Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Special Recruitment Drive for SCs


As per information provided by Department of Personnel & Training, a Special Recruitment Drive has been launched to fill up the backlog reserved vacancies of SCs, STs and OBCs in the Ministries / departments / Subordinate Offices / Attached Offices /Public Sector Undertakings/Autonomous Bodies etc. of the Central Government. Information about State Governments is not centrally maintained.

Some vacancies of SCs remain vacant for reasons like non-availability of suitable candidates to fill up the vacancies. Special efforts are made to fill up such vacancies by making second attempt to fill up the vacancies in the same year or through Special Recruitment Drive etc. As per the information received from 73 Ministries/Departments, there were 24967 backlog reserved vacancies of SCs as on 01.11.2008 of which 6548 have been filled up by the Drive launched in 2008 .

This information was given by Shri. D. Napoleon, the Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment, in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha yesterday.


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Monday, November 29, 2010

INCOME TAX dept introduces new number for taxpayers for tax filing

INCOME TAX dept introduces new number for taxpayers for tax filing

NEW DELHI: Taxpayers will now have to procure a 'new number' for filing returns and making any communication with the Income Tax department.

The unique Document identification number (DIN), on the lines of numbers like PAN and TAN, will be quoted on "every" income tax-related communication, including returns to be filed next year for the financial year 2010-11.

According to the new guidelines brought out by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), the DIN will be mandatory "in respect of every notice, order, letter or any correspondence" with the department, by the taxpayers.

"The DIN will be generated by the I-T department and will be useful, essentially, for error-free filing of tax returns, claiming refunds and other communication with the department by the assesses," a senior Finance Ministry official said.

The 'Aykar Sampark Kendras' will hand out the DIN from this month, the official said.

Assesses will not be put to any trouble, as the numbers will be generated and allotted by the department itself.

I-T officials will also be allotted the numbers in order to streamline the process, the official said, adding, the number has to be produced thereon for every activity with the department.

Taxpayers and tax collectors are currently required to quote Permanent Account Number (PAN) and Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number (TAN) among others when returns are filed with the department.

According to section 282B of the Income Tax Act that deals with DIN, if the document sent to the tax authority does not bear this unique computer-generated number then "such document, letter or any correspondence shall be treated as invalid and shall be deemed never to have been received."

DIN is aimed at bringing more transparency in tax administration as the whole exercise involves a number of documents and proformas. Apart from regular filing of taxes, a taxpayer deals with the department for various other financial services, which DIN will help to ease, the official said.

Source: Economic Times
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Placement of Pharmacists in the Entry Grade Pay of Rs.4200/-(NFG) on completion of 2 years service in the Grade Pay Rs.2800/-

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
(Railway Board)
S. No. PC-VI/ 238
No.PC-VI/2010/IR-N/2

RBE No.165/2010
New Delhi, dated 19.11.2010
The GMs/CAOs(R),
All Indian Railways & Production Units
(As per mailing list)

Subject: Placement of Pharmacists in the Entry Grade Pay of Rs.4200/-(NFG) on completion of 2 years service in the Grade Pay Rs.2800/-

In terms of Board’s letter No.PC-VI/2009/1/RSRP/10 dated 30.03.2010, the Pharmacists (Entry Grade) in the pre-revised scale Rs.4500-7000 have been granted Grade Pay Rs.2800 in Pay Band-1 (Rs.5200-20200) w.e.f.01.01.2006. On completion of two years of regular service in the Grade Pay of Rs.2800, the Pharmacists (Entry Grade) in PB-1 (Rs.5200-20200) are eligible to be granted non-functional upgradation to the next higher Grade Pay of Rs.4200 in the Pay Band-2 (Rs.9300-34800).

2. A reference has been received from NFIR stating that some of the Zonal Railways are insisting on rendering of two years service by the Pharmacists in Grade Pay Rs.2800 for being placed in Pay Band-2, Grade Pay Rs.4200 in the revised pay structure ignoring the service rendered by them in the pre-revised pay scale Rs.4500-7000 and requested for issue of suitable clarification to the effect that the service put in by them in the pre-revised scale of Rs.4500-7000 which corresponds to Grade Pay Rs.2800/-should also be taken into account for counting two years service in Grade Pay Rs.2800 stipulated in Board’s letter No.PC-VI/2009/I/RSRP/10 dated 30.03.2010.

3. The matter has been considered in Board’s Office and it is clarified that the regular service rendered by the Pharmacists in the pre-revised scale Rs.4500-7000 should be counted as service in Grade Pay of Rs.2800 for being placed in Non-functional Grade of Pharmacists in Pay Band-2 (Rs.9300-34800), Grade Pay Rs.4200 in terms of Board’s letter No.PC-Vl/2009/I/RSRP/10 dated 30.03.2010

4. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.


(Koshy Thomas)
Joint Director, Pay Commission-II
Railway Board.

Source:www.indianrailways.gov.in
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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Running Staff Tax Free Mileage Limit increased to Rs.10000/- w.e.f. 01-09-2008

Running Staff Tax Free Mileage Limit increased to Rs.10000/- w.e.f. 01-09-2008

Personal expenditure Allowance to transport system employee's exemption Increased As per Income tax Act section 10(14) exemption limit of various allowances has been prescribed under rule 2BB of income tax rules. One of them is allowance to transport system employee to meet personal expenditure during his duty performance.

Present rule is given as under

Allowance description: Any allowance granted to an employee working in any transport system to meet his personal expenditure during his duty performed in the course of running of such transport from one place to another place, provided that such employee is not in receipt of daily allowance

Exempted Amount :70 % of the allowance subject to `.6000/- Maximum

Now as per Income-tax (Eighth Amendment) Rules, 2010 - Amendment in Rule 2BB vide  NOTIFICATION NO. 85/2010 [F. NO. 149/45/2010-SO (TPL)], DATED 22-11-2010 the maximum amount has been increased to 10000/- with effect from 01.09.2008 (retrospectively effected)

complete Notification is given below:

Income-tax (Eighth Amendment) Rules, 2010 - Amendment in Rule 2BB

NOTIFICATION NO. 85/2010
[F. NO. 149/45/2010-SO (TPL)], DATED 22-11-2010

In exercise of the powers conferred by section 295 read with clause (14) of section 10 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961), the Central Board ofDirect Taxes hereby makes the following rule further to amend Income-tax Rules, 1962, namely :—

1. (1) These Rule may be called the Income-tax (Eighth Amendment) Rules, 2010.

(2) They shall be deemed to have come into force retrospectively with effect from 1st day of September, 2008. 2. In the Income-tax Rules, 1962, in rule 2BB, in sub-rule (2), in the Table, against serial number 4, in column 4, for letters, figures and words. 6,000 per month” the letters, figures and words, . 10,000 per month” shall be substituted.

Salil Lawrence
AGS/AIRF

Source;AIRF
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Friday, November 26, 2010

Recruitment of Sportspersons in Railways

Recruitment of Sportspersons in Railways

During 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10, total 1328 sportspersons were recruited on Indian Railways against Sports quota.

These sportspersons were recruited in Aquatics, Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Ball Badminton, Basketball, Billiards & Snooker, Body Building, Boxing, Chess, Cricket, Cross Country, Cycling, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Handball, Hockey, Judo, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Powerlifting, Shooting, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball, Weightlifting and Wrestling.

Sportspersons on Indian Railways are recruited through Open Advertisement as well as Talent Scouting Scheme. The sportspersons fulfilling the criteria as per norms, are invited for selection trials. The sportspersons found fit during trials are issued offer of appointment, after verification of certificates and completing all requisite formalities.

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways, Shri K.H. Muniyappa in a written reply in Lok Sabha yesterday.

Source;PIB
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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Welfare Schemes for OBCs

Welfare Schemes for OBCs

The Ministry has been implementing Pre-matric and Post Matric Scholarship Scheme for the OBC students through State Governments and Union Territory Administrations. The State-wise and year-wise funds released and number of beneficiaries during the last five years under the above schemes are given in the attached tables.

