Draft Transfer Policy for Railway’s Officers issued by Railway Board for comments/suggestions
Draft Transfer Policy for Railway’s Officers issued by Railway Board for comments/suggestions:-
Board has prepared a draft transfer policy which is enclosed herewith. All officers are requested to offer their comments/ suggestions, on the proforma attached, through email to trf email@example.com.
While sending their comments, Officers may indicate their Scale in the subject line eg. Senior Scale, JA Grade, SA Grade, etc.
Officers are requested to give their comments by April 21, 2014.
Jt. Secretary (G)
Name: Designation :
Pay Scale :
||Nature of Comments
||Whether in agreement with the transfer policy?
||In case of difference of opinion, please state the particular clause
||Kindly state your opinion on the disagreed clause
||Additional comments on the transfer policy
DRAFT TRANSFER POLICY
1. SALIENT FEATURES
i. The transfer policy has been formulated for officers of different levels.
ii. Group ‘A’ officers shall have all India transfer liability. (Authority: General Policy of Government of India)
iii. In the case of Railway Doctors, frequent transfers are not considered to be in the overall interest of the patients. However, they can be transferred on a case to case basis in order to ensure that they do not develop vested interests. (Authority: E(0)III / 2007/ PL/ 01 dated 19.04.2007)
iv. Group ‘B’ officers have localized seniority and hence they are not normally transferred from one Railway/Unit to another. However, they can be transferred on their own request on acceptance of bottom seniority.
v. Group A officers allotted to NF Railway are required to serve there for a minimum period of 8 years before they can be considered for transfer to other Railway/Unit of their choice. (Authority: E(0)III/2009/PL/01 dated 28.4.2009)
vi. Officers transferred to NF Railway and NF Railway (Con) from other Railways/Units are required to remain there for a minimum period of three years before they can be considered for transfer to other Railway/Unit of their choice. (Authority: E(0)III / 91 / PL/ 24 dated 21.2.2009)
||Officers posted as Head of centralized Training institute.
||Officers posted as Faculty of centralized Training institute.
||Officers posted in RDSO DD/JD/Dir/ED)
||Group ‘A’ officers posted in Railway Board
||Officers posted in sensitive posts
||Tenure in any one particular post
||The minimum tenure will not be applicable for Junior and Senior Scale posts.
||(a) Tenure of officers working at one 10 yrs popular station (if not allotted to the
||(b) Tenure of officers working at one popular station (if allotted to the Zone)
||(c) Popular stations – (i) Delhi (ii) Mumbai (iii) Kolkata (iv) Chennai (v) Secunderabad (vi) Bangaluru (vii) Jaipur (viii) Lucknow.
||(d) The maximum tenure will include outside deputation including
deputation in Railway PSUs.
||RDSO posts dealing with research not involving vendor development/approval.
||Any deviation from above tenure norms wherever justified will require approval of GM in cases where case is approved at the level of Zonal Railways and by CRB in cases which requires Board’s approval.
||Any extension in the tenure of the officer may be granted to cover the education session (maximum up to 30th June following the date of completion of tenure). The period of extension should not exceed one year in any case.
3. DEPUTATION AFTER POSTING IN RAILWAY BOARD
i. The posting in Board is not a deputation but is a tenure posting, the officers after completion of tenure in Board may be permitted to go for deputation in Railway/non-Railway PSUs or on Central deputation. (Authority: ERB-I/2013/2/70 dated 3.3.2014) This will be subject to provision in Para 2.
ii Deputation of Railway Officers will be governed by DoP&T’s guidelines as adopted by Ministry of Railways vide letter No.2010/F(E)II/ 1(1)/ 1 dated 28.07.2010.
iii A ‘cooling off’ period of three years will be necessary for posting of the officer between two postings in Railway Board. The officers after completion of tenure in Railway/non-Railway PSUs or under Central Staffing Scheme will be eligible for posting in Railway Board.
iv There can be a maximum of two postings of an officer in Railway Board from JAG to HAG of a total tenure not exceeding eight years. For example, if an officer has already worked for six years in JAG/SAG (five years regular + one year extended tenure) and is posted back to Board in the second tenure, he/she have only two years tenure in the second posting and no extension of tenure shall be considered. (Authority: Board’s decision dated 30/31 Dec 2013)
v Extension of tenure for 6th year (beyond normal tenure of five years in one post) shall need prior approval of Minister of Railways (MR). (Authority: Board’s decision dated 30/31 Dec 2013.)
