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7th Pay Commission: Hike in Minimum Pay, Fitment Factor For Central Government Employees in Less Than a Week?
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7th Pay Commission: Hike in Minimum Pay, Fitment Factor For Central Government Employees in Less Than a Week?

India.com
August 10, 2018
7th Pay Commission Latest News: The Central Government employees and retirees who have been waiting for hike of Rs 8,000 in minimum pay and an increase of 3.68 times in fitment factor beyond 7th Pay Commission recommendations are likely to hear a good news on the same by next week. If reports are to be believed, the announcement on a hike in minimum pay and fitment factor can be made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in five days, i.e. on August 15 (Independence Day). Meanwhile, the Maharashtra government employees on Thursday ended their 3-day strike which began on August 7 over various demands including implementation of the 7th Central Pay Commission or 7th CPC report. …

IAS officers see tremendous growth in two areas: Ignorance and arrogance

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16 July, 2018      
Most IAS officers end up as pen-pushers and cynics, with no faith in their contribution.
The Government of India (GoI) has decided to recruit 10 outstanding individuals from the open market with expertise in the areas of (i) revenue; (ii) financial services; (iii) economic affairs; (iv) agriculture, cooperation and farmers’ welfare; (v) road transport and highways; (vi) shipping; (vii) environment, forests and climate change; (viii) new and renewable energy; (ix) civil aviation; and (x) commerce. …

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7th Central Pay CommissionDiscontinuance of overtime allowance except for operational staff

June 26, 2018 : Dtf.in
According to the Department of Personnel & Trg.’s O.M. dated 19.06.2018, it has been clarified by the Dept. of Expenditure that the Government has decided that given the rise in the pay over the years, the recommendations of the 7th CPC to discontinue OTA for categories other than Operational Staff and industrial employees who are governed by statutory provisions may be accepted. Accordingly, it has been decided to implement the aforesaid decision of the Government on Overtime Allowance across all the Ministries/ Departments and attached and subordinate office of the Government of India. The following definition shall be used to define Operational Staff.
“All non-ministerial non-gazetted Central Government servants directly involved in smooth operation of the office including those tasked with operation of some electrical or mechanical equipment.”
The concerned Administration Wing of the Ministries/ Departments will prepare a list of operational Staff with full justification based on the above parameters for inclusion of a particular category of staff in the list of operational staff with the approval of JS (Admn.) and Financial Adviser of the concerned Ministry / Department. The grant of OTA may be linked to biometric attendance subject to the conditions mentioned below.
“a)  OTA should be paid only when his/ her senior officer directs the concerned employee(s) in writing for staying back in office to attend urgent nature of work.
b) The OTA will be calculated on the basis of biometric attendance.
c) The OTA for Staff Car Drivers should be linked with biometric system as normally, the designated parking is allotted in the office building. However,  in cases where the parking lot is provided far from  office,  the  Staff  Car  Driver would mark his/ her attendance wJ:t.ile leaving from his office and a grace time of not exceeding 2 hours should be allowed to cover the distance travelled after leaving office, including the µme to drop the officer and then  reaching  the parking  In such cases, calculation can be  done from log books, duly verified by the officer concerned.
d) The OTA to field officials should be calculated on the basis of biometric attendance, as normally, such officers are given facility of official transport to attend the field work. Such officers are supposed to report in office before proceeding to field. In cases, where officials are required to attend the field work directly from home, they may be extended facility of official transport from home in lieu of transport allowance and OTA may be given on the basis of the log book of that vehicle, duly verified by their senior officers.”

To see copy of the DoPT O.M. dated 19.06.2018, please click here. >>> Pay & Allowances-Orders

Reservation NewsSC/ST quota in promotions also applies to states: Centre

Timesofindia.indiatimes.com
Jun 14, 2018
NEW DELHI: The personnel department will issue a direction to all states to follow reservation for SC/STs in promotions in government jobs, Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on Wednesday, announcing a decision taken by an informal group of ministers.
Paswan said the Supreme Court’s nod to the Centre to resume quotas in promotions will be applicable to government jobs at the Centre and in states. “There was some confusion following queries as to whether the SC’s direction will be applicable only to the Central government. There is no confusion now. Both the Centre and states will follow the procedure of reservation in promotion,” the minister said. …

ExecutivesPrivate Sector Professionals Can Be Bureaucrats, 10 Senior Posts Open

The notification from the Department of Personnel Training says it is looking for 10 “outstanding individuals” who are willing to contribute towards nation building.
Ndtv.com
June 10, 2018
New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government has now opened the doors of bureaucracy to skilled people from the private sector, inviting applications for 10 senior-level posts. The post of the joint secretary — crucial to policy making and implementation of government programmes — is filled by career bureaucrats, who usually join the service after passing exams conducted by the Union Public Service Commission.
The idea of lateral entry into bureaucracy has been under discussion on and off for years, but this is the first time it has been acted upon. The government has said it is keen on it to bring in “fresh ideas and new approaches to governance”. …

