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Recruitment for apprentices in various OFB’s India

November 3, 2011 Leave a comment
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
ORDNANCE FACTORY BOARD
10-A, S.K. BOSE ROAD
KOLKATA – 700 001

INDUCTION  OF TRADE APPRENTICES FOR TRAINING UNDER THE APPRENTICES ACT’ 1961 AND DISABILITIES ACT’1995 IN  ORDNANCE &  ORDNANCE EQUIPMENT  FACTORIES

On-line’ Application is  invited from Indian Citizen for TRADE APPRENTICESHIP training in Ordnance & Ordnance Equipment Factories for the year 2011-12.Particulars of training and induction process are given below:-


AGE:                        

 1. Between 14 to 22    years – As   on   01-10-2011 
2.  Relaxation in Upper age limit is permitted by –

 (a)   For SC/ST Candidates – 05 (Five) years.

 (b)   For OBC candidates – 03 (Three) years

 (c)   For Physically Handicapped (PH) / Physically Challenged (PC)       Candidates- 10(Ten) years.

             (d)   For ITI Candidates – upper age limit will be relaxed by the period of training already undergone by them in any Institute recognized by NCVT or SCVT, duly covered through Gazette Notification of Ministry of Labour & Employment.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATION:  


1. For non-ITI applicants: – Passed Madhyamik (Class – 10th Standard) or Equivalent Examination with 40% marks in aggregate and 45% marks in each of Mathematics & Science (Physics and Chemistry).

2.  For ITI applicants: – Should be passed out from the ITI, duly recognized by NCVT or SCVT and covered through Gazette Notification of Ministry of Labour & Employment, with minimum two years duration. 

  FACTORY-WISE TRADE- WISE VACANCY:  

(One Candidate is Eligible to apply against one Factory & one Trade only)

Application is to be addressed to the Senior General Manager/ General Manager of any of the following factories, where from the applicant intend for the Trade Apprenticeship training and to appear for the 


Click here to view the list of vacancies available over various OFB’s  in India 
 

Categories: APPRENTICE, DEFENCE, OFB, VACANCY

“Resolve Ex-Servicemen Pension Grievances Quickly”: – A.K. Antony

October 1, 2011 Leave a comment


Antony’s Message to Defence Accounts on Annual Day 


The Defence Minister Shri AK Antony today asked senior Defence Finance officials of his Ministry to consider the satisfaction level of Ex-Servicemen (ESM) pensioners as the benchmark of their performance. Addressing the 264th Annual Day Celebration of the Defence Accounts Department (DAD) here today, Shri Antony pointed out that his office still continues to receive several pension settlement related grievances. 

“True, most of these cases were a baggage from the past as a consequence of Pay Commission recommendations and Cabinet decision on pay and pension hike, yet these needed to be addressed at the shortest possible time,” Shri Antony said. “Ultimately, the taste of the pudding lies in its eating,” he quipped adding that “the veterans deserved their due as they had sacrificed the prime of their life safeguarding our borders.” 

The Defence Minister hoped that the two IT projects ‘Sangam’, for pension payment, and ‘Dolphin’ related to monthly pay system for the Other Ranks (OR) in Army, will facilitate quick disbursal of dues to the serving ORs and ESM. “You must strive to provide enhanced customer satisfaction through hassle-free service and prompt and accurate payment of dues to the soldiers and their dependents.” Project ‘Sangham’ has fulfilled a long-pending demand of our ESM. 

Commending the DAD for launching of its two IT projects – ‘Vishwak’ and ‘Bhawan’, Shri Antony said, “You should strive to utilise this advantage to assist the Services in achieving their goals.” Underlining the need for transparency in accounting procedures, the Defence Minister observed, “In today’s era of globalisation, accountability has acquired new connotations. Accountability is no longer restricted to quantitative techniques and financial inputs and outputs. It has become an integral part of good governance, with several aspects like integrity, transparency, responsiveness and sustainability becoming a part and parcel.” 

On the occasion, the Shri Antony also presented the Raksha Mantri’s Awards for Excellence for the year 2011. The Excellence Award for Software Development was bagged by CGDA (IT Wing Team) headed by Shri S Murali Krishnan, which has developed Project ‘Suvigya’ (Pension inquiry system), Project ‘Aashraya (pension disbursement system) and Project ‘Darpan’ (Defence Accounts Receipts and Payments Analyses). CDA Secunderabad, Secunderabad team headed by Shri Y Rajareddy was awarded the Excellence Award for Project ‘Dophin’, an online PBOR Monthly Pay System. PCDA (Central Command) team headed by Shri HH Mishra also bagged the Excellence Award for launching of Monthly Pay System and its implementation on all Pay Accounts Offices. 

Secretary, Ex-Servicemen Welfare, Shrimati Neelam Nath, Controller General of Defence Accounts (CGDA) Shri Nand Kishore and Additional CGDA Ms UG Antony were among the dignitaries present at the function. 