4. DEPUTATION OF OFFICERS UNDER CENTRAL STAFFING SCHEME AND UNDER NON-CENTRAL STAFFING SCHEMES OUTSIDE THE RAILWAYS
4.1 An officer may be allowed to go on deputation outside the Railways including Railway PSUs for not more than two terms in his entire career. However, each term of deputation shall not exceed 6 years and the total tenure of both the deputation shall not under any circumstances exceed 10 years. (The deputation in Railway PSU would be included for counting 10 years (new policy)”
5. TRANSFER ON ADMINISTRATIVE GROUNDS
5.1 Notwithstanding anything contained in this policy, Government may, if necessary in administrative interest, transfer or post any officer to any station or post.
6. Procedure regarding posting/transfer/deputation will be governed by Railway Board’s circular No. ERB-I /2013/ 2/ 70 dated 03.03.2014 86 Officer Order No. 16 of 2014 (No. 2014/0&M/2/6 dated 03.03.2014)
6.1 Any deviation from the policy prescribed above would require the approval of the Minister of Railways.
7. POSTING OF HUSBAND & WIFE AT THE SAME STATION
7.1 Posting of husband 86 wife at same station shall be governed by DOPT’s OM No.28034/9/2009-Estt(A) dated 30.09.2009.
8. ROTATIONAL TRANSFER OF DOCTORS IN RAILWAY HOSPITALS
8.1 Policy regarding rotational transfer of doctors in Railway Hospital shall be governed by Railway Board’s letter No.E(0)III-2007/PL/02 dated 19.04.2007.
Transfer Policy of National Informatics Centre (NIC)
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 4077
ANSWERED ON 19.02.2014
TRANSFER POLICY IN NIC
4077 . ASWAMEDH DEVI
Will the Minister of COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY be pleased to state:-
(a) whether a transfer policy is in place in the National Informatics Centre (NIC);
(b) ifso, the details thereof;
(c) whether NIC has not been complying with the said transfer policy and the guidelines of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) during the last three years; and
(d) if so, the details thereof and the steps being taken by the Government for the compliance of transfer policy?
MINISTER OF STATE FOR COMMUNICATIONS AND [NFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (SHRI MILIND DEORA)
(a): Yes, Sir
(b): The Transfer Policy of National Informatics Centre (NIC) is given in the Annexure.
(c): The transfers on compassionate ground, own request, in public interest etc. are made as per Transfer Policy adopted in NIC.
The employees in the non S&T category posted in different sections which are sensitive in nature like purchase, stores, vigilance etc. are considered for rotational postings/transfers as per the guidelines of the Central Vigilance Commission,
(d): Does not arise
Transfer Policy of National Informatics Centre (NIC)
1.1 NIC is a Premier Information-Technology Organisation in India providing State of the Art Solutions for Information Management and Decision Support in Government. A number of Services are being provided by NIC to all the Government Ministries/Departments/States/Districts.
1.2 NIC is providing network backbone to support e-Governance in Central Government, State Governments, UT Administrations, Districts and other Government. bodies. It offers a wide range of ICT services, including Nationwide Communication Network.
1.3 NIC presently has a total strength of 3822 S&T personnel and 738 Non-S&T personnel, at different levels, posted at ministries/departments of Gol and States, State Assemblies, High Courts, as well as district headquarters across the country.
1.4 This necessitates transfer of personnel from one location to another from time to time.
2.0 The Transfer Committee
2.1 Director General, NIC constitute a Committee to examine the cases of Transfers in NIC. The present committee has been reconstituted vide OM No.l7(8)/2013-Pers. dated 27.11.2013. (.Copy enclosed)
2.2 The above-mentioned Transfers Committee comprise of NINE senior level officers. Seven members of these are equivalent to JS-level in Gol, of which Five members are either functioning or have functioned as State Informatics Officer (SIO) at the NIC State Units for long periods.
