Monday, 19 October 2015

Circular No 6 -2015-16 and Submission

Dear Sir,
The Circular No 6  - 2015 -16 of the CCGGOO and our submission to the parliamentary standing committee  are sent by mail for your information and for further circulation amongst the members.
Those who have not received the circular may please contact our email id ccggoo2002@gmail.com to get the circular.

S.Mohan
Secretary General

27 comments:

  1. Extension of CSD Canteen Facilities to retired Defence Civilians

    GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
    MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
    DEFENCE ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT

    NO. AN/VII/7063/CSD/Misc

    Dated: 20.10.2015

    To
    All PCsDA/PCA(Fys) Kolkata, CsDA
    (Through CGDA website)

    Subject: Extension of CSD Canteen Facilities to retired Defence Civilians
    Reference: This office letter of even No. dated 21.08.2015.

    In continuation of the above, the following clarification on some of the common points raised in various representations received in this office is as under :

    Sl.No
    Common Points raised in the representations

    Clarification
    a) Whether the retired employees of the Defence Accounts Department are eligible for the C.S.D Canteen facility as the orders from the DDGCS does not explicitly say so. Yes. The retried employees of the Defence Accounts Department are eligible for C.S.D Canteen Facility.
    b) Whether the DAD Pensioners can get the application forms authenticated only from the office from which they have retired. The authentication of the application forms may be carried out by the nearest Controller, under the jurisdiction, the pensioner is currently residing or the application is made.
    Also, the nominated Officers are directed to authenticate/countersign the application forms of any DAD pensioner, if the application is submitted to him/her.

    The authentication is to be carried out, based on submission of the documents as required by the Canteen authorities.

    c) What is termed as ‘Govt Order for Retirement? The Part II. Office Order issued by the Controllers in respect of the retiring employee will suffice the requirement.
    d) The said order does not speak about the eligibility of the Family Pensioners.
    Whether the same are eligible for the C.S.D Canteen Facilities?

    The extension of CSD Canteen Facilities to the Family Pensioners is implied as the QMG branch letter dated 12.08.2015 does not make any distinction between the Retired Defence Civilian Employees and Family Pensioners. The term DAD Pensioners includes within its ambit the Family Pensioners also, as they are drawing pension authorized by PCDA(P) Allahabad.

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    1. Dear Sir
      Thanks lots for giving information CSD facility now eligible for defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce also . But sir today i go CSD /URC canteen in kanpur for taking defense civilian family CSD application form kanpur canteen manger not given the form he say that he is not instruction to giving the CSD application form to defense civilian family pensioner i show the letter NO. AN/VII/7063/CSD/Misc Dated: 20.10.2015 which was clarified that defence civilian family pensioner are also elgible for CSD Smart Card the canteen manager say he has not given any this type letter for issue the the defense civilian family pensioner CSD application form . Kindly look into the matter and give the circular this letter in all URC /CSD canteen Kanpur …

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    2. Defence civilian Family Pensioners are entitled for CSD Smart Card. The issue was taken up with concerned authorities and they agreed to give instructions to all Unit Run Canteens.Pl. post your further comments in www.aidrdotoa.blogspot.in & www.Facebook.com / aidrdo toa or send SMS /WhatsApp to 09440668281.

      Let's ensure that all the retired Defence Civilian Pensioners & Family Pensioners(Widow wife/spouse) were extended the CSD facilty.

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    4. Dear Sir
      Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension . Kindly look into the mater ...

