Saturday, September 29, 2012


Instructions regarding date of birth/age of family pensioners.

No.1/23/2012-P&PW (E)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. & Pensions
Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare

3rd floor, Lok Nuyak Bhavan,
Khan Market, New Delhi
Dated: 27.9.2012

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Instructions regarding date of birth/age of family pensioners.

This Department has issued instructions vide OM No.38/37/08-P&PW(A), dated 21.5.2009, 11.8.2009, 25.6.2010 & 28.9.2010, OM No.1/19/11-P&PW(E), dated 3.8.2011 and OM No. 1/23/2012-P&PW(E), dated 13.09.2012 for consideration of date of birth/age for grant of additional pension/family pension to old pensioners/family pensioners. Certain documents i.e. PAN Card. Matriculation certificate, Passport, CGHS Card, Driving Licence, Voter’s ID Card and Aadhaar Number issued by UIDAI have been allowed to be accepted in this regard.

2. For revision of an old PPO, date of birth of family pensioner is a mandatory field in the software. Some queries have been received in this Department regarding clarification whether these instructions are applicable for accepting date of birth/age of the spouse at the time of revision of PPOs.

3. It is hereby clarified that the above instructions are applicable at the time of issue/revision of a PPO for a family pensioner irrespcetive of the age of the family pensioners at that time. It is further clarified that in case the exact date of birth is not available in the PPO/office records, the age of the family pensioner as on 1st January may be taken same as what she/he had completed in the previous year. For example. if a family pensioner completes the age of 54 years in 2012, her/his age as on January, 2013 may be taken as 54 years and PPO may be revised accordingly.

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(Sujasha Choudhury)
Deputy Secretary









Payment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees - Revised Rates effective from 1.7.2012.

 

No.1(8)/2012-E-II(B)
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure

North Block, New Delhi
Dated: 28th September, 2012

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Payment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees - Revised Rates effective from 1.7.2012.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Ministry’s Office Memorandum No.1(1)/2012-E-II (B) dated 3rd April, 2012 on the subject mentioned aboe and to say that the President is pleased to decide that the Dearness Allowance payable to Central Government employees shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 65% to 72% with effect from 1st July, 2012.

2. The provisions contained in paras 3, 4 and 5 of this Ministry’s O.M. No.1(3)/2008-E-II(B) dated 29th August. 2008 shall continue to be applicable while regulating Dearness Allowance under these orders.

3. The additional installment of Dearness Allowance payable under these orders shall be paid in cash to all Central Government employees.

4. These orders shall also apply to the civilian employees paid from the Defence Services Estimates and the expenditure will be chargeable to the relevant head of the Defence Services Estimates. In regard to Armed Forces personnel and Railway employees, separate orders will be issued by the Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Railways, respectively.

5. In so far as the persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department are concerned, these orders issue in consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

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(Anil Sharma)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

Source: www.finmin.nic.in

Friday, September 28, 2012

Poor management of SCOVA 21 meeting on 27th Sept.2012


SCOVA-21st meeting which started on 27.09201 at N. Delhi, in a healthy atmosphere with positive attitude expressed by the Honouarable MOS Shri V. Narayanasamy was after the departure of the Minister spoiled by unhealthy interruptions & comments on other members by one of the members claiming the sole right to speak &represent Rly Pensioners. 

As the convener could not contain this gentlemen, other members could not express themselves freely . Thus even truncated agenda could not be discussed satisfactorily. Administrative side enjoyed it.Perhaps it was planned to be so.

However, following are the hightlights.



