Tuesday, 29 January 2013

GUIDE LINES AND CEILING RATES FOR LIVER TRANSPLANT SURGERY2013

CLARIFICATION ON ORDERS ISSUED ON 01/01/2013 REGARDING INVESTIGATIONS AT CGHS EMPANELLED DIAGNOSTIC CENTRES-ORDER DATED 15/01/2013

Revised -Mass Public Meeting on 7.02.2013


CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

EMPLOYEES AND WORKERS KARNATAKA STATE

ALL INDIA DEFENCE EMPLOYEES FEDERATION

AKHILA KARNATAKA STATE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

FEDERATION (OKKUTA)

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES

February 20th & 21st Strike


Mass Public Meeting on 7.02.2013

 at 1.15 pm Venue: GPO Bangalore

at 5.15 Pm Venue: City RMS Bangalore


Address by
Com. S. K. Vyas, President Confederation of CGEs New Delhi
& other Trade Union Leaders  

Demands

Revise the wages of the Central Government Employees with effect from           
   1.1.2011 by setting up the 7th CPC.
*  Assured Statutory Pension to all
* Revise HRA & CCA to State Government Employees on par with Central 
   Government Employees
*  Uniform Pay & Allowances to State Government Employees on par with 
    Central Government Employees.

M a k e F ebruary 20th & 21st Strike a Success

Monday, 21 January 2013

REVISED NORMS FOR THE OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES AT SPEED POST SORTING HUBS, INTRA-CIRCLE HUBS AND COMPUTERISED REGISTRATION CENTRES


D.G. Posts No. 28-8/2011-D Dated 17.01.2013.
Reference is invited to the Directorate Memo No. 30-64/2009-D dated 08.10.2009, vide which ad-hoc norms for processing of Speed articles at Speed Post Centers were circulated. Attention is also drawn to the Directorate Memo No. 28-5/2006-D dated 13.09.2006, vide which norms for processing of registered articles at Computerized Registration Centers (CRs) were circulated.
2.         The matter relating to revision of norms for various activities at Speed Post Sorting Hubs, Intra-Circle Hubs and CRCs was under examination at this Directorate. Based on the Wok Study undertaken by the Directorate with respect to Speed Post operations at Speed Post Centers (restructured as ‘Sorting Hubs’ as part of Mail Network Optimization Project) and extension of operational processes followed at  Speed Post Hubs and Intra-Circle Hubs to the CRCs, norms for various activities have been revised. The revised norms are given at the Annexure and would be applicable to Speed Post Sorting Hubs and Intra-Circle Hubs as well as CRCs.
3.         The revised norms for activities at Speed Post Sorting Hubs, Intra-Circle Hubs and CRCs would be applicable with immediate effect.
            This issue with the concurrences of Integrated Finance Wing and approval of Secretary (Posts)
Sd/-
(Rishikesh)
Director (Mail Management)

Annexure

REVISED NORMS FOR ACTIVITIES AT SPEED POST SORTING HUBS, INTRA-CIRCLE HUBS AND COMPUTERIZED REGISTRATION CENTRES (CRCS).
Item
Item of Work
Revised time factor(
 in minutes)
01
Switching on and opening of computer by user
2.00
02
Receipt of bag
0.166 rounded to 0.17
03
Examination & opening of bags
0.5
04
Examination of articles received
0.11
05
Scanning of article in receipt
0.44 (25 articles per minute or 1500 per hour)
06
Sorting of articles
0.063 (950 articles per hour)
07
Scanning of article for dispatch
0.04 (25 articles per minute)
08
Generation of list
0.40
09
Closing of bags
1.00
10
Preparation of mail  lists
0.20
11
Opening/examination/sorting and preparation of bundles
0.15
12
(i) Dispatch of Mail
(ii)Receipt of bag from sorter
(iii) Preparation of TBs
(iv)Dispatch of mail
1 minute per bag
13
Misc. work/irregularities
10% of total work hours.
14
Clicking shift end and switching off computer by SA/RSA
1.33
15
Supervisor
1 on 6 SAs/RSAs.
On less than 6 SAs/RSAs, coefficient of 1.20 hrs. is required to be given on each SA/RSA

Note: Articles for the purpose of CRC include ‘High Value Money Orders (HVMOs).

