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Monday, 12 August 2013

Tamilnadu Government Order 2013 – New Health Insurance Scheme 2012 for the employees of Government Departments and Organisations covered under this Scheme – Additional List of Hospitals

New Health Insurance Scheme 2012 for the employees of Government Departments and Organisations covered under this Scheme- Consolidated List of Hospitals covered under the Scheme based on the recommendations of the Accreditation Committee for empanelment of Hospitals- Notified – Orders Issued.

FINANCE (SALARIES) DEPARTMENT

G.O.Rt.No.680

Dated:29th July, 2013
Vijaya Aandu, Aadi 13,
Thiruvalluvar Aandu 2044

Read:
1. G.O.Ms.No.139 Finance (Sal.) Department, dated, 27.04.2012.
2. G.O.Ms.No.243 Finance (Sal.) Department, dated, 29.06.2012.
3. G.O. Ms.No.309 Finance (Sal.) Department, dated, 14.08.2012.
4. From the Commissioner of Treasuries and Accounts, Lr.Rc.No.33701/2012 NHIS/ dated 23.04.2013, 28.5.2013 & 04.06.2013.

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ORDER: 

In the Government Order first read above, orders have been issued for the implementation of New Health Insurance Scheme 2012 to provide Health Care Assistance to the employees of Government Departments, Public Sector Undertakings, Statutory Boards, Local Bodies, State Government Universities, Willing State Government Organisations/Institutions and their eligible family members with a provision to avail assistance up to Rs.4.00 lakhs (Rupees four lakhs only) for a block of 4 years on selection of a suitable Public Sector Insurance Company through National competitive bidding.

2. In the Government order second read above, the Government has awarded the tender to United India Insurance Company Limited and the said Company has executed an agreement with the Government for the implementation of the New Health Insurance Scheme, 2012.

3. As per the orders issued in the Government order second read above, the additional list of Hospitals covered under the scheme will have to be notified and also hosted on the websites of Government of Tamil Nadu in Finance Department, Treasuries and Accounts Department, United India Insurance Company Limited and Third Party Administrator for reference from time to time.

4. In the Government Order third read above, Government has constituted an Accreditation Committee for empanelment of accredited hospitals and to monitor the quality of treatment consisting of the Commissioner of Treasuries and Accounts, the Director of Medical and Rural Health Services and a representative of the United India Insurance Company Limited.

5. As per the orders issued in para 6 of the Government order third read above, the Accreditation Committee shall submit a report to Government with specific recommendation for accreditation of Hospitals under the New Health Insurance Scheme, 2012 within three months from the date of formation of the Committee.

6. In the letter fourth read above the Commissioner of Treasuries and Accounts has forwarded the recommendations of the Accreditation Committee for empanelment of Hospitals and requested orders at Government level.

7. The Government after careful examination of the recommendations of the Accreditation Committee hereby issues the following orders:

i. The consolidated list of approved hospitals as in Annexure I shall be notified for availing assistance under New Health Insurance Scheme 2012;

ii. The list of hospitals providing cashless assistance since inception of the New Health Insurance Scheme 2012 and which are in the process of signing Memorandum of Understanding shall be notified as in Annexure II.

iii. The list of District wise and other State Co-ordinators and Nodal Officers under New Health Insurance Scheme 2012 shall be notified as in Annexure III.

iv. The list of 21 hospitals as in Annexure IV which were already included in the list of 167 hospitals in the Government order second read above shall be deleted from the list of network hospitals under the New Health Insurance Scheme 2012.

(BY ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR)


K.SHANMUGAM
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT


Original Order & Annexure I for LIST OF APPROVED HOSPITALS UNDER NEW HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME – 2012 :

http://cms.tn.gov.in/sites/default/files/gos/GO%20Rt_680_Salaries_29072013.pdf
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GoM on Workers' Demands

 GoM on Workers' Demands

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment 


07-August-2013
GoM on Workers' Demands

Government has set up a Group of four Ministers led by Shri A.K. Antony to discuss the workers' demands with the United front of trade unions.

Two meetings of the Group of Ministers (GoM) were held on 18.02.2013 and 22.05.2013 in which the ten point Charter of Demand of the trade unions were discussed. The discussions remained inconclusive and it was decided that the issues/demands will be considered by the Group of Ministers themselves before further discussions with the Central Trade Unions representatives. As such, no final recommendation has been given by the GoM.

This information was given by Minister of State for Labour & Employment Shri Kodikunnil Suresh in the Lok Sabha today in reply to a written question.

