Friday, April 20, 2018

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Revision of the rates of 7th pay commission Night Duty Allowance (NDA) -NFIR

N F I R
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
3, Chelmsford Road,
New Delhi – 110055

Affiliated to :
Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
International Transport Workers Federation (ITF)

No. I/5(E)
Dated: 11/04/2018

The Secretary (E),
Railway Board,
New Delhi

Dear Sir,

Sub: Revision of the rates of Night Duty Allowance (NDA) — Implementation of recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission-reg.

Ref: (i) Railway Board’s letter No. E(P&A)II-2008/HW-2 dated 16/12/2008 (RBE No. 199/2008).
(ii) Railway Board’s letter No. E(P&A)II-2016/HW-1 dated 09/06/2016 (RBE No. 61/2016).
(iii) Railway Board’s letter No. PC-VI/2008/1/7/2/1 dated 17/11/2017 (RBE No. 169/2017).
(iv) Railway Board’s letter No. E(P&A)II-2017/HW-1 dated 08/03/2018 (RBE No. 36/2018).

Railway Board’s kind attention is invited to the instructions issued vide Board’s letter dated 08/03/2018 revising the rates of Night Duty Allowance w.e.f. 01st July, 2017 pursuant to acceptance of the recommendations of 7th CPC.

In this connection, Federation brings to the notice of Railway Board that the rates of Night Duty Allowance were revised in the past vide Board’s letter dated 16/12/2008 (RBE No. 199/2008) pursuant to acceptance of 6th CPC recommendations. These rates of Night Duty Allowance have been revised consequent to sanction of instalments of Dearness Allowance from time to time and last revision has been done vide Board’s letter No. E(P&A)II-2016/HW-1 dated 09/06/2016 (RBE No. 61/2016).

Federation is constrained to bring to the notice of Railway Board that subsequent to the instructions issued vide Board’s letter dated 09/06/2016, the Railway Board vide letter No. PC-VI/2008/1/7/2/1 dated 14/12/2016 (RBE No. 150/2016) issued instructions for enhancement of Dearness Allowance admissible to the Railway employees from 125% to 132% w.e.f. 01/07/2016 and thereafter from 132% to 136% w.e.f. 01/01/2017 (Board’s letter No. PC¬VI/2008/1/7/2/1 dated 17/11/2017 (RBE No. 169/2017). But, however, the Railway Board have not issued corresponding instructions consequent to sanction of instalments of Dearness Allowance w.e.f. 01/07/2016 and 01/01/2017, revising the rates of Night Duty Allowance upwardly and have surprisingly issued orders vide letter dated 08/03/2018 revising the rate of NDA from 1st July, 2017. With this erroneous action of the Railway Board, the Railway staff entitled to receive the Night Duty Allowance have been put to financial loss.

NFIR, therefore, urges upon the Railway Board to review and issue instructions duly revising the rates of Night Duty Allowance w.e.f. 01/07/2016 and 01/01/2017 on the basis of grant of instalments of Dearness Allowance and further take action, for enhancing the NDA rates with effect from July 1, 2017. The Federation further states that with the revision with effect from 01/07/2016 and again with effect from 01/01/2017, the staff are required to be paid arrears of revised NDA rates.

A copy of the instruction issued may be endorsed to the Federation.

Yours faithfully,
(Dr. M. Raghavaiah)
General Secretary

Source:NFIR
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Grant of financial upgradation under ACP/ MACP Scheme and Non Functional Grade to Pharmacists.

Circular - 03

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL CONTROLLER OF ACCOUNTS (FYS)
PAY TECH SECTION
10-A, S.K. BOSE ROAD, KOLKATA: 700001

No: Pay/Tech-I/01(6th CPC) Pharmacist
Dated: 13/04/2018

To

All CFAs / Br. AOs

Subject: Grant of financial upgradation under ACP/MACP Scheme and Non Functional Grade to Pharmacists.

