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Journey to Headquarters on LTC – Clarification issued by DoPT

Journey to Headquarters on LTC – Clarification issued by DoPT

No.31011/5/2015-Estt.A-IV
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
Establishment A-IV Desk

North Block New Delhi.
Dated October 31, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Journey to Headquarters on LTC in respect of dependent family members of the Government servant – Clarification reg.

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. No. 31011/14/86- Estt.(A-1V) dated 08.05.1987, which inter alia provides that the Govt. servant and the members of the family may claim LTC independently, however, reimbursement in such cases will be restricted to the actual distance travelled by the family or the distance between the headquarters/place of posting of the Government servant and the place visited/hometown, whichever is less.

2. Restriction of reimbursement to the distance from the Headquarter/place of posting creates an anomalous situation where the Government servant seeks to avail of LTC in respect of members of the family to the Headquarters/place of posting either from the Home town of the Government servant or from anywhere else. For illustration, a dependent child of a Govt. servant (posted in Delhi) staying and pursuing studies in Mumbai may visit a Government servant at his Headquarters/place of posting (i.e. Delhi) on LTC, however, reimbursement in such case shall be admissible for distance between the Headquarters and place of visit (which in this case is Headquarters itself), which shall be NIL in this case.

3. To resolve the issue, the matter has been considered by this Department in consultation with Joint Consultative Machinery – Staff side and Department of Expenditure. It is clarified that full reimbursement as per the entitlement of the Government servant shall be allowed for journey(s) performed on LTC by the family members from any place in India to Headquarters/place of posting of the Government servant and back. When such journey is performed from the Home Town, the LTC shall be counted against ‘Home Town’ LTC and in case the journey is from any other place in India, then it shall be counted against ‘Any place in India’ LTC.

4. The provisions of this OM (para 3) will have prospective effect.

5. Hindi version will follow.

sd/-
(Surya Narayan Jha)
Under Secretary to the Government of India


Authority: www.dopt.gov.in

AICPIN September 2017 : No Impact on DA from Jan 2018

AICPIN September 2017 : No Impact on DA from Jan 2018

The All India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) for the month of September, 2017 remained stationary at 285. There is no impact on the calculation of Expected Dearness Allowance from January 2018 for CG Employees and Pensioners.

No.5/1/2017-CPI
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT
LABOUR BUREAU

`CLEREMONT’, SHIMLA-171004
DATED: 31st October, 2017

Press Release

Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) — September, 2017

The All-India CPI-IW for September, 2017 remained stationary at 285 (two hundred and eighty five). On 1-month percentage change, it remained static between August, 2017 and September, 2017 when compared with the decrease of (-) 0.36 per cent for the corresponding months of last year.

The maximum downward pressure to the change in current index came from Food group contributing (-) 1.26 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Fish Fresh, Onion, Bitter Gourd, Brinjal, Carrot, Gourd, Lady’s Finger, Potato, Tomato, Torai, Cucumber, Apple, Banana, etc. are responsible for the decrease in index. However, this decrease was checked by Rice, Wheat Atta, Arhar Dal, Coconut Oil, Poultry (Chicken), Chillies Green, Cauliflower, Green Coriander Leaves, Peas, Coconut, Bidi, Cigarette, Cooking Gas, Petrol, Tailoring Charges, etc., putting downward pressure on the index.

The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-IW stood at 2.89 per cent for September, 2017 as compared to 2.52 per cent for the previous month and 4.14 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at (+) 1.30 per cent against (+) 1.61 per cent of the previous month and 4.05 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.

At centre level, Tiruchirapally, Varanasi, Lucknow, Quilon and Salem reported the maximum decrease of 4 points each followed by Giridih, Bhilwara, Raniganj, Bengaluru, Faridabad, Vishakhapathnam, Jamshedpur and Haldia (3 points each). Among others, 2 points decrease was observed in 12 centres and 1 point in 18 centres. On the contrary, Tripura recorded a maximum increase of 7 points followed by Bhilai (6 points), Siliguri and Doom-Dooma Tinsukia (5 points each). Among others, 4 points increase was observed in 2 centres, 3 points in 2 centres, 2 points in 4 centres and 1 point in 10 centres. Rest of the 13 centres’ indices remained stationary.

