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Interaction with Gramin Dak Sevaks by Smt.Nirmala Sitharaman Hon'ble Minister of Defence

Interaction with Gramin Dak Sevaks by Smt.Nirmala Sitharaman Hon'ble Minister of Defence at Postal Community Hall , Chikkadapally , Hyderaba on 09.06.2018.













Union Request for providing 8 hours duty to all Gramin Dak Sevak



Implementation of 7th CPC Post Graduate Allowance - Railway Board Order

Implementation of 7th CPC Post Graduate Allowance - Railway Board Order

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
MINISTRY OF RAILWAY 
(RAILWAY BOARD) 
No. E(P&A)I-2017/AL-2 
PC-VII No. 104, 
RBE No. 75/2018 
New Delhi, dated 28.05.2018 
The General Managers and Principal Financial Advisers, 
All Indian Railways & Production Units. 

Sub: Implementation of recommendations of Seventh Central Pay Commission accepted by the Government — Post Graduate Allowance. 
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Consequent upon the decisions taken by the Government on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission relating to revision of allowances, the President is pleased to decide that Medical Officers will be granted Post Graduate Allowance as detailed below: 

Post Graduate Allowance 
1. Railway Doctors up to the level of non-functional selection grade having Post Graduate degree qualification recognised under Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. - 2250/- p.m
2. General Duty Doctors up to the level of non-functional selection grade having P G Diploma qualification recognised under Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. - 1350/- p.m.
2. The rates of this allowance will further rise by 25 percent each time DA payable on revised pay scales rises by 50 percent. The revised rates of the allowance shall be admissible with effect from 1st July, 2017. 

3. The terms & conditions as contained in para 1426 of IREC Vol.II (Sixth Edition — 1987, Second Reprint Edition 2005), will remain unchanged. 

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

5. Please acknowledge receipt. 

S/d, 
(N.P.Singh) 
Jt. Director/Estt.(P&A) 
Railway Board. 
New Delhi, dated 28.05.2018 
No. E(P&A)I-2017/ AL-2

CGHS Empanelled Hospitals List Dehradun – 2018

CGHS Empanelled Hospitals List Dehradun – 2018

LIST OF EMPANELLED HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS AS ON 31.05.2018

http://mypaycommission.blogspot.com/2018/06/cghs-empanelled-hospitals-list-dehradun.html

Daily Allowance on Tour - GST on Hotel accommodation/Guest house is reimbursable over and above the ceiling limit

Daily Allowance on Tour - CGST/SGST on Hotel accommodation/Guest house is reimbursable over and above the ceiling limit: DoE

Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
(E.IV Branch)
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Ref. O/o PCCA’a U.O. No. PCCA/CBDT/PCS/TA/2018-19/4919 dated 20.04.2018

O/o Pr. Chief Controller of Accounts (PCCA), CBDT may refer to their U.O. Note dated 20.04.2018 seeking clarification from this Department as to whether CGST/SGST is payable in addition to the entitled amount of hotel accommodation as mentioned in this Department’s OM dated 13.07.2017. 

2. In this regard, it is clarified that the ceiling prescribed in para 2E(i) of the Annexure to this Department’s OM No. 19030/1/2017-E.IV dated 13.07.2017 in r/o hotel accommodation/guest house, is exclusive of all taxes and these taxes shall be reimbursed to the Govt. employee over and above the ceiling limit. 
(A. Bandyopadhyay)
Under Secretary
Controller of Accounts, O/o Pr.CCA, D/o Revenue, Lok Nayak Bhawan, New Delhi
M/o Finance, D/o Exp. U.O. No. 791620/2018-E.IV dated 09.05.2018 (F.No. 19030/2(2017-E.IV)
E(i). Daily Allowance on Tour
Pay Level in Pay Matrix Travel entitlement
14 and above Reimbursement for hotel accommodation/guest house of up to 7,500/- per day,
Reimbursement of AC taxi charges as per actual expenditure commensurate with official engagements for travel within the city and Reimbursement of food bills not exceeding 1200/- per day
12 and 13 Reimbursement for hotel accommodation/guest house of up to 4,500/- per day, Reimbursement of AC taxi charges of up to 50 km per day for travel within the city, Reimbursement of food bills not exceeding 1000/- per day.
9 to 11 Reimbursement for hotel accommodation/guest house of up to 2,250/- per day, Reimbursement of non-AC taxi charges of up to 338/- per day for travel within the city, Reimbursement of food bills not exceeding 900/- per day.
6 to 8 Reimbursement for hotel accommodation/guest house of up to 750 per day,
Reimbursement of non-AC taxi charges of up to 225/- per day for travel within the city, Reimbursement of food bills not exceeding 800/- per day.
5 and below Reimbursement for hotel accommodation/guest house of up to 450 per day,
Reimbursement of non-AC taxi charges of up to 113/- per day for travel within the city, Reimbursement of food bills not exceeding 500/- per day.
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ii.Reimbursement of Hotel charges :- For levels 8 and below, the amount of claim (up to the ceiling) may be paid without production of vouchers against self-certified claim only. The self-certified claim should clearly indicate the period of stay, name of dwelling, etc. Additionally, for stay in Class ‘X’ cities, the ceiling for all employees up to Level 8 would be X1,000 per day, but it will only be in the form of reimbursement upon production of relevant vouchers. The ceiling for reimbursement of hotel charges will further rise by 25 percent whenever DA increases by 50 persent

Reservation in Promotions: Supreme Court permits Govt. to proceed with 'As per the Law' till the decision is pending

Reservation in Promotions: Supreme Court permits Govt. to proceed with 'As per the Law' till the decision is pending

“It is made clear that the Union of India is not debarred from making promotions in accordance with law, subject to further orders, pending further consideration of the matter”, said the Bench

The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed the Union of India to proceed with the reservation in favour of SC/ST employees “as per the law” in matters of promotion, until the final disposal of the controversy by the constitution bench.

