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Friday, September 30, 2016

7th CPC Pay Fixation and Grant of Increment in revised pay structure – Finmin issued clarification orders on 29.9.2016

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7th CPC Pay Fixation and Grant of Increment in revised pay structure – Finmin issued clarification orders on 29.9.2016

Fixation of pay and grant of increment in the revised pay structure – clarifications – regarding.

No.1-6/2016-IC(Pt.)
Government of India
Department of Expenditure
Implementation Cell
Room No.214, The Ashok, New Delhi
Dated the 29th September, 2016
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Fixation of pay and grant of increment in the revised pay structure – clarifications – regarding.

Following the notification of Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2015, this Depertment has received references seeking clarifications regarding various aspects of fixation of pay in the revised pay structure as also pay fixation and grant of increment in future under revised pay structure. The matter has been considered in this Department and the points of doubts are clarified as under:

1. Point of doubt: As per the provisions of FR22 (l) (a) (1), the Government servants (other than those appointed on deputation to ex-cadre post or ad hoc basis or on direct recruitment basis) have the option, to be exercised within one month from the date of promotion, to have the pay fixed under this rule from the date of such promotion/ appointment or from the date of next increment.

Some of the employees, promoted between 01.01.2016 and the date of notification of CCS (RP) Rules, 2016 had opted for their pay fixation on promotion/financial up-gradation under MACPS from the date of their next increment in the lower grade. Consequent upon notification of CCS (RP) Rules, 2016 i.e. 25th July, 2016, the option submitted by such employees has now turned out to be disadvantageous. Whether such employee may be allowed to revise their option under FR 22 at this stage.

Clarification: Under the changed circumstances after notification of CCS (RP) Rules, 2016, the employee may be allowed to exercise revised option for fixation of pay under FR22(l)(a)(1), Such revised option shall be exercised within one month of issue of this 0M. Option so revised, shall be final.

2. Point of doubt: Whether employees appointed/promoted/ during granted financial up-gradation 02.01.2015 and 01.07.2015 will be entitled to grant of one increment on 01.01.2016,.

Clarification: Since the provisions of CCS  (RP)Rules, 2016 are effective  from 01.01.2016, no increment shall be allowed on 01.01.2016 at the time of fixation of pay in the revised pay structure.

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(R.K.Chaturvedi)
Joint Secretary to the Govt. of India


Authority: www.finmin.nic.in

Ex-Service men Pay Fixation – Confederation writes to Hon’ble Minister of State, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension

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Ex-Service men Pay Fixation – Confederation writes to Hon’ble Minister of State, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension

Ref: CONF/GENL/Ex-service men/2016-19
Dated – 28.09.2016
To,
Dr. Jitendra Singh
Hon’ble Minister of State Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension
102, North Block
New Delhi – 110001

Respected Sir,
Sub: – Ex-Service men pay fixation – intervention requested.

1. It is submitted that pay fixation of re-employed Ex-Service men who held rank below commissioned officer/Group A at the time of their retirement is not carried out in many departments (Eg; Postal department) as per Government orders issued from time due to misinterpretation/wrong classification by the administrative authorities. The re-employed Ex-Servicemen are being deprived of their due by the controlling authorities.

2. Department of Personnel & Training under Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension is the nodal authority in the subject matter. Presently CCS (Fixation of Pay of re-employed Pensioners) orders 1986, amended from time to time, which act as the basic guideline, is required to be amended to bring clarity and parity for whole class of Ex-servicemen. The pay of the re-employed Ex-Commissioned officers/Group ‘A’ is fixed at a higher stage due to their past service benefit but in the case of re-employed Ex-Servicemen who held rank below commissioned officers, their pay is fixed at minimum of pay scale of re-employed post which is denial of natural justice and violation of fundamental rights, particularly right to equality, enshrined in our constitution, as discrimination arises out of such partial provisions. The provision contained in pay fixation basically are welfare measure to support the class of Ex-Servicemen as a whole. However, this discrimination in pay fixation had added to their woes.

3. Detailed statement of case for regularization/streamlining of pay fixation of re-employed Ex-Servicemen are enclosed herewith for your kind consideration and issue of necessary guidelines in favour of veteran Warries of our country who sacrificed their vital years for India and still engaged themselves in nation building.

STATEMENT OF CASE FOR REGULARISATION OF PAY FIXATION OF RE-EMPLOYED EX-SERVICEMEN (PERSONNEL BELOW OFFICER RANK) IN CENTRAL GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS/ MINISTRIES

INTRODUCTION

Government of India provides reemployment opportunities to Ex-Servicemen Officers/Other Ranks of Indian Armed Forces in various Departments/Ministries, Public Sector Organizations & Autonomous Bodies as a rehabilitation measure due to their compulsory retirement at early age to keep the forces young. According to CCS (Fixation of Pay of reemployed Pensioners) Orders 1986 amended from time to time by DOP&T the Reemployed Officers are allowed to draw a higher stage of initial pay in consideration with their pre-retirement pay on reemployment in such Government organizations. In case of other ranks/PBOR (Jawans/NCOs/JCOs) the Government departments and Ministries have allowed to draw only minimum/entry pay of re-employed post as applicable to fresh recruit. Public Sector organizations viz., Nationalised Banks, LIC, NIC and other PSUs have allowed to draw the higher stage of initial pay (at the stage of pre-retirement pay) to reemployed ex-servicemen (Jawans/JCOs/NCOs) as mentioned above.

DETAILED JUSTIFICATION OF THE CASE

Department of Posts and some other departments has not agreed to allow the higher initial pay on re-employment in consideration with pre-retirement pay to re-employed ex-servicemen belonging to below officer rank of the Armed Forces. Most of the Ex-servicemen belong to PBOR category retired (discharged) from service at the age of 35 – 40 years to keep the forces young. To ensure the minimum survival support earning, Government of India introduced a higher stage of pay in several manners to the reemployed ex-servicemen from time to time. According to Dept of P&T OM No 3/1/86-Estt (P-II) dated 31 July 1986 the earlier orders relating to fixation of pay of reemployed pensioners was scattered in a number of OM issued by Ministry of finance from time to time. Dept. of P&T consolidated all these orders and issued fresh guidelines in a single order viz., CCS (Fixation of pay of re-employed pensioners) Order 1986. The pay fixation procedure mentioned in such earlier

OMs (Prior to 1986) issued by Ministry of Finance as under: –

1) According to Ministry of Finance, Dept of Expenditure OM No 8(34) Estt-III/57 dated 25 Nov 1958 pay of the re-employed pensioners will be fixed at the minimum of pay scale of the re-employed post. In cases where it is felt that fixation of pay of re-employed officers at the minimum of pay scale will cause undue hardship the pay may be fixed at a higher stage by allowing one increment for each year of service the officer has rendered before retirement in a post not lower than that he reemployed. In other words, if the amount of pay plus pension is less than the last pay drawn before retirement from previous service, it will be treated as undue hardship.

2) In case of reemployed pensioner who retired before attaining the age of 55 years, Rs 125/- was ignored from the pension for the purpose of pay fixation vide Ministry of finance OM No F.4(3)E-III/82 dated 13 December 1978.

3) According to Ministry of Finance OM No F.4(3)-E.III/82 dated 13 Dec 1983 the entire pension of the reemployed pensioners who held below Group A post/ Commissioned officer rank and retired before attaining the age of 55 years will be ignored for the purpose of pay fixation. In this regard Para 4(d) (i) of CCS (Fixation of pay or reemployed pensioners) order 1986, amended from time to time may be referred.

Hence in the cases where pay plus Non Ignorable Portion of Pension is less than last pay drawn (LPD) before retirement, it will be treated as undue hardship. In case of Ex – Personnel below Commissioned officer /Group ‘A’ Officer Rank, the non-ignorable part of pension is zero. So it may be described such a manner that, if the pay of re-employed post is less than last pay drawn in such cases advance increments will be granted as instructions given in Ministry of Finance OM dated 25 November 1958. Hence the pay of re-employed ex-servicemen (Jawans/JCOs) will be fixed at higher stage.