3.0 The Guidelines / Criteria
3.1 Transfers are normally carried out on ‘Compassionate ground’. However, sometimes there are urgent requirements/exigencies of posting manpower at NIC Centres. In such cases, transfers are earned out in ‘Public interest’, in consultation and on recommendation of concerned Controlling Officers.
3.2 Requests for transfers on ‘Compassionate ground’ are invited from interested employees through a web-based closed-group online system (INTRANIC) of NIC, with the recommendations of their respective Heads of Division / Heads of Group / State Informatics Officer.
3.3 Individuals are allowed to submit maximum Three choices of Places for transfer in the order of
preference. Efforts are made to consider the request as far as possible, subject to the availability of vacancies, posting of substitute and other requirements.
3.4 The number of S&T personnel, transferred in a particular year in a State, are normally limited to 5% of the employees in that State, including districts.
3.5 The criteria followed by the Committee, in the order of priority, are as follows:
(a) HL: Applications from the officials working in Hard Locations viz. North East, Islands of Andaman & Nicobar, Jammu & Kashmir etc., who have served in the present place of posting for more than three years. Officials working in notified difficult districts in a State for more than 3 years would be given preference for transfer within the state.
(b) EC: Extreme Compassionate grounds.
(c) SL: Applications from officials with the request for Spouse 3oining (whose spouses are working in Central / State Government / Public Sector) and who have served in the present place of posting for more than three years.
(d) PI: Applications from officials who were transferred to present place of posting in ‘Public Interest’, and have completed more than 5 years. If the public interest transfer was a part of any complaint or inquiry, then his / her case would not be considered in this category.
(e) OT: Applications from officials who are not in the above four categories and have served for more than three years at the present place of posting.
3.6 In addition to the above. Guidelines followed in case of Non-S&T personnel, are as follows:
(a) When an Assistant level person is promoted to Section Officer level, he/she is mandatorily transferred out from his/her present place of posting in ‘Public Interest”.
(b) The vacancy of a Section Officer is filled by transferring from among the existing Section Officers seniority-wise, after seeking their willingness.
Annexure Source: http://220.127.116.11/Annexture/lsq15/15/au4077.htm
Merger of DA with Pay: Lok Sabha Q&A
Question: whether there is any proposal to merge 50 per cent DA into basic pay of Central Government Employees and Pensioners; if so, the details thereof;
Govt Reply in Lok Sabha:-
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 2831
ANSWERED ON 07.02.2014
MERGER OF DA WITH PAY
|UNSTARRED QUESTION 2831
Shri RANJAN PRASAD YADAV/ AVTAR SINGH BHADANA
Will the Minister of FINANCE be pleased to state:-
MINISTER OF THE STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE(SHRI NAMO NARAIN MEENA)
|(a) the percentage of Dearness Allowance (DA) with respect to basic pay of the Central Government Employees as on date;
||(a) With effect from 1st July, 2013, the rate of Dearness Allowance (DA) payable on the revised pay of Central Government employees is 90%.
|(b) whether there is any proposal to merge 50 per cent DA into basic pay of Central Government Employees and Pensioners;
(b) No Sir.
|(c) if so, the details thereof; and
||(c) In view of (b) above, the Question does not arise.
|(d) if not, the reasons therefor?
||(d) The Sixth Central Pay Commission did not recommend merger of DA with basic pay at any stage. This has been accepted by the Government vide Resolution dated 29th August, 2008.
Railway Revenue Earnings during Fiscal 2013-2014
Ministry of Railways
The total approximate earnings of Indian Railways on originating basis during the financial year 2013-14 were Rs. 140485.02 crore compared to Rs. 121831.65 crore during the same period last year.
The total goods earnings crore during fiscal 2013-14 were Rs. 94925.02 core compare to Rs. 82852.54 crore during the same period last year.
The total passenger revenue earnings during the financial year 2013-14 were Rs. 37478.03 crore compared to Rs. 31896.22 crore during the same period last year.
The approximate revenue earnings from other coaching amounted to Rs. 3818.04 crore during fiscal 2013-14 compared to Rs. 3137.92 crore during the same period last year.
