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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

AICPIN FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2012

All India Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers
         
All India Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) on base 2001=100 for the month of January, 2012 increased by 1 point and stood at 198 (one hundred & ninety eight).

            During January, 2012, the index recorded maximum increase of 9 points each in Haldia and Bhilai centres, 7 points  in Jamshedpur centre, 6 points each in Tiruchirapally and Srinagar centres, 5 points  in 2 centres, 4 points in 7 centres, 3 points in 7 centres, 2 points in 11 centres and 1 point in 18 centres. The index decreased by 3 points each in Rangapara Tezpur and Godavarikhani centres, 2 points each in Madurai and Mercara centres, 1 point in 8 centres, while in the remaining 16 centres the index remained stationary.

            The maximum increase of 9 points in Haldia and Bhillai centres is mainly on account of Housing Index and increase in the prices of Wheat, Mustard Oil, etc. The increase of 7 points in Jamshedpur centre is mainly due to Housing Index and increase in the prices of Mustard Oil, Goat Meat, Vegetable & Fruit items, Tea (Readymade), Firewood, Soft Coke, Barber Charges, etc. The increase of 6 points in Tiruchirapally and Srinagar centres is mainly on account of Housing Index and increase in the prices of Rice, Wheat Atta, Mustard Oil, Milk, Vegetable & Fruit items, Tea (Readymade), etc. The decrease of 3 points in Rangapara Tezpur and Godavarikhani centres is due to decrease in the prices of Rice, Onion, Chillies Green, Vegetable items, etc. The decrease of 2 points in Madurai and Mercara centres is due to decrease in the prices of Rice, Wheat, Fish Fresh, Poultry (Chicken), Onion, Vegetable & Fruit items, etc.
            The indices in respect of the six major centres are as follows :

1. Ahmedabad
192

2. Bangalore
200

3. Chennai
187

4. Delhi
181

5. Kolkata
184

6. Mumbai
199

            The point to point rate of inflation based on CPI-IW (General) for the month of January, 2012 is 5.32% as compared to 6.49% in December, 2011. Inflation based on Food Index dipped to the level of 0.49% in January, 2012 as compared to 1.97% in December, 2011.

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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Kids of widowed daughters to be included in CGHS

It’s a move that will go a long way in empowering widowed/separated daughters dependent on their parents. Last month, the ministry of health and family welfare decided to expand the ambit of Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) to include dependent children of widowed/separated daughters as beneficiaries under the government’s comprehensive health scheme. Till now, serving central government employees, pensioners, current and former members of Parliament, serving and retired judges of Supreme Court and high court, freedom fighters, accredited journalists, former governor and former vice president of India could avail of CGHS benefits.
“The move has been initiated with the aim of empowering widowed and separated daughters who live with parents who are CGHS beneficiaries,” said a health ministry official.

Though the health ministry does not have an exact count of dependent children of widowed/ separated daughters of CGHS beneficiaries, senior officials said the move would benefit thousands of children.

“It’s a conservative estimate that the number would run into thousands,” said a ministry official.

Currently, there are nine lakh CGHS beneficiaries in India, of which six lakh are serving government employees.

Currently, the health ministry spends approximately R1,200 crore on CGHS. “The number of dependent children of widowed/separated daughters of CGHS beneficiaries runs into a few thousands. It won’t result in any massive hike in the CGHS budget,” said a senior ministry official.

The decision was taken following the recommendation of the 6th Central Pay Commission to expand the definition of “family” under CGHS.

“The health ministry has examined the matter and it has now been decided, with the approval of the competent authority, to expand the definition of family under CGHS to include minor children of widowed/separated daughters, who are dependent upon the CGHS beneficiary,” a ministry circular stated.

The upper age limit of the dependents for the purpose of being eligible for CGHS medical facilities will be 18 years. “They should normally be residing with the government servant/pensioner,” the circular added.

The Central Government Health Scheme was started in 1954 to provide comprehensive health care facilities to central government employees, pensioners and their family members residing in CGHS covered cities.

The medical facilities are provided through wellness centres, polyclinics under allopathic, ayurveda, yoga, unani and homeopathic system of medicines.

Courtesy:Hindustan times
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MAGNIFICENT STRIKE BY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

CONFEDERATION OF
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND WORKERS
 Manishinath Bhawan, A/2/95 Rajouri Garden
 New Delhi. 110 027
Date: 28th February 2012
PRESS STATEMENT

The General Strike of Indian working class for which the call was given by the Central Trade Unions and endorsed by all the Federations and the Central and State Govt. Employees elicited the largest participation today. The increased participation of workers in the industrial action was indicative of the growing realization of the need to struggle against the present economic policies of the Govt. of India.

The Central Govt. employees throughout the country responded to the call admirably in as much as the strike was almost total in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, Manipur and about 80% in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, and partial in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Arunachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Orissa and Gujarat.

The strike was no doubt an impressive reflection of the total discontent of the employees over the various policy decisions like scrapping of the existing pension scheme, outsourcing, contractorisation and privatisation which have threatened the job security. The increasing prices of essential commodities had added to the agony and despite periodical wage increase through the system of Dearness Compensation, the employees found it difficult to make the both ends meet with the existing emoluments.

The Confederation National Secretariat while congratulating the Central Govt. Employees in general for the total co-operation in making the strike action a grand success, particularly place on record the exemplary and magnificent achievement of Income Tax Employees Federation and All India Central Ground Water Board Employees Association, who could make cent percent of their members to participate in the strike.

We once again call upon the affiliates to go ahead with the preparation of the next strike action in pursuance of the 14-point Charter of Demands which are of exclusive concern to Central Government Employees.

K.K.N. Kutty
Secretary General
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Trade unions have rejected Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's appeal to call off the all-India strike on Tuesday.