4) Now the provisions of CCS (Fixation of pay of reemployed pensioners) Order 1986, and its application is as under: –

(i) In case of Reemployed officers who held Group A/Commissioned Officer Rank before retirement: – According to Para 4(d)(ii) such re-employed officer who retired before attaining the age of 55 Years, first Rs 4000/- of his pension only will be ignored for the purpose of pay fixation. According to Para 4(b) (ii) Pay of such re-employed officers will be fixed at the same stage as last pay drawn before retirement as a part of pension is only ignored for the purpose of pay fixation and remaining part of pension will be deducted from pay so fixed at the last pay drawn. As a result, pay of such officer is fixed at much higher than the minimum pay of re-employed post. Illustration as mentioned below: –

Colonel A Retired at the age of 54 Years and re-employed as Section Officer [Gp A Gazetted post in the pay scale of (Rs 15600 (BP) + Rs 5400 (Grade Pay)] His other details are as under: –

Initial pay of reemployed post = Rs 15600 + Rs 5400 = Rs 21000

Last pay drawn in previous service = Rs 54000 (BP) + Rs 8700 (GP) + Rs 6000 (MSP)
Total pay last drawn = Rs 68700/-
Pensioned sanctioned = Rs 34350/- pm

Pay fixation on his re-employment: –

Step – I – Determination of last pay drawn = Rs 68700
Step – II – Determination of non-ignorable = Rs 34350 – Rs 4000 = Rs 30350 part of his pension
Step – III – Deduction of non-ignorable = Rs 68700 – Rs 30350 = Rs 38350 Part of pension from
Last Pay Drawn
Step – IV – Fixation of Initial pay = Rs 38350

(In addition to pay so fixed above, he shall be permitted to draw, separately any pension sanctioned to him and to retain any other form of retirement benefit. As explained in para 4(C) of CCS (RP) rules, 2008 vide OM 3/19/2009 dated 5th April 2010.)

From above it is notable that the minimum pay of the re-employed post is Rs 21,000/- and the pay fixed at Rs 38350/- hence the pay has been fixed at the higher stage due to consideration of his pre-retirement pay. It is justified as the pay of an experienced person can never be equal to a fresh recruit, but the same justification should be considered for reemployed Ex Non-Commissioned officer cadre (JCOs/Jawans) also.

In case of Reemployed Ex-servicemen who held rank below Group A/Commissioned Officer Rank before retirement and retired before attaining the age of 55 years: – According to Para 4(d) (i) such re-employed ex-servicemen who retired before attaining the age of 55 Years his entire pension will be ignored for the purpose of pay fixation.

According to Para 4(b) (i) Pay of such re-employed ex-servicemen will be fixed at the minimum of pay scale of reemployed post. Pre-retirement pay will not be considered for his pay fixation. Treatment of undue hardship caused due to fixation of minimum pay is neglected here.

Illustration as mentioned below: –

Sepoy ABC (MACP-I) Retired at the age of 36 Years and reemployed as Social Security Assistant in the pay scale of Rs 5830 (BP) + Rs 2400 (GP) Initial pay of reemployed post = Rs 5830 + Rs 2400 = Rs 8230

His other details are as under: –
Last pay drawn = Rs 9550 (BP) + Rs 2400 (GP) + Rs 2000 (MSP) + Rs 300 (Class pay)
Total pay last drawn = Rs 14250/-
Pension sanctioned = Rs 7125/- pm

Pay fixation on his re-employment: –

Step-I Determination of Initial pay of re-employed post = Rs 8230
Step-II Fixation of Initial pay on re-employment = Rs 8230

From above it is notable that the re-employed ex-servicemen is allowed to draw only minimum pay of reemployed post which is Rs 8200/- much less than his last pay drawn Rs14250/- before retirement, hence the undue hardship arises as his pre-retirement pay has been neglected. The gap will widen in case we take example of Nb Subedar of Army or a Sergeant of Air force who gets X-pay additionally.

From the illustration (i) and (ii) it is revealed that the CCS (Fixation of pay of reemployed pensioners) Order 1986 is not a consolidation of provisions of OM issued by Ministry of finance rather it is an order issued by Government of India which intended to give benefit to Ex Commissioned officers and deprive the Ex-servicemen (PBOR). This Order was formulated to serve the interests of Ex Group ‘A’ Officers/Commissioned Officer category only and discriminated against the PBOR/Other Ranks in terms of Right to equality enshrined in our Constitution of India. The service conditions were equally harsher to whole class of ex-servicemen including all ranks of Armed Forces; in fact more harsh if service privileges and promotions are to be considered separately.

5. In addition to above, according to Para 2 of DOPT OM No 3/13/2008/Estt/Pay II dated 11 Nov 2008 it is clear that the pay of re-employed ex-servicemen will be fixed according to rule 7 of CCS RP Rules 2008 with adherence to CCS (Fixation of pay of reemployed pensioners) Rules 1986 amended from time to time. The term minimum pay refers here the pay last drawn by the reemployed ex-servicemen before retirement (substantive pay) and the pay should be fixed in the pay structure of re-employed post i.e. the grade pay of re-employed post only admissible in such case. Total pay should be equal to the last pay drawn by the pensioner. In this regard your attention is also invited to para 3(v) of DOPT OM No 3/19/2009-Estt (Pay II) dated 05 April 2010 where it is clearly instructed that the pay of re-employed personnel/officers will be fixed at the same stage as last pay drawn. In this regard Verdict of Honourable Supreme Court dt 08.11.1996 in the case of Director General of India Posts Vs B Ravindran may be referred.

6. Pay of Re-Employed Officers is fixed at higher stage due to formula applied as prescribed in the CCS (Fixation of pay of re-employed pensioners) Order 1986. Whereas the interest of personnel below officer rank was totally neglected and their pay is fixed at the minimum of pay scale only which is contrary to natural injustice and violation of Right to equality enshrined in the Constitution of India as discrimination arises.

7. Public Sector Banks, LIC, NIC and PSUs are still allowed the higher stage of initial pay to Ex PBOR with reference to the Government orders (DOP&T OM dated 05.04.2010). Circular of Indian Banks Association in this regard may be referred to. Due to misinterpretation/ambiguous language of Government orders issued on the subject matter, Central Government departments does not agree to re-fix the pay of re-employed ex-servicemen (PBOR) category as mentioned in para 4 above. The re-employed Ex-serviceman belonging to PBOR category, are allowed to get their pay fixed only at the minimum/entry pay of re-employed post which is illogical and unlawful decision in terms of violation of constitutional provisions of fundamental rights. As a result, a large number of ex-servicemen are suffering from financial hardship besides moral depression.

8. Quoting the same authority /Govt. orders issued by DOP&T the PSU organizations and Nationalised Banks (Govt. Undertakings) have facilitated the pay fixation to the ex-servicemen (PBOR) to fix the pay at the same stage as last pay drawn before retirement but Central Government departments still not agreed to provide the entitlements to the re-employed ex-soldiers due to ambiguous provisions. They cite different reasons that PSUs are following different pay system etc. forgetting that PSUs derive the authority from the same Central government, So, how can there be two sets of rules for same category by same employer (Central Government).

REMEDIAL ACTION REQUIRED TO BE TAKEN

9. In view of the above it is requested that, your good office should weed out the actual disparity arising out of incomplete and discriminatory orders issued by the DOP&T vide CCS (Fixation of pay of reemployed pensioners) Order 1986 (amended from time to time) and issue necessary amendment/fresh order in favour of the Ex Servicemen (PBOR) category as mentioned below: –

For: – Para 4(b)(i)

Where the pension is fully ignored, the initial pay on re-employment shall be fixed as per entry pay in the revised pay structure of the re-employed post applicable in the case of direct recruits appointed on or after 1.1.2006 as notified vide Section II, Part A of First Schedule to CCS (RP) Rules, 2008.

It should be read as under (DRAFT PROPOSAL): – Para 4(b)(i) where the pension is fully ignored, the initial pay on re-employment shall be fixed as per entry pay in the revised pay structure of the re-employed post applicable in the case of direct recruits appointed on or after 1.1.2006 as notified vide Section II, Part A of First Schedule to CCS (RP) Rules, 2008. In cases of reemployed ex-servicemen where pension is fully ignored and pay fixed at minimum/entry
pay of reemployed post which is less than his pay last drawn in the Armed forces will be treated as undue hardship and his pay required to be fixed at a higher stage by allowing advance increments until his pay reaches at the same stage as last pay drawn before retirement to prevent undue hardship. In addition, he will be permitted to draw, separately any pension sanctioned to him and to retain any other form of retirement benefit.

