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President accepts Parrikar’s resignation, Jaitley gets additional charge of Defence

President accepts Parrikar’s resignation, Jaitley gets additional charge of Defence

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee, as advised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has accepted Manohar Parrikar’s resignation from the Council of Ministers, with immediate effect, under clause (2) of Article 75 of the Constitution.

As advised by Prime Minister Modi, the President has directed that Arun Jaitley, Cabinet Minister, shall be assigned the charge of the Ministry of Defence, in addition to his existing portfolios.

This development as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is all set to form the government in Goa under the leadership of Parrikar, who will be sworn-in as the Chief Minister tomorrow.

Governor Mridula Sinha invited Parrikar to form the next government in the coastal state last night after he submitted a letter of support of 21 legislators. Three MLAs of the Goa Forward Party, three of the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) and two Independents have pledged support to Parrikar.

The BJP, which won 13 seats in the 40-member Goa Assembly, managed to garner support from other parties and Independents to attain majority under Parrikar.

The Congress got 17 seats in the recently concluded polls.
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Owning a House Becomes Easier for Army Personnel

Owning a House Becomes Easier for Army Personnel

1. Army personnel by virtue of deployment in remote areas find it extremely difficult to invest time in buying a good house, therefore, to fulfill this essential need and meet the aspirations, AWHO has come up with a pragmatic business model called the ‘Private Industry Collaborative Business Model’ which will facilitate acquiring houses from reputed private builders at discounted prices for Army personnel & Veer Naris. A Pilot Project is being undertaken in Delhi/ NCR and based on its success, similar ventures will be executed in other locations.

2. Major advantages of this concept are detailed market research to identify the most suitable builder/ project, negotiations for price reduction, due diligence and buyer friendly terms & conditions. Prop Equity, a leading Real Estate Data & Analytics Consultant firm has been selected after a prolonged process to undertake the facilitation process forward.

3. This historical MoU was signed by Lt Gen Rakesh Sharma, UYSM, AVSM, VSM, Chairman (Ex-Officio) AWHO and Mr Samir Jasuja, MD, Prop Equity Analytics on 3rd Mar 2017.

Source: PIB

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Grievance Redressal Mechanism for the Jawans

Grievance Redressal Mechanism for the Jawans

Government of India has implemented a web based Centralized Public Grievance Redress and Monitoring System (CPGRAMS) in all its Ministries / Departments including the Ministry of Defence. This system provides online access to all citizens including the jawans and other Armed Forces personnel to lodge their grievances with the Ministry of Defence. The CPGRAMS system allows the Ministry to monitor the grievances and ensure their time bound redressal by the organisations / institutions concerned of the Ministry.

The Armed Forces also have systems in place for the redressal of grievances of their personnel. The procedures for dealing with statutory and non-statutory complaints and representations have been laid down under various sections of The Army Act, 1950; The Navy Act, 1957; The Air Force Act, 1950 and the regulations and orders issued on the subject. There are also informal mechanisms in place for redressal of grievances in the Armed Forces like the sainik sammelans, personal interviews, suggestion boxes, informal meetings, etc.

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MODI GOVERNMENT SURGICAL STRIKE ON RAILWAYS AND DEFENCE EMPLOYEES

MODI GOVT’S SURGICAL STRIKE ON RAILWAYS AND DEFENCE EMPLOYEES

The BJP- led NDA Government has intensified it’s policy attack on Railways and Defence establishments and employees.

ATTACK ON RAILWAYS.

After the Narendra Modi Government coming to power 100% Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is allowed in Railways. A committee headed by Sri Bibek Deb Roy , Member , NITI Ayog (National Institute for Transformation of India Ayog) was appointed for restructuring of Railways. The committee recommended complete privatisation of Railways. AIRF in its resolution adopted in the 92nd Annual Conference held at Allahabad from 8th to 10th December 2016, stated as follows:

NDA Government assumed power on 26th May 2016. The General Body meeting of AIRF held on 3rd and 4th July 2016 at Chennai, decided to defer the strike decision to provide time to the new Government to settle and resolve grievances. But the same Government by a notification dated 22nd August 2014, decided to induct 100% FDI in Indian Railways, Defence establishments etc. The Government appointed a high level Railway Restructuring Committee, on 22nd September 2014, headed by Sri Bibek Deb Roy, for restructuring Railways. The same committee had drawn a road map for privatisation and went ahead gradually, despite all out protest by AIRF.

The merger of the Railway Budget with the General Budget was one of the key recommendations on Bibek Deb Roy committee, as an important step towards privatisation of Railways. Government has implemented the decision from this year onwards, on top priority basis. It is also reported in the media that Government has decided to privatise heritage and tourist Railways like Kalka – Shimla, Siliguri – Darjeeling and Nilgiri (Ootty) railways. BIBEK DEB ROY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS ARE THE BEGIN ING OF THE END OF THE GOVT OWNED INDIAN RAILWAYS.

To add insult to injury, the Railway Board has issued orders curtailing the basic trade union rights of Railway employees. AIRF circular issued on 2nd February 2017 reads as follows:
“In continuation of our earlier letter of even no. dated 1st February 2017, you are advised to observe “Black Day” on 6th February 2017 wearing black badges/ribbons, right from branch to zonal levels, at all important offices of your Railway administrations, DEMANDING WITHDRAWAL OF RAILWAY BOARD’S LETTER DATED 31.01.2017, WHEREIN THE BOARD HAVE DECIDED TO DEBAR SUPERVISORS (IN ERSTWHILE GRADE PAY OF 4200) WORKING IN SAFETY CATEGORIES FROM TRADE UNION“.

AIRF statement also said that the order is in violation of 87th ILO Convention and Indian Trade Union Act.

Railway order says that those supervisors working in safety categories cannot become office bearers of unions/Associations/Federations, but can only remain as members with effect from 01.04.2017.