Dr. Singh reportedly got in touch with the Congress-backed Indian National Trade Union Congress
president G. Sanjeeva Reddy and urged him to convey his appeal to the apex body of the unions
coordinating the strike.It is the first time since independence that trade unions of all hues have got together to register their protest on a wide range of issues stemming out of the liberalisation policy.

“The appeal of the Prime Minister 48 hours before the proposed strike has no meaning. We are going
ahead with the strike. If the government is seriously interested in resolving the concerns of the workers,
it should call leaders of all trade unions for talks after the strike,” general secretary of the All India
Trade Union Congress Gurudas Dasgupta told The Hindu .

In a statement, Labour Minister Mallikarjun Kharge said: “Most of the issues relating to labour raised
by the central trade unions have already been addressed to a substantial extent. However, I do assure all
them that I am always open to discussions on any of the issues relating to labour at any time and resolve
the same amicably through consultations.”

Workers of all 11 recognised unions (to be recognised, a union has to have 4 lakh members on its rolls)
and 5,000 un-affiliated unions would strike work on Tuesday. It will impact the banking, postal, ports
and government sectors.
The demands of the unions include strict enforcement of all basic labour laws without any exception or
exemption, stringent punitive measures for violation of labour laws, universal social security cover for
the unorganised sector workers without any restriction, and the creation of a National Social Security
Fund.

The charter also seeks stoppage of disinvestment in Central and State profit-making Public Sector
Undertakings.
The trade unions want the government to step in against giving on contract work of permanent/perennial
nature and to ensure payment of wages and benefits to contract workers on a par with those to regular
workers of the industry/establishment.

Their other demands include amendment of the Minimum Wages Act to ensure universal coverage
irrespective of the schedules, fixation of statutory minimum wage at not less than Rs. 10,000, removal
of all ceilings on payment and eligibility of Bonus and Provident Fund, and increase in the quantum of
gratuity and assured pension for all.

Mr. Dasgupta said that despite several representations in the past few months, the government had been
unmoved on the major concerns of the working people.
The annual Indian Labour Conference on February 14 and 15 in the presence of Dr. Singh articulated
most of the demands and conveyed to him why the workers were compelled to take recourse to strike.
However, there was no response either from him or the Labour Minister

Source:The Hindu
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Monday, February 27, 2012

Residents of the State of J and K (Relaxation of Upper Age Limit for Recruitment to CCS and Posts) Amendment Rules, 2011.

[TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE GAZETTE OF INDIA, EXTRA ORDINARY, 
PART-II, SECTION 3, SUB-SECTION (i) ]

Government of India 
Ministiy of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions 
(Department of Personnel and Training)

New Delhi, dated the 30th December, 2011.

NOTIFICATION

   G.S.R. (E)------- In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 and clause (5) of article 148 of the Constitution, and after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India in relation to the persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, the President hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Residents of the State of Jammu and Kashmir (Relaxation of Upper Age Limit for Recruitment to Central Civil Services and Posts) Rules, 1997, namely:-

   1. (1) These rules may be called the Residents of the State of Jammu and Kashmir (Relaxation of Upper Age Limit for Recruitment to Central Civil Services and Posts) Amendment Rules, 2011.

   (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

   2. In the Residents of the State of Jammu and Kashmir (Relaxation of Upper Age Limit for Recruitment to Central Civil Services and Posts) Rules, 1997, in rule 1, in sub-rule(3), for the figures “2011”, the figures “2013” shall be substituted.

[F.No.15012/6/2011- Estt(D)]

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(Alok Kumar) 
Joint Secretary to the Government of India

Note: The principal rules were published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, vide number GSR 208(E) dated the 10th April, 1997 and subsequently amended vide:-

(i) GSR 826(E) dated the 27th December, 1999;
(ii) GSR 919(E) dated the 22nd December, 2001;
(iii) GSR 879(E) dated the 10th November, 2003;
(iv) GSR 707(E) dated the 6th December, 2005;
(v) GSR 761(E) dated the 7th December, 2007; and
(vi) GSR 839 (E) dated the 23rd November, 2009

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(Alok Kumar) 
Joint Secretary to the Govenment of India 

Source:www.persmin.nic.in

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

PFRDA invites bids for managing pension funds under NPS

Pension fund regulator PFRDA has invited bids from financial institutions to manage funds under the New Pension Scheme (NPS) for the next three years beginning April 1, 2012.

The fund managers will be required to manage the pension assets of Central government employees, according to Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA).

The three pension fund managers will have to submit bids by March 15, PFRDA said.

At present, pension funds of government employees are managed by three pension fund managers (PFMs)-- LIC Pension Fund, SBI Pension Fund, and UTI Retirement Solutions Ltd. The total corpus of the government employees as on December 2011 was Rs 12,769 crore.

These three fund managers are also eligible for participating in the bidding process, the regulator said.

The total average monthly subscriptions of government employees is around Rs 500 crore.

National Pension System (NPS) was introduced on January 1, 2004, and is mandatory for central government employees (except armed forces personnel) appointed on or after January 2004. The scheme was made available to all citizens on a voluntary basis from May 1, 2009.

Even though NPS is an immensely beneficial financial product for unorganised sector employees, especially those who do not manage a steady source of income after retirement, it has received lukewarm response till now.

To popularise the scheme, PFRDA, in September 2010, introduced the Swavalamban scheme. Under this scheme, the government contributed Rs 1,000 per year to each NPS account opened in the year 2010-11 and for the next three years, i.e., 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14.

To be eligible, a person has to make a minimum contribution of Rs 1,000 and maximum contribution of Rs 12,000 per annum.

Source:TOI

Children Education Allowance-Clarification.

