Monday, July 28, 2014

எங்கள் இனிய இஸ்லாம் சகோதர /சகோதரிகளுக்கு NFPE இன் புனித ரமலான் நல் வாழ்த்துக்கள் 

Tuesday, 26 July 2011
Tuesday, 26 July 2011Tuesday, 26 July 2011

  1. Tuesday, 26 July 2011
  2. Tuesday, 26 July 2011
  3. Tuesday, 26 July 2011
  4. Tuesday, 26 July 2011

SPM  தோழர்களின் கவனத்திற்கு 
OLD RECOREDS கழித்த பிறகு கோட்ட அலுவலகத்திற்கு நீங்கள் கொடுக்க வேன்டிய சான்று இங்கே தரப்பட்டுள்ளது 

CERTIFICATE

Certified that the below mentioned works were carried out at …………………………………………… HO / SO.

1.    All eligible old records have been weeded out & proceeds credited into UCR on ………………..
2.    Office has been cleaned, unwanted notices, signages, etc. were removed & kept clean & tidy.
3.    All unserviceable items of furniture / equipments were identified & kept separately for disposal.
4.    All forms, records have been neatly stacked & arranged and kept in presentable manner.




                                                                                                           Signature of SPM
                                                                                                           Name:
                                                                                                            Date:



Attested by



IP / ASP




பிரதமர் தொடங்கிஇருக்கும் புதிய வலைதளம் --my gov .nic  

MyGov: PM Narendra Modi launches website for citizens – mygov.nic.in

MyGov: PM Narendra Modi launches website for citizens (mygov.nic.in)
New Delhi, July 27: Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a website MyGov on July 26 that aims to help citizens contribute in governance by giving their opinions and views on important issues like clean river Ganga or skill development. The inauguration of the people-centric platform also marks the completion of 60 days of the new government.
The Prime Minister said that in the past 60 days, the experience of his government was that there were many people who wanted to contribute towards nation-building and devote their time and energy, an official statement said.
MyGov (mygov.nic.in) is a technology-driven medium that will provide citizens an opportunity to contribute towards good governance, the statement added.
“The platform would bridge gap gulf between people and government. Democracy cannot succeed without people’s participation in government and this participation should not be limited only during elections,” the Prime Minister said.
National Informatics Centre (NIC) of the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) will implement and manage the platform. Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth, Department of Electronics and Information Technology Secretary RS Sharma were also present at the launch.
There are multiple theme-based discussions on MyGov where a wide range of people can share their thoughts and ideas with the government, Mr Sharma said after the launch.
“It is also an initiative to build a digital knowledge library. We will guide the people on the topics of national importance on which the government would like to know their views and ideas,” he added.
The platform presents an opportunity for the citizens to both ‘Discuss’ and ‘Do’, he said, adding that any idea shared by a contributor will also be discussed on the discussion forums, allowing constructive feedback and interaction.
At present, there are six groups on the platform – Clean Ganga, Girl Child Education, Clean India, Skilled India, Digital India and Job Creation. ”Citizens can also volunteer for various tasks and submit their entries. These tasks would be reviewed by other members and experts. Once approved, these tasks can be shared by those who complete the task and by other members on MyGov,” Mr Sharma added.
Each group consists of online and on-ground tasks that can be taken up by the contributors. The objective of each group is to bring about a qualitative change in that sphere through people’s participation.
“We will review the working on MyGov in three months and over time the number of groups, tasks and discussions will increase. The platform will also be used as a comprehensive knowledge repository,” he said.
The portal can even be extended to act like a public audit platform for government projects such as citizens giving feedback on status of completed infrastructure projects or availability of various social sector programmes.

ctor programmes.

