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Grant of family pension to a disabled Child/sibling-clarification reg


RBE No.22/2016
Government Of India (Bharat Sarkar)
Ministry Of Railways (Rail Mantralaya)
(Railway Board)
No.F(E)III/2005/PN1/32
New Delhi, Dated 24.02.2016
The GMs/FA & CAOs
All Indian Railways/Production Units.
(As Per Mailing List)
Subject: Grant of family pension to a disabled Child/sibling-clarification regarding.
A copy of Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare (DOP&PW)’s O.M.No.1-18-2001-P&PW(E) (Vol.II) dated 27.01.2016 on the above subject is enclosed for information and compliance. These instructions shall apply mutatis mutandis on the Railways also. DOP&PW’s O.M.No.1/2/09-P&Pw(E) dated 30.12.2009, O.M.No.1/18/01-P&PW(E)(Vol.II) dated 30.09.2014 and 05.11.2015 have been adopted/Circulated vide Board’s letters of even number dated 15.01.2010, 27.10.2014 and 11.01.2016 respectively.
Sd/-
(sanjay Prashar)
Deputy director finance (Estt.) III
Railway Board.
No.1/18/2001-P&PW(E)(Vol.II)
Government Of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G.& Pensions
Department of pension & Pensioners Welfare
3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhavan
Khan Market, New Delhi
the 25th January 2016/27 Jan 2016
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Sub: Grant of family pension to a disabled Child/Sibling – clarification sought by Ministry of Railway – reg.
The undersigned is directed to refer to Ministry of Railway Office Memorandum No.F(E)III/2005/PN1/32, dated 9th December, 2015 seeking the following clarifications;
If in a case the employee/Pensioner or his/her spouse did not furnish/intimate the details of the handicapped child to the pension Sanctioning Authority during their lifetime and after the death of his/her parents, family pension is claimed by a handicapped child, in this case whether the family pension will be admissible if he/she;
(a) Produces a medical certificate issued after death of his/her parents.
(b) Produces a medical certificate issued before the death of his/her parents but the same is not as per rules.
2. It had been clarified previously, vide O.M.No.1/2/09-P&PW(E), dated 30th December, 2009 that non-intimation of physical/mental handicap does not make a person ineligible for family pension.
3. A disability certificate issued after the death of the employee/Pensioner or his/her spouse for a disability which existed before their death may be accepted by the appointing authority if he is a satisfied that (i) it renders him or her unable to earn a living (ii) he/she was suffering from that disability on the crucial date, i.e., on the date of death of pensioners/employee or his spouse, whichever was later.
4. If a disability certificate has been obtained for a permanent disability previously, there is no requirement of obtaining a disability certificate afresh as has already been made clear in rule 54 (6) and this department’s O.M.No.1/18/01-P&PW(E)(Vol.II), dated 30th September, 2014 and 5th November 2015.
5. It is also clarified that the criteria for disabled siblings is same as above.
6. This issues with the approval of competent authority.
Sd/-
(D.K.Solanki)
Under Secretary to the government of India
Phone: 24644632

Download:- Grant of family pension to a disabled Child/sibling-clarification reg – RBE No.22/2016

FAMILY PENSION IS THE RIGHT OF WIFE AND NOT THE DISCRETION OF HUSBAND


Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Implementation of 7th CPC: Comments of the Ministries/Departments on Recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission-Request to Expedite -List of Nodal officers attached

Implementation of 7th CPC: Comments of the Ministries/Departments on Recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission-Request to Expedite

F No.30-1/2016-IC
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
Implementation Cell (7th CPC)

Dated: 15th February 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Comments of the Ministries/Departments on Recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission-Request to Expedite-regarding.


All the Ministries/Departments, vide the D.O.No.1-4/2015-EIII.A dated 21.11.2015 from Joint Secretary (Pers), Department of Expenditure were requested to formulate their views/comments on the issues and the posts/services under them with reference to the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission and forward it to the Department of Expenditure within a period of three weeks.

2. The action involved on part of the administrative Ministries/Departments was also discussed, in detail, in the meeting with the Nodal Officers on 02.02.2016 and all the Nodal Officers were requested to furnish their comments in the ‘prescribed proforma’ circulated in the meeting, along with soft copy to the ‘jsic-cpc@nic.in within two weeks i.e. by 17.02.2016. The responses received so far are not satisfactory and comments of the most the Ministries/Departments are still awaited.

