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Monday, 29 June 2009

Income Tax News

Friday, June 26, 2009
Expecting an increase upto Rs.1.5 lakhs....!


Expecting an increase upto Rs.1.5 lakhs Income Tax exemptions under Section-80C. one of the most important provisions for investors in the tax laws
What is Income Tax Section-80C?
The government, in order to encourage savings, gives tax breaks to certain financial products as discussed in Section 80C of the Income Tax Act. These investments are often referred to as 80C investments.

In India only Government Employees are paying their Income Tax regularly. The salary and other income of a Government Servant are calculated exactly and the amount for the tax is recovered in the early stages itself at their respective departments. Hence, Government Employees will be delighted to hear if any increase in the individual Income Tax exemption limit.

But there is no indication of an increase in individual Income Tax limit. In contrast, there will be a change in the Income Tax exemption under 80C. Now the limit of savings under 80C is one lakh and the expected limit is Rs. 1.5 lakhs. Even though this doesn’t make a hue difference, it can benefit some employees.

Regarding the Income Tax, an individual can earn upto 1.5 lakhs without tax in a year. After that, 10% is deducted upto Rs.3 lakhs. 20% deducted from Rs.3 lakhs to Rs.5 lakhs and 30% is deducted from Rs.5 lakhs and above. For women, there is not tax upto Rs. 1.8 lakhs and for Senior Citizens, no tax upto Rs.2.25 lakhs.

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Monday, June 1, 2009
Standard deduction for salaried employees may return…!


Ahead of the annual budget, here’s some cheer for salaried employees and pensioners. The finance ministry is considering bringing back standard deduction of up to Rs 20,000 in individual taxable incomes.
According to revenue department officials, the government may be willing to take a small hit in return for a spike in spending that it hopes will result from a bigger disposable income with the salaried classes.
Till the budget for 2005-06, a standard deduction of Rs 30,000 or 40 per cent of income, whichever was lower, was allowed to salaried employees with an annual income between Rs 75,000 and Rs 5 lakh. For those earning more, the standard deduction was fixed at Rs 20,000.
The standard deduction was meant to compensate salaried people for the fact that self-employed small business persons or entrepreneurs paid tax only on their net income after deducting business expenditure.
Industry has been demanding the re-introduction of standard deduction so that individual taxpayers are able to spend more and stimulate domestic demand. As Indira Gandhi’s finance minister, Pranab Mukherjee had in fact, raised it from Rs 5,000 to Rs 6,000 in the budget for 1983-84.
“There are two ways of looking at reducing personal tax. One option before the government is to do away with surcharges. The other option would be to give relief to individual earnings up to a particular level. In other words, keeping in mind fiscal deficit constraints, the benefit could be extended to only lower income earners.
This would help reduce administrative burden of the department and focus on the big fish,” said Sudhir Kapadia, Partner, Taxation, Ernst & Young. P Chidambaram had as finance minister removed the standard deduction after overhauling tax slabs and raising the exemption limit to Rs 1 lakh. He had introduced three slabs of 10 per cent, 20 per cent and 30 per cent for individuals in the Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1.5 lakh income bracket, Rs 1.5 lakh to Rs 2.5 lakh and over Rs 2.5 lakh respectively.
Source: The Indian Express
"Standard deduction should be restored," the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) said in its pre-Budget memorandum to the government.





Thursday, April 9, 2009
Income Tax for Leave Travel Concession Amount and Encashment Leave Amount


Income Tax for Leave Travel Concession Amount
The LTC that you get is fully exempt from Income Tax, provided it satisfies certain conditions. Here are the conditions.
The amount is actually spent on travel:
You have to actually spend this amount on transportation. The spending cab be for you and your family members, but you have to be one of the travelers.
Here, family means spouse and children (including adopted children and stepchildren). Parents, brothers and sisters are also included if they are dependent on you.
It has to be for transportation:
The amount has to be spent on transportation either Air, Rail or Road.
Any amount spent for lodging and boarding is not considered. Thus, food related expenses and hotel expenses are not exempt from income tax.
Also, this exemption is for primary travel between your city of stay and your destination. Other travel expenses like taxi / cab fare, auto fare, etc, can not be claimed as exempt. The travel has to be within India, foreign travel is not considered.
Carry forward of LTC benefits:
What if you can not claim LTC exemption for some reason? No need to worry. The exemption doesn’t lapse, ti can be carried forward to the next block of four years.
The only condition in this case is that the exemption has to be availed in the very first year of this subsequent block.
Thus, in this next block, you can claim a total of three exemptions.
Leave encashment – is it taxable?
The amount received from any leave enchased while you are still in service is added to your income, and is fully taxable. It is taxed as per the income tax slab applicable to you.