The issue of grant of ACP/MACP to Pharmacists on acceptance of Fast Track Committee Report, the Government of India, vide Min of Fin, Deptt of Expenditure F. No. 1/1/2008-IC dated 18.11.2009 was referred to our HQrs office for clarifications on the following points.
(i) Whether the pharmacists (GP Rs2800/-) who have already been granted higher scale/GP (GP 4200/-) by virtue of ACP or otherwise prior to effective date of OM dated 18.11.2009 are again to be allowed Non Functional Upgradation (GP 4200/-) under the above provisions.

(ii) Further, doubt has been raised regarding mode of fixation of pay while on granting ACP after NFU, as in the case of Pharmacists, the scale/GP granted on account of NFU and the standard/common pay scales applicable for ACP in terms of Annexure-II are same and identical i.e. GP of Rs.4200/- in the PB-2.

In this regard a copy of CGDA No-AT/Il/2458-XXIII, dated 01/03/2018 received in this office clarifying the above points is forwarded herewith for information and necessary guidelines.
Sd/-
ACA (Fys)

Office of the Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt-11001

No. AT/II/2458-XXIII
Dated: 01 Mar 2018

To
The PCA (Fys)
Kolkata

Subject: Grant of financial upgradation under ACP/ MACP Scheme and Non Functional Grade to Pharmacists.

Reference: Your office letter No Pay/Tech-I/01 (6th CPC) Pharmacist dated 12-01-2017, 20-02-2017 and 14-09-2017.

The issue of grant of ACP/MACP to Pharmacists referred to HQrs Office vide your office letter dated 12-01-2017 has been examined in consultation with other PCsDA/CSDA. As regard to the first point of doubt referred by your office, it is viewed that grant of NFU (in the grade pay of Rs 4200/-) to the pharmacists who have already been granted GP of Rs 4200/- by virtue of ACP or otherwise as on 01-
01-2006 does not appear to be in tune with or supported by the orders regulating the grant of NFU.

2. Further, regarding second doubt raised by your office it is stated that the clarification given at S] No 2 of DOPT OM No 35()34/1/97-Estt (D) (Vol-IV) dated 10-02-2000 clearly stipulates that in cases where pay scale given as selection grade/in-situ promotion is not a part of hierarchy, the pay scale granted by virtue of selection grade/in-situ promotion may be treated to have withdrawn on grant of ACP. In View of the provisions ibid it is viewed that the pay scale/ grade pay of Rs 4200/- granted by virtue of NFU in the cases of pharmacists which is not a part of hierarchy may be treated to have withdrawn on grant of ACP.

This has the aproval of Addl CGDA (PP&W).

Sd/-
(V K Purohit)
for CGDA

Source:http://pcafys.nic.in/files/Grant16418.pdf

Thursday, April 19, 2018

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Reimbursement of Children Education Allowance for 2017-18

Total Amount of Reimbursement of Children Education Allowance for 2017-18 can be claimed unto Rs. 24750 /- Per Child. For two children Reimbursement can be made up to 49,500/-

For the First quarter i.e from April 2017 to June 2017 , CEA can be claimed at the rate of Rs.1500/- per Month. Bills/Receipts are required to be submitted for this claim.

From July 2017 to March 2018 , reimbursement will be made at the rate of Rs.2250 per month and no need to submit receipts / bills for this claim.

Source:confederation
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GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION OF CHILDREN EDUCATION ALLOWANCE CLAIM

1. CEA rate from Apr 17 to Jun 17 is Rs 1500/- PM (required to submit School fees receipt and bills).

2. CEA rate from Jul 17 to Mar 18 is Rs 2250/- PM (Fixed amount no need to submit receipts / bills).

3. For Hostel Subsidy the rate is Rs 6750/- PM w.e.f. 01 Jul 17.

4. CEA for Specially abled Children is Rs 4500/- PM w.e.f. 01 Jul 17.

5. For claiming CEA submit a certificate issued by Head of Institution / School.

6. For Hostel Subsidy similar certificate required with additional information about expenditure towards boarding and lodging in the residential complex.