Sitanshu Kar/PK/NN 
(Release ID :76384)



Source – pib

The Taj Group has revised its special rates for defence personnel.

September 19, 2011 Leave a comment
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The preferential rates are now applicable to Taj Hotels and Resorts located in Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Coimbatore and Chandigarh.

The special rates, benefits, terms and conditions can be accessed by clicking here.


Thanks to Indianmilitary.info

Categories: DEFENCE, personnel

Defence Civilian Medical Aid Fund (DCMAF)

July 25, 2011 Leave a comment

Office of the Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (CC)
Cariappa Road, Lucknow- 226002

IMPORTANT CIRCULAR

No. AN/V/CIRCULAR 
Dated: 06/06/2011

To
The CDA(RTC)
The IFA (CC) Lucknow
All Sub Offices in Main Office Lucknow
MI SAOs/AOs in MO., Lucknow


                                  Sub:- Defence Civilian Medical Aid Fund (DCMAF)

 1.  A copy of HQrs office DO No. AN/VII/7089/DCMAF/11 dated 23.05.2011 for awareness of Defence Civilian Medical Aid Fund (DCMAF),which provides financial assistance to the members in case they or their dependents suffer from certain specified ailments is circulated herewith for further necessary action.

2. Further, the salient features of the DCMAF are enclosed for kind information and for giving wide publicity amongst the Officers and Staff for subscribing to the fund. The Annual/Lifetime membership fee is negligible and is based on the Grade Pay of an employee in a particular Pay Bond.

  3. Receipt of this circular may please be acknowledged.

sd/-
(Sandeep Thakur)
Dy. CDA (AN)

Click here to view the features of DCMAF

Categories: DEFENCE, MEDICAL

Payment of Overtime Allowance in the revised pay to the Defence employees

May 11, 2011 Leave a comment

No.18(5)/2008-D(Civ-II)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence

New Delhi,the 10th May 2011

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Payment of Overtime Allowance in the revised pay to the employees of Defence Industrial Establishments governed by Factories Act,1948.



   Consequent upon revision of pay structure as per the VI CPC recommendations, the matter regarding payment of OTA,as per revised pay to the employees of the Defence Industrial Establishments under Factories Act,1948 has been considered in consultation with the Ministry of Labour & Employment and DOP&T.That Ministry have clarified that OTA is a statutory provision and it would be admissible to the employees covered under the statutory provision of the Factories Act,1948 on the basis of revised wages with effect from the date the wages were revised.


   2.OTA on the basis of revised wages after implementation of VI CPC recommendations, is subject to the conditions stipulated in this Ministry’s O.M No.14(1)/97/D(Civ-II) dated 1st July 1998.


   3.This issues with the concurrence of Defence (Finance/AG/PB)vide their I.D No.133/AG/PB dated 18th April 2011 and after consultation with Ministry of Labour & Employment vide O.M.No.Z-16025/75/2009-ISH-II dated 14-01-2011.

sd/-
(M.S.Sharma)
Under Secretary to the Government of India


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Monetary allowance for gallantry awardees enhanced

April 19, 2011 2 comments

   The Ministry of Defence has enhanced the rates of monthly allowance for gallantry awardees.
The new rates shall be applicable with effect from 30 March 2011.

Following are the enhanced monthly amounts
PVC  Rs 10,000
AC Rs 6,000
MVC Rs 5,000
KC Rs 4,500
VrC Rs 3,500
SC Rs 3,000
SM / NM / VM (G) Rs 1,000

 
The MoD has already forwarded the letter to Services HQrs.

Categories: awards, DEFENCE

vacancies of Part-time Non-official Director in the DPSUs under the administrative control of Department of Defence Production, Ministry of Defence.

December 3, 2010 Leave a comment
 
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Department of Defence Production
Subject:-              Web Notification for the vacancies of Part-time Non-official Director in the DPSUs under the administrative control of  Department of Defence Production, Ministry of Defence.
Department of Defence Production, Ministry of Defence invites applications for the existing vacancy of Part-time Non-official Directors in the following PSU under its administrative control:-

S.No.
Name of the Company
Schedule
Website
No. of Vaca-ncies
Postal Address of the dealing officer in MoD
Tel. Nos.
1.
Hindustan Shipyard Limited, Visakhapatnam
B
01
Shri D.N. Singh, Director(Shipyards), R.No. 130-E, South Block, New Delhi-110 011
2301 2634



