Pre-retirement Counselling Workshop on 26th February, 2015

Pre-retirement Counselling Workshop on 26th February, 2015

Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions

Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare
3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhavan, Khan Market,
New Delhi-110003

PRE — RETIREMENT COUNSELLING WORKSHOP

Important message for employees retiring within the next six months

The Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare is organizing a Pre-retirement counselling workshop on 26th February, 2015 from 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM in the Conference Room-II, India International Centre, 40, Max Muller Marg, New Delhi-110003. The employees of Government of India retiring within the next six months are hereby informed that they may attend the workshop. Confirmation with Name, Ministry & Phone No. may be sent at the email address mkumar.mol@nic.in. The persons desirous of attending the workshop are also requested to bring their PAN and Aadhar No.

US (Sankalp)
Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare
Phone No.24641627

Source: http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D3/D03ppw/PRC_260215.pdf

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Meeting on Amendment in EPF & MP Act, 1952

Meeting on Amendment in EPF & MP Act, 1952

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment

12-February-2015

Shri Bandaru Dattatreya Chairs Tripartite Meeting on Amendment in EPF & MP Act, 1952
The Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Labour & Employment, Shri Bandaru Dattatreya has chaired the tripartite meeting on the proposed amendments to Employees’ Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act’ 1952 in New Delhi yesterday.
The main proposal for amendments in the Employees’ Provident Fund & Miscellaneous Provisions Act’ 1952 are to bring the threshold of coverage from 20 employees to 10 employees. This will ensure a wider coverage and extension of social security benefits to hitherto uncovered areas. The ‘Schedule of Industries’ provided in the Act has already grown to more than 182 industries. The Government proposes to do away with the ‘Schedule of Industries’ and come up with a ‘Negative List’. It is also proposed to reduce the size of the CBT to make it an active decision making body. In order to remove the discretion, a limit of 5 years has been proposed in regard to assessment of dues against the establishment. However, to reduce the problems arising out of ex-parte assessments etc., a new appellate provision by appointment of Appellate Officer has also been proposed. To avoid protracted litigation, provisions for compounding of offences in deserving cases has been introduced. Uniformity in regard definitions of ‘Wages’ is proposed to be introduced in line with the ESI Act. The Government of India is also contemplating promulgation of a comprehensive Labour Code on Social Security to bring together all legislations relating to social security.

The representatives of prominent trade unions like CITU, AITUC, INTUC, BMC, AICCTU, HMS and TUCC attended the meeting. Representatives of important employers’ associations like FICCI, CII, CIE, PHDCCI, ASSOCHAM etc. attended the consultations. Officers from Ministry of Labour & Employment and other Ministries of Central Government and NITI Aayog were also present.

The Unions and Associations welcomed the Government’s proposal to widen the coverage of EPF & simplification of procedures required for compliance. There was some disagreement regarding reduction in the size of CBT both from Employers’ and Employees’ side.

The Minister responding to suggestions from participants, stated that number of members of CBT will not be reduced and there will be no restriction on the number of terms of members of Central Board of Trustees. He also stressed the need to reduce the threshold limit for application of the EPF & MP Act’ 1952 to 10 employees from the existing 20 employees. He also announced that cards will be provided to unorganized sector workers, one house will be provided to every family of the contributory member. He also promised that Bill for Social Security for Unorganised Sector workers will be brought in. Concluding the discussion, he stated that all the suggestions received during the consultation will be considered while finalizing the Bill.

Source : PIB

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Constitution of Search-cum-selection Committee for selection for appointment to a Board level post in Central Public Sector Enterprises(CPSEs)

Constitution of Search-cum-selection Committee for selection for appointment to a Board level post in Central Public Sector Enterprises(CPSEs)

 

G.I., Dep. of Per. & Trg., O.M.No. 27(8)EO/2014(ACC), dated 12.02.2015

 

Subject: Constitution of Search-cum-selection Committee for selection for appointment to a Board level post in Central Public Sector Enterprises(CPSEs).

 

Attention of all Ministries/Departments is invited to the Government of India Resolution dated 03.03.1987 as amended from time to time which provides that in special circumstances, the appointment to a particular post or posts in Public Sector Enterprises may be made other than through the PESB with the prior and specific approval of the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet(ACC). The said Resolution also stipulates that the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet, while granting such an approval, will also specify the body such as Search Committee, Selection Committee, or the Civil Services Board, as the case may be, that shall make the selection for that particular post or posts as well as the selection procedure to be followed for filling the particular post or posts.

 

2. The issue of constitution of Search-cum-Selection Committees for appointment to Board level posts in a Central Public Sector Enterprise(CPSE) has been considered and it has been decided with approval of the ACC that in cases where Search-cum-Selection Committee method is approved for selection, the following guidelines for composition of Search-cum-Selection Committee for Board level posts in CPSEs would henceforth be followed by all Ministries/Departments:

 

(i) The Search-cum-Selection Committee shall be chaired by the Chairman, PESB. The Committee should normally consist of not more than 05 members including the Chairman and at least one outside expert of eminence. The Secretary of the concerned administrative Ministry/Department would invariably be a Member of such Search-cum-Selection Committee, if the selection is for the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director (CMD).
However, if the selection is for a Board level post other than that of CMD, in place of the concerned Secretary, an officer not below the rank of Additional Secretary of the administrative Ministry/Department may be included in the Committee.

 

(ii) In case of selection of Functional Directors, the concerned regular Chairman/CMD of the concerned PSU should invariably be included in the Search-cum-Selection Committee. However in the case of subsidiaries, the regular Chairman/CMD of the holding company shall be included in the Committee for selection of both Functional Directors and CMD of the subsidiary.

 

(iii) The composition of the Search-cum-Selection Committee shall be proposed by the concerned administrative Ministry/Department within 10 days of receipt of approval of the Competent Authority for filling up the post through the Search-cum-Selection Committee method. The proposal shall be examined and processed by the Office of the Establishment Officer and the constitution of the SCSC will-be approved by the Cabinet Secretary.

 

(iv) The job description of the post including the eligibility conditions shall be finalized by the administrative Ministry/Department in consultation with the PESB for Scheduled CPSEs. In case of uncategorised CPSEs, the job description, including the eligibility conditions etc., will be finalized by the Search-cum-Selection Committee itself.

 

(v) The vacancy shall be advertised by the concerned administrative Ministry/Department and be given wide publicity through open advertisement/circulation among various Ministries/ Departments/State Governments/Autonomous bodies/Research Institutes etc., and will also be uploaded on the website of the administrative Ministry/Department. On receipt of the applications, further processing including scrutiny of applications, for putting up before the SCSC would also be done by the concerned administrative Ministry/Department.

 

(vi) A period of not less than 4 weeks may be allowed for receipt of applications after issue of advertisement by the concerned administrative Ministry/Department, on the same lines as the provision in this regard contained in DoPT’s O.M. No. AB-14077/11/2004-Estt.(RR) dated 30.07.2007.

 

(vii) The Search-cum-Selection Committee will furnish only one name to the administrative Ministry/Department. A reserve name in a sealed envelope shall be kept in the personal custody of the Chairman, PESB and will be opened only on orders of the ACC.

 

(viii) The panel recommended by the Committee shall be valid for one year. If no selection is made from the panel within a period of one year, a fresh Committee shall be constituted to prepare a fresh panel. Such a Committee may also consider the names of persons recommended in the earlier panel.

 

(ix) On receipt of the recommendation of the Search-cum-Selection Committee, the timeline and the instructions regarding vigilance clearance prescribed in this Secretariat’s O.M. No. 27(4)/2014(ACC) dated  22.10.2014 would be followed for further processing of the proposals for consideration of the ACC.

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Meetings held by 7th CPC as on 10.02.2015

Meetings held by 7th CPC (as on 10.02.2015)

