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Thursday, March 23, 2017

7th CPC Allowance Committee - Not yet submitted its report to Government.

DoPT Minister replied in Lok Sabha on 22nd March 2017 regarding the status of the Committee on Allowances.
Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office Shri DR. JITENDRA SINGH said in a written reply to various questions regarding the report of allowance committee in Parliament on 22.3.2017 as follows…
“Several representations have been received from various employees’ associations on allowances by the Committee on Allowances. Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM) has also requested to resolve the pending issues including allowances as soon as possible.
To examine the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission on Allowances (other than Dearness Allowance), a Committee of Secretaries under the Chairmanship of Finance Secretary and Secretary, Expenditure has been set up by the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure on 22.07.2016.
In the 13 meetings held so far, the Committee has interacted with National Council (Staff Side), Joint Consultative Machinery (JCM) and the representatives of All India Railwaymen Federation (AIRF), National Federation of Indian Railwaymen (NFIR), All India Train Controllers Association (AITCA), All India Guards Council (AIGC), Federation of National Postal Organization, National Federation of Postal Employees, Bhartiya Postal Employees Federation, Bhartiya Postal Employees Association (Group-C), Joint Action Council of Service Doctors Organization (JACSDO), All India GDMO Association (AIGDMOA), Delhi Administration Doctors Welfare Association (DADWA), Faculty Association (Maulana Azad Medical College and associated hospitals), Faculty Welfare Association (Lady Hardinge Medical College), Safdarjung Hospital Medical Officers Association, All India Government Nurses Federation (AIGNF), Railway Nurses of India, All India ESIC Nurses Federation, PGI Nurses Welfare Association, Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI), National Federation of Atomic Energy (NFAEE).
The Committee has not yet submitted its report to the Government. Decisions on implementing the Report will be taken after the Report is submitted by the Committee.”

VERY IMPORTANT JUDGEMENT FROM HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF MADRAS - IMPLEMENTATION OF MACP

VERY IMPORTANT JUDGEMENT FROM HON'BLE HIGH COURT OF MADRAS - IMPLEMENTATION OF MACP RETROSPECTIVELY W.E.F. 01-09-2008 AND DENYING PROMOTIONAL HIERARCHY UNDER ACP FOR THOSE WHO HAVE COMPLE TED REQUIRED SERVICE DURING THE PERIOD BETWEEN 01-09-2009 TO 19-05-2009 HELD NOT LEGAL

Air India LTC 80 Fare as on March 2017 for Central Government Employees

 Central Government Employees travelling on LTC will have to purchase only Air India Tickets under LTC 80 Fare
Instructions issued by Govt from time to time envisages that Central Government Employees will have to travel only by Air India by purchasing LTC 80 tickets, when they availAir under Leave Travel concession.
Govt has also issued instructions regarding eligibility for reimbursement of Private Air tickets fare other than Air India LTC 80 Tickets, in certain circumstances such as non-availablity of Air India flights, tickets etc.
The Latest Air India LTC 80 Fare with effect from March 2017 along with Air India’s conditions for booking air tickets under LTC concession.
LTC Concession
Eligibility:Air India offers LTC in Economy and Business class Indians and their family members traveling on leave.For the purpose of concession, the family includes Spouse, dependent children 12Yrs and above and dependent Parents. They must be employed in the following institutions where leave facility is available:
– Central & State Government.
– Public Sector Organizations.
– Educational Institute recognized / aided by Central / State Governments and / or officiated to any of the Universities / Education Boards.
Required Documents:Official ID card. Family members to carry the copy of the same.
Discount:Specific HLTC fare in Economy and DLTC in Business class.
Travel:Any sector within India.
Ticket Validity:1 Year from date of issue
Advance Purchase:Not required. Ticket can be purchased any time
Children:Normal discount on the class of travel. No additional discount applies.
Infant:(Under 2 years) 1st accompanying Infant – Rs.1000 per coupon, Plus applicable taxes. 2nd and more Infants, no discount permissible.
Date/Flight change, Cancellation & Refund:Permitted – Fee applies
TABLE – IV : LTC Fares
SECTOR & V.VHLTC (Economy Class)DLTC (Executive Class)


Base FareBase Fare
AgartalaKolkata
5741
12601
AgattiBengaluru
10141

AgattiKochi
10421

AgraDelhi
7531
18476
AgraKhajuraho
5741
11001
AgraVaranasi
6796
15872
AhmedabadChennai
10376
33856
AhmedabadDelhi
8150
22628
AhmedabadHyderabad
9226
25124
AhmedabadMumbai
6201
18792
AizawlImphal
6316
11800
AizawlKolkata
6476
13853
AllahabadDelhi
8391

