7th Pay commission Allowances meeting postponed to 25th October 2016

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7th Pay commission Allowances meeting postponed to 25th October 2016

Shri. M.Krishnan,Secretary General, Confederation of central Government Employees and Workers, has informed in his blog that the Government has Postponed the Meeting of Allowance Committee meeting from 13-10-2016 to 25-10-2016. The message posted in official website of Confederation of Central Government Employees and workers is as follows

7th Pay commission Allowances

7th PAY COMMISSION ALLOWANCE COMMITTEE MEETING & JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL STANDING COMMITTEE MEETINGS POSTPONED TO 25th OCTOBER 2016

GOVERNMENT INFORMED THAT MEETINGS OF THE ALLOWANCE COMMITTEE AND JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL STANDING COMMITTEE SCHEDULED TO BE HELD ON 13TH OCTOBER 2016 STANDS POSTPONED TO 25th OCTOBER 2016

 

M.Krishnan
Secretary General
Confederation
Mob: 09447068125
Email: mkrishnan6854@gmail.com

Source: Confederation

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Uploading of RTI replies on the respective websites of Ministries/Departments

F.No. 1/1/2013-IR
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
***

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 7th October, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Uploading of RTI replies on the respective websites of Ministries / Departments

Attention is invited to para 1.4.1. of the enclosed guidelines referred to in this Deptt.’s O.M. No.1/6/2011-IR dated 15.04.2013, for implementation of suomotu disclosure under Section 4 of the RTI Act, 2005, which states as follows:-

All Public Authorities shall proactively disclose RTI applications and appeals received and their responses, on the websites maintained by Public Authorities with search facility based on key words. RTI applications and appeals received and their responses relating to the personal information of an individual may not be disclosed, as they do not serve any public interest.

2. Further vide O.M. No.1/1/2013-IR dated 21.10.2014 on the issue of uploading of RTI replies on the respective websites of Ministries / Departments, DoPT had requested that:

RTI applications and appeals received and their responses relating to the personal information of an individual may not be disclosed, if they do not serve any public interest.
3. Now, keeping in view the directions dated 20.11.2013 of Hon’ble High Court of Kolkata in Writ Petition No.33290/2013 in the case of Mr. Avishek Goenka Vs Union of India regarding personal details of RTI applicants, it is clarified that while proactively disclosing RTI applications and appeals received and responses thereto, on their website, the personal details of RTI applicant/appellant should not be disclosed as they do not serve any public interest. It is further clarified that the personal details would include name, designation, address, e-mail id and telephone no. including mobile no. of the applicant.

(Gayatri Mishra)
Director(IR)

To
All Public Authorities

Original Circular

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Pay Fixation on Promotion as per 7th CPC (RP) Rules – Confederation requests to exercise revised option as one-time measure

Pay Fixation on Promotion as per 7th CPC (RP) Rules – Confederation requests to exercise revised option as one-time measure“Exercising option for pay fixation in the revised 7th CPC Pay Structure, from the date of promotion or from the date of next increment from 01-01-2017 – C/o.Officials who are due for promotion/upgradation from Grade Pay 2800 to 4200 during the period from 01-01-2016 to 01-07-2017 – Request clarification and permission to exercise revised option as a one-time measure.”

PERMISSION TO OPT FOR PAY FIXATION ON A DATE AFTER THE DATE OF ISSUE OF CCS (RP) RULES 2016 NOTIFICATION 25-07-2016 IN CASE PROMOTION BECOMES DUE AFTER 25-07-2016 – CONFEDERATION WRITES TO FINANCE MINISTRY FOR CLARIFICATORY ORDERS

No.Confdn/7th CPC/Option/2016-17

10-10-2016

To

Shri.R.K.Chathurvedi,
Joint Secretary to Govt. of India,
Ministry of Finance,
Department of Expenditure
(Implementation Cell),
Room No.124, The Ashok, North Block,
New Delhi – 110 001.

Sir,

Sub: Exercising option for pay fixation in the revised 7th CPC Pay Structure, from the date of promotion or from the date of next increment from 01-01-2017 – C/o.Officials who are due for promotion/upgradation from Grade Pay 2800 to 4200 during the period from 01-01-2016 to 01-07-2017 – Request clarification and permission to exercise revised option as a one-time measure.

1. As per Rule 5 of CCS (RP) Rules, 2016 the following provisions are notified by Government on 25-07-2016:

Rule 5 – Government servant may elect to continue to draw pay in the existing pay structure untill the date on which he earns his next increment or any subsequent increment in the existing pay structure or until he vacates his post or ceases to draw pay in the existing pay structure.

Provided further that in cases where a Government servant has been placed in a higher grade pay or scale between 1st day of January 2016 and the date of notification of these rules (ie. 25-07-2016) on account of promotion or upgradation, the Government servant may elect to switch over to the revised pay structure from the date of such promotion or upgradation as the case may be.

2. As per the above two provisions, a Government servant may elect to continue to draw pay in the existing pay structure until he earns his next or any subsequent increment in the existing (pre-revised) pay structure which implies that in cases where there is no promotion/upgradation between 01-01-2016 to 30-06-2016 (or between 01-01-2016 to 30-06-2017 in the case of subsequent increment on 01-07-2017) option to opt from the date of next increment (01-07-2016) or subsequent increment (01-07-2017) is available, thereby forgoing the arrears from 01-01-2016 to 30-06-2016 (next increment) or upto the date of subsequent increment say, 01-07-2017.

3. Thus, in the case of promotion/upgradation of a Government Servant becoming due before the date of notification ie, 25-07-2016, he should elect to switch over to the revised pay structure from the date of such promotion/upgradation. He has no option to opt for the next increment (becoming due after the date of promotion/upgradation) for fixation of pay in the revised pay structure.

4. Subsequently a clarificatory order is issued by Department of Expenditure (Implementation Cell) on 29th September 2016, which clarified the position further. As per this clarification, in case an employee is promoted or upgraded to the higher pay structure (in the pre-revised pay structure) he may be permitted to exercise revised option to have his pay fixed under the Revised Pay Rules 2016 from the date of such promotion/upgradation or from the date of next increment as per FR-22(i)(a)(i).

