Saturday, March 31, 2018

Recognition of Ex-Servicemen’s Association – DESW Orders

Recognition of Ex-Servicemen’s Association – DESW Orders

No. 28(86)2017/D (Res-I) 
Government of India 
Ministry of Defence 
Department of Ex-servicemen Welfare

Sena Bhawan, New Delhi 
Dated the 6th March, 2018.
General Resettlement 
West Block IV, 
Wing 5, R.K.Puram, 
New Delhi-110066.

Subject: Recognition of Ex-Servicemen’s Association

Sir, I am directed to refer to this Ministry’s letter No. 9(37)92/US(WE)/D(Res) dated 31.1.1996, on the subject mentioned above and to revise the guidelines for formation and conduct of Ex-Servicemen Associations and their recognition. The Associations will be accorded recognition subject to their fulfillment of revised conditions as under:-

(a) The Associations should be registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. The state chapters of the said Ex-Servicemen Association too should be registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. The Association should have been formed with aims and objectives of promoting the common interest of Ex-Servicemen and should have well defined bye-laws and rules approved by the Registrar of the Societies under the Societies Registration Act, 1860

(b) The Associations should have a minimum membership of One Lakh. This membership, however, in case of associations exclusively of Naval Ex-Servicemen or exclusively of Air Force Ex-Servicemen should not have less than ten thousand members. War widows Associations and Disabled War Veterans Associations will be exempted from the criteria of minimum membership.

(c) The Associations formed shall be with the sole intent of projection of grievances/recommendations/problems of Ex-Servicemen and for their amelioration to the Government through its Offices. The Ex-Servicemen Associations will not imply any right to negotiate to the problems/grievances of the Ex-Servicemen.

(d) The Associations in no case should be formed on religious, social, linguistic, area and caste lines. They should be apolitical in nature with no affiliation or contiguity to any Political party or political Association. The Ex-Servicemen Associations shall not espouse any political or religious thoughts to its members or the society, nor should it be in possession of or maintaining any fund amassed through political or religious leaders.

(e) The membership should be comprised exclusively of ESM and they should not be involved in any type of criminal activity/proceedings in any Court of Law.

(f) No other source of fund is allowed to be collected by the Association except subscriptions.

(g) The Associations should not be associated with any Foreign Government or Company/conglomerate and any foreign Governments. Under no circumstances should the association accept any donations/pecuniary benefits from any foreign concern/entity.

(h) The Association shall in not way enter into any communication with any foreign entity. All such correspondences are to be exclusively channelized through the Government and the Government shall have the prerogative to withhold it, if it so deems necessary.

(i) The Acts, charter and conduct of the Ex-Servicemen Associations should not be for anti-Government activities or for acts prejudicial to national interest and security.

(j) The Association shall submit an undertaking affirming its faith in democratic principles and binding itself to resort only to the lawful activities for representing the Ex-Servicemen’s problems.

(k) The Association shall not raise issues in the interest of any caste, tribe or religious denomination.

(l) The Association shall not maintain any political fund or lend itself to the propagation of the view of any political party or a member of such party.

(m) The Association shall be composed of Ex-Servicemen, widows and their next of kin only.

(n) The Association should have a Pan India presence i.e., the Ex-Servicemen Association should be of all India Character and should have adequate number of branches at State and District level. Its Office bearers should be composed of a mix of personnel of all three servies and ranks. The Composite Associations representing Ex-Servicemen of the three services should have a balance of tri service representation and also balanced representation of all ranks i.e. Officers, JCOs and OR and equivalent rank of the Army, Navy and Air Force. The Associations shall submit duly verified list of its members and Office bearers once every year to Directorate General of Resettlement (DGR) after their Annual General Meeting.

(o) The Association shall have duly elected body of office bearers from amongst its members only, valid for a specified period.

(p) The Association shall have a Constitution/bye laws and its functioning should be strictly in accordance with the said charter of its adopted Constitution/bye laws.
(q) Any amendment in the constitution/bye laws of the Association, after its recognition under these rules, shall be made only with the prior approval of the Government, if the recognition is to be continued thereafter.
(r) The Association shall endeavour to hold at least one Annual Body Meeting every year, and the dates and schedule of which should be duly notified in advance to its members and its Office bearers with the proposed agenda points.

(s) The Association shall maintain only one bank account for its operations. The persons authorized to operate these bank accounts shall be selected in its annual general body meetings. Changes, if any, at any later date(s) shall be with consensus and by a majority selection.

(t) The Association shall have its accounts checked every year by a registered Chartered Accountant and copy of the audited accounts, as well as its annual report should be made available to DGR within thirty days of such check for information and scrutiny.
(u) The Association shall inform the Government of all accounts operated by it on all social media platform and only the authorized Office bearers of the association are permitted to post messages on such sites. No offensive posts are to be posted. The Office bearers are to familiarize themselves with Indian IT Act prior to operating any such account.