2.         ELIGIBILITY:  (In line with Department of Public Enterprises guidelines)
a)  Qualification:        Minimum qualification for part-time non-official Directors would be graduate degree from a recognised University.
b) Experience:            Not less than 10 years at the level of Joint Secretary and above in the Government; CMD/MD in Corporate Sector/PSU; Professor level in an Academic Institution or professionals of repute like eminent Chartered Accountants/Cost Accountants at the level of Directors of Institutes/Heads of Department; persons of eminence with proven track record from Industry, Business or Agriculture.
c) Age:                        The age band should be between 45-65 years(minimum/maximum limit).  This could however, be relaxed for eminent professionals, for reasons to be recorded, being limited to 70 years. 
3.         DURATION OF APPOINTMENT:          
The appointment shall be for a period of 03 years or till further orders. 
4.         PROCEDURE AND PARAMETERS FOR SHORTLISTING THE APPLICANTS AND ARRIVING AT A PANEL OF SUITABLE CANDIDATES
                       
a)         After the prescribed time limit for receipt of the applications is over, the concerned Directors in DDP would scrutinize each of the applications with regards to the eligibility criterion specified by the DPE.
b)         All the eligible applications would be placed before a three member committee headed by Additional Secretary (Defence Production) with Additional Secretary(Defence) and the concerned Joint Secretary in DDP as members.  The Committee would examine the applications DPSU wise and draw up a panel of at least three suitable candidates per vacancy.
c)         While drawing up the panel, the committee will consider the following parameters:
i)                   The experience of the applicant in dealing with industrial undertakings so that he/she is in a position to add value to the DPSU concerned.
ii)                Special consideration may be given to the applicants who have already registered their names on the DPE website and are recipient of National awards.
iii)            The applicants who are more than 65 years or seeking a second term should generally be discouraged.
d)         In case, the Committee does not find suitable candidates from the applications received, it can also ask any person of proven eminence for his/her consent and propose his/her name.
5.         LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS
Interested persons are requested to apply in the format below and submit the same on or before 15.07.2010.
6.         FORMAT FOR APPLICATION
PART-A
 
APPLICATIONS FORM FOR PART TIME NON OFFICIAL DIRECTORS IN THE
 DEFENCE PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENCE PRODUCTION, MINISTRY OF DEFENCE.
1.
Name & Designation of the Applicant(in full) with office address if any:
2.
Date of Birth
3.
Address
4.
  • Telephone Nos.
  • Mobile No.
  • Fax No.
5.
Whether registered with the data bank being maintained by Department of Public Enterprises.


 

7.         Eligibility Criteria:
As per job description
Possessed by the officer
Whether eligible or not
Educational/Professional Qualifications
Age on the date of vacancy
Pay Scale of the post held
8.         Positions held during the preceding ten years:-
S.No.
Designation, and place of posting
Organisation
From
To
Pay scale
1.
2.
3.
9.         Experience:      (Please attach a separate sheet)
           
10.       Whether any punishment awarded to the applicant during the last 10 years and also whether any action or inquiry is going on against him as far as his knowledge goes.
Date:
(Name and Signature of the applicant)
 
 
To be filled by the PSU/Ministry/Department concerned
(In case of serving candidate)
Certified that the particulars(especially w.r.t para 9 above) furnished above by the candidate are found to be correct as per official records.
Signature & Designation of the
Competent Forwarding
Authority with Telephone No. & Office Seal
 


 

PART-B
 
FILLING UP THE POSTS OF NON-OFFICIAL DIRECTORS ON THE BOARDS OF VARIOUS PSUs
 
            I,                                   am willing to join the Board of Directors of M/s—————-, if selected as per the rules and regulations of the Ministry of Defence, Department of Defence Production.
Signature:
Name of the Applicant
Date:
To
Shri/Smt—————–, Director
Department of Defence Production
Ministry of Defence
South Block, New Delhi
PART-C
DECLARATION
 
FOR PART-TIME NON-OFFICIAL DIRECTORS ON THE BOARDS OF PUBLIC SECTOR ENTERPRISES
            I, ———————– S/o —————— and Resident of ———————————————————————————, hereby certify that I have not been disqualified to act as a Director under Section 274 or any other relevant Sections of the Companies Act, 1956.
2.         I also certify that I am not facing any charge of, nor have ever been convicted for, any act of moral turpitude or economic offence.
Signature——————–
Name
Designation/Occupation
Dated the———-of—————-, 2010
Witness:-
1)————————–
Address
2)————————–
Address
To
Shri/Smt—————–, Director
Department of Defence Production
Ministry of Defence
South Block, New Delhi
PART – D
APPOINTMENT OF PART-TIME NON-OFFICIAL DIRECTOR ON
THE BOARD OF ——————-
I,——————–S/o ——————- and Resident of ————————————————————————————hereby declare that there would be no conflict of interest on my appointment on the Board of ———————-.
            I am currently serving on the Board of ——————————-.
Signature:———————–
Name
Date
To
Shri/Smt—————–, Director,
Department of Defence Production,
Ministry of Defence,
Room No.————-
South Block, New Delhi.
 
 


Categories: DEFENCE, VACANCY