. The weightage system was revised in 2001 vide Ministry of Defence ID No. 19(4)/824-99/1998-D(Lab) dated 9.3.2001. Consequent upon implementation of the 6th CPC Report, parameters of all these attributes were further revised in 2010 vide MoD note No.19(3)/2009/D(Lab) dated 22.1.2010 and 14.5.2010. Presently, the attributes on 100-point scale are – Quantum of Family Pension (20 points); Terminal Benefits (10 points); Monthly income of family from other sources (05 points); Movable/immovable property held by the family (10 points); No. of dependents (15 points), No. of unmarried daughters (15 points); No. of minor children (15 points) and Left over service (10 points). As per the practice, compassionate appointment is given to the highest score earner.

2. Now, consequent. upon implementation of the 7th CPC pay structure, the financial parameters are required to be revised again. Certain organisations/ formations under Ministry of Defence have been requesting for revision of relative merit points and procedure for selecting the most indigent applicant(s) for compassionate appointment after death/medically boarding- out of the Government servant/member of the Armed Forces on whose income the family was wholly dependent.

3. As per 7th CPC structure, the minimum pension stands revised from if 3,500 pm. (as per 6th CPC) to 1 9,000 p.m. which approximately comes out to be 2.57 times the old pension. The Govt. of India have also approved this factor of 2.57 for working oUt revised pay, based on which DCRG, Family Pension and Leave encashment are calculated. Accordingly, the monetary parameters/attributes such as Family Pension, Terminal Benefits, Monthly income of earning member(s) and income from property and latest market value of the Movable/Immovable property have been revised by the multiplying the fitment factor of 2.57 or so, for arriving at the present-day weightage points. However, other non-monetary parameters/attributes viz. No. of Dependents, No. of Unmarried Daughters, No. of Minor Children and Leftover Service have been kept unchanged.

4. Accordingly, with the approval of the competent authority, various parameters on the loo-point scale of weightage system stand revised as under with immediate effect:-

(a) Basic Family Pension 1 Monthly Amount received under National Pension System

(20 points)

(b) Lump sum amount received by the family on death of Govt. servant (i.e. DCR Gratuity, GPF/PPF A/c balance, Leave Encashment, CGEGIS, LIC/PLI etc.) Lump sum Amount received under NPS etc.

(10 points)

(c) Annual income from movable/immovable property as well as Annual income earned by other member(s) of the family

(05 points)

(d) Movable/immovable property of the family (Latest Market Value) including Fixed Deposit/Bank balance etc. but excluding the lump sum amount received as mentioned in (b) above

(10 points)

(e) No. of dependents

(15 points)

(f) No. of unmarried daughters

(15 points)

(g) No. of minor children

(15 points)

(h) Left over service

(10 points)

(Total 100 points)

5. The revised guidelines will take place with immediate effect. However, cases already considered by the Boards of Officers constituted for considering requests for compassionate appointment as per the previous guidelines need not be re-opened.

6. However, for considering belated requests for compassionate appointment where the death/disablement of Govt. servant/member of Armed Forces took place long ago, weightage points towards ‘Terminal Benefits’ may be awarded in the following manner:-

(a) For cases where death of the deceased Govt. servant occurred prior to 9.3.2001, parameters of ‘Terminal Benefits’ given in MoD ID note dated 2.11.1993 will be applicable;

(b) For cases where death of the deceased Govt. servant occurred on or after 9.3.2001 till 21.1.2010, parameters of ‘Terminal Benefits’ given in MoD ID note dated 9.3.2001 will be applicable; and

(c) For cases where death of the deceased Govt. servant occurred on or after 22.1.2010 till 31.12.2015, parameters of ‘Terminal Benefits’ given in MoD ID note dated 22.1.2010 will be applicable.

7. All the concerned are advised to strictly follow these weightage points and guidelines keeping in view the instructions issued by the DoP&T/MoD, from time to time for assessing comparative merit of the applicants for compassionate appointment.