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Streamlining of functioning of CGHS Dispensaries

No. S-11030/51/2010-CGHS (P)
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare

Nirman Bhavan New Delhi
Dated : November 22 , 2010



OFFICE MEMORANDUM (Circular No. 1/2010)



Subject : Streamlining of functioning of CGHS dispensaries.

The question of streamlining the functioning of CGHS dispensaries has been engaging the attention of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare for some time now. After considering the suggestions received from various quarters and after discussing the matter with officials of CGHS, it has been decided, as an initial measure, to streamline the functioning of CGHS dispensaries as below :-

(i) There is a need for officers and staff in CGHS dispensaries to further improve the delivery of service to CGHS beneficiaries. There should be a constant and conscious effort to redress most of the grievances and problems of these beneficiaries at the dispensary level so that there is no inconvenience caused to them forcing them to approach higher authorities for redressal of their grievances. The entire staff at the dispensary level have to ensure a polite, positive and responsible attitude to make the service delivery better. The CMO In-charge must make every effort to ensure this user friendly environment. Complaints of rude/impolite behavior need to be checked and stern action taken by CMOs (Incharge).

(ii) It is well established that CGHS beneficiaries need to be provided better service. Senior citizens/pensioners among the CGHS beneficiaries deserve special attention and response. It is re-iterated that senior citizens/pensioners need to be given out of queue treatment and service at each activity level. Despite repeated instructions in this regard, this system is generally not being enforced at the dispensary level. CMOs incharge must ensure compliance of these instructions.

(iii) CMOs In-charge of the dispensaries shall personally make rounds of the dispensary particularly during peak hours to ensure that there is proper environment and beneficiaries particularly pensioners/Senior Citizens are being treated promptly;

(iv) The Zonal Additional Directors/Joint Directors shall convene the meetings of Pensioners Associations once in two months alongwith CMOs (Incharge) without fail.

(v) A complaint/suggestion/feedback Box with details like number of complaints received and disposed etc. under a seal and lock will be kept at each dispensary and will be opened by the CMO In-charge in the presence of at least two members of the Advisory Committee when the Advisory Committee meeting is being held and necessary action taken by the Advisory Committee with regard to complaints/ suggestions/feedback thus received and, wherever required, the matter will be referred to higher authorities for necessary action.

(vi) All Zonal Additional Directors and Joint Directors shall conduct at least five surprise inspections of the dispensaries in Delhi and at least two in other cities in a month and report the outcome of the inspection indicating the areas such as punctuality, availability and behavior of officers/staff, special care for pensioners/Senior Citizens, deficit areas/complaints and also the good work done in each of the dispensaries inspected, by way of a confidential monthly d.o. letter to reach AS & DG (CGHS) without fail on or before 10th of the succeeding month;

(vii) It is seen that a large number of beneficiaries go to the dispensaries for taking repeat medicines. Authorization of repeat medicines will hereinafter be done by any of the CMOs, apart from the CMO In-charge, available in the dispensary;

(viii) The Zonal Additional Directors/Joint Directors will personally monitor and ensure that the empanelled hospitals etc. do adhere to the terms & conditions of MOAs. They will also supervise the services, if any, being provided by the private parties in their zones such as dialysis, dental services etc.

2. Director, CGHS and all Additional Directors/Joint Directors and CMOs In-charge are hereby directed to fully comply with the instructions contained in this Office Memorandum in both letter and spirit. Noncompliance shall be viewed seriously.


(L.C. Goyal)
AS &DG (CGHS)


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Mobile Number Portability Service to be Launched Today

Mobile Number Portability Service to be Launched Today

Mobile Number Portability Service to be Launched today Shri Kapil Sibal to Inaugurate the Service in Rohtak, Haryana

The much awaited Mobile Number Portability (MNP) service will be launched today in Rohtak, Haryana. The Union Minister of Communications & IT Shri Kapil Sibal with Shri Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Chief Minister of Haryana as the Chief Guest will inaugurate the service at a function in Rohtak at 3 p.m. on 25.11.2010.

A plan for phased migration of networks in all the remaining 22 (excluding Haryana) Licensed Service Areas in the country for working in MNP scenario is being chalked out in consultation with service providers. The detailed program for the entire country will be announced separately.

From today, mobile phone customers in Haryana Licensed Service Area (LSA) will have the choice of selecting their telecom service provider (operator) in with out changing their number provided a minimum period of 90 days has elapsed after subscription to the mobile service of the current service provider. For change of service provider i.e. porting, a subscriber has to send an SMS (PORTMobile Number) from the number he wishes to be ported, to number 1900 whereby a Unique Porting Code (UPC) will be received on SMS from his current service provider. The subscriber will need to apply in the prescribed application form to the chosen new service provider quoting the UPC which will act as a reference while filling up the application form with new service provider.

The new service provider will then take action to get the required processes completed to enable the subscriber to get connected to his network. Porting has to be completed within 7 working days. TRAI has put a ceiling of Rs. 19/- on porting charges which the new service provider may collect from the subscriber. Post-paid subscribers before making the porting request, have to make sure that their last bill has been paid failing which the request for change to new service provider shall be rejected. In the case of pre-paid subscriber any balance amount left will not be carried forward when the number is transferred to the new service provider.

Source:PIB
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PLACEMENT OF SENIORS AT PAR WITH THEIR JUNIORS UNDER TBOP/BCR SCHEMES – CLARIFICATIONS REGARDING.

Sub: Placement of seniors at par with their juniors under TBOP/BCR Schemes – clarifications regarding.

D.G.Posts No 1-03/2007-PAP dated 2nd November,2010

I am directed to refer to your office letter No. A&P/Step-up/PGC/04 dated 11/23.8.2010 and 15.10.2010 on the subject cited above and to intimate that the issue has been examined in this Directorate, a number of times and necessary clarifications/instructions have been issued from time to time. The last such clarifications have recently been issued vide this Directorate letter of even No. dated 03-09-2010 (Copy enclosed for ready reference). All such cases may kindly be dealt with in accordance with these instructions and clarifications which inter-alia clearly envisage that the placement of officials in next higher scale/grade of pay are merely financial upgradations, granted to the officials on completion of 16 years and 26 years of qualifying services, respectively and not on the basis of their seniority. These financial upgradations are personal to the officials concerned and no stepping up of pay of the senior is admissible and/ or placement of the seniors at par with their juniors promoted under TBOP/BCR scheme is not permissible, in any case.

2. It is also informed that such issues, if any should first be taken up with the Circle Office concerned, who may examine the issue and decide /dispose it off the same at their end itself or may take up the matter with this Directorate, if required.

This issues with the approval of the Competent Authority.


Sd/---
( K.Rameshwara Rao)
Assistant Director General (Estt)

Source;NFPE
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Retirement age of faculty docters to be raised: Azad

Retirement age of faculty docters to be raised: Azad

The Centre is considering raising the retirement age of faculty doctors of medical colleges from 65 to 70 years, Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad today said.

Azad made the announcement while addressing a public gathering after laying the foundation stone of a 150 crore super speciality hospital at Tanda near here.

Highlighting the steps taken by the government to augment the standards of medical education in the country, he said in the last three years, the Centre has raised the number of MD seats in medical colleges up to 4700 per year as against 300 in previous years.

Source: PTI

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REVIEW OF INSTRUCTIONS ON ENGAGEMENT OF CASUAL LABOURERS IN THE LIGHT OF THE GUIDELINES ON OUTSOURCING.

Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(Pay Commission Cell)

Dak Bhawan,Sansad Marg,
New Delhi-1100116

No.4-4/2009-PCC                                                                                         Dated: 19 November 2010


SUB: REVIEW OF INSTRUCTIONS ON ENGAGEMENT OF CASUAL LABOURERS IN THE LIGHT OF THE GUIDELINES ON OUTSOURCING.