Government of India, Ministry of Finance
CENTRAL BOARD OF DIRECT TAXES
Directorate of Income Tax (Human Resource Development)
ICADR Building, Plot No.6, Vasant Kunj Institutional Area Phase-II
New Delhi - 110070. Telefax 26130594, Tel. 26130592
dated 6th March, 2009th F.No. HRD/CM/175/15/2008-09/324
Clarification on grant of Grade Pay of Rs. 5400 in PB-2 on non-functional basis to Income Tax Officersof Income Tax Department
To,
All Chief Commissioners of Income Tax (CCA)
All Director Gererals of Income Tax
Sir / Madam,
I am directed to invite your attention to Government of India, Department of Expenditure resolution No. 1/1/2008-1Cdated 29th August 2008 notifying acceptance of recommendations of 6th Central Pay Commission, wherein it was dicidedto grant Grade Pay of Rs. 5400 in PB-2 on non-functional basis to Group B officers of Income Tax Department (i.e. Income Tax Officers) after 4 years of regular service in the grade pay of Rs.4800 in PB-2. The relevant portion of Section II, part C, FirstSchedule of the notification No. GSR 622(E) dated 29th August is reproduced below:-
2. Clarifications have been sought by many field formations, individual officers as well as employees association (ITGOA) on how the period of 4 yesrs is to be counted for this purpose. i.e. whether the period of 4 years of regular service is to be countedfrom the date of promotion in the grade fo Income Tax Officers or from the date when the pay scale of Income Tax Officers was revised from Rs. 6500 - 10500 (pre-revised) to Rs. 7500 - 12000 (pre-revised), i.e., from 21st April 2004.
Post Present Scale Reivised Pay Scale Corresponding Pay Band and Grade Pay
Pay Band Grade Pay
Income Tax Officers 7500 - 12000 7500 - 12000
8000 - 13500
(after 4 years) PB - 2
PB - 2 4800
5400

3. The issue has been examined in the Board. It is hereby clarified that all Income Tax Officers, who have completed 4 yearsor more of regular service in the grade of Income Tax Officers as on 1st January 2006 would be entitled to the grade pay of Rs. 5400 in PB-2 on non-functional basis on 1st January 2006, irrespective of the fact that pay scale of Income Tax Officersstood revised to Rs. 7500 - 12000 from 21st April 2004. Further, after 1st January 2006, grade pay of Rs. 5400 in PB-2 on non-functional basis would be granted to an Income Tax Officers on completion of 4 years of regular service in the grade of Income Tax Officer.
Yours sincerely,

(Praveen Kishore)
Joint Director of Income Tax (HRD) New Delhi















Monday, February 16, 2009
Key Features of Interim Budget 2009 - 2010


Interim Budget leaves direct taxes unchanged...
Key Features of Interim Budget 2009 - 2010
• The Gross Domestic Product increased by 7.5 per cent, 9.5 per cent, 9.7 per cent and 9 per cent in the first four years from fiscal year 2004 - 05 to 2007 - 08 recording a sustained growth of 9 per cent for three consecutive years for the first time. The growth drivers for the period were agriculture, services, manufcturing along with trade and construction.
• Due to revision in Educational Loan Scheme by the Government number of beneficiaries increased from 3.19 lakh to 14.09 lakh and amount of loan outstanding increased from Rs.4500 crore as on March, 31, 2004 to Rs.24260 crore as on September 30, 2008.
• 500 ITIs upgraded into centers of excellence. National Skill Development Corporation created in July, 2008 with initial corpus of Rs.1000 crore.
• Scope of the pre-metric scholarship for children of those engaged in unclean occupations expanded and rates of scholarship duubled in 2008-09. Annual ad-hoc grant increased by about 50 per cent as compared to earlier rates.
• Two new schemes - 'Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme' to provide pension of Rs.200 to widows between age groups of 40-64 years and 'Indira Gandhi National Disability Pension Scheme' to provide pension for severely disabled persons.
• Widows in the age group of 18-40 years to be given priority in admission to ITIs, Women ITIs National/Regional ITIs for women. Government to bear cost of their training and provide stipend of Rs.500 per month.
• Government approved implementation of Guidelines on Corprate Governance in Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) in June, 2007.
• Recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission approved by the Government has benefited over 45 lakh Central Government employees including Defence Forces and Para-Military forces and over 38 lakh pensioners.