(S S S SARMA)
Director (Estt. & CP), Govt. of India

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Raksha Mantri Issues Orders on Matter of Equivalence with Respect to Armed Forces and AFHQ CS Officers

Ministry of Defence

Raksha Mantri Issues Orders on Matter of Equivalence with Respect to Armed Forces and AFHQ CS Officers

Raksha Mantri Smt Nirmala Sitharaman has issued the following orders with immediate effect:-

Ministry of Defence letter dated 18 October 2016 on the issue of equivalence between Armed Forces Officers and Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Services (AFHQ CS)Officers is withdrawn.
The cadre restructuring of AFHQ CS as approved by the Union Cabinet shall be duly implemented. Designations to be created in consequence of the additional posts sanctioned by the Cabinet will be done in consultation with Service HQs. Local designations assigned both Service and Civilian Officers in Service Headquarters/InterService Organisations (ISOs) is hereby withdrawn. Both Service and Civilian Officers will use their respective cadre designations only.

So far as the Channel of reporting/rendition of Annual Performance Appraisal Report (APAR) is concerned, status quo ante is hereby restored, i.e., the position which existed prior to the issue of MoD letter dated 18 October 2016 shall prevail.

This is for strict compliance by all concerned.

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Empanelment of Hospitals/Nursing Homes And – Diagnostic Centres For ECHS: DESW OM dated 05.12.2017

Empanelment of Hospitals/Nursing Homes And – Diagnostic Centres For ECHS: DESW OM dated 05.12.2017
No.22B(11)/2017/WE/D(Res-I)
Government Of India
Ministry of Defence
Dept of Ex-Servicemen Welfare

 

New Delhi the 05 December 2017

 

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

To,

The Managing Director

Central Organisation, ECHS

Maude Line, Delhi Cantt

Subject :- EMPANELMENT OF HOSPITALS /NURSING HOMES AND- DIAGNOSTIC CENTRES FOR ECHS
1. I am directed to state that in terms of the of Govt of India, Ministry, of Defence letter No 22B(04)/2010/US(WE)D(Res) dated 18 Feb 2011 and 22B(02)/2013/US(WE)D(Res) dated 18 Oct 2013, and 22B(02)/2013/US(WE)/D(Res) dated 24 Feb 2015 it has now been decided by the 11th Screening Committee for empanelment of Medical facilities with ECHS in its meeting held on 31 Aug 2017 under the chairmanship of MD ECHS to empanel 123 Private Hospitals/Nursing Homes and Diagnostic Laboratories for different specialities and procedures as per the list attached in the Annexure:-