Illustration: Sergeant/Havildar (any non commissioned rank) ABC Retired before the age of 55 Years and reemployed in the pay scale of Rs 5830 (BP) + Rs 2400 (GP)
Initial pay of reemployed post = Rs 5830 + Rs 2400 = Rs 8230
Last pay drawn by him = Rs 12000 (BP) + Rs 2800 (GP) + Rs 2000 (MSP) + Rs 300 (Class pay) + GCB 240 + X-pay 1400
Total pay last drawn = Rs 18740/-
Pension sanctioned = Rs 9370/-
Pay fixation on his reemployment: –
Step – I Determination of minimum pay = Rs 5830 + Rs 2400 = 8230 (minimum pay of reemployed post)
Step – II Fixation of total pay = Rs 18740/- (Last pay drawn) by allowing advance increment).
Step – III Manner of Re-fixation of pay = Rs 16840 (Band Pay) + 2400 (Grade Pay of re-employed post)

(This order should be applicable to all re-employed ex-servicemen irrespective of their date of retirement and date of re-employment)

CONCLUSION

10. In the light of the above, it is requested that the fresh orders/amendments be issued free from any scope of misinterpretation/ ambiguity, clearly mentioning the feasibility of fixation of pay of the re-employed ex-servicemen belonging to below officer ranks, at the same stage as the last pay drawn before retirement, ignoring entire portion of pension since the pension is miniscule and not even enough to live on rent in a city. In addition, they shall be permitted to draw, separately any pension sanctioned to them and to retain any other form of retirement benefit. Thousands of re-employed soldiers suffering from acute financial hardship due to very low earning even after re-employed. They would get relief with the right approach and initiative if taken at your end at the earliest. This will also save the Government’s expenditure and precious time of officers on litigations that are either pending or may be initiated in various courts.

Yours faithfully,
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(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General
Mob: 09447068125
E-mail: mkrishnan6854@gmail.com


Source: Confederation

DPE issues guidelines to expedite the process for clousure of CPSEs

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DPE issues guidelines to expedite the process for clousure of CPSEs.

Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprise has recently issued guidelines to expedite the process for closure of CPSEs so that all administrative Ministries would follow uniform procedure for closure of the CPSEs. Earlier, DPE had issued guidelines for “streamlining the mechanism for revival and restructuring of sick/ incipient sick and weak Central Public Sector Enterprises: General principles and mechanism of restricting”. As per these guidelines, the CPSEs were to be categorized into strategic and non-strategic and revival/restructuring strategy was prescribed. However, there are certain CPSEs in non-strategic sector which have no scope for revival and are to be closed in a time bound manner. Since there are employees working in these CPSEs, Government decided that closure should not cause hardship to them and has now laid down a uniform policy to give workers VRS at 2007 notional pay scale irrespective of the pay scale in which they are working.

The guidelines also prescribe the modalities for disposal of movable assets and immovable assets. The guidelines prescribe that leasehold land would be dealt as per the terms of the lease and freehold land would be offered in following order of priority:-

(i) Central Government Departments.

(ii) Central Government bodies/CPSEs.

(iii) State Government Departments.

(iv) State Government bodies/State PSEs/State authorities.

In case the above categories are not interested in taking the land for six months, then the land would be auctioned through MSTC to any entity so that it can be put to productive use.

Source: PIB News

Clarification regarding bunching of stages in the revised pay structure under RS(RP) Rules, 2016

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Clarification regarding bunching of stages in the revised pay structure under RS(RP) Rules, 2016

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (BHARAT SARKAR)
Ministry of Railways (Rail Mantralaya)
(Railway Board)
S. No. 6/PC-VII
RBE No.: 113/2016
File No. PC-VII/2016/RSRP/3
New Delhi, dated: 26.09.2016
The General Manager/CAOs(R),
All India Railways & Production Units,
(As per mailing list)

Sub:- Clarification regarding bunching of stages in the revised pay structure under RS(RP) Rules, 2016.

The recommendations of 7th CPC w.r.t. bunching of stages has been examined by Ministry of Finance and it has been decided that in. cases where in revision of pay, the pay of Government servants drawing pay at two or more stages in pre-revised Pay Band and Grade Pay or scale, as the case may be, get fixed at same Cell in the applicable Level in the new Pay Matrix, one additional increment shall be given for every two stages bunched and the pay of Government servant drawing higher pay in pre-revised structure shall be fixed in the next vertical Cell in the applicable Level.

2. For this purpose, pay drawn by two Government servants in a given Pay Band and Grade pay or scale where the higher pay is at least 3% more than the lower pay shall constitute two stages. Officers drawing pay where the difference is less than 3% shall not be entitled for this benefit.

3. As per illustration given in para 5.1.37 of the Report of the 7th Central Pay Commission, if two persons drawing pay of Rs.53,000 and Rs. 54,590 in the GP Rs.10,000 are to be fitted in the new Pay Matrix, the person drawing pay of Rs.53,000 on multiplication by a factor of 2.57 will expect a pay corresponding to Rs.1,36,210 and the person drawing pay of Rs.54,590 on multiplication by a factor of 2.57 will expect a pay corresponding to Rs.1,40,296. Revised pay of both should ideally by fixed in the first cell of Level 14 in the pay of Rs.1,44,200 but to avoid bunching the person drawing pay of Rs.54,590 will get fixed in second cell of Level 14 in the pay of Rs.1,48,500.

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(Jaya Kumar G)
Deputy Director, Pay Commission-VII
Railway Board


Authority: http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Exemption of Road Toll Tax to Defence Civilians

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Exemption of Road Toll Tax to Defence Civilians
REF: BPMS / MoD / 90th SCM (4/1/M)
Dated: 26.09.2016
To,
The Dy Secretary (CP)
Govt of India, Min of Defence,
‘B’ Wing, Sena Bhawan,
New Delhi – 110011

Subject: Exemption of Road Toll Tax to Defence Civilians

Respected Sir,
With due regards, your attention is invited to the Agenda Point No. 65 raised by this federation BPMS in the Steering Committee meeting for the 90th Departmental Council (JCM) (MoD) held on 27.09.2013 {Refer MoD F.No. 5(2)/2013/D(JCM), Dated 24.09.2013}. This federation BPMS submitted that Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways have issued a notification vide Notice No. NH-11065/12/2003-P&M, dated 15.09.2004 to Secretary, PWD of all States/Union Territories and National Highways Authority of India clarifying that the provisions of Indian Tolls (Army and Air Force) Act, 1901 is applicable to all States and National Highways whereby Army personnel are exempted from paying tolls on roads and highways in the States/Union Territories for their private vehicles irrespective of whether they are on duty or not.

This Federation has firm belief that the defence civilians are also integral part of Defence Forces and they perform their duties in almost similar conditions of uniform personnel without any extra financial benefits. Hence, they (Defence civilians) also deserve to be granted the benefits to some extent on par with uniform personnel.

In this regard, D(Mov) offered its comments (copy enclosed for ready reference) that the subject matter was not being dealt with by D(Mov).

Therefore, you are requested to take appropriate action so that Defence Civilians may also be exempted from paying tolls on roads and highways in the States/Union Territories for their private vehicles.

Thanking you.

Sincerely yours

(MUKESH SINGH)
Secretary/BPMS &
Member, JCM-II Level Council (MOD)


Source: BPMS

Medical Insurance Scheme for Bank Employees and Officers who have retired after 1-10-2015

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Medical Insurance Scheme for Bank Employees and Officers who have retired after 1-10-2015

Continuation of Medical Expenses Reimbursement Insurance Scheme for employees/officers who have retired after 1-10-2015.
CIRCULAR TO ALL UNITS
8th August, 2016
Dear Comrades,

Reg: Continuation of Medical Expenses Reimbursement Insurance Scheme for employees/officers who have retired after 1-10-2015.

In terms of the 10th Bipartite Settlement and Joint Note on Officers Wage Revision, Banks have introduced the Medical Expenses Reimbursement Insurance Scheme and all employees and officers have been covered by the Scheme from 1-10-2015. Since the Policy commenced from 1st October, 2015, it will end on 30th September, 2016. Our Settlement / Scheme provides that employees/officers who retired during this period will continue to be covered by the policy upto 30-9-2016 and can continue in the Scheme thereafter on payment of the requisite premium.

However, the Insurance Policy for the retirees commenced from 1-11-0215 and comes to an end on 31-10-2015. In order to ensure coverage of the Policy for this interim period of one month ( 1-10-2016 to 31-10-2016), we took up the matter with IBA.

It is informed that United India Insurance Company has clarified to all the Banks that such retirees can continue in the Scheme by remitting one month pro-rata premium amount to cover upto 31-10-2016 and thereafter pay annual premium for future.

Alternatively instead of remitting one month pro-rata premium now and 12 months premium again thereafter, the retirees can also remit 13 months premium now and be covered upto 31-10-2017.