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  2. Sub: Discontinuation of interview for Junior Level Posts in the Government
    Ref: DOP&T letter No. F. No.39020/09/2015-Estt (B) dated 27th October, 2015 to the Chief Secretaries of all the State Governments/Administrators of the Union Territories.
    One day workshop scheduled to be conducted on 29.10.2015 at Civil Services Officers Institute (CSOI), New Delhi, for the Principal Secretaries of GAD of States/UTs, in connection with discontinuation of interview for Junior Level Posts in the Government, has been postponed to 16.11.2015.
    “The government’s view is that the interviews should be discontinued for recruitment to junior level posts where personality or skill assessment is not absolutely required. The objective behind abolition of interviews for such posts is that it will curb corruption, ensure more objective selection in a transparent manner and substantially ease the problems of the poor and resourceless aspirants. This will not only enable giving more weightage to the merit but also supplement the government’s resolve for “Maximum Governance, Minimum Government”.
    Several Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) and Group ‘C’ (Non-Technical) posts in various Ministries/Departments and other organisations under Central Government have already been identified where the selections can be made through a competitive examination without conducting the interview.
    The Chief Ministers of different States have been requested to involve the Public Service Commission and other recruiting agencies in their respective States where interview can be discontinued and selection can be done only through examination to achieve the goal of citizen-centric transparent governance.
    Several decisions like abolition of attestation of certificates etc. were taken and introduced self-attestation of certificates, introduction of pension portal to abolish the requirement for a written life-certificate and decision to revisit and revise the pattern and syllabus of Civil Services Examination.
    For a post for which an interview is not necessary to determine the capability of a candidate, the provision of interview sometimes leads to scope for manipulation, manoeuvrability and corruption. Therefore, barring such posts where an interview would help in testing special capabilities for a particular assignment, abolition of the provision of interview will not only be in larger public interest but would also offer a level playing field for even those of the candidates who lack resources and come from lower socio-economic strata.
    The introduction of self-attestation of certificates eliminates inconvenience caused to the youth for going around seeking attestation of certificates from gazetted officers, etc.
    A pilot exercise undertaken for three States of Jammu & Kashmir, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu had proved successful wherein, for the first time, an Induction training programme was introduced for the newly inducted State-level functionaries and the same practice is now being extended to other States as well. DoPT has taken a decision to revise and revisit the pattern and syllabus of IAS and other Civil Services Exam to offer a level playing opportunity for aspirants from different streams.

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  3. “The 7th Pay Commission is finding out if there are possibilities for differently-abled and women employees of the Central Government to work from home.”

    According to sources, the 7th Pay Commission has sought for the opinion of the Department of Information and Technology regarding this option. The 7th Pay Commission has asked to study the possibilities of differently-abled and women workers to perform simple and specialized tasks from home and stay connected via the internet and other telecommunication tools.
    The 7th Pay Commission has asked the Department of Information and Technology to identify such jobs for the less than 10,000 differently-abled workers who are currently employed by the Central Government.

    Flexi-time Working Hours options are being considered for the more than 3.5 lakh women who are employed by the Central Government.

    Since it is impossible for both these segments of workers to work during night shifts, the 7th Pay Commission is looking for options to employ them in specialized monetary and supervisory works which could be performed from home. It is being said that the step will be of tremendous relief for employees who have to travel long distance to reach their offices, and for the employees who work in congested offices.
    It can be inferred that the 7th Pay Commission is particular about giving priority to women and differently-abled workers. Sources say that the 7th Pay Commission believes that greater productivity could be expected from them.

    It is a well-known fact that telecommuting and work-from-home options have become very popular in the private sectors and highly specialized tasks are sometimes performed this way. The 7th Pay Commission wants to bring in this work culture to the Central Government jobs too.
    Meanwhile, news and updates about the 7th Pay Commission continue to flow into the news media. The Commission is very likely to submit its report to the Government by the end of December. Sources say that the final stage of preparing the report is now on.

    Speculations about 35 percent salary hike, increasing the minimum pay to Rs.21,000, 4 MACP promotions, modernizing the CGHS medical facilities, and most importantly, about the retirement age, continue to surface. Readers are requested to not believe in any of them because all of them are mere figments of the writers’ imagination.

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  4. The VII Central Pay Commission may recommend Government to ask Information and Technology department, whether it is possible to have systems in place for monitoring and supervising work being done remotely by disabled and women central government employees.

    “As flexi working hours will allow women central government employees to strike a balance between her professional and family responsibility, maintain healthy lifestyles and contribute to parenting well, it is recommended for the same and urge upon the government to work out the modalities in this direction.”