No .12011/07(i)/2011-Estt(AL) 
Government of India 
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension 
Department of Personnel & Training

New Delhi, February  21-02-2012.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Children Education Allowance-Clarification-

   The undersigned is directed to refer to Department of Personnel & Training’s O.M. No.12011/03/2008—Estt.(Allowance) dated 2nd September, 2008, and subsequent clarifications issued from time to time on the subject cited above, and to state that various Ministries / Departments have been seeking clarifications on various aspects of the Children Education Allowance / Hostel Subsidy. The doubts raised by various authorities are clarified as under:
Sl
No 
Points of reference/doubts  Clarification
 1  What constitute “Fee” as per para 1(c)
 of the O.M. dated 2/9/2008 and whether
fee paid for extra-curricular activities to
some other institute and reimbursement of,
 school bags, pen/pencils. etc., can be
allowed? Is there any item-wise ceiling?
 “Fee’ shall mean fee paid to
 the school in which the child is
 studding, directly by the parents/
guardian for the items mentioned
 in para 1(e) of the O.M.dated 2/9/2008.
 Reimbursement of school bags,
 pens/pencils, etc., may not he allowed.
 There is no item-wise ceiling.
 2  Whether reimbursement can be
 allowed in case the original receipts
 are misplaced and duplicate receipts
 are produced by the Government servant?

 In case of misplacement of receipts
given by the school/institution towards
 charges received from the parents/guardian,
 reimbursement may be allowed if the
Government servant produces a duplicate
 receipt, duly authenticated by the school
authorities. Receipts from private parties,
other than the school, if misplaced shall not be ,
 entertained, even if a duplicate receipt is
produced. Original receipts from school
authorities need not be attested /
countersigned stamped by the school authorities.
 3  Whether the Government servant
is allowed to get 50% of the total
amount subject to the overall annual
 ceiling in the first quarter and the
remaining amount in third and
or fourth quarter?
 Reimbursement of 50%
of the entitled amount for
the academic year could be
 allowed in the first and/or
 second quarter and the
 remaining amount could be
reimbursed in the third
and/or fourth quarter.
However,the entire entitled
amount can be reimbursed
 in the last quarter.
 4  It is provided that whenever
 the DA increases by 50% the
 CEA will increase by 25%.
What shall be the date of
effect of such enhancement?
 Any enhancement in the ceiling
of reimbursement per annum due
 to increase in DA by 50%,
 shall be applicable on pro-rata
basis from the date of increase in DA,
 subject to actual expenditure during the quarter.


Hindi version will follow.

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(Vibha G.Mishra) 
Director 
Tel:23092483


Children Education Allowance.

No.12011/07(ii)/2011-Estt.(AL)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension
Department of Personnel & Training

New Delhi, February,21-02-2012.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Children Education Allowance.

   Subsequent to issue of Department of Personnel & Training’s O.M. No.12011/03/2008-Estt. (Allowance) dated 2nd September, 2008, and clarifications issued from time to time on the subject cited above, a number of references have been received on certain aspects of Children Education Allowance/Hostel Subsidy. After due consideration of the references, in consultation with the Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditures, the following modifications/alterations are carried out with effect from the date of issue of this O.M. on pro-rata basis:

   i. Development Fee/Parents’ Contribution charged by the school/institution in lieu of tuition fee shall be reimbursed. The Government servant will have to certify to the effect that tuition fee has not been charged by the school/institution.

   ii. Fee charged directly by the school/institution for catering to the special needs of the child with disabilities, duly certified by the school authorities, shall be reimbursed in addition to items mentioned in para 1(e) of O.M. dated 2.9.2008. The school/institution shall be aided or approved by the Central/State Government/UT Administration or whose fees are approved by any of these authorities.

   iii. The minimum age of 5 years, stipulated in O.M. No.12011/03/2008 Estt.(Allowance) dated 11th November, 2008, for disabled children, pursuing non-formal education or vocational training stands removed. Henceforth, there will be no minimum age for any child for claiming reimbursement of Children Education Allowance/Hostel Subsidy.

   2. Cases where reimbursement has been made on the basis of earlier O.M. on the issues need not he reopened.

Hindi version will follow.

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(Vibha G. Mishra)
Director

Source:www.persmin.nic.in

Combined Defence Services Exam (I) 2011 Final Results Announced

Combined Defence Services Exam (I) 2011 Final Results Announced
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced the final results of Combined Defence Services Examination (I). A total of 356 candidates (272 *Men + 84 Women), have finally qualified on the basis of the results of the Combined Defence Services Examination (I)-2011 conducted by the UPSC and  interviews held by the Services Selection Board of the Ministry of Defence for admission to the (i)  *Officers’ Training Academy, Chennai  for 95th  Short Service Commission Course (for Men) and (ii) Officers’ Training Academy, Chennai 9th Short Service Commission Women (Non-Technical) Course,  commencing in April, 2012.  The list of 95th Short Service Commission Course (for Men) also includes the names of the candidates who were recommended earlier on the basis of the result of the same examination for admission to the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kerala and Air Force Academy,  Hyderabad (Pre-Flying) Training Course(s).

The number of vacancies as intimated by the Government, for (i) 95th Short Service Commission Course (for Men) is 175 and for (ii) 9th Short Service Commission Women (Non-Technical) Course is 25.

The result of Medical Examination of candidates has not been taken into account in preparing the merit list.   The candidature of all the candidates is Provisional.  Verification of date of birth and Educational Qualification of these candidates will be done by Army HQ.

            Result is available on PIB website i.e www.pib.nic.in and also on the U.P.S.C. website i.e. www.upsc.gov.in. However, marks of the candidates will be available within 15 days from the date of declaration of final result on Commission’s web-site and will be available for 60 days.

UPSC has a Facilitation Counter near Examination Hall Building in its Campus.  Candidates may obtain any information/clarification regarding their examination on working hours in person or over telephone No. 011-23385271, 011-23381125 and 011-23098543 from this Counter.