The above is the present situation in Indian Railways and all the Railway unions/Associations/Federations are conducting various protest programmes (other than strike as dominant organisations are yet to take such a decision) against the policy offensives of the NDA Govt. Recently on 1st & 2nd February 2017, Dakshin Railway Employees Union (DREU) , All India Loco Running Staff Association (AILRSA), All India Station Masters Association (AISMA) , All India Guard Council , Indian Railway Technical Supervisors Association etc. (other than AIRF and NFIR) had organised a massive National Convention and also Parliament March at New Delhi , demanding no privatisation and modifications in the 7th CPC recommendations.

ATTACK ON DEFENCE SECTOR
The situation in Defence sector is also not different. All India Defence Employees Federation (AIDEF) in its circular dated 04.02.2017, has conveyed the following developments to its rank and file:

“The ordnance factories are under severe attack due to the policies being adopted by the BJP – led NDA Government. Instead of developing and strengthening the ordnance factories, the Govt. is disowning the same and is planning fully to proceed to weaken the ordnance factories. Licences are being given to private companies for defence manufacturing including for those products which are being manufactured in the ordnance factories.”

In a meeting of Senior Officers held on 5th January 2017, the Secretary, Ministry of Defence made the following comments
“You have to reduce the cost, otherwise you will not get workload in future, you have to compete with the private sector for getting workload. Two years is the period for ordnance factories.”

Recently Sri Manohar Parikar, Defence Minister , who visited AFK Pune , in the meeting held with unions has stated that ” Factories which are manufacturing clothing and leather items are not required in the Government. These items can easily be procured from private sector.”

The proposal of corporatisation (which is a step towards privatisation) is also under consideration with Prime Minister’s Office (PMO). Govt has constituted another committee to identify low technology/noncore items. It is seen from the press reports that a committee constituted by Defence Minister under the chairmanship of one retired IIM Professor has recommended for creation of a new independent organisation outside the Ministry of Defence to undertake defence procurement. It is understood that a new organisation tentatively called the “DEFENCE ACQUISITION AUTHORITY” will be fully responsible for the entire process of acquisition.

All these policy decisions of the Government will have serious impact on the existence of ordnance factories and on the job security of defence civilian employees. AIDEF has decided to convene a meeting of ordnance factory unions to take a serious stock of the situation and formulate an action plan to fight back.

THIS GOVT WILL UNDERSTAND THE LANGUAGE OF STRIKE ONLY. CONFEDERATION IS ON THE RIGHT PATH.
Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers, representing about thirteen lakhs Central Government Employees, which always stood in the forefront of the struggle against neo-liberal reforms and anti-people, anti -worker policies of the Govt. and also which conducted series of agitational programmes including strikes against the policy offensives of the Government, extends full support and solidarity to the Railway and Defence employees in their struggle for existence.

Confederation calls upon the entire Central Govt. employees to make the 16th March 2016 one day strike a thundering success. Let us be ready for an indefinite strike, if situation warrants.

Source: http://confederationhq.blogspot.in/

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Defence Pensioners: Pension Disbursing Agencies have started releasing the 7th CPC arrears due to the pensioners

7th CPC arrears for Defence Pensioners – Pension Disbursing Agencies have started releasing the 7th CPC arrears due to the pensioners.

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Defence

03-February-2017 16:28 IST

Defence Pensioners

Details of State-wise assessed number of Defence Pensioners as on 01.04.2016 are enclosed as under: STATE WISE ASSESSED NUMBER OF DEFENCE PENSIONERS AS ON 01.04.2016

Sl. No. State No. of Pensioners
1 Andaman & Nicobar 1057
2 Andhra Pradesh 65047
3 Arunachal Pradesh 1851
4 Assam 62265
5 Bihar 112626
6 Chhattisgarh 5218
7 Chandigarh 23885
8 Goa 2715
9 Gujarat 18361
10 Haryana 271034
11 Himachal Pradesh 150306
12 Jammu & Kashmir 85059
13 Jharkhand 9890
14 Karnataka 109541
15 Kerala 169255
16 Madhya Pradesh 53504
17 Maharashtra 196559
18 Manipur 5947
19 Meghalaya 2809
20  Mizoram 2455
21 Nagaland 1125
22 New Delhi 98037
23 Odisha 21564
24 Pondicherry 1333
25 Punjab 277985
26 Rajasthan 140405
27 Sikkim 288
28 Tamilnadu 116981
29 Tripura 2852
30 Uttar Pradesh 224971
31 Uttarakhand 87576
32 West Bengal 70293
33 Indian Embassy Nepal 107837
Total 2500631

Pension Disbursing Agencies have started releasing the 7th CPC arrears due to the pensioners. Details regarding amount released and number of pensioners benefitted are being collected. This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shrimati Vasanthi M. in Lok Sabha today.

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Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme 1980: Annual Report for the year 2017

Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme 1980: Annual Report for the year 2017.

OFFICE OF CONTROLLER GENERAL OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS,
BATAR ROAD, PALAM, DELHI CANTT-110010

No.A/III/14500/CGEGIS/REP/2017

Dated: 24.01.2017

To,

PCsDA/CsDA
including AO, DAD, ZO (DPD)
& AN-IV Local.

(Through CGDA website)

Sub: Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme 1980: Annual Report for the year 2017.

An report the above subject has prescribed by the Chief Controller of Accounts, Ministry of Finance, Department of Economic Affairs which is to be rendered to them by 1st March each year. It is requested that Annual Report on the CGEGIS-1980 in respect of DAD personnel and Non-DAD personnel (Defence Civilians) may kindly be forwarded separately to this HQrs by 17th February, 2017 positively the prescribed format (Annexure ‘D’ copy enclosed). While forwarding the report, it may please be ensured that the number of CGEGIS subscribers for the year 2016 shown in the last report must be correctly reflected in the Part-I of the report.

It has been noticed previous year, the report is generally not forwarded to this HQrs by the prescribed time. This often delays rendition of consolidated report to Ministry. Therefore, it is requested thal timely submission of repon may please be ensured.

