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Sr. Citizens Confederation-AISCCON

Sr.Citizens Confederation (AISCCON) 10th Annual Conference held at Mathura , UP from 21 st  to 24 th  October 2010 Salient points about Tenth Annual Conference of All Some Salient India Senior T he tenth Annual Conference of All India Senior Citizens Confederation (AISCCON) held in collaboration with the Senior Citizens Welfare Association, Mathura and which recently concluded at Brindaban, UP , was a phenomenal success in many ways. The All India Senior Citizens Confederation (AISCCON) is the largest national organization with a membership base of 7 lakh members from different states and union territories in India . It is head quartered in Navi Mumbai. It is actively engaged in various welfare activities for Senior Citizens and advocacy with authorities on their concerns and problems.  It has been organizing regularly for the past ten years (since 2001) an annual conference on various themes concerning older persons with a participation of more than 700 to 800 delegates from all

Payment of commutation value of additional amount of pension

Rule 10 of   CCS   (Commutation of Pension) Rules, 1981 may be followed and difference in commuted value be paid without fresh applications to pensioners who retired on/after 1.1.2006 but before of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare 3 rd   Floor, Lok Nayak Bhavan, Khan Market,   New Delhi   – 110003 Date:   27 th   October, 2010 OFFICE MEMORANDUM .: Sub      Payment of Commutation Value of additional amount of pension in respect of employees who reti  red on/af ter   2.9.2008.   F. No. 38/79/08-P&PW(G) Government of India Ministry   1.1.2006 but before 2.9.2008 and expired before exercising option for commutation of additional amount of pension – Regarding.             As per the provisions contained in para 9.3 of this Department’s OM No. 38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 2 nd   September, 2008, the revised table of commutation value for pension will be used for all commutations of pension which become absolut


Greetings, Documents uploaded at: 27.10.2010- No Income Tax to be recovered from Lump-sum payment made gratuitously or by way of Compensation or otherwise to Widow or other legal heir of an employee. 27.10.2010-Grant of Dearness Relief to C.G. Pensioners who are in receipt of Provisional Pension or Pension in the pre revised scale of 5th CPC w.e.f 1.7.2010 Other affairs: Rly Pass holders  Details of  codes in the  Indian Railways . Reservation system 1. COMRAJ : Retired Rly. Employees   pass in Rajdhani 2. COMSHT : Retired Rly. Employees pass in Shatabdi 3. NRERAJ  : Non Rly. Employees pass in Rajdhani 4. NRESHT :  Non Rly. Employees pass in Shatabdi 5. RTDFA1  :  Retired Rly Board Members 6. RTDFAM : Family members of Retired Board Members 7. RTDPFA : Retired Rly Officer holding First "A" Pass   8. SDPRR

Health insurance for pensioners

Allowing the profit motive to exist in  health-care system is the real travesty. A mockery  of Article 21, read with Article 39(e), 41,43,48A  of the constitution of India . The marketing stratagy of  every Private company is to initially provide quality Servic e/produc t  at a cheaper cost  to make beneficiaries addicted to it & then to go on goofing the cost & reducing the qulity, as they work for profits. By its very nature, any for-profit business, will try to maximize its bottom line. If a company doesn’t focus effectively on making a profit, it will go out of business. But there are some kinds of services for which the for-profit model is clearly the wrong one. Take, for instance, policing. How well would it work if you had to rely on a group of competing local businesses to fight crime and provide public security?  Surely such matters are not the place for competition and profit making. Enlightened societies recognize that public safety is a common good—a human rig