Monday, 15 July 2019

DoPT Orders 2019 – Procedure to be followed in cases of disagreement on Recruitment Rules

DoPT Orders 2019 – Procedure to be followed in cases of disagreement on Recruitment Rules

DoPT Orders 2019

No.AB- 14017/11/2019-Estt.(RR)(3147397)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel. P.G. & Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
Estt(RR) Section

North Block, New Delhi
Dated: July, 2019

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Procedure to be followed in cases of disagreement on Recruitment Rules – regarding.

The undersigned is directed to state that as per extant instructions, the process of framing / amending of Recruitment Rules for a post involves consultation with DoPT, UPSC and thereafter vetting by the Legislative Department. As per established procedure, the Administrative Ministries / Departments frame service rules/recruitment rules or propose amendments thereof, based mainly on the model RRs or instructions issued by DoPT from time to time and refer them to DoP&T for concurrence. After the receipt of concurrence from DoPT, the Ministries/Departments refer proposals to UPSC for advice. After receipt of concurrence of UPSC. with the approval of Competent Authority, RRs are finally notified, after vetting by the legislative Department.

UPSC brought certain instances to the notice of this Department, where post the advice of Commission, RRs have been notified incorporating substantial changes in the recruitment rules / service rules (RRs/SRs). without obtaining the concurrence of the Commission, which is not in order. On consideration of the matter, it has been decided that if substantial changes are effected in the RRs after the receipt of advice of UPSC. the same shall be brought to the notice of UPSC by the administrative Ministry for obtaining their advice / concurrence on the same. Non-adherence to this procedure may result in the case being treated as a case of disagreement with the Commission, and therefore administrative Ministries have to take a conscious decision in this regard. Substantial changes referred here are those changes having a bearing on the principles of recruitment, viz., change in the method of recruitment, eligibility criteria etc and does not include vetting changes made by the Legislative Department, spelling or grammatical corrections.

In light of the foregoing, all Ministries/ Departments are requested to refer the proposals back to UPSC for concurrence in cases where administrative Ministry / Department, after the receipt of advice of the Commission, want to carry out any change/s in the draft RRs/SRs, which is / are substantial in nature. All Ministries/Departments are requested to adhere to these instructions.

(K Prakasham)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Tel: 23094254

To
All Ministries / Departments

Source: DoPT

Promotion of Sports among Female Students

Promotion of Sports among Female Students

Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports
Promotion of Sports among Female Students

Posted On: 15 JUL 2019

Khelo India Scheme inter-alia provides for bridging gaps in sports infrastructure. Sports Authority of India (SAI) also implements the Schemes of National Sports Talent Contest (NSTC) and Extension Centres of SAI Training Centres (STC)/Special Area Games (SAG) Centres with the aim of promoting sports. These schemes are applicable for all, including girls schools and colleges. In financial year 2018-19 this Ministry spent Rs. 1297.39 crore for sports development details of which are as below:-

  1.     Scheme: Development in sports Institutions Expenditure (Rs. in crore): 483.83
  2.     Scheme: Encouragement and Awards to Sportsperson Expenditure (Rs. in crore): 312.32
  3.     Scheme: Khelo India – National Programme for Development of Sports Expenditure (Rs. in crore): 501.24

“Sports” being a State subject the responsibility of development Sports, including among girls in schools and colleges across the country rests with the State / Union Territory (UT) Governments. Government of India supplements the efforts of State / UT Governments by providing financial assistance through National Sports Federations, training in Sports Authority of India (SAI) Centres and support under Khelo India Scheme.

This information was given by the Minister of State (I/C) Shri Kiren Rijiju in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha today.

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30,85,205 Persons Enrolled in Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maandhan PM-SYM as on July 10, 2019

30,85,205 Persons Enrolled in Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maandhan PM-SYM as on July 10, 2019

Ministry of Labour & Employment

Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maandhan
30,85,205 Persons Enrolled in PM-SYM as on July 10, 2019

15 JUL 2019

Government of India in February 2019 launched the Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maandhan (PM-SYM), a voluntary and contributory pension Scheme, for the benefit of unorganised workers, as per the eligibility. The scheme assures minimum monthly pension of Rs. 3000/- to the beneficiaries after attaining the age of 60 years. Under the Scheme, the subscriber is required to pay the prescribed monthly contribution amount and the Central Government provides the equal matching contribution. This scheme is implemented through Life Insurance Corporation of India. Enrolment under the Scheme was started with effect from 15-02-2019. As on date 10.07.2019, the total person enrolled under PM-SYM are 30,85,205.

This information was given by Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar Union Minister of State (I/C) for Labour and Employment in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

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KVS: Safety and Security of Children in Kendriya Vidyalaya Schools

KVS: Safety and Security of Children in Kendriya Vidyalaya Schools

KVS

Safety and Security of Children in Kendriya Vidyalaya Schools

MEASURES TO PREVENT CHILDREN FROM DANGERS OF WATER AND DROWNING

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) and Kendriya Vidyalay Sanghatan (KVS) in their guidelines have explained steps to be taken to avoid danger of children from drowning.

WELLS AND PONDS

I. The wells and ponds if exist in the campus are to be provided with protective wall and iron grills covering the well and the movements of the students should be restricted towards it.

RIVER, CANALS, PONDS AND RAILWAY TRACKS

II. Children should not be allowed to go towards the nearby river, canals, ponds and railway tracks and to take bath using water from the overhead tanks by climbing on the terrace.

Fencing should be provided to the steps of overhead tank to avoid children climbing over head tank.

III. Movements of children are to be strictly watched through formation of groups by school authorities.

IV. Children should not be permitted to go outside the School premises during the school hours.

SCHOOL CAMPUS STRICTLY ENFORCED

V. The presence of the students in the School campus at all times should be strictly enforced. Strict discipline and to check the unauthorized absence of the students from the School is to be given paramount importance.

VI. The root cause for such behavior of the child must be ascertained, parents should be informed accordingly and corrective steps should be taken.

VII. For certain ritual and functions which are observed in the school, necessary precautions and arrangements to be made in advance.

Children should not be permitted to go on rallies for immersion of idols in tanks, ponds and wells etc.

VIII. No procession should be allowed to move from school out of the campus in the eve of any religious celebrations.

SWIMMING POOL

IX. No swimming pool will be constructed without prior permission of competent authority.

X. If swimming pool is constructed in school premises, it must be constructed as per the prescribed norms of competent authority and should also be maintained as prescribed.

Source: KVS

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