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Friday, July 25, 2014

MEDICAL FACILITIES TO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES: Lok Sabha Q&A

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE
LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 1268
ANSWERED ON   18.07.2014
MEDICAL FACILITIES TO GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES .
1268 . Shri IDRIS ALI
Will the Minister of HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE be pleased to state:-

(a) whether different medical facilities are provided to the Government employees under the schemes Central Services Health Scheme (CGHS) and Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules, 1944 respectively;

(b) if so, the details thereof;

(c) whether the Government proposes to issue single medical card to all Central Government employees/pensioners to get equal benefits for their medical treatment under one-roof; and

(d) if so, the details thereof and if not, the reasons therefor?

Restructuring of certain Group ‘C’ cadres in Railways- matching savings

Restructuring of certain Group ‘C’ cadres in Railways- matching savings

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
RAILWAY BOARD
RBE No. 78/2014
New DeIhi, dated 22-07-2014
No. PC-III/2013/CRC/4

The General Managers/ Director General,
All Indian Railways/ Production Units, RDSO etc. &
Central Training Institutes.
Sub: Restructuring of certain Group ‘C’ cadres- matching savings.
As per Instructions contained in para 12 to 12.2 of Board’s letter of even no. dated 08-10-2013 (RBE No. 102/2013), for implementation of cadre restructuring of Group ‘C’ staff, the matching savings by surrender of posts should be effected from the category itself. Wherever it is not possible to do so from the category itself, the matchtng savings should be arranged from the department at the divisional/zonal level. If the Department/Railways are not able to provide the matching savings, the particular category/department will not be restructured.

Cashless Facility to CGHS Beneficiaries: Lok Sabha Q&A

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE
LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 1275
ANSWERED ON 18.07.2014
CASHLESS FACILITY TO CGHS BENEFICIARIES
1275 . Shri KIRTI (JHA) AZAD
Will the Minister of HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE be pleased to state:-

(a) whether certain CGHS empanelled hospitals have stopped providing cashless facility to the CGHS beneficiaries due to their huge amount of bills pending for payment;

(b) if so, the details thereof and the reasons for their pendency along with the action taken/being taken by the Government for clearance of the bills at the earliest;

(c) the amount spent on major illnesses of CGHS patients during each of the last three years and the current year, State/UTwise including Delhi;

(d) whether the Government has reduced the entitlement cost of certain packages and implants procedures and the CGHS beneficiaries have to pay the difference to the hospitals; and

Rank Pay: New Order by MoD for more monetary benefits

On the rank pay controversy the Attorney General had supported some of the issues raised by the Defence Services on which there was a difference of opinion with the Ministry of Defence on interpretation of the decision of the Supreme Court. 

Taking into account the legal advice tendered by the then Attorney General, the Ministry has issued a fresh letter on the rank pay issue which is to be read in conjunction with the earlier letter.

The Ministry has also agreed that the reduction/deduction of rank pay from the fixation during 5th Central Pay Commission was also incorrect and that the fixation would be rectified for the period of 01st January 1996 and beyond too.

The contents of letter is reproduced below: The letter can be downloaded by clicking here.
See also: Rank Pay Revision & Arrears: Example & Table by PCDA

 34(10/2013/D (Pay/Services) 
Government of India 
Ministry of Defence

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Feedback of BPS & BCPC meeting with 7th CPC: On DA/DR merger, Commission did not agree to discuss and not very positive on Interim Relief


Feedback of BPS & BCPC meeting with 7th CPC: On DA/DR merger, Commission did not agree to discuss and not very positive on Interim Relief.  Contents as published on BPS's Blog:-

BPS and BCPC were the first Pensioners’ organizations to be called for preliminary meeting with 7th CPC on 23rd to discuss the reply to questionnaire, the Memorandum & the allied issue submitted by them. Only 45 minutes were given to each organization. S.C.Maheshwari G.S. BPS /Chairman BCPC had the opportunity to discuss the issues from both the Forums:

Following issues were discussed & explained to the full satisfaction of the Chairman & the members of 7th CPC who were very receptive, patient & themselves actively participated in deliberations which ensued.

At the end Chairman remarked that NCJCM Memorandum is very exhaustive, includes most of the issues raised today & that he will take it as a base for consideration.

1.New Pension Scheme: Response of commission was negative. Commission was apprised of the back ground, its failure in other countries & the fate of EPS 95.They were also informed that it will be acceptable if 50% of last drawn is ensured.

2.Reasonable ratio to be maintained between maximum & minimum salary & Pension and adoption & adoption of common multiplication factor for revision
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