Attention of all concerned is invited to this Directorate`s OM No. 1-20/2008-PCC dated 24th Sept.,2009 containing revised duties of Multi Tasking Staff Group `C` and letter No. 1-10/2009-PCC dated 07th Sept. 2009 on guidelines and terms and conditions on outsourcing. Secretary (Posts)`s D.O. letter of even number dated 29th October,2010 on engagement of casual labourer may also be referred to.

2. The Department of Posts while designation the erstwhile Group `D` as Multi Tasking Group `C` Staff has prescribed interalia that watch and ward/caretaker duties, and general cleanliness and upkeep of section/unit/office including dusting of furniture, cleaning of building rooms & fixtures, gardening will also be the duties of Multi Tasking Staff Group `C` in addition to duties already entrusted to them.

3. In view of the revised duties assigned to the Multi Tasking Staff, there is a need to streamline the work entrusted to the Casual labourers engaged in the Department of Posts, the Competent Authority has ordered the following:

(i) No Casual labourers shall be engaged in the Administrative Offices i.e CO/RO/DO/PAO w.e.f. 01st December,2010

(ii) The work of sweepers and scavengers should be combined or the same may be outsourced wherever feasible.

(iii) Since duties of waterman, watch and ward, gardening, cleaning etc. are now part of duties assigned to Multi Tasking Staff, the existing practice of engaging Casual labourers as waterman,gardener, watch and ward or any other miscellaneous category shall be dispensed with w.e.f. 01st December,2010.

4. The above instructions should be followed in letter and spirit without any deviation. A compliance report of the above aspects may also be sent to this office for information of Secretary (Posts) by 31st December,2010 positively as per the proforma attached with this letter.


Encl:Asabove
 Sd/-
(Surender Kumar)
Assistant Director General

Source;NFPE
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E-Post Corporate Scheme

E-Post Corporate Scheme


Department of Posts has introduced a ‘pilot project’ on e-Post Corporate service at Kerala Circle. The e-Post Corporate is being used by the Government of Kerala for sending acknowledgement of the petitions received at the office of Chief Minister of Kerala. E-Post corporate has also been introduced as a ‘pilot project’ at Tamil Nadu Circle. Here LIC Housing Finance Limited, Chennai, is sending the loan renewal notices through e-POST corporate service.

All corporate customers will be in a position to use e-Post service once it is launched at the national level.

This information was given in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha yesterday by Shri Gurudas Kamat, Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology.


Source:PIB
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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Legislators' salary hike proposal not rejected: Delhi government

The Delhi government Tuesday clarified that the proposal for hiking the salaries of legislators and ministers, by almost 200 percent, has not been rejected by the central government, but some queries have been raised.


Speaking to reporters, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said the central government had only raised some queries and a reply to them has already been sent. "Whatever the problems are there, we will sort it out," she added.

Later, in a statement, the chief minister's office clarified that the central government has not turned down the legislative proposal relating to amendment of the Members of Legislative Assembly of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Salaries, Allowances, Pension etc.) Act, 1994 and the ministers of the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Salaries and Allowances) Act, 1994.


"Some queries have been raised regarding the proposal which is quite usual relating to proposal seeking approval of other constitutional authority," the statement added.

According to officials, the central government sought certain clarifications regarding the two proposals Oct 25 and then in another letter dated Nov 9, it was assured that the proposal of hike would be processed expeditiously on receipt of these clarifications.

The statement said the salary and allowances of members of the state legislative assembly were not reviewed even after the "significant" increase in the salaries of government employees as recommended by the 6th Pay Commission.

Justifying the proposed hike of nearly 200 percent, it contended the fact of inflation and that the legislators are not granted the accommodation and other facilities, prompted the government to move a proposal in this regard.

"The main thrust of the proposal is to increase the salary of the legislators to Rs.20,000/- per mensem. Other allowances to the legislators have been proposed to facilitate an effective interaction with the electorate," the statement said.

Courtesy;Zeenews
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Regarding Re-Engagement of Retired Staff on daily Remuneration basis for the post of Loco Pilots and Guards

No.AIRF/55                                                                        Dated: November 22, 2010

The Secretary(E),
Railway Board,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

Sub: Withdrawal of Board’s letter No.E(NG)II/2010/RC-4/6 dated 16.11.2010 regarding re-engagement of retired staff on daily remuneration basis for the post of Loco Pilots and guards

The Railway Board vide above letter have authorized the Zonal Railways to engage retired Running Staff(Loco Pilots and Guards) on daily remuneration basis citing acute shortage of the staff and engage such retired staff to manage the non-running duties such as Lobby Supervisors/ Power Controllers etc. These unilateral orders have been issued by the Railway Board without any consultation with the Federation.

The posts of Lobby Supervisors(Crew Controllers) and Power Controllers(PCRs) and Traction Loco Controllers) are of supervisory in nature and in the GP of Rs.4600(Rs.6500-10500) were earlier filled on promotion as a cadre post and now on promotion as a tenure post.

In Southern Railway alone, there are about more than 120 Crew Controllers/Power Controller posts and this action of the Railway Board, directing Zonal Railways to engage retired Running Staff, not only deprives avenue of promotions to Loco Running Staff but also creates a precarious situation of regular cadre Running Staff placed under supervisory control of a casual labour by way of engaging retired Running Staff. This will result in serious discontentment among the Running Staff, and especially in Southern Railway, where there is not acute shortage, needs such a haphazard arrangement just because of a uniform orders of the Railway Board.

AIRF demands withdrawal of the above cited letter of the Railway Board immediately.

Yours faithfully,

(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
General Secretary

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Performance Related Incentive Scheme – Recommendations of Sixth CPC

No.AIRF/405(VI CPC)(PRIS)                                              Dated: November 22, 2010


The Secretary(E),
Railway Board,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,
Sub: Performance Related Incentive Scheme – Recommendations of Sixth CPC

Ref: Railway Board’s letter No.E(P&A)II-2010/PLB-6 dated 13.8.2010

We have received a copy of the note, contained in the above cited letter of the Railway Board, wherein the Railway Board have sought views/ comments of the Federation.

After submission of the report of the VI CPC, there had been a discussion between the Secretary(Staff Side), National Council(JCM) and the VI CPC, wherein it was made clear to the Pay Commission that the Productivity Linked Bonus is a bilateral settlement arrived between the Railway Board and the Federations. Therefore, suggestion of the Pay Commission to implement Performance Related Incentive Scheme(PRIS) in the Railways cannot be accepted as a recommendation of the VI CPC.

In view of the above, Performance Related Incentive Scheme(PRIS) is not acceptable to us.

Yours faithfully,
sd/
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
General Secretary

Source;AIRF
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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Lucknow HIGHCOURT orders revival of pension facilities to state government employees

Lucknow HC orders revival of pension facilities to state government employees


The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court ordered the revival of pension facilities to the Development Authorities employees and said state government cannot ignore the pension of the employees as it was a right of a retired person.

The court said after serving the government department or Development Authorities till the age of 60 years, a person is entitled for pension benefit and how can the government stop it.

A division bench comprising Justices Devi Prasad Singh and Vedpal asked all the government departments, including the Nagar Palika, Municipal Corporation, Development Authorities and other departments to provide pensions benefit to all the retired employees within next three months.

The court, hearing a petition filed by Pensioners Association, Uttar Pradesh, also cancelled the government order to stop pension of the employees of the Development Authorities in 1999.

The judges asked how the government stopped the pension facilities to the employees of the Development Authority through an administrative order on April 5, 1999 when it had provided the facilities from 1983 to 1999. UNI

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Scholarships to SCs and OBCs

Scholarships to SCs and OBCs

The details of schemes for providing pre-matric and post-matric scholarships to SC/OBC students are given below :-

The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment is implementing the following centrally sponsored schemes for providing pre-matric and post-matric scholarships to SC/OBC students. All these schemes are implemented by the State Governments/UT administrations, which are provided Central assistance in accordance with the funding pattern of each scheme.