7. Re-imbursement of CEA forms are given below.

CEA FORMS

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

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7th Pay Commission: 10 major points on government employees salaries

7th Pay Commission: The employees expected that the government would hike minimum pay to Rs 21,000 and fitment factor to 3 times. Several minister including Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley gave their assurances that a high level committee will look into the matter.

7th Pay Commission: Almost two years have passed since about 48 lakh central government employees pinned their hopes to receive minimum pay and fitment factor hike beyond 7th CPC report recommendation. Their hopes were based on the promise of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's statement that the matter would be given due consideration. Here are the 10 major points related to the 7th Pay Commission:   

1. 7th Pay Commission: The hope of central government employees hinges on a few steps taken by government, which directly or indirectly relate to the 7th Pay commission, though the government has said it is not thinking along those lines at all.

2. These moves are surrounding the minimum pay and fitment factor hike. The government in June 2016, revised the minimum pay to Rs 18,000 from previous Rs 7,000 per month, along with fitment factor of 2.57 for central government employees. The employees, however, resented this seeking fitment factor of 3.68 times with minimum pay scale of Rs 26,000.

3. The employees expected that the government would hike minimum pay to Rs 21,000 and fitment factor to 3 times. Several minister including Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley gave their assurances that a high level committee will look into the matter.

4. Recently, salaries of Lt. Governors have been increased by the government to a level that the 7th Pay Commission had recommended for secretary level officers. The LG will now be getting the pay equal to the secretaries at the centre.

5. Following the 7th Pay Commission award on January 1, 2016, the senior most bureaucrat in the country, Cabinet Secretary, gets a salary of Rs 2.5 lakh pay per month, while a secretary rank official is able to draw Rs 2.25 lakh per month.

6. Now the decision of hiking Lt. Governors' salary has been taken just months after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his 2018-19 Budget announced the revision of emoluments of the President, vice president and governors.

7. The FM Arun Jaitley earlier reported stated that he would prefer to pick and choose lower-level employees and pay hike accordingly rather than salary hike for middle-level employees.

8.The broad middle-level employees, some reports said, would not see much of a raise, mirroring the erstwhile trend of income polarization, thereby shrinking middle-level staff in various departments of the central government.

9. The central government employees, whose salaries are based on pay matrix level 1 to 5, expected hike in minimum pay scale to Rs 21,000 from Rs 18,000 from April 1, 2018, but they are still waiting, amidst reports that fitment factor will be hiked from 2.57 times to 3 of the basic pay that they received in the 6th Pay Commission. 

10. Fresh reports say that the government is toying with the idea to increase retirement age of the central government employees from 60 to 62 years. The Madhya Pradesh government has already gone ahead. Besides this, reports say employees may soon see a Rs 3000 rise in their minimum pay scale, but it has no official confirmation.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

NEET Admit Card 2018: CBSE releases NEET Admit Card, check and download here at cbseneet.nic.in


The CBSE will conduct the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses in the session 2018-19 on Sunday, May 6, 2018.
After downloading NEET UG admit card, affix a passport size photograph on it and fill the proforma mentioned in NEET 2018 admit card.

IMPORTANT DATES FOR NEET Exam 2018


Schedule for on-line submission of applicationFebruary 8 (Thursday) to
March 9 (Friday) up to 23:50 Hrs. (IST)
Schedule for successful payment of online feeFebruary 8 (Thursday) to
March 10 (Saturday) up to 23:50 Hrs. (IST)
Correction in Application FormMarch 12 (Monday) to March 16 (Friday)
Date of uploading of Admit Cards on websiteApril 14, 2018
Date of Examination, NEET (UG) - 2018May 6 (Sunday)
Display of OMR SheetWill be intimated on website
Display of Answer KeyWill be intimated on website
Declaration of ResultJune 5 (Tuesday)



CBSE conducts the NEET exams for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses in India in Medical/Dental Colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare,

Government of India except for the institutions established through an Act of Parliament i.e. AIIMS and JIPMER Puducherry.