Ser City Name of Hospitals Annexure No
1. Agra Purushottamdas Savitridevi Cancer Care & Research
Centre
1
2. Ahmedabad Krishna Shalby Hospital (A unit of -Shalby Ltd). 2
3. Ahmedabad Aashu Dental & Multispeciality Clinic 2
4. Aluva Rajagiri HOSpital (A Unit of Rajagiri Healthcare  and
Edutational Trust)
3
5. Ambala City MM Hospital 4
6. Amravati Shreenetralya Super Speciality Eye Hospital 5
7. Amritsar Nanda Hospital 6
8. Amritsar Dr Lal Path Labs Ltd- 6
9. Amritsar Care and Cure Medicity Hospital 7
10. Amritsar Jai Kamal Eye Hospital 7
11. Amritsar Medistar Hospital 7
12. Amritsar Vision plus Eye Hospital 8
13. Amritsar Neelkanth Hospital 8
14. Bangalore Columbia Asia Hospital (A Unit of columbia Asia
Hospitals Pvt Ltd)
9
15. Batala Bajwa Hospitals 10
16. Bathinda Chahal Hospital Pvt Ltd 11
17. Chandigarh Prime Diagnostic Centre and Heart Institute (a Unit of
Prime Diagnostic Centre Pvt Ltd
12
18. Chandigarh Neeraj Eye Hospital Pvt ltd 12
19.. Chandigarh Dharam Hospital 12
20. Charkhi Dadri Goyal Dental Clinic 13
21. Delhi Shri Bhagwan Diagnostic & Imaging Centre Pvt Ltd 14
22. Delhi Cygnus MLS Super Speciality Hospital (a unit of Cygnus
MLS Hospital Pvt Ltd)
14
23. New Delhi Rockland Hospital 15
24. New Delhi Artemis Hospital (A unit of Artemis Medicare Services
Ltd)
16
25. New Delhi Delhi Institute of Functional Imaging (A unit of
Chhaitanya Diagnostics Pvt Ltd)
16
26. New Delhi Bhagat Hospital (A unit of Bhagat Hospitals Pvt ltd) 17
27. New Delhi Bharti Eye Hospital 17
28. New Delhi Metropolis Healthcare Ltd 18
29. New Delhi Dr Ashok Dentistree 18
30. New Delhi Hi Tech Eye Centre 18
31.. Dhule Seva Super Speciality and Critical Care Centre 19
32. Ghaziabad Narinder Mohan Hospital & Heart Centre (A unit of
Narinder Mohan Foundation)
20
33. Goa SMRC’s VM Salgaocar Hospital 21
34. Greater Noida Green City Hospital (A unit of AAR AAR Medical Services
Pvt Ltd)
22
35. Noida Suraksha Diagnostic Pvt Ltd 23
36. Noida Noida MRI and Diagnostic Centre (Unit of SDS Healthcare
and Imaging Pvt Ltd)
23
37. Gurgaon Rockland Hospital 24
38. Gurgaon Modern Diagnostic and Research Centre Pvt Ltd 25
39. Gurgaon Modern Diagnostic and .Research Centre Pvt Ltd 26
40. Gurgaon Columbia Asia Hospital (A unit of Columbia Asia
Hospital Pvt Ltd)
27
41. Gurgaon Eye Q Super Speciality Eye Hospitals (A unit of Eye Q
Vision Pvt Ltd)
28
42. Haldwani Eye Q Super Speciality Hospitals (A unit of Eye Q
Vision Pvt Ltd)
29
43. Hisar Sarvodaya Multispeciality & Cancer Hospital. 30
44. Hisar Eye Q Super Speciality Eye Hospital (A unit of Eye Q
Vision Pvt Ltd)
30
45.. Hisar Dr Ram Narayan Soni Ortho Hospital 31
46 Hoshiarpur Thind Eye Hospital 32
47. Hyderabad Medivision Eye and Health Care Centre Pvt Ltd 33
48. Hyderabad Partha Dental (A unit of Partha Dental Care India Pvt
Ltd.)
33
49. Jabalpur Jabalpur Hospital & Research Centre 34
50. Jagadhari Aggarwal Hospital 35
51. Jaipur Ganadhipati Purushottam Shekhawati Hospital& Research
Centre
36
52. Jaipur Dr Goyal’s Path Lab & Imaging Centre 36
53. Jaipur Marudhar Hospital 37
54. Jaipur Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital 38
55. Jaipur Adinath ENT & General Hospital 39
56. Jaipur Barala Hospital and Research Centre 39
57. Jaipur Rajat Imaging Centre 39
58. Jalandhar Kidney Hospital & Lifeline Medical Institutions 40
59. Jalandhar Dr Lal PathLabs Ltd 40
60. Jalandhar Karan Hospital 41
61. Jalandhar Dr Dang’s Nursing Home & Hospital 41
62. Jalandhar Oberoi Dental Clinic 42
63. Jalandhar Dr Harpreet Eye and Dental Care Centre 42
64. Jorhat Chandraprabha Eye Hospital 43
65. Kadapa Vijaya Super Speciality Dental Clinic 44
66. Kalyan Fortis Hospitals Ltd 45
67.. Kanpur Eye Q Vision Pvt Ltd 46
68. Karimnagar Partha Dental 47