3. This issues with the approval of Jt. CGDA (A&B).

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Sr.Accounts Officer (A/Cs)

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Frequently observed shortcomings in TA and DA Claims

PCDA Circular on Frequently observed shortcomings in TA and DA Claims for Officers – Issued by Transportation Wing

Principal Controller Of Defence Accounts (Officers) has issued a Circular on Frequently observed shortcomings in TA and DA Claims

Frequently observed shortcomings in TA/DA claims
Principal Controller Of Defence Accounts (Officers)
TRANSPORTATION WING
FREQUENTLY OBSERVED SHORTCOMINGS IN TA/DA CLAIMS

I.TEMP DUTY CLAIMS:

1     Hotel bills without Regn No, TIN No, VAT No etc.
2     Package Hotel bills are submitted showing combined amount of Room-rent & Food charges. As per extant orders, bifurcation is audit requirement for admittance.
3     Non-drawl of Ration certificate is not found if ration not drawn
4     Mess/Hotel bill as well as DA is claimed which unnecessarily leads to disallowance in claims
5     NAC for stay in Hotel is obtained at the fag end of the duty without following the principle of preferring Govt Guest houses, Mess, Circuit houses etc
6     Nominal Roll for detailment of course/duty indicating name of officer not attached
7     Advance drawn is not indicated/deducted by the officer on submission of Adjustment claim
8     Detention certificate is silent about the provision of free boarding & lodging
9     e-tickets if booked through Defence Travel System PCDA Travels Portal, airfare is neither claimed nor deducted as advance by the officer, As per accounting procedure and audit requirement airfare needs to be added in the claim as well as deducted as advance of TA by the officer in the claim.
10     Ink-signed copy of Min of Civ Avn relaxation sanction is not enclosed
11     RMA is claimed with the sanction under Rule 47 (iii) TR instead of sanction under Rule 40 Note 2 TR issued by the Competent Authority
12     Air-tickets are purchased from unauthorised private travel agents/portals instead of concerned airlines website or M/s Balmer Lawrie & CO and M/s Ashok Tours & Travels.

I. PMT DUTY:
1     Posting order and movement order is not enclosed, instead intranet/internet copy is enclosed, which is not acceptable in audit as mov auth

2     Car/ motorcycle/ scooter Regn Certificate book/ copy is not enclosed leading to disallowance of conveyance charges

3     Allotment of Govt built accommodation letter at new duty station is not enclosed in support of claim for full baggage & conveyance increasing all round correspondence and delay

4     Lien on conveyance of family, personal effects and personal vehicle sanction from the competent auth is not enclosed even  if the stipulated lien period is over and conveyed after that period. Hence, sanction to that effect is an audit requirement to admit the conveyance charges.

5     Family details are not mentioned in the claims

6     Ink-signed copy of Min of Civ Avn/ Ministry of Defence(Finance) relaxation sanction is not enclosed

7     RMA charges for local journey to station/ airports and Daily Allowance for expenditure during transit/ journey is claimed; the same is subsumed in Composite Transfer Grant w.e.f. 09/09/2008

8     Distance for cartage at both new and old duty stations is not mentioned claiming random amounts

9     Air-tickets are purchased from unauthorised private travel agents/ portals instead of concerned airlines website or M/s Balmer Lawrie & CO and M/s Ashok Tours & Travels

III. LTC Claims

1. Officers prefer LTC claims for journey by unauthorised modes viz own car, private buses/ own arrangement, which is not admissible.

2. Air-tickets are purchased for fare-basis other than LTC-80, which is on the higher side of entitlement of LTC-80 fare

3. DO II to the effect of change of Home Town is not published

4. Lack of knowledge of LTC Block-year. Block-year starts with odd year.

5. Boarding passes are not enclosed with the claims

6. Local journey charges for visiting local site of the station are claimed. LTC is admissible on Station to Station basis.

7. LTC for parents is claimed for Clause of LTC in lieu of Home Town

8. LTC on Sick Leave Concession is not clearly mentioned

9. Air-tickets are purchased from unauthorised private travel agents/portals instead of concerned airlines website or M/s Balmer Lawrie & CO and M/s Ashok Tours & Travels.

10. Ink-signed copy of Min of Civ Avn relaxation sanction is not enclosed

11. Non–availability of Air-ticket is quoted as reason for travel by Private Airline

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Aadhar enabled Biometric Attendance System for marking attendance

Aadhar enabled Biometric Attendance System for marking attendance

“As per extant instructions, half-a-day’s casual leave should be debited for each day of late attendance, but late attendance upto an hour, on not more than two occasions in a month, and for justifiable reasons may be condoned by the competent authority.”

Principal Controller of Defence Account; (Central Command),
Carriapa Road, Lucknow Cantt, Pin-226002

Circular

No.AN/1A/1004/Misc/2017

Dated:27/01/2017

To
The CDA, RTC Lucknow
All Sub Offices
(under the organisation including lFAs)
All sections in main office

Sub:  Aadhar enabled Biometric Attendance System for marking attendance.

The Department of Personnel & Training vide letter No.11013/9/2014-Estt(A-III) dated 21st November 2014 (circulated vide Hqrs Office letter No. AN/III/3012/Misc/BAS dated 20.02.2015) has decided to use an AADHAR based Biometric Attendance System (AEBAS) in all offices of the Central Government, including attached/sub-ordinate offices in India.

Biometric Attendance System is only an enabling platform. There is no change in the instructions relating to office hours, late attendance etc. which will continue to apply. As per extant instructions, half-a-day’s casual leave should be debited for each day of late attendance, but late attendance upto an hour, on not more than two occasions in a month, and for justifiable reasons may be condoned by the competent authority. In addition to debiting Casual Leave(or Earned Leave, when no CL is available) disciplinary action may also be taken against government servants who are habitually late. Early leaving is also to be treated in the same manner as late coming.

Therefore, all the staff and officers will mark their attendance through AEBAS only. The manual attendance may be discontinued immediately.

GO(AN) has seen.