Units are requested to follow up the matter with their respective managements and ensure that retirees are covered by the policy as above.

With greetings,

Yours comradely,

S.NAGARAJAN 
GENERAL SECRETARY
AIBOA

C.H. VENKATACHALAM
GENERAL SECRETARY
AIBEA

Clarification from United Insurance Co. to all Banks dt. 18-7-2016

Subject: IBA MEDICAL INSURANCE – COVERAGE FOR EMPLOYEES RETIRED UPTO SEP 2016

Dear Sir/Madam,
With regard to the inclusion of the employees who have retired during the current policy upto Sep 30th, you may collect 1 month pro-rata premium for including them in the current retire policy which is expiring on OCT 30th. Thereafter, again 12 months premium is to be collected for including them in the policy starting from NOV 1st.

Alternatively instead of collecting premium 2 times, you may collect premium for 13 months.

Please keep ready the list of employees who have retired during the currency of the present employee policy.

The amount of premium to be collected shall be communicatedto you in due course.

Promotion to the post of Supervisor (NT) from Leading Fireman: Norms Relaxation in OFB - BPMS

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Promotion to the post of Supervisor (NT) from Leading Fireman: Norms Relaxation in OFB.

REF: BPMS / MoD / 90th SCM (4/1/M) 
Dated: 26.09.2016
To,
The Under Secretary D (Estt./NG)
Govt of India, Min of Defence,
‘B’ Wing, Sena Bhawan,
New Delhi – 110011

Subject: Promotion to the post of Supervisor (NT) from Leading Fireman: Norms Relaxation in OFB.

Respected Sir,
With due regards, your attention is invited to the Agenda Point No. 63 raised by this federation BPMS in the Steering Committee meeting for the 90th Departmental Council (JCM) (MoD) held on 27.09.2013 {Refer MoD F.No. 5(2)/2013/D(JCM), Dated 24.09.2013}. This federation submitted that Hon’ble CAT/Principal Bench, New Delhi in OA No. 1396 of 2008 – Shri M.R.Meena Vs Union of India has ordered that parity should be maintained between Leading Hand Fire with other feeder grades (viz. LDC, Photographer, Telephone Operator-II & Subedar Durwan) for the promotion to the post of Supervisor (NonTechnical).

According to existing SRO 30, dated 14.07.2010, Ministry of Defence, Ordnance Factories, Supervisor (Non-Technical) and Telephone Operator Grade-II Group ‘C’ Posts Recruitment Rules, 2010, 50% vacant posts of Supervisor (Non-Tech) will be filled up by promotion from Photographer, Telephone Operator Grade-II, Subedar Durwan and Leading Hand Fire. This fifty per cent post of Supervisor (NT) may be filled up by 64% from the Leading Hand Fires in the Pay Band – I Rs. (5200 – 20200) plus Grade Pay of Rs. 2000/- with five years of regular service in the grade and possessing any of the following qualification:-

(a) having passed the Senior Fire Supervisory Course from Defence Institute of Fire Research, Ministry of Defence, New Delhi; or

(b) having passed the Sub Officer’s Course from National Fire Service College, Nagpur or any other recognized institute; or

(c) having passed Station Officer’s Course or Assistant Divisional Officer’s or Divisional Officer’s Course from National Fire Service College, Nagpur or any other recognized institute;
or
(d) Degree in Fire Engineering from Nagpur University or any other recognized institute; or

(e) having passed Graduateship from Institute of Fire Engineers United Kingdom or Graduateship from Institute of Fire Engineers India

It is to be noted that this fifty per cent post will be be filled up by 17% from amongst Telephone Operators in the Pay Band-I Rs. (5200 – 20200) plus GP Rs. 1900/- with 08 years regular service; 12% from Subedar Durwan in the Pay band of Rs. (4400 – 7440) plus GP Rs. 1600/- with 14 years regular service in the grade; 7% from Photographer in the Pay band –I Rs. (5200 – 20200) plus GP Rs. 1900/- with 08 years regular service. From above it is seen that Leading Hand Fire should have more qualification in comparison to the other feeder categories for Supervisor (NT) whereas all the incumbents have to perform the same responsibility with the same Grade Pay, i.e. Rs. 2400/- (Pre Revised Rs. 4000 – 6000).

It is to be kept in the mind that Vide Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure) Notification G.S.R. 622(E), dated 29.08.2008 CCS (RP) Rules, 2008 has been introduced and the First Schedule Part-B, Section-II states that Station Officer’s pay scale Rs. (4000 – 6000) (Fire Fighting Staff) has been upgraded to Rs. (4500 – 7000) and revised to GP Rs. 2800/-, whereas Supervisor (NT) is being granted the GP Rs. 2400/- on promotion from the post of Leading Hand Fire. Thus, the provisions of SRO 30 have not been framed considering the CCS (RP) Rules, 2008 as the qualification of only one of the feeder posts Leading Hand Fire has been enhanced but the Grade Pay of promotional post Supervisor (NT) for Fire Fighting Staff has not been enhanced to Rs. 2800/-.

In this regards, comments offered by D(Estt./NG) is enclosed for your ready reference. Therefore, your attention is invited to Rule 6 of SRO 30 which empowers the Central Government to relax the provisions of these rules to any class or category of persons and you are requested to take appropriate action so that existing Leading Hand Fire incumbents who are not fulfilling the requisite qualification may also be promoted to the post of Supervisor (NT) by granting relaxation in qualification as mentioned hereinabove.

Thanking you.

Sincerely yours

(MUKESH SINGH)
Secretary/BPMS &
Member, JCM-II Level Council (MOD)


Source: BPMS

Minimum wage and fitment formula for Central Government Employees

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Minimum wage and fitment formula for Central Government Employees

Comrade,
The 7th CPC while calculating the minimum wage of Central Government Employees has arrived at Rs 18,000/- the 7th CPC has erred in prescribing provision to cover education, recreation, ceremonies, festivals and medical expenses has been moderated to 15 percent against the provision of 25% . Supreme Court’s ruling in the Raptakos Brett Vs Workmen case of 1991 , the Hon’ble Supreme Court delivered a historic judgement and directed that children’s education, medical requirement, minimum recreation including festivals/ceremonies, provision for old age, marriage etc. should further constitute 25% of the minimum wage and be used as a guide in fixation of minimum wage.

The Hon’ble Minister of Labour & Employment Shri Bandaru Dattatreyaji in his press statement on 24-September-2016 has stated in Understanding Minimum Wages and Bonus article as follows.
“The norms recommended by the Indian Labour Conference, in 1957, fox fixing the minimum wages are: (a) consumption units for one wage earner; (b) minimum food requirements of 2700 calories per average Indian adult; (c) clothing requirements of 72 yards per annum per family; (d) rent corresponding to the minimum area provided for under Government’s Industrial Housing Scheme; and (e) fuel, lighting and other miscellaneous items of expenditure to constitute 20% of the total minimum wage.

In 1991, the Hon’ble Supreme Court delivered a historic judgement and directed that children’s education, medical requirement, minimum recreation including festivals/ceremonies, provision for old age, marriage etc. should further constitute 25% of the minimum wage and be used as a guide in fixation of minimum wage.”

If this provision is alone adopted should have been adopted by the 7th CPC, the minimum wage would have increased by more than 10% and worked out to Rs 20,000/-. The fitment formula will work out to 2.86. If the entire minimum wage is recalculated based on actual retail prices as on July 2015 without applying average of 12 months and correct methodology the minimum wage would be Rs 26,000/ and fitment formula would be around 3.5 .
The minister statement should be applied by the Government in true spirits and the minimum wage and fitment formula should be enhanced accordingly.