AllahabadKanpur
7531

AllahabadMumbai
12351

AmritsarDelhi
6216
18680
AmritsarMumbai
13461
35400
AmritsarNanded
13461
35400
AurangabadDelhi
10951
27552
AurangabadMumbai
6301
17880
BagdograDelhi
12666
27400
BagdograKolkata
7286
17840
BhatindaDelhi
6901

BengaluruChennai
6551
13396
BengaluruDelhi
13551
39956
BengaluruGoa
7001
20056
BengaluruHubli
6671

BengaluruHyderabad
7301
21556
BengaluruKochi
6351
14032
BengaluruKolkata
13351
37072
BengaluruMangalore
6786

BengaluruMumbai
9001
21644
BengaluruMysore
6351

BengaluruPune
8034
21368
BengaluruTirupati
7071

BengaluruTrivandrum
7301
16948
BengaluruVijayawada
7101

BhavnagarMumbai
6786

BhopalDelhi
6651
22200
BhopalHyderabad
7900

BhopalIndore
6131
12732
BhopalJabalpur
6901

BhopalMumbai
7206
23880
BhopalPune
7101

BhopalRaipur
7180

BhubaneshwarDelhi
11951
32813
BhubaneshwarMumbai
12351
35108
BhubaneshwarPort Blair
14166

BhubaneshwarVaranasi
8550
23880
BhujMumbai
8391

ChandigarhDelhi
6151
18508
ChandigarhJammu
6901

ChandigarhLeh
6551
14032
ChandigarhMumbai
11786
35400
ChandigarhPune
11786
35400
ChennaiCoimbatore
7171
17120
ChennaiDelhi
12106
39724
ChennaiGoa
8161
21052
ChennaiHyderabad
6301
18328
ChennaiKochi
7101
19312
ChennaiKolkata
11516
36144
ChennaiMadurai
6101
17012
ChennaiMumbai
11521
27680
ChennaiPortblair
12361
33312
ChennaiPune
10001
26752
ChennaiTrivandrum
7451
19320
CoimbatoreDelhi
13401
41624
CoimbatoreMumbai
10951
27480
DehradunDelhi
7071
17400
DehliDharamsala
6671

DehliDurgapur
12011
33672
DelhiGaya
9001
23524
DelhiGoa
12471
33260
DelhiGorakhpur
7206

DelhiGuwahati
13461
33904
DelhiGwalior
6901
12614
DelhiHyderabad
11351
33960
DelhiImphal
12731
38000
DelhiIndore
6701
20668
DelhiJabalpur
8251

DelhiJaipur
5401
17880
DelhiJammu
6251
18836
DelhiJodhpur
7556
18940
DelhiKanpur
7171

DelhiKhajuraho
7501
19836
DelhiKochi
16001
44668
DelhiKolkata
12011
34600
DelhiKozhikode
13701
40024
DelhiKullu
8151

DelhiLeh
7351
19872
DelhiLucknow
6671
18680
DelhiMangalore
13551
39956
DelhiMumbai
11901
31360
DelhiNagpur
9321
22718
DelhiPantnagar
6151

DelhiPatna
9301
23120
DelhiPort Blair
25166
44668
DelhiPune
12351
36872
DelhiRaipur
10001
27952
DelhiRajkot
11251

DelhiRanchi
11761
27480
DelhiSrinagar
8051
22364
DelhiSurat
11251
26536
DelhiTirupati
12666
38000
DelhiTrivandrum
15806
44668
DelhiUdaipur
7636
22680
DelhiVadodra
9201
25476
DelhiVaranasi
7531
22600
DelhiVijayawada
11516
33874
DelhiVishakhapatnam
13351
35876
DibrugarhDimapur
5101
11276
DibrugarhKolkata
9551
18312
DimapurKolkata
7951
16827
DiuMumbai
6901

DurgapurKolkata
6253
17880
GayaKolkata
6351
14550
GayaVaranasi
6701
12110
GoaHyderabad
7101
19880
GoaKochi
6851
19123
GoaMumbai
7171
17120
GoaPune
6386
17880
GuwahatiImphal
6751
17880
GuwahatiKolkata
6926
18280
GuwahatiLilabari
7001

GuwahatiSilchar
7101

GuwahatiTezpur
5951

GwaliorMumbai
10551
23946
HubliMumbai
6671

HyderabadJabalpur
7900

HyderabadKolkata
12646
33340
HyderabadMumbai
7101
19696
HyderabadPune
7081
18912
HyderabadTirupati
6506
17880
HyderabadVaranasi
11761
27456
HyderabadVijayawada
6901
17880
HyderabadVishakhapatnam
6796
17880
ImphalKolkata
6131
14480
IndoreMumbai
6331
17128
JaipurMumbai
10001
24316
JaipurJodhpur
7031
16280
JammuLeh
6736
17880
JammuSrinagar
6253
17880
JamnagarMumbai
7031
16280
JodhpurMumbai
9836
24180
KhajurahoVaranasi
6786
19480
KochiMumbai
11351
28068
KochiTrivandrum
6151
10804
KolkataLilabari
9950