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(S.K.Gupta)
Sr. AO(AN)

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Grant of revised rates of Bhutan Compensatory Allowance (BCA) in respect of DAD personnel posted in Project Dantak (Bhutan)

Grant of revised rates of Bhutan Compensatory Allowance (BCA) in respect of DAD personnel posted in Project Dantak (Bhutan)

Controlier General of Defence Accounts, Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt. – 10

No.13012(4)/79-AN-XIV/BCA-III

Date: 05-01-2017

All PCDA/CDA/PCA (Fys)

(Through CGDA Web Site)

Sub: Grant of revised rates of Bhutan Compensatory Allowance (BCA) in respect of DAD personnel posted in Project Dantak (Bhutan).

A copy of Government of India, Ministry of Defence (Finance), New Delhi letter No.11(2)/C/2000(2324) dated 21.12.2016 on the above subject is forwarded herewith for your information, guidance and necessary action please. The revised rates of BCA are admissible specific to the DAD officers/officials drawing Grade Pay mentioned for different categories, as stated in the ibid Ministry letter.

No.11(2)/C/2000 (2324)

Ministry Of Defence (Finance)

DAD (Coord), Room No.24-A, South Block

New Delhi, 21st December,2016

To

The controller General Of Defence Accounts

Delhi Cantt. 110 010.

Sub: Grant of revised rates of Bhutan compensatory Allowance (BCA) in respect of DAD personnel posted in project Dantak (Bhutan)

Sir,

I am directed to refer to CGDA’s Office UO No.13012($)/79/AN-XIV/BCA-III dated 19.09.2016 and this Ministry’s letter NO.11(2)/C/2000(1183) dt.27.5.2015, on the above mentioned subject and to convey the sanction of the President of India to the revised rates w.e.f 01.04.2014 and 01.04.2015 of Bhutan Compensatory Allowance (BCA) to the employees of the Defence Accounts Department Serving with Project Dantak in Bhutan at par with General Reserve Engineer Force (GREF) employees serving under project Dantak in Bhutan in terms of letter of Govt. of India, Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, BRDB, New Delhi bearing No.BRDB/03/71/2010/GE-I dt. 01.08.2016. The revised rate of BCA after adhoc increase with effect from 01.04.2014 and 0104.2015 for different categories are given as under:

 

Sl.No

 

DAD Officers/Officials

(Amt. in Rs.)

BCA rate per month with effect from

01.04.2014 01.04.2015
1 Officers drawing Grade Pay of Rs. 10000/- p.m. and above Rs.1,17,964/- Rs.1,25,697/-
2 Officers drawing Grade Pay of Rs.8700/- p.m. and above but less than Rs.10000/- p.m Rs.1,12,865/- Rs.1,20.292/-
3 Officers drawing Grade Pay of Rs.6600/- p.m. and above but less than Rs.8700/- p.m Rs.1,07,344/- Rs.1,14,439/-
4 Other Group ‘A’ Officers drawing Grade Pay of Rs.5400/-p.m. and above but less than Rs.6600/- p.m Rs.99,180/- Rs.1,05,540/-
5 Group ‘B’ Gazetted Officers drawing Grade pay of Rs.4600/- p.m. and above but less than Rs.6600/- p.m Rs.69,089/- Rs.73,234/-
6 Non Gazetted Staff drawing Grade Pay of Rs.1900/- p.m. and above but less than 4800/- p.m Rs.59,233/- Rs.62,787/-
7 Staff drawing Grade Pay less than Rs.1900/- p.m Rs.31,303/- Rs.33,181/-

2. The slab deduction prescribed in BRDB letter NO.BRDB/03/71/92/GE-I dt.01.12.1999 has been removed from Bhutan Compensatory allowance (BCA) vide MEA order No.E.IV/235/3/2010 dated 14.7.2014, Corrigendum No.E.IV/235/3/2010 dated 21.7.2014 as conveyed vide BRBD letter No.BRDB/03/71/2010/GE-I dated 2.3.2015

3. All other terms and conditions for drawal of Bhutan Compensatory Allowance including depression of 6% for Officers and 4% for personnel Below Officer Ranks as stipulated in BRDB’s letter No.BRDB/03/71/91/GE-1 dated 22nd September 2006 shall remain unchanged

4. This issues with the concurrence of Addl FA(AK) & JS as IFA(DAD), vide Dy.No.3024/Addl FA(AK)&JS dated 15.12.2016.

Yours faithfully,

(Rita Dogra)

Director (DAD-Coord)

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Restructuring of SAS Examination System: CGDA Circular

Restructuring of SAS Examination System: CGDA

OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER GENERAL OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
CENTRE FOR TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT (CENTRAD)
OPPOSITE ARMY BASE HOSPITAL, BRAR SQUARE, DELHI CANTT – 110010

Most Important Circular

WEBSITE/ WAN

No.AN/ SAS/ 16200 / Restructuring/ 2016

Dated: 06.01.20 17

To
All the PCsDA, including Principal IFAs
All Controller of Defence Accounts including IFAs
The Pr. Controller of Accounts(Fys.), Kolkata and
All Controllers of Finance and Accounts(Fys.)
Including Chief Internal Auditors

Subject: Restructuring of SAS Examination System.

The present SAS Rules have come into force with the approval of MoD(Fin) vide their ID No.26(1)/C/2007 dated 08.03.2007. Since then nature of audit and account in the department have undergone a paradigm shift from conventional regulatory audit to propriety audit with efficient utilization of information technology resources. The introduction of IT projects like SUGAM, TULIP, DOLPHIN, AASHRAYA etc. and updating of procurement manuals have led to transformation of the working environment of our offices and also necessitated us to be more vigilant and well acquainted with upcoming changes. In today’s era of Information Technology and percolation of IFA System to the lowest services formation, one of the primarily role of the department is as financial manager. Departmental candidates are promoted to the grade of Assistant Accounts Officer after passing of SAS Examination.

They being a first line supervisor are primarily responsible for efficient managing of the section and forms the cutting edge of the core functions of the department.

