Wednesday, 20 April 2016

LTC 80 Air Fare of Air India – Updated Domestic LTC Fares

LTC 80 Air Fare of Air India – Updated Domestic LTC Fares

Air India Domestic Fares (Apex & Instant Purchase Fares) Fares for the month of April ‐ 2016

Domestic : LTC Fares – Table IV and Domestic : Remarks & Notings – Table VIII

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Central government employees as good as those in private sector: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu

Central government employees as good as those in private sector: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu

Emphasising on rewarding performers to improve performance, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today said  central government employees do not lack talent and they are as good as those working in the private sector.

Addressing a large number of civil servants in a function here, he said there is a need to create a system where people will perform with all their ability.

“I do not think that getting people from outside or from private sector will solve all our problems. Also I am not convinced that government lacks any talent. What I am convinced about is the commitment of the people to work despite biggest challenges.

“It is not the private or public sector which is the solution. The solution lies in creating the organisation with the good people and at the same time working with the system. The systems are very important. Therefore we need to look at the system as a whole so that people will have the ability to perform well,” Prabhu said inaugurating 10th civil services day here.

He said there is a need to identify performers and suitably reward them. “How do you get the best of talents available within the country in the system? That is something we need to think about. How do you reward a good performer. Today there is nothing like rewarding a performer.

“You have to think of a system where a good performer is properly identified. They get properly rewarded. They are properly promoted and those who are not doing good they need not be thrown out but how to actually make them doable that is the challenge,” he said during the function being attended by senior officials of central government ministries and state governments.

Prabhu said people in the government are as good or as better as those working outside the government. “The challenge is how to use that huge human capital and how to harness it at the time when challenges are mounting,” the Minister said.

“We need to develop a system where our delivery is better or at least at par with citizen expectations. Need to build systems and teams that can address today’s challenges and future needs as well,” Prabhu said.
He said no one can deny that the country has not done progress. “No one can say that nothing has been done in the country. We have done progress and we should be proud of that,” Prabhu said.

The Minister hoped that the India will become world’s largest economy in some years. “It is a matter of time whether it is 20 years, 25 years or it may be 30 years. There is no doubt about the fact that we will be one of the largest economy in the world,” he said.

PTI

Government puts on hold new Provident Fund withdrawal norms till July 31

Government puts on hold new Provident Fund withdrawal norms till July 31

The Government puts on hold new Provident Fund withdrawal norms till July 31. New PF withdrawal norms proposes to bar withdrawal of employer’s contribution to the provident fund corpus until the employee attains the age of 58 years.

On the issue of new Provident Fund withdrawal norms, the government today decided to keep the implementation of new norms in abeyance for three more months till July 31st.

The announcement comes in the midst of protest by labour unions in several parts of the country against the new norms.

People have also launched online campaign against the decision, which was to be implemented from February 10 but was later put on hold till April 30.

In February, the ministry had issued a notification restricting 100 per cent withdrawal of provident fund by members after unemployment of more than two months.

Source: DDI News

NIVARAN – Online system for grievance redressal of both serving as well as retired Railwaymen

NIVARAN – Online system for grievance redressal of both serving as well as retired Railwaymen

    Railway Minister directs to develop an online system for grievance redressal of both serving as well as retired Railwaymen.

    The system called NIVARAN to come into operation by 24th June, 2016.
    The System to have provision for progress tracking and appeal.
    Railway Minister to personally review and monitor the functioning of this system.
    The move to benefit around 27 lakhs persons.


In an innovative measure aimed at staff welfare, Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu has directed railway administration to develop an online system for the redressal of grievances of Railway Employees both serving as well as retired. The IT Department of Indian Railways has started working on developing this system which will be called “NIVARAN” and will come into operation by 24.06.2016. Under this system, a railway personnel will be able to submit his grievances online and can also track the progress in resolution or disposal of the grievances. The main focus areas of the grievance redressal will be reimbursement of medical claims, pension claim, compassionate appointment and improvement in staff quarters. The move will benefit around 13.26 lakhs serving railway employees and around 13.79 lakhs retired railway personnel that is the system NIVARAN will serve the needs of around total 27 lakhs persons.