Tuesday, November 11, 2008
INCOME TAX 2008-09
INCOME TAX CALCULATION FOR THIS YEAR 2008-2009:
Taxable Income Slab (Rs.) Rate (%)
Up to 1,50,000 Nil
Up to 1,80,000 (for Women) Nil
Up to 2,25,000 (for RI of 65 years or above) Nil
1,50,001 - 3,00,000 10
3,00,001 - 5,00,000 20
5,00,000 upwards 30*
*A surcharge of 10 per cent of the total tax liability is applicable where the total income exceeds Rs 1,000,000 Note :Education cess is applicable @ 3 per cent on income tax, inclusive of surcharge if there is any. The aggregate amount of deduction under sections 80C, 80CCC and 80CCD shall not exceed Rs. 1,00,000 (Section 80CCE)
House rent paid for own residence: (Section 80GG) That will be entitled to a deduction in respect of house rent paid by an employee in excess of 10 per cent of his total income, subject to a ceiling of 25 Per cent thereof or Rs. 2000 per month, whichever is less. The total income for working out these percentages will be computed before making any deduction under section 80GG. Tax concessions make home loans more attractive: Repayment of the principal amount of a home loan, maximum deduction of Rs.1 lakh (Rs 1,00,000) is allowed per year. The entire amount of interest paid is allowed as deduction of Rs.1.5 lakh (Rs 1,50,000) is allowed.
Below the simple calculation of Annual Payment for those employees
having Basic Pay from Rs.9,840 to Rs.18,000 and
their approximate taxable amount even if they saved Rs one lakh,
additionally not to taken any extra income sources for claculating...
Basic Pay Grade Pay Income P.M.* Income P.Y.* Tax - 1,50,000.* Tax - 2,50,000.*
7440 2400 16222 194669 44669 NIL
7740 2400 16661 199937 49937 NIL
8040 2400 17100 205205 55205 NIL
8340 2400 17539 210473 60473 NIL
8640 2400 17978 215741 65741 NIL
8940 2400 18417 221009 71009 NIL
9240 2400 18856 226277 76277 NIL
9540 2400 19295 231545 81545 NIL
8370 2800 18172 218066 68066 NIL
8710 2800 18670 224035 74035 NIL
9050 2800 19167 230004 80004 NIL
9390 2800 19664 235973 85973 NIL
9730 2800 20162 241942 91942 NIL
10070 2800 20659 247910 97910 NIL
10410 2800 21157 253879 103879 3879
9300 4200 21581 258972 108972 8972
9710 4200 22181 266167 116167 16167
10120 4200 22780 273362 123362 22362
10530 4200 23380 280558 130558 30558
10940 4200 23979 287753 137753 37753
11350 4200 24579 294948 144948 44948
11760 4200 25179 302143 152143 52143
12170 4200 25778 309338 159338 59338
12580 4200 26378 316534 166534 66534
12990 4200 26977 323729 173729 73729
13400 4200 27577 330924 180924 80924
13810 4200 28177 338119 188119 88119
* approximately Monthly Payment = Basic Pay + Grade Pay + D A + H R A + T A Yearly Payment = 12 x Monthly Payment (Additional Income to be added : SPL allowances, Over time allowance, PWS profit, NDA, NSB, Incentive etc.)
Housing Loan is only the source to reduce
the taxable amount,
eventhough the interest of housing loan is flucuated.
SECTION – 80C
The single most important provisions for investers.
The governement in order to encourage savings, gives tax deduction
to particualr financial invetments as decided in section 80C of the Income Tax.
These investments are often referred to as 80C investments.One can invest
up to Rs 1 lakh in approved schemes and save taxes up to Rs 30,000.
That is, in all instruments put together and the entire amount of
Rs one lakh will be deducted from your taxable income.
Section Investments Amount Particulars
80C NSC, Notified Bank Deposits, Post Office Time Deposits,EPF, PPF, ELSS, LIC Cannot exceed Rs.1 lakh Payment has to be made before 31 March 2008
80CCC Pension Plans of life insureres Cannot exceed Rs.1 lakh Payment has to be made before 31 March 2008
80D Medical Insurance Policy-Any member of Family (HUF) For Senior Citizens up to 20,000 Others Rs.15,000 Paymet should be made through a Cheque
80DD Medical Treatment for Disability Dependant Rs 50,000 for a person with disability Rs 75,000 for severe disability Medical Certificate should be made
80DDB Medical Treatment for Specified Diseases (Cancer,AIDS,Neurological etc.) Rs.40,000(Age of below 65) Rs.60,000(Age of 65 and above) Certificate in Form No.10-I to be submitted
80E Payment of Interest on Loan for Higher Studies Deduction available on the total interest amount of Education Loan Only for Eight Immedaitely Succeeding assessment years
80G Donations to certain funds and charity 50 or 100 percent deduction on the entire donated amount Nil
80GG Rent paid for Residential purpose Excess of actual rent paid over 10 percent of GTI or 25 percent of GTI or Rs.2,000 per month, whichever is the lowest Should not be getting House Rent Allowance
80U Expenses incurred on self, if disabled Rs 50,000 for a person with disability Rs 75,000 for severe disability Medical Certificate should be made



















Friday, June 26, 2009
Expecting an increase upto Rs.1.5 lakhs....!


Expecting an increase upto Rs.1.5 lakhs Income Tax exemptions under Section-80C. one of the most important provisions for investors in the tax laws
What is Income Tax Section-80C?
The government, in order to encourage savings, gives tax breaks to certain financial products as discussed in Section 80C of the Income Tax Act. These investments are often referred to as 80C investments.

In India only Government Employees are paying their Income Tax regularly. The salary and other income of a Government Servant are calculated exactly and the amount for the tax is recovered in the early stages itself at their respective departments. Hence, Government Employees will be delighted to hear if any increase in the individual Income Tax exemption limit.

But there is no indication of an increase in individual Income Tax limit. In contrast, there will be a change in the Income Tax exemption under 80C. Now the limit of savings under 80C is one lakh and the expected limit is Rs. 1.5 lakhs. Even though this doesn’t make a hue difference, it can benefit some employees.