2. Keeping in view the changing requirements of skill sets at first supervisory level as well as various changes in the department during last decade including revision of Office Manuals, more focus on financial advice, implementation of various IT modules as well as issue of various government instructions, a need has been felt to review the existing system of SAS Examination. Accordingly, a committee was constituted under the chairmanship of Dr. G. D. Pungle, IDAS, PCDA (O) Pune. The Report of the Committee is appended as Annexure – ‘A’ to this circular. It has been decided that following issues needs to be deliberated by all Principal Controllers / Controllers and commented upon:

 

i) The present concept of screening the genuine candidates through Preliminary Test may be looked into and a candidate need not to pass preliminary examination more than once in his / her career.

ii) For increasing and expending domain knowledge in the functioning of the client organisation/ customers for enhancing and enriching the department work in Audit and IFA, training material for understanding the Defence Services /Organisation is to be prepared by liaison with the Services Training Institutes.

iii) At present a candidate is required to Secured 40% Marks in each paper and 45% in aggregate in SAS Part-I and SAS Part-II Examination. Further, in SAS Part-II Examination there are 02 qualifying papers of Office Communication (Paper-VIII) and Fundamentals of EDP (Paper-IX). In these qualifying papers, a candidate is to secure 40% Marks only and their marks are not accounted for in the aggregate. As drafting and computer skill is one the predominant areas in today’s working environment, which a supervisor is invariably required to excel, the qualifying papers may be considered to be a part of mainstream papers and their marks could be added to the aggregate.

iv) Learning, being a continuous process and is essential for the all – round development, a chapter regarding learning skill in paper of Office Communication may be introduced or feasibility of
the same be explored.

v) Keeping in View the deficiency at AAO level, the Viability of conducting SAS Part-II examination more than once in a year into may be examined.

3. In View of the foregoing, it is enjoined upon all the Principal Controllers and Controllers to examine the recommendations of the Committee and offer their considerate View on restructuring of SAS Examination System by 27.01.2017. In case, it is observed that some other issues merits inclusion in the proposed syllabus and pattern of examination which will strengthen the examination system, the same may also be elucidated with full justification for further deliberation.

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(Sangeet)
Sr.Dy.CGDA (SAS)

Source: CGDA.NIC.IN Click here to view/download Annexure – ‘A’

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Grant of one-time relaxation from the ceiling of 5% for compassionate appointments in the Ministry of Defence – BPMS

Grant of one-time relaxation from the ceiling of 5% for compassionate appointments in the Ministry of Defence – BPMS

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions

05-January-2017 17:08 IST

Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh delegation meets Dr Jitendra Singh

A delegation of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh’s Industrial Unit, “Bharatiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh”, held a meeting with Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh here today and sought his intervention for grant of one-time relaxation from the ceiling of 5% for compassionate appointments in the Ministry of Defence. The delegation also requested the Minister to issue directions to expedite the follow-up pertaining to LTC cases pending in the DoPT.

The members of the delegation sought to draw Dr Jitendra Singh’s attention to an earlier meeting with him wherein they had brought to his notice that there is 5.85 lakh sanctioned strength of Defence Civilians, but the existing strength is only 3.98 lakh as mentioned in the report of 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC). Thus, there is a deficiency of 1.87 lakh civilian manpower and there are about 20,000 aspirants who are seeking appointment on compassionate grounds. The members of the delegation recalled that Dr Jitendra Singh had given a positive response to them and subsequently also written to the Defence Minister to take cognizance of the issue.

As per an OM of the Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT), there is a provision to give compassionate appointment to one of the dependants for the survival of the family in case the employee unfortunately dies during the service period leaving the family behind. But the provision for such appointment is limited to 5% of the vacancies, as a result of which, according to the members of delegation, a large number of wards are kept waiting for appointment on compassionate ground because of the ceiling.

The delegation referred to an earlier letter written by Dr Jitendra Singh to the Minister of Defence, Shri Manohar Parrikar wherein the former had requested for intervention by the Defence Ministry so that the DoPT could accordingly proceed in the matter. They requested Dr Jitendra Singh to take up the issue once again with the Ministry of Defence so that their demand could be addressed. Dr Jitendra Singh assured the members of delegation that he would again seek the views of the Minister of Defence and try to work out whatever feasible.

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Representation of Defence Civilian Employees Federations regarding misinterpretation of Revised Pay Rules 2016 leading to incorrect pay fixation of employees

Representation of Defence Civilian Employees Federations regarding misinterpretation of Revised Pay Rules 2016 leading to incorrect pay fixation of employees

Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Department of Defence
D (Civ I)

Subject: Representation of Defence Civilian Employees’ Federations regarding misinterpretation of Revised Pay Rules 2016 leading to incorrect pay fixation of employees – reg

The Defence Civilian Employees’ Federations have reported that the Accounting Authorities in the Defence Estts.are misinterpreting the provisions of CCS(RP) Rules,2016 leading to anomalous pay fixation of the defence employees. The Federations have demanded that clarification may be issued to the Defence Estts. to enable them to issue correct pay fixation orders of the employees, on the basis of the options exercised by them.

2. Taking into account these reports, MoD has sent a proposal to MoD (Finance) to seek clarification about the manner of fixation of pay through illustrations prepared by this office The said proposal for seeking clarification has been sent to MoD(Finance) on 5.12.2016. A copy of this proposal is enclosed for information. In view of the complaints of incorrect pay fixation in defence establishments, it is requested that tile clarification on this subject from Ministry of Finance/ MoD (Finance) may please be communicated to various Accounting Authorities under the control of CGDA to avoid any inconsistencies in the matter of pay fixation

sd/-
(Pawan Kumar)
Under Secretary
Tele.23012414

Source: http://bpms.org.in/

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Permanent Commission to Women

Permanent Commission to Women

Eligible women officers who are being inducted into Ground Duty branches are considered for grant of permanent commission at par with their male counterparts based on a gender neutral policy with uniform Qualitative requirements (QRs).

Permanent commission (excluding Medical and Dental Branch) have been granted to 10177 officers in the IAF as on 01.12.2016.

A total number of 336 women officers (excluding Medical and Dental branch) have been granted permanent commission till date.