Comradely yours
(P.S.Prasad)
General Secretary

Source: http://karnatakacoc.blogspot.in/

Latest list of CGHS Hospitals in Bhubaneswar 2016

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Latest list of CGHS Hospitals in Bhubaneswar 2016

NAME OF THE EMPANNELED HOSPITAL CGHS, BHUBANESWAR

1.AMRI HOSPITAL LTD
Plot No.-1, Besides Satyasai Enclave, Khandagiri, Bhubaneswar-751030
Non-NABH
Facilites Empanelled for: All

2.KALINGA HOSPITAL
Chandrasekharpur, Bhubaneswar-7501023
Non-NABH
Facilites Empanelled for: All

3.KANUNGO INSTITUTE OF DIABETES SPECIALITIES PVT.LTD.(KIDS)
Plot No.-1120, Dumduma, Bhubaneswar-751019
Non-NABH
Facilites Empanelled for: All

4.SARA GASTRO &  LAPAROSCOPIC HOSPITAL
Plot No. 3564/4951,Guri Nagar, Near Garage Chhak
Non-NABH
Facilites Empanelled for: All

5.SPARSH HOSPITAL & CRITICAL CARE(P) LTD
A/407,Sahid Nagar, Bhubaneswar-751007
Non-NABH
Facilites Empanelled for: All

6.ADITYA CARE HOSPITAL(A unit of Quality care India Limited)
Plot-No- 329/1929(P) Newar Municipal Kalyan Mandap Chandrasekharpur, Bhubaneswar-751014 ph-0674-3053200
NABH
Facilites Empanelled for: All

7.INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES & SUM HOSPITAL
Sector-8, Kalinga Nagar, Ghatikia,Khandagiri, Bhubaneswar-751003, Mob-7381036086,9861184094
NABH
Facilites Empanelled for: All

8.HI-TECH HOSPITAL & MEDICAL COLLEGE
KIIT Campus, Patia, Bhubaneswar, ph-0674-2725228,2725092, 0674-2304400,0674-2305300,9498570303
Non-NABH
Facilites Empanelled for: All

9.M/S PRADYUMNA BAL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL(KIMS)
KIIT Campus, Patia, Bhubaneswarph-0674-2725228,2725092, 0674-2304400,0674-2305300,9498570303
Non-NABH
Facilites Empanelled for: All

10.VIVEKANANDA HOSPITAL
Plot No-A-54/1 & A-55/1, Dinalipi Bhawan, Near Fire Station Square, Baramunda, Bhubaneswar-751003, dist-Khurda, Odisha Mob-9090082255,9040383050
Non-NABH
Facilites Empanelled for: All

EYE HOSPITAL

11.LV PRASAD EYE INSTITUTE
347 P,Patia,Po-Kiit, Bhubaneswar-751024,Odisha Ph-0674-3987999,2725424, 9438834347,7381023499
NABH

DENTAL CLINIC

12.BIBHUTI BHUSAN MEMORIAL DENTAL HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH CENTER
Plot No-805, Jayadev Vihar, Near Mayfair Lagoon Hostal, Bhubaneswar-751013, Odisha Mob-9437070280, 7205070280,0674-2361680
Non-NABH
DENTAL

Source: http://cghs.gov.in/

Understanding Minimum Wages and Bonus

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Understanding Minimum Wages and Bonus

Press Information Bureau 
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment
24-September-2016 10:35 IST

Understanding Minimum Wages and Bonus
*Bandaru Dattatreya

A minimum wage is the lowest remuneration that employers may legally pay to workers or it is the price floor below which workers may not sell their labour.

The concept of minimum wages first evolved with reference to remuneration of workers in those industries where the level of wages was substantially low as compared to the wages for similar types of labour in other industries. As far back as 1928, the International Labour Conference of International Labour Organization, at Geneva, adopted a draft convention on minimum wages requiring the member countries to create and maintain a machinery whereby minimum rates of wages can be fixed for workers employed in industries in which no arrangements exist for the effective regulation of wages and where wages are exceptionally low. Also, at the Preparatory Asian Regional Labour Conference of International Labour Organisation held at New Delhi in 1947 and then at the 3rd session of the Asian Regional Labour Conference, it was approved that every effort should be made to improve wage standards in industries and occupations in Asian Countries, where they are still low. Thus, the need of a legislation for fixation of minimum wages in India received an impetus after World War II, on account of the necessity of protecting the interest of demobilized personnel seeking employment in industries.

The justification for statutory fixation of minimum wage is obvious. Such provisions which exist in more advanced countries are even necessary in India, where workers’ organizations are yet poorly developed and the workers’ bargaining power is consequently poor.

To provide for machinery for fixing and revision of minimum wages a draft Bill was prepared and discussed at the 7th session of the Indian Labour Conference in November, 1945. Thereupon the Minimum Wages Bill was introduced in the Central Legislative Assembly. The Minimum Wages Bill having been passed by the Legislature received the assent on 15th March, 1948. It came on the Statute Book as the Minimum Wages Act, 1948.

The Act provides for fixation by the appropriate Governments of minimum wages for employments covered by Schedule to the Act. The Central Government is the appropriate Government in respect of 45 scheduled employments in the Central Sphere. The minimum wages fixed for Central sphere are applicable to the scheduled employments in the establishments under the authority of Central Government, railway administrations, mines, oil-fields, major ports or any corporation established by a Central Act. Employments other than the scheduled employment for Central Sphere come under the purview of the State Government and accordingly State Government wages are applicable in such employments. The minimum wages for Central Sphere are revised from time to time based on the increase in Consumer Price Index effective from April and October.

According to Section 3(1)(b) of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, “the appropriate government shall review at such intervals, as it may think fit, such intervals not exceeding five years, the minimum rates of wages so fixed and revise the minimum rates if necessary.

The norms recommended by the Indian Labour Conference, in 1957, fox fixing the minimum wages are: (a) consumption units for one wage earner; (b) minimum food requirements of 2700 calories per average Indian adult; (c) clothing requirements of 72 yards per annum per family; (d) rent corresponding to the minimum area provided for under Government’s Industrial Housing Scheme; and (e) fuel, lighting and other miscellaneous items of expenditure to constitute 20% of the total minimum wage.

In 1991, the Hon’ble Supreme Court delivered a historic judgement and directed that children’s education, medical requirement, minimum recreation including festivals/ceremonies, provision for old age, marriage etc. should further constitute 25% of the minimum wage and be used as a guide in fixation of minimum wage.

The Act envisages appointment of an Advisory Board, by the appropriate Government, for the purpose of advising the appropriate Government in the matter of fixing and revising minimum rates of wages.

The Central Government revises the wages in the scheduled employments from time to time in accordance with the provisions of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948. Draft Notifications for all the Scheduled Employments in the Central Sphere were issued on 1st September, 2016 simultaneously, in fact for the first time. The basic rate of minimum wages for an unskilled worker in the scheduled employment other than agriculture has been proposed at Rs.350 in Area ‘C’ from the current minimum wage (basic wage + variable dearness allowance) of Rs.246 resulting in an increase of about 42%. The basic rate of minimum wages for an unskilled worker in the scheduled employment “agriculture” has been proposed at Rs.300 in Area ‘C’ from the current minimum wage (basic wage + variable dearness allowance) of Rs.211 resulting in an increase of about 42%.

The proposed revision in the rates of basic minimum wages would indeed provide much needed solace to the labour fraternity.

Bonus

Bonus payment is an extra payment given for doing one’s job well also known as performance-related pay or pay for performance.

The practice of paying bonus in India appears to have originated during First World War when certain textile mills granted 10% of wages as war bonus to their workers in 1917. In certain cases of industrial disputes demand for payment of bonus was also included. In 1950, the Full Bench of the Labour Appellate Tribunal evolved a formula for determination of bonus. A plea was made to raise that formula in 1959. At the second and third meetings of the eighteenth Session of Standing Labour Committee (G.O.I) held in New Delhi in March/ April 1960, it was agreed that a Commission be appointed to go into the question of bonus and evolve suitable norms. A Tripartite Commission was set up by the Government of India to consider in a comprehensive manner, the question of payment of bonus based on profits to employees employed in establishments and to make recommendations to the Government. The Government of India accepted the recommendations of the Commission subject to certain modifications. To implement these recommendations the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 was enacted, which came into force on 25-9-1965.

The objective of the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 is to provide for the payment of bonus to the persons employed in certain establishments on the basis of profits or on the basis of production or productivity and for matter connected therewith.

It applies to (i) Every Factory; and (ii) Every other establishment in which 20 or more persons are employed on any day during an accounting year subject to the exemptions under section 32. Every employee shall be entitled to be paid by his employer in an accounting year, bonus, in accordance with the provisions of this Act, provided he has worked in the establishment for not less than thirty working days in that year. While the minimum bonus is 8.33% of the salary or wage earned by the employee during the accounting year, the maximum bonus is 20% of such salary or wage.

Two ceilings are available under the said Act generally known as eligibility limit and calculation ceiling respectively. Clause 13 of Section 2 of Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 defines an employee based on salary or wage per mensem. This is usually taken as the “eligibility limit” for computation of bonus. Similarly, Section 12 of the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 provides for calculation of bonus of an employee based on salary or wage per mensem. This is known as “calculation ceiling”.