3. The Implementation Cell which is working as the secretariat of the Empowered Committee of Secretaries (E-CoS) has been asked to furnish considered views of the Ministries/Departments on the recommendations of the 7th CPC.

4. In view of the above, the comments of the Ministries/Departments may be furnished to the Implementation Cell. Department of Expenditure, immediately.

This may be treated as most urgent.

(R.K.Chaturvedi)
Joint Secretary (IC)
Tel: 26116646
Email-jsic-cpc@nic.in

Source/View/Download: http://www.finmin.nic.in/

Nodal Officers of Ministries/Department for Implementation of 7th CPC Recommendations
S No.
Ministry/Department
Nodal Officer
Address
Tel No./ E mail
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare
Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers WelfareShri Rajesh Kumar Singh, JSR No. 244, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi- 1jsseeds-agri@nic.in
T: 23381503,
F: 23387669
Department of Agricultural Research and EducationShri G.R. Deshbandhu, Sr. Dir (Admn.)Ministry of Agriculture, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi- 1grdeshbanhu.icar@gov. in
23384774 (Telefax)
Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and FisheriesShri Sanjay R. Bhoosreddy, JSR No. 190-A, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi- 1jspf-dadf@nic.in Telefax: 23382354
2.Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH)Shri Anil Ganeriwala, JSB-Block, GPO Complex, AYUSH Bhawan, INA, New Delhi- 23jsakg-ayush@nic.in T:24651939 F:24651954
3.Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers
Department of Chemicals and Petro ChemicalsMs. Ranjana Kale, Economic AdvisorR No. 230, A Wing, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhir.kale@nic.in 23387761
Department of FertilizersDr. A.K. Padhee, JSShastri Bhawan, New Delhiak.padhe e@nic.in 23382528
4.Ministry of Civil AviationSmt. Usha Padhee, Joint Secretary (Admn.)R No. 351, 3rd Floor, Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan, New Delhiusha.padhee@nic.in
24617692
5.Ministry of CoalShri Vivek Bharadwaj, JSShastri Bhawan, New Delhivivek.b@ni.in 23383356
6.Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Department of CommerceShri Narain Das, JSR No. 279-B, Deptt. Of Commerce, Udyog Bhawan, New Delhidass.narain@nic.in 23063050
Department of Industrial Policy and PromotionShri Atul Chaturvedi, JSR No. 135, Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi- 1atul.chaturvedi@nic.in 23062983
7.

Ministry of Communication and Information Technology
Department of TelecommunicationShri S.C. Sharma, DDG (C&A)R No. 315, Sanchar Bhawan, New Delhi, Deptt. of Telecomsuresh.s@nic.in T: 23372446,
F: 23372447
Department of PostsMs. Manju Pandey, DDG(R&P)R No. 206, Department of Posts, Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg, New Delhi-1ddgrecruitment@indiap ost.gov.in
23096101
Department of Electronics and Information TechnologyShri Rajiv Kumar, JS, DeitYElectronics Niketan, 6, CGO Complex, New Delhirajiv.kmr@deity@gov.i n
r.aghashe@nic.in 24363078
24363099(F)
8.Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
Department of Consumer AffairsShri Rama Sastry, JS(A)R No. 365A, IIIrd Floor, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhijs-ca@nic.in 23386666
Department of Food and Public DistributionShri Subhasish Panda, JS(Admn.)R No. 184, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhipandas@ias.nic.in T: 23382625
F: 23388302
9.Ministry of Corporate AffairsShri A. Asholi Chalai, JSR No. 513, B Wing, 5th Floor,
Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi 1
asholi.chalai@nic.in 23389785
10.Ministry of CultureShri Sanjiv Mittal, JS(Ad.)R No. 219, C Wing, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi- 1sanmit123@gmail.com 23382331
11.