The indices of 44 centres are below All-India Index and 33 centres’ indices are above national average. The index of Tiruchirapally centre remained at par with All-India Index. The next issue of CPI-IW for the month of October, 2017 will be released on Thursday, 30th November, 2017. The same will also be available on the office website WWW. labourbureaunew.gov.in.

sd/-
(AMRIT LAL JANGID)
DEPUTY DIRECTOR

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ISTM Course for Liaison Officers

ISTM Course for Liaison Officers

Training of the Liaison Officers for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/ Person with Disablities and Other Backward Classes- regarding

F.No.36023/1/2017-Estt.(Res.)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
Establishment (Reservation-1) Section

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the October 27, 2017

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Nominations for the training of the Liaison Officers for Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes/ Person with Disablities and Other Backward Classes – regarding

The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s Office Memorandum of even number dated 11.08.2017 on the subject cited above whereby the Ministries/Departments were requested to nominate their Liaison Officers for the above training programmes organised by Institute of Secretariat Training & Management (ISTM) to facilitate them in the performance of their duties.

2. It is stated that the ISTM issues course circulars for all the calendared courses at least 90 days before the commencement of the courses. Online nomination by the interested applicant/ nominees is mandatory in all courses. This is, inter-alia, required for shortlisting of the candidates, issuing automated communications through mail/ SMS of acceptance/ non- acceptance to their personal e-mail address/ mobile, plan logistics, etc.. The link for submission of online application is as under:-

http://www.istm.gov.in/home/online_nomination_form

3. All Ministries/ Departments are, therefore, requested to kindly direct their nominated Liaison Officers to submit their online appiications before the closing date to avoid inconvenience.

sd/-
(Raju Saraswat)
Under Secretary

Authority: http://dopt.gov.in/

Bank Employees Wage Revision Talks with IBA

Bank Employees Wage Revision Talks with IBA

CIRCULAR No. UFBU/2017/22 27.10.2017
TO ALL CONSTITUENT UNIONS/MEMBERS
Dear Comrades,

WAGE REVISION TALKS WITH IBA

Further to the ongoing discussions in the Sub-Committee on non-financial demands, today, a round of discussions with the Full Negotiating Committee of IBA was held in Mumbai.

From the side of IBA, Mr.R.K. Takkar(MD-UCO Bank and Chairman of the Negotiating Committee), Mr.V.G. Kannan(Chief Executive of IBA), Mrs.Usha Ananthasubramaniam(MD-Allahabad Bank), Mr.P.S. Jayakumar(MD-Bank of Baroda), Mr.Shyam Srinivasan(MD-Federal Bank), Mr.Prashant Kumar(DMD-SBI), Mr.B. Rajkumar(Dy.Chief Executive-IBA), Mr.S.K. Kakkar(Sr. Advisor-IBA) and Mr.K.S. Chauhan(Advisor-IBA) were present.

From the side of UFBU, the following representatives were present: Com.C.H. Venkatachalam and Com.Rajen Nagar(AIBEA), Com.D.T. Franco and  Com.Dilip Saha(AIBOC), Com.Sanjeev K. Bandlish and Com.Vinil Saxena(NCBE), Com.S. Nagarajan(AIBOA), Com.C.J. Nandakumar(BEFI), Com.Subhash Sawant(INBEF), Com.K.K. Nair(INBOC), Com.Ramnath Kini(NOBW) and Com.Sunil Deshpande(NOBO).

We submitted the following main issues/points and wanted the response of IBA.
  • Wage revision process should be completed expeditiously
  • More frequent meetings/discussions to be held for this purpose
  • Data regarding establishment expenses, number of employees, etc to be provided
  • Negotiations must cover all Officers upto Scale-VII
  • IBA to make their initial offer on increase in wages
  • Fixing the Price Index upto which DA is to be merged with Basic Pay
  • Discussion on the issues pertaining to retirees viz.100% DA, pension updation, improvement in Family Pension, etc.
  • Introduction of 5 Day Banking i.e. remaining Saturdays also to be holidays.