F ebruary 20th & 21st Strike


CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYEES AND WORKERS KARNATAKA STATE
ALL INDIA DEFENCE EMPLOYEES FEDERATION
AKHILA KARNATAKA STATE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FEDERATION (OKKUTA)
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES GROUP"C'[FNPO]

February 20th & 21st Strike

Mass Rally & Public Meeting on 7.02.2013 at 2.30 pm
Rally from Anand Rao Circle (Gandhi Statue) to Freedom Park

Address by
Com. S. K. Vyas, President Confederation of CGEs New Delhi
& other Trade Union Leaders  






Demands
Revise the wages of the Central Government Employees with effect from 1.1.2011 by setting up the 7th CPC.
*  Assured statutory Pension to all
 * Revise HRA & CCA to State Government Employees on par with Central Government Employees
*  Uniform Pay & Allowances to State Government Employees on par with Central Government Employees.

M a k e F ebruary 20th & 21st Strike a Success
Workers Unity Zindabad

Ad-hoc service in Central Government Service


Ad-hoc service under the Central Government Service and rules laid down for making ad-hoc service permanent

The total period for which the appointment/promotion may be made, on ad-hoc basis, is limited to one year. In case there are compulsions for extending any ad-hoc appointment/promotion beyond one year, the approval of the Department of Personnel & Training has to be sought. Also, the Department of Personnel & Training has delegated powers to the administrative Ministries/Departments for appointing the officials of Group ‘C’ and erstwhile Group ‘D’ posts on ad-hoc basis upto a period of three years, in consideration of exigency of work.
As per the extant policy of the Government, all posts are to be filled in accordance with provisions of the applicable Recruitment Rules. Promotions/appointments on ad-hoc basis are resorted to in exceptional circumstances, to a post which cannot be kept vacant in consideration of its functional/operational requirement. Such ad-hoc appointees have to be replaced with regular incumbents, selected in accordance with procedure prescribed in the relevant applicable statutory Recruitment Rules, at the earliest. In view of this, there is no requirement of making ad-hoc service permanent.

This information was submitted as a written reply to a question in the Parliament by the Minister Shri.V.Narayanasamy on 19th December 2012.

Sunday, 20 January 2013

Friday, 18 January 2013

Clarification on expansion of clientele eligible for PLI Reg.

Retirement Benefits under New Pension Scheme.

ACP and MACP Scheme – Stepping up of pay of Senior Employees

CGHS Orders 2013 : Regarding tests/investigations at private hospitals / diagnostic laboratories / imaging centres empanelled under CGHS.

CGHS Orders 2013 : Regarding tests/investigations at private hospitals / diagnostic laboratories / imaging centres empanelled under CGHS. ( Office Memorandum of even no. dated 1st January, 2013)



S-11045/40 /2012/CGHS/HEC/CGHS (P)
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare

Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the 15th January, 2013

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Regarding tests/investigations at private hospitals / diagnostic laboratories / imaging centres empanelled under CGHS.

The undersigned is directed to refer to the Office Memorandum of even no. dated 1st January, 2013 on the above subject and to further lay down the procedure for getting the diagnostic tests / investigations carried out at the CGHS empanelled private hospitals / diagnostic laboratories / imaging centres on a valid prescription issued by a CGHS Medical Officer / Government Specialist, without a referral / permission letter from the Department concerned or CMO-in-charge of CGHS Weliness Centre, as the case may be.

2. The CGHS empanelled private hospitals / diagnostic laboratories / imaging centres shall perform the investigations /diagnostic tests as prescribed by the CGHS Medical Officer /Government Specialist on cashless basis to the CGHS pensioner beneficiaries, ex-MPs, freedom fighters and other eligible categories of CGHS beneficiaries, who are presently eligible for credit facility, at CGHS approved rates, only in respect of the tests / investigations for which CGHS rates are available.

