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Monday, February 18, 2019

Nobel Laureates :INDIA

Amartya Sen (b-1933): Prof. Amartya Sen is the recipient of the Nobel Prize for Economics for the year 1998, becoming the first Asian to have been honoured with the award. The Santiniketanborn economist who is a pioneer in Welfare Economics has to his credit several books and papers on aspects of welfare and development. An economist with a difference, Prof. Sen is a humanist. He has distinguished himself with his outstanding writings on famine, poverty, democracy, gender and social issues. The 'impossibility theorem' suggested earlier by Kenneth Arrow states that it was not possible to aggregate individual choices into a satisfactory choice for society as a whole. Prof. Sen showed mathematically that societies could find ways to alleviate such a poor outcome.
Subramanian Chandrashekhar (1910-1995): The Nobel Prize for Physics in 1983 was awarded to Dr S. Chandrashekhar, an Indian-born astrophysicist. Educated in Presidency College, Chennai, Dr Chandrashekhar happened to be the nephew of his Nobel forbear, Sir C.V. Raman. He later migrated to the United States where he authored several books on Astrophysics and Stellar Dynamics. He developed a theory on white dwarf stars which posts a limit of mass of dwarf stars known also as Chandrashekhar Limit. His theory explains the final stages of stellar evolution.
Mother Teresa (1910-1997): The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Mother Teresa in 1979. Albanian parentage, Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu was born at Skopje, now in Yogoslavia. She joined the Irish order of the Sisters of Loretto at Dublin in 1928 and came to Kolkata in 1929 as a missionary, only to find the misery of the abandoned and the destitute. Concern for the poor and the sick prompted her to found a new congregation, Missionaries of Charity. Having become an Indian citizen, Mother Teresa served the cause of dying destitutes, lepers and drug addicts, through Nirmal Hriday (meaning Pure Heart), the main centre of her activity. Her selfless service and unique devotion, not only to helpless fellow-Indians but also to the cause of world peace, earned her and India the first Nobel Peace Prize.
Hargobind Khorana (1922-2011): Hargobind Khorana was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1968. Of Indian origin, Dr Khorana was born in Raipur, Punjab (now in Pakistan). He took his doctoral degree in Chemistry from Liverpool University and joined the University of Wisconsin as a Faculty Member in 1960. His major breakthrough in the field of Medicine -interpreting the genetic code and analysing its function in protein synthesis- fetched him the Nobel Prize.
Chandrashekhar Venkataraman (1888-1970): India's first Nobel Prize for Physics was claimed in 1930 by the renowned physicist Sir C.V. Raman. Born at Thiruvanaikkaval near Tiruchirapalli in Tamilnadu, Raman studied at Presidency College, Chennai. Later, he served as Professor of Physics at Calcutta University. Recipient of many honours and awards, including the title of 'Sir', Sir C.V. Raman received the Nobel Prize for an important optics research, in which he discovered that diffused light contained rays of other wavelengths-what is now popularly known as Raman Effect. His theory discovered in 1928 explains the change in the frequency of light passing through a transparent medium.
Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941): Rabindranath Tagore was the first Indian ever to receive a Nobel Prize. Popularly known as Gurudev, India's Poet Laureate Tagore was born on 7th May 1861, in Kolkata. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in recognition of his work Geetanjali, a collection of poems, in 1913. Tagore wrote many love lyrics. Geetanjali and Sadhana are among his important works. The poet, dramatist and novelist is also the author of India's National Anthem. In 1901 he founded the famous Santiniketan which later came to be known as Vishwabharati University.