Candidates are required to download the admit cards from the official website and follow the instructions given therein. Candidate should note that admit cards will not be sent by post. When candidate will download the Admit Card, a copy of the same in PDF format will also be emailed to the candidate on the email ID, registered at the time of filling the NEET 2018 form.

DIRECT LINK TO DOWNLOAD ADMIT CARD NEET 2018:https://cbseneet.nic.in/cbseneet/online/AdmitCardAuth.aspx

Your Admit Card will bear the Roll Number, Name, Father's Name, Category, Sub-Category, Photograph, Signature, Date of Birth, Language of Question Paper with Name and Address of examination centre allotted to you.

The candidate should carefully examine the Admit Card downloaded by him/her for all the entries made therein.

The candidate must carry his/her admit card on the day of examination along with the passport size photograph and must show it for admission in the Examination Hall. As per the CBSE rules, a candidate, who does not possess the valid Admit Card will not be allowed to enter the Examination Hall.

During the examination time, the invigilator will check Admit Card of the candidates to satisfy himself/herself about the identity of each candidate. And after satisfied with your identity and other relevant details, the invigilator will also put his/her signatures in the place provided in the Answer Sheet on SIDE-1.

STEPS TO DOWNLOAD ADMIT CARD

Log on to the official website: cbseneet.nic.in

In the left bottom of the page you can see "Admit Card NEET 2018" under "Online Services"
Click on the link

Enter your details like registration number, date of birth in DD/MM/YYYY format and security pin
Click on the "SUBMIT" button

Your Admit Card will be displayed on the screen

Check all the details, as mentioned in this article (above)

Take a printout, paste your passport size photograph in the space provided on the admit card
Keep the admit card for future use

Read at:https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/education/news/neet-2018-cbse-releases-neet-2018-admit-card-check-and-download-here-at-cbseneet-nic-in/articleshow/63795451.cms
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Payment of Dearness Relief to re-employed pensioners-PCDA

O/o The Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions)
Draupadighat, Allahabad 211014
Circular No. 200

No. AT/Tech/263-XXIII
Dated: 12/04/2018

To

1. The Chief Accountant, RBI Deptt. of Govt. Bank Accounts, Central office C-7, Second Floor, Bandre- Kurla Complex, P B No. 8143, Bandre East, Mumbai-400051
2. The Director of Treasuries of all State……………
3. The Manager CPPC of Public Sector Banks including IDBI
4. The CDA (PD) Meerut
5. The CDA, Chennai
6. The Nodal Officers (ICICI/AXIS/HDFC Bank)….
7. The Pay & Accounts Officer……………
8. The Military. & Air Attache, Indian Embassy, Kathmandu, Nepal
9. The D.P.D.O…………………….
10.Post Master, Kathua (J & K) and Camp Bell Bay

Sub: Payment of dearness relief to re-employed pensioners and employed family pensioners: Clarification thereof.

Ref: This office Circular No. 166 dated 07 / 03 / 2013, Circular No. 173 dated 07/04/20 14 and Circular No. 179 dated 12/05/20 15.

Provisions for payment of dearness relief to re-employed pensioners and employed family pensioners is laid down in Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions (Deptt. of Pension & Pensioners Welfare) OM No. 45/73/97-P&PW(G) dated 02/07/1999 issued under this office Important Circular No. 07 dated 13/08/ 1999. As per the ibid OM, before 18/07/ 1997, in terms of the existing orders, Dearness Relief to pensioners and family pensioners is to remain suspended during the period a pensioner/family pensioner is re-employed/employed under the Central or State Govt. or in a Statutory Corporation/Company/Body/Bank under them in India or abroad. The above facts are also applicable to the pensioners and family pensioners permanently absorbed in Statutory Corporation/Company/Body/Bank under the Central or State Government.