1. Scheme of Post Matric Scholarships to the Students belonging to Scheduled Castes for Studies in India:

The objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to the Scheduled castes students studying at post matriculation or post-secondary stage to enable them to complete their education. The financial assistance includes maintenance allowance, reimbursement of non-refundable compulsory fee charged by educational institutions, Book Bank facility and other allowances.

Income ceiling:- The scholarship is to be paid to the students whose parent’s/guardian’s income from all sources does not exceed Rs. 1.00 lakh per annum.

Date of last revision:- The scheme was last revised w.e.f. 1-4-2003. The proposal for further revision is under consideration.

2. Scheme of Pre Matric Scholarships to the children of those engaged in unclean occupation:

The objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to the children of scavengers, sweepers having traditionally link with scavenging, flayers and tanners, irrespective of their religion, to pursue education upto matriculation level. The target group covers SC students also. The State Governments and Union Territory Administrations implement the Scheme. The financial assistance includes monthly scholarship and annual adhoc grant. The Scheme covers eligible students studying in Class I to X.

Income ceiling:- There is no income ceiling prescribed under the scheme.

3. Scheme of Post Matric Scholarships to the OBC Students:

The objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to the OBC students studying at post matriculation or post-secondary stage to enable them to complete their education. The financial assistance includes maintenance allowance, reimbursement of non-refundable compulsory fee charged by educational institutions, Book Bank facility and other allowances.

Income ceiling:- The scholarship is to be paid to the students whose parent’s/guardian’s income from all sources does not exceed Rs. 44,500/- per annum.

4. Scheme of Pre-Matric Scholarships to the OBC Students:

Under this scheme, scholarships are awarded to the students belonging to OBCs from Class-I to Class-X for day scholars and from Class-III to Class-X for hostellers. The duration of Scholarship in an academic year is 10 months. The scholarship is tenable in such institutions and for such pre-matriculation courses, which have been duly recognised by the concerned State Government/Union Territory administration. The financial assistance includes maintenance allowance and adhoc-grants.

Income ceiling:- The scholarship is to be paid to the students whose parent’s/guardian’s income from all sources does not exceed Rs. 44,500/- per annum.

The scholarship schemes are revised from time to time, keeping in view various factors including increase in Consumer Price Index (CPI) and availability of funds.

The proposal to increase the income ceiling, scholarship rates and other allowances under these schemes, except the “Pre-matric scholarship scheme for children of those engaged in unclean occupation” (which was last revised with effect from 1.4.2008), is under consideration. However, it is not possible to indicate a time-frame in this regard.

This information was given by Shri. D. Napoleon, the Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment, in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha Yesterday.


Source;PIB
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Age-Limit for Senior Citizens Facilities

Age-Limit for Senior Citizens Facilities

The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007 defines ‘Senior Citizen’ as a person who has attained the age of 60 years or above. The Act provides for claim for maintenance allowance; geriatric and health care; shelter and protection of life and property.

The Act comes into force upon notification by individual State Governments. 22 States and all Union Territories have notified the Act so far. The Act is not applicable to the State of Jammu & Kashmir. The remaining 5 States have already been requested to notify the Act.

This information was given by Shri. D. Napoleon, the Minister of State for Social Justice &Empowerment, in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha Yesterday.

Source;PIB
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Monday, November 22, 2010

Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh to inaugurate 43rd session of Indian Labour Conference on 23rd November 2010

The Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh will inaugurate the 43rd session of Indian Labour Conference on 23rd November 2010 at Vigyan Bhawan New Delhi in the presence of Union Minister of Labour & Employment Shri Mallikarjun Kharge.

The Ministry of Labour & Employment has a unique mechanism of tripartite consultation amongst social partners – Workers, Employers and Government, at various levels – sectoral as well as national – on issues relating to labour. The Indian Labour Conference – the apex tripartite consultative body at national level has been aptly described as the “Labour Parliament of India”, a confluence of creative forces and energies and the testing ground of tripartite consensus in decision making. The first such tripartite consultation at national level was held in 1942 as Tripartite National Labour Conference – subsequently renamed as Indian Labour Conference since 1944. So far, 42 Sessions of Indian Labour Conference have been held to discuss prominent labour related issues. The 43rd Session of Indian Labour Conference being held on 23 – 24th November, 2010 under the chairmanship of Shri Mallikarjun Kharge, Union Minister of Labour & Employment.

The Conference will deliberate upon very topical and critical issues viz., (i) Global Financial downturn – its impact – job losses – comprehensive package for protection of labour force, etc., (ii) Problems of contract labour – social security, wages, etc. and amendments in the contract labour legislations and (iii) Employment generation and skill development. The conference will be attended by senior representatives of Workers and Employers Organisations and State Labour Ministers & Sr. Officers from Central Ministries/Departments and State Governments. Central Ministers have also been invited to attend the Conference. Some fruitful results are likely to emerge from the brain-storming sessions on issues before the conference. This process will definitely strengthen the institutions of social dialogue already, in place and will result in better understanding of each other’s perspective and convergence of varied ideas and approaches amongst social partners.

The Indian Labour Conference (ILC) is the apex level tripartite consultative committee in the Ministry of Labour & Employment to advise the Government on the issues concerning working class of the country. All the 12 Central Trade Union Organisations, Central Organisations of employers, all State Governments and Union Territories and Central Ministries/Departments concerned with the agenda items, are the members of the ILC.

Parity in number of representatives is maintained between the Employers’ and Workers’ Groups by allocation of equal number of seats to each Group. As recommended by the National Labour Conference held in September 17-18, 1982, only Trade Union Organisations, which have, a membership of more than five lakhs spread over four States and four industries are given representation in the ILC. The Employers Organisations represented in ILC include, CIE (SCOPE, EFI & AIOE), AIMO, LUB, CII, FICCI & ASSOCHAM. The Government seats are determined so as to give representation to various Central Ministries, State Governments and Union Territories.

As a matter of practice, and to maintain continuous dialogue with social partners, a meeting of this apex body is convened once in a year to discuss the topical issues concerning labour.

The first meeting of the Indian Labour Conference (then called Tripartite National Labour Conference) was held in 1942 and so far a total of 42 Sessions have been held. The 42nd Session was held on 20 – 21 February, 2009. As a consensus desire of all social partners, the conference is inaugurated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India.

The 43rd Session of Indian Labour Conference is scheduled to be held on 23 – 24, November, 2010 at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi under the Chairmanship of Shri Mallikarjun Kharge, Union Minister of Labour &; Employment.

The tripartite Standing Labour Committee reviews the action taken on the conclusions of previous sessions of ILC and decides the items to be included in the agenda for the next session of ILC.

After the inaugural Session and general discussion on 23rd November, 2010, the Conference will split into the following three committees to have detailed deliberation on each of the three items of the agenda of the Conference:

• Conference Committee on “Global Financial downturn - its impact - job losses - comprehensive package for protection of labour force, etc.”

• Conference Committee on “Problems of contract labour - social security, wages, etc. and amendments in the contract labour legislations”.

• Conference Committee on “Employment generation and skill development”.

Each Conference Committee will meet separately to discuss the subject matter assigned to it in detail and present the conclusions arrived at therein for adoption in the Concluding Session of the Conference.

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Deputation Policy in MTNL and BSNL

Deputation Policy in MTNL and BSNL


Deputation Policy as contained in Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) guidelines is being followed by Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL).

Group ‘A’ officers of Department of Telecommunications are on deemed deputation in MTNL and BSNL as their absorption process is not yet complete. Similarly some executives of MTNL and BSNL are working on deputation in some other Departments.

This information was given in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today by Shri Sachin Pilot, the Minister of State in the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.


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TAMILNADU STATE GOVERNMENT GUARANTEES. BETTER PAY SCALES &STATUS TO ITS ENGINEERS THAN THE CENTRE

TAMILNADU STATE GOVERNMENT GUARANTEES.
BETTER PAY SCALES &STATUS TO ITS ENGINEERS THAN THE CENTRE

THE FOLLOWER LEADS THE LEADER
(K.V.RAMESH, Zonal Secretary/ICF & ACT/IRTSA)

1. After the implementation of Sixth Central Pay Commission Recommendations by Government of India on September, 2008, w.e.f- 1.1.2006, Government of Tamil Nadu revised scales of pay and allowances of its employees on 1st June, 2009, w.e.f-1.1.2007 following the principles of Sixth Central Pay Commissions Recommendations and the acceptance of it by the Government of India.