CGHS: Consideration of medical reimbursement claims in excess of approved rates; High Powered Committee for Grievance redressal pertaining to medical claims

May 26, 2018 : DTF.in

Consideration of medical reimbursement claims in excess of approved rates

The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare have issued instructions in modification of the instructions, contained in para 2 of its O.M. No.4-18/2005- C&P [Vol. 1-Pt (1)], dated the 20th February 2009, as under:

a) The requests for full reimbursement which fall under the following defined criteria shall be examined by Directorate General of CGHS and submitted to AS&DG (CGHS) for consideration of approval. After the recommendation of AS&DG (CGHS), the concurrence of Internal Finance Division and approval of Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare are required for reimbursement in excess of CGHS rates:

1)  Treatment was obtained in a private unrecognized hospital under emergency and the patient was admitted by others when the beneficiary was unconscious or severely incapacitated and was hospitalized for a prolonged period.
2)  Treatment was obtained in a private unrecognized hospital under emergency and was admitted for prolonged period for treatment of Head Injury, Coma , Septicemia, Multi­ organ failure , etc.
3)  Treatment was obtained in a private unrecognized hospital under emergency for treatment of advanced malignancy.
4)  Treatment was taken under emergency in higher type of accommodation as rooms as per his/her entitlement are not available during that period.
5)  Treatment was taken in higher type of accommodation under specific conditions for isolation of patients to avoid contacting infections
6)  Treatment was obtained in a pri vate unrecognized  hospital  under emergency when there is a strike in Govt. hospitals.
7)  Treatment was obtained in a private unrecognized hospital under emergency while on official tour to non-CGHS covered area.

b) The requests from CGHS beneficiaries, having a valid CGHS Card at the time of treatment, in respect of the following conditions shall be considered by a High Powered Committee constituted by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare:

(i)  Settlement of medical claims in relaxation of rules
(ii)  Approval for air-fare with or without attendant on the advice of treating doctor for treatment in another city even though he/she is not eligible for air travel / treatment facilities are available in city of residence
(iii)  Representations from  CGHS  beneficiaries  seeking  full  reimbursements  under special Circumstances, which are not notified.

c) The other terms and conditions mentioned in the OM No.4-18/2005- C&P[Vol. 1-Pt(l)] dated the 20th February 2009 shall remain unchanged.

MoH&FW O.M. dated 22.05.2018 – Relaxation of Rules for consideration of reimbursement in excess of the approved rates pertaining to medical claims >>> CGHS Circulars

High Powered Committee for Grievance redressal pertaining to medical claims

A High Powered Committee for Grievance redressal of CGHS beneficiaries pertaining to their medical claims has been constituted by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in compliance of the directions of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in their Judgement in the WP(Civil) No. 694 of 2015 filed by Sh. Shiva Kant Jha Vs Uol delivered on 13th April 2018, as per the details given under:

i. Special Director  General   ………………………………………………Chairperson
ii. Directorate General, CGHS or his nominee ……………………. Member
iii. Additional Director, CGHS(HQ) / …………………………………Member
      Addl. DDG(HQ), CGHS
iv. Addl. Director, CGHS(R&H) …………………………………………Member Secretary
v. One Government Specialist ……………………………………………Member 
(of concerned Speciality)    

2. The High Powered Committee shall however, consider the representations of only those CGHS beneficiaries having a valid CGHS Card.
3. High Powered Committee shall meet once in a month and action on the decisions taken shall be completed within seven days of meeting, with the concurrence of the IFD, wherever, it is deemed necessary.
4. The High Powered Committee shall consider the grievances pertaining to the settlement of medical claims of CGHS beneficiaries holding a valid CGHS card at the time of treatment and to examine the requests pertaining to approval of reimbursement under the following conditions:

a) Settlement of medical claims in relaxation of rules
b) Approval for air-fare with or without attendant on the advice of treating doctor for treatment in  another  city  even  though  he/she is  not  eligible  for  air  travel / treatment facilities are available in city of residence
c) Representations from CGHS beneficiaries seeking full reimbursement under special Circumstances, which are not notified.

MoH&FW O.M. No.Z.15025/38/2018 /DIR/CGHS/EHS dated 22nd May, 2018 – Constitution of High Powered Committee for Grievance redressal of CGHS beneficiaries  pertaining to medical claims >>> CGHS Circulars

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