2. Representations from various agencies as well as pensioners/family pensioners including Pension Disbursing Agencies are being received for clarification on Payment of dearness relief to re-employed pensioners and employed family pensioners. The matter has been examined in this office and following points are clarified.

3. However, w.e.f. 18/07/1997, it has been decided by the Govt that:

(i) In so far as re-employed pensioners are concerned, the entire pension admissible is to be ignored at present only in the case of those civilian pensioners who held post below Group ‘A’ and those ex-servicemen who held post below the ranks of Commissioned Officers at the time of their retirement. Their pay, on re-employment, is to be fixed at the minimum of the pay scale of the post in which they are re-employed. Such pensioners will consequently be entitled to Dearness Relief on their pension.

(A) For this purpose, the Central Government Departments concerned, including subordinate organizations. State Government, Corporation/Company/Body/Bank etc. employing a Central Government pensioner shall be required to issue of certificate indicating the following:

(a) The re-employed pensioner retired from a civil or military post in the Central Government and was holding a post not included in classified as group ‘A’ or a post below the rank of commissioned officer in the armed forces;

(b) The entire amount of pension sanctioned by the Central Government was ignored in fixation of the pay on re-employment i.e. no part of the pension was taken into account in such fixation of pay in the pay scale of the post in which the Central government retired/retiree was re-employed/absorbed; and

(c) The pay of the re-employed/absorbee was/is fixed at the minimum of the pay scale of the post in which he had/has been initially re-employed after his retirement from the Central Government.

(d) If the pay fixed at a higher stage because of advance increments and no protection of the last pay drawn is being given.

(B) In the cases where PBOR (below Commissioned Officer) retired before attaining the age of 55 years and re-employed thereafter and their pay fixed at a higher stage because of advance increments and no protection of the last pay drawn were given, the pay should be treated as fixed at a minimum for the purpose of ignoring the entire pension and allowing Dearness Relief on pension. For benefit of advance increments, the policy for the same should exist in the re-employing department and a copy of such policy matter should be enclosed with the required certificate. But, after granting benefit of advance increments, the last pay drawn by the pensioner is protected, the pensioner in such case will not be entitled for dearness relief on pension.

Illustration 1: A Military pensioner was drawing the pay of Rs. 6,330 in the pay scale of Rs. 5,770-140-8,290 from 01/07/2002 and retired from service on 31/10/2002 before attaining the age of 55 years. He was granted a military pension of Rs. 3,165. He was re-employed in a Civil Post on 01/12/2003 in the pay scale of Rs. 5,000-150-8,000. The post which the pensioner held in the Army before retirement is a non-commissioned post. If his pay is fix for Rs. 5,600/- after granting 4 advance increments in re-employed post, then he will be entitled for dearness relief on pension as his pay fix for Rs. 5,600/- in re-employed post is less than Rs. 6,330/-already drawing in the Army before retirement. However, if his pay is fix for Rs. 6,500/- after granting 10 advance increments in the re-employed post, then he will be not entitled for dearness relief on pension as his pay fix for Rs. 6,500/- in re-employed post is more than Rs. 6,330/- already drawing in the Army before retirement as his last pay has been protected.

Illustration 2: If the pensioner quoted in Illustration 1 above is re-employed in a Civil Post in the pay Scale of Rs. 7,500-250-12,000, his pay is required to be fixed at the minimum of the pay scale of the re-employed post for payment of dearness relief on pension. Any advance increment granted in such situation, will disqualify dearness relief on pension.

(ii) In all other cases of re-employed pensioners, no dearness relief shall be admissible on pension during the period of their re-employment.

(iii) (A) In terms of the existing orders on the subject, the pay of re-employed pensioners who held Group ‘A’ post or posts of the ranks of Commissioned Officers at the time of their retirement is to be fixed at present

at the same stage as last drawn before retirement or, if there is no such stage, at the stage next above the pay last drawn;

at the maximum of the pay scale, if the pay last drawn is more than the maximum of the pay scale of the post in which re-employed;

at the minimum of the pay scale of the post in which re-employed, if it is more than the pay last drawn.