69. Karnal Park Hospitals (A unit of DMR Hospitals Pvt Ltd) 48
70. Khammam Partha Dental 49
71. Khanna Jain Multispeciality Hospital 50
72. Kolkata Suraksha Diagnostic Pvt Ltd 51
73. Kolkata Metropolis Health care Ltd 51
74. Kolkata Charnock Hospitals Pvt Ltd 51
75. Lalitpur Nepal Cancer Hospital and Research Centre Pvt Ltd 52
76. Lucknow Raj Scanning Ltd 53
77. Lucknow Grover Dental & Medical Centre 53
78. Lucknow Eye Q Vision Pvt Ltd 53
79. Ludhiana Guru Teg Bahadar Sahib Charitable Hospital 54
80. Ludhiana Brar Eye Centre 54
81. Ludhiana Anurag Eye Centre 55
82. Ludhiana Ambay Eye Care Centre 55
83. Mahendergarh Ganga Devi Pandey Eye Hospital 56
84. Mathura Nayati Multi Super Speciality Hospital 57
85. Meerut Jindal Rehabilitation & Dental Centre 58
86. Meerut IIMT Life Line Hospital 58
87. Mohali Mayo Healthcare Super Speciality Hospital (A unit of
Chandigarh Healthcare Pvt Ltd)
59
88. Mohali Indus International Hospital 60
89. Mohali Sangam Netralaya 61
90. Mohali JP Hospital 61
91. Mountabu J Watmull Global Hospital & Research Centre 62
92. Mukerian Dashmesh Dental Clinic 63
93. Mumbai S.L. Raheja Hospital (A Fortis Associate) 64
94. Mumbai Fortis Hospitals Ltd 65
95. Navi Mumbai Hiranandani Hospital (A Fortis Associate Hospital) (a
unit of Hiranandani Healthcare Pvt Ltd)
66
96. Navi Mumbai Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd 67
97. Mysore Bharath Hospital & Institute of Oncology (A Unit of
Sada Sharada Tumor and Research Institute)
68
98. Nagpur Spandan Heart Institute and Research Centre (A unit of
Spandan Heart Institute and Research Centre India Pvt Ltd)
69
99. Narnaul Goyal Netra Chikitsalaya 70
100. Nashik Apollo Hospitals 71
101. Palwal Gamma Physio Care & Pain Relief Clinic 72
102. Patiala Garg Eye Hospital 73
103. Patna Ruban Emergency Hospital (A unit of Basudeo Health
Foundation Pvt ltd)
74
104. Pune Columbia Asia Hospital (A unit of Columbia Asia
Hospitals Pvt ltd)
75
105. Raipur Ramkrishna Care Hospital (Unit of Ramkrishna Care
Medical Sciences Pvt Ltd)
76
106. Rewari Riti Eye Care Hospital 77
107. Rohtak Dr Jale’s Life Care Hospital 78
108. Roorkee Eye Q Super Speciality Eye Hospitals 79
109. Salem Nathan Super Speciality Hospital 80
110. Sikar I Max Eye Care Hospital 81
111. Sikar SB Mittal Memorial Heart & Critical Care Hospital 81
112. Sonepat Haryana Multispeciality Hospital 82
113. Sonepat Satyakiran Healthcare Pvt Ltd 82
114. Sonepat Nawal Hospital and Trauma Centre 83
115. Srikakulam Dr Kamal Vilekar Multispeciality Dental Hospital 84
116. Srinagar Noora Hospital 85
117. Surat Medical Educational Trust Association Surat of Seventh
Day Adventist Hospital
86
118. Thane Wockhartdt Hospitals Ltd 87
119. Thrissur Daya General Hospital & Speciality Surgical Centre (A
unit of Medical Centre Trichur Ltd)
88
120.  . Trichy Apollo Speciality Hospital (a Unit of Apollo Hospitals
Enterprise Ltd)
89
121. Trivandrum Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences (A unit of KIMS
Health Care Management Ltd)
90
122.  . Vadodara New Vision Laser Centres (Rajkot) Pvt Ltd 91
123. Vrindavan BHRC-Dr Shroffs Eye Care Institute (Run by Dr Shroff’s
Charity Eye Hospital)
92
2. All the terms and conditions including fixation of rates payable to empanelled hospitals will be regulated under Govt of India, Ministry Of Defence letter No.22B(4)/2010/US(WE)/D(res) dated 18 Feb 2011 as amended from time to time.3. The rates for ECHS Hospital/Nursing Home, Dental Centres and Diagnostic Centres as approved by the Empowered Committee will be as per CGHS rates and will be notified by the Director, Regional Centre ECHS to all concerned including polyclinics, SEMOs, CDA/PCDA and Central Organisation ECHS.