1. MOS Shri V. Narayanasamy announced that henceforth SCOVA will be held twice a year & that he will ensure minimum pension of Rs1000/- PM to EPS 95 beneficiaries. Minister also took note of the difficulties of CGHS beneficiaries at Banglore, Mohali & J&K and also of the difficulties being faced by Pensioners at Ranchi due to there being no Central Pension Processing centre of SBI in the state
2. In reply  to  appeal by  S.C. Maheshwari  to the Honorable  minister,  to apply to all pre 2006 pensioners the cabinet  decision of 24.9.2012 taken  in case of defence Pensioners . Secy.AR, PG. & Pension replied : “Some decision being taken which will be communicated within few days”
3. It is finally decided that 19 P&T dispensaries will be merged with CGHS
4. Incase there is no record/documents available to prove genuineness of the person(other than spouse) Claiming family pension. Legal  heir  certificate issued by the competent court shall be accepted.
5. Issued of revised PPO shall  be expedited . Pensioners/Family pensioners should apply for revised PPO if not already applied.
6.Case of pre 1996 Pensioners who retired from the 4th CPC scale of 4500-7000  will be discussed with Railway Board officers on 28.09.2012
7. RELHS facilities to divorced & widowed daughter: Director Health (Plg)Railway Board will do the needful
8. Online g  grievance redressal through CPENGRAM/dissemination of information in real time :All departments assured of action to improve the situation.
9. Two family pensions to widows of re-employed ex servicemen
10. Widening the Scope of Pension Adalat: As per DOP&PW : All matters relating to the Pensioners/family Pensioners can be taken up by the Pension Adalat except cases involving purely legal points and grievances involving Policy matters
11.Smart Cards issued to RELHS beneficiaries in Delhi/NCR will continue And will be revalidated
Secy. General BPS



Thursday, September 27, 2012

SCOVA-27.09.2012-Highlight


    SCOVA-27.09.2012-Highlight


Bottom of Form
1. MOS Shri V. Narayanasamy

2. In reply  to  appeal by  S.C. Maheshwari  to the Honorable  minister,  to apply to all pre 2006 pensioners the cabinet  decision of 24.9.2012 taken  in case of defence Pensioners . Secy.AR, PG. & Pension replied : “Some decision being taken which will be communicated within few days”

3. It is finally decided that 19 P&T dispensaries will be merged with CGHS

4. Incase there is no record/documents available to prove genuineness of the person(other than spouse) Claiming family pension. Legal  heir  certificate issued by the competent court shall be accepted.

5. Issued of revised PPO shall  be expedited . Pensioners/Family pensioners should apply for revised PPO if not already applied.

6.Case of pre 1996 Pensioners who retired from the 4th CPC scale of 4500-7000  will be discussed with Railway Board officers on 28.09.2012

7. RELHS facilities to divorced & widowed daughter: Director Health (Plg)Railway Board will do the needful

8. Online g  grievance redressal through CPENGRAM/dissemination of information in real time :All departments assured of action to improve the situation.

9. Two family pensions to widows of re-employed ex servicemen

10. Widening the Scope of Pension Adalat: As per DOP&PW : All matters relating to the Pensioners/family Pensioners can be taken up by the Pension Adalat except cases involving purely legal points and grievances involving Policy matters

11.Smart Cards issued to RELHS beneficiaries in Delhi/NCR will continue And will be revalidated.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Rs.2300 crore approved to meet the demands of Ex-servicemen pensioners Civilian Pensioners can not be denied the same benefit-We will have to struggle hard for our right



Civilian Pensioners can not be denied the same benefit-

Will have to struggle hard for our rights

Rs.2300 crore approved to meet the demands of Ex-servicemen pensioners

(Release ID :87953)

The Union Cabinet has approved the recommendations of the Committee headed by Cabinet Secretary for benefits to ex-servicemen on four issues. The financial implications of the improvements made as per the Cabinet decision on the four items are broadly estimated at Rs.2300 crore per annum. The details are as follows:

I. One Rank One Pension:

On One Rank One Pension, the demand of the Defence
Forces and Ex-Servicemen Associations is that uniform pension be paid to the Defence Forces personnel retiring in the same rank with the same length of service irrespective of their date of retirement and any future enhancement in the rates of pension be automatically passed on to the past pensioners. 


            The difference in the pension of present and past pensioners in the same rank occurs on account of the number of increments earned by the defence personnel in that rank.  There is also a difference between the pension of pre 1.1.06 and post 1.1.06 retirees belonging to a particular rank.  The UPA Government on two previous occasions has taken decisions to narrow the gap between the present and past pensioners, particularly those belonging to the ranks of JCOs and Other Ranks.