    Women employment under central government has been estimated to the tune of 3.37 lakh, which is 10.93 percent of the total regular central government employment, according to census of central government employees as on March 31, 2011.

    VII CPC is looking at whether it is technologically possible to allow disabled and women employees for working from home.A need was felt to provide work from home facility to persons with disabilities and women to enable them to effectively discharge their duties.

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  5. Sub: Recovery of New Pension Scheme subscription fee/charge

    Ref.: Dy. General Manager, NPS Trust, New Delhi’s notice dated 19.10.2015

    It has come to our notice that, @ 0.01% of the AUM on daily accrual basis is proposed to be imposed on the NPS Subscribers.

    In this connection, it is worth-mentioning that, in the past, it was assured to the Central Government Employees & Officers that, no Administrative Charge/Fee would be imposed on any of the Government employees & Officers.

    Orders to this effect, if so issued, should immediately be withdrawn.

    To
    Shri Sanjay Kothari,
    Secretary,
    Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions,
    Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare
    (Government of India),
    North Block,
    New Delhi-110001

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    1. To
      Shri Sanjay Kothari,
      Secretary,
      Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions,
      Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare
      (Government of India),
      North Block,
      New Delhi-110001


      Dear Sir
      Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension .Dear Sir now how much time to wait clarification regarding admissibility of CSD facilities to family pensioners to MOD Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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  6. Dear Sir
    Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension . Kindly look into the mater ...

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  7. Dear Sir
    Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension . Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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  8. Dear Sir
    Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension . Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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  9. Dear Sir
    Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension . Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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  10. Dear Sir
    Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension . Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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  11. Dear Sir
    Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension .Dear Sir now how much time to wait clarification regarding admissibility of CSD facilities to family pensioners to MOD Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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  12. Dear Sir
    Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension .Dear Sir now how much time to wait clarification regarding admissibility of CSD facilities to family pensioners to MOD Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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  13. Dear Sir
    Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension .Dear Sir now how much time to wait clarification regarding admissibility of CSD facilities to family pensioners to MOD Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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  14. Dear Sir
    Till today no any provision for CSD /URC facility to defense civilian family widows wife/ spouce . Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension .Dear Sir now how much time to wait clarification regarding admissibility of CSD facilities to family pensioners to MOD Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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  15. Dear Sir,
    Till today no any response for retired defense civilian pensioner wife (widows ) CSD facility .Kindly look into matter …..
    Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension .Dear Sir now how much time to wait clarification regarding admissibility of CSD facilities to family pensioners to MOD Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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    1. Dear Sir,
      Till today no any response for retired defense civilian pensioner wife (widows ) CSD facility .Kindly look into matter …..
      Is there any provision for CSD/URC facility to retired defense civilian (widows / spouse ) . This is not fair if government denied this facility to his family ( spouse widows ) because in PPO both husband and wife are equally pension .Dear Sir now how much time to wait clarification regarding admissibility of CSD facilities to family pensioners to MOD Kindly look into the mater ... i am waiting to your reply ....

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  16. To
    Shri Sanjay Kothari,
    Secretary,
    Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions,
    Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare
    (Government of India),
    North Block,
    New Delhi-110001


    Dear Sir
    Till today no any result come out for defense civilian widows wife/ spouce family pensioner CSD canteen facility ..

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    1. Dear Sir
      Till today no any result come out for defense civilian widows wife/ spouce family pensioner CSD canteen facility ..

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  17. Dear Sir,
    What reason not to clarified CSD facilities for family pensioners to MOD & now how much time to wait clarification regarding admissibility of CSD facilities to family pensioners to MOD . Because many of family pensioner waiting for this facility

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  18. I Just to know whether widows of defence civilian are also eligible for CSD facility as at present they are not entertaining the applications for same or how much time to wait for this facility

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  19. I Just to know whether widows wife of defence civilian are also eligible for CSD facility as at present they are not entertaining the applications for same or how much time to wait for this facility if they not entertaining for this CSD facility then this is not fair ....for then because husband & wife are equally for this facility.

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  20. Dear Sir
    Till today no any result come out for defense civilian widows wife/ spouce family pensioner CSD canteen facility ..

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