KolkataMumbai
12136
38000
KolkataPort Blair
14021
33708
KolkataRanchi
6386

KolkataShillong
7331

KolkataSilchar
6851
14228
KolkataTezpur
7001

KozhikodeMumbai
11250
29536
LehSrinagar
6453
17880
LucknowMumbai
11001
33340
MaduraiMumbai
10801
30284
MangaloreMumbai
7936
20552
MumbaiNagpur
6851
19892
MumbaiRaipur
11650
26396
MumbaiRajkot
7131
17880
MumbaiRanchi
12701
34160
MumbaiSurat
6151

MumbaiTrivandrum
13151
30552
MumbaiUdaipur
6636
22280
MumbaiVaranasi
12646
31221
MumbaiVishakhapatnam
12051
30016
Port BlairVishakhapatnam
12646
29621
PuneRaipur
9301

RaipurNagpur
7031
16280
RaipurVishakhapatnam
6101
15999
SilcharTezpur
5951

VijayawadaVishakhapatnam
6901

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Usages of DoP ATMs-Rationalization of number of free transactions - RBI

The competent authority has accorded approval for fixing  following limits of ATM transactions in line with the RBI guidelines with immediate effect.
1. DOP customers on DoP ATMs  --   Unlimited number of transactions (financial and non financial) in a month.
2. DOP Customers on other bank ATMs in the 6 metros specified in RBI guidelines--- 3 free transactions (financial and non financial) in a month beyond which Rs.20/= + taxes  per transaction be charged from customers
3. DOP customers on other bank ATMs in non-metros(other than 6 metros specified in RBI guidelines)--- 5 free transactions (financial and non financial) in a month beyond which Rs.20/= + taxes per transactions be charged from customers.

 

New look of Post Office ATM at Park Street HPO


Grant of Child Adoption Leave of 180 days to female BSNL employees and extension of the facility of paternity Leave to adoptive fathers

bsnl

No.1-13/2016-PAT(BSNL)
Dated, the 20-03-2017
OFFICE ORDER

Sub: Grant of Child Adoption Leave of 180 days to female BSNL employees and extension of the facility of paternity Leave to adoptive fathers.

Leave on adoption of a child is admissible to female BSNL employee as per the provisions of Rule 43-B of CCS (Leave) Rule, 1972. As per DOPT OM No.13018/1/2009-Estt.(L) dated 22.07.2009, Child Adoption Leave to women government employees has been enhanced from 135 days to 180 days and extended the facility of Paternity Leave to adoptive fathers. Prior to DOP&T OM No.13018/1/2009-Estt.(L) dated 22.07.2009, the Child adoption leave for 135 days was admissible to the female government servants on adoption of a Child upto one year of age vide DOP&T OM No.13010/1/2004-Estt(L) 31.03.2006.

2. The case for grant of child adoption Leave of 180 days to female BSNL employees and paternity leave to BSNL male employees as per DOP&T OM dated 22.07.2009 has been examined by this office and it has been decided to make the provision of this OM dated 22.07.2009 applicable in BSNL. Accordingly, approval of the Competent Authority is, hereby, conveyed for following:- 

(i) Leave of 180 days to the female BSNL employees who are adoptive mothers with fewer than two surviving Children may be granted as Child Adoption Leave on valid adoption of a child upto one year of age, on the lines of maternity leave admissible to natural mothers on the terms and conditions as laid down in DOP&T OM NO.13018/4/2004-Estt. (L) dated 31.03.2006 (Copy enclosed) and

(ii) A male employee with less than two surviving children, on valid adoption of a child below the age of one year, may be granted Paternity Leave for a period of 15 days within a period of six months from the date of valid adoption.

3. These orders shall take effect from the date of issue.

Encl: as above.


(S.P. Bhatta)
Assistant General Manager (Estt.I)
Tel.No.23037477
Signed Copy

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Postal ATM transactions



Charges are configured for ATM Issuer transactions(DOP Cards in other bank ATMs) from 22/03/17 onward.
Charges are applicable, if number of financial/non financial transactions put together exceeds above 3 in metro cities and 5 in non metro cities in a calendar month.

Rs 20 + Rs 3 will be deducted from customers POSB accounts exceeding the limit prescribed above. Transactions count will be considered from 1st of March 2017. Charges will be levied only for the transactions done on or after 22/03/2017 exceeding the prescribed limit.

 There will not be any charges for the transactions done using POSB card in DOP ATMs.