5. Thus an official who got promotion/upgradation on 15-07-2016 (in the month of July 2016), can exercise option to fix his pay under Revised Pay Rules, 2016, either from the date of promotion or from the date of next increment ie; on 01-07-2017.

6. Even after issuing the above clarificatory orders, dated 29-09-2016, it is not clear, whether an employee who becomes eligible for promotion/financial upgradation on a date after the date of issue of notification, ie, 25-07-2016, but before the date of next increment ie. 01-07-2017, can exercise option now, for fixation of his Revised Pay as per CCS (RP) Rules, 2016, from the date of promotion or from the date of next increment, ie; 01-07-2017, by forgoing the arrears from 01-01-2016 to date of promotion or 30-06-2017, thus allowing him to draw his pay in the pre-revised pay structure of 6th CPC till the date of promotion or till the date of next increment on 01-07-2017. As per the existing orders, all those employees whose date of promotion/upgradation becomes due after 25-07-2016 should compulsoily opt for pay fixation from 01-01-2016 or 01-07-2016, whereas an employee whose promotion is due in July 2016 ie; before the date of notification (25-07-2016) can opt for next increment date on 01-07-2017 for fixation in the Revised Pay structure under FR-22(i)(a)(i). Since the benefeit is extended to a section of employees who were promoted between 01-01-2016 and 25-07-2016 and the same benefeit is denied to the rest of the employee who are promoted after 25-07-2016, this is a clear case of discrimination and denial of natural and equitable justice.

7. If the option as above is not allowed, thousands of employees who are due for promotion/financial upgradation from 2800 Grade Pay to 4200 Grade Pay (in the pre-revised pay structure) from a date after the date of notification ie. 25-07-2016, will suffer a recurring loss of Rs.2800 to 3000 per month, throughout their service.

The following illustrations will explain the above facts:

1st OPTION – 7th CPC – OPTION FROM 01-01-2016

 

6th CPC 7th CPC
Basic as on 01-01-2016 16490 16490×2.57 = 42379.  Next stage in the pay matrix level – 5 = 42800
Increment on 01-07-2016 42800×3%=1284, 42800+1284=44084.  Next stage in the Pay matrix = 44100.
MACP-II promotion from 2800 GP to 4200 GP on 05-12-2016 (one increment fixation) 44100×3%=1323, 44100+1323=45423.

Next stage in the pay matrix level-6   = 46200.

2ND OPTION (IF ALLOWED) – OPTION FROM DATE OF SUBSEQUENT INCREMENT ie; 01-07-2017
6th CPC  7th CPC fixation if option allowed from date of promotion or date of next increment on 01-07-2017
Basic as on 01-01-2016 16490
Increment on 01-07-2016 16990
MACP-II promotion from 2800

GP to 4200 GP on 05-12-2016

(One increment fixation +  Grade Pay difference)

16990×3% notional  increment – 510 Grade pay difference=4200-2800 = 1400 Total Basic = 16990+  510+1400=18900 18900×2.57-48573.  Next stage  in the pay matrix in level 6 =49000

(If option allowed from date of promotion).

Increment on 01-07-2017 18900×3% = 567

= 18900+567 = 19467

= 19470

19470×2.57 = 50038 Next stage in the pay matrix level 6 = 50500.  (If option allowed from date of next increment).

Thus if no option is permissible after 25-07-2016 to fix the pay in the revised scale on the date of promotion ie. 5-12-2016, then by compulsory option from 01-01-2016, the pay will be fixed at 46200 on promotion. If option is permissible after the date of notification to fix the pay in the revised scale on the date of promotion, the pay will be fixed at 49000. The difference is Rs.2,800/-. If option for fixation on next incremen on 01-07-2017 is granted, then the difference will increase further.

In view of the above, it is requested that the case may be reviewed judiciously and clarificatory orders may be issued, permitting the employees whose promotion date become due after the date of notification (25-07-2016) also, to exercise option for fixation of their revised pay from the date of promotion/upgradation or from the date of next increment ie. 01-07-2017, as a one time measure, thereby forgoing the entire arrears from 01-01-2016 to date of promotion or date of next increment on 01-07-2017. In other words, they may be permitted to draw their pay in the pre-revised 6th CPC pay structure till the date of promotion or till the date of next increment on 01-07-2017.

Awaiting favourable orders,

Yours faithfully,
M.Krishnan,
Secretary General, &
Standing Committee Member,
JCM National Council (Staff side).
Mob: 09447068125.
Email: mkrishnan6854@gmail.com

Copy to:
1) The Secretary,
Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure,
North Block, New Delhi – 110 001 – for favourable action please.

Source: Confederation

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Govt revises excise duty evasion limit to warrant arrest

Govt revises excise duty evasion limit to warrant arrest
New Delhi: The government has doubled the limit of excise duty evasion for arrest and prosecution of accused to Rs 2 crore and also asked officials not to resort to penal provision in cases of technical nature.“It has been decided to revise the monetary limit for arrest and prosecution in Central Excise to maintain uniformity of practice in central excise and service tax,” the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) said in an order.

Arrest and prosecution of a person henceforth can be resorted only if the offence relating to evasion of central excise duty or misuse of CENVAT credit is equal to or more than Rs 2 crore, CBEC said.

In October 2015, the monetary limit for excise related offences was set at Rs 1 crore.

“It is again reiterated that arrest and prosecution should not be resorted to in cases of technical nature i.E where the additional demand of duty/tax is based on a difference of opinion regarding interpretation of law,” the order said.

CBEC said “since an arrest impinges on the personal liberty of an individual, this power should be exercised with great responsibility and caution and only after a careful examination of the legal and factual aspects.”