4. Empanelment of CGHs empanelled hospitals is subject to the hospital providing proof of its being  CGHS empanelled facility as on the date of signing MoA with ECHS.

5. CGHS empanelled medical facilities will be empanelled with ECHS for the period for which the facilites hold valid MoA with CGHS. The MoA will be extendable once CGHS renews the MoA with the medical facilities.

6. NABH accredited medical facilities will be empanelled with ECHS for the period of validity of NABH certificate and the MoA will be renewed once the medical facility is issues revalidation/renewed NABH certificate.
7. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Finance) vide their U.O.No.34(05)/2010/Fin/Pen/Vol IV dated 28.11.2017.

(AK Karn)
Under Secretary to the Govt of India

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Family Pension to Divorced Daughters

Family Pension to Divorced Daughters

Ministry of Defence

03 JAN 2018

There is no such proposal.  However, vide Ministry of Defence letter dated 17.11.2017, divorced daughter is now eligible for ordinary family pension for life subject to fulfilment of the following conditions:-

When widow / widower of Defence personnel and eligible children below 25 years of age have ceased to be eligible to receive family pension and there is no disabled child to receive family pension.

Divorced daughter was dependent on defence personnel / pensioner or his / her spouse i.e. if decree of divorce had been issued by the competent court during life time of at least one of the parents or even the divorce proceedings had been filed in a competent court during the life time of the personnel / pensioner or his / her spouse but the divorce took place after their death.

She is not earning equal to or more than the sum of minimum family pension and dearness relief thereon.

As and when received, requests from divorced daughters for grant of family pension are replied in accordance with the existing policy.

This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri P. Nagarajanin Lok Sabha today.

Source : PIB

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Promotion of Defence Production

Promotion of Defence Production

Defence manufacturing is primarily driven by capital acquisition of defence equipment. Under ‘Make in India’ initiative of the Government, several measures have been taken to promote indigenous design, development and manufacture of defence equipment in the country by harnessing the capabilities of the public and private sector. These measures include according preference to procurement from Indian vendors under the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP), liberalization of the licensing regime and FDI policy by raising the cap on FDI in the defence sector, simplification of export procedure, streamlining of defence offset guidelines etc. Recently, the Government has notified the ‘Strategic Partnership (SP)’ Model which envisages establishment of long-term strategic partnerships with Indian entities through a transparent and competitive process, wherein they would tie up with global Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to seek technology transfers to set up domestic manufacturing infrastructure and supply chains.

In the last three financial years i.e., 2014-15 to 2016-17, the Government has accorded Acceptance of Necessity (AoN) for 105 proposals worth Rs.2,33,000 Crore approximately, in ‘Buy (Indian-Indigenously Designed & Developed Manufactured (IDDM)’, ‘Buy (Indian)’, ‘Buy and Make (Indian)’ and ‘Make’ categories of capital acquisition i.e. Request for Proposal (RFP) will be issued to Indian vendors only.

As on date, no in-house development project proposal approved by Ordnance Factory Board for development of small arms is pending for approval by Department of Defence Production.

This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri PR Senthil Nathan and Shri Bharathi Mohan RK in Lok Sabha today.

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FDI in Defence

FDI in Defence

As per current Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) policy in defence sector notified by Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), Ministry of Commerce & Industry vide Press Note No.5 (2016 Series), FDI upto 49% is allowed under automatic route and beyond 49% through Government route wherever it is likely to result in access to modern technology or for other reasons to be recorded.  Further, FDI in defence is subject to industrial licence under Industries (Development & Regulation) Act, 1951 and manufacturing of Small Arms and Ammunition under the Arms Act, 1959.

