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In case of death of Central Government Servant while in service, Death Gratuity is granted at the following rates depending upon the length of qualifying service put in by the deceased employees: - Length of Service Rate of Death Gratuity Less than one year 2 times of emoluments One year or more but less than 5 years 6 times of emoluments 5 years or more but less than 20 years 12 times of emoluments Emoluments means Pay in the Pay Band + Dearness Allowance admissible on the date of death. Illustration:- Pay and allowance last drawn... Pay in the Pay Band : 9,000 Grade Pay : 2,400 Dearness Pay (16%) : 1,824 Total : 13,224 Rate of Death Gratuity for the service of 20 years or more is "Half of emoluments for every completed six monthly period of service" subject to a maximum of 33 times of emoluments or Rs. 10 lakhs, whichever is less. Length of Service Rate

Application Forms for Central Government Employees

All types of application forms for Central Government Employees... Annual Immovable Property Return Form... Children Education Allowance


List of Communities 2008 - 2009 List showing the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Class, Backward Class Chiristians, Backward Class Muslims, Most Backward Classes and Denotified Communities in the State of Tamilnadu. Candidates are informed to reffer to this appendix while filling the community - sub caste code in the application & coding sheet List of Backward Class, Backward Class Chiristians, Backward Class Muslims, Most Backward Classes, Denotified Communities throughout the State of Tamilnadu unless and otherwise specified. Click the link and download:-

Defence Industrial Employees are expected grant of pay scale Rs. 5000 – 8000 to Master Craftsman( MCM) at par with the Railways…

Brief facts of case for parity in pay scale of Master Craftsman (MCM) in MOD at par with Ministry of Railways. < br> Vth CPC recommended the pay scale of Rs.4500-125-7000 to Master Craftsman, both in Railways and Defence and was implemented. However, the scale of MCM in Railways was revised upwards to Rs. 5000-8000 in modification of 5th recommendations with the approval of Cabinet. Prior to implementations, the Defence Artisan staff and Railway workshop staff had a common three grade structure comprising of Skilled, Highly skilled II and Highly skilled I. In the Ministry of Defence the benchmark ratio of Artisans was 65:20:15 respectively to Skilled, Highly skilled GrII and Highly skilled GrI. In addition to the aforesaid three grades, 10% of the Highly skilled grade I strength was operated in the post of Master Craftsman in some of the trades. The post of Master Craftsmen was personnel to the holder and lapses with his retirement / posting out. As can be seen, the post

Fire Service Week (April 14 - 20) Campaign, 2009

The Fire Service Week (FSW) is obse rved nation-wide under the guidance of the Fire Adviser, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India during April 14 – 20. This is in remembrance of the lives lost in the devastating fire that erupted and the explosions that followed on 14 th April, 1944 at the Victoria Dock in the Bombay Port and also to prevent fire in all industry, . The National Safety Council (NSC), has been promo ting the FSW Campaign since 1999 with a view to propagating fire safety awareness. The Campaign provides a unique opportunity to enhance fire safety awareness and mobilize action amongst employees, their families and the public. More details click the link : LET US BE PARTNERS IN PREVENTING FIRES AND PROTECTING LIFE & PROPERTY .

House Building Advance to Central Government Employees

House Building Advance to Central Government Employees An important order has been published from Ministry of Urban Development regarding House Building Advance to Central Government Employees. 1.House Building Advance is admissible to all those temporary employees also, who have rendered 10 years of continuous service. 2.With effect from 27-11-2008 . 3.The maximum limit for grant of HBA shall be 34 months' of pay in the pay band . 4.Subject to a maximum of Rs. 7.50 lakh or cost of the house or the repaying capacity whichever is the least, for new construction/purchase of new house/flat. 5.The maximum limit for grant of HBA for enlargement of existing house shall be 34 months' pay in the pay band . 6.Subject to a maximum of Rs. 1.80 lakh or cost of the enlargement or repaying capacity, whichever is the least. 7.The cost ceiling limit shall be 134 times the pay in the pay band . 8.Subject to a minimum of Rs.7.50 lakh and a maximum of Rs.3