Arrest in case of service tax violations was introduced with effect from May 10, 2013. Subsequent amendments via the Finance Acts have limited the possibility of arrest “only if a person collects any amount as service tax but fails to pay the amount so collected to the credit of the Central Government beyond the period of six months from the date on which such payment becomes due and the amount exceeds Rs 2 crore.”

CBEC said conditions precedent for carrying out an arrest included careful exercise of the power as arrest impinges on the personal liberty and such an action should be able to stand judicial scrutiny.

It said even if the conditions are fulfilled, it should not mean that an arrest must be made.

Once the legal ingredients of the offence are made out, the Commissioner must go ahead with the arrest only if it is determined that the alleged offender is likely to hamper the course of further investigation by his unrestricted movement and is likely to tamper with evidence or intimidate or influence witnesses.

“If the alleged offender is assisting in the investigation and has deposited at least half of the evaded tax, then the need to arrest may not arise,” it said.

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PNB makes home, auto loans attractive for government staff

PNB makes home, auto loans attractive for government staffNew Delhi: To cash in on the 7th Pay Commission payout to government employees, state-owned Punjab National Bank (PNB) is offering them home and auto loans at attractive rates of 9.3-9.8 per cent beginning this month.

Besides, the bank said it will offer loans to these segments without any processing or upfront fee and no documentation charges will be levied on them.

The rate of interest is with effect from October 1, 2016.

The Delhi-based state lender said the objective of the drive — christened as ‘PNB Pride’ — is to “ensure availability of housing and vehicle loan at attractive rates and ensure a house and a car for all government employees”.

For housing loans, the floating interest rate has been fixed at marginal cost of lending rate (MCLR) for one year at 9.3 per cent. For those availing the housing loan on a fixed rate basis, it will be a floating one of interest plus 0.50 per cent (i.e, 9.8 per cent).

For car loan, customers will be charged MCLR of one year plus 0.25 per cent (9.55 per cent) on a floating basis. As for fixed interest rate with a reset clause of 3 years, it will be MCLR of one year plus 0.25 per cent, or 9.55 per cent.

Permanent employees of central and state governments, defence personnel and paramilitary forces will be able to avail of the benefits of lower rates under the PNB Pride scheme.

All other terms and conditions of the existing housing and car loan scheme will be applicable to the borrowers, PNB said.

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Government notifies new disability pensions rule for armed forces

Government notifies new disability pensions rule for armed forces

New Delhi: The government has notified a new set of rules for disability pensions for the armed forces, a move that came in for criticism from the opposition parties and the security establishment.

The new rules replaces the decade-old system governed by the Sixth Central Pay Commission (6th CPC) instituted in 2006 under which disability pensions arising from battle injuries, or disabilities attributable to/aggravated by military service, were calculated on a percentage basis, related to the last pay drawn.

However, under the new scheme, disability pensions will be calculated according to a slab system that existed earlier.

What the military personnel are upset about is that civilians will continue to be paid pensions according to the earlier percentage system, which means that a civilian employee will have higher disability pension than his military counterpart.
This is very wrong. Our soldiers deserve better. I urge centre to increase disability pension n not decrease it, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted.

Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala also attacked the Modi government for what it termed as downgrading the armed forces.
On one hand, the government carries out a surgical strike and on the other it reduces the disability pension, thereby downgrading their morale. Why have you thrown into dustbin the recommendations of the three service chiefs, Surjewala said.

Sources said that until the September 30 notification, officers and soldiers who had suffered 100 per cent disability in battle were entitled disability pension that matched their last pay drawn.

In addition, they would draw a service component of pension, which amounted to 50 per cent of their last pay drawn.

Under the new rules, which come into effect retrospectively from January 1, 2016, the service component remains unchanged, but a slab system has been introduced for disability pension, which is lower than the percentage system  Rs 27,000 a month for officers, 17,000 for junior commissioned officers (JCOs), and Rs 12,000 for all other ranks (ORs).

Senior officers from the services also expressed their disappointment with the new pension rules.

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Timelines for settlement of Medical Claims in CGHS Procedure

Prescription of Timelines under CGHS for settlement of Medical claims of Pensioner CGHS beneficiaries : Maximum of 45 days to 90 days prescribed

CGHS circular for prescribing Timelines for settlement of Medical Claims

Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
Directorate General of CGHS
Office of the Director, CGHS

No: Z.15025/79/1/DIR/CGHS

545-A Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 5th October, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Prescription of Timelines under CGHS for settlement of Medical claims of Pensioner CGHS beneficiaries.

With reference to the above subject the undersigned is directed to state that it has now been decided to define ‘Time Lines’ for processing and settlement of medical claims of pensioner CGHS beneficiaries as per the details given under:

Medical Claims not requiring Special approvals

i. Issue of Serial No. for Medical Claim at CGHS WC : same day

ii. Submission of physical bill to Office of AD : within 7 days

iii. Processing of Claims by Dealing Asst. and submission to CMO(R&H) : within 10 days

iv. Processing of Medical claims by CMO(R&H) : within 7 days

v. Sanction of Addl. Director and return to CMO : within 3 days

vi. Preparation of Bill and submission to P&AO : within 7 days

(Total within 45 days)

Medical claims

requiring approval of higher authorities

Total time within 60 days in Delhi

Total time within 90 days in other cities

Medical claims

requiring opinion of specialists

Total time 60 days

Medical Claims requiring STC approval for full reimbursement

1st STC meeting may be conducted within 90 days

Chief Medical Officer in charge shall thoroughly check the papers initially for the completeness of the requisite documents before accepting the claim papers to ensure that the claim papers are not returned subsequently for want of some documents.

(D.C.Joshi)
Director, CGHS

Download CGHS Circular No: Z.15025/79/1/DIR/CGHS dated 05.10.2016

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Central so far not set up the High Level Committee on Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula revision : Karnataka COC

Central has so far not set up the High Level Committee on Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula revision and other main demands of CG employees : Karnataka COC

Prepare for Strike

Comrades,
The meetings of allowances and standing committee of National JCM scheduled on 13th October 2016, has been postponed to 25th October 2016. It was expected that the recommendations of allowance committee will be made in October 2016 , with the postponement of meetings now we can expect in November 2016 the allowances committee will submit its report .