Prime Ministers of India

Prime Ministers of India
Name
Tenure
Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964)
August 15, 1947 - May 27, 1964
Gulzari Lal Nanda (1898-1997) (Acting)
May 27, 1964 - June 9, 1964
Lal Bahadur Shastri (1904-1966)
June 09, 1964 - January 11, 1966
Gulzari Lal Nanda (1898-1997) (Acting)
January 11, 1966 - January 24, 1966
Indira Gandhi (1917-1984)
January 24, 1966 - March 24, 1977
Morarji Desai (1896-1995)
March 24, 1977 - July 28, 1979
Charan Singh (1902-1987)
July 28, 1979 - January14 , 1980
Indira Gandhi (1917-1984)
January 14, 1980 - October 31 , 1984
Rajiv Gandhi (1944-1991)
October 31, 1984 - December 01, 1989
Vishwanath Pratap Singh (1931-2008)
December 02, 1989 - November 10, 1990
Chandra Shekhar (1927-2007)
November 10, 1990 - June 21, 1991
P.V. Narasimha Rao (1921-2004)
June 21, 1991 - May 16, 1996
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (1926-2018)
May 16, 1996 - June 01, 1996
H.D. Deve Gowda (B-1933)
June 01, 1996 - April 21, 1997
I.K. Gujral (1933 -2012)
April 21, 1997 - March 18, 1998
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (1926-2018)
March 19, 1998 - October 13, 1999
Atal Bihari Vajpayee (1926-2018)
October 13, 1999 - May 22, 2004
Dr. Manmohan Singh (B-1932)
May 22, 2004 - May 26, 2014
Narendra Modi (B-1950)
May 26, 2014 - Incumbent

PATERNITY LEAVE FOR CHILD ADOPTION/CHILD ADOPTION LEAVE

How is a child defined for the purpose of grant of Paternity Leave

PATERNITY LEAVE FOR CHILD ADOPTION/CHILD ADOPTION LEAVE

How is a child defined for the purpose of grant of Paternity Leave for Child Adoption/Child Adoption Leave

As per notes below rules 43AA and 43B “Child” for the purpose will include a child taken as ward by the Government servant, under the Guardians and Wards Act, 1890 or the personal law applicable to that Government servant, provided such a ward lives with the Government servant and is treated as a member of the family and provided such Government servant has, through a special will, conferred upon that ward the same status as that of a natural born child’.

CHILD CARE LEAVE

1. Whether women employees of Public Sector undertakings/Bodies etc. are entitled to CCL?

Orders issued by DOPT are not automatically applicable to the employees of Central Public Sector Undertakings/ Autonomous Bodies, Banks, etc. It is for the PSUs/ Autonomous Bodies to decide the applicability of the rules/instructions issued for the central Government employees to their employees in consultation with their Administrative Ministries.

2. Whether Govt. servant can be permitted to leave station/go abroad while on CCL?

Child care leave is granted to a woman employee to take care of the needs of the minor children. If the child is studying abroad or the Government servant has to go abroad for taking care of the child she may do so subject to other conditions laid down for this purpose.

3. What is the intention behind the instruction that CCL is to be treated like EL and sanctioned as such?

The intention is that CCL should be availed with prior approval of leave sanctioning authority and that the combination of CCL with other leave, if any, should be as per the restriction on EL.’ The restriction of the limit of 180 days at a stretch as applicable in the case of EL will not apply in case of CCL. The other conditions like CCL may not be granted for less than 15 days or in more than 3 spells etc., will apply. {Rule 43-C)

4. Whether child care leave has been extended to female industrial employees?

Child Care leave has been extended to all civilian female industrial employees covered by the CCS(Leave) Rules, 1972 subject to the conditions provided in rule 43-C of the CCS(Leave) Rules, 1972, as amended from time to time.{OM No.12012/2/2009-Estt.(L) dated 01-08-2012)

Commuted Leave

1. Whether commuted leave is admissible based on medical certificates of Hospitals/Medical Practitioner approved by the employer of the spouse in cases where the concerned employee has been allowed to avail such facilities from the employer of the spouse?

Leave on medical grounds may be allowed on the basis of certificates issued by Hospitals/Medical Practitioners approved by the employer of the spouse in such cases.