(v) The Association shall not publish any periodicals, journal, magazines, bulletins etc. without the prior consent of the Government. In no case writings of defamatory nature, vilifying any individuals, group of individuals, private sources and Government shall be permitted to be printed in such publishings. The publishings shall in no way disrupt any ties of the Government with any State Government/foreign concern/Government or any Government authority. The publishing shall also not be inimical to the Government or to the Society. The copies of all such periodicals, bulletins and magazines, journals (as the case may be) shall be supplied by the Association to the Department of ESW, DGR and KSB.

(w) The communication addressed by the Association or any office bearers on its behalf to the Government or Government authority shall not contain any disrespectful or improper language.
(x) In any communications addressed to the Government or in any panel on any national/regional television channels, it shall be ensured that the choice of language used is respectful and not defamatory of the Government or its agencies and such appearances should not be a tool to ignite passions for any particular agenda.

(y) The Association shall not indulge in any Commercial activity with the objective of generating any income/profits.

2. The Associations, including the existing ones, desirous of being considered for recognition may apply to the office of the DGR, West Block IV, Wing-5, R.K. Puram, New Delhi-110066 with documentary proofs in support of and fulfillment of the conditions of recognition as mentioned above along with Memorandum of Understanding, Constitution, Bye Laws, Names and address of Office bearers, membership, certificate of registration by the Registrar of Societies. Any false representations and/or any false documents/evidences submitted shall make the concerned association liable for permanent rejection and penal action.

3. Verification of the membership of the Association as Ex-Servicemen Association shall be carried out through the DGR.

4. The recognition will not entitle any Association or any person concerned with it to any financial or other assistance from the Government.

5. The recognition to the Association shall be subject to its adherence of its Constitution, Bye Laws and observance and fullfillment of the conditions and criteria as laid down in the guidelines.They are to be followed in letter and spirit and the said membership can be revoked by the Government if any of the associations fail to comply with the guidelines.

6. Only the authorized persons as detailed by the Ex-Servicemen Associations shall be permitted to deal with the Government and/or submit application/letters. The associations shall, however, see that causes of individual nature of Ex-Servicemen are not espoused/supported.

7. The Government may dispense with or relax the requirements of any of these rules to such extent and subject to such conditions as it may deem fit in regard to any Association.

Yours faithfully,
(Manmohan Pipil) 
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India
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133 Armed Forces Hospitals along with Location

133 Armed Forces Hospitals along with Location

Ministry of Defence Defence Hospitals

There are 112 Military Hospitals, 12 Air Force Hospitals and 9 Naval Hospitals in the country. The State / UT wise number of such hospitals, along with location is as under:
Of Armed Forces Hosptials
Andhra Pradesh
1 (INHS Kalyani, Vishakhapatnam)
1 (14AFH Hyderabad)
Arunachal Pradesh
1 (181 MH Tenga)
6 (151 BH (Guwahati), 155 BH (Tezpur), 160MH (Silchar), 162 MH (Dinjan), 180 MH (Missamari), 188 MH (Likabali)
1 (5AFH Jorhat)
2 (MH Danapur, MH Gaya)
1 (MH Panaji)
1 (INHS Jeevanti, Vasco da Gama)
5 (MH Ahmedabad, MH Baroda, MH Bhuj, MH Dharangandhara, MH
3 (MH Ambala, Comd Hosp (WC) Chandimandir, MH Hissar)
Himachal Pradesh
6 (MH Kasuali, MH Shimla, MH Bakloh, MH Dalhousie, MH Palampur,
MH Yol)
Jammu & Kashmir
11 (171MH Samba, Comd Hosp NC Udhampur, MH Doda, MH Kargil, 92BH
Srinagar, 150GH Rajouri, 153 GH Leh, 166MH Jammu, 168MH Tangdhar, 169MH Surakot, 170MH Akhnoor)
2 (MH Namkum, MH Ramgarh)
1 (MH Belgaum)
1 (INHS Patanjali, Karwar)
1 (Commd Hosp AF CHAFB)
3 (MH Cannonore, MH Trivandrum, MH Wellignton)
2 (INHS Sanjivani, INHS Navjivani)
Madhya Pradesh
6 (MH Bhopal, MH Gwalior, MH Saugor, MH Jabalpur, MH Mhow, MH
1 (3AFH Amla)
9 ((MH Ahmednagar, MH Aurangabad, MH Deviali, MH Kamptee, MH
Khadakvasal, MH Kirkee, Comd Hosp SC Pune, MH CTC Pune, MH Pulgaon))
2 (INHS Asvini Mumbai, INHS Kasturi Lonavala)
1 (183 MH Leimakong)
1 (MH Shillong)
2 (154 GH Zakhama, 165MH Dimarpur)
1 (MH Gopalpur)
1 (INHS Nivarani, Chilka)
9 (MH Amritsar, MH Jalandhar, MH Patiala, 159GH Ferozpur, 167MH
Pathankot, 172 Gurdaspur, 173MH Faridkot, 174MH Baathinda, 175MH Abohar)
1 (9AFH Halawara)
10 (MH Jodhpur, MH Nasirabad, 177MH Jalipa, 185MH Udaipur, MH
Alwar, MH Jaipur, MH Kota, 176MH 
Sri Ganganagar, 184MH Suratgarh, 187MH Bikaner)
1 (15AFH Jaisalmer)
1 (178MH Gangtok)
Tamil Nadu
2 (MH Avadi, MH Chennai)
1 (6AFH Coimbatore)
2 (MH Golconda, MH Secundrabad)
1 (182MH Agartala)
5 (MH Dehradun, MH Lansdowne, MH Ranikhet, MH Roorkee, 161MH
Uttar Pradesh
12 (MH Babina, MH Jhansi, MH Agra, MH Allahabad, MH Bareilly, BH
Lucknow, Comd Hosp (CC) Lucknow, MH Faizabad, MH Fatehgarh, MH Mathura, MH Meerut MH Varanasi)
3 (7AFH Kanpur, 11AFH Hindon, 12AFH Gorkhpur)
West Bengal
7 (BH Barrackpore, Comd Hosp (EC) Kolkata, MH Panagarh, 158BH
Bendubi, 163MH Lebong, 164MH Binaguri, 179MH Kalimpong)
2 (4AFH Kalakunda, 10AFH Hasimara)
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
1 (INHS Dhanvantari, Portblair)
2 (Army Hosp (R&R), BH Delhi Cantt)
This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri Ashwini Kumarin Lok Sabha today.
Source: PIB News
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Empanelment and De-Panelling of Private Hospitals under CGHS