Meanwhile the Finance Ministry has issued orders on advances. The 7th CPC has recommend for abolition of all advances, the staff side JCM demanded retention of all advances , the some of the advances such as medical, computer and travelling allowances are retained, but the important festival advance is been abolished.

The Government has so far not set up the high level committee on minimum wage, fitment formula revision and other main demands of CG employees as assured by Cabinet Ministers in July 2016. Since four months time which was sought by the Cabinet Ministers is going to end shortly.

The Central Government has shown urgency in issuing orders on advances, but the same urgency is not shown in case of issue of orders on allowances and revision of minimum wage, fitment formula which will benefit lakhs of Central Government employees.

To put more pressure on the Central Government to accept the main demands of the Central Government employees all are requested to observe the following programs.

1st PHASE : 20th OCTOBER 2016 : THURSDAY
Demonstration at all centres/all office gates and forwarding of resolutions adopted on charter of demands to Hon’ble Prime Minister of India (2) Hon’ble Home Minister (3) Hon’ble Finance Minister and all Departmental heads.

2nd PHASE : 7th NOVEMBER 2016 : MONDAY
Mass dharna at all state capitals/important centres.

3rd PHASE : 15th DECEMBER 2016 : THURSDAY
Massive Parliament March of not less than 20000 Central Government employees. Reserve your tickets immediately.

4th PHASE : STRIKE JOINTLY WITH ALL LIKE MINDED ORGANISATIONS
Date will be decided in consultation with other organisations.

Comradely yours

(P.S.Prasad)
General Secretary

Source: http://karnatakacoc.blogspot.in/

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Attention Central Government (Civil) Pensioners/Family Pensioners

Attention Central Government (Civil) Pensioners/Family Pensioners

Do You Know?

Basic pension is revised by the government from time to time, at least once every 10 years since 1986.

Minimum basic pension/family pension, excluding dearness relief was Rs.3500 till December 31 2015 and is Rs.9000 w.e.f. January 1,2016

20% to 100% additional pension is granted on attaining age of 80 years and above

Fixed medical allowance in non-CGHS area is Rs.500 from November 9.2014

Aged/ill pensioners can submit life certificates through gazetted officers/ Sarpanch/Magistrate/RBI or other bank officer etc.

Aadhaar based Life Certificates can be submitted online from home.

For pensioners holding joint account with spouse, only death certificate is sufficient for commencing family pension for spouse.

Succession certificate not required for starting family pension

Names of permanently disabled dependent children/siblings and dependent parents can be added in PPO.

Provide mobile number to banks to get SMS on payment of pension and important updates.

For further information please contact your bank branch or write to:

Director (PW), Department of Pension and Pensioner’s Welfare, 3rd floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market, New Delhi 110003

Grievance Cell, Central Pension Accounting Office, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, Trikoot ll, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi 110066

Visit Website: www.pensionersportal.qov.in, www.cpao.nic.in

Authority: www.davp.nic.in

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Brief of the meeting to discuss 7th CPC recommendation for revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners : NC JCM Staff Side

Brief of the meeting held under the Chairmanship of Secretary (Pension), Government of India, to discuss 7th CPC recommendation for revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners

 

National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery For Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi

No. NC/JCM/20 16

Dated: October 6, 2016

Dear Comrades!
Sub: Brief of the meeting held under the Chairmanship of Secretary (Pension), Government of India on 06.10.2016, to discuss 7th CPC recommendation for revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners

 

In the meeting, referred to above, the Official Side expressed doubt to have details of service particulars, i.e. date of promotion and subsequent increment etc., specially pre- 01.01.2006 retirees. As such, it may not be feasible to fix-up pension, taking into account of increment received in the post from which one has retired from service.

As per opinion of the Secretary (Pension), “if recommendation No.1 is accepted, Service Record of certain persons may not be located. This will lead to number of litigations. However, we have produced certain pension dockets wherein all these things are available (where calculation of Qualifying Service was undertaken) and such option should be left with individual pensioner as per ones advantage. The Official Side lastly suggested that, parity in pension, as was granted after the recommendation of V CPC, w.e.f. 01.01.1996, may be adopted for determining the method (notional) of all pre-01.01.2016 pensioners.

Next meeting in this regard will be held at 10:00 hrs. on 13th October, 2016. Further, the matter of National Pension System (NPS) will be referred to a separate committee. We have impressed upon the Secretary (Pension) that, four months time is running out. As such, decision on revision of pension of pre-01.01.2016 retirees and the matter of the NPS should be decided without any further loss of time. Meeting on Allowances, which was slated to be held on 13th October, 2016, has been postponed to 25th October, 2016.

Comradely yours,

(Rakhal Das Gupta)
Member
NC/JCM(Staff Side)

Source: NC JCM Staff Side

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Allowance Committee meeting postponed to 25.10.2016

Allowance Committee and JCM NC Standing Committee meetings postponed to 25.10.2016

ALLOWANCE COMMITTEE MEETING & JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL STANDING COMMITTEE MEETINGS POSTPONED TO 25th OCTOBER 2016

GOVERNMENT INFORMED THAT MEETINGS OF THE ALLOWANCE COMMITTEE AND JCM NATIONAL COUNCIL STANDING COMMITTEE SCHEDULED TO BE HELD ON 13TH OCTOBER 2016 STANDS POSTPONED TO 25th OCTOBER 2016

M.Krishnan
Secretary General
Confederation
Mob: 09447068125
Email: mkrishnan6854@gmail.com

Source: Confederation Blog

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CSD Chennai Depot Price list of Toyota Cars