The two ceilings are revised from time to time to keep pace with the price rise and increase in the salary structure. At present, the calculation ceiling has been enhanced to Rs.7000 or the minimum wage for the scheduled employment, as fixed by the appropriate Government, whichever is higher and the eligibility limit has been enhanced to Rs.21,000/-.

Due to this revision, additional 55 lakh workers would be benefited. This would indeed, be a good gesture on the part of the Government towards the labour fraternity.

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*Author is Minister of State (Independent Charge) Labour and Employment, Government of India

Source: PIB News

Latest list of CGHS Diagnostic Centres and Dental Hospitals in Bangalore July 2016

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Latest list of CGHS Diagnostic Centres and Dental Hospitals in Bangalore July 2016

HOSPITALS: – BANGALORE

CONSOLIDATED HOSPITAL LIST 17.02.2016

EXCLUSIVE EYE CENTRES: – BANGALORE

DIAGNOSTIC CENTRES:-BANGALORE

1.Chanre Diagnostic Laboratory (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: # 121 /1, 3rd main bet 10th & 11th Cross, Margosa Rd, Malleswaram, bangalore – 03,080-40810611 medicalofficer@chanrediagnostic.com
NABL
Facilities Available: Laboratory Investigations and Ultrasound, 2D ECHO, TMT, Doppler, ECG, Denstistry, Advanced Diagnostic Laboratory

2.Kanva Diagnostic Services Pvt Ltd (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: #/2/10. Dr Rajkumar Road, 4th N Block, Rajajinagar, Bangalore- 560010 Phone: 080-23133838/39/40/41/42 FAX:080-23133844 WEB:www.kanvadiagnostic.com krupa06@kanv adiagnostic.com
NABL
Facilities Available: Laboratory Services including Biochemistry, Special Biochemistry, Hematology, Microbiology, Histopathology, Clinical Pathology, Cytology, Radiology & Imaging Services including Digital Xray, Mammography and Bone Densitometry, Ultrasound Scan Including Anamoly scan, 4D scan, Dopplers all kinds, Ultrasound guided Biopsy, FNAC Etc, CT Scan, MRI

3.RV Metropolis and Diagnostic andHealth Care Centre Pvt Ltd(w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: # 7&21, 10th Cross, Yellappa Garden Malleswaram, Bangalore-560003, 080-33993939 admin.rv@metropolisindia.com
NABL
Facilities Available: TMT, LBC, X-ray, Ultrasound, Echo, ECG Microbiology, Biochemistry, Histopathology, Serology, Hematology, Clinical Pathology, Cytology ,

4. Elbit Medical Diagnostic Limited (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: 1&1/2. QUEENS ROAD BANGALORE -560001 Ph no 080-40570000 info@elbit.in
NABL
Facilities Available: MRI, CT, Nuclear Meducine, Echocardiograpy,T.M.T/E.C.G Mammograpy, Bone Densitometery, Radiography(Digital X-Ray), Pathology,Biochemistry&Microbiology, Ultrasound, Diagnostic Endosocy/ERCP, Moleculer Diagnostics, E.E.G.,E.N.M.G & NCV

5.Focus Diagnostics Centre & Speciality Clinics(w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: No. 1213, 20th Main road, Rajajinagar 5th block, west of chord road, Bangalore – 560010, 080-23503750 diagnostics.focus@gmail.com
NON-NABL
Facilities Available: MRI , Digital Xray, Ultrasound, Doppler, ECG, Treadmill Test, Lab, 2D – Echo, BMD, EEG, Nerve conduction study,CT, Mammography,OPG

6.Anand Diagnostic Laboratory (w.e.f 17/02/2016)
Contact Details: No. 54, Bowring Hospital Road Shivajinagar, Bengaluru-560001 Ph: 080-25318550 adlcghs@anandlab.com NABL
Facilities Available: Laboratory services, X-ray, USG, Doppler Studies,
Audiometry

EXCLUSIVE DENTAL CLINICS: -BANGALORE

1.Smiles Dental Care (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: #74/2, ABOVE NAGENDRA MEDICALS, NAGAVARPALYA MAIN ROAD, C.V.RAMAN NAGAR, BANGALORE 560093 Ph no 080-64557113 get2prashanth@yahoo.com
NON-NABH
Dental Care

2.Chinmayi Dental and Medicare (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: #28,2 main, 5th cross,Govindarajanagar, Bangalore-560040. Ph-080-23404380. drgirish_g@yahoo.com
NON-NABH
Dental Care

3.Apoorva Dental Care (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: 4/1,80 feet double road,dollars colony, rmv 2nd stage,near rmv club,Bangalore -560094. Ph no: 080-65951922 dr.ajay.j@ gmail.com
NON-NABH
Dental Care

4.Dental Health Clinic (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
Contact Details: No. 150, 5th Cross,Koramangala, 5th Block, Next to Juice Junction, Bengaluru- 560095 prasaddent17@gmail.com
NON-NABH
Dental Care

Authority: http://cghs.gov.in/

Latest list of CGHS Eye Hospitals in Bangalore July 2016

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CONSOLIDATED HOSPITAL LIST 17.02.2016

HOSPITALS: – BANGALORE

EXCLUSIVE EYE CENTRES: – BANGALORE

1.Abhishek Nethradhama (w.e.f 20/02/2015)
Contact Details: #HIG 2024,3rd cross, ‘B’ sector, opposite to National Public School, ICICI Bank road, Near SBI, yelahanka New town, Bengaluru-64 Ph: 080- 40933219, 7795715203, 7204446073 abhisheknethradhama@yahoo.in
NON NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

2.Aditya Netralaya(w.e.f 25/03/2015)
Contact Details: #244, 7th Cross, VI Block, III Phase, 3rd Stage, BSK, Bengaluru-560085 Ph no. 080-26695392 adityanetralaya@gmail.com
NON NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

3.Bangalore Nethralaya (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
Contact Details: #946, 21st Main, Near BDA Complex, Banashankari, 2nd Stage, Bangalore- 560070.Ph no. 080-65375566 bangalorenethralaya@gmail.com
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

4. Bangalore West Lions Superspeciality Eye Hosp (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: No 5 Lions Eye Hospital road (Off j c road) bangalore 560002 Ph no 080-22121255 lionseye@vsnl.com
NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

5. Devi Super Speciality Eye Hospital Pvt Ltd (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: #434,18th Main,80Feet Road,6th Block,Opp Koramangala Banagalore-560095, 080-25535514 devieyehospital@hotmail.com
Non NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

6. Dr Agarwals Eye Hospital Bannerghatta Road (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: No 10 N S Palya Kaveriappa Industrial Area, Bannerghatta Road Bangalore-560076, 080-26784012 tpa_ka@dragarwal.com
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

7. Dr. Agarwal’s Eye Hospital Coles Rd (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: No. 33, Coles Road, Frazer Town, Bangalore – 560005 Ph no. 080-25498855 colesroad@dragarwal.com
NON NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

8. Dr. Agarwal’s Eye Hospital Yelankha (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: No. 2557 HIG, 16th B Cross Road, 3rd Stage, Yelahanka New Town, Bangalore – 560 064. Ph no 080 2846 1225 yelahanka@dragarwal.com
NON NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

9. Karthik Netralaya Institute of Ophthalmology Pvt Ltd (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: .89, 6th Cross, Ashok Nagar, BSK Ist Stage, Bangalore – 560 050, Karnataka. Ph : 2667 4399.
karthiknetralaya@gmail.com
NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

10. Narayana Netralaya-1 (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: 121/C, Chord Road, Rajajinagar, 1st R Block, Bangalore-010 Ph No.080-66121428
dr.mkurian@gmail.com
NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

11. Narayana Netralaya-2 (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: # 258/A, Bommasandra, Narayana Health City, Bangalore – 560 099. Ph No. 080 -6666 0707 himanshu@narayananethralaya.com
NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

12. Narayana Netralaya-3 (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: No.37, Castle Street, Opp. Sacred Heart Church, Ashok Nagar, Bangalore – 560 025. Ph No. 080 -6697 4033, 080- 6697 4013 dr.colin@narayananethralaya.com
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

13. Nelivigi Eye Hospital & Surgical Centre (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
Contact Details: 3rd Floor, Opposite Amba Bajaj Showroom, Bellandur Circle, outer ring road, Bangalore-560103. Ph no. 080-65756600,080- 25742525 nelivigieyehospital@gmail.com
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

