Saturday, 11 July 2015

Government mulls giving Rs 10 lakh extra to employees for taking VRS

Government mulls giving Rs 10 lakh extra to employees for taking VRS

New Delhi: Government is considering giving financial incentives Rs 10 lakh to those central government employees willing to go to voluntary retirement.

The Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday that he has asked his Ministry to come out with a proposal to give Rs 10 lakh extra to such employees for taking VRS.

Gadkari asked bureaucrats and engineers to take voluntary retirement, who often raise needless objections or delay work.

“There is a tendency to stop or delay work, which goes against everyone and hampers development. It’s better that government personnel take VRS…Let them go rather than troubling us,” Gadkari said while addressing a conference on highway construction equipment.

Large number of engineers and other officials from Transport Ministry, NHAI and other affiliated agencies were present in the meeting.

This is not the first time when Gadkari has cracked the whip on a public platform. Soon after taking charge of the Ministry, he had asked officials and engineers to stop the practice of making contractors visit them again and again.

He had said he would prefer such officials go out of the system. Gadkari had also warned that strict action would be taken against all those who keep files with them for several days.
TST

Proposal for the Cadre review of Medical Laboratory Staff in 4 Central Government Hospitals

Proposal for the Cadre review of Medical Laboratory Staff in 4 Central Government Hospitals has been approved by Finance Ministry:-
F.No. 2(12)/E.III Desk/2013
Department of Expenditure
E.III Desk

Subject: Proposal for the Cadre review of Medical Laboratory Staff in 4 Central Government Hospitals.

Reference Ministry of Health and Family Welfare’s Note No. Z-28020/11/2008-PMS (Part) dated 30.01.2015 on the above mentioned subject.
 
2.  The proposal has been examined in this Department and the following Cadre Structure for the Laboratory Staff in 4 Central Government Hospitals is concurred to with the approval of Hon’ble Finance Minister -

Sl. No. Existing Name of Post & Pay Scales In four central hospitals
(Sufdarjung Hospital & VMCC + RML Hospital + LHMC & SSK Hospital + Kalawati Saran Hospital)
Existing Strength of all four Hospitals Name of Post & Pay Scales Proposed by AM Strength proposed by AM Revised Strength approved by Hon’ble FM
1. Laboratory Assistant PB-1, GP (2000, 2400, 2800) 108 Junior Medical Lab Technologist PB-1 GP-2800 108
108
2. Lab Technician/ Blood Bank Technician PB-1, GP 2800 233 Medical Lab Technologist # PB-2 GP 4200 233 Post of Lab Technician/ Blood Bank Technician & Technical Assistant/ Sr. Laboratory Technician/ Museum  Curator/ Senior Blood Bank Technician have been merged with a revised designation as Medical Lab Technologist 324 (merged in GP 4200/-)
3 Technical Assistant/ Sr. Laboratory Technician/ Museum Curator/ Senior Blood Bank Technician PB-1 GP 2800 77 Senior Medical Technologist (MLT) # PB-2 GP-4600 Group-B 91
4 Senior Technical Assistant (Lab)/ Technical Supervisor (Lab) PB-2, GP-4200 Group B 18 Technical Officer (MLT) PB-2, GP-4800 Group-B 42 32## Revised designation of Technical Officer (MLT) in the GP of 4600
5 Junior Technical Officer/ Technical Supervisor (Lab) PB-2, GP-4600 Group-B 8 Senior Technical Officer # (MLT) PB-3 GP 5400 18 18
Revised designation of Senior Technical Officer (MLT) in the GP of 4800/-
6 Chief Technical Officer (MLT) ** (New grade) 4 Chief Technical Officer (MLT) PB-3 GP 6600 Group-A (Gazetted) 4 (one post for each hospital) 4 (one post for each hospital in GP of 5400/- in PB3 (Gazetted)

Lab Attendants* PB-1 GP 1800 130 Proposed to be abolished

Total
578

496 (-82)
486 (-82)

* These will be gradually phased out on functional grounds
** New grade of Chief Technical Officer (MLT) for promotional avenues for Senior Technical Officer (STO) and managing the Technical supervision of four central hospitals.
#  Upgradation has been proposed to establish parity in pay scales for suitable placement as per their upgraded professional qualification.
## There is a reduction of 10 posts of Technical Office in the four central hospitals in the proportion i.e. SJH (-3) + RMLH (-4) + LHMC (-3).
 
3.  RRs for all these posts may be revised on priority basis as per the proposed qualifications etc. in consultation with DoP&T.
 
4. The Designations and the Grade Pays of all the posts may be revised as approved.
 
5.  As decided in the meeting held on 24.05.2015, the proposal of MoH&FW all exising Medical Laboratory staff at level 1 & 2 may be considered for promotion based on length of service based on DoP&T Guidelines.
 
6.  Ministry is advised to form a common cadre of all the Laboratory staff working in the four Government Hospitals with a new nomenclature, and service rules.

(Ravi Katyal)
Deputy Secretary (E.III Desk)
Joint Secretary (HR), MoH&FW, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
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MoF, DoE, I.D. No. 2(12)/E.III Desk/2013 dated 06th July, 2015
Copy to:
(i)  Kaptan Singh Sehrawat, General Secretary, Joint Forum of Medical Technologists of India and Others in respect of OA No. 2521/2012, CP No. 545/2014 before CAT, Principal Bench, New Delhi
(ii)  The Principal Registrar (CP), Central Administrative Tribunal, Copurnicas Marg, New Delhi-110001.

Training programme for Managerial Category and Cook Category Canteen employees of Non-Statutory Departmental Canteens

Mandatory Training programme for Canteen Staff in the Institute of Hotel Management/FCIs located across the country:-

No.25/1/2013-Dir. (C)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
********

Lok Nayak Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated: 10th July, 2015
Office Memorandum

Subject:- Training programme for Managerial Category and Cook Category Canteen employees of Non-Statutory Departmental Canteens- Nominations from Ministries/Department’s – regarding.
The undersigned is directed to say that, with a view to impart professional skill to the employees working in Departmental Canteens functioning from Central Government Offices, it has been decided in consultation with the Ministry of Tourism to hold training programme for Managerial category and Cook category working in the Departmental Canteens. These training programme are mandatory and will be organized in the Institute of Hotel Management/FCIs located across the country.
 
2. The duration of the training programme would be 6 days. The scheduled dates of training programmes would be intimated in due course. TA/DA for trainees as admissible will be borne by the respective Ministry/Department.

3. The Ministries/Department’s are requested to forward nomination of one or two Canteen employees for each batch in the enclosed proforma (I &II) to the Department of personnel & Training by 14th August, 2015.

(Pratima Tyagi)
Director (Canteen)

Source: www.persmin.nic.in

NFIR: List of Holiday Homes on Indian Railways

List of Holiday Homes on Indian Railways

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(RAILWAY BOARD)
No. E(W)2012/WE-2/3
New Delhi, dated 03-07-2015.
General Managers
All Indian Railways & PUs
(as per mailing list enclosed)

Sub:- List of Holiday Homes on Indian Railways
Ref: E(W)WE2/3 dated 06.06.2012

With reference to above, the holiday home facility is available as per details as follows:-

Railway Location No. of Suites (Group wise) Competent authority/official with Telephone no.


A B C D
WCR Maihar (Dist.Satna) 02 02 DRM(P), JBP Division, WCR (Phone – 55726, Fax -2620489)
This may be circulated amongst all officers and staff of your Railway/Unit

Source: NFIR

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