Click here to see result

Source:pib
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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

EPFO may fix minimum pension at Rs 1,000 per month tomorrow

Retirement fund body EPFO could take a final call on fixing the minimum pension for its subscribers at Rs 1,000 per month, during a meeting of the Central Board of Trustees (CBT) scheduled tomorrow.

According to an Employees' Provident Fund Organisation's trustee, D L Sachdev, the CBT could fix minimum pension at Rs 1,000 per month for its subscribers.

The proposal is listed on the agenda for the meeting of CBT, the EPFO's apex decision making body.

The trustees body headed by the labour minister, will also discuss the proposal to issue contribution cards similar to bank passbooks to its over 4.72 crore subscribers, which would be updated on monthly basis from April 1, this year.

According to EPFO data, as of March 31, 2010, there were 35 lakh pensioners subscribed to the retirement fund body, of which 14 lakh persons get a monthly pension of less than Rs 500.

The number of EPFO pensioners getting a monthly pension of Rs 1,000 is 7 lakh. The data reveals there are cases where pensioners are getting a monthly pension as low as Rs 12 and Rs 38.

As per estimates, the proposal to hike the minimum pension to Rs 1,000 per month will require an additional contribution of 0.63 per cent of subscribers' basic pay and dearness allowance to the pension account.

The hike in contribution will be over-and-above the 8.33 per cent contributed by employers toward the pension account of employees, as well as the 1.16 per cent provided by the government under the scheme.

Source:ET
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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Concession to persons re-employed in Government Service

No. 19030/6/2010-E.IV
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
***

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 10th February, 2012

Office Memorandum

Subject:- Concession to persons re-employed in Government Service : Payment of Travelling Allowance- reg.

   References have been received whether the Travelling Allowance (TA) admissible to pensioners re-appointed to Govt. service, under SR 107 of FR & SR Part II (Travelling Allowance Rules) includes TA in respect of family of the pensioner and other TA entitlements which a serving Government official is normally entitled to on transfer.

   2. The matter has been considered and it has been decided that pensioners re-employed to posts, where holding of a post under the Central Government is a pre-requisite for such re-employment or where the Recruitment Rules of the post to which the pensioner is re-employed provides this as one of the qualifications, would be entitled to Travelling Allowance subject to the following:-

   i) The entitlement for Travelling Allowance would be with reference to the post last held and the last pay drawn under the Government, at the time of retirement.

   ii) The provisions of SR 116 of the TA Rules, as admissible to Govt. officials on transfer in public interest, would be applicable.

   iii) Unless provided for in the terms & conditions of the post where the pensioner is re-employed, if ‘TA on Retirement’ has already been claimed by the re-employed pensioner from the office/organization from where he has retired/superannuated, no additional TA would be admissible on expiry of the term of his re-employment. If the re-employed pensioner has not claimed TA on Retirement’ within six months of his retirement and he is re-employed under the Central Govt. before the expiry of six months from his date of superannuation/retirement, he can claim TA on Retirement’ after expiry of the term of his re-employment, with reference to the post held at the time of retirement and pay last drawn at the time of retirement, in terms of Gol Order No. 2 below SR 147. In such an event, the ‘TA on Retirement’ would be reimbursed by the office/organization from where the re-employed pensioner had retired/superannuated.

   3. Past cases, already settled would not be re-opened.

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(Subhash Chand)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

Source:www.finmin.nic.in

Fresh empanelment of private hospitals and diagnostic centres and revision of package rates applicable under CGHS BANGALORE AND HYDERABAD.

No: S.11011/23/2009-CGHS D.II/Hospital Cell / Part IX
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare

Maulana Azad Road, Nirman Bhawan
New Delhi 110 108 Dated the 17th January, 2012.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Fresh empanelment of private hospitals and diagnostic centres and revision of package rates applicable under CGHS BANGALORE AND HYDERABAD.

   The undersigned is directed to invite reference to this Ministry’s Office Memoranda of even number dated the 8th December 2010 and the 19th January 2011 vide which continuous empanelment scheme has been initiated under CGHS, BANGALORE AND HYDERABAD for treating CGHS beneficiaries. The CGHS rates applicable have already been notified and are available on CGHS website. Three rates were notified, one for super-speciality hospitals, the second for hospitals that were accredited with the NABH and the third for hospitals not accredited with the NABH.

   2. The undersigned is directed to enclose further list of hospitals and diagnostic centres under the categories mentioned in the application for continuous empanelment and tender document that have conveyed their acceptance of the CGHS rates notified under different CGHS Cities and have signed the Memorandum of Agreement with CGHS and have also furnished the appropriate performance bank guarantee. These hospitals and diagnostic centres are now taken as included in the list of approved hospitals for empanelment under CGHS, BANGALORE AND HYDERABAD.

   3. It has now been decided that in the list of hospitals and diagnostic centres enclosed, and have now been approved under the fresh empanelment procedure and have now signed the fresh Memorandum of Agreement and submitted the appropriate performance guarantee will be eligible to treat CGHS beneficiaries and charge at the revised rates with effect from the date of issue of this Office Memorandum. The empanelment shall be for a period of one year or till next empanelment, whichever is earlier.

   4. Reference is invited to the list of hospitals in the annexure II of OM No: S.11011/23/2009-CGHS D.ll/Hospital Cell / Part IX dated 1st November 2011 and to state that the hospitals which did not sign MOA and which are not notified as CGHS empanelled hospitals in Hyderabad and Pune stand removed from the list of approved hospitals empanelled under CGHS in Hyderabad and Pune without any further notice.