Ministry of Defence
Department of DefenceShri Ashok Dongre, JS(Esst/PG)R No. 97, South Block, New Delhidongre03@hotmail.co m
T:23792043, F: 2013787
Department of Defence ProductionShri Sanjay Prasad, Joint SecretaryR No. 135, South Block New Delhippsjses-mod@gov.in relan1964@gmail.com PH: 23013694,
Fax: 23017862
Department of Defence Research and DevelopmentDr. A.K. Singh, Director,Institute of Nuclear Medicine & Allied Sciences, Brig. S.K. Mazumdar Marg, Delhi 110054director@inmas.drdo.in T: 23492418,
23905104,
F: 23919509
12.Ministry of Drinking Water and SanitationShri Satyabrata Sahu, JS4th Floor, Paryavaran Bhawan, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-3jstm@nic.in 24361043
24364113
13.Ministry of Earth SciencesDr. K.G. Ramesh, Scientist ‘GOpp. India Habitat Centre,Prithvi Bhavan, Lodhi Road, New Delhikg.ramesh@nic.in 24669524
14.Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate ChangeShri Sanjiv Kumar, JSJ 305, Jal Block, 3rd Floor, Indira Paryavaran Bhawan, Jor Bagh, New Delhijsadmn-mof@gov.in 24695268
24695288(F)
15.Ministry of External AffairsShri Sibi George, Joint Secretary4095, Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan, New Delhijsad@mea.gov.in 23014086
23014743(F)
16.



Ministry of Finance
Department of Economic AffairsSh. S. Selvakumar, JS(ABC)R No. 34-C, North Block, New Delhi- 1jsabc-dea@nic.in 23093881
Department of ExpenditureMs. Annie George Mathew, JS(Pers)North Block, New Delhi- 1mathewag@nic.in 23093283
Department of RevenueShri Udai Singh Kumawat, JSR No. 46, North Block, New Delhi- 1jsrev@nic.in 23094595
Department of DisinvestmentShri Ravi Agrawal, JS(A)R No. 210, Block No. 11, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-3ravi.agrawal@gov.in T: 24368044 F:24368502
Department of Financial ServicesShri Alok Tandon, Joint SecretaryJeevan Deep, Parliament Street, New Delhitandon@nic.in T: 23344462,
F: 23366797
17.Ministry of Food Processing IndustriesShri Parag Gupta, Joint SecretaryR No. 207, Panchsheel Bhawan, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi- 110049parag.gupta@gov.in T: 26492032,
F: 26492176
18.Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Department of Health and Family WelfareShri Ali R. Rizvi, JS(Ad.)Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi- 1ar.rizvi@nic.in 23061447
Department of Health ResearchShri R.P. Meena, JS(Ad.)IRSC Building, 2nd Floor, Red
Cross Road, New Delhi- 1
rpmeena.health@gov.in 23736083 (Telefax)
19.Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
Department of Heavy IndustryShri Rajesh Kumar Singh, Joint SecretaryR No. 150, Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi- 11singh.rk1967@nic.in T: 23063740, F:
23062207
Department of Public EnterprisesShri Rajesh Kumar Chaudhry, JSPublic Enterprises Bhavan, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-3chaudhry.rk@nic.in 24360672
20.

Ministry of Home AffairsKumar Alok, JS(P-I)North Block, New Delhijsp-mha@nic.in 
23092514
V.Vumlungmang JS(P-II)jsp2-m ha@nic.in 23092478
Hitesh Kumar S. Makwana
JS(UT)
jsu t@nic.in
23092630
21.Ministry of Human Resource DevelopmentShri Praveen Kumar, JS (Admn.)R No. 230, C Wing, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhipraveen.kumar@nic.in
T: 23383432,
F: 23381264
22.Ministry of Information and BroadcastingShri Mihir Kumar Singh, JS(P&A)Room No 545, A wing Shastri Bhawan New Delhi-110001.singhmk2@ias.nic.in 23384453
23.Ministry of Labour and EmploymentShri Devender Singh, Economic AdvisorR No. 212, Sharam Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhidev.singh@nic.in 23766904
24.


Ministry of Law and Justice
Department of Legal AffairsShri Ramayan Yadav, JS & LAR No. 411, A Wing, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi- 1ramayan.yadav@nic.in
T:23071014,
F: 23070248
Legislative DepartmentShri Udaya Kumara, JSR No. 436 A Wing, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhiudaya.kumara@nic.in 23389163
25.Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium EnterprisesShri Manoj Joshi, JSUdyog Bhawan, New Delhijs.sme@nic.in manoj.joshi@nic.in 23063283
26.Ministry of MinesShri Niranjan K. Singh, JS322, A Wing, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhijse-mines@nic.in
23384886
23388487(F)
27.Ministry of Minority AffairsShri Dinesh Singh Bist, JS(PP&A)11th Floor, Paryavaran Bhawan, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi- 3ds.bist87@gov.in
dsingh_bist@yahoo.co.in
24364271,
24369217(F)
28.Ministry of New And Renewable EnergyShri Tarun Kapoor, JS(Admn..)R No. 202, IInd Floor, Block No. 14, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-3tarun.kapoor@nic.in