2. While implementing the Central Pay Scales to state Government employees, Tamil Nadu Government decided to adopt revised pay scales on ‘ pay scale to pay scale basis’ and the existing 28 scales were retained and revised as indicated in the Schedule-I following the principle of Sixth Central Pay Commission. (For Schedule-I please see Annexure- I

3. Junior Engineers (having the Entry qualification of Diploma in Engineering) of Public Works Department of Tamilnadu were granted the Grade Pay of Rs.4400 and the Assistant Engineers (Having the Entry qualification of Graduate in Engineering) were granted the Grade Pay of Rs.4700.

4. Further Government of Tamil Nadu appointed “One Man Commission’ to study the anomalies afte the implementation of new pay scales. The order for the constitution of the commission G.O.Ms.No.444, Finance (PC) Department was issued on 09-09-2009. The commission has submitted its report in March 2010 - well with in the tenure. The Commission recommended for revision of pay scales from 1.1.2006 notionally.

5. ‘One Man Commission’ revised the Grade Pay of Assistant Engineers of PWD to Rs.5400 and extended the Grade Pay to all the posts in other Departments which is having the direct recruit element of Graduate Engineering. ( Part Recommendations of “one man commission” about PWD is given in Annexure-II)


6. Classification of Posts:- Gazette No.36, (Part-III – section 1 (b)) Dated 15.09.2010 of Government of Tamil Nadu classified the posts under the Tamil Nadu state and subordinate service into the following Groups,

  • Group A- Employees in posts drawing Grade Pay of Rs.6,600 and above
  • Group B- Employees in posts drawing Grade Pay of Rs. 4,400 & above, but below Rs. 6,600
  • Group C- Employees in posts drawing Grade Pay of Rs. 1,400 and above, but below Rs. 4,400
  • Group D- Employees in posts drawing Grade Pay of Rs. 1,300
By this classification Group-B Gazetted status is being extended from the level of Junior Engineer.( Gazette No.36 of Government of Tamil Nadu is attached in Anexure-III).


 7. Government of Tamil Nadu which always follows the Central government pay structure sensing the importance of Engineers and duties and responsibilities shouldered by them granted better pay scale and status to them.

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Latest CGHS empanelled hospital list in ALLAHABAD


NAME

TYPE

EMPANELLED FOR

Vatsalya Maternity & Surgical Centre Pvt. Ltd., 6 / 8 Elgin Road (Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg), Allahabad 211001 [Tel: 0532 261 3500 / 260
3540]

Hospital

Generic purpose treatment and specialised

Guru Kripa Jagrati Hospital & Research Centre Pvt. Ltd., 124/A/1 Thornhill Road, Allahabad [Tel: 0532 – 260 1945 / 260 2586]

Hospital

General purpose treatment (except Laparoscopic surgery) and specialised Orthopaedic surgery)

Jeevan Jyoti Hospital, 162 Bai Ka Bagh (Lowther Road), Allahabad 211 003, Uttar Pradesh [Tel: 0532 – 241 8091 / 241 8094]

Hospital

General purpose treatment

Rastogi Dental Hospital & Research Centre, 14/20 Tej Bahadur Sapru Road (Near Public Service Commission), Allahabad

Hospital

General Dentistry, special dental procedures and diagnostic procedures

Dr. Chauhan’s Phaco-Laser Eye Clinic, 148 Attarsurya Kalyani Devi, Allahabad

Hospital

Super-speciality Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Strabismus and Occuloplasty and Adnexal surgeries]

Dr. N. D. Tehliani Memorial Clinic, 22 Hastings Road, Allahabad

Hospital

Endoscopic / Laparoscopic surgery in the field of surgery, Gynaecology, ENT, Urology and Oncology.

Heartline Cardiac Care Centre, Elgin Road, Allahabad

Hospital

Cardiology

Srijan Vatsalya Hospital, 8 / 1/ 6 Elgin Road (Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg), Allahabad

Hospital

Maternity and Gynaecology

Vatsalya Children Hospital Pvt. Ltd., 6 / 8 Elgin (Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Allahabad

Hospital

Paediatrics & Paediatrics surgery

Saraswati Heart Care & Research Centre, Darbhanga Colony, Allahabad

Hospital

Cardiology, Cardiovascular and Cardio-thoracic surgery.

Nazareth Hospital, 13 – A, Kamla Nehru Road, Allahabad 211 001 [Tel: 0532 – 260 0430 / 260 2612]

Hospital

General purpose treatment only.

Saket Maternity and Nursing Home Pvt. Ltd., 1203 B. H. S. Kidwai Nagar, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh

Hospital

Multi-speciality general purpose treatment.

Toshi Pathology, 47/79 E, Chintamani Road, Allahabad.

Diagnostic Center

Clinical Pathology, Bio-Chemistry and Micro-biology

Anoop Labs Pvt. Ltd., 55 – B, Lowther Road, Near Medical College, Allahabad 211 002 [Tel: 0532 – 225 6572 / 225 6023]

Diagnostic Center

Clinical Pathology, Bio-Chemistry and Micro-biology

Kirti Scanning Centre Pvt. Ltd., Allahabad

Diagnostic Center

Diagnostic Centre [MRI, CT, USG / Colour Doppler and Bone Densitometry].
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Latest CGHS empanelled hospital list in AHMEDABAD


NAME

TYPE

EMPANELLED FOR

Krishna Heart & Super Speciality Institute, Ghuma, Ahmedabad 380058 [Tel: 02717 230 877 – 81]

Hospital

Specialised purpose [Cardiology & Cardio thoracic surgery, Orthopaedic Joint replacement] and diagnostic services [Laboratory, USG /
Colour Doppler, X – Ray].

S. A. L. Hospital & Medical Institute, Opp. Doordarshan, Drive-in-Road, Ahmedabad 380 054 [079 – 2684 5600]

Hospital

General and specialised purpose [Cardiology & Cardio-thoracic surgery, renal transplantation and dialysis, Lithotripsy / TURP,
Laparoscopic Surgery, Orthopaedic Joint Replacement] and diagnostic services [Laboratory, USG / Colour Doppler, X – Ray, CT, Mam

Apollo Hospitals International Ltd., Plot No. 1A, BHAT GIDC Estate, Near Indira Bridge, Gandhinagar 382 428 [Tel: 079 – 6670 1800 / 6670
1801]

Hospital

Multi-Speciality general purpose and specialised purpose in Cardiology, Cardiovascular and Cardio-thoracic surgery, Urology including
dialysis, Lithotripsy and renal transplantation, Orthopaedic surgery including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement

Parekh Hospital, Shyamlal Cross Roads, 132 Ring Road, Satellite, Ahmedabad 380 051

Hospital

Superspeciality in Orthopaedic surgery including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement.

Samved Orthopaedic Hospital, Near Sopan Flats, On Stadium Circle to Commerce College Six Roads, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad 380 009

Hospital

Superspeciality in orthopaedic surgery including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement.

Sterling Hospitals, Sterling Hospital Road, Mem Nagar, Ahmedabad

Hospital

General and specialised purpose [Cardiology & Cardio-thoracic surgery, dialysis, Lithotripsy / TURP, Laparoscopic surgery, orthopedic
joint replacement] and diagnostic services [Laboratory, USG / Colour Doppler, X – Ray, CT, Mammography].

Apollo Hospital City Centre, No: 1 Tulsi Baug Society, Opp. Doctor House, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad 380 006 [Tel: 079 – 6630 5800 / 6630 5803]

Diagnostic Center

Diagnostic Centre [For laboratory, USG / Colour Doppler].