Regarding the Income Tax, an individual can earn upto 1.5 lakhs without tax in a year. After that, 10% is deducted upto Rs.3 lakhs. 20% deducted from Rs.3 lakhs to Rs.5 lakhs and 30% is deducted from Rs.5 lakhs and above. For women, there is not tax upto Rs. 1.8 lakhs and for Senior Citizens, no tax upto Rs.2.25 lakhs.

:





Monday, June 1, 2009
Standard deduction for salaried employees may return…!


Ahead of the annual budget, here’s some cheer for salaried employees and pensioners. The finance ministry is considering bringing back standard deduction of up to Rs 20,000 in individual taxable incomes.
According to revenue department officials, the government may be willing to take a small hit in return for a spike in spending that it hopes will result from a bigger disposable income with the salaried classes.
Till the budget for 2005-06, a standard deduction of Rs 30,000 or 40 per cent of income, whichever was lower, was allowed to salaried employees with an annual income between Rs 75,000 and Rs 5 lakh. For those earning more, the standard deduction was fixed at Rs 20,000.
The standard deduction was meant to compensate salaried people for the fact that self-employed small business persons or entrepreneurs paid tax only on their net income after deducting business expenditure.
Industry has been demanding the re-introduction of standard deduction so that individual taxpayers are able to spend more and stimulate domestic demand. As Indira Gandhi’s finance minister, Pranab Mukherjee had in fact, raised it from Rs 5,000 to Rs 6,000 in the budget for 1983-84.
“There are two ways of looking at reducing personal tax. One option before the government is to do away with surcharges. The other option would be to give relief to individual earnings up to a particular level. In other words, keeping in mind fiscal deficit constraints, the benefit could be extended to only lower income earners.
This would help reduce administrative burden of the department and focus on the big fish,” said Sudhir Kapadia, Partner, Taxation, Ernst & Young. P Chidambaram had as finance minister removed the standard deduction after overhauling tax slabs and raising the exemption limit to Rs 1 lakh. He had introduced three slabs of 10 per cent, 20 per cent and 30 per cent for individuals in the Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1.5 lakh income bracket, Rs 1.5 lakh to Rs 2.5 lakh and over Rs 2.5 lakh respectively.
Source: The Indian Express
"Standard deduction should be restored," the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) said in its pre-Budget memorandum to the government.





Thursday, April 9, 2009
Income Tax for Leave Travel Concession Amount and Encashment Leave Amount


Income Tax for Leave Travel Concession Amount
The LTC that you get is fully exempt from Income Tax, provided it satisfies certain conditions. Here are the conditions.
The amount is actually spent on travel:
You have to actually spend this amount on transportation. The spending cab be for you and your family members, but you have to be one of the travelers.
Here, family means spouse and children (including adopted children and stepchildren). Parents, brothers and sisters are also included if they are dependent on you.
It has to be for transportation:
The amount has to be spent on transportation either Air, Rail or Road.
Any amount spent for lodging and boarding is not considered. Thus, food related expenses and hotel expenses are not exempt from income tax.
Also, this exemption is for primary travel between your city of stay and your destination. Other travel expenses like taxi / cab fare, auto fare, etc, can not be claimed as exempt. The travel has to be within India, foreign travel is not considered.
Carry forward of LTC benefits:
What if you can not claim LTC exemption for some reason? No need to worry. The exemption doesn’t lapse, ti can be carried forward to the next block of four years.
The only condition in this case is that the exemption has to be availed in the very first year of this subsequent block.
Thus, in this next block, you can claim a total of three exemptions.
Leave encashment – is it taxable?
The amount received from any leave enchased while you are still in service is added to your income, and is fully taxable. It is taxed as per the income tax slab applicable to you.




Government of India, Ministry of Finance
CENTRAL BOARD OF DIRECT TAXES
Directorate of Income Tax (Human Resource Development)
ICADR Building, Plot No.6, Vasant Kunj Institutional Area Phase-II
New Delhi - 110070. Telefax 26130594, Tel. 26130592
dated 6th March, 2009th F.No. HRD/CM/175/15/2008-09/324
Clarification on grant of Grade Pay of Rs. 5400 in PB-2 on non-functional basis to Income Tax Officersof Income Tax Department
To,
All Chief Commissioners of Income Tax (CCA)
All Director Gererals of Income Tax
Sir / Madam,
I am directed to invite your attention to Government of India, Department of Expenditure resolution No. 1/1/2008-1Cdated 29th August 2008 notifying acceptance of recommendations of 6th Central Pay Commission, wherein it was dicidedto grant Grade Pay of Rs. 5400 in PB-2 on non-functional basis to Group B officers of Income Tax Department (i.e. Income Tax Officers) after 4 years of regular service in the grade pay of Rs.4800 in PB-2. The relevant portion of Section II, part C, FirstSchedule of the notification No. GSR 622(E) dated 29th August is reproduced below:-
2. Clarifications have been sought by many field formations, individual officers as well as employees association (ITGOA) on how the period of 4 yesrs is to be counted for this purpose. i.e. whether the period of 4 years of regular service is to be countedfrom the date of promotion in the grade fo Income Tax Officers or from the date when the pay scale of Income Tax Officers was revised from Rs. 6500 - 10500 (pre-revised) to Rs. 7500 - 12000 (pre-revised), i.e., from 21st April 2004.
Post Present Scale Reivised Pay Scale Corresponding Pay Band and Grade Pay
Pay Band Grade Pay
Income Tax Officers 7500 - 12000 7500 - 12000
8000 - 13500
(after 4 years) PB - 2
PB - 2 4800
5400