IBA responded as under:
  • IBA will hold frequent meetings to expedite the process.
  • Data on Establishment Expenses as on 31.03.2017 was provided. Further data would be provided shortly.
  • On the issue of fractured mandate by some Banks, Unions have to take up with the concerned Banks.
  • For officers, Performance related Variable Pay method to be introduced.
  • DA as on 31.10.2016 can be merged with Basic Pay.
  • Issues like 100% DA and updation are subjudice due to litigation.
  • On improvement in Family Pension, the cost aspect is being worked out.
  • For introduction of 5 Day Banking, the matter needs to be taken up with various stake holders including customers and Government, etc. before any decision is taken.

There was a lot of discussion on these issues. From our side, we informed them as under:
  • IBA should commence the meaningful negotiations by making their initial offer on wage increase.
  • Entire exercise should be attempted to be completed before December, 2017.
  • While we shall meet the top management of the concerned Banks on mandate issue, IBA also should also take initiative to resolve the matter as majority of the Banks have given their mandate for negotiations upto Scale-VII Officers.
  • While we are for better performance, efficiency, more productivity, etc., any differentiated wage compensation will result in subjectivity, unilateralism, discrimination and may become demotivating and counter-productive.
  • On DA merger point, Unions will discuss and come back in the next round of talks.
  • On pension related issues, none of the Unions under UFBU have resorted to litigation.
  • On introduction of 5 Day Banking, IBA should take necessary steps from now on.

IBA took note of our views and it was decided to discuss the issues further in the next round of talks which will be held shortly.

With greetings,

Yours comradely,
sd/-
(SANJEEV K.BANDLISH)
CONVENOR

P.S: It has been decided to hold a meeting of the UFBU at Mumbai on 13.11.2017 to take stock of the developments taking place in the banking sector and to further continue our struggle programmes as well as to work out our strategies to clinch an early and satisfactory wage revision.

Source: http://www.befi.in/
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Demonestisation killed 1.5 million jobs – BEFI

Demonestisation killed 1.5 million jobs – BEFI

Organise Protest Against Ill Effects of Demonetisation – Bank Employees Federation of India
Circular No. 29/2017

To all Units, office Bearers, CC & GC Members

14.10.2017

Dear comrades,
Demonestisation killed 1.5 million jobs
Hold demonstration in all State Capitals

Demonestisation of currency notes of Rs. 1000 and Rs. 500 was announced on 8th November 2016 and one year is goint to be completed on 7th November next after the announcement made by the Hon’ble Prime Minister going beyond the provisions of Reserve Bank of India Act.

The annual report published by Reserve Bank of India recently reveals that Rs. 15.28 lakhs crores or 99% of Rs. 15.44 lakhs crores scrapped currency notes came back to the system after demonetization. The annual report also stated that only Rs. 16000 crores of demonetised currency was not deposited with the banks.

While announcing demonetization, Govt. boasted it as a fight against black money, funding for terrorists and counterfeit currency but all have fallen flat, With the 99% of currency notes exchanged legally, the question arises, was the demonetization a scheme designed to convert black money into white.

Demonetisation has claimed lives of more than 100 innocent citizen of our country including more than 10 bank employees and officers. The Government is solely responsible for this loss of lives. But the irony of the thing is that the Central Cabinet in a Press communique stated that there has not been any loss of live due to demonetisation.

The claims pronounced at the time of demonetization having been proved to be a hoax and to divert the attention of the common people from the ill effects of demonetization, the Government has taken the move for digitization of the payment system in the interest of fintech companies like Paytm, jio money etc. Such step will have disastrous effect on our banking system.
As per survey report made by Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) demonetization has killed more than 1.5 million jobs.