(B) Further, the pay on re-employment is required to be fixed after ignoring only a portion of the pension as revised time to time received for the previous employment. In view of the fact that (i) the pension is taken into account in such cases and not entirely ignored; (ii) The pay in the post of re-employment is not required to be fixed at the minimum of the scale in all cases; and (iii) Dearness Allowance at the rates applicable from time to time is also admissible on the pay fixed in terms of the orders on the subject, these re-employed pensioners will not be entitled, in addition, to any Dearness Relief on their pension.

(iv) Disability element of disability pension is also a type of pension. As such dearness relief on such service/disability pension (including disability element) during re-employment is required to be regulated as per the above procedure.

(v) Payment of dearness relief where discontinued due to re-employment, shall become admissible only with effect from the date they cease to be re-employed. The Pension Disbursing Authority shall require such a pensioner to produce certificate of cessation of re-employment from the office in which the pensioner had been re-employed.

(vi) However, dearness relief is payable to those re-employed pensioners who get consolidated pay without dearness allowance, consolidated fee, daily wages, or elected as Members of Legislative Assembly or Parliament, Ministers/Deputy Ministers of Central or State Government, Indian Red Cross Society and Extra Departmental Agents in the Department of Post.

(vii) As regards employed family pensioners, since the family pension received by the eligible dependents of Central Government employees is, in any case, not taken into account in determining their pay on employment, Dearness Relief at the rates applicable from time to time shall be admissible on their family pension.

(SANDEEP THAKUR)
Addl. CDA (Pensions)

 Source:http://pcdapension.nic.in/pcdapension/6cpc/Circular-200.pdf

Deputation/Foreign Service of officers of CSS – Revised instructions from DOPT

F.No.7/10/2016-CS-I(A))
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension
Department of Personnel & Training
CS-I (A) Section

Lok Nayak Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated 13th April, 2018

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : Deputation/Foreign Service of officers of CSS – Revised instructions regarding

Reference is invited to this Department’s O.M. No.2/2/2010-CS-I() dated 18.08.2010 on the subject noted above.

2. In respect of deputation by a CSS officer, para 2.2. of this Department’s aforesaid O.M. dated 18.08.2010 states as under:

“A CSS officer shall be eligible for deputation/foreign service to any post in Central or State Government, Central/State Government organizations/Government of UTs/Government of UTs organizations/Autonomous bodies/Trusts, Societies, PSUs etc., only after he/she has completed 9 years of service and is clear from the vigilance angle. The 9 years of service clause, however, will not apply to posting in the personal staff of Ministers”.

3. It is reiteriated that the above clause is still in fcrce and all the Ministries/Departments are, therefore, requested to take note of the above clause while forwarding the applications of CSS officers for deputation posts.

(K. Srinivasan)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

Source:http://dopt.gov.in/

Monday, April 16, 2018

Form panel to look into pensioner medical claim under CGHS: Supreme Court

The court said the claims of pensioners shall be reimbursed within one month from date of application. The court said that the mere fact that the hospital in which a CGHS beneficiary took treatment does not figure in the government order.

 The bench observed that power has been given to judges to protect the Constitution and democracy and the listing of cases was the discretion of the CJI, who is the 'master of the roster'. Supreme Court gave the government seven days time to form the panel which would comprise a special directorate general, directorate general, two additional directors and one specialist in the field to “ensure timely and hassle-free disposal of the claims to the pensioners.”

“With regard to the slow and tardy pace of disposal of medical reimbursement claims (MRC) by the CGHS in case of pensioner beneficiaries and the unnecessary harassment meted out to pensioners who are senior citizens, affecting them mentally, physically and financially, we are of the opinion that all such claims shall be attended by a secretary-level high-powered committee in the ministry concerned, which shall meet every month for quick disposal of such cases,” the bench of Justices R K Agrawal and Ashok Bhushan said.