The criteria for allotting permanent commission (PC) in the IAF are based on a gender neutral policy. The eligible officers for grant of PC are considered by a Board of Officers constituted at Air Headquarters based on their suitability, willingness, medical category, availability of vacancies and position in merit etc.

This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Dr Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shrimati Poonamben Maadam in Lok Sabha today.

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Grant of OROP benefits – Status as on 12th November 2016

Defence Minister reply to Lok Sabha regarding number of Beneficiaries of OROP as on 12 November 2016

Defence Minister reply to Lok Sabha – Unstarred question No.1696

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
DEPARTMENT OF EX-SERVICEMEN WELFARE
LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO.1696
TO BE ANSWERED ON THE 25TH NOVEMBER, 2016

ONE RANK ONE PENSION

1696. DR. SATYAPAL SINGH:

SHRI BHARTRUHARI MAHTAB:
SHRI DEEPENDER SINGH HOODA:
SHRI N.K. PREMACHANDRAN:
SHRI K.C. VENUGOPAL:
SHRI RAHUL SHEWALE:
SHRI SUNIL KUMAR SINGH:
SHRIMATI KAMLA DEVI PAATLE:
SHRI PR. SENTHIL NATHAN:
SHRI SANGANNA AMARAPPA:

Will the Minister of DEFENCE be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Ex-Servicemen are being paid enhanced pension after the implementation of One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme, if so, the details thereof along with the total number of Ex-Servicemen benefited under the scheme;

(b) the total allocation of funds made and utilised under the scheme during the financial years 2015-16 and 2016-17;

(c) whether the Government has received requests / suggestions / objections / grievances from Ex-Servicemen associations on certain shortcomings in the said scheme,if so, the details thereof and the action taken by the Government thereon;

(d) whether it has come to the notice of the Government that an Ex-Servicemen committed suicide due to the denial of the benefit of the scheme, if so, the details of enquiry conducted and its outcome thereof; and

(e) the other steps taken / being taken for effective implementation of the scheme?

ANSWER

MINISTER OF DEFENCE (SHRI MANOHAR PARRIKAR)

(a) Yes, Madam. Details of the beneficiaries of OROP benefits, as on 12.11.2016 are as under:-

No. of cases paid (1st
installment and lump
sum payments)
Amount
disbursed
(Rs. in Crores)
No. of cases
paid 2nd
installment
Amount
disbursed
(Rs. in Crores)
19,43,606 3939.41 14,02,755 2081.56

(b) Details of the allocation and utilization of funds under OROP are as under:

Financial Year Allocation under OROP Utilization on account of arrears of OROP
2015-16 No separate allocation
made under OROP
Rs.3000 crores (approx.)
2016-17 Rs.12456 crores Rs.3020.97 crores
(as on 12.11.2016)

(c) Yes, Madam. Around 3200 representations for addressing the anomalies on OROP were received from individuals / Associations which were examined and issues referred to the Judicial Committee on OROP for its recommendations. The Committee has submitted its report on 26.10.2016.

(d) Ex-Subedar Ram Kishan Grewal had committed suicide at Delhi on 01.11.2016. On enquiry regarding payment of the benefits of OROP to him, the pension disbursing bank has informed that he was drawing pension @ Rs.22,608/- p.m. He was entitled for revised pension under OROP @ Rs.25,634/- p.m. The total amount of arrears of Rs.53,978/- on account of implementation of OROP has been credited to Bank Account of Late Ex Subedar Ram Kishan Grewal on 08.11.2016.

(e) Public Grievance Cell in the Department is receiving grievances of the pensioners / family pensioners and taking up the matter with the concerned offices e.g. Controller General of Defence Accounts, Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Pension), etc for redressal of their grievances. Disposal of grievances is monitored at the highest level in the Government.

Source : Loksabha

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6th CPC DA Orders – Armed Forces Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank including NCs(E)

6th CPC DA Orders – Armed Forces Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank including NCs(E)

Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 01.07.2016 to Armed Forces Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank including NCs(E) continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/grade pay as per 6th pay Central Pay Commission

F.No.1(2)/2004/D (Pay/Services)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence

New Delhi, 23rd November, 2016

To
The Chief of the Army Staff
The Chier Of the Air staff
The Chief of the Naval Staff

Subject: Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 01.07.2016 to Armed Forces Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank including NCs(E) continuing to draw their pay in the pre-revised pay scale/grade pay as per 6th pay Central Pay Commission.

Sir,
I am directed to refer to this Ministry’s letter No. 1(2)/2004/D (Pay/Services) dated 18rh April, 2016 on the subject cited above and to say that the President is pleased to decide that the Dearness Allowance payable to Armed Forces Officers and Personnel Below Officer Rank, including Non-Combatants (Enrolled), shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 125% to 132% with effect from 1st July, 2016.

2. The provisions contained in paras 2, 4 and 5 of this Ministry’s letter No. 1(2)/2004/D(Pay/Services) dated 25th September 2008 shall continue to be applicable wvhile regulating Dearness Allmvance under these orders.

3. This letter issues with the concurrence of Finance Division of this Ministry vide their Dy. No.1/3/2008-E-II(B), dated 21.11.2016 based on the Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) No.1/3/2008-E-II(B), dated 9th November, 2016.

Yours faithfully,
sd/-
(Prashant Rastogi)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

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GoAir offers a 10% discount on base fares for serving and retired personnel of Defence, Paramilitary, Police and their departments

10% Discount in GoAir for Defence Personnel

GoAir offers a 10% discount on base fares for serving and retired personnel of Defence, Paramilitary, Police and their departments.

Defence Promotion

GoAir offers a 10% discount on base fares for serving and retired personnel of Defence, Paramilitary, Police and their departments. This offer is available across our Network.

This is a gesture in recognizing the services that Indian Armed Forces personnel offer to our country. These special fares will help security forces plan their personal travel in advance and help them stay connected with their friends and families easily. The offer is available exclusively on www.GoAir.in, GoAir ticketing counters, GoAir call centre and all Travel Agent.