Date Meeting with
05.02.2015 At Port Blair: Central Government Employees Welfare Coordination Committee; Federation of Pharmacist Association (FIPO); Pensioners Association (JN Chander); Central Islands Agricultural Research Institute; Specialist Doctors Association; Light House and Light Ships Staff Association; Andaman and Nicobar Group “D” Medical Employees Association; Andaman and Nicobar Island Doctors Health Service Association; Andaman and Nicobar Teachers’ Association
04.02.2015 At Port Blair: Tech. Staff Association Andaman Lakshadweep Harbour Works; Andaman and Nicobar Forest Executive Staff Association; All India Forest Range Officers Federation; A&N Islands State Forest Service  Association; Employees of Agriculture Department; The Non Gazetted Government Officers’ Association; Andaman Technical Agriculture Employees Association; Government Employees Federation; Botanical Survey of India Employees Association; Andaman & Nicobar Islands Cooperative Department Executive Employees Association; Sub Committee on IT Non Gazetted Government Officers’ Association; Akhil Bharatiya Rashtriya Shaishhik Mahasangh
14.01.2015 At Kolkata: All India Railway Accounts Staff Association, SER Chapter; Technical Assistants’ Association of IIEST; All India Postal Stenographers’ Association; Eastern Railwaymen’s Congress (ERMC); All India Data Processing Officers’ Association; National Institute for the Orthopedically Handicapped Staff Association; Commercial Intelligence Union; Commercial Intelligence and Statistics Employees Association; Employees’ Association, CAT-III, Office of AG, WB; All India Customs Ministerial Officers’ Association; All India Customs Ministerial Employees Federation; National Library Employees Association; East Coast Railway Engineers’ Association; The Company Law Administrative Employees Association; Joint Council of Action of Income Tax Associations, WB; MTP Railwaymen’s Union
13.01.2015 At Kolkata: All India P&T SC/ST Employees’ Welfare Association, WB Postal Circle; All India (Postal) Administrative Offices Employees Union; Postal Engineers’ Association; National Atlas & Thematic Mapping Organization Employees’ Association; IAS Officers’ Association; Indian Forest Service (IFS) Officers’ Association; IPS Officers’ Association; GSI Scientific Officers’ Association (GSISOA); GSI Employees Association; BARC Officers’ Association; All India Postal Administrative Offices’ Association; National Library Staff Association; National Defence Non-Gazetted Staff Association; National Defence Group ‘B’ Gazetted Officers’ Association; OFB Retired Employees’ Association; All India Ordnance Factories Teaching Staff Association; Indian Railway Medical Laboratory Technologists Association; Indian Ordnance Factory Gazetted Officers Association; National Federation of Printing, Stationery and Publication Employees
15.12.2014 At Jodhpur: Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti; All Staff & Welfare Inspectors of North Western Railway; Retired ICAR Employees Welfare Society (RICAREWES); National Union of Postal Employees (Group-C); All India Train Controllers Association; KVS; All India Ex Para Military Association; Legal Men’s Association (Railways); BRO; Rajasthan Radiographer Association
12.12.2014 At Jodhpur: Laboratory Technician Union, Rajasthan; Aids Control Employees Infection Diseases Centre; Coordinating Committee Central Government Pensioners Organisation, Rajasthan State; All India Pensioners’ Forum for Retired Officers of Central Ex. Customs & Service Tax Deptt.; Defence Laboratories Employees Union; All India Association of Clerical Employees of Ordnance Factories (AIACEOF); Rashtriya Raksha Ayudh Karamchari Sangh; North West Railway Engineers Association; Association of Railway Nurses of India; Indian Railways Technical Supervisors Association; All India Loco Running Staff Association; Public Prosecutors RPF
29.11.2014 Registrar (Administration), Supreme Court of India
27.11.2014 Indian Defence Service Engineers
19.11.2014 At Hyderabad: South Central Railways Employees Sangh; SVP NPA Employees’ Association; Nuclear Fuel Complex, IWU, NUFCOSSA and NFCSAA; Rail Mazdoor Union; All India MES Civilian Engineers’ Association; NIMS Paramedicals Employees Union & Society of Indian Radiographers; All India Central Government Deaf Employees; Scientific Workers Association; All India Retired Railmen’s Federation; All India MES Civilian Engineers’ Association (AIMCEA); ISRO Retired Employees’ Forum; Postal Officers Pension Association; Accountant General Office Pensioners Association; Naval Armament Inspectors Organization; National Defence Group “B” Gazetted Officers’ Association (NDGBGOA); Ordnance Factory Mazdoor Sangh; Government Employees National Confederation (GENC); South Central Railway Engineers Association (SCREA)
12.11.2014 At Shimla: HP State Coordination Committee of Central Govt. Employees and Workers; SAS (Accounts) Association; Central Research Institute Employees’ Association; All India NIC S&T Officers’ Association; All India Postal Administrative Officers’ Employees Union Group “C” and “D” NFPE; All India Association of Inspectors and Assistants Superintendents, Posts; All India Postal Employees Union Group “C”; IAS Officers’ Association
09.11.2014 At Mumbai: IPS Association, Maharashtra; Assistant Audit Officers’ Association; Competent Authority – SAFEMA/NDPSA; Indian Revenue Service Promotee Officers’ Association; Indian Revenue Service Association, Mumbai; Films Division Cameramen; Indian Naval Armament Service Association; Directorate of Marketing and Inspection Employees’ Association, Forest Survey of India
08.11.2014 At Mumbai: All India Defence Pharmacist Association; Orthotics and Prosthetics Association of India; All India CGHS Employees’ Association; All India Association of Statistical Investigators; National Railway Mazdoor Union; All India Naval Technical Supervisory Staff Association; Ordnance Factories Group B Gazetted Officers; National Defence Non-Gazetted Staff Association; All India Association of Non-Gazetted Officers; The Naval Employees’ Union, National Defence Group ‘B’ Gazetted Officers Association
07.11.2014 At Mumbai: ISRO Pensioners’ Association; Directorate of Purchase and Stores Employees’ Association; Atomic Energy Workers and Staff Union; National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees; Atomic Energy Workers and Staff Union; BARC Employees’ Association, Tarapur; All India Association of Inspectors and Assistant Superintendents; All India Savings Bank Control Employees’ Union; All India Central Labour Welfare Organization Staff Association; Central Government Pensioners’ Welfare Association
06.11.2014 At Mumbai: Central Railway Promotee Officers’ Association; Central Railway Mazdoor Sangh; All India Train Controllers’ Association; Central Railway Engineers’ Association; Bhartiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh; All India Loco Running Staff Association; Western Railway Motormen’s Association; Indian Railways Radiographers’ Association; All India Loco Inspectors’ Welfare Association; Rashtriya Bhartiya Khani Vibhag Karmchari Sangh; Indian Bureau of Mines Employees’ Association; Central Water and Power Research Station; Indian Forest Service Association, Maharashtra
30.10.2014 S30 Retired Pensioners’ Association; PFRDA
29.10.2014 Director General and Other officers of Defence Estate
13.10.2014 At Leh: Personnel of Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Defence Institute of High Altitude Research, DRDO, BRO, ITBP, MES, All Ladakh Central Government Employees Association
09.10.2014 At Dehradun: Non-Gazetted Officers’ Association, LBSNAA; National Institute for the Visually Handicapped Employees’ Union; Ministerial Staff Association, Survey of India; Topographical Staff Association, Survey of India; Class III Service Association, Survey of India; Central Government Library Association; Faculty, Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy; Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy Staff Association; Faculty, Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education
08.10.2014 At Dehradun: National Defence Medical Laboratory Technical Staff Association; All India Association of Clerical Employees of Ordnance Factories; Employees Union Ordnance Factory, Dehradun; All India Association of Non-Gazetted Officers of Ordnance & Equipment Factories and Quality Assurance Organization; Staff Association, Rashtriya Indian Military College; All India DGQA Engineers Association; Wildlife Institute of India
24.09.2014 Indian Ex-servicemen Movement
23.09.2014 CRPF Officers
22.09.2014 BSF Officers; Forum of retired CAPF officers
17.09.2014 Aviation Research Centre
16.09.2014 RPF Group ‘A’ Officers, IIM Bangalore
15.09.2014 Disabled War Veterans (DISWAVE) Association, DG Bureau of Police Research and Development
26.08.2014 At Bangalore: IAS Officers’ Association, IPS Officers’ Association, IFS Officers’ Association
25.08.2014 At Bangalore: IIM Bangalore, ISRO
24.08.2014 At Bangalore: Army Base Workshop (EME) Diploma Holders Association, Bangalore, Air Force Store Keepers Association, All India NCC Defence Civilian Employees Association, Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers – Karnataka State, Atomic Energy Employees Federation, All India Central Excise Inspectors Association, The Indian Hospital Pharmacist Association, Indian Railway Loco Runningmen Organisation, South Western Railways Engineers Association, Railway Wheel Factory, South Western Railway Employees Sangh, All India DRDO Personal Staff Association, DoS Pensioners Forum, Central Government Pensioners Association, Indian Institute of Horticulture Research Employees’ Association, NIMHANS, Veterans Association, All India Loco Running Staff Association
21.08.2014 Physiotherapy Forum; Indian Ordnance Factories Group’B’ Gazetted Officers Association
20.08.2014 Commissioner, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan; Commissioner, Navodaya Vidyalaya Sangathan
24.07.2014 Confederation of Central Government Gazetted Officers Association; National Ex-Servicemen Co-ordination Committee; Indian Ex-Services League
23.07.2014 Bharat Central Pensioners Federation; Bharat Pensioners Samaj; Group ‘B’ Indian Information Service Association; Indian Postal Service Officers Association; DANICS Officers Association; Group ‘B’ Indian Ordnance Gazetted Officers Association
22.07.2014 Police Commissioner, Delhi; DG Coast Guard; IOFS Officers Association
21.07.2014 Director, IB; Director, CBI; Director, RAW
19.06.2014 Indian Economic Service Officers Association; Indian Statistical Service Officers Association; IFS Officers Association; DGs of CAPFs (BSF+ITBP+Assam Rifles+Sashastra Seema Suraksha Bal); DGs of CAPFs (CISF+CRPF+NSC)
18.06.2014 IFS Officers Association; PFRDA; Officers of Department of Financial Services, MOF; Officers of Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare; P&T Finance Accounts Gr.A Officers Association; IRAS Officers Association; Central Health Service Association
17.06.2014 IAS Officers’ Association; Central Engineering Services Officers’ Association (Water+Power+Architecture); Central Engineering Services Officers’ Association (Civil+Electrical+Mechanical+Road Transport+Telecom); Income Tax Officers’ Association; Custom Officers Association; Central Excise Officers Association
16.06.2014 IPS Officers’ Association; Representative of Pay Commission cells of Army, Navy and Airforce; Indian Audit and Accounts Service Association; Cost Accounts Association; Civil Accounts Association; Federation of Railway Officers

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Facility of free journey to SC/ST candidates appearing in exams conducted by Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs)/Railway Recruitment Cells (RRC) on. the downloadable admit cards: Railway Board Order

Facility of free journey to SC/ST candidates appearing in exams conducted by Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs)/Railway Recruitment Cells (RRC) on. the downloadable admit cards: Railway Board Order

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (Bharat Sarkar)
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (Rail Mantralya)
(RAILWAY BOARD)

No. 2014/TG-I/20/P

New Delhi, dated 22.01.2015

Chief Commercial Managers,
All Zonal Railways.
(COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR No.3 OF 2015)
Sub: Facility of free journey to SC/ST candidates appearing in exams conducted by Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs)/Railway Recruitment Cells (RRC) on. the downloadable admit cards.
As per instructions issued Vide Board’s letter of even number dated 15.10.2014 (Commercial Circular No.44 of 2014), SC/ST candidates appearing in the exams conducted by RRCs were allowed to book ticket on submission of self-attested photocopy of admission certificate and SC/ ST certificate.

2. A proposal was received from Establishment Directorate of Railway Board that this facility may also be extended to SC/ ST candidates appearing in exam conducted by Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBS).

3. The proposal was examined and it has been decided that in all cases where admit cards of various exams are uploaded by RRB & RRC, the facility of free journey may be made available on the authority of downloadable admit cards.