   5. This Office Memorandum and the rates applicable under CGHS for hospitals and diagnostic centres can be downloaded from the website of CGHS, http://msotransparent.nic.in/cghsnew/index.asp

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[Jai Prakash]
Under Secretary to Government of India
Click below link to view the hospitals list
Source:msotransparent.nic.in
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Appointment on Compassionate Grounds -RAILWAYS

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS
{RAILWAY BOARD}

No. E{NG}II/2011/RC-1/NE/21
New Delhi, Dated: 06.02.2012.

The General Manager (P),
All Zonal Railways/Pus.

Sub:- Appointment on Compassionate Grounds - Minimum Educational qualification - reqarding.

   References are being received from zonal Railways/PUs seeking clarification whether exemption from possession of minimum educational qualification for compassionate ground appointment for widows are still applicable after the issue of Board's instructions issued under RBE No. 166/2011.

   The matter has been examined and it is hereby advised that widows of ex-Railway employees will be covered in instructions issued under RBE No.166/2011 for the purpose of appointment on compassionate grounds.

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(Harsha Dass)
Joint Director Estt. {N}-II
Railway Board.

Source: AIRF
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Setting up of a new Rail Coach Manufacturing unit at Palakkad in Kerala

The Union Cabinet today approved the setting up of a new Rail Coach Manufacturing unit at Palakkad in Kerala to manufacture 400 coaches per annum at an estimated cost of Rs.550 crore (excluding the cost of land) as a Joint Venture in which Railways shall contribute 26% of the equity.

The new coach building plant will be set up at Palakkad in Kerala where land to the extent of about 239 acres is available for use which will be purchased by the Railways from the Government of Kerala.

This will help Indian Railways in ensuring timely availability of passenger coaches to meet the increasing demands of passenger transportation. It shall also ensure induction of state of the art aluminium coaches on Indian Railways.

The work on this project will commence during 2012-13 and will be completed within a period of 36 months.

Source:pib
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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

From Today Onwards, Carrying of Original ID Proof is Compulsory during Train Journey in All Air Conditioned Classes

New Condition is Not Applicable on Passengers Upgraded to AC Class

From  today onwards i.e. 15th February 2012, anyone of the passengers/the passenger booked on the ticket issued from computerized Passenger Reservation System (PRS counters) and Internet (i-ticket) undertaking journey in AC-3 tier, AC-2 tier, 1st AC, AC Chair Car and Executive Classes will have to carry one of the nine prescribed proofs of identity (in original) during the journey.  The passengers of these AC classes would be required to produce the Identity Card in original as and when required failing which all the passengers booked on that ticket will be treated as without ticket and charged accordingly.  However, the Identity Card (in original or its photocopy) will not be required at the time of purchase reserved AC tickets from PRS counters or i-ticket.  These instructions are valid for all categories of trains, with the above mentioned classes of travel.  The Ministry of Railways has taken this decision to prevent misuse of Reserved Train Tickets and reduce cases of travelling on transferred tickets, Ministry of Railways has decided that with effect
In case of passengers who are automatically upgraded by the system from sleeper Class to Air-conditioned class and in case of passengers who are upgraded by on-board ticket checking staff on realization of difference of fare, the condition of carrying proof of identity during the journey will not be applicable.
These fresh instructions are in addition to the existing instructions under which the passengers with Tatkal tickets and e-tickets are already required to carry original proof of identity during the course of Railway journey.  In case of Tatkal tickets, self attested photocopy of the Identity Card is required at the time of purchase from the PRS counters or Identity Card details (Number etc.) are to be entered at the time of purchase from internet.
A message on this count will be indicated on the ticket issued in the above said classes through computerized PRS/I-ticket.
Center for Railway Information System (CRIS), an organization under Ministry of Railways, has been asked to make necessary provisions in the software.
The list of valid proofs of identity are as under:-
Ø                  Voter Photo Identity Card issued by Election Commission of India.
Ø                  Passport.
Ø                  PAN Card issued by Income Tax Department.
Ø                  Driving License issued by RTO.
Ø                  Photo Identity card having serial number issued by Central/State Government.
Ø                  Student Identity Card with Photograph issued by recognized School/College for their students.
Ø                  Nationalized Bank Passbook with Photograph.
Ø                  Credit Cards issued by Banks with laminated photograph.
Ø                  Unique Identification Card “Aadhaar”.
            The scope of the term “photo identity card having serial number issued by Central/State Government” permissible under the scheme  is very wide and it covers a large number of photo identity cards, some of which are as under:
Ø                  Pension Pay Orders (PPO)
Ø                  Ration Card with photographs
Ø                  Senior citizen cards.
Ø                  Below Poverty Line (BPL) cards.
Ø                  ESI Cards (with photograph) issued for taking treatment in ESI dispensaries.
Ø                  CGHS Cards (with photograph) issued to individual family members of Central Government employees.


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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Concession to persons re-employed in Government Service.

No. 19030/6/2010-E.IV
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure


North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 10th February, 2012

Office Memorandum

Subject:- Concession to persons re-employed in Government Service : Payment of Travelling Allowance- reg.

   References have been received whether the Travelling Allowance (TA) admissible to pensioners re-appointed to Govt. service, under SR 107 of FR & SR Part II (Travelling Allowance Rules) includes TA in respect of family of the pensioner and other TA entitlements which a serving Government official is normally entitled to on transfer.

