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SERVICES: Observance of Vigilance Awareness Week, 2018 (Oct 29 to Nov 03); Now, beneficiaries can submit feedback on the CGHS services through Mobile App; Forfeiture of Gratuity ….

Observance of Vigilance Awareness Week, 2018 (Oct 29 to Nov 03)
All India Protest Day Sep 19
2% increase in dearness allowance
Now, beneficiaries can submit feedback on the CGHS services through Mobile App
GRATUITY: Forfeiture of Gratuity under Payment of Gratuity Act not automatic on dismissal from service; no forfeiture of gratuity for ‘acts involving moral turpitude’, if not convicted by court of law: SC
Civil Service Examination 2017-Service Allocation List
Date of next increment – Rule 10 of CCS (RP) Rules, 2016
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RECENT ORDERS/JUDGEMENTS

Observance of Vigilance Awareness Week (Oct 29 to Nov 03)

>>> CVC Circular dated 24.09.2018 – Observance of Vigilance Awareness Week, 2018 (Oct 29 to Nov 03)

>>> CVC Circulars

All India Protest Day Sep 19

Sep 18, 2018

DoPT O.M. dated 18.09.2018 – All India Protest Day for 19th September, 2018 – Instructions under CCS (Conduct Rules), 1964 – Regarding

2% increase in dearness allowance

Sep 12, 2018 : Dtf.in
MoF O.M. dated 11.09.2018-Rate of Dearness Allowance applicable w.e.f. 01.07.2018 to the employees of Central Government & Central Autonomous Bodies in the pre-revised pay scale as per 5th CPC * MoF O.M. dated 11.09.2018-Rate of DA applicable w.e.f. 01.07.2018 to the employees of Central Government and Central Autonomous Bodies in the pre-revised pay scale Grade Pay as per 6th CPC * MoF O.M. dated 07.09.2018 – Grant of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees – Revised Rates effective from 1.7.2018. >>> DA Orders

Now, beneficiaries can submit feedback on the CGHS services through Mobile App

Aug 31, 2018 : Dtf.in

CGHS vide its Circular dated 21.08.2018 has launched a Mobile App to enable its beneficiaries to submit their feedback on the services. Initially, this service will be available to the beneficiaries of Wellness Centres (WCs) of Delhi only. This mobile App named ‘CGHS Service Feedback‘ can be downloaded by a CGHS beneficiary from Google Play Store on his mobile.
CGHS beneficiaries can submit their feedback on the following CGHS services:-

1. Registration of beneficiary
2. Consultation with Medical Officer
3, Dispensing of Medicines
4. Dressing Room services
5, Cleanliness of Wellness Centre
6. Punctuality of Staff
7. Behaviour of Staff

A beneficiary can provide the rating on a scale of 1 to 5 and also enter remarks on Ratings less than or equal to 3. The feedback will be monitored by CGHS officials to improve CGHS services only and it is not intended to be a ‘grievance redressal mechanism’.

CMOs In-charge have been requested by CGHS to –   

  • Download the Quick Response Code through a link in In-Charge Module named ‘Feedback QR Code’, take a print out of the same and display it in the WC for the use of the beneficiaries.
  • They may also ensure prominently displaying of the Notice (enclosed with the Circular dated 21.08.2018) for the benefit of beneficiaries who intend to use the Application (App) and
  • Peruse the reports on the feedback available through a link named ‘QR Feedback report‘ in CMO In charge Module.

Steps for using the Application by the beneficiaries are given in the Notice (enclosed with the Circular dated 21.08.2018), as under:-

  • Download the Application (App) named ‘CGHS Service Feedback‘ on your mobile from Google Play Store.
  • First time user should register using the icon with + sign given on the top right of login screen.
  • Enter your name and email ID.
  • Tap on the text ‘Verify’ to confirm your E-mail ID.
  • Enter your desired password.
  • Enter Pass code and the Application (App) is ready to use..

See a copy of CGHS Circular dated 21.08.2018 at: https://dtf.in/download/12123/ >>> https://dtf.in/cghs-circulars-orders/

GRATUITY: Forfeiture of Gratuity under Payment of Gratuity Act not automatic on dismissal from service; no forfeiture of gratuity for ‘acts involving moral turpitude’, if not convicted by court of law: SC

Aug 21, 2018 : Dtf.in
The Supreme Court has held that dismissal from service does not automatically result in forfeiture of gratuity under the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 (Act) and it is subject to Sections 4(5) and 4(6) of the Act. It has been held that the Act must prevail over the Rules on Payment of Gratuity framed by the employer is also a settled position as per Jaswant Singh Gill (supra).  Therefore, the appellant could take recourse to its own Rules, ignoring the Act, for denying gratuity.
It has been further held by the Supreme Court that the  requirement  of  the  statute  is  not  the  proof  of misconduct  of  acts  involving moral  turpitude but  the acts  should constitute  an offence involving moral  turpitude and such offence should be duly established in a court of law.
The relevant extracts from the SC Judgment dated 14.08.2018 are as under:-
20.   In the present case, there is no conviction of the respondent for  the  misconduct  which  according  to  the  Bank  is  an  offence involving moral  turpitude.  Hence, there is no justification for the forfeiture  of  gratuity  on  the  ground  stated  in  the  order  dated 20.04.2004 that  the “misconduct  proved against  you amounts  to acts involving moral turpitude”. At the risk of redundancy, we may state  that  the  requirement  of  the  statute  is  not  the  proof  of misconduct  of  acts  involving moral  turpitude but  the acts  should constitute  an offence involving moral  turpitude and such offence should be duly established in a court of law.
21. That the Act must prevail over the Rules on Payment of Gratuity framed by the employer is also a settled position as per Jaswant Singh Gill (supra). Therefore, the appellant cannot take recourse to its own Rules, ignoring the Act, for denying gratuity.
22. To sum-up,  forfeiture  of  gratuity  is  not  automatic  on dismissal  from service;  it  is subject to sub-Sections (5) and (6) of Section 4 of The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972.
23. Thus, though for different reasons as well, we find no merit in the appeal and it is accordingly dismissed. …”

See copy of SC Judgment at: Court Judgments on Service Matters

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Date of next increment – Rule 10 of CCS (RP) Rules, 2016

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