The total approximate numbers of passengers booked during the financial year 2013-14 were 8535.00 million compared to 8602.12 million during the same period last year. In the suburban and non-suburban sectors, the numbers of passengers booked during fiscal 2013-14 were 4549.85 million and 3985.15 million compared to 4473.38 million and 4128.74 million during the same period last year.
Retirement age of 65: The Politicization of Employees’ Demands
65 as Retirement Age: Employees Demand Becomes Electoral Manifesto Issue
Once again, raising the retirement age has started making headlines. But this time, they are not rumours or false stories. There is some truth in it. A recognized political party has promised to increase the retirement age of state government employees from 60 to 65.
In the election manifesto released yesterday, the party has promised to raise the retirement age of the state employees to 65.
Not 62, but 65..!
Retirement age for state government employees differ from state to state. Since the state governments do not follow the Central Government’s retirement age at 60, the demand has now started to show up in election manifestos of different states.
State governments have the power to decide the retirement ages of its employees. The recent Budget happenings of the Kerala State Government in this issue are well known.
Last year, there were a number of developments in this issue for the employees of Uttar Pradesh State Government. Since employees getting job at the age of 40 and retiring at 60 will not be able to complete qualifying service hence, will be devoid of benefits such as gratuity. Therefore, a demand was put forth to increase the retirement age..!
While replying to this question, Minister Mohd Azam Khan said that the State Government had no plans to raise the retirement age. He also accepted that the maximum age for recruitment for State Government employment has been changed to 40. He said that there were currently no plans of increasing retirement age because it would adversely affect the employment opportunities of others.
Amidst these situation, it is worth noting that the Samajwadi party, in its election manifesto, has announced that it would increase the retirement age to 65.
LTC (SOME IMPORTANT FAQ)
APRIL AND MAY MOST OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES BEST TIME TO AVAIL LTC. SOME IMPORTANT FAQ GIVEN BELOW TO KNOW ABOUT LTC.
1.WHAT IS HOME TOWN LTC?
Hometown is the place declared by the employee as his home town
2. What is the frequency of Home Town LTC?
LTC to home Town is available for once in two years. i.e once in a block of two calendar years, The current block runs from 2010-2013 and so on.
3. What is ALL India LTC?
The leave travel concession to any place in India shall be admissible irrespective of the distance of the place of visit from the headquarters of the Government servant, once in a block of four calendar years
4. How many times a government servant can avail LTC in a block of four years?
LTC is allowed for journey to “Home Town” once in a block of two years and“Any place in India” once in a block of four years in lieu of any one of two Home town LTC. In other words, in a block of 4 years a government at the maximumcan either avail one home town LTC and one All India LTC or two home town LTC.
5. What is the LTC provisions available to New recruits?
Leave travel concessions shall be admissible on completion of one year’s continuous service Fresh recruits to central government may be allowed to avail 3 home town LTC and one All India LTC in lieu of one home town LTC. This concession is entitled to them for first two block years of four years.
6. What is the provisions for encashing the Earned Leave while proceeding on LTC?
Government officers are allowed to encash ten days of earned leave at the time of availing of LTC and to the extent of sixty days during the entire career. The leave encashed at the time of LTC will not be deducted from the maximum amount of earned leave encashable at the time of retirement. It is further clarified that where both husband and wife are Government servants, the present entitlement for availing LTC shall remain unchanged, and encashment of leave equal to 10 days at the time of availing of LTC will continue to be available to both, subject to a maximum of sixty days each during the career.
7. Can I change my Home Town?
The hometown once declared and accepted by the controlling officer shall be treated as final. In exceptional circumstances, the Head of the Department or if the Government servant himself is the Head of the Department, the Administrative Ministry, may authorise a change in such declaration provided that such a change shall not be made more than once during the service of a Government servant.
8. Can I carry over if I could not avail LTC during a particular block year?
A Government servant who is unable to avail of the leave travel concession within a particular block of two years or four years may avail of the same within the first year of the next block of two years or four years.
9. Can I get advance amount before proceeding to LTC?
Yes. Provisional LTC claim to the extent of 90% of estimated fare can bereceived as LTC advance.