   2. The matter has been considered and it has been decided that pensioners re-employed to posts, where holding of a post under the Central Government is a pre-requisite for such re-employment or where the Recruitment Rules of the post to which the pensioner is re-employed provides this as one of the qualifications, would be entitled to Travelling Allowance subject to the following:-

   i) The entitlement for Travelling Allowance would be with reference to the post last held and the last pay drawn under the Government, at the time of retirement.

   ii) The provisions of SR 116 of the TA Rules, as admissible to Govt. officials on transfer in public interest, would be applicable.

   iii) Unless provided for in the terms & conditions of the post where the pensioner is re-employed, if ‘TA on Retirement’ has already been claimed by the re-employed pensioner from the office/organization from where he has retired/superannuated, no additional TA would be admissible on expiry of the term of his re-employment. If the re-employed pensioner has not claimed TA on Retirement’ within six months of his retirement and he is re-employed under the Central Govt. before the expiry of six months from his date of superannuation/retirement, he can claim TA on Retirement’ after expiry of the term of his re-employment, with reference to the post held at the time of retirement and pay last drawn at the time of retirement, in terms of Gol Order No. 2 below SR 147. In such an event, the ‘TA on Retirement’ would be reimbursed by the office/organization from where the re-employed pensioner had retired/superannuated.

   3. Past cases, already settled would not be re-opened.

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(Subhash Chand)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

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Civil Services (Pre) Exam, 2012 to be Held on May 20

The Union Service Public Commission (UPSC) will hold the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2012 on May 20, 2012 for recruitment to the Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service and certain other Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’ Central Services/Posts. The examination will be held at various centers across the country.

For details regarding the syllabus and scheme of the examination, centers of examination, guidelines for filling up application form etc. aspirants must consult the website of the Commission (www.upsc.gov.in) from 04.02.2012. Detailed Notice of the examination is being published in the Employment News/Rozgar Samachar on 11.02.2012.

Candidates must apply online using the website www.upsconline.nic.in. Detailed instructions for filling up online applications are available on the above-mentioned website.

In case of any difficulty in filling up of the on-line application form, candidates are advised to contact the facilitation counter of the Commission or over telephone no.011-23389366/Fax No.011-23387310, on working days during working hours.

The online applications can be filled up to March 5, 2012 till 11.59 pm after which the link will be disabled. The candidates are strongly advised to apply online well in time without waiting for last date for submission of online application.

In case of any guidance/information/clarification regarding their applications, candidature etc. candidates can contact UPSC’s Facilitation Counter near ‘C’ Gate of its campus in person or over Telephone No.011-23385271/011-23381125/011-23098543 on working days between 1000 hrs and 17000 hrs.

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Monday, February 13, 2012

Railways Advise Passengers to Use Current Reservation Counter Facility for short Notice Journeys

The Ministry of Railways has advised the passengers travelling on the train on a short notice to use the facility of Current Reservation Counter situated at the train originating main stations. The Ministry has pointed out that vacant reserved seats available on train after preparation of reservation charts can be booked at the Current Counters of the train originating stations upto a specified time before departure of trains.

The Railways wishes to create further awareness among the passengers about this facility as due to lack of adequate awareness, it is misused by unscrupulous elements/intermediaries for providing confirmed accommodation to passengers at a premium by using the current counter facility.

It may be mentioned that a reserved ticket can be booked across the Passenger Reservation System counters all over the country as well as through internet only upto the time of preparation of reservation charts. After preparation of reservation charts, the berths/seats available, if any, can be booked at the current counter available at the major stations. The reservation charts are normally prepared 3 to 4 hours before he scheduled departure of the train. In case of trains leaving early morning, the charts are prepared on the previous night.

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Friday, February 10, 2012

Annual Reports regarding Representation of SCs, STs, OBCs and Persons with Disabilities in the Central Government Services as on 1.1.2012.

No.36027/1/2012-Estt.(Res.)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training

North Block, New Delhi
Dated 3rd February 2012

Office Memorandum

Subject:- Annual Reports regarding Representation of SCs, STs, OBCs and Persons with Disabilities in the Central Government Services as on 1.1.2012.

   The undersigned is directed to say that as per instructions contained in this Department’s O.M. No.43011/10./2002-Estt.(Res.) dated 19.12.2003 and O.M. No 36035/3/2004-Estt.(Res.) dated 29.12.2005, each Ministry/Department is required to send following reports to this Department by 31.3.2012

   (i) SC/ST/OBC Report-I regarding representation of SCs, STs, and OBCs in services as on 1.1.2012 and number of appointments made during the calendar year 2011.

   (ii) SC/ST/OBC Report-II regarding representation of SCs, STs, OBCs in various grades of organized Group ‘A’ services as on 1.1.2012;

   (iii) Persons with Disabilities (PWD) Report-I regarding representation of persons with disabilities in services as on 1.1.2012 ; and

   (iv) PWD Report-II regarding appointments persons with disabilities during the year 2011.

   2. The proformae prescribed for above reports are enclosed for ready reference. It is request that the reports may be sent to this Department by stipulated date i.e.by 31.3.2012. While collecting information from the attached/Subordinate offices, the concerned offices may be advised not to send information direct to this Department. The concerned Ministry/Department should consolidate the information in respect of entire Ministry /Department including the information in respect of the Attached and Subordinate Office, and send such consolidated information to this Department.

   3. The Ministries/Department should ensure that the reports sent to this Department contain consolidated information in respect of the concerned Ministry/Department and its Attached and Subordinate Offices only.

   4. Information in respect of the Statutory, Semi-Government and Autonomous Bodies may be collected and maintained by the concerned administrative Ministries/Departments but the same should not be sent to this Department. Similarly, the Department of Public Enterprises may collect similar information in respect of all public sector undertaking and may maintain it.

   5. As the information called for relates to persons and not to posts, the posts, which are lying vacant, should not be taken into account. Persons on deputation should be included in the establishment of borrowing Ministry/Department/Office and not in the establishment of their parent office. Persons permanent in one grade but officiating or holding temporary appointment in a higher grade should be shown in the figures relating to the class of service in which the higher grade concerned is included. It may also be noted that figures in respect of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and Persons with Disabilities have to include persons appointed by reservation as well as appointed on their own merit.