4. Necessary instructions may be issued to all concerned.

(Dr. S.K.Ahirwar)
Director Traffic Commercial(G)
Railway Board

Source: http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/railwayboard/uploads/directorate/traffic_comm/Comm-Cir-2015/CC_03_2015.pdf

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AIR INDIA LTC – 80 FARES FROM 02nd February, 2015 for Economy Class &Executive Class with Airline Fuel Charge

AIR INDIA LTC – 80 FARES FROM 02nd February, 2015 for Economy Class &Executive Class with Airline Fuel Charge

TABLE V- LTC Fares

S No SECTOR & V.V HLTC (Economy Class) DLTC (Executive Class) Airline Fuel Charge
Base Fare Base Fare
1 Agartala Guwahati 4831 10140 1850
2 Agartala Kolkata 3891 8506 1850
3 Agartala Silchar 4401 1850
4 Agatti Bengaluru 10691 1850
5 Agatti Chennai 10646 2150
6 Agatti Kochi 8571 1850
7 Agatti Kozhikode 7471 1850
8 Agra Delhi 5681 15327 1850
9 Agra Khajuraho 3891 8506 1850
10 Agra Varanasi 4946 12951 1850
11 Agra Mumbai 8571 2950
12 Ahmedabad Chennai 7426 26186 2950
13 Ahmedabad Delhi 6000 15502 2150
14 Ahmedabad Hyderabad 7076 19532 2150
15 Ahmedabad Mumbai 4351 13425 1850
16 Aizawl Guwahati 5351 1850
17 Aizawl Imphal 4466 7337 1850
18 Aizawl Kolkata 4626 11108 1850
19 Allahabad Delhi 6541 1850
20 Allahabad Kanpur 4751 1850
21 Allahabad Mumbai 9401 2950
22 Amritsar Delhi 4366 12436 1850
23 Aurangabad Delhi 8801 21747 2150
24 Aurangabad Mumbai 4451 10133 1850
25 Bagdogra Delhi 9716 21024 2950
26 Bagdogra Guwahati 4536 8398 1850
27 Bagdogra Kolkata 5436 13188 1850
28 Bengaluru Chennai 4701 10691 1850
29 Bengaluru Delhi 9901 28985 3650
30 Bengaluru Goa 5151 13297 1850
31 Bengaluru Hyderabad 5451 14823 1850
32 Bengaluru Kochi 4501 10907 1850
33 Bengaluru Kolkata 9701 30799 3650
34 Bengaluru Mangalore 4936 1850
35 Bengaluru Mumbai 6851 16356 2150
36 Bengaluru Pune 6184 16506 1850
37 Bengaluru Tirupati 5221 1850
38 Bengaluru Trivandrum 5451 12473 1850
39 Bhopal Delhi 4801 14856 1850
40 Bhopal Indore 4281 8625 1850
41 Bhopal Mumbai 5356 15560 1850
42 Bhubaneshwar Chennai 8291 17520 2950
43 Bhubaneshwar Delhi 9001 27424 2950
44 Bhubaneshwar Kolkata 5406 11764 1850
45 Bhubaneshwar Mumbai 9401 29518 2950
46 Bhubaneshwar Port Blair 11216 2950
47 Bhuj Mumbai 6541 1850
48 Chandigarh Delhi 4301 10534 1850
49 Chandigarh Mumbai 8836 26295 2950
50 Chennai Coimbatore 4251 12166 1850
51 Chennai Delhi 8456 28474 3650
52 Chennai Goa 6311 16217 1850
53 Chennai Hyderabad 4451 13732 1850
54 Chennai Kochi 5251 14630 1850
55 Chennai Kolkata 8566 27543 2950
56 Chennai Madurai 4251 11801 1850
57 Chennai Mumbai 8571 18623 2950
58 Chennai Pune 7851 21017 2150
59 Chennai Portblair 9411 24229 2950
60 Chennai Trivandrum 5601 14637 1850
61 Chennai Vishakhapatnam 4801 14673 1850
62 Coimbatore Delhi 9751 32763 3650
63 Coimbatore Kozhikode 4451 6739 1850
64 Coimbatore Mumbai 8001 18331 2950
65 Dehradun Delhi 5221 13980 1850
66 Dehli Dharamsala 4821 1850
67 Delhi Gaya 6851 19532 2150
68 Delhi Goa 8821 25860 3650
69 Delhi Guwahati 9811 24988 3650
70 Delhi Gwalior 5051 9977 1850
71 Delhi Hyderabad 8401 25748 2950
72 Delhi Imphal 9081 27248 3650
73 Delhi Indore 4851 15867 1850
74 Delhi Jabalpur 6401 1850
75 Delhi Jaipur 3551 8815 1850
76 Delhi Jammu 4401 13181 1850
77 Delhi Jodhpur 5706 14290 1850
78 Delhi Kanpur 5701 1850
79 Delhi Khajuraho 5651 15108 1850
80 Delhi Kochi 12351 37731 3650
81 Delhi Kolkata 9061 24251 2950
82 Delhi Kozhikode 10051 32763 3650
83 Delhi Kullu 6301 1850
84 Delhi Leh 5501 15141 1850
85 Delhi Lucknow 4821 12505 1850
86 Delhi Ludhiana 4351 1850
87 Delhi Mangalore 9901 29248 3650
88 Delhi Mumbai 8951 22740 2950
89 Delhi Pantnagar 4301 1850
90 Delhi Nagpur 7171 17336 2150
91 Delhi Pathankot 5101 1850
92 Delhi Patna 7151 17265 2150
93 Delhi Port Blair 21516 3650
94 Delhi Pune 9401 28208 2950
95 Delhi Raipur 7851 22112 2150
96 Delhi Ranchi 8811 20732 2950
97 Delhi Srinagar 6201 13370 1850
98 Delhi Surat 9101 20819 2150
99 Delhi Tirupati 9016 23756 3650
100 Delhi Trivandrum 12156 37731 3650
101 Delhi Udaipur 5786 15382 1850
102 Delhi Vadodra 7051 19853 2150
103 Delhi Varanasi 5681 15327 1850
104 Delhi Vijayawada 8566 26202 2950
105 Delhi Vishakhapatnam 10401 30218 2950
106 Dibrugarh Dimapur 3251 5106 1850
107 Dibrugarh Guwahati 4801 1850
108 Dibrugarh Kolkata 7401 14776 2150
109 Dibrugarh Lilabari 4051 1850
110 Dimapur Guwahati 4701 1850
111 Dimapur Imphal 4401 1850
112 Dimapur Kolkata 6101 13822 1850
113 Dimapur Shillong 4101 1850
114 Gaya Kolkata 4501 11744 1850
115 Gaya Varanasi 4851 9518 1850
116 Goa Kochi 5001 15159 1850
117 Goa Hyderabad 5251 13657 1850
118 Goa Mumbai 5321 11232 1850
119 Goa Pune 4536 8874 1850
120 Goa Srinagar 12351 38431 3650
121 Guwahati Imphal 4901 9498 1850
122 Guwahati Jorhat 3736 1850
123 Guwahati Kolkata 5076 11465 1850
124 Guwahati Lilabari 5151 1850
125 Guwahati Silchar 5251 1850
126 Guwahati Tezpur 4436 1850
127 Gwalior Mumbai 8401 19551 2150
128 Hyderabad Kolkata 9696 24985 2950
129 Hyderabad Mumbai 5251 14980 1850
130 Hyderabad Pune 5231 14265 1850
131 Hyderabad Tirupati 4656 12571 1850
132 Hyderabad Varanasi 8811 21806 2950
133 Hyderabad Vijayawada 5051 10655 1850
134 Hyderabad Vishakhapatnam 4946 12951 1850
135 Imphal Kolkata 4281 11680 1850
136 Imphal Silchar 4601 1850
137 Indore Mumbai 4481 12637 1850
138 Jaipur Mumbai 7851 18794 2150
139 Jammu Leh 4886 9069 1850
140 Jammu Srinagar 4403 6998 1850
141 Jamnagar Mumbai 5181 12400 1850
142 Jodhpur Mumbai 7686 18670 2150
143 Jodhpur Udaipur 4231 8724 1850
144 Jorhat Kolkata 4976 1850
145 Jorhat Tezpur 4136 1850
146 Kanpur Kolkata 7401 2150
147 Khajuraho Varanasi 4936 12681 1850
148 Kochi Kozhikode 3501 7283 1850
149 Kochi Madurai 4301 1850
150 Kochi Mumbai 8401 21634 2950
151 Kochi Trivandrum 4301 8326 1850
152 Kolkata Kochi 10051 3650
153 Kolkata Lilabari 7800 2150
154 Kolkata Mumbai 8486 23558 3650
155 Kolkata Patna 5706 1850
156 Kolkata Port Blair 11071 26781 2950
157 Kolkata Ranchi 4536 1850
158 Kolkata Shillong 5481 1850
159 Kolkata Silchar 5001 11085 1850
160 Kolkata Tezpur 5151 1850
161 Kozhikode Chennai 5151 1850
162 Kozhikode Kolkata 8456 3650
163 Kozhikode Mumbai 9100 16513 2150
164 Kozhikode Trivandrum 4391 1850
165 Kullu Pathankot 4001 1850
166 Leh Srinagar 4603 8283 1850
167 Lilabari Tezpur 3881 1850
168 Lucknow Mumbai 8051 24985 2950
169 Lucknow Varanasi 4626 9607 1850
170 Ludhiana Pathankot 4201 1850
171 Madurai Mumbai 7851 23657 2950
172 Mangalore Mumbai 6086 15761 1850
173 Mumbai Nagpur 5001 15159 1850
174 Mumbai Raipur 9500 20692 2150
175 Mumbai Rajkot 5281 12473 1850
176 Mumbai Ranchi 9751 22813 2950
177 Mumbai Srinagar 9016 23756 3650
178 Mumbai Trivandrum 10201 23901 2950
179 Mumbai Udaipur 4786 15407 1850
180 Mumbai Varanasi 9696 24511 2950
181 Mumbai Vishakhapatnam 9101 24872 2950
182 Patna Ranchi 4603 1850
183 Raipur Bhubaneshwar 4281 9977 1850
184 Raipur Nagpur 5181 12660 1850
185 Raipur Vishakhapatnam 4251 11606 1850
186 Shillong Jorhat 4551 1850
187 Silchar Tezpur 4101 1850
188 Tirupati Vijayawada 5406 1850
189 Vishakhapatnam Bhubaneshwar 5321 10518 1850

 

 

TABLE – VI

Islanders Fares

Sector & v.v One WayFare Basis ReturnFare Basis AirlineFuel

Charge

UEIXZ URTIXZ
Port Blair Kolkata 5016 8632 2950
Port Blair Chennai 4816 8272 2950

 

Note : Above fares are valid for sale in Port Blair only against Identity Card.