In so far as joint venture in the defence sector with more than 74 per cent FDI is concerned, no such proposal has been approved by the Government.

This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri AP Jithender Reddy in Lok Sabha today.

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7th Central Pay Commission – Territorial Army Allowance

7th Central Pay Commission – Territorial Army Allowance

No.20(1)/2017/D(GS-III)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence

South Block, New Delhi
Dated the 21st September, 2017

 

To,
The Chief of the Army Staff

Subject : Implementation of the recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission – Territorial Army Allowance.

Sir,
I am directed to say that consequent upon the acceptance of the recommendation of the Seventh Central Pay Commission and in supersession of the all existing orders issued on the subject from time to time, the President is pleased to decide that the Camp Allowance and TA Bounty applicable for Territorial Army shall be merged into a single allowances to be called Territorial Army Allowance and will be payable at the following rates:

Sl. No Category of Employees Amount (in Rs./annum)
1 Officers 2000
2 JCOs 1500
3 OR 1000

2. These rates shall automatically increase by 25%, each time the Dearness Allowance rises by 50%.

 

3. 100% of the amount of Territorial Army Allowance shall be granted for completing full training and 75% of the amount will be granted for completing more than 80% of the training.

 

3. These orders shall take effect from 01st July, 2017.

 

4. This letter issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Fin/AG/PD) vide their Dy No.410/AG/PD/2017 dated 11.09.2017

Yours faithfully,

(S. Gopal krishna)

Deputy Secretary to the Government of India

Authority: https://mod.gov.in/

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Revised rates of Non Practicing Allowance (NPA) to Armed Forces Medical Services

Revised rates of Non Practicing Allowance (NPA) to Armed Forces Medical Services

Revision of rates of Non Practicing Allowance (NPA) to the officers of Armed Forces Medical Services consequent on acceptance of recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission.

No.4(10)/2017/D(Med)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence

New Delhi dated the 28th September, 2017

The Chief of the Army Staff,
The Chief of the Naval Staff,
The Chief of the Air Staff,
New Delhi

Subject: Revision of rates of Non Practicing Allowance (NPA) to the officers of Armed Forces Medical Services consequent on acceptance of recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission.

Sir,
I am directed to refer to Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance’s Resolution No.11-1/2016-IC dated 6th July, 2017 and OM No 12-2/2016-EIII.A dated 7th July, 2017 and to convey the sanction of the President of India for the grant of Non Practicing Allowance (NPA) to the officers of Directorate General of Armed Forces Medical Services which shall now be paid at the rate of 20% of the basic pay in the revised pay structure in vogue based on the recommendations of 7th CPC, subject to the condition that the sum of the basic pay, Military Service Pay(MSP) and NPA does not exceed Rs.2,37,500 (Rupees two Lakh thirty seven thousand and five hundred only). The following conditions shall regulate the grant of NPA under these orders:

(i) The term ‘basic pay’ in the revised pay structure shall mean “basic pay” in Army/Navy/Air Force Officers Pay Rules/Regulations, 2017, i.e., “basic pay” in revised pay structure means the pay drawn in the prescribed Level in the Pay Matrix.

(ii) The NPA shall continue to be treated as pay for the purpose of computation of Dearness Allowances, pension and other allowances, except those allowance in respect of which the applicable orders provide otherwise, including calculation of retirement benefits. Dearness Allowance under these orders shall mean dearness allowance as sanctioned by the Central Government from time to time in the 7th Pay Commission – related pay structure.

(iii) As per provision in relevant Rules of Army/Navy/Air Force Officers Pay Rules/Regulation,2017, NPA shall not be calculated on MSP.

(iv) NPA shall continue to be restricted to those medical posts for which medical qualifications recognized under the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 or under the Dentist Act, 1948 have been prescribed as an essential qualification. The following conditions shall also be fulfilled as hitherto:

(a) The post is a clinical one.
(b) The Post is a whole time post.
(c) There is ample scope for private practice, and
(d) It is necessary to prohibit private practice in public interest.