It gave the government seven days time to form the panel which would comprise a special directorate general, directorate general, two additional directors and one specialist in the field to “ensure timely and hassle-free disposal of the claims to the pensioners.”

The court said the claims of pensioners shall be reimbursed within one month from date of application. The court said that the mere fact that the hospital in which a CGHS beneficiary took treatment does not figure in the government order.

Read at:http://indianexpress.com/article/india/form-panel-to-look-into-pensioner-medical-claim-under-cghs-supreme-court-5138120/

Latest Empanelment of private hospital (including dental clinics and eye centres) and diagnostic centres under CGHS Delhi & NCR.

No: S.11011/03/2018-CGHS (HEC)
Government of India
Directorate General of Central Government Health Scheme
Department of Health & Family Welfare
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Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi.
Dated the 11th April, 2018

O F F I C E   O R D E R

Subject: Empanelment of private hospital (including dental clinics and eye centres) and diagnostic centres under CGHS Delhi & NCR.

In continuation of this Directorate’s Office Memorandum of even no. dated 26.12.2017 regarding empanelment under continuous empanelment scheme, the undersigned is to convey that in addition to the list of the hospitals (including dental clinics & eye centres) and diagnostic laboratories already empanelled, the hospitals (including dental & eye centres) and diagnostic laboratories as per the list attached (22 HCOs) have also been empanelled under CGHS in Delhi & NCR with issuance of this order. The newly empanelled hospitals (including dental clinics & eye centres) and diagnostic laboratories may be treated as included in the existing list of empanelled health care organization under CGHS on same terms and conditions as have been indicated in the Office Memorandum dated 26.12.2017.

Encl: As above

[Dr. D.C. Joshi]
Director (CGHS)