Employment News : 16-Feb-2019 to 22-Feb-2019

JOB HIGHLIGHTS

Steel Authority of India Ltd.
Name Of Post : Operator-Cum-Technicians Trainee Operator- Cum-Technicians etc.
No.of Vacancies : 275
Last Date :18.02.2019
 
Banaras Hindu University
Name Of Post : Various Teaching and Non- Teaching Posts
No.of Vacancies : 1268
Last Date :25.02.2019
 
All India Institute Medical Sciences Bhubaneswar
Name Of Post : Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors etc.
No.of Vacancies : 125
Last Date :17.03.2019
 
Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board
Name Of Post : Assistant Engineer and Junior Engineers
No.of Vacancies : 264
Last Date :01.03.2019
 
All India Institute Medical Sciences, Bhubaneshwar
Name Of Post : Professor, Associate , Professor and Associate Professor etc.
No.of Vacancies : 101
Last Date :10.03.2019
 
Directorate General Border Security Force
Name Of Post : Constable (Tradesmen)
No.of Vacancies : 1763
Last Date :03.03.2019

Sunday, February 17, 2019

MCQ FOR IPO EXAM (RTI)

Railway Board: Revision of pension w.e.f. 01.01.2006 of Pre-2006 pensioners retired from Rs. 6500-10500/- (5th CPC Scale)

Railway Board:  Revision of pension w.e.f. 01.01.2006 of Pre-2006 pensioners retired from Rs. 6500-10500/- (5th CPC Scale)  RBE No. 17/2019

RBE No. 17/2019

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (BHARAT SARKAR)
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (RAIL MANTRALAYA)
(RAILWAY BOARD)

No. F(E .(E)II1/2008/PN1/12
New Delhi, Dated :04.02.2019
The GMs/Principal Financial Advisors,
All Zonal Railways/Production Units,
(As per mailing list)
Subject: Revision of pension w.e.f. 01.01.2006 of Pre-2006 pensioners who retired from the 5th cpc scale of Rs/- 6500-10500/- regarding.
A copy of Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare (DOP&PW's) O.M No. 38/33/12-P&PW(A) dated 4th January, 2019 on the above subject is enclosed for information and compliance. These instructions shall apply mutatis mutandis on the Railways also. CCS (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008, correspond to Railway Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 9008. The Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure’s O.Ms No. 1/1/2008-IC dated 30.08.2008 and 43.11.2009, mentioned in the DOP&PW's O.M. dated 04.01.2019, have been adopted on Railways vide this office's latter No. PC-VI/2008//RSRP/1 dated 11 09.2008 and PC-VI/2009/I/RSRP/8 dated 22.12.2009 respectively.

2. The Railway Board's instructions corresponding to the DOP&PW's instructions referred to in their aforesaid O.M. dated 04" January, 2019 are given under:-

DOP&PW’s instructions | Railway Board’s corresponding instructions.
O.M. No. 38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 01.09.2008 | Letter No. F(E)II/2008/PN1/12 date 08.09.2008
O.M. No. 38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 28.01.2013 | Letter No. F(E)III/2008/PN1/12 dated 11.02.2013
O.M. No. 38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 30.07.2015 | Letter No. F(E)INI/2008/PN1/12 dated 31.07.2015
(G. Priya Sudarsani)
Director, Finance (Estt.),
Railway Board.

D.A.: as above

[http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/railwayboard/uploads/directorate/finance/FE-III/2019/25_01_2019.pdf]

Family Pension to family to missing employees covered under NPS: CPAO Order dated 13.02.2019

Family Pension to family to missing employees covered under NPS: CPAO Order dated 13.02.2019

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
DEPARTMENT OF EXPENDITURE
CENTRAL PENSION ACCOUNTING OFFICE
3/5 TRIKOOT-II, BHIKAJI CAMA PLACE,
NEW DELHI-110066

CPAO/IT & Tech/NPS Procedure/22(Vol-II)/2018-19/2)
13.02.2019

Office Memorandum


Sub:- Extension of provisions of OM No.38/41/06-P&PW (A), dated 05.05.2009 for family pension to family to missing employees covered under NPS.

Attention is invited to Deptt. of Pensions & Pensioners Welfare OM No.1/24/2018-P&PW (E) dated 01.01.2019 (copy enclosed) wherein it is mentioned that the department is in the process of framing separate service rules for regulating the pensionary benefits. The question of extension of pensionary benefits to the families of missing NPS employees will be considered based on the NPS rules being finalized by DP&PW. This is for your kind information.

Encl:-As above

Sd/-
(Md. Shahid Kamal Ansari)
(Asstt. Controller of Accounts)

To,
1. Pr. CCAs/CCAs/CAs/AGs/Administrators of UTs.