TABLE VII

Remarks & Notings
a) RBD ‘Z’ is Advance Purchase fare in Business Class. Fare Basis is ‘ZAP’ with minimum 3 days advance purchase restriction. SAP90, SAP60, TAPP30 , T30PP, TRT30, TAP14,TRT14,T14PP, TAP7, TRT7, T7PP,TAP2,TRT2 & T2PP Fares Levels are Advance Purchase Fares which are available for sale upto 90 days, 60 days, 30 days, 14 days, 7 days & 2 days respectively in advance before schedule date of departure of the flight.
b) *Some flights/sectors may not have the Advance Purchase restrictions and *Some Sectors are non-operating
c) 10% discount on Mobile Application upto 28th Feb’15.
d) Special group fares (GV fare )available on select sectors.
Flight Routing D- Direct flight to destination.
V- Via Flight to Destination with stop/stops without change of aircraft
Link – Connecting Flight to Destination with a change of aircraft at a transit point
3 Taxes, Fee & Charges
a) In addition to the above fares, Passenger Service fee, Airport Development Fee (wherever applicable) and Service Tax would apply. a) Passenger Service fee is Rs. 233 except (a) Ex Jammu,Srinagar Leh where it is 207 (b) ex Kochi it is 225/-& (c) ex Delhi ,Mumbai,Chennai , Guwahati, Hyderabad, Bengaluru & Kolkata Rs.147/-
b)
(a) User Development Fee (IN) ex Jaipur Rs. 150,
Amritsar Rs. 150, Trichy Rs. 150, Vishakapatnam Rs. 150, Udaipur Rs. 150, Ahmedabad Rs. 124, Mangalore Rs. 150, Varanasi Rs. 150, Kolkata Rs.477 , Chennai Rs. 187 ,
Ex Guwahati: Rs.352(1st Apr 14- 31st Mar 15), Rs.374 (1st Apr 15- 31st Mar 16)
(b) UDF from Delhi( from 1st Apr 13- 31st Jan ’15) : Distance upto 500 Km- Rs 276/- more than 500 Km- Rs 551/-
(c) UDF to Delhi( from 1st Apr 13- 31Jan ‘ 15) : Distance upto 500 Km- Rs 233/- more than 500 Km- Rs 466/-
(d) UDF from Mumbai (Travel from 1st Apr 13 to 31st Jan ‘ 15) Rs 308/- Ex Bengaluru: Rs.385(1st Jul 14- 31st Mar 15), Rs.344 (1st Apr 15- 31st Mar 16)
(e) Airport Development Fee ( YM ) ex Delhi & ex Mumbai Rs. 113
c) Service Tax as applicable would be additional.
4 Fare Rules:
Fee for Refund/revalidation/re-issuance is levied as detailed under: effective 27th Apr’13

 

RBD Re-Issuance /Re-validation/ Refund Fee No-Show /Refund Fee( within 1 hour of flight departure )
First Class F NIL (Till 1 hour before departure) Rs.1053
Business class C, D &J NIL (Till 1 hour before departure) Rs.1053
Re-Issuance /Re-validation/Refund Fee No-Show Fee/Refund Fee
Z Rs.1053( Till 1 hour before departure) Rs.1579
Re-Issuance /Re-validation/ Refund Fee No-Show/Refund Fee( within 1 hour flight departure )
Premium Economy Class P NIL (Till 1 hour before departure) Rs.1053
Economy Class
Instant Purchase fares Y,B & M NIL (Till 1 hour before departure) Rs.1053
Instant Purchase fares H,K,Q,V,W,G,L & U Rs.1053( Till 1 hour before departure) Non-Refundable
Instant & Apex Fares E, S &T Rs.1579( Till 1 hour before departure) Non-Refundable

(Penalty amount inclusive of service tax and applicable on Base Fare and Airline Fuel Charge.) Note:

a). Above Charges are applicable per coupon.

In case of ‘non-refundable, Basic Fare and Airline Fuel Charge will be forfeited.

b).LTC Tickets: Change/Refund Fee will be as applicable for highest Business or Economy Class fare

c).Armed Forces and related discounts : Change/ Refund Fee applicable for highest economy class fare. All categories of (Armed Forces, Paramilitary Forces, General Reserve Engineering Forces, War Disables Officers, War Widows and Gallantry Award Tickets under RBD Y to H)

 

d) The refund rules applicable to Link Fares on all RBDs are as under:

(A) Originating point:

1. Tickets issued on fares under: RBDs U to K

a) Refund - Permitted up to 1 hr before scheduled departure of the flight against a Refund Fee of – Rs. 1053 /- coupon.

b) Refund of No-show ticket: Non Refundable(Basic fare + Airline Fuel Charge)

2) Tickets issued on fares under: RBDs S & T

(a) Refund - Permitted up to 1 hr before scheduled departure of the flight against a Refund Fee of – Rs.1579/- per coupon. b) Refund of No-show ticket: Non Refundable(Basic fare + Airline Fuel Charge)

(B) Intermediate Point :

In case of completion of part itinerary, a passenger desirous of claiming refund will be allowed to do so after deducting the applicable fare on booked RBD, for the sector travelled along with the applicable Refund Fee. Not permitted for RBDs S & T.

(C) In cases of Flight Disruptions:

(a) Alternate arrangements are made by the Airline- No Refund

(b) Passenger is taken back to the point of origin by the first available service- Full amount to be refunded.

(c) Own arrangement for the cancelled sector is made by the passenger(s): Refund of Basic fare of the cancelled sector in respective RBD (Airline Fuel Charge to be retained) along with unutilized non-airline taxes, if any.

e). No Re-validation or Cancellation Fee applicable on Infant Tickets.

 

Applicable Fares as on 2nd Feb ’15

 

These fares are subject to Change without prior notice.

 

Source: www.airindia.in

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Meetings held by 7th CPC as on 10.02.2015