Centering round demonetization we organised several programs in the last year. In the backdrop of Government’s move to divert the attention of the people from the damage caused to our economy and the interest of the common people particularly the workface in the informal sector, we feel it duty bound to raise our voice of protest once again against the ill effects of demonetization.

As decided in our last Central Committee meeting held in Delhi, we call upon our units to organise protest demonstrations/rallies/meetings in all State capitals and major centres on a day falling between 8th November to 15th November 2017 as per local convenience.

With greetings,

Yours comradely,
sd/-
(PRADIP BISWAS)
GENERAL SECRETARY

Source: www.befi.in

Press Release regarding Meeting with Hon’ble Defence Minister Smt Nirmala Sitaraman on 04.10.2017

Press Release regarding Meeting with Hon’ble Defence Minister Smt Nirmala Sitaraman on 04.10.2017

Press Release

A meeting of BPMS delegates with Smt. Nirmala Sitaraman – Hon’ble Defence Minister Govt. of India held at Conference Hall of Raksha Mantri on 04/10/2017.
Smt. Nirmala Sitaraman gave patient hearing to the points raised by BPMS. She was appraised about the Core Issues as below which needs consideration of R.M.

1. Recommendations of Shekatkar Committee headed by Lt. General (Retd.) Shri D.B. Shekatkar should be rejected by Govt. of India.
2. One time relaxation from existing ceiling limit of 5% should be granted as was assured by the earlier Raksha Mantri’s Shri Arun Jeitley and Shri Manohar Parrikar.
3. All Vacant posts of Civilliand defence employees working under Army, Navy, Airforce Hqrs, DRDO and OFB (Department of Defence Production) should be filled immediately.
4. The decision of Closure of Military Farms should be reviewed and efforts should be made for revival and strengthening of these Military Farms.
5. The capacity of all the Ordnance Factories should be utilized by giving work-Load to all Ordnance Factories irrespective of any discrimination among the Core and Non-Core Items and all OEF Groups of Factories, Small Arms Group Factory of Bhusawal, Vehicle Factory Jabalpur should be given proper Work-Load.

Raksha Mantri Smt. Nirmala Sitaraman gave a patient hearing to the BPMS Delegation and assured that she will look in to issue raised by BPMS. She also assured that whenever BPMS want to discuss any vital issue BPMS is welcomed.

The BPMS delegation was represented by S/Shri S.N. BATEWE – Patron, Narendra Tiwari – President, M.P. Singh – General Secretary, Mukesh Singh – Dy. Gen Secretary, Quader Subhani – DRDO, Shrinivas – DGQA, G. Thirukumar – Air Hqrs., S.K. Singh – Naval Hqrs, D.S. Upadhyay – Army Hqrs, M.M. Rangadale – Org. Secy. Shri Virendra Sharma – Jt. Secy. and Shri Kunwar Singh.

Resolutions passed in the Central Executive Committee Meeting of BPMS held at Ordnance Factory Medak was also handed over to Hon’ble Raksha Mantri by hand in this meeting.

Source: BPMS

Latest list of CGHS Hospitals in Lucknow

Latest list of CGHS Hospitals in Lucknow

PRESENT STATUS OF HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS (EMPANELLED UNDER CGHS, LUCKNOW WITH REGARDS TO QCI/NABH ACCREDITION W.E.F. 08/09/2017