3. The issue has been examined in the Board. It is hereby clarified that all Income Tax Officers, who have completed 4 yearsor more of regular service in the grade of Income Tax Officers as on 1st January 2006 would be entitled to the grade pay of Rs. 5400 in PB-2 on non-functional basis on 1st January 2006, irrespective of the fact that pay scale of Income Tax Officersstood revised to Rs. 7500 - 12000 from 21st April 2004. Further, after 1st January 2006, grade pay of Rs. 5400 in PB-2 on non-functional basis would be granted to an Income Tax Officers on completion of 4 years of regular service in the grade of Income Tax Officer.
Yours sincerely,

(Praveen Kishore)
Joint Director of Income Tax (HRD) New Delhi















Monday, February 16, 2009
Key Features of Interim Budget 2009 - 2010


Interim Budget leaves direct taxes unchanged...
Key Features of Interim Budget 2009 - 2010
• The Gross Domestic Product increased by 7.5 per cent, 9.5 per cent, 9.7 per cent and 9 per cent in the first four years from fiscal year 2004 - 05 to 2007 - 08 recording a sustained growth of 9 per cent for three consecutive years for the first time. The growth drivers for the period were agriculture, services, manufcturing along with trade and construction.
• Due to revision in Educational Loan Scheme by the Government number of beneficiaries increased from 3.19 lakh to 14.09 lakh and amount of loan outstanding increased from Rs.4500 crore as on March, 31, 2004 to Rs.24260 crore as on September 30, 2008.
• 500 ITIs upgraded into centers of excellence. National Skill Development Corporation created in July, 2008 with initial corpus of Rs.1000 crore.
• Scope of the pre-metric scholarship for children of those engaged in unclean occupations expanded and rates of scholarship duubled in 2008-09. Annual ad-hoc grant increased by about 50 per cent as compared to earlier rates.
• Two new schemes - 'Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme' to provide pension of Rs.200 to widows between age groups of 40-64 years and 'Indira Gandhi National Disability Pension Scheme' to provide pension for severely disabled persons.
• Widows in the age group of 18-40 years to be given priority in admission to ITIs, Women ITIs National/Regional ITIs for women. Government to bear cost of their training and provide stipend of Rs.500 per month.
• Government approved implementation of Guidelines on Corprate Governance in Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) in June, 2007.
• Recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission approved by the Government has benefited over 45 lakh Central Government employees including Defence Forces and Para-Military forces and over 38 lakh pensioners.