The Railway Minister has also directed the Railway Administration to create a provision or mechanism in this system for “appeal” against a particular decision of an authority. The Railway Minister has accorded important priority to this new system and has decided to personally review and monitor the functioning of this system. The monitoring and review will also be done at Railway Board Level, at Zonal Level and at Divisional level also. The Railway Minister has always been emphasizing on measures aimed at the welfare of the staff and resolution of their problems. He has always been pointing out the sincerity, dedication and hard work being put in by the railway employees to make Indian Railways as the world class railway system.

PIB

PM’s awards for excellence in Public Administration

PM’s awards for excellence in Public Administration

Civil Services Day function on April 20-21, 2016

The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will confer PM’s awards for excellence in Public Administration to civil servants on April 21, 2016. PM Awards for Excellence in Public Administration have been instituted with a view to acknowledge, recognize and reward the extraordinary and innovative work done by officers of the Central and State Governments for the welfare of common citizen.

The Civil Services Day function will be organised at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi on April 20- 21, 2016 by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG), Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions.

A new category of Excellence in implementing a Priority Programme which includes Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna (PMJDY), Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen), Swachh Vidyalaya and Soil Health Card Scheme has been added to the Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Public Administration.

The Union Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhu will be the Chief Guest at the inaugural function on April 20, 2016. The Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr. Jitendra Singh will preside over the function.

The inaugural session will be followed by eight panel discussions on the replication of PM awarded initiatives during last year and four priority programmes. These sessions will be chaired by Union Ministers/persons of eminence. Four sessions on subjects related to women empowerment, channelizing youth energies for Sports, time bound and efficient public service delivery system and the issues of clean and green energy for replication of PM awarded initiatives have been organized.

A total of ten districts will be awarded the Prime Minister’s Awards this year under the four Priority Programmes. These awards will be given in three Groups, – the first group consists of eight North-Eastern States and the three Hill States of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. The remaining 18 States constitute the second Group while the third Group comprises of the seven Union Territories. Eight awards will be given to the first and second Group under the four Priority Progammes and two awards will be given for Programmes – PMJDY and Swachh Vidyalaya for the third Group comprising seven Union Territories.

PIB

CSD facilities to Family Pensioners of the Retired Defence Civilian Employees

CSD facilities to Family Pensioners of the Retired Defence Civilian Employees

MOD Order for granting CSD facilities to Family Pensioners of the Retired Defence Civilian Employees

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
DEFENCE ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT

No. ANN/VI/7063/CSD/Corr
Dated: 12.04.2016
To
The PCsDA/PCA (Fys)/CsDA
(Through CGDA Website)

Subject: Grant of CSD Canteen Facilities to Retired Defence Civilian Employees.
Reference: Ministry of Defence, D(Mov) No. 8(14)/2015-D(Mov) dated 04.03.2016.

A copy of the Orders on the subject, wherein the Family Pensioners of the Retired Defence Civilian Employees have been made eligible for the Canteen Facilities, received from the Ministry of Defence is enclosed for information.
(Mustaq Ahmad)
Sr.ACGDA(AN)

MOD Order for granting CSD facilities to Family Pensioners of Retired Defence Civilian Employees

F.No.8(14)/2015-D(MoV)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Sena Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 04th March. 2016
OFFICE ORDER

Subject: Grant of CSD Canteen Facilities to Retired Defence Civilian Employees.

In continuation of this Ministry’s office order of even NO. dated 31st July, 2015 on the above mentioned subject, the undersigned is directed to say that with the approval of Hon’b\e RM, It has been decided that the family pensioners of retired Defence Civilian Employees will also be eligible for extended CSD Canteen facilities.
(R.P.S. Negi)
Under Secretary to the Govt. Of India

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