Sr.
No.
Name of the Hospital
Address & Tel. No.
NABH/ NABL QCI Recommended
Empanelled for
1.Delhi Heart Hospital176, Jagriti Enclave, Bhartendu Harish Chandra Marg, Near Karkardooma Metro Station, Delhi – 110092. Tel. No. 011-22157272, 43014288QCI RecommendedGeneral Medicine, Respiratory Medicine, Non-Interventional Cardiology
2.East Delhi, Medical Centre,1-550, G.T. Road, Mansarovar Park, Delhi – 110032. Tel. No. 011-22583204, 22596736QCI RecommendedGeneral Medicine, Gynae & Obs., Orthopedics and joint replacements, General Surgery, Medical & Surgical Oncology, Neurology & Neuro Surgery, Nephrology, Gastroenterology, Eye and Diagnostics.
3.Rosewood Hospital (A unit of JLKD Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.5, JL Block, Roshan Garden, Najafgarh, New Delhi – 110043. Tel. No. 011-25322537,QCI RecommendedGeneral Medicine, Gynae & Obs., Orthopedics and joint replacements, General Surgery, Neurology & Neuro Surgery, Gastroenterology, Dental, Eye, ENT and Diagnostics.
4.New Balaji HospitalPlot – 734, Haldauni More, Main Dadri Road, Greater Noida-201306. Tel. No. 8285124442.QCI RecommendedGeneral Medicine, Gynae & Obs., Orthopedics and joint resplacements, General Surgery, ENT, Eye and Diagnostics.
5.Universal Centre of Health ScienceBypass Road, Molarband Extension, Badarpur, New Delhi-110044. Tel. No. 8800800500QCI RecommendedCardiology & Cardiothoracic Surgery, General Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopedic surgery including Joint replacement, Urology, Nephrology (including Dialysis), Gastroenterology & Chemotherapy only) and Diagnostics.
6.Sonia Hospital (A unit of Altius Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.)1, Gulshan Park, Main Rohtak Road, Nangloi, Delhi. Tel. No.8750060177QCI RecommendedGeneral Medicine, General Surgery, Gynae & Obst., Orthopedic surgery including Joint replacement, Gastroenterology Neurology, Urology, Nephrology (including Dialysis),
7.Hope Imaging & DiagnosticsD-40, Shyam Park Extension, Jindal Market, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad – 201005. Tel. No. 0120-4215167.NABL AccreditedLaboratory Investigation
8.Total Diagnostics CareI-1 Kailash Park, Opp. Metro Pillar No. 330, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi – 110015, Tel. No. 011-49074841, 43NABH AccreditedX-ray, OPG, USG, Colour Doppler, MRI, CT Scan, Mammography and Laboratory Investigation
9.Itek Vision Centre (A unit of Skiffle Healthcare Services Ltd.)B-1A/22, Sector-51, Ground Floor, Noida – 201301. Tel. No. 0120-4288757.QCI RecommendedExclusive Eye Care Centre
10.Vistech Eye Centre (A unit of Jasola Healthcare LLP)Plot No. 2, Pocket-I, Jasola Vihar, New Delhi – 110025. Tel. No. 011-41080233QCI RecommendedExclusive Eye Care Centre
11.Dev Eye Centre (A unit of Skiffle Healthcare Services Ltd.)R-10, Vakil Colony, Sector-12, Pratap Vihar, Ghaziabad – 201009. Tel. No. 0120-2740340.QCI RecommendedExclusive Eye Care Centre
12.Shyama Super Speciality Eye Hospital.B-139 A, West Vinod Nagar, Narwana Road, I.P. Extension, opp. Press Apartment, Delhi-110092, 011-45631535QCI RecommendedExclusive Eye Care Centre
13.Sai Eye Care and Medical CentreH-98/1, Sector-12, Pratap Vihar, Near BSNL Telephone Exchange, Ghaziabad-201009. Tel. No. 0120-6525264QCI RecommendedExclusive Eye Care Centre
14.Delhi Eye Care4-17, Second Floor, Balraj Khanna Marg, East Patel Nagar, New Delhi. Tel. No. 011-45629416QCI RecommendedExclusive Eye Care Centre
15.Dento HubGG-1/23B, Vikas Puri, New Delhi-110018. Tel. No. 011-45110704QCI RecommendedAll Available Dental Care Facilities
16.Dr. Ashok Dentistree23-Panchkuian Road, Below R.K. Ashram Metro Station, Opp. Pilar No.12, Pharganj, New Delhi – 110055. Tel. No. 011-23585474NABH AccreditedAll Available Dental Care Facilities
17.The Healing Touch, … Dental CareFirst Floor, Behind Mother Dairy, Chetak Complex, Pocket B & E, Market, Dilshad Garden, Delhi- 110095. Tel. No. 8860529040.NABH AccredetedAll Available Dental Care Facililties
18.Jain Dental CentreF-1-9, Mandir Marg, Near Happy English School, Krishna Nagar, Delhi- 110051. Tel. No.9810924515NABH AccreditedAll Available Dental Care Facilities
19.Faces N Braces Dental ClinicD-85, Lower Ground Floor, Near Saket Metro Station Gate No.3, New Delhi- 110017. Tel. No. 011-65154151.QCI RecommendedAll Available Dental Care Facilities
20.Crystal Dental Centre (A unit of Crystal Dental Care Pvt. Ltd.31, Community Centre, Basant Lok, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi – 110057. Tel. No.011-41603131NABH AccreditedAll Available Dental Care Facilities
21.R.P.S. Memorial Multispeciality Dental Clinic,D-660 B, Main 100 Feet Road, Chander Lok Colony, Shahdara, Delhi – 110093. Tel. No. 9899221971NABH AccreditedAll Available Dental Care Facilities
22.Teerthanker Aadinath Bright Dental Care11, 12/1513, Wazir Nagar, Bhishampitah Marg, Kotla Mubarkpur, New Delhi-110003. Tel. No. 7351114255.QCI RecommendedAll Available Dental Care Facilities

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