Canteen Stores Department : CSD Chennai Depot Price list of Toyota Cars
NOMENCLATURE PRICE (Rs.)
TOYOTA INNOVA 2.5 G (E4) PACKAGE 7 SEATER SUFFIX QK Rs. 1,160,354
TOYOTA INNOVA 2.5 G (E4) PACKAGE X 8 SEATER SUFFIX QL Rs. 1,164,404
TOYOTA INNOVA 2.5 V (E4) PACKAGE 7 SEATER SUFFIX QM Rs. 1,336,955
TOYOTA INNOVA 2.5 V (E4) PACKAGE 8 SEATER SUFFIX QN Rs. 1,341,007
TOYOTA ETIOS G M Rs. 548,846
TOYOTA ETIOS LIVA G M Rs. 448,934
TOYOTA ETIOS LIVA V M Rs. 484,060
TOYOTA ETIOS LIVA VX M Rs. 538,366
TOYOTA ETIOS LIVA GD M Rs. 555,235
TOYOTA ETIOS LIVA VD M Rs. 576,919
TOYOTA ETIOS V M Rs. 588,818
TOYOTA ETIOS VX M Rs. 638,014
TOYOTA ETIOS GD M Rs. 642,442
TOYOTA ETIOS VD M Rs. 682,631
TOYOTA ETIOS VXD M Rs. 732,043
TOYOTA COROLLA ALTIS 1.8 G F PETROL YB Rs. 1,271,323
TOYOTA COROLLA ALTIS 1.8 G F PACKAGE L PETROL YC Rs. 1,411,973
TOYOTA COROLLA ALTIS 1.8G C PACKAGE CVT PETROL YV Rs. 1,382,815
TOYOTA COROLLA ALTIS 1.8 V F PACKAGE L PETROL YD Rs. 1,541,475
TOYOTA COROLLA ALTIS D 4D J F DIESEL YM Rs. 1,215,577
TOYOTA COROLLA ALTIS D 4D J F PACKAGE S DIESEL Y9 Rs. 1,264,461
TOYOTA COROLLA ALTIS D 4D G F DIESEL YN Rs. 1,384,529
TOYOTA COROLLA ALTIS D 4D G F PACKAGE L DIESEL YO Rs. 1,525,180
TOYOTA COROLLA ALTIS 1.8 J F PACKAGE S PETROL YA Rs. 1,140,962

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Revision of Pension of Pre-2016 Pensioners: Another meeting on 17.10.2016

Revision of Pension of Pre-2016 Pensioners : Another meeting on 17.10.2016

MESSAGE from GS/NFIR : Meeting of the Committee set up to examine feasibility of implementation of recommendations of 7th CPC for revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners.

NFIR
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI 110 055

No.IV/NC-JCM/COR

Dated: 07.10.2016

MESSAGE

Sub: Meeting of the Committee set up to examine feasibility of implementation of recommendations of 7th CPC for revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners-reg.
Responding to the invitation extended by the Secretary (Pension) Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pension, DoP&PW; thc JCM leaders participated in the discussions on the issue of implementation of Option l, recommended by the 7th CPC which is main recommendation for revising the Pension of Pensioners and to give them satisfaction.

During discussions, the JCM (Staff Side) insisted that the pay Commissions recommendations as already accepted by the Government should be implemented.

After discussion it was decided to have another meeting on 17th October 2016. The President NFIR, Shri Guman Singh participated in the meeting held on 06th October 2016.

sd/-
(Dr.M.Raghavaiah)
General Secretary

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E-Receipts as a proof of payment of fee may be treated as original for Children Education Allowance

E-Receipts as a proof of payment of fee may be treated as original for Children Education Allowance

E-Receipts produced by Railway employees as a proof of payment of fee, etc., may be treated as original and hence may be allowed for claiming reimbursement of Children Education Allowance : Railway Board Orders on 6.10.2016

Children Education Allowance : Clarification

Government of India
Ministry of Railways
(Railway Board)

No. E(W)2008/ED-2/4

New Delhi, dated 06.10.2016

The General Managers (P)
All Indian Railways &
Production Units.

Sub: Children Education Allowance : Clarification

Please refer to Railway Board’s letter of even number dated 01.10.2008 followed by subsequent letters regarding revised policy instructions / clarifications on Children Education Allowance admissible to Railway Servants, based on the recommendations of Sixth Central Pay Commission.

2. In terms of DOP&T’s recent OM No.A-27012/01/2015-Estt.(AL) dated 22.08.2016, it is clarified that E-Receipts produced by Railway employees as a proof of payment of fee, etc., may be treated as original and hence may be allowed for claiming reimbursement of Children Education Allowance. This is for guidance of all concerned.

Please acknowledge receipt.

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(Sunil Kumar)
Director Estt.(Welfare)
Railway Board

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Confusion Continues in Promotion Option after Finance Ministry order

Confusion Continues in Promotion Option after Finance Ministry order

Ministry of finance has issued an Office Memorandum regarding Revising Promotion Option under FR 22(1) (a).

Here there should not be any misunderstanding between Exercising Option for Pay Revision under CCS (RP) Rules 2016 and Exercising option for Pay Fixation for Promotion/MACP under FR 22(1)(a)

As per the provisions of FR 22 (l) (a) the Government servants have the option, to be exercised within one month from the date of promotion, to have the pay fixed under this rule from the date of such promotion or from the date of next increment.

Some of the employees. promoted between 01.01.2016 and 25.7.2016 had opted for their pay fixation on promotion/financial up-gradation under MACPS from the date of their next increment in the lower grade. Consequent upon notification of CCS CRP) Rules, 2016 i.e 25th July, 2016. the option submitted by such employees has now turned out to be disadvantageous.

In some Department the Employees Promoted between 01-01-2016 and 25-7-2016 are allowed to exercise their Option to revise their Pay from the Date of Next increment i.e 1st July 2016.

But As per the provisos to CCS (RP) Rules 2016, they should not have been allowed to give option to revise their Pay beyond their date of Promotion Since it has been stated in CCS (RP) Rules 2016 under Rule No.5.