2. The revised rates of NPA in terms of these orders shall take effect from 1st July,2017.

3. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Finance) vide UO No.3(01)/2017/AG/289-PA dated 19.09.2017.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(A.K.Tewari)
Under Secretary to the Government Of India

Authority: https://mod.gov.in/

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Ministry of Defence: Year End Review 2017

Ministry of Defence: Year End Review 2017

Enhancing safety and security of the country, providing humanitarian assistance and disaster relief during natural and man-made disasters, modernisation of the Armed Forces and supporting indigenisation and manufacturing of defence equipment through the ‘Make-in-India’ initiative have been the main features of the Ministry of Defence during 2017. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi dedicated the naval submarine INS Kalvari to the nation in December describing it as a prime example of ‘Make-in-India’.

Brahmos, the World’s fastest supersonic cruise missile created history in November 2017 when it was successfully flight-tested first time from the Indian Air Force’s frontline fighter aircraft Sukhoi-30MKI. The surface-to-air missile Akash was successfully launched. The first ever tri-services exercise INDIRA between India and Russia was conducted in October, 2017. The Ministry launched special campaign to celebrate Armed Forces Flag Day to honour the martyrs and the men in uniform.The week long campaign was a special initiative of the Raksha Mantri Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman to ensure full support to the welfare of the ex-servicemen and their families, a priority she enunciated immediately after taking over the charge of the Ministry.

Another flagship event of the year was the first ever Indian circumnavigation of the globe by all-women crew on Indian Navy sailing vessel INSV Tarini.The Tarini was flagged off on 10th September 2017 and is expected to return to Goa in April 2018. The expedition titled ‘Navika Sagar Parikarma’ is in consensus with the national policy to give women power to attain their full potential. The search and rescue operation ‘Op Sahayam‘ continues to bring succour to the fishing community and seafarers affected by the Ockhi cyclone.

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Qualification Incentive and Dress Allowance to Defence Personnel

Qualification Incentive and Dress Allowance to Defence Personnel

Qualification Allowance

7thCPC-qualification-allowance

Higher Qualification Incentive (HQI). HQI have been introduced and extended to JCOs/OR.

7thCPC-qualification-allowance

Dress Allowance

qualification-allowance-7thCPC

Auth : GoI, MoD letter No 1(16)/2017/D(Pay/Services) dated 18 Sep 2017. 

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Transport Related Allowances to Defence Personnel

Transport Related Allowances to Defence Personnel

Transport Allowance

travel-allowance-for-defence-personnel

Note : (a) Cities Auth Higher Tpt Allce (UA). Hyderabad, Patna, Delhi, Ahmadabad, Surat, Bengaluru, Kochi, Kozhikode, Indore, Greater Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune, Jaipur, Chennai, Coimbatore, Ghaziabad, Kanpur, Lucknow, Kolkata.

(b) The allowance shall not be admissible to those service personnel who have been provided with the facility of Government transport.

(c) Officers in Pay Level 14 and above, who are entitled to use official car, will have the option to avail official car facility or to draw the Tpt Allowance at the rate of Rs.15,750 + DA per month.

(d) The allowance will not be admissible for the calendar month(s) wholly covered by leave.

(e) Physically disabled service personnel will continue to be paid at double rate, subject to a minimum of Rs 2,250 + DA.

Conveyenance-travel-allowance

Auth : GoI, MoD letter No 12630/Tpt.A/Mov C/246/ D(Mov)/17 dated 15 Sep 2017.

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7th CPC Military Brochure – Level of Ranks : (MNS) Officers

7th CPC Military Brochure –  Level of Ranks : (MNS) OfficersLevel of Ranks : MNS Officers.

(a) Lt – Level 10

(b) Capt – Level 10A

(c) Major – Level 10B

(d) Lt Col – Level 11

(e) Col – Level 12

(f) Brig – Level 12B

(g) Maj Gen – Level 13B

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