Meetings held by 7th CPC (as on 10.02.2015)
Date Meeting with
05.02.2015 At Port Blair: Central Government Employees Welfare Coordination Committee; Federation of Pharmacist Association (FIPO); Pensioners Association (JN Chander); Central Islands Agricultural Research Institute; Specialist Doctors Association; Light House and Light Ships Staff Association; Andaman and Nicobar Group “D” Medical Employees Association; Andaman and Nicobar Island Doctors Health Service Association; Andaman and Nicobar Teachers’ Association
04.02.2015 At Port Blair: Tech. Staff Association Andaman Lakshadweep Harbour Works; Andaman and Nicobar Forest Executive Staff Association; All India Forest Range Officers Federation; A&N Islands State Forest Service  Association; Employees of Agriculture Department; The Non Gazetted Government Officers’ Association; Andaman Technical Agriculture Employees Association; Government Employees Federation; Botanical Survey of India Employees Association; Andaman & Nicobar Islands Cooperative Department Executive Employees Association; Sub Committee on IT Non Gazetted Government Officers’ Association; Akhil Bharatiya Rashtriya Shaishhik Mahasangh
14.01.2015 At Kolkata: All India Railway Accounts Staff Association, SER Chapter; Technical Assistants’ Association of IIEST; All India Postal Stenographers’ Association; Eastern Railwaymen’s Congress (ERMC); All India Data Processing Officers’ Association; National Institute for the Orthopedically Handicapped Staff Association; Commercial Intelligence Union; Commercial Intelligence and Statistics Employees Association; Employees’ Association, CAT-III, Office of AG, WB; All India Customs Ministerial Officers’ Association; All India Customs Ministerial Employees Federation; National Library Employees Association; East Coast Railway Engineers’ Association; The Company Law Administrative Employees Association; Joint Council of Action of Income Tax Associations, WB; MTP Railwaymen’s Union
13.01.2015 At Kolkata: All India P&T SC/ST Employees’ Welfare Association, WB Postal Circle; All India (Postal) Administrative Offices Employees Union; Postal Engineers’ Association; National Atlas & Thematic Mapping Organization Employees’ Association; IAS Officers’ Association; Indian Forest Service (IFS) Officers’ Association; IPS Officers’ Association; GSI Scientific Officers’ Association (GSISOA); GSI Employees Association; BARC Officers’ Association; All India Postal Administrative Offices’ Association; National Library Staff Association; National Defence Non-Gazetted Staff Association; National Defence Group ‘B’ Gazetted Officers’ Association; OFB Retired Employees’ Association; All India Ordnance Factories Teaching Staff Association; Indian Railway Medical Laboratory Technologists Association; Indian Ordnance Factory Gazetted Officers Association; National Federation of Printing, Stationery and Publication Employees
15.12.2014 At Jodhpur: Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti; All Staff & Welfare Inspectors of North Western Railway; Retired ICAR Employees Welfare Society (RICAREWES); National Union of Postal Employees (Group-C); All India Train Controllers Association; KVS; All India Ex Para Military Association; Legal Men’s Association (Railways); BRO; Rajasthan Radiographer Association
12.12.2014 At Jodhpur: Laboratory Technician Union, Rajasthan; Aids Control Employees Infection Diseases Centre; Coordinating Committee Central Government Pensioners Organisation, Rajasthan State; All India Pensioners’ Forum for Retired Officers of Central Ex. Customs & Service Tax Deptt.; Defence Laboratories Employees Union; All India Association of Clerical Employees of Ordnance Factories (AIACEOF); Rashtriya Raksha Ayudh Karamchari Sangh; North West Railway Engineers Association; Association of Railway Nurses of India; Indian Railways Technical Supervisors Association; All India Loco Running Staff Association; Public Prosecutors RPF
29.11.2014 Registrar (Administration), Supreme Court of India
27.11.2014 Indian Defence Service Engineers
19.11.2014 At Hyderabad: South Central Railways Employees Sangh; SVP NPA Employees’ Association; Nuclear Fuel Complex, IWU, NUFCOSSA and NFCSAA; Rail Mazdoor Union; All India MES Civilian Engineers’ Association; NIMS Paramedicals Employees Union & Society of Indian Radiographers; All India Central Government Deaf Employees; Scientific Workers Association; All India Retired Railmen’s Federation; All India MES Civilian Engineers’ Association (AIMCEA); ISRO Retired Employees’ Forum; Postal Officers Pension Association; Accountant General Office Pensioners Association; Naval Armament Inspectors Organization; National Defence Group “B” Gazetted Officers’ Association (NDGBGOA); Ordnance Factory Mazdoor Sangh; Government Employees National Confederation (GENC); South Central Railway Engineers Association (SCREA)
12.11.2014 At Shimla: HP State Coordination Committee of Central Govt. Employees and Workers; SAS (Accounts) Association; Central Research Institute Employees’ Association; All India NIC S&T Officers’ Association; All India Postal Administrative Officers’ Employees Union Group “C” and “D” NFPE; All India Association of Inspectors and Assistants Superintendents, Posts; All India Postal Employees Union Group “C”; IAS Officers’ Association
09.11.2014 At Mumbai: IPS Association, Maharashtra; Assistant Audit Officers’ Association; Competent Authority – SAFEMA/NDPSA; Indian Revenue Service Promotee Officers’ Association; Indian Revenue Service Association, Mumbai; Films Division Cameramen; Indian Naval Armament Service Association; Directorate of Marketing and Inspection Employees’ Association, Forest Survey of India
08.11.2014 At Mumbai: All India Defence Pharmacist Association; Orthotics and Prosthetics Association of India; All India CGHS Employees’ Association; All India Association of Statistical Investigators; National Railway Mazdoor Union; All India Naval Technical Supervisory Staff Association; Ordnance Factories Group B Gazetted Officers; National Defence Non-Gazetted Staff Association; All India Association of Non-Gazetted Officers; The Naval Employees’ Union, National Defence Group ‘B’ Gazetted Officers Association
07.11.2014 At Mumbai: ISRO Pensioners’ Association; Directorate of Purchase and Stores Employees’ Association; Atomic Energy Workers and Staff Union; National Federation of Atomic Energy Employees; Atomic Energy Workers and Staff Union; BARC Employees’ Association, Tarapur; All India Association of Inspectors and Assistant Superintendents; All India Savings Bank Control Employees’ Union; All India Central Labour Welfare Organization Staff Association; Central Government Pensioners’ Welfare Association
06.11.2014 At Mumbai: Central Railway Promotee Officers’ Association; Central Railway Mazdoor Sangh; All India Train Controllers’ Association; Central Railway Engineers’ Association; Bhartiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh; All India Loco Running Staff Association; Western Railway Motormen’s Association; Indian Railways Radiographers’ Association; All India Loco Inspectors’ Welfare Association; Rashtriya Bhartiya Khani Vibhag Karmchari Sangh; Indian Bureau of Mines Employees’ Association; Central Water and Power Research Station; Indian Forest Service Association, Maharashtra
30.10.2014 S30 Retired Pensioners’ Association; PFRDA
29.10.2014 Director General and Other officers of Defence Estate
13.10.2014 At Leh: Personnel of Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Defence Institute of High Altitude Research, DRDO, BRO, ITBP, MES, All Ladakh Central Government Employees Association
09.10.2014 At Dehradun: Non-Gazetted Officers’ Association, LBSNAA; National Institute for the Visually Handicapped Employees’ Union; Ministerial Staff Association, Survey of India; Topographical Staff Association, Survey of India; Class III Service Association, Survey of India; Central Government Library Association; Faculty, Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy; Indira Gandhi National Forest Academy Staff Association; Faculty, Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education
08.10.2014 At Dehradun: National Defence Medical Laboratory Technical Staff Association; All India Association of Clerical Employees of Ordnance Factories; Employees Union Ordnance Factory, Dehradun; All India Association of Non-Gazetted Officers of Ordnance & Equipment Factories and Quality Assurance Organization; Staff Association, Rashtriya Indian Military College; All India DGQA Engineers Association; Wildlife Institute of India
24.09.2014 Indian Ex-servicemen Movement
23.09.2014 CRPF Officers
22.09.2014 BSF Officers; Forum of retired CAPF officers
17.09.2014 Aviation Research Centre
16.09.2014 RPF Group ‘A’ Officers, IIM Bangalore
15.09.2014 Disabled War Veterans (DISWAVE) Association, DG Bureau of Police Research and Development
26.08.2014 At Bangalore: IAS Officers’ Association, IPS Officers’ Association, IFS Officers’ Association
25.08.2014 At Bangalore: IIM Bangalore, ISRO
24.08.2014 At Bangalore: Army Base Workshop (EME) Diploma Holders Association, Bangalore, Air Force Store Keepers Association, All India NCC Defence Civilian Employees Association, Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers – Karnataka State, Atomic Energy Employees Federation, All India Central Excise Inspectors Association, The Indian Hospital Pharmacist Association, Indian Railway Loco Runningmen Organisation, South Western Railways Engineers Association, Railway Wheel Factory, South Western Railway Employees Sangh, All India DRDO Personal Staff Association, DoS Pensioners Forum, Central Government Pensioners Association, Indian Institute of Horticulture Research Employees’ Association, NIMHANS, Veterans Association, All India Loco Running Staff Association
21.08.2014 Physiotherapy Forum; Indian Ordnance Factories Group’B’ Gazetted Officers Association
20.08.2014 Commissioner, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan; Commissioner, Navodaya Vidyalaya Sangathan
24.07.2014 Confederation of Central Government Gazetted Officers Association; National Ex-Servicemen Co-ordination Committee; Indian Ex-Services League
23.07.2014 Bharat Central Pensioners Federation; Bharat Pensioners Samaj; Group ‘B’ Indian Information Service Association; Indian Postal Service Officers Association; DANICS Officers Association; Group ‘B’ Indian Ordnance Gazetted Officers Association
22.07.2014 Police Commissioner, Delhi; DG Coast Guard; IOFS Officers Association
21.07.2014 Director, IB; Director, CBI; Director, RAW
19.06.2014 Indian Economic Service Officers Association; Indian Statistical Service Officers Association; IFS Officers Association; DGs of CAPFs (BSF+ITBP+Assam Rifles+Sashastra Seema Suraksha Bal); DGs of CAPFs (CISF+CRPF+NSC)
18.06.2014 IFS Officers Association; PFRDA; Officers of Department of Financial Services, MOF; Officers of Department of Pension & Pensioners Welfare; P&T Finance Accounts Gr.A Officers Association; IRAS Officers Association; Central Health Service Association
17.06.2014 IAS Officers’ Association; Central Engineering Services Officers’ Association (Water+Power+Architecture); Central Engineering Services Officers’ Association (Civil+Electrical+Mechanical+Road Transport+Telecom); Income Tax Officers’ Association; Custom Officers Association; Central Excise Officers Association
16.06.2014 IPS Officers’ Association; Representative of Pay Commission cells of Army, Navy and Airforce; Indian Audit and Accounts Service Association; Cost Accounts Association; Civil Accounts Association; Federation of Railway Officers

 

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Facility of free journey to SC/ST candidates appearing in exams conducted by Railway Recruitment Boards

Facility of free journey to SC/ST candidates appearing in exams conducted by Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs)/Railway Recruitment Cells (RRC) on. the downloadable admit cards: Railway Board Order

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (Bharat Sarkar)
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (Rail Mantralya)
(RAILWAY BOARD)

No. 2014/TG-I/20/P

New Delhi, dated 22.01.2015

Chief Commercial Managers,
All Zonal Railways.
(COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR No.3 OF 2015)
Sub: Facility of free journey to SC/ST candidates appearing in exams conducted by Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs)/Railway Recruitment Cells (RRC) on. the downloadable admit cards.
As per instructions issued Vide Board’s letter of even number dated 15.10.2014 (Commercial Circular No.44 of 2014), SC/ST candidates appearing in the exams conducted by RRCs were allowed to book ticket on submission of self-attested photocopy of admission certificate and SC/ ST certificate.

2. A proposal was received from Establishment Directorate of Railway Board that this facility may also be extended to SC/ ST candidates appearing in exam conducted by Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBS).

3. The proposal was examined and it has been decided that in all cases where admit cards of various exams are uploaded by RRB & RRC, the facility of free journey may be made available on the authority of downloadable admit cards.