            On the issue of One Rank One Pension, the following have been approved by the Cabinet:

(i)         Bridging of the gap in the pension of pre 1.1.06 and post 1.1.06 JCO/OR retirees by determining the pension of pre 1.1.06 retirees on the basis of notional maximum for ranks and groups across the three Services as in the case of post 1.1.06 retirees.  In addition, the weightage of qualifying service in the ranks of Sepoys, Naik and Havaldar would be increased by two years for both pre and post 1.1.06 retirees.
(ii)        The pension of pre 1.1.06 Commissioned Officer pensioners would be stepped up with reference to the minimum of fitment table for the ranks instead of the minimum of pay band.
           
These are expected to largely meet the demands of the defence pensioners on one rank one pension. 

II.                   Enhancement of Family Pension :

(i)                   The pension of pre - 1.1.2006 family pensioners(Commissioned Officers, Honorary Commissioned Officers, JCOs/ORs ) be stepped up based on the minimum of the fitment table instead of the minimum of the Pay Band;

(i)            Establishing linkage of the family pension with the pension of JCOs/ORs, in those cases where the death takes place after the retirement of the JCO/OR since such a JCO/OR drew a pension based on the maximum of the pay scales, 60% of the pension applicable to JCO/OR pensioners would be granted to the family pensioner in case of normal family pension calculated a 30% of last pay drawn. Accordingly, based on the rank, group and length of service of thedeceased JCO/OR pensioner, his pension would first be determined on notional basis. In cases where death of JCO/OR took place after retirement, the family pensioners in receipt of normal family pension would become entitled to 60% of the said pension determined on notional basis and those in receipt of enhanced family pension will be entitled to 100% of this pension. Similar entitlements would be determined in the case of Special Family Pension; and

(ii)                 The family pensioner of the JCO/OR would be granted pension arrived at on the basis of the family pension worked out as per the formulation at (i) above or the pension on the basis of stepping up with reference to the minimum of the fitment table, whichever is beneficial. Further, the linkage of family pension with retiring pension be applied in the case of post 1.1.2006 family pensioners of JCOs/ORs also.

III.           Dual Family Pension:
Dual family pension would be allowed in the present and future cases where the pensioner drew, is drawing or may draw pension for military service as well as for civil employment.


IV.          Family pension to mentally / physically challenged children of armed forces personnel on marriage:

Grant of family pension to mentally/physically challenged children who drew, are drawing or may draw family pension would continue even after their marriage.

The above recommendations made by the Committee on pension issues of Ex-Servicemen may be implemented from a prospective date and payment made accordingly.

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SH/SKS


Saturday, September 22, 2012

Appointment of Compassionate grounds - clarifications orders issued by Railway Board


Posted: 21 Sep 2012 11:27 AM PDT

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA / BHARAT SARKAR
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS / RAIL MANTRALAYA
(RAILWAY BOARD)

No. E(NG)II/1998/RC-1/64

RBE No.102/2012
New Delhi, dated 14.09.2012

The General Manager (P),
All Indian Railways & Production Units etc.

Sub: Appointment of Compassionate grounds - clarifications — regarding.

Attention is invited to this Ministry’s letters No. E(NG)II/2009/RR-1/10/Pt dated 09.12.2010 and No. E(NG)II/2011/RR-1/11/ dated 09.12.2011 (RBE No.166/2011) regarding educational qualification for recruitment in Pay Band-I of Rs. 5,200-20,200 having Grade Pay of  Rs.1800/- and No.E(NG)II/2011/RC-1/NE/21 dated 06.02.2012 extending the appilcablilty of (RBE No.166/2011) to widows.

2. In partial supersession of Board letter dated 06.02.2012 quoted in para 1 above, it has now been decided that in case of appointment of a widow/wife not fulfilling the requirement of prescribed educational qualification, she will be placed in Pay Band-I (Rs. 5200-20,200 + Grade Pay Rs.1800/- directly without insisting on fulfillment of educational quailfication norms, provided the appointing authority is satisfied that the duties of the post against which she is being appointed can be performed with help of some on job training.

3. In continuation with the above, following points are also clarified:
(i) A person appointed as ‘Trainee’ enjoys the status of a Government servant from initial day and will be allowed all the allowances and benefits allowed to a government servant.