Now the Ministry of Finance issued an OM which says
Under the changed circumstances after notification of CCS (RP) Rules. 2016. the employee may be allowed to exercise revised option for fixation of pay under FR 22(I)(a)(I). Such revised option shall be exercised within one month of issue of this OM Option so revised, shall be final

After this Clarification there is confusion among Government servants those who got Promotion between 01-01-2016 and 25-7-2016 regarding how their Pay will be fixed…?

The Doubts are ..

1. What is the status of Employees promoted between 01.01.2016 and 25.7.2016 and opted to Revise their pay on Date of Next Increment i.e 1.7.2016 ?

i. Would they be asked to revise their promotion option under FR 22(1)(a) ?

ii. The option Exercised under the provisos to rule 5 of CCS (RP) Rules 2016 also to be revised again…?

iii. If one opt to fix the pay on Date of Promotion under FR 22(1)(a) and Opt to revise the pay on date of Promotion under Revised Pay Rules 2016, how the Pay will be fixed…?

The Concerned Departments / Federations may take up this issue to appropriate level for necessary clarification to clear the doubts of central government Employees.

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Advances for Medical Treatment, TA on Tour or Transfer and LTC are retained: Finmin Orders

Advances for Medical Treatment, Travelling Allowance for family of deceased, Travelling Allowance on tour or transfer and Leave Travel Concession shall be retained

Grant of advances: Seventh Pay Commission recommendations: Amendment to Rules of Compendium of Rules on Advances to Government Servants.

No.12(1)/E.II(A)/2016
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

New Delhi, 7th October, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Grant of advances: Seventh Pay Commission recommendations: Amendment to Rules of Compendium of Rules on Advances to Government Servants.

The undersigned is directed to say that in pursuance of the decision taken by the Government on the Seventh Pay Commission’s recommendations relating to advances, all the interest free advances stand discontinued as per attached annexure, with the exception that the interest free Advances for Medical Treatment, Travelling Allowance for family of deceased, Travelling Allowance on tour or transfer and Leave Travel Concession shall be retained.

2. In addition, the advance for training in Hindi through Correspondence Course, which is not mentioned in the Compendium of Rules on Advances to Government Servants, also stands abolished in pursuance of the decision of Government on 7th CPC recommendations.

3. These orders will take effect from the date of issue of this O.M. The cases where the advances have already been sanctioned need not be reopened.

4. In so far as persons serving in Indian Audit and Accounts Department are concerned, these orders issue in consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

5. All Ministries/Departments are requested to bring the amendments to the notice of all its attached and subordinate offices for their information.

Hindi version of this O.M. is enclosed.

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(Pankaj Hazarika)
Director, E.II(A)

AMENDMENTS TO COMPENDIUM OF RULES ON ADVANCES TO GOVERNMENT SERVANTS, 2005

S.No. / Name of Advance / GoI Decision on 7th CPC recommendations
1. Bicycle Advance – Abolished
2. Warm Clothing Advance – Abolished
3. Advance of Pay on Transfer – Abolished
4. Festival Advance – Abolished
5. Natural Calamity Advance – Abolished
6. Advance of Leave Salary – Abolished
7. Advance for Law Suits – Abolished

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BONUS ORDER ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF POST

BONUS ORDER ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF POST: Productivity Linked Bonus for the Accounting year 2015-2016.

F, No.26-0112015-PAP
Government of lndia
Ministry of Communication & Information Technology
Department of Posts,
(Establishment Division)

Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi – 110 001
Dated: 05 October, 2016

To

1. All Chief Postmasters General
2. All Postmasters General
3. Deputy Director General (PAF), Department of Posts.
4. All General Managers (Finance)
5. Directors/Deputy Directors of Accounts (Postal)
6. Dlrector, RAKNPfuDirectors of All PTCs

Sub: Productivity Linked Bonus for the Accounting year 2015-2016.

The undersigned is directed to convey the sanction of the President of lndia to the payment of productivity Linked Bonus for the accounting year 2015-16 equivalent of emoluments of 60 (sixty) Days to the employees of Department of Posts in Group’D’/MTS, Group’C’and non-gazetted Group ‘B’. Ex-Gratia payment of bonus to Gramin Dak Sevaks who are regularly appointed after observing all appointment formalities, and Ad-hoc payment of bonus to Casual labourers who have been conferred Temporary Status are also to be paid equivalent to allowances / wages respectively for 60 (sixty) Days for the same period.

1.1 The calculation for the purpose of payment of bonus under each category will be done as indicated below.

2. REGULAR EMPLOYEES:

2.1 Bonus will be calculated on the basis of the following formula:

Average emoluments x Number of days of bonus
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30.4 (average no. of days in a month)

2.2 The term emoluments for regular Departmental employees includes Basic Pay in the Pay Band plus Grade Pay, Dearness Pay, Personal Pay, Special Pay (Allowances), S.B. Allowance, Deputation (Duty) Allowance, Dearness Allowance and Training Allowance given to Faculty Members in Training institutes. In case of drawal of salary exceeding Rs. 7000/- (of 6th CPC) (Rupees Seven Thousand Only) in any month during the accounting year 2015-16, the emoluments shall be restricted to Rs.7000/- (Rupees Seven Thousand Only) per month only.

2.3 Average Emoluments for a regular employee is arrived at by dividing by twelve, the total salary drawn during the year 2015-16 for the period from 1.4.2015 to 31.3.2016, by restricting each month’s salary to Rs.7000/- per month. However, for the periods of EOL and Dies-Non in a given month, proportionate deduction is required to be made from the ceiling limit of Rs.7000/-.

2.4 In case of those employees who were under suspension, or on whom dies-non was imposed, or both, during the accounting year, the clarificatory orders issued vide Paras 1 & 3 respectively of this office order No. 26-8/80-PAP (Pt-I) dated 11.6.81 and No, 26-4/87-PAP(PI.II) dated 8.2.88 will apply.

2.5 Those employees who have resigned/retired or left service or proceeded on deputation within the Department of Posts or those who have processed on deputation outside the Department of Posts after 1.4.2016 will also be entitled to bonus. In case of all such employees, the bonus admissible will be as per provisions of paras 2.1 to 2.3 above.