10. Whether LTC is available when we travel by a private taxi?
where a Govt. servant traveling by road takes a seat or seats in a bus, van or other vehicle operated by Tourism Development Corporations in the Public Sector,State Transport Corporations and Transport services run by other Government or
local bodies, reimbursement shall be either the actual hire charges or entitled class by rail by the shortest direct route, whichever is less. Reimbursement shall not be admissible for journey by a private car (owned, borrowed or hired),or a bus, van or other vehicle owned by private operators.
11. What is the present position for travel by Air when LTC is availed?
As per OM No.7(1)E.Coord/2009 dated 22nd March, 2010 austerity measures will remain in place for travel by air (where admissible) on LTC, which would continue to be restricted to economy class irrespective of the entitlement. Also travel by private airlines has also been restricted as far as LTC is concerned.However, travel by air using private airlines while performing tour to North Eastern Regions on LTC has been permitted.
12. Whether the relaxation for travel by air to visit to NER has been extended?
No. According to the Office memorandum No.F.No.31011/4/2007-Estt.(A) Dated 30th April 2012 the relaxation for travel by Air to visit NER ends on 30th April 2014. The commencement of outward journey for availing the LTC to visit NER should be on or before 30-04-2014 and 17-6-2014
13. Whether Group C and D employees can travel by Air to NER from their place of posting while proceeding on LTC?
No. As per the OM No: 31011/4/2007-Estt (A) dated 2.5.2008, Group A and Group B employees will be entitled to travel by Air from their place of posting in the case of tour to NER availing LTC. Other categories of employees will beentitled to travel by air to a city in the NER from Guwahati or Kolkota.
14. Can I convert my home town LTC into LTC for destinations in NER, if had performed all India LTC already during the block year of 4 years?
Yes. As per the OM No: 31011/4/2007-Estt (A) dated 2.5.2008, all central government employees will be allowed conversion of one block of Home Town LTC into LTC for destination in NER. This relaxation is irrespective of the
availment of all India LTC previously by the employee in the same block year of 4 years. For example, if an employee availed All India LTC in lieu of home town LTC in the first block consisting of two years, he is eligible to avail LTC to NER in lieu of Home town LTC available in the second block consisting of two years
15. Whether I can avail LTC for my parents who are not entitled for any sort of Leave travel concession by virtue of their employment?
No. If parents are not wholly dependent on the government servant, they are not entitled for any LTC.
16. What is LTC 80?
LTC 80 is a scheme offered by Air India for booking air tickets when central government officers avail LTC. Prior to July 2009, tariff under LTC 80 was very significant as officers were allowed to travel in private airlines while claiming LTC. In such cases rates under LTC 80 were reimbursed to officers irrespective the amount spent by them for travelling in private airlines.
However, after July 2009, travel by private airlines while proceeding on LTC is not allowed and further officers are allowed to claim only the economy class airfare or LTC 80 rates.
17.what are all the conditions for declaring home town?
In normal parlance home town is a place where the government servant is born. However it may not be applicable to many as we would have shifted to other places from the place of our birth due to various reasons. The following guidelines provided by govt which are not exhaustive could be useful for deciding the home town. But it’s clearly stipulated that the decision of the Controlling Officer whether or not to accept such place as the hometown of the Government servant shall be final.
The place declared by Government servant is the one which requires his physical presence at intervals for discharging various domestic and social obligations,and if so, whether after his entry into service, the Government servant had been visiting that place frequently.
The Government servant owns residential property in that place or whether he is a member of a joint family having such property there.
His near relations are resident in that place.
Prior to his entry into Government service, the Government servant had been living there for some years.
Where the Government servant or the family of which he is a member owns a residential or landed property in more than one place, it is left to the Government servant to make a choice giving reasons for the same.
18. Whether both the husband and wife are eligible to LTC separately if they are government servants?
When husband and wife both are Govt. servants, they could, at their option, choose to declare separate hometown and both of them may claim the concession separately under the normal provisions of CCS (LTC) Rules in respect of the
members of their respective families subject to the condition that if husband or wife avails the facility as a member of the family of the other, he or she will not be entitled for claiming the concession for self independently. Similarly, the children shall be eligible for the benefit in one particular block as members of the family of one of the parents only.