REVISED w.e.f - 08/09/2017-With EXTENSION

Name of Hospitals
Address and Telephone No.
NABH accredited/Non NABH/QCI
Facilities Empanelled for
Present Status
Ajanta Hospital & IVF Centre Pvt. Ltd.
765,ABC Complex, Kanpur Road, Alambagh, Lucknow-226005 Phone -0522-2462335,2465107
e.mail – dr_khanna@yahoo.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Raj Scanning Ltd.
1, Manas Nagar, Lohia Path, Jiamau Lucknow-226001 Ph-0522-2206981-84
e.mail – lci_lko@rediffmail.com
QCI Approved
Oncology & Imaging
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Aprajita Hospital
B-1/5 & C-1/198, Sector G, Jankipuram Lucknow 226021 Tel.Ph.0522-4016661 e.mail – pkumar6661@gmail.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Shekhar Hospital
B-Block, Church Road, Indira Nagar, Lucknow 226016
Ph.0522-2352352
e.mail – mail@shekharhospital.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
K.K.Hospital
87/88 Naibiullah Road, River Bank Colony Lucknow – 226008
Ph.0522-2231932
e.mail – rama_kkh@rediffmail.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Raj Chandra Hospital & Research. Centre
5546A/256 Damodar Nagar, VIP Road, Alambagh Lucknow-226005
Ph.0522-2465610
e.mail- - drpankajagrawal@hotmail.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Shalimar Hospital & Trauma Centre
A-989, Indira Nagar, Near Shalimar Crossing, Lucknow 226016 Ph. 0522-2810185, 4049544
e.mail – shalimar.hospital@gmail.com
QCI recommendation up to 15/09/2016
General Purpose Hospital
Temporarily suspended
Autar Hospital Diabetic & Trauma Centre
Near Petrol Pump, Talkatora Road, Lucknow
Ph.0522-3248544
e.mail – autarhospital2012@gmail.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
St. Mary’s Polyclinic
Gaurabagh, Gudamba P.O., Kursi Road, Lucknow 226026
Ph.0522-2361794, 9506041334
e.mail – stmaryspolyclinic@gmail.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Javitri Hospital
Raibarelly Road, Telibagh, Lucknow-226002
Ph.0522-2440526
e.mail – info@javitrihospital.co.in
QCI recommendation up to 08/11/2016
General Purpose Hospital
Temporarily suspended
Charak Hospital & Research Centre
Near Safed Masjid Hardoi Road, Dubagga, Lucknow 226003
Ph.0522-2409820, 21,23,24
Email – charakhospital2014@gmail.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Avadh Hospital & Heart Centre
Avadh Hospital Chauraha 9-D, Singar Nagar, Kanpur Road Lucknow226005
Oh.0522-4055222
e.mail – avadhhospital@gmail.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Dr. O.P. Chaudhary Hospital & Research Centre
Chaudhary Vihar, Raebareli Road, Lucknow, 226025, Phone – 0522-6064531-45, E.mail-dropchrc@yahoo.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
RML Mehrora Pathology Pvt. Ltd.
B-171, Nirala Nagar Lucknow-226020
0522-4034100,4077180
e-mail – rmllabs@hotmail.com
NABL
Diagnostic lab and imaging
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Promila Diagnostic Centre
Shanti Complex, near Kukrail Pul, Faizabad Road Lucknow-226016
Phone No.0522-2350654
e.mail – dewa_hospital@yahoo.com
QCI Approved
Diagnostic Lab & Imaging
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Charakdhar Diagnostics Pvt.Ltd.
292/05,Tulsidas Marg, Chowk, Lucknow-226003
Ph.0522-2255386,2254255
e.mail – charak1984@gmail.com
NABL
Diagnostic Lab & Imaging
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Nidan Diagnostic Centre
NH-A, Vivek Khand-2, Gomti Nagar Lucknow-226010
Ph. 0522-4010307
e.mail – mathursk59@gmail.com
QCI Approved
Diagnostic Lab & Imaging
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Dikshit Diagnostic Centre
8/5 Vikas Nagar, Lucknow-226022
Ph.0522-4043111
e.mail – diagnosticdikshit@gmail.com
NABL
Diagnostic & Imaging
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Indira Diagnostic Centre & Blood Bank Ltd.
1st Floor, Indradeep Complex, Sanjai Gandhi Puram, Faizabad Road Lucknow-226016
Oh.0522-6502032
e.mail – sanjeev@chandan.co.in
NABL
Diagnostic & Imaging