T:24360359, F:24367861
29.Ministry of Overseas Indian AffairsSmt. Sutapa Majumdar, Economic Advisor934, Akbar Bhawan, Chanakyapuri, New Delhiecoadv@moia.nic.in 26874241
30.Ministry of Panchayati RajShri I.S. Chahal, JSJevan Prakash LIC Building, K.G. Marg, New Delhi- 1is.chahal66@nic.in 23753819
31.Ministry of Parliamentary AffairsDr. Satya Prakash, JS,R No. 87, Parliament House , New Delhi- 1jsmpa@gov.in
T:23034734
F: 23792067
32.

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and TrainingMs. Archana Varma, JSNorth Block, New Delhivermaa@ias.nic.in 23093668
Department of Administrative Reforms and Public GrievancesMs. Kiran Puri, JS(Ad.)Deptt. Of AR & PG, 5th Floor, S.P. Bhawan, Sansad Marg, New Delhipuri.kiran@nic.in 23360369
Department of Pensions and Pensioners WelfareSmt. Vandana Sharma, JS3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan, New Delhivandana.sa@nic.in 24625540
33.Ministry of Petroleum and Natural GasShri Sandeep Poundrik, JSR No. 208(B)-A, A Wing,
Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi
jsr.png@nic.in 23386935
34.Ministry of Planning--
35.Ministry of PowerShri Satish Kumar, JS(Ad.)Sharam Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi- 1satish@arpg.nic.in 23716020
36.Ministry of RailwaysSmt. Neera Khuntia, EDPC-IIR No. 325(A), Railway Board, DFCCIL Building, Pragati Maidan Metro Station, New Delhi- 1edpc2@rb.railnet.gov.i n
Telefax: 23370081
37.Ministry of Science and Technology
Department of Science and TechnologyMrs. Anita Chauhan, JSDeptt. Of Science & Technology, Administrative Block, Technology Bhawan, New Mehrauli Bhawan, New Delhi- 16anitachauhan@nic.in T:26516077,
F: 26515637
Department of Bio-TechnologyShri Chandra Prakash Goyal, JS 243629826th – 8th Floor, Block No. 2,
CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi- 3
cpgoyal@nic.in 24362982
38.Ministry of ShippingShri Barun Mitra, JS(Ad.)1, Parliament Street, Transport Bhawan, New Delhibarunmitra@nic.in 23356712
39.Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
Department of Social Justice and EmpowermentShri Shyam Kapoor, JSR No. 637, A Wing, 6th Floor,
Shastri Bhawan, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road, New Delhi- 1
shyam.kapoor@nic.in T: 23073552
Department of Empowerment of Persons with DisabilitiesShri Awnesh Kumar Awashthi, JS5th Floor, Paryaravan Bhawan,
CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
jsda-msje@nic.in 24369056
40.Ministry of Statistics and Progamme ImplementationNot sent
41.Ministry of SteelShri T. Srinivas, JS(Estt.),Udyog Bhawan, New Delhit.srinivas@nic.in 23063872
42.Ministry of TextilesMs. Babni Lal, Economic AdvisorR No. 236B, Udyog Bhawan, New Delhibabnilal@nic.in 23061330
43.Ministry of Tribal AffairsShri Ashok Pai, Joint Secretary,Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi- 1ashokpai@nic.in 23073489
44.Ministry of Urban DevelopmentShri Brij Kumar Agarwal, JS(Ad.)R No. 307 Ç’, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi- 11brijkumr.mhupa@nic.in
23061630
 Shri R.K. Gupta, JS(Pen.Riv/Parl)R No. 626, B Wing, Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi-1dirgw-mowr@nic.in 23708150(Telefax)
45.Ministry of Youth AffairsShri Lalit Kumar, Joint SecretaryR No. 114, C Wing, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhilalitk.gupta@nic.in 23384441
46.