Children Education Allowance Application Form

Children Education Allowance Scheme for Central Government Employees Application form for Children Education Allowance Reimbursement of Children Education Allowance and Hostel Subsidy Application Form APPLICATION FOR REIMBURSEMENT OF CHILDREN EDUCATION ALLOWANCE                     I   hereby apply for the reimbursement of Children Education Allowance for my child and relevant particulars are furnished below. 1(a) Name of the Child (in BLOCK letters): ....................................   (b) Date of Birth : ..................................... 2(a) Name and address of the School in  Which studying : ............................................................................. (b) Class in which studying : ........................................... 3. Details of Children Education Allowance (CEA) Claimed already in earlier quarters:  Quarter of Year : ......................... Academic Year: ............................. Amount


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Government of India has introduced a new Scholarship scheme

DIRECTORATE OF GOVERNMENT EXAMINATIONS, CHENNAI – 600 006. The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education, Government of India has introduced a new Scholarship scheme titled “Central Sector Scheme of Scholarship for College and University Students”, which will be implemented from the financial year 2008-09. A certain number of Scholarships under this scheme have been ear-marked for the students who have secured 80% and above in the Higher Secondary Examination, March 2008 conducted by this department and pursuing higher studies. The scholarship will be given @ Rs.1000/- per month at Graduation level for first three years of College and University courses and Rs.2000/- per month at Post graduation level. Students pursuing professional courses would get Rs.2000/- per month in the 4th and 5th year. The scholarship would be paid for 10 months in an academic year. The award of scholarship shall be subject to the following conditions: 1. The scholarship shall be

Central Civil Services - Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records

Central Civil Services - Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records for discharging functions Click the title and get the detailed report... CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES RULES CCS Joining Time Rules F.R. & S.R.- PART IIICENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES LEAVE RULES CG Employees Group Insurance Scheme Central Government Health Scheme Holiday Homes Compassionate Appointments Finance Ministry Orders CGHS Complete Details... General Provident Fund New Pension Scheme Income Tax DOPT DOPT Orders Retirement Age 62 7th Pay Commission News 1. Central Civil Services Fundamental Rules and Supplementary Rules  2. T.A. Rules  3. Central Civil Services(Leave) Rules, 1972, as amended from time to time.  4. Dearness Allowance, Dearness Relief and Ex-gratia to GPF Beneficiaries.  5. Central Civil Service

Appointment of meritorious sportsmen - Rules

DP & AR O.M. NO.14015/1/76-Estt (D) Dated the 4th August, 1980 Subject: Appointment of meritorious sportsmen to Group C and D posts in relaxation of the procedure. General Scheme :- Under this Department 's O.M. No. 14/1/72-Estt. (D) dated 28.12.72 orders were issued that the Secretary of the Ministry/Department or the Head of Department under it may recruit a meritorious sportsmen to a class III or class IV service/post (now Group C & D) in the Ministry/Department/Establishment, as the case may be, direct recruitment to which is made otherwise than through a competitive examination held by the Union Public Service Commission, subject to the provisions contained in that O.M. with the coming into being on the Staff Selection Commission, recruitment to group C posts have generally to be made through the Staff Selection Commission. The entire policy of recruitment of sportsmen in various Departments/Offices has since been examined and the following orders are issued

Office Memorandum from DoP&T

Government of India Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions Department of Personnel and Training OFFICE MEMORANDUM Subject-Submission ofImmovable Property Return for the year 2008 (as on 1.1.2009)- Regarding - 1. The undersigned is directed to say that Immovable Property Return for the year 2008 (as on 1.1.2009) is required to be submitted by all the group 'A' and Group 'B' (GazettedlNon- Gazetted) officers, in the prescribed proforma latest by 31st January, 2009. 2. The officers belonging to All India/Central group' A' Organised Service other than CSS should send one copy of the return to their respective Cadre Authorities direct and another copy to EO(PR) Section of this Department under intimation to the Vigilance Section. 3. The CSS officers of the rank of Under Secretary and above should send their return to EO(PR) Section direct under intimation to this Section. 4. All the other officers should furnish their return tothe Vigilan