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PFRDA BILL LISTED IN THE AGENDA OF THE CURRENT SESSION OF THE PARLIAMENT

 PFRDA BILL LISTED IN THE AGENDA OF THE CURRENT SESSION OF THE PARLIAMENT

CONFEDERATION CALLS UPON THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES TO ORGANIZE TWO HOURS WALK-OUT PROGRAMME ON THE DAY WHEN THE BILL IS TAKEN UP FOR DISCUSSION IN PARLIAMENT

As you are aware, Central Government is going ahead with their agenda on pension privatization. The controversial PFRDA Bill (Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority Bill) is listed as an agenda item for the current Parliament session. The bill may be taken up for discussion in Parliament on any day. Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers has opposed the Contributory Pension Scheme and also the PFRDA Bill from the very beginning.

We have conducted so many agitational programmes including strike. The left parties in the parliament have also strongly opposed the Bill. Inspite of the opposition from employees (both Central Government and State Government Employees & Teachers) and also from left political parties, the Central Government is not ready to withdraw the contributory Pension scheme or to scrap the PFRDA Bill.

The National Secretariat of the Confederation has viewed the move of the Government with grave concern and decided to call upon the entirety of the Central Government Employees & Workers to organize mass protest demonstration in front of all offices throughout the country after walking out from offices for two hours, on the day when the bill is taken up for discussion in Parliament or on the next day if information is received late.

All India office bearers, State level COCs and other COCs are requested to make the two hours walk out programme a grand success.





(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General
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Central Government Job Opportunities for 10th Class

 List of Central Government Job Opportunities for 10+2 Qualification

Central Government Jobs Employment News : There are many job opportunities for candidates who have just 10+2 qualification. The following are some of the central government jobs for which an intermediate qualification is asked.


Indian Army

Post: 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme
After selection: Chance to study Tele Communication, Electronics and Mechanical Engineering free of cost. After that you can start your career with Lieutenant Grade.
Notification: released in the months of April and September
Age Limit: 16 ½ to 19 years
Educational Qualifications: 70% with mathematics and Physics
Selection Process: Interview conducted by Service Selection Board
Training: training is given for five years. One year training is conducted in Dehradun and after that four years training is given in Military Engineering College- Pune, Military Telecommunication College- Mhow or Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering - Secundrabad

Post: Soldier (Technical)
Qualification: Intermediate with M.P.C group + Physical standards
Age Limit: 17½ to 23 years
Selection Process: Physical efficiency test -> Written Test -> Medical Test

Post: Clerk, Store Keeper
Qualifications: 10+2 with minimum 50% marks, at least 40% marks in each subject and required physical standards.
Age Limit: 17½ to 23 years
Selection Process: Physical efficiency test -> Written Test -> Medical Test

Post: Nursing Assistant
Qualifications: Intermediate with Bi.P.C Group with 50% marks and 40% marks in each subject. Physical standards required.
Age Limit: 17½ to 23 years
Selection Process: Physical efficiency test -> Written Test -> Medical Test

Website to watch for the above Indian Army Jobs: http://indianarmy.nic.in

Indian Navy

Exam: 10+2 Cadet (B.Tech.) Entry Scheme
Qualifications: 10+ 2 with Maths, Physics and Chemistry with not less than 75% marks. 50% marks in English subject
Age Limit: 17 to 19 ½ years
Selection Process: Interview conducted by Service Selection Board.
Training: candidates qualified can pursue four years B.Tech course in Indian naval academy Ezhimala in kerala. Based on the vacancies and interest one can choose engineering branches like electronics and communication/ mechanical/ naval architect/ marine engineering for the training. The B.Tech degree is awarded by the Delhi Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNTU).

Post: Sailor
Qualifications: Intermediate with Maths, Physics and Chemistry with at least 55% marks.
Pay Scale: Rs.5200 -20200 + with Grade Pay – Rs.2000/- + MSP Rs.2000/- + Ex- Group Pay – Rs.1400/-.
Selection Process: Physical efficiency test -> Written Test -> Medical Test
Website: www.nausena-bharti.nic.in

Post: Senior Secondary Recruiters
Qualifications: 10+ 2 with Maths, Physics and Chemistry
Age Limit: 17 to 21 years
Selection Process: Physical efficiency test -> Written Test -> Medical Test
Website: www.nausena-bharti.nic.in

Course: MBBS
Specialities: candidates who have been selected for this course can do their MBBS without spending a rupee fee, free accommodation and food facilities in the armed forces medical college Pune. After that one can start a career with lieutenant rank in army, navy and air force hospitals as a doctor. Interested candidates can still pursue other PG or super specialty courses in the same college.
Total Seats: 130 (25 seats allotted for female candidates)
Qualifications: 10+2 with Bi.P.C. group with 60% marks. Candidate should score at least 50% marks in each subject.
Age Limit: 17 to 22 years
Selection Process: NEET
Website: http://armedforces.nic.in