Modified Date: July 27, 2014 6:31 PMcture projects or availability of various social sector programmes.
Modified Date: July 27, 2014 6:31 PMov .nic  

Saturday, July 26, 2014

                                             MTS தேர்வு முடிவுகள் 
         திருநெல்வேலி கோட்டத்திற்கு     தேர்வானவர்கள்  
B .பாலாஜி விஜயராஜன்    OBC         EXSER                 68
A .கிருஷ்ணகுமாரி                OBC         PH                       59


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திருநெல்வேலி அஞ்சல் பொருள் கிடங்கு ( PSD )  க்கு தேர்வானவர்கள் 

1.S .ராபர்ட்                               OBC                                          83
2.P .சுந்தரவள்ளி                    OBC                                          83
3. M .இசக்கிபாண்டி              OBC                                          83
4.M .லட்சுமி                             OBC                                         85 
5.V .ராஜசுய கண்ணன்        OBC                                          90
6.S .வெங்கடேஷ்                   SC                                            82 


தேர்வான அனைவருக்கும்  NFPE இன்  இனிய வாழ்த்துக்கள் 


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23.07.2014 அன்று நடைபெற்ற ஊதியகுழுவுடன் நடைபெற்ற கூட்டத்தில் நமது பிரதான கோரிக்கைகளான பஞ்சப்படி இணைப்பு ,இடைக்கால நிவாரணம் மற்றும் புதிய பென்ஷன் திட்டம் இவைகளை குறித்து விவாதிக்க ஊதியக்குழு தலைவர் மறுப்பு
  

DA/DR Merger : 7th CPC did not agree to discuss the issue in the preliminary meeting held on 23.7.2014 - BPS

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7th Pay Commission did not agree to discuss the important issue of DA/DR Merger in the preliminary meeting held on 23rd July 2014.

Brief feedback on BPS Preliminary meeting with 7th CPC on 23rd July 2014 

Friends, 
BPS and BCPC were the first Pensioners’ organizations to be called for preliminary meeting with 7th CPC on 23rd to discuss the reply to questionnaire, the Memorandum & the allied issue submitted by them. Only 45 minutes were given to each organization. S.C.Maheshwari G.S. BPS /Chairman BCPC had the opportunity to discuss the issues from both the Forums:



Following issues were discussed & explained to the full satisfaction of the Chairman & the members of 7th CPC who were very receptive, patient & themselves actively participated in deliberations which ensued.

At the end Chairman remarked that NC JCM Memorandum is very exhaustive, includes most of the issues raised today & that he will take it as a base for consideration. 1.New Pension Scheme: Response of commission was negative. Commission was apprised of the back ground, its failure in other countries & the fate of EPS 95.They were also informed that it will be acceptable if 50% of last drawn is ensured. 

2.Reasonable ratio to be maintained between maximum & minimum salary & Pension and adoption & adoption of common multiplication factor for revision

3.Ratio between maximum & minimum paid to be 5:1 for Defense Personnel and re-employment of ex servicemen as well as raising status of defense civilian pensioners to ex servicemen.

4.Inclusion of full DA in emoluments for calculating Pension. There was a very lively discussion on the issue in which the entire penal of 7th CPC participated & cross examined Secy. Genl BPS. Finally they agreed to BPS point of view.

5.100% neutralization of inflation : It was explained to the Commission that 100% neutralization is illusionary and DA is not sufficient, as the very system of calculation is faulty & unrealistic,

6. Payment additional pension to start from the age of 65 years. Chairman agreed that age of 100 years for Pensioners was illusionary.

7. Parity in Pensions :It was explained to the commission that full parity exists for High Court Supreme Court Judges, Govt. has agreed to OROP in case of Defence pensioners & Sr Bureaucrats (S32 & above ) have achieved it through modified parity formula of 6th CPC but for others who too are citizens of same category & same country even the formula for parity given by 5th CPC & accepted by Govt. is not being honored.

8. Pension to BSNL pensioners. It was submitted that since they are governed by CCS(Pension) Rules 1972. They be treated at par with C.G.Pensioners for the purpose of revision of Pension, Chairman advised to submit separate Memorandum

9. Discrimination in medical facilities to pensioners of Postal department & merger of 33 Postal dispensaries with CGHS.

10. Medical facilities. To Pensioners following issues raised in BPS memorandum were discussed in detail & the Chairman was agreeable to BPS views. (i) “Health is not a luxury” and “not be the sole possession of a privileged few”. It is a Fundamental justify of all present & past Employees! To ensure hassle free health care facility to Pensioners/family pensioners, Smart Cards be issued irrespective of departments to all Pensioners and their Dependents for cashless medical facilities across the country. These smart cards should be valid in 
• all Govt. hospitals 
• all NABH accredited Multi Super Specialty hospitals across the country which have been allotted land at concessional rate or given any aid or concession by the Central or the State govt. 
• all CGHS, RELHS & ECHS empanelled hospitals across the country.