9 Major Central Trade Unions Led by Various Political Parties

History of Trade Unions :- 1918 P.P. Wadia founded the Madras labour Union. By 1920 trade unions appeared in all states. AITUC was set up under the Indian National Congress to coordinate the efforts of trade unions in the country. In 1926 the Trade Unions Act was passed. In 1929 AITUC split and the right wing formed itself as All India Trade Union Federation under N.M.Joshi and the left wing was captured by the communists. AITUC again split and a militant Red TUC was formed under Ranadive. Another right wing union-National Federation of Labour-NFL- was formed and this later merged with AITUF to form NTUF - National Trade union Federation. 1935 RTUC merged with AITUC. In 1938 The BOMBAY Industrial Disputes Act was enacted which provided for compulsory recognition of unions, certification of standing orders, establishment of industrial courts etc. During Second World War AITUC and NTUF merged and became the only major union. AITUC which supported war efforts split and

Medical Attendant Rules - Central Government Health Scheme

Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) The medical facilities under the Central Government Health Scheme are available to all the employees paid from the civil estimates and their family members residing in the area covered by the scheme. An employee can opt out of the scheme and avail of the medical facilities provided by the employer of his spouse. If an employee or a member of his family covered under the Scheme falls ill at a place not covered under CGHS, the treatment shall be admissible under CS(MA) Rules. The medical facilities to the Central Government employees and their dependent family members are provided under the Central Government Health Scheme in the following cities: Shillong Ahmedabad Ghaziabad Meerut Allahabad Gurgaon Mumbai Bangalore Guwahati Nagpur Bhubaneshwar Hyderabad Noida Kolkata Jaipur Patna Chennai Jabalpur Pun

Indefinite Strike is Deferred by Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers

CONFEDERATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND WORKERS. Manishinath Bhawan A-2/95 Rajouri Garden New Delhi. 110 027. Website: E mail. Phone: 011 2510 5324 Mobile: 98110 48303 D-11/23 Dated: I5th January, 2009. The meeting of the National Executive of the Confederation was held at New Delhi today to review the preparation for an indefinite strike action scheduled to commence from 20th January, 2009. The meeting heard the Secretaries of the affiliated Associations/Federations and Unions as also the secretaries of the Co-ordination Committees. The Comrades who were deputed to attend the State level Conventions also made their observations at the meeting. Most of the Speakers expressed the need for further time to reach out the membership in far flung areas. The meeting came to the conclusion that more intensive mobilization and campaign programmes are needed to successfully carry out the strike action with full partic

Central Government Employees to travel by Air and conversion of one block of Home Town LTC to LTC for travel to NE States

Central Government Employees to travel by Air and conversion of one block of Home Town LTC to LTC for travel to NE States Central Government Employees to travel by Air At the initiative taken by the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region and the follow up on the recommendation of the National Conclave to promote tourism in NER held on 16th January 2008 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi,the central government has relaxed LTC rules to allow non-entitled central government employees to travel by Air and conversion of one block of Home Town LTC to LTC for travel to NE States More Detail:- DOPT's MO No 31011/4/2007 - Esst (A) Dated 02.05.2008 On Relaxation for travel by air to visit NER : Relaxation of LTC Rules for Travel to North Eastern Region Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura total of eight states as special region announced by the Central Govt.for Cental Government Employees to avail Leave Travel Concession. There is

Setting up of Anomaly Committee to settle the Anomalies arising out of the implentationof the 6th CPC recommendations.

Setting up of Anomaly Committee The Government has released orders for constituting National Anomaly Committee and Departmental Anomaly Committees for settlement of anomalies arising out of implementation of 6th CPC recommendations. No.11/2/2008-JCA Government of India Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Department of Personnel & Training JCA Section OFFICE MEMORANDUM Dated the 12th January, 2009   Subject:- Setting up of Anomaly Committee to settle the Anomalies arising out of the implementation of the 6th CPC recommendations.  Definition of Anomaly  Anomaly will include the following cases: (a) Where the Official Side and the Staff Side are of the opinion that any recommendation is in contravention of the principle or the policy enunciated by the 6th CPC itself without the Commission assigning any reason: and  (b) Where the maximum of the revised scale is less than the amount at which one is entitled to be fixed except