(II) A person appointed as a ‘Trainee’ on compassionate grounds has to acquire minimum educational qualifications in 5 years.

(iii) The probation period of a person appointed as ‘Trainee’ on compassionate ground will begin only from the date he/she acquires minimum educational qualification and such person will be on probation for a period specified in the Recruitment Rules of the post / grade against which he/she is being appointed.

(iv) A ‘Trainee appointed on compassionate ground is entitled to all kinds of leave applicable to a regular Railway servant.

(v) A person appointed as ‘Trainee’ shall be allowed Children Education Allowances per the admissible rates.

(vi) A person appointed as ‘Trainee’ on compassionate ground would not be entitled for Overtime Allowance during the period he/she continue as ‘Trainee’.

(vii) A ‘Trainee’ has the status of Government/Railway Servant from initial day, as such, dependent of a person appointed on compassionate ground as ‘Trainee’ would be eligible for compassionate appointment in the event of his/her death in harness/medical unfitness.

(viii) A 'Trainee’ appointed on compassionate ground, till he/she acquires minimum educational qualification would be allowed increment at normal rates in the pay scale of -IS.

(ix) A person appointed as Trainee on compassionate ground, is eligible to Medical benefits as available to holder of the post in pre-revised Scale of Rs. 4440-7440 without any Grade Pay.

This issues with the concurrence of Finance Directorate.

Please acknowledge receipt.

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(Harsha Dass)
Joint Director Estt. (N)II
Railway Board

Friday, September 21, 2012

Intelligence Bureau blames Maoists for Maruti mayhem


Intelligence Bureau blames Maoists for Maruti mayhem


http://epaper.mailtoday.in/showtext.aspx?boxid=35434750&parentid=53621&issuedate=2192012

News of the day



Expected DA from July 2012 : Cabinet meeting to consider hike in DA postponed


Cabinet meeting to consider hike in DA postponed

The meeting of the Union Cabinet, which was scheduled to consider a 7 per cent hike in dearness allowance to 80 lakh central government employees and pensioners, has been put off to next week.

“The Cabinet, CCEA (Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs) and CCI (Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure) meetings scheduled for Friday, have been postponed,” an official announcement said.

Cabinet meetings usually take place on Thursdays, but they have been postponed apparently in view of the rapid political developments in the aftermath of the government’s decision to hike diesel prices and operationalise its earlier move to allow foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail.

Increasing DA from 65 per cent to 72 per cent to provide relief to 50 lakh central government employees and 30 lakh pensioners was on the agenda of the meeting. It is now likely to be taken up next week.

Once approved, the hike in dearness allowance will be effective from July 1, 2012, and the employees would be entitled to arrears from that date.

The additional burden on exchequer on account of increase in DA would be around Rs 5,000 crore for the eight-month period between July, 2012 and February, 2013. It will be Rs 7,400 crore for the full financial year.

The government had last increased DA in March this year from 58 per cent to 65 per cent, which was effective from January 1, 2012.

The government periodically hikes the DA, which is linked to consumer price index for industrial workers. The consumer price index (CPI) based on movement in retail prices, soared to 10.03 per cent in August, from 9.86 per cent in July.





India to become home to 2nd largest number of senior citizens

Sanjay Sethi, Press TV, New Delhi
India will soon become home to the second largest number of senior citizens in the world. The Indian government does have special schemes, but much more has to be done to take care of the elderly. Sanjay Sethi reports.
About 100 million Indians are above the age of 60 and their numbers is expected to double in next fifteen years. However, after dedicating their prime years to the nation and the society they are feeling neglected and insecure, financially, spiritually and emotionally.


Growing urbanisation and smaller flats has forced them to change their lifestyle. More importantly, the nuclear families have broken family bonds that required parental care to be the responsibility of the children. Some of the elderly prefer to live in old age homes. 

According to a HelpAge India survey 80 per cent of the elderly felt they don’t have a community-based support system and 72 per cent of people above 80 years of age are financially dependent on others.Self-help organisations also complain that in the Indian society there is a general lack of sympathy towards the elders and with real estate prices going through the roof, grabbing a part of their share is becoming common in many families. 