4. Necessary instructions may be issued to all concerned.

(Dr. S.K.Ahirwar)
Director Traffic Commercial(G)
Railway Board

Source: http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/railwayboard/uploads/directorate/traffic_comm/Comm-Cir-2015/CC_03_2015.pdf

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Air India LTC-80 Fares from 02nd February, 2015

AIR INDIA LTC – 80 FARES FROM 02nd February, 2015 for Economy Class &Executive Class with Airline Fuel Charge

TABLE V- LTC Fares

S No SECTOR & V.V HLTC (Economy Class) DLTC (Executive Class) Airline Fuel Charge
Base Fare Base Fare
1 Agartala Guwahati 4831 10140 1850
2 Agartala Kolkata 3891 8506 1850
3 Agartala Silchar 4401 1850
4 Agatti Bengaluru 10691 1850
5 Agatti Chennai 10646 2150
6 Agatti Kochi 8571 1850
7 Agatti Kozhikode 7471 1850
8 Agra Delhi 5681 15327 1850
9 Agra Khajuraho 3891 8506 1850
10 Agra Varanasi 4946 12951 1850
11 Agra Mumbai 8571 2950
12 Ahmedabad Chennai 7426 26186 2950
13 Ahmedabad Delhi 6000 15502 2150
14 Ahmedabad Hyderabad 7076 19532 2150
15 Ahmedabad Mumbai 4351 13425 1850
16 Aizawl Guwahati 5351 1850
17 Aizawl Imphal 4466 7337 1850
18 Aizawl Kolkata 4626 11108 1850
19 Allahabad Delhi 6541 1850
20 Allahabad Kanpur 4751 1850
21 Allahabad Mumbai 9401 2950
22 Amritsar Delhi 4366 12436 1850
23 Aurangabad Delhi 8801 21747 2150
24 Aurangabad Mumbai 4451 10133 1850
25 Bagdogra Delhi 9716 21024 2950
26 Bagdogra Guwahati 4536 8398 1850
27 Bagdogra Kolkata 5436 13188 1850
28 Bengaluru Chennai 4701 10691 1850
29 Bengaluru Delhi 9901 28985 3650
30 Bengaluru Goa 5151 13297 1850
31 Bengaluru Hyderabad 5451 14823 1850
32 Bengaluru Kochi 4501 10907 1850
33 Bengaluru Kolkata 9701 30799 3650
34 Bengaluru Mangalore 4936 1850
35 Bengaluru Mumbai 6851 16356 2150
36 Bengaluru Pune 6184 16506 1850
37 Bengaluru Tirupati 5221 1850
38 Bengaluru Trivandrum 5451 12473 1850
39 Bhopal Delhi 4801 14856 1850
40 Bhopal Indore 4281 8625 1850
41 Bhopal Mumbai 5356 15560 1850
42 Bhubaneshwar Chennai 8291 17520 2950
43 Bhubaneshwar Delhi 9001 27424 2950
44 Bhubaneshwar Kolkata 5406 11764 1850
45 Bhubaneshwar Mumbai 9401 29518 2950
46 Bhubaneshwar Port Blair 11216 2950
47 Bhuj Mumbai 6541 1850
48 Chandigarh Delhi 4301 10534 1850
49 Chandigarh Mumbai 8836 26295 2950
50 Chennai Coimbatore 4251 12166 1850
51 Chennai Delhi 8456 28474 3650
52 Chennai Goa 6311 16217 1850
53 Chennai Hyderabad 4451 13732 1850
54 Chennai Kochi 5251 14630 1850
55 Chennai Kolkata 8566 27543 2950
56 Chennai Madurai 4251 11801 1850
57 Chennai Mumbai 8571 18623 2950
58 Chennai Pune 7851 21017 2150
59 Chennai Portblair 9411 24229 2950
60 Chennai Trivandrum 5601 14637 1850
61 Chennai Vishakhapatnam 4801 14673 1850
62 Coimbatore Delhi 9751 32763 3650
63 Coimbatore Kozhikode 4451 6739 1850
64 Coimbatore Mumbai 8001 18331 2950
65 Dehradun Delhi 5221 13980 1850
66 Dehli Dharamsala 4821 1850
67 Delhi Gaya 6851 19532 2150
68 Delhi Goa 8821 25860 3650
69 Delhi Guwahati 9811 24988 3650
70 Delhi Gwalior 5051 9977 1850
71 Delhi Hyderabad 8401 25748 2950
72 Delhi Imphal 9081 27248 3650
73 Delhi Indore 4851 15867 1850
74 Delhi Jabalpur 6401 1850
75 Delhi Jaipur 3551 8815 1850
76 Delhi Jammu 4401 13181 1850
77 Delhi Jodhpur 5706 14290 1850
78 Delhi Kanpur 5701 1850
79 Delhi Khajuraho 5651 15108 1850
80 Delhi Kochi 12351 37731 3650
81 Delhi Kolkata 9061 24251 2950
82 Delhi Kozhikode 10051 32763 3650
83 Delhi Kullu 6301 1850
84 Delhi Leh 5501 15141 1850
85 Delhi Lucknow 4821 12505 1850
86 Delhi Ludhiana 4351 1850
87 Delhi Mangalore 9901 29248 3650
88 Delhi Mumbai 8951 22740 2950
89 Delhi Pantnagar 4301 1850
90 Delhi Nagpur 7171 17336 2150
91 Delhi Pathankot 5101 1850
92 Delhi Patna 7151 17265 2150
93 Delhi Port Blair 21516 3650
94 Delhi Pune 9401 28208 2950
95 Delhi Raipur 7851 22112 2150
96 Delhi Ranchi 8811 20732 2950
97 Delhi Srinagar 6201 13370 1850
98 Delhi Surat 9101 20819 2150
99 Delhi Tirupati 9016 23756 3650
100 Delhi Trivandrum 12156 37731 3650
101 Delhi Udaipur 5786 15382 1850
102 Delhi Vadodra 7051 19853 2150
103 Delhi Varanasi 5681 15327 1850
104 Delhi Vijayawada 8566 26202 2950
105 Delhi Vishakhapatnam 10401 30218 2950
106 Dibrugarh Dimapur 3251 5106 1850
107 Dibrugarh Guwahati 4801 1850
108 Dibrugarh Kolkata 7401 14776 2150
109 Dibrugarh Lilabari 4051 1850
110 Dimapur Guwahati 4701 1850
111 Dimapur Imphal 4401 1850
112 Dimapur Kolkata 6101 13822 1850
113 Dimapur Shillong 4101 1850
114 Gaya Kolkata 4501 11744 1850
115 Gaya Varanasi 4851 9518 1850
116 Goa Kochi 5001 15159 1850
117 Goa Hyderabad 5251 13657 1850
118 Goa Mumbai 5321 11232 1850
119 Goa Pune 4536 8874 1850
120 Goa Srinagar 12351 38431 3650
121 Guwahati Imphal 4901 9498 1850
122 Guwahati Jorhat 3736 1850
123 Guwahati Kolkata 5076 11465 1850
124 Guwahati Lilabari 5151 1850
125 Guwahati Silchar 5251 1850
126 Guwahati Tezpur 4436 1850
127 Gwalior Mumbai 8401 19551 2150
128 Hyderabad Kolkata 9696 24985 2950
129 Hyderabad Mumbai 5251 14980 1850
130 Hyderabad Pune 5231 14265 1850
131 Hyderabad Tirupati 4656 12571 1850
132 Hyderabad Varanasi 8811 21806 2950
133 Hyderabad Vijayawada 5051 10655 1850
134 Hyderabad Vishakhapatnam 4946 12951 1850
135 Imphal Kolkata 4281 11680 1850
136 Imphal Silchar 4601 1850
137 Indore Mumbai 4481 12637 1850
138 Jaipur Mumbai 7851 18794 2150
139 Jammu Leh 4886 9069 1850
140 Jammu Srinagar 4403 6998 1850
141 Jamnagar Mumbai 5181 12400 1850
142 Jodhpur Mumbai 7686 18670 2150
143 Jodhpur Udaipur 4231 8724 1850
144 Jorhat Kolkata 4976 1850
145 Jorhat Tezpur 4136 1850
146 Kanpur Kolkata 7401 2150
147 Khajuraho Varanasi 4936 12681 1850
148 Kochi Kozhikode 3501 7283 1850
149 Kochi Madurai 4301 1850
150 Kochi Mumbai 8401 21634 2950
151 Kochi Trivandrum 4301 8326 1850
152 Kolkata Kochi 10051 3650
153 Kolkata Lilabari 7800 2150
154 Kolkata Mumbai 8486 23558 3650
155 Kolkata Patna 5706 1850
156 Kolkata Port Blair 11071 26781 2950
157 Kolkata Ranchi 4536 1850
158 Kolkata Shillong 5481 1850
159 Kolkata Silchar 5001 11085 1850
160 Kolkata Tezpur 5151 1850
161 Kozhikode Chennai 5151 1850
162 Kozhikode Kolkata 8456 3650
163 Kozhikode Mumbai 9100 16513 2150
164 Kozhikode Trivandrum 4391 1850
165 Kullu Pathankot 4001 1850
166 Leh Srinagar 4603 8283 1850
167 Lilabari Tezpur 3881 1850
168 Lucknow Mumbai 8051 24985 2950
169 Lucknow Varanasi 4626 9607 1850
170 Ludhiana Pathankot 4201 1850
171 Madurai Mumbai 7851 23657 2950
172 Mangalore Mumbai 6086 15761 1850
173 Mumbai Nagpur 5001 15159 1850
174 Mumbai Raipur 9500 20692 2150
175 Mumbai Rajkot 5281 12473 1850
176 Mumbai Ranchi 9751 22813 2950
177 Mumbai Srinagar 9016 23756 3650
178 Mumbai Trivandrum 10201 23901 2950
179 Mumbai Udaipur 4786 15407 1850
180 Mumbai Varanasi 9696 24511 2950
181 Mumbai Vishakhapatnam 9101 24872 2950
182 Patna Ranchi 4603 1850
183 Raipur Bhubaneshwar 4281 9977 1850
184 Raipur Nagpur 5181 12660 1850
185 Raipur Vishakhapatnam 4251 11606 1850
186 Shillong Jorhat 4551 1850
187 Silchar Tezpur 4101 1850
188 Tirupati Vijayawada 5406 1850
189 Vishakhapatnam Bhubaneshwar 5321 10518 1850

 

 

TABLE – VI

Islanders Fares

Sector & v.v One Way

Fare Basis

Return

Fare Basis

Airline

Fuel

Charge

UEIXZ URTIXZ
Port Blair Kolkata 5016 8632 2950
Port Blair Chennai 4816 8272 2950

 

Note : Above fares are valid for sale in Port Blair only against Identity Card.