Empanelment and De-Panelling of Private Hospitals under CGHS

CGHS empanels eligible private hospitals as and when they apply and sign Memorandum of Agreement as per terms and conditions of empanelment under tender process/continuous empanelment scheme. Some private hospitals have opted out of CGHS. The details are at Annexure.

 The above statement said in a written reply to a question in Parliament on 20.3.2018 by the Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey.

No. of Hospitals opted out from CGHS during the last 3 years
Names of Hospitals
Reasons for opting out
(i) Nidhi Hospital
(ii) Anand surgical
(iii) Sidhi Vinayak
Due to technical problem and delay in payment.
(i) Vasan Eye Care, Nagarbhavi
 Change in Management
(ii) Medihope Super Speciality Hospital
Inability to provide certain service
(iii) Shirdi Sai Hospital Pvt. Ltd.
Due to renovation
Centre For Sight
Low CGHS rates.
(i) Guwahati Neurological Research Centre Hospital
Due to technical reasons
(ii) International Hospitals
(iii) Nemcare Hospitals
(iv) Primus imaging Pvt. Ltd.
(i) Suretech Eye Hospital
Did not want QCI recommendation to continue.
(ii) Suretech Diagnostic Centre

(iii) Zenith Hospital
(i) Bhandari Dental Clinic
Low CGHS rates
for dental
(ii) Ace Hospital
Could not obtain
(iii) Sant Dyaneshwar Hospital
Could not obtain
(iv) Sai Sneha Hospital
Could not obtain
(v) Colony Nursing Home
Could not obtain
(vi) Sangamerkar Hospital
Could not obtain
(vii) Ruby Hall Clinic
Delay in payment
(viii) Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie
Delay in payment
(ix) Sahydari Hospital Nagar Rd.
Delay in payment
(x) Shyadri Hospital Karve Rd
Delay in payment
(xi) Janagir Hospital
Delay in payment
(xii) Meivision Diagnostic Centre
Could not obtain QCI recommendation
(xiii) Rakshak Hospital
Could not obtain QCI recommendation
(xiv) Dhanashree Hospital  
Could not obtain QCI recommendation
(xv) Kavade Nursing Home
Could not obtain QCI recommendation
(xvi) Vasan Eye Hospital
Change in Management.
(i) Deepak Memorial Hospital
No reasons
specified by the
hospitals for
opting out.
(ii) Delhi Max Hospital, Pitampura
(iii) Dr. A. Lalchandani pathology laboratories
(iv) Mahajan Imaging Centre, Pusa Road, New Delhi
(v) Mahajan Imaging Centre, B1, Vasant Kunj
(vi) Dr. P. Bhasin path Lab (p) Ltd, Dwarka, New Delhi.
(vii) Alchemist Hospital, Gurgaon
(viii) Max Hospital, Gurgaon.
(ix) Max Hospital, Noida
(x) Apex Diagnostic, Gurgaon
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