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Mohan Micro Biolab & Diagnostic Centre
3/954, Sector-H, Jankipuram, Lucknow226021
Ph.7054303992
e.mail – mmblab@rediffmail.com
QCI Approved
Diagnostic Lab.
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Lucknow Eye Hospital
82/40 Guru Govind Singh Marg, Lalkuan Lucknow-226019
0522-4043272
e-mail – bhartenduzagarwal@yahoo.com
NABH
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Chandra Mother & Eye Care Pvt. Ltd.
TC – 13 V – iii, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow-226010
Ph.0522-2397677,2397757
e.mail – chandrainfo.hr@gmail.com
NABH
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Eye ‘Q’ Vision Pvt. Ltd.
E-2025, Near Dena Bank Rajaji Puram Lucknow-226012
Ph. 0522-4046700
Email – opsmgr.rajajipuram@eyeqindia.com
QCI Approved
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Eye ‘Q’ Vision Pvt. Ltd.
B-60, Near India Overseas Bank, Aliganj Lucknow 226024
Ph.0522-4101710
Email – pandev@eyeqindia.com
QCI Approved
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Eye ‘Q’ Vision Pvt. Ltd.
3/299, Vishal Khand-3, Gomti Nagar Lucknow -226010
Ph-0522-4033000
Email – opsmgr.gomtinagar@eyeqindia.com
QCI Approved
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Abhinav Drishti Eye Hospital
B-719, Sector – C, Mahanagar, Lucknow-226006
Ph.522-2332525, 2335122
e-mail – abhinavdrishiti@gmail.com
QCI Approved
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Sun Eye Hospital & Laser centre Pvt. Ltd.
57-B, Singar Nagar Alambagh Lucknow, 226005
Tel.Ph 0522-4062684
e-mail – suneyehospitallko@gmail.com
NABH
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Muskan Dental Clinic & Tobacco Cessation
NF-13 1st floor Karamat Market Nishat Ganj Lucknow Ph.0522-4077082
e.mail – arshadsiddque09@gmail.com
QCI Approved
Dental Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Dental Land Mark Dental Clinic
UGF-16 CP 1/66 Nishith Plaza, Sec-E, Sitapur Road Yojana, Engineering Collage Chauraha, Jankipuram Lucknow -226021
Ph.9415463416
e.mail – vaibhav.bds@gmail.com
QCI Approved
Dental Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Grover Dental & Medical Centre
A-9/A Nirala Nagar Raidas Mandir Flyover, Lucknow 226020
Ph.0522-2786809
e.mail – groverdentomed@gmail.com
QCI Approved
Dental Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Sri Hari Kamal Netra Neelayam & Laser Centre
C-20 Sec M, Aliganj, Lucknow226022
Ph.0522-4070440
e.mail – drmahealok@rediff.com
QCI Approved
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Divya Jyoti Netralaya Pvt. Ltd.
125,Vishal Khand-2, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow-226010
Ph.0522-4015599, 4004900
e.mail – coodjn@gmail.com
opsmgreh1@divyajyotinetralaya.in
QCI Approved
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
T C Eye Centre
D-5/36 Vinay Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow 226010
Ph. 0522-2393225, 2393547
e.mail – teeye@yahoo.com
QCI Approved
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Dr.Subodh Agrawal Memorial Eye Hospital
3C(A) Tilak Marg Off Rana Pratap Marg Hazarat Ganj Lucknow – 226001
Ph.0522-2202253-54
e.mail – drsameyes@gmail.com
QCI Approved
Eye Care
Empanelled till 16/11/2017
Nova Hospital Ltd.
Vikas Khand 1, Patrakarpuram Crossing, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow – 226010 Ph – No. 0522-2300024-28 e-mail-chandrainfo.hr@gmail.com
QCI Approved
General Purpose Hospital
Empanelled till 16/11/2017

The rates applicable to CGHS Lucknow are 90% of CGHS Delhi rates as available on the CGHS website www.cghs.nic.in

Note:- All the above hospitals and diagnostic centre are instructed to provide the approval from QCI/NABH as soon as possible

sd/- (Dr. Lalta Prasad) 
Additional Director CGHS, Lucknow

Authority: www.cghs.gov.in Click to download pdf : List of HCOs empanelled under CGHS Lucknow as on 8 Sep 2017

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