TABLE VII

Remarks & Notings
a) RBD ‘Z’ is Advance Purchase fare in Business Class. Fare Basis is ‘ZAP’ with minimum 3 days advance purchase restriction. SAP90, SAP60, TAPP30 , T30PP, TRT30, TAP14,TRT14,T14PP, TAP7, TRT7, T7PP,TAP2,TRT2 & T2PP Fares Levels are Advance Purchase Fares which are available for sale upto 90 days, 60 days, 30 days, 14 days, 7 days & 2 days respectively in advance before schedule date of departure of the flight.
b) *Some flights/sectors may not have the Advance Purchase restrictions and *Some Sectors are non-operating
c) 10% discount on Mobile Application upto 28th Feb’15.
d) Special group fares (GV fare )available on select sectors.
Flight Routing D- Direct flight to destination.
V- Via Flight to Destination with stop/stops without change of aircraft
Link – Connecting Flight to Destination with a change of aircraft at a transit point
3 Taxes, Fee & Charges
a) In addition to the above fares, Passenger Service fee, Airport Development Fee (wherever applicable) and Service Tax would apply. a) Passenger Service fee is Rs. 233 except (a) Ex Jammu,Srinagar Leh where it is 207 (b) ex Kochi it is 225/-& (c) ex Delhi ,Mumbai,Chennai , Guwahati, Hyderabad, Bengaluru & Kolkata Rs.147/-
b)
(a) User Development Fee (IN) ex Jaipur Rs. 150,
Amritsar Rs. 150, Trichy Rs. 150, Vishakapatnam Rs. 150, Udaipur Rs. 150, Ahmedabad Rs. 124, Mangalore Rs. 150, Varanasi Rs. 150, Kolkata Rs.477 , Chennai Rs. 187 ,
Ex Guwahati: Rs.352(1st Apr 14- 31st Mar 15), Rs.374 (1st Apr 15- 31st Mar 16)
(b) UDF from Delhi( from 1st Apr 13- 31st Jan ’15) : Distance upto 500 Km- Rs 276/- more than 500 Km- Rs 551/-
(c) UDF to Delhi( from 1st Apr 13- 31Jan ‘ 15) : Distance upto 500 Km- Rs 233/- more than 500 Km- Rs 466/-
(d) UDF from Mumbai (Travel from 1st Apr 13 to 31st Jan ‘ 15) Rs 308/- Ex Bengaluru: Rs.385(1st Jul 14- 31st Mar 15), Rs.344 (1st Apr 15- 31st Mar 16)
(e) Airport Development Fee ( YM ) ex Delhi & ex Mumbai Rs. 113
c) Service Tax as applicable would be additional.
4 Fare Rules:
Fee for Refund/revalidation/re-issuance is levied as detailed under: effective 27th Apr’13

 

RBD Re-Issuance /Re-validation/ Refund Fee No-Show /Refund Fee( within 1 hour of flight departure )
First Class F NIL (Till 1 hour before departure) Rs.1053
Business class C, D &J NIL (Till 1 hour before departure) Rs.1053
Re-Issuance /Re-validation/Refund Fee No-Show Fee/Refund Fee
Z Rs.1053( Till 1 hour before departure) Rs.1579
Re-Issuance /Re-validation/ Refund Fee No-Show/Refund Fee( within 1 hour flight departure )
Premium Economy Class P NIL (Till 1 hour before departure) Rs.1053
Economy Class
Instant Purchase fares Y,B & M NIL (Till 1 hour before departure) Rs.1053
Instant Purchase fares H,K,Q,V,W,G,L & U Rs.1053( Till 1 hour before departure) Non-Refundable
Instant & Apex Fares E, S &T Rs.1579( Till 1 hour before departure) Non-Refundable

(Penalty amount inclusive of service tax and applicable on Base Fare and Airline Fuel Charge.) Note:

a). Above Charges are applicable per coupon.

In case of ‘non-refundable, Basic Fare and Airline Fuel Charge will be forfeited.

b).LTC Tickets: Change/Refund Fee will be as applicable for highest Business or Economy Class fare

c).Armed Forces and related discounts : Change/ Refund Fee applicable for highest economy class fare. All categories of (Armed Forces, Paramilitary Forces, General Reserve Engineering Forces, War Disables Officers, War Widows and Gallantry Award Tickets under RBD Y to H)

 

d) The refund rules applicable to Link Fares on all RBDs are as under:

(A) Originating point:

1. Tickets issued on fares under: RBDs U to K

a) Refund - Permitted up to 1 hr before scheduled departure of the flight against a Refund Fee of – Rs. 1053 /- coupon.

b) Refund of No-show ticket: Non Refundable(Basic fare + Airline Fuel Charge)

2) Tickets issued on fares under: RBDs S & T

(a) Refund - Permitted up to 1 hr before scheduled departure of the flight against a Refund Fee of – Rs.1579/- per coupon. b) Refund of No-show ticket: Non Refundable(Basic fare + Airline Fuel Charge)

(B) Intermediate Point :

In case of completion of part itinerary, a passenger desirous of claiming refund will be allowed to do so after deducting the applicable fare on booked RBD, for the sector travelled along with the applicable Refund Fee. Not permitted for RBDs S & T.

(C) In cases of Flight Disruptions:

(a) Alternate arrangements are made by the Airline- No Refund

(b) Passenger is taken back to the point of origin by the first available service- Full amount to be refunded.

(c) Own arrangement for the cancelled sector is made by the passenger(s): Refund of Basic fare of the cancelled sector in respective RBD (Airline Fuel Charge to be retained) along with unutilized non-airline taxes, if any.

e). No Re-validation or Cancellation Fee applicable on Infant Tickets.

 

Applicable Fares as on 2nd Feb ’15

 

These fares are subject to Change without prior notice.

 

Source: www.airindia.in

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Payment of Death Gratuity to a minor-regarding

Payment of Death Gratuity to a minor-regarding

RBE No. 07/2015
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (BHARAT SARKAR)
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (RAIL MANTRALAYA)
(RAILWAY BOARD)

No. F(E)III/2008/PN1/12

New Delhi, Dated: 29-01.2015.

The GMs/FA&CAOs,
All Indian Railways/Production Units/RDSO.
(As per mailing list)
Subject: Payment of Death Gratuity to a minor-regarding.

*****

A copy of the Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare (DOP&PW)’s O.M No.7/3/2013-P&W(F) dated 02/12/2014 on the above subject is enclosed for information and compliance. These instructions shall apply mutatis mutandis on the Railways also.

2. The instruction enhancing the ceiling limit of gratuity from Rs. 5000/- to Rs.10,000/- in such cases was issued vide Board’s letter No. F(E)III/88/PN1/42 dated 20.10.1989.

3. Please acknowledge receipt.

D.A.: As above

(AMITABH JOSHI)
Deputy Director Finance (Eslt.)III,
Railway Board.

No. F(E)III/2008/PN1/12
New Delhi, Dated:29 .01.2015.

Copy to Depuly Comptroller and Auditor General of India (Railways), Room No.224, Rail Bhavan, New Delhi (40 spares).

for Financial Commissioner/Railways.

Source: Airfindia.com

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NFIR observe Satyagraha all over India on 26th Feb-2015.

NFIR observe Satyagraha all over India on 26.2.2015

National Federation of Indian Railwaymen calls to protest in the name of ‘Satyagraha’ on 26th Feb 2015 all over India.

Trade Union Unity – Satyagraha all over India on 26th Feb-2015.

NFIR appeals to all affiliated Unions to participate in joint action including sectoral struggle and Satyagraha on 26th February, 2015. The affiliates may interact with INTUC leaders and cadre in their respective areas for the purpose of oberving “Satyagraha” jointly.

The Working Committee of INTUC, resolves to strengthen the trade union unity, and support the call given by Central Trade Unions for next phase joint action including Sectoral struggle and Sathyagraha on 26th February, 2015 as per the statement issued jointly by the Central Trade Union Organisations.

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Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS)- sanctioned strength of Officers – Dopt orders

Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS)- sanctioned strength of Officers – Dopt orders

G.I., Dep. of Per. & Trg., O.M. No.15/112014-CS.II-(A), 11.2.2015

Subject: Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS)- sanctioned strength of Officers – regarding.

The undersigned is directed to say that Cadre Restructuring of Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service (CSSS) is under process in this Department. In this regard, the information rebted to sanctioned strength of the officers who are entitled to the assistance of the CSSS personnel is urgently required.

2. In view of above, all the cadre units are requested to furnish the requisite information related to sanctioned strength of the officers to this Department as per Annexure to the O.M through fax / e-mail by 13th February, 2015 positively.

Authority : www.persmin.gov.in

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Chargeability of Interest on self-assessment tax paid before the due date of filing of return of income

Chargeability of Interest on self-assessment tax paid before the due date of filing of return of income

Circular 2/2015
F. No. 385/ 03 /2015-IT(B)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT)

North Block, New Delhi
10th February, 2015

Subiect: Chargeability of Interest under Section 234A of the Income-tax Act, 1961 on self-assessment tax paid before the due date of filing of return of income- regarding

Interest under Section 234A of the Income-tax Act, l961 (hereinafler the Act) is charged in case of default in furnishing return of income by an assessee. The interest is charged at the specified rate on the amount of tax payable on the total income, as reduced by the amount of advance tax, TDS/TCS, any relief of tax allowed under section 90 and section 9oA, any deduction allowed under section 91 and any tax credit allowed in accordance with the provisions of section 115JAA and section 115JD of the Act. Since self-assessment tax is not mentioned as, a component of tax to be reduced from the amount on which interest under section 234A of the Act is chargeable, interest is being charged on the amount of self-assessment tax paid by the assessee even before the due date of filing of return.

2. It has been held by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the case of CIT vs Prannoy Roy, 309 ITR 231 (2009) that the interest under section 234A of the Act on default in furnishing return of income shall be payable only on the amount of tax that has not been deposited before the due date of filing of the income-tax return for the relevant assessment year. Accordingly, the present practice of charging interest under section 234A of the Act on self-assessment tax paid before the due date of filing return was reviewed by CBDT.

3. The Board has decided that no interest under section 234A of the Act is chargeable on the amount of self-assessment tax paid by the assessee before the due date of filing of return of income.