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(Sharad kumar Srivastava)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
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Indian Forest Service Examination, 2011. -UPSC

   On the basis of results of the written part of the Indian Forest Service Examination, 2011 held by Union Public Service Commission in July 2011, the candidates with the Roll Numbers given below have qualified for Interview for the  Personality Test.

The candidature of all these candidates is PROVISIONAL subject to their being found eligible in all respects.   The candidates would  be required to produce the  original certificates in support of their claims relating to age, educational qualification, community etc.  at the time of  the  Personality Test.  They are, therefore, advised to keep the said certificates ready with them.

In accordance with the Rules of the examination, all these candidates are required to fill up the Detailed Application Form (DAF), which is available on the Commission’s website http://www.upsc.gov.in.  All the qualified candidates are required to fill up the DAF and submit the same ONLINE.   The DAF will be available on the website of the Commission till 23-02-2012.  Important Instructions regarding filling up of the DAF and submitting the same ONLINE to the Commission are also available on the website.     The qualified candidates are further advised to refer to the Rules of the Indian Forest Service Examination, 2011 published in the gazette of India, dated 19th March, 2011, which is also available on the website of the Commission.

The candidates who have been declared successful have to first get themselves registered on the relevant page of the website before filling up the ONLINE Detailed Application Form .   After submitting the DAF duly filled in ONLINE, the candidates are required to take    print out of the finally submitted DAF, separately and will have to send the printed copy of the DAF with each page  duly signed by the candidates along with all relevant documents to the  Under Secretary (IFoS),  Room No. 305, Ayog Sachivalaya Building , Union Public Service Commission, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi-110069 so as to reach the Commission’s office latest by 27-02-2012.  The envelope containing the print out of the DAF submitted ONLINE should be superscribed “DAF for Indian Forest Service Examination, 2011.”  It can also be delivered at UPSC by hand till   27-02-2012 (5.00 P.M.)

The exact date of interview will be intimated to the candidates through Interview Letter/e-mail.  Roll Number wise Interview Schedule will also be made available on Commission’s Website in due course. The  candidates are advised to check their e-mail also for further information. No request for change in the date and time of Personality Test intimated to the candidates will be entertained under any circumstances.

The marks-sheet of candidates who have not qualified, will be put on the Commission’s Website within 15 days from the date of publication of the  final result  and will remain available on the website for a period of 60 days.

The candidates can access the marks-sheets after keying in their Roll Numbers and date of birth.  The printed/hard copies of the marks-sheet would, however, be issued by UPSC to candidates based on specific request accompanied by a self addressed stamped envelope.  Candidates desirous of obtaining printed/hard copies of the marks-sheet should make the request within thirty days of the display of the marks on the Commission’s Website, beyond which such requests would not be entertained.

The result will also be available on the UPSC Website http://www.upsc.gov.in The Union Public Service Commission have a Facilitation Counter at its campus.   Candidates may obtain any information/clarification regarding their examination/ result on working days between 10.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M. in person or over telephone Nos. (011)-23385271/23381125/23098543 from this counter.

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Wednesday, February 08, 2012

DEARNESS ALLOWANCE (DA) JANUARY 2012

All central government employees are very eager to know about DA January 2012.Because DA is the most important allowance to maintain extra expenses in their day to day life.Recent days living a normal life is very difficult.Prices of all essential commodities are going high.So Dearness Allowance is the only remedy for CG Employees to fight against price rise.

Any how DA is calculated complete based on arithmatical  calculation.AICPIN released by Labour bureau is required  to calculate DA.Labour bureau already released the data for    July,August,September,October,November and December that is 193,194,197,198,199,197 respectively.

The formula for calculating da is
DEARNESS ALLOWANCE=(avg of AICPIN for past 12 months-115.76)*100/115.76

(191.5-115.76=75.74)X100/115.76=65.42

DEARNESS ALLLOWANCE JANUARY 2012 IS 65-58=7%


MONTH   AICPIN  AVG 12 MONTHS  %DA
 JANUARY  188  177.25  53
 FEBRUARY  185  178.50  54
 MARCH  185  179.75  55
 APRIL  186  181.08  56
 MAY  187  182.33  57
 JUNE  189  183.58  58
 JULY  193  184.83  59
 AUGUST  194  186.17  60
 SEPTEMBER  197  187.67  62
 OCTOBER  198  189.08  63
 NOVEMBER  199  190.05  64
 DECEMBER  197  191.50  65

The official announcement by the Government for eligible DA JANUARY 2012 may be expected in March 2012.
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Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Charging of enhanced Rate of Licence fee in case of Out of Turn Allotment.

No.12035/11/97-Policy-II (pt)
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates

Nirman Bhawan, Delhi Delhi
Dated 12/01/2012

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Sub: Charging of enhanced Rate of Licence fee in case of Out of Turn Allotment.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this office O.M. of even No. dated 28/10/2010 on the subject noted above and to say that the matter of charging six times of normal licence fee in cases of Out of Turn Allotment till the day the allottee becomes eligible for in-turn allotment of Govt. residence, has been reviewed and it has been decided to propose three times of normal licence fee in all CCA Notes for out of turn allotment from the date of occupation of Govt. residence till the day allottees turn matures as per his/her seniority / priority in waiting list for allotment of that type of Govt. accommodation.

All allotment Sections are requested to submit proposals for out of turn allotment at three times of normal licence fee for consideration of CCA with immediate effect.

This issue with the approval of UDM.

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(R.N.Yadav)
Deputy Director (Policy)

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Monday, February 06, 2012

Introduction of Annual Medical Examination for the Group ‘A’ officers of Central Civil Services of age 40 years and above.

No. 21011/1/2009-Estt (A)- Part
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)

North Block, New Delhi,1st February, 2012

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Introduction of Annual Medical Examination for the Group ‘A’ officers of Central Civil Services of age 40 years and above.