Tuesday, November 11, 2008
INCOME TAX 2008-09
INCOME TAX CALCULATION FOR THIS YEAR 2008-2009:
Taxable Income Slab (Rs.) Rate (%)
Up to 1,50,000 Nil
Up to 1,80,000 (for Women) Nil
Up to 2,25,000 (for RI of 65 years or above) Nil
1,50,001 - 3,00,000 10
3,00,001 - 5,00,000 20
5,00,000 upwards 30*
*A surcharge of 10 per cent of the total tax liability is applicable where the total income exceeds Rs 1,000,000 Note :Education cess is applicable @ 3 per cent on income tax, inclusive of surcharge if there is any. The aggregate amount of deduction under sections 80C, 80CCC and 80CCD shall not exceed Rs. 1,00,000 (Section 80CCE)
House rent paid for own residence: (Section 80GG) That will be entitled to a deduction in respect of house rent paid by an employee in excess of 10 per cent of his total income, subject to a ceiling of 25 Per cent thereof or Rs. 2000 per month, whichever is less. The total income for working out these percentages will be computed before making any deduction under section 80GG. Tax concessions make home loans more attractive: Repayment of the principal amount of a home loan, maximum deduction of Rs.1 lakh (Rs 1,00,000) is allowed per year. The entire amount of interest paid is allowed as deduction of Rs.1.5 lakh (Rs 1,50,000) is allowed.
Below the simple calculation of Annual Payment for those employees
having Basic Pay from Rs.9,840 to Rs.18,000 and
their approximate taxable amount even if they saved Rs one lakh,
additionally not to taken any extra income sources for claculating...
Basic Pay Grade Pay Income P.M.* Income P.Y.* Tax - 1,50,000.* Tax - 2,50,000.*
7440 2400 16222 194669 44669 NIL
7740 2400 16661 199937 49937 NIL
8040 2400 17100 205205 55205 NIL
8340 2400 17539 210473 60473 NIL
8640 2400 17978 215741 65741 NIL
8940 2400 18417 221009 71009 NIL
9240 2400 18856 226277 76277 NIL
9540 2400 19295 231545 81545 NIL
8370 2800 18172 218066 68066 NIL
8710 2800 18670 224035 74035 NIL
9050 2800 19167 230004 80004 NIL
9390 2800 19664 235973 85973 NIL
9730 2800 20162 241942 91942 NIL
10070 2800 20659 247910 97910 NIL
10410 2800 21157 253879 103879 3879
9300 4200 21581 258972 108972 8972
9710 4200 22181 266167 116167 16167
10120 4200 22780 273362 123362 22362
10530 4200 23380 280558 130558 30558
10940 4200 23979 287753 137753 37753
11350 4200 24579 294948 144948 44948
11760 4200 25179 302143 152143 52143
12170 4200 25778 309338 159338 59338
12580 4200 26378 316534 166534 66534
12990 4200 26977 323729 173729 73729
13400 4200 27577 330924 180924 80924
13810 4200 28177 338119 188119 88119
* approximately Monthly Payment = Basic Pay + Grade Pay + D A + H R A + T A Yearly Payment = 12 x Monthly Payment (Additional Income to be added : SPL allowances, Over time allowance, PWS profit, NDA, NSB, Incentive etc.)
Housing Loan is only the source to reduce
the taxable amount,
eventhough the interest of housing loan is flucuated.
SECTION – 80C
The single most important provisions for investers.
The governement in order to encourage savings, gives tax deduction
to particualr financial invetments as decided in section 80C of the Income Tax.
These investments are often referred to as 80C investments.One can invest
up to Rs 1 lakh in approved schemes and save taxes up to Rs 30,000.
That is, in all instruments put together and the entire amount of
Rs one lakh will be deducted from your taxable income.
Section Investments Amount Particulars
80C NSC, Notified Bank Deposits, Post Office Time Deposits,EPF, PPF, ELSS, LIC Cannot exceed Rs.1 lakh Payment has to be made before 31 March 2008
80CCC Pension Plans of life insureres Cannot exceed Rs.1 lakh Payment has to be made before 31 March 2008
80D Medical Insurance Policy-Any member of Family (HUF) For Senior Citizens up to 20,000 Others Rs.15,000 Paymet should be made through a Cheque
80DD Medical Treatment for Disability Dependant Rs 50,000 for a person with disability Rs 75,000 for severe disability Medical Certificate should be made
80DDB Medical Treatment for Specified Diseases (Cancer,AIDS,Neurological etc.) Rs.40,000(Age of below 65) Rs.60,000(Age of 65 and above) Certificate in Form No.10-I to be submitted
80E Payment of Interest on Loan for Higher Studies Deduction available on the total interest amount of Education Loan Only for Eight Immedaitely Succeeding assessment years
80G Donations to certain funds and charity 50 or 100 percent deduction on the entire donated amount Nil
80GG Rent paid for Residential purpose Excess of actual rent paid over 10 percent of GTI or 25 percent of GTI or Rs.2,000 per month, whichever is the lowest Should not be getting House Rent Allowance
80U Expenses incurred on self, if disabled Rs 50,000 for a person with disability Rs 75,000 for severe disability Medical Certificate should be made

Thursday, 25 June 2009

Tentative list of SeArs getting ACP under MACPS

Sl No. Name Designation I/II/III ACP wef Grade pay
1. Adhimoolam N Sr.Ar III 1.9.08 4600
2. Agoramoorthy.L Sr.Ar III 27.12.08 5400
3. Amjad Khan Sr.Ar III 1.9.08 4600
4. Anand.N Sr.Ar III 1.9.08 4600
5. Anandaraj.G Sr Ar III 1.9.08 4600
6. Anbarasu.M Sr.Ar III 1.9.08 5400
7. Anitha Santhosh Sr.Ar II 30.1.09 4600
8. Annamalai.C Sr.Ar III 1.9.08 4600
9. Aravinda Babu.T Sr.Ar III 1.9.08 4600
10. Arumugam.S I Sr.Ar III 1.9.08 4600
11. Arunodhayam.S.S Sr.Ar III 1.9.08 4600
12. Ashokan R Sr.Ar II 1.9.08 4600
13. Asokan.S III Sr.Ar III 1.1.09 4600
14. Athivel.G Sr.Ar II 1.9.08 4600
15. Ayyanar.R Sr.Ar II 1.9.08 4600
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Circular 14

ALL INDIA AUDIT & ACCOUNTS ASSOCIATION
AUDIT LEKHA BHAWAN
15/1089-90, VASUNDHARA, VASUNDHARA (P.O.), Dt. GHAZIABAD (U.P), PIN-201012
Ph: 0120-2881727/4101593/ 0 – 98681 45667
E-mail: auditflag1923@gmail.com
Website: www.auditflag.blogspot.com

Reference: AIA/Circular 14/2009 Date: June 5, 2009

To
Unit Secretaries,
Members of Women's Committee &
Members & Spl. Invitees – NE

Dear Comrades,

Minutes of Bilateral Meeting with Pr Director, Staff

The minutes of the bilateral meeting with Pr. Director, Staff on 20th April 2009 has been received. The same is reproduced.
As you will see from the responses of the Pr Director, Staff there is some forward movement on resolution of the staff problems, though it may not be upto the level one would expect it to be.
We will have to understand that the policy of engaging the administration in continued dialogue while backing our demands with programmatic actions without compromising on basic tenets has in the long run started yielding some results.