19. What are all conditions for claiming LTC when the home town of a government servant is outside India?
A Government servant who declares, subject to the satisfaction of the Controlling Officer, that his hometown is outside India, will also be entitled to the leave travel concession for visiting his hometown. LTC in such a case will be limited to the fares for journey up to and from the railway station (by the shortest route) nearest to the hometown or the railway station for the nearest port of embarkation/disembarkation in India.
20. Whether the family can perform journey separately?
Where a Government servant and his family perform journeys separately, there is no objection to his presenting separate claims. In each case, however, the claim should be for both outward and inward journeys.
EXPECTED PAY STRUCTURE OF 7TH CPC
EXPECTED 7TH CPC PAY SCALE :-
7th CPC Pay Scale is fast becoming the most mesmerizing phrase among Central Government employees these days.
Every Central Govt Employee is waiting to find out the changes in their pay scale that the 7th CPC would recommend to the pay structure. Sensing this eagerness, Bloggers have been regularly coming up with their own versions of what the pay structure could be. Do not take those writings seriously sand authentically.
Based on all the changes right from the 1st CPC, until the 6th CPC, we have predicted a pay structure. Even though we weren’t keen on it, we have been receiving requests by email and comments. At a point, it became unavoidable. We just had to give our own interpretation too.
Since the basic pay of an ordinary employee has evolved from 260-950-3050-7730, the next change is expected to increase the salary by 2.5 times. Our Projected Pay Scale is expecting an increase of no more than 3 times.
It could be 260-950-3050-7730-22500..!
More than the hike, everybody is hoping that the Grade Pay would be in proper series.
And, everybody wants and hopes for a recommendation that prescribes a uniform Multiplication Factor (6th CPC 1.86) to all categories of employees.
6th CPC PAY STRUCTURE
EXPECTED PAY STRUCTURE OF 7TH CPC
||Pay in the Pay Band
||Pay in the Pay Band
Holiday to be observed in Govt. offices on 14.4.2014 – KVS Orders
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan
18, Institutional Area, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg,
Date : 09.04.2014
Holiday to be observed in Govt. offices on 14.4.2014.
In continuation of this office letter of even no. dated 13.1.14 the gazetted holiday on 14.4.2014 on account of birth day of Dr.BR.Ambedkar has been declared vide DOPT letter no. F.12/4/2014-JCA-2 dated 12.3.2014.
1. The above holiday is also being notified in exercise of the powers conferred by Section 25 of the Negotiable Instruments Act of 1881 (26 of 1881).
2 This is for your Information and necessary action please.
Confederation News : National Secretariat Meeting with Agenda Points
Confederation Secretary General informed the meeting of National Secretariat will be held on 31st May 2014.
CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVT. EMPLOYEES & WORKERS
1st Floor, North Avenue PO Building, New Delhi – 110001
Dated : 09.04.2014
A meeting of the National Secretariat of the Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers will be held at New Delhi on 31st May 2014 (Saturday) at ITEF Central Head Quarters (Rajouri Garden), New Delhi. The meeting will commence from 11.00 AM and continue till close. The following shall be the agenda of the meeting. All National Secretariat members are requested to attend the meeting in time.
1. 15 Point Charter of Demands – Agitational programme and campaign – Future course of action.
2. 7th CPC and Terms of Reference – our stand thereof.
3. Preparation of Memorandum to be submitted to 7th CPC on common demands of Central Government Employees.
4. Organisational Review.
5. Financial Review
6. Any other item with permission of the chair.
Declaration of Holiday for all banks in India on 14th April 2014
Indian Banks’ Association
HR & INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
April 9, 2014
All Members of the Association
Holiday on Monday, 14th April 2014 throughout India on account of Birthday of Dr. B R Ambedkar under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.
The Ministry of Personnel Public Grievances & Pensions (Department of Personnel & Training), Government of India vide O.M. F.No.12/4/2014-JCA-2 (copy enclosed) has declared Monday, 14th April 2014 as a holiday under the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 on account of the birthday of Dr. B R Ambedkar.
Banks may kindly take note of the same.
Encl. Declaration of Holiday on 14th April, 2014 – Birthday of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar – DoPT Order
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