Lack of proper healthcare is one of the biggest problems affecting the elders and according to the governments own data about 10% of them are bedridden and others suffer from various ailments. One quarter of them are depressed, one third suffer from arthritis and 20% have hearing problems. 

Security is another concern as the violent robberies are increasing in the houses where old people are living alone.There is also an old age pension schemes for poor people. However due to corruption and bureaucratic hurdles very few are able to access its benefits. No wonder most of them try to find solace in religious and devotional activities. 

Indian government does have special schemes and tries to provide them with extra benefits though apprised of the problems some state governments are now being hauled up for not having done enough to address this issue. 

Experts say that since 90 percent of senior citizens have no health or social security they will need greater support from the government and private institutions and unless that is done urgently India is going to face serious problems in the years ahead.

International conference on geriology in Bangalore



BANGALORE: An international conference ongeriology, geriatrics medicine and rehabilitation titled "Healthy ageing in the changing world-2012" will be held on September 29, 2012 at JN Tata Auditorium, Indian Institute of Science. H R Bharadwaj, governor, Karnataka, unveiled the brochure for it. 

The current and projected growth of older people over the coming decades is an issue that will have significant health, economic and policy implications at a global level. The conference will deliberate on these issues and a broad range of clinical topics including the latest information on diagnosis, management and treatment for common problems in the ageing population.

The conference would help provide advice and knowledge on making ageing process as harmless as possible. It would also help to distinguish between changes directly connected with normal ageing and changes induced by diseases, including their untypical manifestation.

Speaking about the conference, Dr VP Rao, convener, BioGenesis Health Cluster said: "The conference would also discuss about the contribution of biotechnology to gerontology. Biotechnology is revolutionizing the ageing experience by offering earlier diagnoses, new treatments such as regenerative and genetic interventions and ultimately disease prevention. In the years to come, it may even be possible to address the fundamental causes of the ageing process and prevent or delay the onset of its most important diseases."

The conference is organised by BioGenesis Health Cluster, The Euro-Indian Health Cluster and Federation of Asian Biotech Association (FABA).



Vikram Patel: Mental health for all by involving all

http://www.ted.com/talks/vikram_patel_mental_health_for_all_by_involving_all.html