CAG writes to Govt on Grant of GP 4200 to Auditor/Accountant

In the bilateral meeting on 20th April 2009 PD, Staff had agreed to take the issue of placing of Auditors/Accountants in PB2 with Grade Pay 4200. We are informed by the administration that the administration has already written to the Govt. on this issue of placement of Auditor/Accountant in PB2, GP 4200.

Cadre Review Report

We are informed that Cadre Review Report has been finalised and it has been submitted to CAG for approval. We have been assured by CAG that the Association would be consulted before its implementation. The administration has so far refused to divulge even a hint on what the report contains, except stating that they will share the report with Association once it is approved by CAG.
With greetings,

Yours fraternally


(M. S. Raja)
Secretary General



RECORD NOTE OF DISCUSSION WITH PRINCIPAL DIRECTOR (STAFF)

Copy of CAG's office letter No.227 NGE (JCM)/17 -2009 dated 26.05.2009.
To
The Secretary General,
All India Audit & Accounts Association,
Audit Lekha Bhawan, 15/2089090,
Vasundhara (P.O.)
Distt. Ghaziabad (U.P)
Pin-201012.

Subject: - Record Note of discussion with Principal Director (Staff)
I am to invite a reference to the Agenda meeting held by the Principal Director (Staff) with the representatives of All India Audit & Accounts Association on 20.4.2009 at 3 P.M. A Record Note of Discussion to agenda items is enclosed herewith.
Sd/-
(Saurabh Narain)
Asstt. Comptroller & Auditor General (N)
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS WHO ATTENDED THE AGENDA MEETING HELD BY PRINCIPAL DIRECTOR (STAFF) WITH OFFICE BEARERS OF THE ALL INDIA AUDIT AND ACCOUNTS ASSOCITION ON 20.04.2009 AT 3.00 P.M.
Shri Deepak Anurag Principal Director (Staff)
Shri Saurabh Narain AC (N)
Shri M.L.Tamrakar AO (JCM)
Shri M.S.Raja Secretary General (of the Association)
Shri M.Duraipandian President (of the Association)
Shri V.Nageswar Rao Addl. Secretary General (of the Association)
Shri V.Sreekumar Addl. Secretary General (of the Association)
Shri A.S.Rawat Asstt. Secretary General (of the Association)


