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D.A. for Bankers from Nov’10 onwards : View scale wise chart

October 31, 2010 Leave a comment

 
Actual DA for
Revised DA for
Increase in DA
Officers
 
August, Sept, Oct,  2010
Nov, Dec. 2010 & Jan. 2011
 
Stage
Scale
Basic Pay
40.80%
46.20%
5.40%
 
DA Amount Payable
DA Amount Payable
DA Amount Payable
1
I,II,III
14500
5916.00
6699.00
783.00
2
I,II,III
15100
6160.80
6976.20
815.40
3
I,II,III
15700
6405.60
7253.40
847.80
4
I,II,III
16300
6650.40
7530.60
880.20
5
I,II,III
16900
6895.20
7807.80
912.60
6
I,II,III
17500
7140.00
8085.00
945.00
7
I,II,III
18100
7384.80
8362.20
977.40
8
I,II,III
18700
7629.60
8639.40
1009.80
9
I,II,III
19400
7915.20
8962.80
1047.60
10
I,II,III
20100
8200.80
9286.20
1085.40
11
I,II,III
20900
8527.20
9655.80
1128.60
12
I,II,III
21700
8853.60
10025.40
1171.80
13
I,II,III
22500
9180.00
10395.00
1215.00
14
I,II,III
23300
9506.40
10764.60
1258.20
15
I,II,III
24100
9832.80
11134.20
1301.40
16
I,II,III
24900
10159.20
11503.80
1344.60
17
I,II,III
25700
10485.60
11873.40
1387.80
18
I,II,III
26500
10812.00
12243.00
1431.00
19
I,II,III
27300
11138.40
12612.60
1474.20
20
I,II,III
28100
11464.80
12982.20
1517.40
21
I,II,III
28900
11791.20
13351.80
1560.60
22
I,II,III
29700
12117.60
13721.40
1603.80
23
I,II,III
30600
12484.80
14137.20
1652.40
24
I,II,III
31500
12852.00
14553.00
1701.00
25
I,II,III
32400
13219.20
14968.80
1749.60
26
I,II,III
33300
13586.40
15384.60
1798.20
27
I,II,III
34200
13953.60
15800.40
1846.80
28
I,II,III
35100
14320.80
16216.20
1895.40
1
IV
30600
12484.80
14137.20
1652.40
2
IV
31500
12852.00
14553.00
1701.00
3
IV
32400
13219.20
14968.80
1749.60
4
IV
33300
13586.40
15384.60
1798.20
5
IV
34200
13953.60
15800.40
1846.80
6
IV
35200
14361.60
16262.40
1900.80
7
IV
36200
14769.60
16724.40
1954.80
1
V
36200
14769.60
16724.40
1954.80
2
V
37200
15177.60
17186.40
2008.80
3
V
38200
15585.60
17648.40
2062.80
4
V
39300
16034.40
18156.60
2122.20
5
V
40400
16483.20
18664.80
2181.60
1
VI
42000
17136.00
19404.00
2268.00
2
VI
43200
17625.60
19958.40
2332.80
3
VI
44400
18115.20
20512.80
2397.60
4
VI
45600
18604.80
21067.20
2462.40
5
VI
46800
19094.40
21621.60
2527.20
1
VII
46800
19094.40
21621.60
2527.20
2
VII
48100
19624.80
22222.20
2597.40
3
VII
49400
20155.20
22822.80
2667.60
4
VII
50700
20685.60
23423.40
2737.80
5
VII
52000
21216.00
24024.00
2808.00

** The above chart has been given for reference purpose only.  As a matter of caution it is advised that bankers should wait for the actual circulars to be issued by individual banks / IBA for payment of salaries.
 
Source : Allbankingsolution
Categories: BANK, D.A.

D.A. for Bankers from Nov’10 onwards : View scale wise chart

October 31, 2010 Leave a comment
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Timely confirmation in various Central Civil Services- issue of guidelines.

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No.1801/1/12010-Estt. (C)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel. Public Grievances & Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
*************
New Delhi 110001
Dated: August 30,2010
OFFICE MEMORANDUM


SUBJECT: Timely confirmation in various Central Civil Services- issue of guidelines.
The undersigned is directed to say that the Supreme Court in its judgement on 8.7.2010 in civil appeal No.596 of 2007 (appeal of Khazia Mohameed Muzammil v/s State of Karnataka & Anr.) examined the contention of automatic/deemed confirmation after the expiry of the probation period. After examining the various judgements, the Apex Court were of the considered opinion as to what view has to be taken would depend upon the facts of a given case and the relevant ruler in force.

2. In para 22 of the judgement, the Apex Court observed as follows:-

“Before we part with this file, it is required of this Court to notice and declare that the concerned authorities have failed to act expeditiously and in accordance with the spirit of the relevant rules. Rule 5(2)of 1977 Rules has used the expression ‘as soon as possible’ which clearly shows the intent of the rule framers explicitly implying urgency and in any case applicability of the concept of reasonable time which would help in minimizing the litigation arising from such similar cases. May be, strictly speaking, this may not be true in the case of the appellant but generally every step should be taken which would avoid bias or arbitrariness in administrative matters. no matter, which is the authority concerned including the High Court itself. Long back in the case of Shiv Kumar Sharma v/s Haryana State Electricity Board(1988) Supp. SCC 669] this Court had the occasion to notice that due to delay in recording satisfactory completion of probation period where juniors were promoted, the action of the authority was arbitrary and it resulted in infliction of even double punishment. The Court held as under:

‘While there is some necessity for appointing a person in government service on probation for a particular period, there may not be any need for confirmation of that officer after the completion of the probation period. If during the period a government servant is found to be unsuitable, his services may be terminated. On the other hand. if he is found to be suitable, he would be allowed to continue in service. The archaic rule of confirmation, still in force, gives a scope to the executive authorities to act arbitrarily or malafide giving rise to unnecessary litigations. It is high time that the Government and other authorities should think over the matter and relieve the government servants of becoming victims of arbitrary actions.’