14.Nethradhama Superspeciality Eye Hospital, Indiranagar (w.e.f 20/02/2015)
Contact Details: # 66, Double Road, HAL 2nd stage, Indiranagar,Bangalore- 38 080- 43332555, 8197351609 nhplindr@nethradhama.org
NON NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

15. Nethradhama Superspeciality Eye Hospital, Rajajinagar (w.e.f 20/02/2015)
Contact Details: # 607 / 77, 1ST Main, Dr. Rajkumar Road, 2nd Block, Rajajinagar, Bangalore -21 080-43334111, 99728 53918 nhplrjn@nethradhama.org
NON NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

16.Nethradhama Superspeciality Eye Hosptal (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: No.256/14, Kanakapura main road, Jayanagar 7th block Bangalore 560082, 080-26088000 pr@nethradhama.org
NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

17.Netra Enterprise Prabha Eye Clinic (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: #504, 40TH CROSS, 8TH BLOCK JAYANAGAR, BANGALORE – 560070 Ph no: 080 -22444131 bharat@prabhaeyeclinic.com
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

18.Padmabhushana Dr M C Modi Eye Hospital (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: Dr.M.C.Modi Road, Mahalakshmipuram, Bangalore- 560086 Ph.080-23492233 mcmodihospital@gmail.com
Non-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

19.Retina Institute of Karnataka (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
Contact Details: #122, 5th Main Road, Chamarajpet, Bengaluru-560018. Ph no. 080-22410106 retinakarnataka@gmail.com
NON NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

20.Samprathi Eye Hospital & Squint Centre (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
Contact Details: #111/3, Raiway Parallel Raod, Kumara Park West, Bengaluru- 560020 Ph no. 080-23367544 arunsamprathi@yahoo.com
Non NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

21.Sankara Eye Hospital (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: Site-43, Varthur Main Road, Marathahalli, Bangalore-560037 Ph no 080-28542727 ceo.blr@sankaraeye.com
NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

22.Shekar Eye Hospital (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: No.33 100 feet Ring road, JP Nagar 3rd phase, Bengalore – 560078, Tel:- 080 26593210 info@shekarnethralaya.com
NON-NABH Exclusive Eye Care Centre

23. Sukruthi Eye Care Microsurgical Centre (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: 148, Vyalikaval, Malleswaram 11th Cross, Bangalore 560003 Ph no 080-23566251 sukruthieyecare@gmail.com
NON-NABH Exclusive Eye Care Centre

24. Sunayana Eye Hospital (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: #1156, 26th Main, 4th ‘T’ Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore-41. 080-22442356 info@sunayanaeyehospital.com
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

25. Sunetra Eye Hospital (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: # 519/34,2nd cross, 10th main, BSK 1 st Stage, 2nd block, Bangalore-560050. Ph no 080-22410500 sunetra@sunetraeyehospital.org
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

26. The Eye Foundation (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: #79/5, Outer Ring Road,(Diagnolly Opp. To Bellandur Central Mall), Bellandur, Bangalore-560103. Ph: 080-49422000. info@theeyefoundation.com
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

27. Vasan Eyecare Hospital Ganganagar (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: # 533 Opp. BMTC Bus Stop, Ganganagar, R T Nagar, Bangalore-560032. Ph No.: 080 39207950 rtnagar.accounts@vasaneye.in
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

28. Vasan Eyecare Hospital HRBR Layout Banasavadi (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: # 205/4C, IV Cross III Block, HRBR Layout, Near Hennur BMTC Bus depot, Banaswadi, Bangalore-560043 Ph No.: 080 39890600 hrbrlayout.accounts@vasaneye.in
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

29. Vasan Eyecare Hospital Jayanagar (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: # 28 & 29, 7th Main Road, IV Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore-560011. Ph No.: 080 39890500 jayanagar.accounts@vasaneye.in
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

30. Vasan Eyecare Hospital Koramangala (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: # 897/C, 80 Feet Road, VI Block, Opp. Pizza Hut, Koramangala Bangalore-560095. Ph No.: 080 39890000 koramangala.accounts@vasaneye.in
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

31. Vasan Eyecare Hospital Nagarabhavi (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: # 5, 20th Cross, Malagala Underpass Ring Road II Stage, Nagarbhavi Bangalore-091 Ph No.: 080 30163800 nagarbhavi.accounts@vasaneye.in
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

32. Vasan Eyecare Hospital Rajajinagar (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: # 46, 19th Main Road, I Block, Rajajinagar Bangalore-560010. Ph No.: 080 39419000 rajajinagar.accounts@vasaneye.in
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

33.Vittala International Institute of Ophthalmology (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
Contact Details: #1, 2nd Crs, 2nd Mn, 7th Blk, Hosakerehalli, Banashankari 3rd Stage, Bangalore 560 085. Ph: 080-26722214/080-26722214 bgn@viio.org
NON-NABH
Exclusive Eye Care Centre

Authority: http://cghs.gov.in/

Latest list of CGHS Hospitals in Bangalore July 2016

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Latest list of CGHS Hospitals in Bangalore July 2016

CONSOLIDATED HOSPITAL LIST 17.02.2016

HOSPITALS: – BANGALORE

1. Fortis Hospitals Limited Cunningham Road (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
NON NABH
Contact Details: No 14, Cunningham Road Bangalore -560052. Contact No 080-41994498/080- 41994649 manish.mattoo@fortishealthcar e.com
Facilities Available: CTVS, Cardiology, Orthopedics, General Medcine, Urology, Gastroenterology

2. Imperial Hospital and Research Centre(Apollo) (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
NABH
Contact Details: No.154/11, Opp. IIMB-B, Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore -560076. Tel:080- 26304034/35 bharath_l@apollohospitals.com
Facilities Available: Cardiology, CTVS, Vascular Surgery, Orthopedics (Joint Replacements, Spine Surgery), Paediatrics & Gynecology, General Surgery, Bariatric Surgery, Urology, Nephrology (Transplantation and Dialysis), Medical & Surgical Gastroenterology, Neurology &Neuro Surgery, ENT Surgery, Opthalmology, Imaging Services (CT, MRI, PET Scan, Nuclear Medicine), Medical, Surgical & Radiation Oncology, Laboratory Services.

3. KIMS Hospital & Research Center (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
NON NABH
Contact Details: K.R. Raod, V.V. Puram, Bengaluru- 560004 Ph. No. 080-26624870 kimshospitalbangalore@gmail.com
Facilities Available: General Medicine, General Surgery, Emergency Services, Obsteric & Gynecoloy, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, E.N.T., Ophtalmology, Skin &STD, Psychiatry, Community Medicine, Dental , Anesthesiology, Radiology, Cardiology, Neuro Surgery, Urology, Nephrology, Gastroenterology, Plastic Surgery, Oncology, Diagnostic Services

4. Mallya Hospital (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
NABH
Contact Details:No 2 Vittal Mallya Road Bangalore 560001. Ph: 080 22277979 kanchan.sanyal@gmail.com
Facilities Available: Cardiology, Cardiothoracic Surgery,Dentistry ,Dermatology, Endocrinology, ENT, Gastroenterology, General and Minimal Invasive Surgery, Internal Medicine, Maxillofacial Neonatology, Nephrology, Neurology, Neuro Surgery,Obstetrics & Gynecology, Oncology, Onco Surgery, Ophthalmology ,Orthodontist, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Pediatric, Cardiology, Pediatric Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Preventive Health Checkups, Psychiatry, Pulmonary Medicine, Radiology, Speech Therapy, Urology,Vascular Surger

5. MediHope Super Specialty Hospitals & Research Center Pvt., Ltd. (w.e.f 20/02/2015)
NON NABH
Contact Details: #114/1, Malleshpalya Main Road, New Thippasandra Post, Bangalore, – 560075,Karnataka, INDIA 080-67611111
insurance@medihopehospitals.com
Facilities Available: Accident & Emergency Department. Cardiology, Cardio thoracic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Dentistry and Orthodontics, Dermatology, ENT, Endocrinology, Eye, General Medicine, Gastroenterology, ICU Laparoscopic and Bariatric Surgery ,Neurology and Neurosurgery & Spine Center, Nephrology, Orthopedics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Oncology, Pediatrics and Neonatology, Psychiatry, Physiotherapy, Pulmonology, Plastic Surgery, Rheumatology, Urology

6. Narayana Hrudayalaya (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
NABH
Contact Details: Narayana Hrudayalaya No. 258/A, Bommasandra Industrial Area, Hosur Road, Bangalore – 560 099 Ph no 080-71222222 mohan.kumar@nhhospitals.org
Facilities Available: Anaesthesiology, Blood Bank, Cardiology & Cardiothoracic Surgery – Adult ,Pediatrics & Neonatology, Cranio-Maxillo Facial Surgery, Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Dentistry & Implantology, Dermatology & Cosmetology, Diabetics & Endocrinology, E.N.T, General Surgery, Genetics, Haematology, Internal Medicine, Medical & Surgical Gastroenterology, Medical & Surgical Oncology, Multi -Organ Transplantation (Cardiac, Liver, Kidney, Bone Marrow), Nephrology, Medical, Surgical & Interventional Neurology, Nuclear Medicine, OB &G, Pediatrics, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology, Pulmonology, Reproductive Medicine, Thoracic Surgery, Urology, Vascular Surgery, Rheumatology, Speech & Swallow Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation, Infectious Diseases. Radiology & Imaging facilities including Fluoroscopy, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine including PET- CT, Laboratory facilities.