Indian Air Force

Post: Group “X” Technical Trade
Qualifications: Intermediate with Maths, Physics and Chemistry with 50% marks in each subject
Age Limit: 17 to 22 years
Selection Process: Physical efficiency test -> Written Test -> Medical Test
Pay Scale: 5500-20200 with Grade Pay- Rs.2000

Post: Group-Y
Qualifications: Intermediate with 50% marks
Age Limit: 17 to 25 years
Selection Process: Physical efficiency test -> Written Test -> Medical Test
Pay Scale: 5500-20200 with Grade Pay- Rs.2000
Website: http://indianairforce.nic.in


Union Public Service Commission

Exam: Special Class Railway Examination
Post: Mechanical Engineer in Railways
Qualifications: Intermediate / 10+2 with 50% marks in Maths, Physics and Chemistry
Age Limit: 17 to 21 years

Conducted by: UPSC
Examination held: July/ August
Selection Process: Written Test
Website: www.upsconline.nic.in
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Staff Selection Commission

Exam: Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination (10+2)
Post: LDC, Stenographer-D, Stenographer-C, Data Entry
Qualifications: Intermediate / 10+2
LDC: Typing @ 30 w.p.m. in English and 25 w.p.m. in Hindi
Stenographer-D: Shorthand @ 80 w.p.m.
Stenographer-C: Shorthand @ 100 w.p.m.

Age Limit: 18 to 27 years
Pay Scale:
LDC: Rs.3050 to 4500
Stenographer-D: Rs.4000 to 6000
Stenographer-C: Rs.5500 to 9000

Selection Process: Written Test -> Skill Test
Notification: Every year
Website: www.ssc.nic.in

APPSC

Post: Group-4
Job: Junior Assistants
Age Limit: 18 to 36 years
Selection Process: Written Test
Website: www.apspsc.gov.in

A.P. Police
Post: Police Constables (A.R, Civil and Communication)
Qualifications: Intermediate
Age Limit: 18 to 23 years
Selection Process: Physical Efficiency Test -> Written Test
Website: http://apstagepolice.org
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Grant of grade pay in promotional hierarchy at the time of 1st/2nd Financial upgradation under MACP Scheme

Grant of grade pay in promotional hierarchy at the time of 1st/2nd Financial upgradation under MACP Scheme

    GOVERNMENT TO GO FOR REVIEW ON HIERACHIAL GRADE PAY?

When all Government Servants are anxiously waiting to hear a decision from the Government in regard to grant of grade pay in promotional hierarchy at the time of 1st/2nd Financial upgradation as per the CAT, Principal Bench Judgement, it is given to understand that the government is opting to go for judicial review.  The government instead of implementing the judgement gracefully, which will benefit the employees in general and particularly the employees at lowest rung.

It is a fact that grant of Hierarchical grade pay is detrimental to the interest of employees.  The Hon’ble CAT has rightly observed and opined that any new scheme brought in place of old one should be beneficial than that that of the existing one.  It is quite unfortunate that that the government, instead of sticking to  its guns, should have implemented the judgement as it benefits the employees at lowest rung.

It is high time that the Confederation of Central Government Employees to take up the issue at appropriate level for implementation.  It is pathetic to note that the confederation is not raising its voice even today on any issue pertaining to LDCs.

No one can deny the fact that injustice took place while framing the Grade Pay structure at lowest rung.  Better late than never.  It is appealed to all  leaders to put their minimum effort in implementing the CAT Judgement which will benefit maximum number of employees.

Source : www.airtvadmin.blogspot.in
[http://airtvadmin.blogspot.in/2013/08/government-to-go-for-review-on.html]
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Dearness allowance as Dearness Pay

Dearness allowance as Dearness Pay
While answering to a question raised by our Hon’ble Member of Rajya Sabha Shri. Sardar Balwinder Singh Bhundar, the Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance (E and FS) Shri.NamoNarain Meena replied in a written form on 7th May, 2013 that the ‘5th Pay Commission had recommended that Dearness Allowance should be converted into Dearness Pay each time the Consumer Price Index increases by 50% over the base index used by the last pay Commission. Accordingly the Government issued orders on 27.02.2004 for merging of 50% of the DA with the basic pay w.e.f.01.04.2004.

The 6th Central Pay Commission had recommended not to merge Dearness Allowance with basic pay at any stage. Government has accepted this recommendation vide Resolution dated 29.08.2008. Hence the question to merge DA with basic pay does not arise. However, the rate of DA is being revised at periodic intervals’.

Source: Expected DA
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