Scientific Diagnostic Centre Pvt. Ltd., G 14 White House, Panchvati, Ahmedabad 380 006 [Tel: 079 – 2644 9164 / 2644 9079]

Diagnostic Center

Diagnostic Laboratory [Clinical Pathology, Biochemistry and Microbiology].

The Apollo Clinic, Pancholi House, Prabhat Chowk, Rannapark, Ghatlodia, Ahmedabad 380 061 [Tel: 079 – 2766 0147 / 2766 1665]

Diagnostic Center

Laboratory services and USG / Colour Doppler.

Usmanpura CT Scan Centre, 30 Ambica Society, Opp. Usmanpura Garden, Usmanpura, Ahmedabad 380 013 [Tel: 079 – 2755 2555 / 2755 2666].

Diagnostic Center

Diagnostic Centre [CT, X – Ray, EEG & USG / Colour Doppler].

Green Cross Voluntary Blood Bank, Pathology & R.I.A. Laboratory, 123 & 201 Anilkunj, Near Shefali Shopping Centre, Paldi, Ahmedabad
[Tel: 079 – 2657 8824 / 2657 7588]

Diagnostic Center

Diagnostic Pathology Laboratory [Clinical pathology, Biochemistry & Microbiology].
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Latest List of CGHS HOSPITALS in Delhi




NAME



TYPE



EMPANELLED FOR



Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre Ltd., Okhla Road, New Delhi



Hospital



Specialised Cardiological services including cardio-thoracic surgery and diagnostic purposes (laboratory, MRI, CT scan, USG, Colour


Doppler, X-ray).



Escorts Hospital & Research Center Ltd., Neelam Bata Road, Faridabad



Hospital



General and specialised purpose for Cardiological investigations, cardio-thoracic surgery, IOL implant, joint replacement. Diagnostic


services for laboratory, ultrasound and X-ray.



Jeevan Anmol Hospital, Mayur Vihar, Phase-I, Delhi.



Hospital



General purpose



Jeewan Mala Hospital Pvt. Ltd., New Rohtak Road, New Delhi-5



Hospital



General and specialised purpose for Laproscopic surgery, Lithotripsy, TURP, IOL and joint replacement.



Jeewan Nursing Home and Hospital, 2-B, Pusa Road, New Delhi



Hospital



General purpose



Kalra Hospital, A-5&6, Kirti Nagar, Main Najafgarh Road, New Delhi



Hospital



General and specialised purpose for Cardiological investigation, cardio-thoracic surgery, Haemodialysis, lithotripsy, TURP, Laproscopic


surgery, IOL implant and Joint replacement.



Kalyani Hospital Pvt. Ltd., 354/2, Mehrauli Road, Gurgaon



Hospital



General and Specialized purposes for Cardiological investigations, TURP, Laproscopic surgery, IOL Implant.



Kukreja Hospital & Heart Centre, C-1, Vishal Enclave, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi



Hospital



Specialised services in Cardiological investigation, Laproscopic surgery and IOL Implant.



M.G.S. Hospital, Rohtak Road, West Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi



Hospital



General purposes.



Metro Heart Institute, Sector – 12, NOIDA



Hospital



General and specialised Cardiological services including Cardio-thoracic surgery.



Park Hospital, 12, Chowkandi, Outer Ring Road, West Delhi (Near Kesavpur Depot) New Delhi



Hospital



General purpose and Super-speciality in Cardiology, Cardiovascular and Cardiothoracic Surgery and Diagnostic services [Clinical Pathology,


Clinical Biochemistry and X-ray].



Prakash Hospital, T-12, 12-A, 12-B, Sector-33, NOIDA



Hospital



General and specialised purpose for Laproscopic surgery, Lithotripsy, TURP, IOL, Joint replacement



Rockland Hospital, B-33-34, Qutub Institutional Area, New Delhi, New Delhi.



Hospital



General and specialised purpose for Laproscopic surgery and Joint replacement and super-speciality in Urology [including Dialysis,


Lithotripsy and Renal Transplant]; Diagnostic services for CT, Mammography, USG/Colour Doppler and X-Ray.



Sheetla Hospital and Eye Institute, New Railway Road, Gurgaon



Hospital



General Purpose, IOL Implants (Ophthalmology), Diagnostic Procedures & Investigations – Lab, X-ray, ECG, USG, ECHO, Colour Doppler


& TMT Diagnostic purposes.



St. Stephen’s Hospital, Tis Hazari, New Delhi



Hospital



General and specialised services for Cardiological investigation, Cardio-Thoracic surgery, Renal Transplantation, haemodialysis,


Laproscopic surgery, IOL implant and Joint replacement.



Surya Hospital, 383/11C, East Azad Nagar, New Delhi 110 051



Hospital



General and specialised purposes for Laproscopic surgery



Vinayak Hospital, NH-1, Sector-27, Atta, NOIDA



Hospital



General and specialised purpose for Laproscopic surgery, IOL and Joint replacement



Yashoda Hospital and Research Centre, III-M, Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad



Hospital



General and Specialised purpose for laparoscopic surgery, IOL implant and joint replacement. Diagnostic services in laboratory medicine and


imaging (Mammography, USG/Colour Doppler).



ORG Central Hospital and Research Centre Ltd. Faridabad



Hospital



Multispl. Gl.Purpose and Spl. in Card. and Card.Thoracic surgery, GE and GI surgery , Ortho- incl. Jt.replacemnet -Arthoscopy Neuro.and


neurosurgery ,Oncology (surgery and chemotherapy)Paediatrics and Paediatric surgery, Endoscopic surgery and ENT



Precision Dental Care, C-159, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi.



Hospital



General Dentistry, special dental procedures and diagnostic procedures except Maxillofacial trauma surgeries.



Delhi Heart & Lung Institute, 3MM – II, Panchkuian Road, New Delhi – 110 055



Hospital



Cardiology & Cardiothoracic Vascular Surgery



Metro Heart Institute, Sector 16A, Faridabad



Hospital



Cardiology & Cardiovascular Surgery and Pulmonary Function Test



R.L.K.C Hospital & Heart Institute (A unit of R. L. Khera Charitable Trust) Pandav Nagar, Naraina Road, Near Shadipur Depot, New Delhi



Hospital



Multi-speciality (General Purpose) and Cardiology & Cardiovascular Surgery.



National Heart Institute, 49, Community Centre, East of Kailash, New Delhi



Hospital



Cardiology & Cardiovascular Surgery



Ridge Heart Centre, Sunder Lal Jain Hospital, Ashok Vihar -3, Delhi – 52



Hospital



Cardiology & Cardiothoracic Vascular Surgery



Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute, A-4, Paschim Vihar, Delhi 110 063



Hospital



Multi-speciality (General purpose); Cardiology & Cardiovascular Surgery; Specialised Orthopaedic surgery & Joint Replacement



Gupta Dental Centre, A-10, Hospital Road, Jangpura – A, New Delhi



Hospital



General Dentistry, special dental procedures and diagnostic procedures



Dental Solutions, E-7, 1st Floor, Kalkaji, New Delhi



Hospital



General Dentistry & special dental procedures



Metro Hospital & Heart Institute, 14, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi



Hospital



Cardiology & Cardiovascular Surgery



G. M. Modi Hospital & Research Center for Medical Sciences, Mandir Marg Near Press Enclave, Saket, New Delhi.



Hospital



General purpose and specialised purpose (Neurosurgery, urology, nephrology, GI surgery, Orthopaedics including arthroscopic surgery and


joint replacement, paediatrics, endoscopic and laproscopic surgery, ENT, Dental and ophthalmology).



Centre for Sight, B – 5/ 24 Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi 110 029



Hospital



Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – medical – vitreo – retinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty and Adnexa and other specialised treatment.



Orthonova Hospital, C-5/59,S.D.A. Opp. Main IIT Gate, New Delhi 110 016



Hospital



Orthopaedic surgery including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement.



Kailash Hospital & Research Centre Ltd., H-33, Sector 27, NOIDA 201301



Hospital



General and specialised services for cardiological investigation, cardio-thoracic surgery, renal transplantation, haemodialysis,


lithotripsy, TURP, laproscopic surgery, IOL implant and joint replacement and diagnostic services.



Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, West Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi



Hospital



General and specialised purposes for cardiological investigations, cardio-thoracic surgery, TURP, IOL implant and joint replacement.



Max Devki Devi Heart & Vascular Institute, Saket, New Delhi



Hospital



Cardiology, cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgery.



Sumitra Hospital, A 119A, Sector 35, NOIDA.



Hospital



General purpose and specialised purpose (Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement, endoscopic and


laproscopic surgery, Gastroenterology & GI surgery, paediatrics & paediatrics surgery, ENT and ophthalmology).



Apollo Hospitals, NOIDA, Indraprastha Medical Corporation Ltd.



Hospital



Orthopaedic including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement.



Bansal Hospital, A 1, New Friends Colony, New Delhi 110 065



Hospital



Laproscopic surgery



Chandralaxmi Hospital, Sector 4/337 Vaishali, Ghaziabad



Hospital



Laproscopic surgery



Khandelwal Hospital & Urology Centre, B 16 East Krishna Nagar, Swarn Cinema Road, Delhi 110 051



Hospital



Urology and uro-surgery



Satya Medical Centre, A 98/A, Sector 34, NOIDA



Hospital



Laproscopic surgery



Tirath Ram Shah Charitable Hospitals, Sawhney Marg, Rajpur Road, New Delhi.



Hospital



General purpose including ENT, Dental and Ophthalmology and specialised purpose in haemodialysis, TURP, Laparoscopic surgery,


Gastro-enterology and GI Endoscopy.



Bajaj Eye Care Centre, 101 Vikas Surya Plaza, Plot No: 7, DDA Community Centre, Pitampura, Delhi.



Hospital



Eye care (Cataract / Glaucoma, Strabismus, Occuloplasty and Adnexa) or other specialised treatment.



Dr. Pattnaik Laser Eye Institute, C 2, Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi 110024



Hospital



Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal Medical & Vitreo-retinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty and Adnexa and other specialised treatment


except orbital surgery.



NIMT Hospital, KP-I, Phase I, Kasna Road, Pari Chowk, Greater NOIDA



Hospital



General purpose treatment.



Shree Jeewan Hospital, 67/1, New Rohtak Road, New Delhi.



Hospital



Super-speciality Eye Care (Glaucoma and Strabismus) and Retinal - Medical.



Mohan Eye Institute, 11 B, Ganga Ram Hospital Marg, Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi 110060



Hospital



Cataract /Glaucoma, Retinal-medical and Vitreo-Retinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty & Adnexa and other specialised treatment.



Bhatia Global Hospital & Endosurgery Institute, 307 & 308 Ambica Vihar, Opp. Central School, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi 110 087



Hospital



Endoscopic / Laproscopic surgery in the field of surgery, urology, Gynaecology, oncology and plastic surgery.



Chaudhary Eye Centre & Laser Vision, 4802 Bharat Ram Road, 24 Darya Ganj, New Delhi 110002



Hospital



Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – medical – vitreo – retinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty and Adnexa and other specialised treatment


except corneal transplant.



Dr. Chhabara Dental Clinic, 1097, Sector 4, Gurgaon, Haryana



Hospital



Dental Care Centre (General Dentistry).



ICARE Eye Hospital & Post Graduate Institute, E – 3A, Sector 26, NOIDA 201 301



Hospital



Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – medical – vitreo – retinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty and Adnexa and other specialised treatment.



Venu Eye Institute & Research Centre, 1/31 Sheikh Sarai Institutional Area, New Delhi 110017



Hospital



Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – medical – vitreo – retinal surgery, Strabismus, Occuloplasty and Adnexa and other specialised treatment


except orbital surgery.



Sunil Hospital, 15/199 Main Panchsheel – Shivalik Road, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi 110017



Hospital



Endoscopic / Laproscopic surgery in the field of Surgery / Gynaecology, Obstetrics, ENT and Urology.



Garg Hospital, 8-9 AGCR Enclave, Near Karkardooma Courts, Delhi 110 092



Hospital



Endoscopic / Laproscopic surgery in the field of Surgery / Gynaecology, Obstetrics, ENT and Urology, Super-speciality Eye Care [Cataract /


Glaucoma, Strabismus and Occuloplasty & Adnexa].



Neelkanth Hospitals Pvt. Ltd., Mehrauli Gurgaon Road, 1 Nathu Pur Road, Gurgaon



Hospital



Dialysis only. (Other facilities not recommended as the equipment for Endourology and Lithotripsy were not available during inspection).



Mata Chanan Devi Hospital C – 1, Janakpuri, New Delhi 110058



Hospital



General and specialised purpose for Haemodialysis, Lithotripsy, TURP, Laproscopic Surgery, IOL implant and Joint replacement. “



M/s Umkal Hospital Pvt. Ltd., A – 520, Sushant Lok – I, Gurgaon.



Hospital



Specialised purpose (cardiology and haemodialysis).



M/s Metro Hospital & Cancer Institute, 21 Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi.



Hospital



Super speciality (Cardiology; cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgery).



Bhardwaj Hospital, Sector 29, NOIDA.



Hospital



Super speciality (Orthopedic surgery including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement).



Dr. Garg’s Multispeciality Healthcare & Dental Research Centre, II C/128, Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad 121 001



Hospital



General dentistry, special dental procedures and diagnostic procedures.



Goodwill Hospital & Research Centre Ltd., Sector 40, NOIDA.



Hospital



Multispeciality general purpose and diagnostic centre (Laboratory, X-Ray, CT, USG / Colour Doppler, ECHO and TMT).



Jain Hospital, 177 – 178, Jagriti Enclave, Vikas Marg, Extension, Delhi 110 092



Hospital



Super-speciality (Neurology and Neurosurgery).



Bharti Eye Foundation, 1 / 3 East Patel Nagar, New Delhi 110 008



Hospital



Super-speciality Eye care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – Medical & Vitreo – Retinal surgery except Corneal Transplant, Strabismus,


Occuloplasty and Adnexa] and Other specialised treatment.



Yashoda Super Speciality Hospital, H 1, Kaushambi, Ghaziabad, U. P.



Hospital



Multi-speciality General purpose and Specialised purpose [Orthopaedic surgery including Joint replacement, Neurology & Neurosurgery,


Gastroenterology, Oncology (surgical and medical), Endoscopic and Endoscopic / Laproscopic surgery]



Apurva Hospital, 2 N / 74 BP, Near 2 – 3, Gole Chakkar, NIT, Faridabad.



Hospital



Multi-speciality general purpose. X – Ray machine installation not approved by AERB.



Dr. S. P. Aggarwal’s Dental & Orthodontic Centre, P – 8, Green Park Extension, New Delhi



Hospital



Dental Care (General Dentistry, Special dental procedures, Diagnostic procedures / investigations for dental).



Samvedna Hospital & Research Centre, A – 93, Sector 34, NOIDA



Hospital



Super-speciality (Orthopaedic surgery including arthroscopic surgery and Joint replacement). X – Ray machine not approved by AERB).



Leela Dental Care, B – 39 Main Road, Majlis Park, Azadpur, Delhi



Hospital



General dentistry only. Not recommended for special dental procedures and diagnostic procedures / investigations.



Narang Eye Institute, B – 8, Derawal Nagar, Opp. Model Town, Delhi



Hospital



Super-speciality Eye-care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – Medical – Vitreo – Retinal surgery except Corneal transplant, Strabismus,


Occuloplasty & Adnexa and other specialised treatment).



Sharp Sight Centre (East), 81 Defence Enclave, Opp. Preet Vihar, Vikas Marg, Delhi



Hospital



Super-speciality Eye-care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Strabismus, Occuloplasty & Adnexa and other specialised treatment].



Khetrapal Hospital, F 95 Bali Nagar, Main Najafgarh Road, New Delhi 110 015 [Tel: 011 – 2592 3139]



Hospital



Super-speciality [Endoscopic / Laparoscopic Surgery].