Copy to:-
i) Sr.PS to CGA, O/o the CGA, Mahalekha Niyantrak Bhawan, E-Block, General Pool Office (GPO) Complex, INA, New Delhi.
ii) PS to Addl. CGA, Mahalekha Niyantrak Bhawan, E-Block, General Pool Office (GPO) Complex, INA, New Delhi.
iii) PS to CC (P), CPAO, New Delhi


iv) The Director, DP&PW, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market, New Delhi - 110003.
v) The Dy. CGA(TA), Mahalekha Niyantrak Bhawan,E-Block, GPO Complex, INA, New Delhi-110023
vi) Sr. TD(NIC), CPAO, New Delhi
vii) Sr. AOs (CDN, NPS & IAW )

doppw-om-1-24-2018-ppw-e-dated-01-01-2019


Source: Click here to view/download the PDF
https://cpao.nic.in/pdf/CPAO_Tech_NPS_2018-19_215.pdf

Saturday, February 16, 2019

Regulation of LTC claims when portion of journey are performed by private transport- Regd


To view Dte' letter dated 15.02.2019 , please Click here

Friday, February 15, 2019

Payment of Honorarium to the official who have worked on 13 & 14/11/2016 during demonitization period - TN Circle Order

Clarification on Marketing (Sales) and Incentive Structure of PLI RPLI - Directorate PLI

Clarification on Marketing (Sales) and Incentive Structure of PLI RPLI - Directorate PLI

How is a child defined for the purpose of grant of Paternity Leave

How is a child defined for the purpose of grant of Paternity Leave

PATERNITY LEAVE FOR CHILD ADOPTION/CHILD ADOPTION LEAVE

How is a child defined for the purpose of grant of Paternity Leave for Child Adoption/Child Adoption Leave

As per notes below rules 43AA and 43B “Child” for the purpose will include a child taken as ward by the Government servant, under the Guardians and Wards Act, 1890 or the personal law applicable to that Government servant, provided such a ward lives with the Government servant and is treated as a member of the family and provided such Government servant has, through a special will, conferred upon that ward the same status as that of a natural born child’.

CHILD CARE LEAVE

1. Whether women employees of Public Sector undertakings/Bodies etc. are entitled to CCL?

Orders issued by DOPT are not automatically applicable to the employees of Central Public Sector Undertakings/ Autonomous Bodies, Banks, etc. It is for the PSUs/ Autonomous Bodies to decide the applicability of the rules/instructions issued for the central Government employees to their employees in consultation with their Administrative Ministries.

2. Whether Govt. servant can be permitted to leave station/go abroad while on CCL?

Child care leave is granted to a woman employee to take care of the needs of the minor children. If the child is studying abroad or the Government servant has to go abroad for taking care of the child she may do so subject to other conditions laid down for this purpose.

3. What is the intention behind the instruction that CCL is to be treated like EL and sanctioned as such?

The intention is that CCL should be availed with prior approval of leave sanctioning authority and that the combination of CCL with other leave, if any, should be as per the restriction on EL.’ The restriction of the limit of 180 days at a stretch as applicable in the case of EL will not apply in case of CCL. The other conditions like CCL may not be granted for less than 15 days or in more than 3 spells etc., will apply. {Rule 43-C)

4. Whether child care leave has been extended to female industrial employees?

Child Care leave has been extended to all civilian female industrial employees covered by the CCS(Leave) Rules, 1972 subject to the conditions provided in rule 43-C of the CCS(Leave) Rules, 1972, as amended from time to time.{OM No.12012/2/2009-Estt.(L) dated 01-08-2012)

Commuted Leave

1. Whether commuted leave is admissible based on medical certificates of Hospitals/Medical Practitioner approved by the employer of the spouse in cases where the concerned employee has been allowed to avail such facilities from the employer of the spouse?

Leave on medical grounds may be allowed on the basis of certificates issued by Hospitals/Medical Practitioners approved by the employer of the spouse in such cases.

Revision of pension w.e.f. 01.01.2006 of Pre-2006 pension who retired from the 5th CPC scale of Rs.6500-10500/-

Revision of pension w.e.f. 01.01.2006 of Pre-2006 pension who retired from the 5th CPC scale of Rs.6500-10500/-