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Emergency Treatment at outside locations/stations: Order for Railway Beneficiaries

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Emergency Treatment at outside locations/stations: Order for Railway Beneficiaries

SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
Chief Medical Director
Rail Nliayam
Secunderabad-500025

No MD 438/pdhey
dated: 10.04.2017

Sub: Emergency Treatment at outside locations/stations - reg.

Where there are no referral hospitals. Railway Beneficiaries can get admitted to the nearest private hospitals in case of emergency and should inform Authorised Medical Authority and CMS/MD within 24 hrs for arranging advance payment as per extant rules, if emergency is proved.

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Dr K.H.K.Dora
Chief Medical Director

Copy to: MD/ CH / LGD .. for information pl.

Unauthorized Overstayal in KVS Staff Quarters - KVS Orders

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Unauthorized overstayal in KVS Staff Quarters: KVS Order under KVS (Allotment of Residence), Rules 1998

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN

F.11013-1/2013-KVS (Admn-I)/
Dated 29.05.2017
The Deputy Commissioner,
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan,
All Regional Offices

Subject: Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (Allotment of Residence), Rules 1998 – matter pertaining to unauthorized overstayal in KVS Staff Quarters.

Sir/Madam,

KVS has encountering with the problem of unauthorized overstayal by some of its employees who do not vacate the staff quarters occupied by them at the time of retirement/ superannuation. In some cases KVS also faced the difficulty in implementing recovery from the retired employees. In the matter of employees superannuated with CPF scheme the situation would be more complex.

Now, with a view to have better administrative control over the smooth allotment / vacation of staff quarters by the employees of KVS, the competent authority KVS has decided to introduce an administrative arrangement with immediate effect as under:

1.a) The authority concerned at various establishments of KVS, will inform the competent authority in Finance Division, at least 03 months in advance, about retention of staff quarter by any employee working under his/her control and superannuating/ retiring from KVS.

2.b) The authority competent to approve pension, will order to retain an amount equal to 10% of the gratuity subject to the maximum of Rs. 50,000/- (Fifty thousand) from the employee concerned. The amount will be withheld in the form of Security/Caution Deposit. The amount so deducted will be refunded to the retiree within 30 days from date of vacating the quarter after recovery .of all dues of KVS. In case the employee vacates the quarter within the permissible period, in that situation, the employee will be refunded the amount due to him by adding the interest gained by KVS from his/ her gratuity amount.

3.c) This may be circulated among all Kendriya Vidyalayas, with proper acknowledgement, functioning rider your administrative jurisdiction. –

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(Dr.E.Prabhakar)
Joint Commissioner (Pers)

7th Pay Commission: Report to Cabinet submitted; HRA capped at 27%

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7th Pay Commission: Report to Cabinet submitted; HRA capped at 27%

Key Highlights
E-CoS submitted its report on higher allowance under 7th Pay Commission to Union Cabinet

E-CoS recommended HRA slab ranging between 25-27% of the basic pay

Proposal to hike salary likely to be placed in Cabinet by next week

The Empowered Committee of Secretaries (E-CoS) has submitted its report on higher allowances like House Rent Allowance (HRA), Dearness Allowance (DA) and Transport Allowance (TA) under 7th Pay Commission (7th CPC) to Union Cabinet, sources told Alok Priyadarshi.

Not meeting the demand of the central government employees, E-CoS recommended HRA slab ranging between 25%-27% of the basic as against demands of 30%, 20% and 10%.  

7th CPC had recommended house rent allowance (HRA) to be paid at the rate of 24%, 16% and 8% of the new Basic Pay, depending on the type of cities.  

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