Kukreja Hospital, D 36, Acharya Niketan, Mayur Vihar I, New Delhi [Tel: 2275 3123 / 2275 2690]



Hospital



Super speciality in Endoscopic surgery; Surgery, ENT and Urology.



Deepak Memorial Hospital & Medical Research Centre, Vikas Marg Extn II, New Delhi



Hospital



General purpose, specialised purpose [Neurology & Urology, Orthopaedic surgery including arthroscopic surgery & joint replacement,


Gastro-enterlogy and GI surgery except liver transplant, Paediatrics and Paediatrics surgery and ENT] and Diagnostic centre



Kailash Hospital Ltd., 23 Institutional Area, Greater NOIDA 201 308



Hospital



Multi-speciality [General purpose] and specialised purpose in Urology excluding Renal Transplantation & Lithotripsy, Orthopaedic


surgery and Joint replacement, Gastroenterology & GI surgery excluding liver transplantation, ENT, Laproscopic and Endoscopic



Indian Spinal Injuries Centre, Sector C, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110 070 [Tel: 4225 5225]



Hospital



Orthopaedics, Orthopaedic surgery [including arthroscopic surgery and Joint replacement]. Neurology and Neurosurgery; Gastroenterology and


GI surgery and Urology including Lithotripsy and Endoscopic surgery].



Kolmet Hospital, 7-B, Pusa Road, New Delhi



Hospital



Super-speciality in Endoscopic / Laparoscopic surgery.



Primus Ortho & Spine Hospital, Chandra Gupta Marg, Chanakya Puri, New Delhi 10 021



Hospital



Super-speciality in Orthopedic surgery including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement.



Gupta Nursing Home, H -11 – 12, 14 – 15, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi 110 059



Hospital



Super-speciality in endoscopic surgery [Surgery and Urology].



Dr. Kapur’s the Healing Touch Eye Centre, D – 8 Vikaspuri, New Delhi 110 018



Hospital



Super-speciality Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – medical and Vitreo – retinal surgery, strabismus and Occuloplasty & Adnexa


and other specialised treatment].



Ahooja Eye & Dental Institute, 560 / 1 Dayanand Colony, Near Railway Road, Gurgaon 122 001



Hospital



Super-speciality Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – medical and Vitreo – retinal surgery, strabismus and Occuloplasty & Adnexa


and other specialised treatment].



Lall Eye Care Centre, New Railway Road, Gurgaon



Hospital



Super-speciality Eye Care [Glaucoma, Retinal-Medical and Vitreo-retinal surgery, Strabismus and Occuloplasty & Adnexa and Other


Specialised treatment] EXCEPT CORNEAL TRANSPLANT.



Navneesh Dental Clinic, Unit No: 2, Begum Zaidi Market, Moti Bagh - I, New Delhi 110021



Hospital



Dental Care [General Dentistry].



Goyal Hospital & Urology Centre, E 4 / 8 Lajpat Rai Chowk, Krishna Nagar, Delhi 110 051



Hospital



Urology including Lithotripsy.



Paras Hospital, Vaishali, Ghaziabad



Hospital



Super-speciality in Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma and Occuloplasty].



Goyal Eye Institute, 1 / 10 East Patel Nagar, New Delhi 110008



Hospital



Super speciality Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – Medical and Vitreo – Retinal surgery, Strabismus and Occuloplasty and Adnexa and


other specialised treatment.



Dr. Bhim Sen’s Family Dental Clinic, Qutab Plaza, DLF City, Phase – I, Gurgaon



Hospital



General dentistry, special dental procedure [Prosthodontics, Endodontics, Implantology and Dental Radiology] and diagnostic procedures /


investigations.



Tirupati Stone Centre & Hospital, 6 Gagan Vihar [Near Karkadi Mor Flyover) Delhi 110051 [Tel: 2246 1691]



Hospital



Superspeciality in Urology including Lithotripsy



Singh’s Dental Hospital, 30 – 34, Sewak Park, Dwarka Mor Metro Station, Uttam Nagar, Delhi 10 059



Hospital



General Dentistry



Sanjeevan Medical Research Centre (P) Ltd., 4869 / 24, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, Delhi 110 002



Hospital



Super-speciality in Urology including dialysis and lithotripsy.



Lions Kidney Hospital & Urology Research Institute, New Friends Colony, New Delhi



Hospital



Super-speciality in Urology including dialysis and lithotripsy.



Max Hospital [a unit of ALPS Hospital Pvt. Ltd.], Block B, Sushant Lok, Phase I, Gurgaon 122 001



Hospital



Super-speciality in Orthopaedic surgery including joint replacement and arthroscopic surgery.



Swastic Maternity & Medical Centre, 78 H, Vijay Park, Main Madanpuri Road, Gurgaon



Hospital



Super-speciality eye care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Strabismus and Occuloplasty & Adnexa].



Visitech Eye Centre, R 13, Greater Kailash I, New Delhi



Hospital



Super-speciality eye care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – Medical and Vitreo – Retinal Surgery, Strabismus and Occuloplasty & Adnexa


(Except Corneal Transplant)].



Sunder Lal Jain Charitable Hospital, Ashok Vihar Phase III, Delhi



Hospital



Multi-speciality General Purpose and Specialised purpose in Neurology and Neurosurgery, Urology including dialysis, Orthopaedic surgery


including joint replacement and arthroscopic surgery, Gastroenterology and GI surgery, Paediatrics and Paediatrics Surg



Vision Eye Centre, 12 / 27 West Patel Nagar, Near Arya Samaj Mandir, New Delhi



Hospital



Super-speciality eye care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – Medical and Vitreo – Retinal Surgery, Strabismus and Occuloplasty & Adnexa


(Except Corneal Transplant)].



Brij Medical Centre, K. K. 54, Kavi Nagar, Ghaziabad



Hospital



Super-speciality in Orthopaedic surgery including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement.



Khanna Eye Centre, E 368 Nirman Vihar, Vikas Marg, Delhi 110 092



Hospital



Super-speciality eye care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal – Medical and Vitreo – Retinal Surgery, Strabismus and Occuloplasty & Adnexa.



Sharda Hospital, Plot No: 32 – 34, Knowledge Park III, Greater NOIDA



Hospital



Multi-speciality general purpose.



Yashoda Super Speciality Hospital & Heart Institute, Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad [Tel: 0120 – 275 0001]



Hospital



Cardiology, Cardiovascular and Cardiothoracic surgery



Meenakshi Hospital, B – 12 / 13, Kaushambhi, Ghaziabad 201010



Hospital



Endoscopic / Laparoscopic surgery



Malik Radix Health Care, C – 218, Nirman Vihar, Vikas Marg, Delhi 110092



Hospital



Endoscopic / Laparoscopic surgery



Surbhi Hospital, Morna, Sector 35, NOIDA 201 301



Hospital



Multi-speciality General Purpose



Prayag Hospital & Research Centre Pvt. Ltd., Sector 41, NOIDA 201 301



Hospital



Multi-speciality General Purpose and specialised purpose in Neurology and Neurosurgery, Urology / Urosurgery, Orthopaedic surgery including


arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement, Medical Oncology Endoscopic surgery.



SMH Curie Cancer Centre [Shanti Mukund Hospital], Vikas Marg, Karkardooma, Delhi



Hospital



Comprehensive Oncology including surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy.



Max Hospital, HBT Twin Tower, Wazirpur Institutional Area, Pitam Pura, New Delhi



Hospital



Orthopaedic surgery including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement.



Brahm Shakti Hospital & Research Center, Budh Vihar, Delhi



Hospital



Multi-speciality general purpose.



Gayatri Infertility Clinic & Eye Foundation, A – 762, Sector 19, NOIDA



Hospital



Super speciality Eye Care [Cataract / Glaucoma, Retinal-Medical & Vitreo-Retinal surgery, Strabismus and Occuloplasty and Adnexa and


other specialised treatment].
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