Medical attendants. For reimbursement of bills for treatment & for hospitalization . No referral should be insisted in case of medical emergencies. For the purpose of reference for hospitalization & reimbursement of expenditure thereon in other than emergency cases Doctors/Medical officers working in different Central/State Govt. department dispensaries/health units should be recognized as Authorized medical attendant.

The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is recognized as a fundamental justify of all workers in terms of Article 21 read with Article 39for a, 41, 43, 48A and all related Articles as pronounced by the Supreme Court in Consumer Education and Research Centre & Others vs Union of India (AIR 1995 Supreme Court 922) The Supreme court has held that the justify to health to a worker is an integral facet of meaningful justify to life to have not only a meaningful existence but also robust health and vigour. 

Therefore, the justify to health, medical aid to protect the health and vigour of a worker while in service or post retirement is a fundamental justify-to make life of a worker meaningful and purposeful with dignity of person. Thus health care is not only a welfare measure but is a Fundamental justify. We suggest that, all the pensioners, irrespective of pre-retiral class and status, be treated as same category of citizens and the same homogenous group. There should be no class or category based discrimination and all must be provided Health care services at par .

(ii). Hospital Regulatory Authority: To ensure that the hospitals do not avoid providing reasonable care to smart card holders and other poor citizens, a Hospital Regulatory Authority should be created to bring all NABH-accredited hospitals and NABL-accredited diagnostic Labs under its constant monitoring of quality, rates for different procedures & timely bill payments by Govt. agencies and Insurance companies. CGHS rates may be revised keeping in mind the workability as per market conditions.

(iii). Fixed Medical allowance (FMA): As is recorded in Para 5 of the minutes of Committee of Secretaries (COS) held on 15.04.2010 (Reference Cabinet Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhavan No 502/2/3/2010-C.A.V Doc No. CD (C.A.V) 42/2010 Minutes of COS meeting dated 15.4.2010) which discussed enhancement of FMA. “CGHS card estimates for serving Personnel: Since estimates are not available separately for pensioners M/O Health & Family Welfare had assessed the total cost per card p.a. in 2007-2008 = Rs 16435 i.e. Rs.1369 per month for OPD”. 

Adding to it inflation, the figure today is well over Rs 2000/- PM. Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India vide its letter no. G-25012/2/2011-SSI dated 07.06.2013 has already enhanced FMA to Rs 2000/- PM for EPFO beneficiaries. Thus, to help elderly pensioners to look after their health, Adequate raise in FMA will encourage a good number of pensioners to opt out of OPD facility which will reduce overcrowding in hospitals. OPD through Insurance will cost much more to the Govt. As such the proposal for raising Fixed Medical allowance to Pensioners is fully justified and is financially viable.

We suggest that FMA for all C.G. Pensioners be raised to at least Rs 2000/- PM without any distance restriction linking it to Dearness Relief for automatic further increase. We further suggest that FMA be exempted from INCOME TAX. Fixed Medical Allowance (FMA) is a compensatory allowance to reimburse the medical expenses. As Medical Reimbursement is not taxable, FMA should also be exempted from Income Tax.

11. DA /DR merger commission did not agree to discuss the issue as it is not covered byTOR

12.Interim relief Commission response did not appeared to be very positive on our stressing the issue they said they will look into.

13. 6th CPC anomalies. Chairman asked for submission of detailed list through supplementary memorandum.

14.Plight of those born on 1.1.1938/46: Commission said, they will look into.

15. Plight of those retiring on 30June Commission said, they will look into.

16. Restoration of Commutation in 12 years: commission said thy will look into the details provided.

17. Grievance redressed. Chairman was critical of the functioning of the system already existing & remarked “ you will not be benefited. Court is the only alternative”
Friends, BPS has done its duty well, issues raised by us has received due attention from NCJCM as well as the 7th CPC.

S.C.Maheshwari 
Secy Genl BPS