   The undersigned is directed to say that a scheme of Annual Medical Check-up is already operating in respect of All India Service officers. This Department had taken up the issue of covering Group A’ officers of Central Civil Services/posts for Annual Medical Check-up in consultation with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and the Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure). It has now been decided that Group ‘A’ officers of Central Civil Services/Posts of and above the age of 40 years will be covered by the Annual Medical Check- up scheme. The following package rates for the above purpose have been approved:-

   (i) Annual Medical Examination of Men officers- Rs. 2000/-
       (Rupees Two Thousand only)

   (ii) Annual Medical Examination of Women officers- Rs, 2200/-
      (Rupees Two Thousand and Two Hundred only)

   2. The regime of medical tests for the above purpose will be as given in the ANNEXURE-I.

   3. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has informed that the above rates were offered to CGHS empanelled private hospitals in Delhi and NCR and the 26 hospitals given in ANNEXURE-II have accepted the offer and agreed to conduct the Annual Medical Examination of the Group ‘A’ Officers of Central Civil Services of 40 years and above. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare is in the process of empanelling hospitals in other CGHS cities on the same terms and conditions. In non-CGHS cities the offer is being made to the hospitals recognized under CS(MA) Rules, 1944. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has indicated that it will require atleast three months time for empanelling the hospitals for other places outside Delhi/NCR where CGHS/CS(MA) recognized hospitals are available. This will be communicated later. There are places where there are no empanelled hospitals. In such places, the administrative Departments/offices may engage quality local hospitals on the same terms and conditions to get the Annual Medical Examination of their officers conducted subject to ceiling of Rs.2000/- and Rs.2200/- for men and women officers respectively or actual whichever is less.

   4. All Ministries/Departments are accordingly requested to cater the estimated expenditure in their budget for reimbursement of the amount to the concerned officer and implement the scheme during the financial year 2012-13 for the officers located in Delhi and NCR. Instructions with respect to officers located outside Delhi/NCR where CGHS/CS (MA) recognized hospitals are available would follow. The concerned officer may be handed over the copy of complete Medical Report and the summary of the Medical Report in the enclosed proforma (Annexure-III) separately prepared by the Medical Authority is to be attached to the APAR of the concerned officer.

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(C.A. Subramanian)
Joint Secretary to the Government of India
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Friday, February 03, 2012

Combined Defence Services Exam (I) – 2012 -UPSC

 The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will be conducting the Combined Defence Services Examination (I) – 2012  on 12/2/2012 (Sunday) at 41 Centres all over India. The Commission has introduced the facility of generating e-Admit Card (Admission Certificate) for this examination for the convenience of candidates.  Rejection Letters citing the ground(s) for rejection have been dispatched and also put on the Commission’s website http://www.upsc.gov.in   In case of any difficulty faced by the candidates for downloading e-Admit Card (Admission Certificate) or the rejection letter, he/she may contact the UPSC Facilitation Counter on Telephone Nos.  011-23385271, 011-23381125 & 011-23098543 on any working day during working hours.  The candidates can also send FAX message on FAX No. 011-23387310.   The candidates may also get “Venue Information” through Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) of the Commission by dialing 011-23074458.  No paper Admission Certificate will be sent by post.

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SMS sent by IRCTC enough to travel with E-Tickets

Accepting SMS Sent by IRCTC on Par With Electronic Reservation Slip (ERS) for Undertaking Train Journey on E-Tickets
In a move to further make Train Reservation Ticketing System passenger friendly, the Ministry of Railways has decided to permit Short Messaging Service (SMS) sent by its PSU, Indian Railways Catering & Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) containing vital details as an instrument on par with the Electronic Reservation Slip (ERS). This has come into effect from 1st February, 2012.

The mandatory features of the authorized SMS are (a) SMS sent by IRCTC/Railways will be considered for this purpose and (b) The SMS would contain all the vital ticket details like PNR, Train Number, Date of Journey, Class, Name & Number of Passengers, Coach & Seat Number and Fare paid. (c) Also if feasible, the SMS will accommodate the names of all passengers booked on the e-ticket, otherwise maximum number of passengers.

Earlier the Railways has decided to treat the screen shot of the e-ticket displayed through laptops/palmtops/mobile phones referred to as virtual reservation Message (VRM) and the Mobile Reservation Message (MRM) for tickets booked on mobile phones combined with valid photo-id in original, as an instrument on par with the Electronic Reservation Slip (ERS), even for tickets booked through the IRCTC website. Now the SMS sent by IRCTC will also be accepted.

The authorized SMS containing all the aforementioned vital details when displayed through laptops/palmtops/mobile phones combined with valid photo-id in original shall be treated as an instrument on par with the ERS.

The ERS/SMS/VRM/MRM along with (i) confirmed/RAC reservation, (ii) Valid ID-proof and (iii) Appearance of name of the passengers on the chart, will be the components of a valid authority to travel.

The list of valid proofs of identity to be produced in original during the course of on-board and off-board checking are as under:

Voter Photo identity card issued by Election Commission of India.

Passport

PAN card issued by Income Tax Department

Driving Licence issued by RTO

Photo identity card having serial number issued by Central/State Government.

Student Identity Card with photograph issued by recognized School/College for their students.

Nationalized Bank Passbook with photograph

Credit Cards issued by Banks with laminated photograph

Unique Identification Card “Aadhaar”

The SMS will also have to be displayed during the course of On-board/Off-board checking. If the passenger fails to produce/display this SMS due to any eventuality (loss, discharged mobile/laptop etc.) but has the prescribed proof of identity, a penalty of Rs. 50/- per ticket as applicable to such cases will be levied. The ticket checking staff On board/Off board will give EFT for the same.

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