4. This Circular may be brought to the notice of all officers for compliance.

5. Hindi version shall follow.

(Sandeep Singh)
Under Secretary to Government of India

Source: http://irsofficersonline.gov.in/Documents/OfficalCommunique/1210201555813.pdf

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Income Tax Department Initiates Investigation into Issuance of Cheques by Companies Which are Acting as Entry Operators to Convert Illegal Cash into Legitimate Money

Income Tax Department Initiates Investigation into Issuance of Cheques by Companies Which are Acting as Entry Operators to Convert Illegal Cash into Legitimate Money

Income Tax Department, Ministry of Finance, Government of India had initiated investigation into issuance of cheques by companies which are acting as entry operators to convert illegal cash into legitimate money. Recently in Kolkata, this investigation led to detection of substantial unaccounted income. In these cases, the unaccounted income was sought to be converted into legitimate money with the help of non-genuine companies which were acting as entry operators.

Similarly and based on media reports, enquiry was initiated in Delhi into issuance of cheques by companies which were alleged to be non-genuine and entry operators. The companies and their Directors could not be traced at the addresses given to Banks and Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Examination of the accounts of these companies revealed that they have issued accommodation entries to several persons and entities for substantial amounts. It was also found that sources for such entries were prima facie not genuine. To carry forward the investigation process, notices were issued to about 50 persons and entities including two political parties on 9th February, 2015. These notices seek information about the identity of the contributors and other relevant details which are necessary to complete the process of investigation.

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PIB

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To start in House Weekly Training in all Ministries or Departments

To start in-house Weekly Training in all Miniseries/Departments

F.No.T -17/1/2014-CTP(CSS)
Government of tndia
Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
(Training Division)

New Delhi, the 10th February 2015

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: To start in-house Weekly Training in all Miniseries/Departments

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s OM of even number dated 17th October 2014 (copy enclosed) wherein all Ministries/Departments were requested to start hourly in-house weekly training for their employees immediately.
However information in this regard is awaited.

2. All Ministries/Departments are again requested to start hourly in-house weekly training and to inform the action taken to this Department for apprising the PMO.

(Sanjeev Kumar Jindal)
Director (Trg.)
Tel No: 26107960
email: sanjeev.jindal@nic.in

To
The Secretaries of all Ministries/Departments
CC for info. to PSO to Secretary, DOPT.

Source: http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02trn/onehourtraining11022015.pdf

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Filling up the post of the Registrar of Copyright, Copyright Office under the Ministry of Human Resource Development

Filling up the post of the Registrar of Copyright, Copyright Office under the Ministry of Human Resource Development.

No 4/1/2014-EO(MM-II)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

North Block, New Delhi
Dated 09.02.2015

To
1 The Chief Secretaries
All State Governments

2 All Secretaries
Ministries/Departments of Government of India

Subject: Filling up the post of the Registrar of Copyright, Copyright Office under the Ministry of Human Resource Development.

Sir/Madam,

It is proposed to fill up the post of Registrar of Copyrights, Copyright office, under the Ministry of Human Resource Development on deputation basis The post is a non-CSS post to be filled through Civil Services Board procedure.

2 The Registrar of Copyrights is the head of the Copyright Office and all copyright registrations are issued under his superintendence and direction. He exercises the powers of a Civil Court for disposing copyright applications and act as competent authority to allow changes as per law. He gives effect to the orders of Copyright Board and register/monitor functioning of Copyright societies. He will have to coordinate with various Ministries/Departments, liaison with various higher education institutions and all the stakeholders from various fields and strata of the society. He is also required to participate in negotiations for drafting the legal text for various proposed treaties related to copyright matters in WIPO.

3 The Officers of the rank of Deputy Secretary/Director of the Government of India or equivalent level, eligible for appointment under the Central Staffing Scheme are eligible for the post. The period of deputation is 4/5 years for Dy. Secretary/Director respectively.

4 The post may be circulated amongst officers eligible to be appointed at Deputy Secretary/Director or equivalent level in the Government of India on priority basis. Names of willing and eligible officers who can be spared by the State  Governments/Ministries/Departments may be forwarded to the Department along with cadre clearance, vigilance clearance, detailed bio-data in the enclosed Perfonna and CR Dossier. For officers working in the cadre, it may also be ensured that the ‘Cooling off, after a previous stint on deputation, if any, is completed and the officer is eligible to be appointment on Central Deputation as per instructions.

5 It is requested that the application(s) of the eligible candidate(s) may please be forwarded so as to reach this Department not later than 09.03.2015.

Yours faithfully
(Jagannath Srinivasan)
Deputy Secretary(MM)
Tel 23092842

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Sports Ministry Revises Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Puruskar Scheme

Sports Ministry Revises Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Puruskar Scheme

Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports

11-February, 2015

The Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports has revised the Scheme of Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Puruskar, which was introduced in 2009 to encourage and promote involvement of corporates, sports promotion boards etc., in the promotion and development of sports in the country. In the revised scheme, Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Puruskar will be given in following four categories:

(i) Identification and nurturing of budding/young talent
(ii) Encouragement of sports through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
(iii) Employment of sportspersons and sports welfare measures
(iv) Sports for Development.

In the revised Scheme, eligibility criteria for all four categories have been prescribed. As ‘Training to promote rural sports, nationally recognized sports, Paralympic sports and Olympic sports’ have been included in the Schedule VII of the Companies Act 2013 and the companies can now spend on promotion and development of sports from the funds earmarked for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), a specific category for ‘Encouragement of sports through Corporate Social Responsibility’ has been provided for in the revised Scheme.

As non-governmental organizations are also doing a lot of work in promotion and development of sports, a separate category ‘Sports for Development’ has been provided for exclusively for NGOs to recognize their contributions.

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– PIB

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43% salary increase for all categories of employees in Andhra Pradesh

Naidu matches KCR, hikes staff salary by 43%

Under pressure from his Telangana counterpart to match the salary hike for government staff, Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Monday announced a 43% salary increase for all categories of employees. The Pay Revision Commission (PRC) had recommended a hike of 29%, but both AP and Telangana chose to peg the increase at 43%.

The hike will come into retrospective effect from June 2, 2014. The arrears will be credited in the general provident fund account of the staff and the revised salary paid from February onwards. More than six lakh employees and pensioners stand to benefit from the salary hike. “Though the state is going through a financial crisis, we have taken this decision keeping in mind the welfare of the employees. Now, I expect them to deliver the results in the form of better governance and better revenue collections,” Chandrababu Naidu told the media while announcing the salary hike.

The hike would cost the exchequer close to Rs 7,000 crore annually. At present, excluding the hike, the state generates annual revenue of Rs 47,000 crore but has a burden of Rs 53,000 crore in the form of salaries, pensions and interests on loans.

With this increase, the salaries of AP government employees have more than doubled in the last five years. The 63 per cent hike in dearness allowance effected during the last few months and the current 43 per cent hike will result in a 106 per cent hike in the salaries of all employees working in the state government. It would be near impossible for central government employees to get their salaries doubled even in 10 years whereas the AP and Telangana employees have achieved this rare feat in just five years.

Read more at : Times of India

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Select List 2003 (extended) UDC Grade of CSCS-reg.

Select list 2003 (extended) of UDC Grade of CSCS-reg.

No.12/1/2011-CS-11 (8)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
(CS.II Division)

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan,
Khan Market, New Delhi – 110 003.
Dated,09/02/2015.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Select list 2003 (extended) of UDC Grade of CSCS-reg.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M of even number dated 27.01.2015 along with a list of 1552 officials. A further list containing 380 officials is circulated herewith. The cadre units are requested to conduct the DPC in respect of these officials for inclusion in the Select List 2003 (extended) and subject to fitness promote them as such. The orders of promotion with regard to officials who have already retired need not be issued since they are not physically available to avail of the promotion. The cadre units are also requested to furnish a compliance report by 16.02.2015 in the enclosed proforma.

2. Nodal officers may also ensure that the requisite details are updated in the web management system which is hoisted at cscms.nic.in without fail.

(K. Suresh Kumar)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India
Tel# 24654020

All cadre units of CSCS

Annexure to O.M. No. 121/2011-CS-II(B) dated 9th February, 2015

 

S.No Name of official Whether found fit for promotion as UDC for the select year 2003 Whether clear from vigilance angle Remarks, if any Select List year of LDC

Source: Order

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Interaction Meeting with Seventh Central Pay Commission on NFIR’s Memorandum

Interaction Meeting with Seventh Central Pay Commission on NFIR’s Memorandum:-

NFIR
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI -110055
No. IV/NHR/7th CPC/CORRES/Pt. V
Dated: 05/02/2015
The Chairman,
Seventh Central Pay Commission,
Chhatrapati Shivaji Bhawan,
IIFT, Block B (B-14/A),
Qutab Institutional Area,
New Delhi 110016
(Post Box No. 4599-Hauz Khas P.O)
Dear Sir,

Sub: Inter-action meeting with the Seventh Central Pay Commission on NFIR’s memorandum-reg.

Ref: NFIR’s letter No.IV/NFIR/7th CPC/CORRES/Pt. V dated 02/08/2014.
Federation vide its letter dated 02/08/2014, addressed to the Secretary, Seventh Central Pay Commission had made following suggestions with regard to holding interaction meetings:
a) Inter-action meetings may be fixed giving us reasonable advance intimation to enable us to reschedule our other programmes,
b) Meeting/hearing may be fixed department wise to facilitate us to meet the Pay Commission along with the representatives of the conccrned department/category.
c) In the Railways, there are eight major departments with hundreds of categories. Eight different dates for explaining our case may kindly be considered.
d) Inter-action meetings may also be convened for explaining the case of miscellaneous and isolated categories in Railways.

e) Separate date and time be provided to facilitate the NFIR to explain uniqueness of railways as well unique nature of duties of railway employee in general.

Federation is yet to receive response from the Seventh Central Pay Commission.
In this connection, NFIR desires to mention that the 6th CPC had allotted a total time of 28 hours to us in different spells/different dates to explain the case of Railway employees belonging to various categories in different departments. Federation trusts that similar time slots would be provided to us by the 7th CPC as well.
NFIR. therefore, once again requests the Hon’ble Chairman Seventh Central Pay Commission to arrange to allot adequate time slots and convey to the Federation.
Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Dr.M.Raghavaiah)
General Secretary
Source: NFIR

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