3 GRAMIN DAK SEVAKS (GDS)

3.1 In respect of GDS employees who were on duty throughout the year during 2015-16, Average Monthly Time Related Continuity Allowance will be calculated taking into account the Time Related Continuity Allowance (TRCA) plus corresponding Dearness Allowance drawn by them for the period from 1.4.2015 to 31.3.2016 divided by 12. However, where the Time Related Continuity Allowance exceeds Rs. 3500/- in any month during this period, the allowance will be restricted to RS.3500/- per month. Ex-gratia payment of bonus may be calculated by applying the bonus formula as mentioned below:

Average TRCA x Number of days of bonus
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30.4 (average no. of days in a month)

3.2 ,The allowances drawn by a substitute will not be counted towards bonus calculation for either the Substitutes or the incumbent GDSs. In respect of those GDS who were appointed in short term vacancies in Postmen/Group 0 Cadre, the clarificatory orders issued vide Directorate letter No. 26-6/89-PAP dated 6.2.1990 and No. 26-7/90-PAP dated 4.7.91 will apply.

3.3 If a GDS has been on duty for a part of the year by way of a fresh appointment, or for having been put off duty, or for having left service, he w,ill be paid proportionate ex-gratia bonus calculated by applying the procedure prescribed in Para 3.1 above.

3.4 Those Gramin Oak Sevaks who have resigned discharged or left service after 01.04.2016 will also be entitled to.,proportionate ex-gratia Bonus. In case of all such Gramin Oak Sevaks, the Exgratia Bonus admissible will be as per provisions of Para 3.1 above.

3.5 In case of those Gramin Oak Sevaks who were under put off, or on whom dies-non was imposed, or both, during the accounting year, the clarificatory orders issued vide Paras 1 & 3 respectively of this office order No. 26-08/80-PAP (Pt-I) dated 11.6.81 and No.26-04/87-PAP (P.II) dated 8-2-1988 will apply.

4. FULL TIME CASUAL LABOURERS (INCLUDING TEMPORARY STATUS CASUAL LABOURERS)

4.1 Full Time Casual Labourers (Including Temporary Status Casual Labourers) who have worked for 8 hours a day, for at least 240 days in a year for three consecutive years or more (206 days in each year for three years or more in case of offices observing 5 days a week) as on 31 .03.2016 will be paid ad-hoc bonus on notional monthly wages of Rs. 1200/- (Rupees Twelve hundred only). The maximum ad-hoc bonus will be calculated as below:

(Notional monthly wages of RS.1200) x (Number of days of bonus)
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30.4 (average no. of days in a month)

Accordingly, the rate of bonus per day will work out as indicated below:

Maximum ad-hoc bonus for the year
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365

The above rate of bonus per day may be applied to the number of days for which the services of such casual labourers had been utilized during the period from 1.4.2015 to 31 .3.2016. In cases where the actual wages in any month fall below Rs.1200/- during the period 1.4.2015 to 31 .3.2016, the actual monthly wages drawn should be taken into account to arrive at the actual ad-hoc bonus due in such cases.

5. The amount of bonus / ex-gratia payment / Ad-hoc bonus payable under this order will be rounded off to the nearest rupee. The payment of Productivity Linked Bonus as well as the ex-gratia payment and ad-hoc payment will be chargeable to the Head Salaries under the relevant Sub-Head of account to which pay and allowances of the staff are debited. The payment will be met from the sanctioned grant for the year 2016-17.

6. After payment, the total expenditure incurred and the number of employees paid may be ascertained from all the units by Circles and consolidated figures be intimated to the Budget Section of the Department of Posts. The Budget Section will furnish consolidated information to PAP Section about the total amount of bonus paid and the total number of employees (category-wise) to whom it was disbursed for the Department as a whole.
7. This issues with the concurrence of JS&FA vide Diary No. 190/FAl2016-CS dated 05.10.2016.
8. Receipt of this letter may be acknowledged.

( K.V.Vijayakumar)
Assistant Director General (Estt)

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7th Pay Commission : Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula : Karnataka coc Calls it Farce

7th Pay Commission : Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula : Karnataka coc Calls it Farce

Mr.P.S.Prasad, the General Secretary of the Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers Karnataka State has raised a valid question and has also explained clearly where the 7th pay commission went wrong. which the central government union leaders probably missed to advocate.

He has stated, the 7th pay commission while calculating the minimum wage of Central Government Employees has arrived at Rs 18,000/- the 7th CPC has erred in prescribing provision to cover education, recreation, ceremonies, festivals and medical expenses has been moderated to 15 percent against the provision of 25% .

Supreme Court’s ruling in the Raptakos Brett Vs Workmen case of 1991, the Hon’ble Supreme Court delivered a historic judgement and directed that children’s education, medical requirement, minimum recreation including festivals/ceremonies, provision for old age, marriage etc. should further constitute 25% of the minimum wage and be used as a guide in fixation of minimum wage.

If we go back in history, In 1991, the Hon’ble Supreme Court delivered a historic judgement and directed that children’s education, medical requirement, minimum recreation including festivals/ceremonies, provision for old age, marriage etc. should further constitute 25% of the minimum wage and be used as a guide in fixation of minimum wage.

The Hon’ble central Minister of Labour & Employment Shri Bandaru Dattatreyaji in his press statement on 24 September 2016 has stated in Understanding Minimum Wages and Bonus article as follows :

The norms recommended by the Indian Labour Conference, in 1957, fox fixing the minimum wages are :

(a) consumption units for one wage earner
(b) minimum food requirements of 2700 calories per average Indian adult;
(c) clothing requirements of 72 yards per annum per family;
(d) rent corresponding to the minimum area provided for under Government’s Industrial Housing Scheme; and
(e) fuel, lighting and other miscellaneous items of expenditure to constitute 20% of the total minimum wage.