3. The Serving beneficiaries will not require any permission from their Department for getting the diagnostic tests / investigations carried out in a CGHS empanelled private hospital /diagnostic laboratory / imaging centre in respect of investigations for which CGHS rates are available. They will get the prescribed tests done on payment basis and claim reimbursement from their Office.

4. For providing cashless facilities to the eligible CGHS beneficiaries, the empanelled private hospital / diagnostic laboratory / imaging centre shall obtain the prescription either in original or self-attested copy of the prescription and self attested photocopies of the CGHS card of the patient and the CGHS card of the main CGHS card holder beneficiary and enclose the same with their bills for claiming payment from CGHS or the Department concerned, as the case may be. The hospital / diagnostic laboratory / imaging centre shall 
however, verify the self attested copies from the original prescription / CGHS cards, before allowing the credit facility to the eligible CGHS beneficiary.

5. The medical prescription issued by a CGHS Medical Officer / Government Specialist prescribing diagnostic tests / investigations shall be treated as valid for a single use within a period of two weeks from the date of prescription unless specifically provided otherwise by the Government Specialist in the prescription, about the date or period after which the prescribed tests are to be conducted for a follow up treatment. The medical prescription would require revalidation or issue of a fresh prescription from the prescribing CGHS doctor/Government Specialist for getting the prescribed tests done after expiry of the validity period of two weeks, as indicated above.

6. The CGHS empanelled private hospitals / diagnostic laboratories / imaging centres shall provide cashless facilities to the serving CGHS beneficiaries entitled for credit facilities in terms of this Ministry’s OM No Rec.1-2008/ Gr./CGHS/Delhi/CGHS (P) dated 10.06.2008, on submission of a self attested photocopy of his / her identity card issued by the Department / Ministry, alongwith self attested photocopies of the CGHS card of the patient and the main cardholder. The hospital / diagnostic laboratory / imaging centre shall enclose the above documents with their bills to the Department concerned for claiming payment. 

sd/-
(V.P.Singh)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India

Wednesday, 16 January 2013


On behalf of Karnataka Circle Sri B.Shivakumar, Asst. General Secretary, & Deputizing C/S SrK.M.NarendraNaik, Sri R.Sudhakar, Circle Treasurer, women’s committee member Smt. Susheelamma and some of Divisional Secretaries of Karnataka Circle has honouredto Smt. Dr. KilliKrupa Rani, Honorable Minister of State for communication &IT &G.Sanjeeva Reddy, Ex-MP, President of All India INTUC & ITUC APRO (Singapore) with mysorepeta, shal with special garlands and submitted memorandum regarding welfare of the postal employees.















Monday, 14 January 2013

subjects committee

The subjects committee continued on 12-01-2013&13-01-2013. 31 delegates participated in the discusson.The delegates discussed the issues confronting the Postal Group C and new Developments in the Department and consequent repercussions on the employees. The policy document was prepared and Resolutions adopted

The following office bearers were elected for the years 2013-14

President:                                                         Sri Rajat Subroto Das West Bengal.

Vice presidents                                                  1. V S.Singh,Sahran pur UP

                                                                         2  .V.K Mehra,Jammu J&K

                                                                         3 ... Mohinder Singh, Punjab

GENERAL SECRETARY                          D.KISHAN RAO,PA,Khairatabad  HYDERABAD(AP)

Asst General Secretaries B.SHIVA KUMAR.Jayanager IIIrd Block 

  PO BANGALORE -11 KARNATAKA CIRCLE    
                                                                        G.P.Muthukrishnan, PA Anna Road,TN
                                                                       Johnson Avokkaran.Kerala

                                                                       P.R.Kulakarni,Maharastra

                                                                       P.Jaiswal, Madhayapradesh

Financial Secretary                                        Shri Bhagwan,Delhi GPO

Asst.Financial secretary                                      S.Samson, Chattisgarh

Organising Secretaries                                        N.K Pandya, Gujarat

                                                                          Ajay kumar Sharma,Bihar 

                                                                           Vasireddi Sivaji,Andhrapradesh

                                       M/S Lal & Co Delhi are appointed as Auditors