Under the offer, the defence, paramilitary and police personnel and their families will have to carry valid identification proof while travelling.

Rebooking or rescheduling of tickets can be done at the current existing fare.

 

Terms & Conditions

Travel Offer only valid for serving and retired personnel of Defence, Paramilitary and Police and their dependents.

Bookings can be made through www.GoAir.in, GoAir ticketing counters, GoAir Call Centre and all Travel Agents.

Kiosk check-in and web check-in is not available for bookings under this fare

Agents can also make defense booking by calling up the call centre.

Tickets are subject to availability.

Defence personnel are required to carry their Defence ID proof. Their dependents need to carry Defence dependent ID proof.

Passengers unable to furnish their Defence ID proof at the time of check-in would be denied boarding and the PNR would be treated as No Show. If the passenger intends to rebook, he can, at the current fare.

This offer cannot be clubbed with any other offer or promotion.

Any other promotional fares other than standard fares are not applicable for this offer.

This offer does not apply for bulk/group bookings.

GoAir reserves the right to cancel/modify/change/alter the offer either partly or fully, at its sole discretion without assigning any reason, whatsoever, at any point prior to completion of the passenger’s journey.

In case of any dispute, the decision of GoAir management would be final and binding

All disputes under this offer are subject to the jurisdiction of Mumbai only.

In addition to the above, Terms and Conditions and Citizen’s charter on www.GoAir.in would apply

– All disputes under this offer are subject to the jurisdiction of Mumbai only.

Source: www.goair.in

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Defence Pension Adalat in Aizawl on 25th and 26th November,2016

Defence Pension Adalat in Aizawl on 25th and 26th November,2016

As per the Annual action Plan of Controller General of Defence Accounts, New Delhi in consultation with the Ministry of Defence, the Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) Allahabad will organise the 144th Defence Pension Adalat at Aizawl (Mizoram) on 25 th and 26 th November, 2016 for redressal of grievances of Defence pensioners including Defence Civilians drawing pension through PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS, TOs and DPDOs in the State of Mizoram and adjoining areas.

Objective

Any Defence Pensioners including Family Pensioners / Defence Civilian Pensioners and their families having any specific grievances relating to sanction or disbursement of Defence pension are requested to submit their representation, in writing, in duplicate to :

Sri S K Sharma,
Pension Adalat Officer
O/o Principal CDA (Pensions),
Draupadi Ghat,
Allahabad-211014,

A format of the representation is given on this website. Applicants are advised to apply as per the format, for easy processing of their applications.

Kindly Note

  • Applications can either be sent by post or by E-Mail
  • Photocopies of Pension payment order, Corr PPO, discharge certificate (wherever required) and other documents must be enclosed
  • Each application will be allotted a unique Adalat Registration Number. The same should be quoted in all future correspondence.
  • Incomplete and unsigned representations will be rejected.

The Date of the Pension Adalat on 25 th and 26th November, 2016 at Station HQ, Aizawl.

TA/DA expenditure will not be reimbursed to the pensioners/individuals attending the Adalat for redressal of their pension related problems.

Source : PCDA

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Recovery of electricity charges from domestic consumers in Defence

Recovery of electricity charges from domestic consumers in Defence

OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER OF DEFENCE ACCOUNTS
UDAYAN VIHAR, NARANGI, GUWAHATI-781171

No.E/I/Tech/LF/114/Vol-III

Dated: 27/10/2016

To
AO GE/ AO BSO
C/O 99 APO

SUBJECT : Recovery of electricity charges from all domestic paying consumers – Officers/JCOs/ORs and equivalent.

Reference :- HQ CGDA , Delhi Cantt letter No. 18020/AT-X/XXXVII dated 20/10/2016.

It has been observed by the CGDA , New Dehi during analysis of information of recovery of electricity charges / consumption from all domestic paying consumers that significant number of stations impose electricity charges at flat rates. It has also been observed that no billing is being done in large no of cases in respect of PBORs on the pretext of free consumers.

2. In this connection, it is intimate that flat rates are applicable in the case of not functioning / faulty meters or in case of non-installation of meters. As per GOI MOD letter No. 9(1)/2005/D(Works-II) dated 25th October 2005, only 100 units per month of electricity are free for Officers/JCOs/ORs and its equivalent. Excess of free electricity will be charged as per rates applicable at the station . E-in-C’s Branch has also clarified that fixed charges /meters rent etc are to be recovered from consumers, if charged by Local Civil Authorities. In such conditions charging at flat rates / no billing may cause huge revenue loss to the Govt.

3. It is , therefore , requested to looked into the matter personally in consultation with their respective GEs/BSOs to strictly adhere to the Govt orders on recovery of electricity charges from domestic consumers in Defence. In case, faulty meters are not repaired or not installed , such cases may be considered for inclusion in MFAI Report.

4. Please accord Priority.

(K Lalbiakchhunga), IDAS
Asstt. Controller

Defence Order

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Differences on perfect definition of OROP: Major Navdeep Singh

Differences on perfect definition of OROP :  Defence ministry has remained a labyrinth – not easy to tame: Major Navdeep Singh

With political parties trading charges on the suicide of ex-soldier Ram Kishan Grewal on OROP, emotions are running high on both sides. Major Navdeep Singh, advocate in Punjab and Haryana high court, who was a member of the defence minister’s committee of experts to review service and pension matters which submitted its report in 2015, talked to Nalin Mehta about the OROP controversy and why the ministry of defence needs urgent reforms:

What is the current problem with OROP implementation which could have led to this suicide?

There are conflicting reports about the sad demise of the veteran. Some seem to suggest that he was perturbed about non-release of the approved pension under the OROP scheme by his bank. If that is the case, then it is really unfortunate since that would mean that an amount legally approved by the government was not disbursed to him.

Overall the ministry of defence claims to have disbursed Rs 5,507 crore in two instalments for OROP. Apart from other issues, the problem also seems to be in the distribution mechanism down the chain, particularly at the level of bank branches. This needs to be fixed.