Department of Atomic EnergyShri Sanjeev Sood, JS (I&M)Anushakti Bhavan, C.S. Marg, Mumbai- 400001jsim@dae.go.in
022- 28440309/22862533

022 22838640(F)
47.Department of SpaceShri S. Kumaraswamy, JSAntariksh Bhawan, New BEL Road, Bangalore-560094skswamy@isro.gov.in
suja.suzy@gmail.com
080 22172303
080 23511829 (F)
080 23415328 (F)
48.Cabinet SecretariatShri R.P. Singh, JS, R&AWResearch & Analysis23796623
Sh. P. Stobdan, Joint DirectorARCexcavata@gov.in 24362581 24362276(F)
Brig Rajiv Sethi, Deputy DirectorSFFrajivsethi31@gmail.com
26108975
49.President’s SecretariatDr. Thomas Mathew, Addl. SecyPresident’s Sectt, Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi-4mathew.thomas@rb.nic
.in 23793302
50.Prime Minister’s OfficeShri Anurag Jain. JSR No. 49, South Block, New Delhianurag.jain@gov.in 23014547, 23018997(F)
National Technical Research Orgnisation (NTRO)Shri Ashwani Kumar Sonik, JS(Pers)Block-III, Old JNU Camps, New Delhi- 6726122269, 26126102,
26162270(F)
51.Comptroller and Auditor GeneralShri Khalid Bin Jamal, Principal Director (Staff)O/o of CAG, 9, Deendayal Upadhyay Marg , New Delhijamalkb@cag.gov.in 23238592
2326513(F)
52.Union Public Service CommissionShri Ravi Shankar, JS(AAV)UPSC, R No. 103, Ayog
Sachivalaya Building, Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi
raviy2kshankar@gmail
.com 23070831
53.Vice President’s SecretariatShri Ashok Dewan, DirectorVice President’s Secretariat, New Delhiashok.dewan@nic.in 23093478
54.Central Information CommissionShri Anil Kumar Gehlot, JSAugust Kranti Bhawan, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi- 66jsmore-cic@nic.in 26183997
55.Election Commission of IndiaShri Sudeep Jain,Sectt. of Election Commission of India, Nirvachan Sadan, Ashoka Road, New Delhi- 1sudeep.jain@eci.gov.in T: 23052232,
F: 23052234
56.Andaman and NicobarShri N.K. Sharma, Secretary(Rural Development)A&N Administration Secretariat, Port Blair- 744101homesecy.and@gmail.c om
T: 03192 233205
F: 03192 232479
79.Central Vigilance CommissionShri Salim Haque, Addl. SecretarySatarkata Bhawan, Chanakyapuri, New Delhishaque@nic.in 24651867

Source:http://www.finmin.nic.in/the_ministry/dept_expenditure/notification/7cpc/List_Nodal_Officers_7CPC.pdf 


Monday, February 22, 2016

2.8 lakh of its pensioners above 80 years, Railways want to run a chec - See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/2-8-lakh-of-its-pensioners-above-80-yrs-railways-want-to-run-a-check

2.8 lakh of its pensioners above 80 years, Railways want to run a check

The inspectors, all railway employees, have been asked to visit the houses of all pensioners in this age bracket, obtain their signatures and, if possible, that of their neighbours as witnesses to certify that the beneficiary is alive.


According to government figures, the next in line in this pension segment is the defence ministry, which is far behind with 42,000 pensioners.
Facing a cash squeeze and a bulging pension bill, the Railways have launched a first-of-its-kind exercise to physically verify whether all its retired employees, aged between 80 and 100 years, are still alive.
Starting this month, hundreds of “Welfare Inspectors” have been fanning out to track down each of the 2.86 lakh former employees in this age group, who form 20 per cent of the Railways’ total pensioner population of 13,75,483 and draw a combined pension of at least Rs 8,000 crore.
The inspectors, all railway employees, have been asked to visit the houses of all pensioners in this age bracket, obtain their signatures and, if possible, that of their neighbours as witnesses to certify that the beneficiary is alive.
“Legally, every pensioner is supposed to provide physical proof of life to banks every year to continue drawing pension.
The system works fine. But looking at the huge numbers and considering the age group in question, we just want to rule out the possibility of any irregularity there,” a senior Railway Board official told The Indian Express.

- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/2-8-lakh-of-its-pensioners-above-80-yrs-railways-want-to-run-a-check/#sthash.297rrdZw.dpuf

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Sunday, February 21, 2016

NORTHERN RAILWAY IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR NORTHERN RAILWAY PENSIONERS

NORTHERN RAILWAY
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR NORTHERN RAILWAY PENSIONERS

All the Pensioners/Family Pensioners of Northern Railway may kindly following additional information for updating the pensioner’s data base being maintained by Pension Section at Baroda House: -
 a) Name as in Pension Payment Order: —————————————–

b) Pension Payment Order Number: —————————————–

c) Current Address for communication: —————————————–

d) Name of the pension Drawing Bank: —————————————–

e) Saving Bank Account Number: —————————————–

f)  Mobile Number: —————————————–

g) Email id: —————————————–

h) Aadhar Number: —————————————–

i) Income Tax Permanent Account Number: —————————————–

The above information may kindly be sent by post or email to Sr. AFA (pension), Office of FA&CAO, Northern Railway, Baroda House, New Delhi-110 001.
All the pensioners’/family pensioners are also requested to updated the information mentioned at (c), (f), (h) and (i) with their pension drawing bank branches.
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Saturday, February 20, 2016

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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Implementation of ‘One Rank One Pension’ to Defence pensioners.

Stepping up of notional full pension w.e.f. 01.01.2006 instead of 24.09.2012 for the purpose of Dearness relief and additional pension for absorbee pensioners.


No.4/38/2008-P&PW (D)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
(Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare)

3rd Floor, Lok Nayak Bhawan
New Delhi-110 003.
Dated the 17th February, 2016

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:-Restoration of 1/3rd commuted portion of pension in respect of Government servants who had drawn lumpsum payment on absorption in Central Public Sector Under takings/Central Autonomous Bodies — Stepping up of notional full pension w.e.f. 01.01.2006 for the purpose of Dearness relief and additional pension for old pensioners.

  Orders for revision of 1/3 rd restored pension of absorbees, who had drawn lumpsum payment on absorption, were issued vide this Department O.M. of even number dated 15.92008 as amended/ modified vide OM No. 4/30/2010-P&PW(D) dated 11.07.2013. As per these memorandums, the full pension of the absorbees was notionally revised w.e.f. 01.01.2006 in accordance with the instructions contained in this Department O.M. No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 01.09.2008. The payment of DR and additional pension to old pensioners is regulated on the basis of the notional full pension.

2. Instructions were issued vide this Department’s OM No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 28.01.2013 for stepping up of the pension .of pre-2006 pensioners w.e.f. 24.09.2012. Accordingly, the notional full pension of the absorbee pensioners was also stepped up w.e.f 24.09.2012 in accordance with the instructions contained in the aforesaid OM dated 28.01.2013 vide this Department’s OM of even number dated 03.04.2013.

3. Instructions have now been issued vide this Department’s OM No 38/37/08- P&PW(A) dated 30.07.2015 for revision of pension/ family pension of all pre-2006 pensioners/ family pensioners in accordance with this Department’s OM dated 28.01.2013 with effect from 01.01.2006 instead of 24.09.2012. Accordingly, the notional full pension of absorbee pensioners would also be revised in accordance with the instructions contained in aforesaid OM dated 30.07.2015 w.e.f. 01.01.2006 instead of 24.09.2012 and dearness relief and additional pension for old pensioners would be admissible on such revised notional full pension.

4. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure vide their I.D. No. 1(5)/EV/2012 dated 18.01.2016.

(Harjit Singh)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

Source: Pensioners Portal
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D3/D03ppw/ppwd_17022016.pdf]

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Some bureaucrats do nt understand that they will also retire one day!



Some bureaucrats do nt understand that they will also retire one day!