But beyond the impact of a health condition on life expectancy, we're also concerned about the quality of life lived. Now, in order for us to examine the overall impact of a health condition both on life expectancy as well as on the quality of life lived, we need to use a metric called the DALY, which stands for a Disability-Adjusted Life Year. Now when we do that, we discover some startling things about mental illness from a global perspective. We discover that, for example, mental illnesses are amongst the leading causes of disability around the world. Depression, for example, is the third-leading cause of disability, alongside conditions such as diarrhea and pneumonia in children. When you put all the mental illnesses together, they account for roughly 15 percent of the total global burden of disease.Indeed, mental illnesses are also very damaging to people's lives, but beyond just the burden of disease, let us consider the absolute numbers. The World Health Organization estimates that there are nearly four to five hundred million people living on our tiny planetwho are affected by a mental illness. Now some of you here look a bit astonished by that number, but consider for a moment the incredible diversity of mental illnesses, from autism and intellectual disability in childhood, through to depression and anxiety, substance misuse and psychosis in adulthood, all the way through to dementia in old age, and I'm pretty sure that each and every one us present here today can think of at least one person,at least one person, who's affected by mental illness in our most intimate social networks. I see some nodding heads there.
But beyond the staggering numbers, what's truly important from a global health point of view, what's truly worrying from a global health point of view, is that the vast majority of these affected individuals do not receive the care that we know can transform their lives, and remember, we do have robust evidence that a range of interventions, medicines, psychological interventions, and social interventions, can make a vast difference. And yet, even in the best-resourced countries, for example here in Europe, roughly 50 percent of affected people don't receive these interventions. In the sorts of countries I work in, that so-called treatment gap approaches an astonishing 90 percent. It isn't surprising, then, that if you should speak to anyone affected by a mental illness, the chances are that you will hear stories of hidden suffering, shame and discrimination in nearly every sector of their lives. But perhaps most heartbreaking of all are the stories of the abuse of even the most basic human rights, such as the young woman shown in this image here that are played out every day,sadly, even in the very institutions that were built to care for people with mental illnesses, the mental hospitals.
Well today, I'm very pleased to report to you that there have been many experiments in task shifting in mental health care across the developing world over the past decade, and I want to share with you the findings of three particular such experiments, all three of which focused on depression, the most common of all mental illnesses. In rural Uganda, Paul Bolton and his colleagues, using villagers, demonstrated that they could deliverinterpersonal psychotherapy for depression and, using a randomized control design, showed that 90 percent of the people receiving this intervention recovered as compared to roughly 40 percent in the comparison villages. Similarly, using a randomized control trial in rural Pakistan, Atif Rahman and his colleagues showed that lady health visitors, who are community maternal health workers in Pakistan's health care system, could deliver cognitive behavior therapy for mothers who were depressed, again showing dramatic differences in the recovery rates. Roughly 75 percent of mothers recovered as compared to about 45 percent in the comparison villages. And in my own trial in Goa, in India, we again showed that lay counselors drawn from local communities could be trained to deliver psychosocial interventions for depression, anxiety, leading to 70 percent recovery rates as compared to 50 percent in the comparison primary health centers.
Now, if I had to draw together all these different experiments in task shifting, and there have of course been many other examples, and try and identify what are the key lessons we can learn that makes for a successful task shifting operation, I have coined this particular acronym, SUNDAR. What SUNDAR stands for, in Hindi, is "attractive." It seems to me that there are five key lessons that I've shown on this slide that are critically important for effective task shifting. The first is that we need to simplify the message that we're using, stripping away all the jargon that medicine has invented around itself. We need to unpack complex health care interventions into smaller components that can be more easilytransferred to less-trained individuals. We need to deliver health care, not in large institutions, but close to people's homes, and we need to deliver health care using whoever is available and affordable in our local communities. And importantly, we need to reallocate the few specialists who are available to perform roles such as capacity-building and supervision.
Now for me, task shifting is an idea with truly global significance, because even though it has arisen out of the situation of the lack of resources that you find in developing countries, I think it has a lot of significance for better-resourced countries as well. Why is that? Well, in part, because health care in the developed world, the health care costs in the [developed] world, are rapidly spiraling out of control, and a huge chunk of those costs are human resource costs. But equally important is because health care has become so incredibly professionalized that it's become very remote and removed from local communities. For me, what's truly sundar about the idea of task shifting, though, isn't that it simply makes health care more accessible and affordable but that it is also fundamentally empowering. It empowers ordinary people to be more effective in caring for the health of others in their community, and in doing so, to become better guardians of their own health. Indeed, for me, task shifting is the ultimate example of the democratization of medical knowledge, and therefore, medical power.
Suo motu disclosure on official tours of Ministers and other officials
Posted: 20 Sep 2012 11:07 PM PDT

F.No.1/8/2012-IR
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

North Block, New Delhi, 
dated 11th September, 2012.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Suo motu disclosure on official tours of Ministers and other officials. 

Sub-Section (2) of Section 4 of the RTI Act, 2005 requires every public authority to take steps in accordance with the requirements of clause (b) of sub-section (1) to provide as much information suo motu to the public at regular intervals through various means of communications, including internet, so that the public have minimum resort to use the Act to obtain information. 

2.It has been brought to the notice of this Department that public authorities are receiving RTI applications frequently asking for details of the official tours undertaken by Ministers and other officials of the Ministries/Departments concerned. In compliance with the provisions of Section 4 of the RTI Act, 2005, it is advised that Public Authorities may proactively disclose the details of foreign and domestic official tours undertaken by Minister(s) and officials of the rank of Joint Secretary to the Government of India and above and Heads of Departments, since 1st January, 2012. The disclosures may be updated once every quarter starting from 1st July, 2012. 

3.Information to be disclosed proactively may contain nature of the official tour, places visited, the period, number of people included in the official delegation and total cost of such travel undertaken. Exemptions under Section 8 of the RTI Act, 2005 may be taken in view while disclosing the information. These advisory would not apply to security and intelligence organisations under the second schedule of the RTI Act, 2005 and CVOs of public authorities. 

4. Contents of this OM may be brought to the notice of all concerned. 

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(Sandeep Jain) 
Deputy Secretary