Government is implementing OROP but what about the larger veteran demand that what they have got is one rank many pensions, not one rank one pension?

Various sides have differed upon the perfect definition of OROP. Many veteran organisations have interpretational differences with OROP as notified, including the periodicity of revision. Then there were serious anomalies in OROP tables which were being looked into by a judicial committee. The committee has submitted its report. I think all sides should hold their horses till this is processed. In case, there still are problems, tackle them through remedies provided under law rather than politicise a sensitive subject. A democracy provides full opportunity to exercise legal rights in case of dissatisfaction. I personally do not agree to an approach of excessive emotional rhetoric which has the propensity of stoking discontent.


What about disability pensions and the controversy on downgrading of status? How does that square with the pedestal armed forces are being put on?

The disability pension controversy was shockingly unfortunate and its origin was the twisted data and a sadistic interpretation provided to the 7th Pay Commission on disabled soldiers. In case disabilities in the defence services are increasing due to a higher stress and strain of military life, the answer is to take steps to check the deteriorating health profile and increase the payouts to compensate loss of health, not to slash disability pensions! Ditto for status issues since such moves are unilaterally imposed and result in deleterious effect on morale.

Chest thumping and governmental downgrading can’t go hand in hand. Does government’s left hand not know what it is doing?

Irrespective of the party in power, the ministry of defence has remained a labyrinth which is not easy to tame. There are structural problems wherein the defence services or even other stakeholders are not a part of the decision-making process and a one-sided view is provided to the higher layers. There is no opportunity granted to rebut or check the veracity of what is put up to decision-making authorities. It is not that one hand does not know what the other is doing, actually one hand does not let the other know what it is doing.

What kind of reforms do we need to fix the problems in MoD?

Two very simple suggestions without tinkering with the basic structure. First, the decision-making should be collegiate: probably by a ‘Defence Board’ chaired by the defence minister with a total of three-five members, with inputs of neutral personalities and experts wherever required. When files move up, these should be referred to all stakeholders for their comments so that nobody is able to hoodwink the decision-makers by mischief. Second, there is no institutional mechanism currently for the political executive to know the pulse of the problems of serving defence personnel and veterans, like there is for civil employees and pensioners. This assumes even higher importance since defence personnel (rightly) cannot form associations. Hence, a participative system akin to the Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM) for civil employees should be constituted to resolve grievances.

Similarly, the government had admirably constituted a standing committee for veterans in October 2014 which was to meet after every three months, but the lower bureaucracy has ensured that not even one meeting has taken place till date. The current defence minister appears to be keen to take the bull by the horns, but all personalities should support him in a politically neutral manner rather than pinpricking him all the time.

Via: Times of India Blog

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7th CPC Defence Pension Calculation Method with Illustrations

7th CPC Defence Pension Calculation Method with Illustrations

 

DESW Order No. 17(01)/2016-D(Pen/Pol) Dated on 29.10.2016, Annexure-A (Refer Para 5.1)

 

Illustrations:

 

(i) Pensioner ‘A’ retired as Col. (T8) at last pay drawn of Rs. 48730/- plus Grade pay Rs. 8700/- plus MSP Rs. 6000/- on 30.9.2009 under the 6Ih CPC regime in Pay Band-IV.

 

Sl. No. Particulars Amount in Rs.
1 Basic Pension fixed in 6th CPC at the time of retirement (w.e.f. 1.10.2009) 31,715
2 Existing Pension on 31.12.2015 (after re-fixing under OROP Scheme) 36,130
3 Revised Pension fixed under 7th CPC (using a multiple of 2.57 of SI No. 2 above) 92,855

 

(ii) Pensioner ‘B’ retired as Havildar Group ’E’ at last pay drawn of Rs. 13307- on 30.6.1994 under the 4th CPC regime in the Pay Scale of Rs. 1020-2541270-30-1420: 

 

Sl. No. Particulars Amount in Rs.
1 Basic Pension fixed in 4th CPC at the time of retirement (w.e.f. 1.7.1994) 629
2 Basic Pension revised in 6th CPC 5,023
3 Existing Pension on 31.12.2015(after  re-fixing  under OROP  Scheme.) 7,808
4 Revised Pension fixed under 7th CPC (using a multiple of 2.57 of SI No. 3 above 20,067

 

(iii) Family pensioner ’C’ of capt with qualifying service of 20 years 06 months (Post 2006) 

 

Sl. No. Particulars Amount in Rs.
1 Ordinary Family Pension fixed in 6th CPC (w.e.f. 24.9.2012) 9,687
2 Existing Ordinary Family Pension on 31.12.2015(after re-fixing under OROP Scheme) 9,687
3 Revised Ordinary Family   Pension fixed under 7th CPC (using a multiple of 2.57 of Sl No. 2 above) 24,896

 

(iv) Family pensioner ’D’ of Lt. Col with qualifying service of 25 years 07 month(Post 2006)

 

Sl. No.
Particulars Amount in Rs.
1 Special Family pension fixed in 6th CPC w.e.f. 20.2.2014 37,788
2 Special Family Pension  on 31.12.2015(after re-fixing under CROP Scheme) 39,376
3 Revised Special Family   Pension fixed under 7th CPC (using a multiple of 2.57 of Sl No. 2 above) 1,01,197

 

(v) Pensioner ‘E’ retired as Lt. Col with qualifying service of 20 year 06 month and basic pay of Rs. 49260, MSP Rs. 6000 and Grade pay Rs. 8000. His disability is 30% (Post 2006):

 

Sl. No. Particulars Amount in Rs.
1 Basic Pension fixed in 6th CPC at the time of retirement (w.e.f. 24.9,2014.) 31,630
2 Existing Pension on 31.12.2015(after re-fixing under OROP Scheme) 31,305

(Not beneficial)

3 Existing Pension on 31.12.2015(after re-fixing under OROP Scheme) 31,630
4 Revised Pension fixed under 7th CPC (using a multiple of 2.57 of Sl No. 3 above) 81,290

 

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