We reiterate this principle with respect and approval and hope that all the authorities concerned should take care that timely actions are taken in comity to the Rules governing the service and every attempt is made to avoid prejudicial results against the employee/probationer. It is expected of the Courts to pass orders which would help in minimizing the litigation arising from such similar cases. Timely action by the authority concerned would ensure implementation of rule of fair play on the one hand and serve greater ends of justice on the other. It would also boost the element of greater understanding and improving the employer employee relationship in all branches of the States and its instrumentalities.”

3. In this Ministry’s O.M.No.I8011/186-Estt(D) dated 28.3.1988 (copy enclosed), instructions have already been issued to the effect that confirmation will be made only once in service in the entry grade, but for some exceptions specified therein. Instructions on timely action to confirm or extend the probation have also been issued vide O.M. No.18011/2/98-Estt.(C) dated 28.8.1998. Seniority has also been delinked from confirmation in the O.M.No.20011/5/90-Estt.(D) dated 4.11.92.

4. The above directions of the Apex Court are brought to the notice of all Ministries/Departments for ensuring compliance of the above instructions.

s/d
(Mamta Kundra)
Joint Secretary to the Govt. of India


Categories: CCS RULES

Timely confirmation in various Central Civil Services- issue of guidelines.

October 31, 2010 Leave a comment
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Military Doctors and Civil Medical Experts Discuss Hospital Waste Management Issues at Conference

October 30, 2010 Leave a comment
   A two-day annual conference on hospital waste management organised jointly by Indian Society of Hospital Waste Management (ISHWM) and Department of Health Services, Govt of NCT of Delhi, was inaugurated by Delhi Lieutenant Governor Shri Tejendra Khanna at India Habitat Centre, today.

    The conference was attended by WHO Representative Designate to India Dr Nata Menabde, Director General (Organisation & Planning), Armed Forces Medical Services Air Mshl DP Joshi, DG Railway Health Services, senior medical and dental professionals, nursing officers and prominent doctors from hospitals and nursing homes in Delhi and other places in India and abroad.

    ISHWM is a scientific society actively engaged in bringing about greater awareness among the doctors, health care works, nurses, paramedics and hospital administrators on safe and effective bio-medical waste management and safe disposal.

    The Key note address was delivered by Joint Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forests Shri Rajiv Gauba. In his Presidential address, Chairman Air Marshal LK Verma highlighted the importance of effective management of the hospital waste to minimise risk of infection and enhance safety to the healthcare works and waste handlers from infectious diseases such as HIV, and Hepatitis group of diseases.
 
Source – PIB 

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Military Doctors and Civil Medical Experts Discuss Hospital Waste Management Issues at Conference

October 30, 2010 Leave a comment
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Railways to Sign MoU with NTPC for Joint Venture Captive Power Plant at Adra in West Bengal Tomorrow

October 30, 2010 Leave a comment
    In a major initiative, the Ministry of Railways takes a step forward in augmenting its own internal power generation to meet its electricity requirements when it is going to sign an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), a PSU under the Ministry of Power, Government of India for a Joint Venture captive power plant at Adra in West Bengal on tomorrow i.e. 31st October 2010. The Adra power plant will have capacity of 1320 MW (2 units of 660 MW, super critical units). This power plant will employ super critical technology which is more environment friendly. The MoU will be signed at a function to be held at Anara near Adra (Purulia District, West Bengal) between the Railways and NTPC in the presence of the Union Minister of Railways, Mamata Banerjee.

    The Minister of States for Rural Development Shri Sisir Kumar Adhikari, Government of India and the Minister of State for Shipping, Government of India, Shri Mukul Roy will also be present on the occasion. Especially present on the occasion among others will be, Member Electrical Railway Board Shri Sudesh Kumar, Member Mechanical, Railway Board, Shri Sanjiv Handa, Member Engineering, Railways Board and General Manager, South Eastern Railway, Shri A.P.Mishra and Chairman cum Managing Director, NTPC, Shri Arup Roy Choudhury.

    In the same function, the Minister of Railways, Mamata Banerjee will also lay the foundation stone for Coach Mid-Life Rehabilitation (MLR) workshop. This will be the second such factory in the Indian Railways after Bhopal. Mid-Life Rehabilitation of coaches breathes life into old coaches and contributes immensely to improve not only their residual service life but also rejuvenate the interiors. The workshop’s output will result in greater availability of coaches.

    The peak power requirement of Railways at present is about 3500 MW and likely to go upto 4500 MW by the end of XII year plant. Railways draws its power from state distribution utilities. Railways own captive power plant will help provide power in a more reliable, cost effective, uninterrupted and at economical manner. The electricity generated by Railways’ own plants will turn out to be cheaper than the power provided by state electricity boards to Railways.

    Earlier, Railways and NTPC jointly set up 1000 MW thermal power plant at Nabinagar in Bihar which is presently under implementation stage. In addition, Railways has already made operational a 10.5 MW Wind Energy plant at Tirunelveli in Tamil Nadu. 

Source – PIB

Categories: RAILWAY