“16/2/16 Secy ARPG agreed 2hold pensnrs assn mtg w.r.2, 7thCPC.Thanks 2 him. However, JS annoyed with my twits reminded me of conduct rules.”
twitter.com|By BPS-Sarup Maheshwari

NEWS Flash: PENSIONERS WIN ANOTHER BATTLE

NEWS Flash:
PENSIONERS WIN ANOTHER BATTLE Contempt Petition - Government agrees to implement within one month the judgement of the CAT for full Pension to Pre 2006 Pensioners after 10/ 20 years of Service

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Three retired defence officers booked for ‘fraud’- misuse of pensioners money alleged

GURGAON: THE CASE WAS REGISTERED AGAINST A RETIRED MAJOR GENERAL, A GROUP CAPTAIN AND A WING COMMANDER 
The Gurgaon police has registered a case of fraud against three retired defence officers, including a retired major general, for allegedly siphoning off ` 14 lakh from the Indian Ex- servicemen Movement (IESM) — a society of defence personnel and their families and is involved in the ‘one rank one pension’ agitation.
The accused and the complainants are members of the IESM, the police said.
The complainant Lt Gen Raj kadyan, a resident of Sector 17A and chairman of the society, alleged that the accused had taken a lot of cash from the society funds between January and July 2013.
The case was re gistered against three retired defence personnel — a major general , a group captain and a wing commander — at the Palam Vihar police station on Monday. The police said the case was registered on the directions of a Gurgaon court .
Lt Gen Raj Kadyan ( retd), chairman of the IESM, and the major general, who is the vice-chairman of the society, formed the IESM in 2008 and various other ex- servicemen groups also aligned with the organisation.
The society account is being maintained at a private bank in Sector 23A. Apart from the complainant, the accused were the other signatories for operating the account, the police said.
According to the police, the funds in the account were contributed by officers and their widows.
Inspector Sandeep Kumar, SHO of Palam Vihar, said, “We have registered a case and are conducting an investigation. No arrest has been made so far.”
Despite repeated attempts, complainant Kadyan was not available for comment.
The major general, one of the accused in the case, refuted all allegations. “These allegations are baseless and the account has been audited by an independent authorised accountant. We have worked as per law. I was not aware that a case has been registered against me. Earlier, a lower court had rejected the case filed by the complainant,” he said.
The Gurgaon education department on Tuesday said that the private school, whose principal has been accused of molesting a minor girl, did not seek permission from the department before opening the building.
The officials also said there are no records of the school with the education department.
On February 6, the Gurgaon police arrested the 72-year-old principal of Aarsha Public School in Ashok Vihar for allegedly molesting an eight-year-old student.
The accused was identified as Ram Gopal Sharma, a former junior warrant officer of the Indian Air Force.
According to the police, the incident came to light when the girl returned home after school on February 5 and narrated the incident to her father.
The girl said Sharma called her to his office when she was on her way to her classroom after lunch break. When she entered his office, he allegedly touched her inappropriately and used obscene words, the girl told the police.
Once the incident came to light, the education department initiated an inquiry. After the initial investigation, the department found that the school, which has been functional for more than three years, did not receive any permission or seek authorisation before opening.
“We have checked all the records with the department and no document of Aarsha Public School was found. According to us, the school does not exist. The department will take appropriate and stringent action against the school authorities and check why the school did not seek permissions before opening the building,” said Prem Lata, district elementary education officer.
Hindustan Times (Gurgaon)
10.02.2016

Sunday, February 7, 2016

CPENGRAMS

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Pensioners' grievances

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Thursday, February 4, 2016

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF JOINT SECRETARY (IC) WITH NODAL OFFICERS HELD ON 2ND FEBRUARY, 2016

A meeting of all the Nodal Officers Of various Ministries/DepartmentS, who have been appointed to interact with the Implementation Cell in connection with the processing of the recommendations of the Central Pay Commission, was held on 02.02.2016. Joint Secretary (IC), Department of Expenditure, presided over the meeting

2. While explaining the background and the context in which the meeting of Nodal Officers was held, it was brought Out in the meeting that after the receipt of the report Of the 7th Central Pay Commission on 19.11.2015, Ministry of Finance initiated a proposal to setup an appropriate mechanism to process the recommendations Of the Commission. With the approval Of the Cabinet. an Empowered Committee Of Secretaries (E-COS) headed by the Cabinet Secretary has been set up on 27.1.2016 to screen the recommendations and to firm up the conclusions for approval Of the Cabinet. An Implementation Cell (IC), as a dedicated and focused wing in the Department Of Expenditure (DOE) has been created to work as the Secretariat for the E-CoS.