If the above provisions alone had been adopted by the 7th pay commission, the minimum wage would have increased by more than 10% and worked out to Rs 20,000/-. The fitment formula will work out to 2.86. If the entire minimum wage is recalculated based on actual retail prices as on July 2015 without applying average of 12 months and correct methodology the minimum wage would be Rs 26,000/ and fitment formula would be around 3.5.

He further, reiterates, The minister’s statement should be applied by the Government in true spirits and the minimum wage and fitment formula should be enhanced accordingly.

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NFIR: Issue of Pensioners Identity Card to pensioners

NFIR: Issue of Pensioners Identity Card to pensioners

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
RAILWAY BOARD

New Delhi, dated 29.9.2016

No.E(W)2016/PS 5-8/1

The General Managers (P)
All Indian Railways

Sub: Issue of Pensioners Identity Card to pensioners.

Instructions have been issued vide Board’s letter no. E(W)2001/PS5-8/10 dated 31.01.2002 and 26.09.2AA2 rcgardtng issue of laminated Identity Cards to pensioners in the prescribed format on payment of Rs.10/- towards the cost.
Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare (DOP&PW) have since revised the format of Pensioners Identity Card and laid down the following specifications for the identity Cards:

(i) The Pensioners Identity Card should be in the prescribed format.
(ii) The Identity Card should be of the standard dize of 81/2cm x 5 1/2cm.
(iii) Identity card to pensioners retiring from the Railways may be printed as Plastic Identity Cards with the help of Duplex Thermal Colour Printer. In house/outside printing facility may be used as appropriate, depending on the requirement.
(iv) The pensioners identify card will be issued to the retiring employees free of charge.

3. Accordingly, it has been decided that henceforth the Pensioners Identity Cards should bd issued free of cost in compliance with above Specifications and in the revised format enclosed (Annexure I & II). Format at Annexure-I, in the case of railway servants retiring under Old Pension Scheme and format at Annexure-II, in the case of employees retiring under New Pension Scheme, will be applicable. Duplicate card shall, however be issued on payment of Rs. 25/- at the nearest Railway Station/Cash Office by the pensioners under Misc Receipt.

4. This issues with the concurrence of Finance Dte. of Ministry of Railways.

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cghs-annexure2

 

(Sunil Kumar)
Director Estt.(Welfare)
Railway Board

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Delegation of powers for settlement of reimbursement claims/Permissions ex-post-facto approval in respect of Pensioner CGHS beneficiaries, etc

Delegation of powers for settlement of reimbursement claims/Permissions ex-post-facto approval in respect of Pensioner CGHS beneficiaries, etc: CGHS OM No: Z.15025/79/2/DIR/CGHS dated 05.10.2016

Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110108

No: Z.15025/79/2/DIR/CGHS
Dated the 5th October, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Delegation of powers for settlement of reimbursement claims/Permissions ex-post-facto approval in respect of Pensioner CGHS beneficiaries, etc.
With reference to the above subject the undersigned is directed to state that that the matter has been reviewed by the Ministry in view of the difficulties faced by the CGHS pensioner beneficiaries Therefore, with a view to streamline and to simplify the procedures. it has now been decided to further delegate powers to the Addl. Directors of CGHS Cities / Zones in respect of CGHS pensioner beneficiaries. etc. as under:

i) Permission / ex-post facto approval in non-empanelled hospitals / Diagnostic Labs /Imaging Centre:

Requests for permission ex-post facto approval for elective treatment / investigations in non-empanelled hospitals / diagnostic centres in respect of Pensioners/ex-MF’s/freedom Fighters, etc. shall be considered by Addl. Director of concerned CGHS city / Zone subject to the reimbursement being restricted to CGHS package rates or actual expenditure, whichever is less

ii) Permission / ex-post facto approval in cases involving procedural lapse:

Requests for approval of elective treatment l investigations in empanelled hospitals / diagnostic centres without recommendation of Govt. Specialist or CMO and without prior permission in respect of Pensioners/ex-MPs/freedom Fighters, etc, shall be considered by Addl. Director of concerned CGHS city / Zone subject to the reimbursement being restricted to CGHS rates or actual expenditure whichever is less.

iii) Delegation of Powers for Settlement of Medical Reimbursement Claims (at approved rates) of Individual Pensioner Beneficiary. etc,

Revised Delegated Powers
a) Additional Director, CGHS of City/Zone Rs. 7,00,000/-
b) Director, CGHS Rs. 15,00,000/-
c) Addl. Secretary & DG, CGHS Rs. 25,00,000/-

iv) Delegation of Powers for settlement of Hospital Bills (at approved rates) for the Treatment given to Pensioner Beneficiaries, etc,

Revised Delegated Powers
a) Additional Director, CGHS of City/Zone Rs. 7,00,000/-
b) Director, CGHS Rs. 15,00,000/-
c) Addl. Secretary & DG, CGHS Rs. 25,00,000/-

v) Delegation of Powers for Permission / ex-post facto Approval / Settlement of Medical Reimbursement Claims of Individual Beneficiaries / Hospital Bills in respect of Unlisted procedures / Implants (no CGHS rates)

If there is no CGHS package rate for treatment I CGHS Ceiling rate for implant approval shall be granted as per AIIMS package rate (if only procedural charge. it shall not be considered as package rates)/ AIIMS rate for implant and if there is no CGHS/AIIMS rate approval shall be granted as per actual rate.

Revised Delegated Powers
a) Additional Director, CGHS of City/Zone Rs. 7,00,000/-
b) Director, CGHS Rs. 15,00,000/-
c) Addl. Secretary & DG, CGHS Rs. 25,00,000/-

2. The revised delegations mentioned above will be subject to the conditions that it will not include any case involving relaxation of rules, irrespective of the amount involved. Further, cases where the amounts exceed the monetary limits prescribed above will have to be referred to the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare for obtaining the concurrence of Integrated Finance Division in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

3. The above delegations are in supersession of all the earlier instructions in the matter in respect of the delegations now being conveyed.

This issues with the concurrence of Integrated Finance Division, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, vide Dy. No C- 3373 dt. 20.09.2016

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(Dr.D.C.Joshi)
Director, CGHS

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