7. Narayana Superspeciality Hospitals Pvt Ltd (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
NON NABH
Contact Details: Narayana Super Speciality Hospitals , #24, 9th Cross, Margosa Road, Malleswaram ,BANGALORE- 560 003, 080-23084000 premnssh@gmail.com
Facilities Available: Obstetrics & Gynaecology ,Fertility (IVF) , Paediatrics, Gynaecology, Andrology,Oncology, Medicine (ICU), General & Laproscopic Surgery, Orthopaedics, Plastic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery,Ophthalmology, ENT, Cardiology, Neurology, Nephrology, GastroEnterology, Urology, Pulmonology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Anesthesialogy, Radiology, Mammography, Imaging and diagnostic services.

8. P D Hinduja Sindhi Hospital (w.e.f 17/11/2014)
NON NABH and NABL
Contact Details: P D Hinduja Sindhi Hospital no 12th A cross sindhi Hospital Road Sampangiramnagar Bangalore 560027. PH :080- 49030303, 080-49060605 jyothikm@hindujasindhihospital.com
Facilities Available: General Medicine, Opthalmology, E.N.T, Dental, Urology, Neuro Surgery, Plastic Surgery, General Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Orthopedics, Physiotherapy, Laparoscopic Surgery, Micro Surgery, Urethrotomy, Diagnostic services including Ultrasound Scanning, Echo Cardiography Colour Dopplar Vascular Imaging, Treadmill Cardiac Stress Test (TMT), Foetal Monitor Computerised Radiography Video Endoscopy Video Colonoscopy Pulmonary Function

9. Sagar Hospitals Banshankari (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
NON NABH and NABL
Contact Details: Sagar Hospitals Banshankari Shavige Malleshwara hills Kumaraswamy Layout Banashankari Bangalore 560078. Ph no:080-4299 9999 91894padhu_74@yahoo.com
Facilities Available: Anesthesiology, Cardiology, Cosmetic/Plastic Surgery, Dental, Dermatology, Diabetics & Endocrinology Dietary & Nutrition, ENT, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Geriatrics, Neonatology, Nephrology Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Oncology-Medical/Surgical, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Pathology and Laboratory Services, Pediatrics,Physiotherapy, Psychology, Pulmonology/Respiratory Medicine, Radiology & Imaging Services, Rheumatology, Reconstructive Surgery, Transfusion Medicine Urology, Vascular Surgery, Diagnostic Services

10.Sagar Hospitals Jayanagar (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
NABH
Contact Details: Sagar Hospitals Jayanagar No 44/54 30th cross Tilaknagar Jayanagar Ext Bangalore 560041 Ph no: 080-4288 8550 padhu_74@yahoo.com
Facilities Available: Anesthesiology, Bariatric Surgery, Cardiology, Cosmetic/Plastic Surgery, Dental, Dermatology, Diabetics & Endocrinology Dietary & Nutrition, ENT, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Geriatrics, Neonatology, Nephrology Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Oncology-Medical/Surgical, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Pathology and Laboratory Services, Pediatrics,Physiotherapy, Psychology, Pulmonology/Respiratory Medicine, Radiology & Imaging Services, Rheumatology, Reconstructive Surgery, Transfusion Medicine Urology, Vascular Surgery, Diagnostic Services

11. Sri Shankara Cancer Hospital & Research Centre (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
NON NABH
Contact Details: Sri Shankara Cancer Hospital & Research Centre (A unit of Sri Shankara Cancer Foundation) 1st Cross, Shankarapuram, Basvangudi, Bengaluru- 560004. Ph. NO. 080-26981065 madhurisandy@gmail.com
Facilities Available: Radiology, Radiation Oncology, Medical Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Anaesthsiology, Gastroenterology, Urology, Psycho-Oncology/Psychiatry, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Neurosurgery, Paediatric Surgery, Pulmonology, Orthopedics, Physiotherapy, Blood Transfusion services, Diagnostic Services.

12. Trinity Hospital & Heart Foundation (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
NON NABH
Contact Details:Trinity Hospital & Heart Foundation Near R.V. Teachers College Circle, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru-560004 Ph no. 080-40136999 trinityheartfoundation@gmail.com
Facilities Available: Cardiology, Urology/Nephrology, Orthopedics, Dialysis, Diagnostic Services.

13. Vydehi Institute of Medical Science & Research Centre (w.e.f 25/03/2015)
NON NABH
Contact Details:#82, EPIP Area, Whitefield, Bangalore 560066. Phone Number: 08028413381/82/83 info@vims.ac.in
Facilities Available: Cardiology, Cardio Thoracic & Vascular Surgery, Oncology, Urology, Nephrology, Neonatology, Plastic Surgery, Cranio-Maxxillofacial Surgery, Neurosurgery, Gastroenterology, Endocrinololgy, Endocrine Surgery, OBG.

14. Health Care Global Enterprises Ltd. (w.e.f 17/02/2016)
NABH
Contact Details: HealthCare Global Enterprises Ltd. No.8, HCG Towers, P. Kalinga Rao Road, Sampangiram Nagar, Bangalore-560027 Ph:080-40206000, 080- 40206065,9341307646 Fax No: 080-2248 5962 www.hcgoncology.com
Facilities Available: Comprehensive Cancer Care including Medical Oncology – Adult & Paediatrics, Surgical Oncology with Sub Specialty Radiation Oncology,Hematology & Hemato oncology, Bone Marrow Transplant, Liver Transplant, Genomics, Laboratory Services, Blood Bank, PET CT Scan, CT, MRI, Digital Mammography, X-Ray, U/S., Nuclear Medicine Therapies (Iodine 131 for Thyroid Cancer), Hepatobiliary & Plastic Surgery,

15. MS Ramaiah Memorial Hospital (w.e.f 17/02/2016)
NABH
Contact Details: MS Ramaiah Memorial Hospital MSRIT Post, MSR Nagar Bengaluru-560054 Ph: 080-23608888, 080- 23609999 Fax: 080-22183276 contact@msrmh.com
Facilities Available: Anaesthesiology,Cardio Thoracic Surgery,Cardiology,Dental Science,Dermatology,Emergency, Medicine, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology (Medical, surgical), General Medicine,General Surgery,Intensive care Unit, Nephrology, Neuro-surgery, Neurology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Oncology (Medical, Radiation, Surgical), Opthalmology, Orthopaedic Surgery including joint Replacement Surgery, ENT, Paediatric ( Cardiology, surgery, Neonatology), Plactic and Reconstructive Surgery, Psychiatry, Respiratory Medicine, Transplant Services (Kidney, Heart), Urology,Vascular Surgery, Laboratory and Diagnostic Services, 2D Echo, Audiology, Colonoscopy, CT Scanning, DSA Lab, EEG, ENMG, Fluroscopy, Gastroscopy, Holter Monitoring, Mammography, MRI, Spirometry, TMT, Ultrasound, X-Ray,Blood Transfusions Services,Blood Bank, Dietetics, Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation, Speech & Language Therap

16. Sparsh Hospital A unit of Shiva & Shiva Orthopaedic Hospital Pvt. Ltd (w.e.f 17/02/2016)
NABH
Contact Details: Sparsh Hospital A unit of Shiva & Shiva Orthopaedic Hospital Pvt. Ltd 29/P2, Health City, Bommasandra Industrial Area, Hosur Main Road, Bengaluru-560099. Ph: 080-33271000/99 Fax: 080-33271111/2 info@sparshhospital.com
Facilities Available: Orthopaedics, Plastic surgery, Neuro surgery, Maxillofacial surgery, Microvascular surgery

Authority: http://cghs.gov.in/


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