A vacation bench of Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel and Justice Ashok Bhushan was hearing an SLP preferred by the Centre against the August-2017 judgment of the Delhi High Court quashing the DoPT Office Memorandum (OM) dated August 13, 1997, which provided for the continuation of reservation in promotions indefinitely. The high court had passed the verdict in the light of the apex court constitution bench judgment in M Nagaraj (2006).

The matter was urgently listed after being mentioned on Monday by ASG Maninder Singh citing 14,000 vacancies.

On Tuesday, the ASG submitted, “There are two orders- first, of the reference to the Constitution Bench [State of Maharashtra v. Vijay Ghogre; November 15, 2017], and second, of the two-judge bench on May 17 [in Jarnail Singh v. Lachhmi Narain Gupta], passed on the submissions of the Attorney General, as earlier the status quo was continuing…I am praying for the same order so that the handicap that has been created on account of there being no promotions can be cured…”
On May 17, a bench of Justice Kurian Joseph and Justice Mohan M Shantanagoudar, hearing an SLP against the 2011 judgment of the Punjab & Haryana High Court quashing a similar OM in pursuance of M Nagaraj, had directed “that the pendency of this Special Leave Petition shall not stand in the way of Union of India taking steps for the purpose of promotion from ‘reserved to reserved’ and ‘unreserved to unreserved’ and also in the matter of promotion on merits”.
“The interim order does not stay the judgment…,” noted Justice Bhushan.
At this point, senior counsel Shanti Bhushan quoted the following observation made on November 14, 2017, by another division bench in State of Tripura v Jayanta Chakraborty, seeking to refer to a constitution bench the interpretation of clauses (4), (4A) and (4B) of Article 16 in context of the judgments in Indira Sawney (1992), EV Chinnaiah (2005) and M Nagaraj: “…Though the learned counsel have pressed for interim relief, we are of the view that even that stage needs to be considered by the Constitution Bench. The parties are free to mention the urgency before the Hon’ble Chief Justice of India”.

The observation was reproduced in the November 15, 2017 order of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice AK Sikri and Justice Ashok Bhushan.

“This exact same point was also argued on May 17…,” contended Singh.

“I do not want fall foul of any observations of Your Lordships but want to make promotions in accordance with the law,” continued the ASG.

“If you say this is the law, then follow it…you need not have mentioned,” remarked Justice Goel on Tuesday.

“In the meantime, Your Lordships’ comment is that we are free to make promotions,” stated Singh.

Read the Judgement

ITEM NO.4 
COURT NO.4 
SECTION IX


S U P R E M E C O U R T O F I N D I A 
RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

Petition(s) for Special Leave to Appeal (C) No(s). 28306/2017 (Arising out of impugned final judgment and order dated 04-08-2017 in CWP No. 2797/2015 passed by the High Court Of Judicature At Bombay)

THE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA & ANR. 
Petitioner(s)
VERSUS
VIJAY GHOGRE & ORS. 
Respondent(s)

(ONLY SLP(C)NO. 31288/2017 IS LISTED AGAINST THIS ITEM)

FOR ADMISSION and I.R. and IA No.108178/2017-EXEMPTION FROM FILING C/C OF THE IMPUGNED JUDGMENT and IA No.108183/2017-EXEMPTION FROM FILING O.T. and IA No.108180/2017-PERMISSION TO FILE LENGTHY LIST OF DATES and IA No.117758/2017-
PERMISSION TO FILE ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS and IA No.138253/2017- INTERVENTION 
APPLICATION

WITH
SLP(C) No. 31288/2017 (XIV)
(FOR PERMISSION TO FILE ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS ON IA 120779/2017) 
Date : 05-06-2018 This petition was called on for hearing today. 


CORAM : 
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE ADARSH KUMAR GOEL 
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE ASHOK BHUSHAN 
(VACATION BENCH)

For Petitioner(s) 
Mr. Maninder Singh,ASG
Mr. R. Balasubramaniam,Adv.
Mr. Mukesh Kumar Maroria, AOR
Mr. Nishant Ramakantrao Katneshwarkar, AOR 
Ms. Suvarna D.,Adv. 


For Respondent(s) 
Mr. Kumar Parimal,Adv. 
Mr. Smarhar Singh,Adv. 
Mr. Atul Yeshwant Chitale,Sr.Adv.
Mr. Gurjyot Sethi,Adv. 
Mr. Tanvi Kakar,Adv. 
Mr. Abhijat P. Medh, AOR
Dr. K.S. Chauhan,Adv. 
Mr. Ajit Kumar Ekka,Adv.
Mr. M. Vijaya Bhaskar, AOR
Mr. Ravindra Keshavrao Adsure, AOR
Mr. Sunil Kumar Verma, AOR
Mr. Nikilesh Ramachandran, AOR
Mr. Shashi Kiran,Adv. 
Mr. Manoj Gorkela,Adv. 
Ms. Priya Sharma,Adv. 
Mr. Prakash Sharma,Adv. 
Mr. Alok Singh,Adv. 
Mr. Pratik R. Bombarde, Adv.


UPON hearing the counsel the Court made the following

O R D E R
Heard learned counsel for the parties. Learned ASG has referred to order dated 17.05.2018 in SLP(C)No. 30621 of 2011.

It is made clear that the Union of India is not debarred from making promotions in accordance with law, subject to further orders, pending further consideration of the matter.

Tag to SLP(C)No.30621 of 2011.
(MADHU BALA) 
COURT MASTER (SH) 
(PARVEEN KUMARI PASRICHA)
BRANCH OFFICER

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