3. AS the recommendations Of the Commission relate to various Ministries/ Departments, their views/comments would be essential to process the matter for submitting the same before the E-CoS. JS(Pers), D/o Expenditure wrote a D.O. letter to the Secretaries Of various Departments on 21.11.2015, wherein all the Departments were requested to formulate their views/comments on the recommendations of the Commission pertaining to them after taking into account the representations of the Staff Associations and also to nominate a Joint Secretary level Nodal Officer for interaction with the Implementation Cell. While a number Of Ministries/Departments have sent their comments and nominated their Nodal Officers, the comments received from some Ministries are simply in the nature of forwarding the representations of the Staff Associations without their comments.

4.In the above background, JS(IC) explained that there was a need for all the Ministries/Departments to furnish their comments in a structured format so that their collation and analysis could be placed before E-COS in a systemic manner. Accordingly, JS(IC) impressed upon the following action points to be acted upon by the Nodal Officers to enable an expeditious processing of the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission:

(i) Departments who have not yet nominated a Nodal Officer, should do it within the next 2 days.

(ii) To be ensured that Nodal Officers are not changed midway, unless extremely unavoidable.

(iii) Nodal Officers may get acquainted with the recommendations of the Commission as specifically applicable to their Departments. Nodal Officers to find out which Wing/Office (attached or subordinate or UT) is concerned with the recommendations of the Commission. The mechanism of Nodal Officers should also be put in place in attached/ subordinate/lJTs so that the comments of such offices could be properly coordinated at the level Of the Department concerned without any further delay.

iv) The comments Of the attached/subordinate offices/UTs should be compiled by Nodal Officers at the Department level itself.

(v) Nodal Officers to take note of any representation or demand Of the Staff Association under the administrative purview Of their Department, Nodal Officers to ascertain the views/comments of the concerned Office on the recommendation Of the Commission in the light Of the representation /demands raised by the Staff Association.

(vi) In case, there is any need for consultation with the Staff Association at the level Of the Department, the same may be done as per the assessment Of the Department.

(vii) Thereafter, the formal views/comments of the Department should be sent to the Implementation Cell (IC) on the recommendations of the and directly related to that Commission, which are specifically Department.

(viii) In case, the Department is of the view that any recommendation which are specifically related to their Department. need any modification, adequate justification in clear-cut terms should be brought out while sending the comments to the Implementation Cell (IC),

(ix) In case of any modification, the extra financial implications (per annum) over the recommendation Of the Commission should be Clearly indicated.

(x) If no modification Of the recommendations Of the Commission is suggested, approval Of the Secretary of the Department should be Obtained before sending the recommendations to the Implementation Ceil (IC). If, however, any modification is suggested, approval of the Minister should be obtained.

(xi) While the views/comments of the Departments on the recommendations Of the Commission directly and specifically applicable to that Department are mandatory. a Department is free to offer views/comments on the recommendations which are Of general nature or concerning other Departments.

(xii) Besides sending the comments/views of the Department in the running format, the same should also be sent to the Implementation Cell (IC)in the ‘prescribed proforma’ within two weeks. The soft copies of the same should also be sent through email. The email id of JS(IC) is : jsic- cpc@nic. in

(xiii) Nodal Officers shoud regularly keep a watch on the website Of the Finance Ministry at the link http://www.finmin.nic.in/the ministry/dept expenditure/notification/7cpc/index.asp. E-mails Should also be checked regularly for the purpose. The updates/further action to be taken shall be posted there to facilitate quick action.

5. Apart from the above action points, it was also felt that sub-groups may be formed after the receipt of comments from the Ministries/Departments to accord focused consideration to certain specific issues, if necessary.

6. Besides above. after detailed deliberations, the Nodal Officers also agreed to the following ‘

(i) Even if the Department has no comments, it should send a response, saying that it has ‘Nil Report’.

(ii) While certain Departments have already given their comments, these comments would be sent again in the ‘prescribed format’ and in accordance with the points brought out in para 4 above.

(iii) Nodal officers would ensure that the comments of their Departments on all the recommendations Of the Commission and also on the representations received so far from the Staff Associations are forwarded to Implementation Cell (IC) in the prescribed format in a consolidated fashion and not in piece-meal within next two weeks.

(iv) If a representation was made by a Staff Association before the 7th Central pay Commission and the Commission after due diligence has not accepted the demand made therein, the same matter should normally not be considered at this stage. However, if Departments consider that the issues are of such nature that they require consideration at this stage also, then they may give their comments with full justifications to the Implementation Cell (IC).

7. With the above discussions, the meeting ended with a vote of thanks to the Chair.
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