Demand No: 1. a) Vacate victimisation of Association activists.
b) Allow democratic functioning of Association without interference from administration
PD (Staff) stated that issues relating to so called victimisation in the context of the situation in Kerala had already been discussed by the Association in their informal meeting with CAG of India. CAG had laid down boundaries for both sides to pursue and that nothing could be stated in the present meeting beyond this. However, specific instances of 'interference' or 'victimisation' could be discussed. Thereafter, following specific instances were brought up by the Association.
1. Uniform quorum: PD (Staff) stated that the associations were requested to observe a uniform quorum of 1/3rd in the Executive Committee/ General Body meetings after receiving a clarification in this regard from DoPT. About 90% of the Associations had amended their constitutions to make provision for the same. The Association highlighted organisational problems with such a quorum as it was difficult to attain. After deliberation, it was decided to reserve the issue for discussions at higher level.
2. Amending Association's constitution to provide for Biennial Conference: PD (Staff) stated that the CCS (RSA) Rules required submission of annual accounts. However, the Association, due to the Triennial Conference, was unable to provide annual accounts. Hence, the move to seek the said amendment. It was agreed that Association would provide annual accounts after these were approved by the Executive Committee.
3. Re-verification of membership of associations in Tamil Nadu: It was informed that the concerned field office had received fresh applications for recognition of associations. During scrutiny, it was observed that some of associations seeking recognition were named after national personalities. This was not covered under the provisions of CCS (RSA) Rules. The matter has been referred to the DoPT for opinion. The clarification is awaited. However, the issue of re-verification of membership of associations other than the fresh applications of disputed proposed associations would e looked into. Likewise, present situation in Nagpur would also be checked.
4. Grant of special casual leave for organisation work and to members of SO (Commercial)/ AAO (Commercial) Associations in Kerala: The PD (Staff) stated that the issue would be examined afresh in the context of GOI's decisions in this regard.
5. Suspension of Shri P.C.Parikh of Rajkot office: - PD (Staff) stated that the Headquarters would look into the matter after obtaining facts of the case from Rajkot office.
Demand No. 2: Strengthen Audit & Accounts to Safeguard People's Right-
a) Stop down sizing; Stop outsourcing & privatisation of Audit & Accounts; Scrap curtailment/shedding of Audit functions in the name of Audit Plan.
b) Ensure continuance of the existing Accounting and Auditing methodologies and appropriate party days with scientific work norms.
c) Ensure effective Panchayati Raj Audit & Accounts by sanctioning more posts.
PD (Staff) stated that audit planning using risk based methodologies is integral to modern auditing methods. Risk based audit was in fact always executed in one form or the other. This is essential for effective utilisation of audit resources. PD (Staff) also informed that several initiatives are being discussed in the Department for increasing the reach and effectiveness of audit especially in Green Field Areas.
PD (Staff) intimated that a review of requirement of officers and staff is also underway and this exercise is looking at issues such as officer-staff ratio, work norms, man power requirement and cadre management issues. The Association will be taken into confidence at an appropriate stage.
PD (Staff) also informed that staff strength in the Department has been reduced due to attrition and application of GOI instructions on filling up of posts/recruitment. However, this position has now been reviewed and it has been decided to take up recruitment at the level of auditors and DEOs. While in newly created Accounts Officers recruitment to the post of Accountants is also being taken up, in other Accounts Offices recruitment will be considered only after staff requirements are reassessed based on a work study and evolution of new work norms.
Demand No. 3: Re-designate LDC as Audit/Accounts Assistant, grant PB-1, GP 2800 (4500-7000 pre- revised) and grant the following pay scales to other cadres maintaining vertical relativity.
Auditor/Accountant/Steno Gr II : PB2, GP 4200
SA/Steno Gr I : PB2, GP 4600
SO/AAO/Private Secretary : PB2, GP 4800
& PB3 GP 5400 on completion of 4 years
AO : PB3, GP 6600
SAO : PB3, GP 7600
As regard Association's query on pay scale of DEO appearing in advertisements brought out by SSC, it was stated that pre-revised pay scale of Rs.4000-6000/- was mentioned in the requisition. However, it would be checked with the SSC whether they had advertised pay scale of DEO as Rs.4500-7000/- (pre-revised) as brought up by Association.
As regard the pay scales and re-designation of cadres, it was stated by PD (Staff) that these matters are part of the ongoing process of cadre review which would probably be concluded in next 3-4 months. The Association would be taken in to confidence in this regard at an appropriate stage. PD (Staff) further stated that grant of grade pay of Rs.4200/- to Auditor/Accountants would be taken up once again with the Ministry of Finance.
Demand No.4: Fill up all vacant posts and sanction adequate post as per the agreement of 16.10.1992.
PD (Staff) stated that direct recruitment is being undertaken in Auditor cadre in offices where the vacancy position in Sr. Auditor/Auditor cadre is more than 35% of the sanctioned strength. Further, it was also informed that requisitions for filling up of a total of 921 vacancies of Auditors/Accountants had already been placed with SSC through recruitment examinations of 2006 and 2008. The SSC would also forward shortly 500 dossiers for the posts of Auditors from amongst selected candidates of examination conducted last year. In addition, requisitions for filling up 800 vacancies of DEOs have also been placed with the SSC. Direct recruitment of Accountants is being made for newly created deficit offices i.e. Uttrakhand, Arunachal Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram. PD (Staff) further stated that bulk recruitment was not being taken up in any cadre as it would create stagnation in future. Therefore, the process adopted was one of staggered inductions.
Demand No.5: a) Amend Company Law and DPC Act for Audit of Public Sector Undertakings/ & Corporations even after reduction of Government share to below 50%.
b) Amend Company Law to ensure the Audit by IA&AD of all Public Limited Companies listed with Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).
c) Enact necessary law to bring audit of all Public Financial Institutions by IA&AD.
Not discussed.
Demand No. 6: Step up of pay of senior promotees who exhausted ACP, in the event of juniors drawing more pay on getting ACP.
Not discussed.
Demand No.7: Grant ACP on hierarchical pattern.
PD (Staff) stated that after analysis and examination of the modified ACP scheme, it was felt that this was more advantageous in the long run for our staff as it allowed 3 upgradations. Further, other measures could be considered departmentally for alleviating at the level of Group 'D' and Clerks.
Demand No. 8: Re-designate Supervisor as Section Officer and grant further promotion upto AO/SAO; earmark 20% of AAO (SO) cadre for Supervisors.
It was stated that this issue was also a part of ongoing process of cadre review. The strength of Supervisor would be decided taking in to account the strength of merged cadre of SO/AAOs. However, the percentage may not be 20%.
As regard re-designation of the post of Supervisor, the PD (Staff) stated that this is a bigger issue which could be discussed later.
Demand No.9: Grant promotion to employees against the direct recruitment quota.
As the demand had been settled, it was not discussed with the PD (Staff).
Demand No.10: Regularise the ad-hoc Section Officers by creating sufficient posts promote all SOGE passed hands as one time measure.
As the demand had been settled, it was not discussed with the PD (Staff).
Demand No.11: Restore unilateral transfer policy.
It was stated that restoration of unilateral transfers is not feasible in present situation.
Demand No.12: Restoration of provision of Metal Passes to AAO's working in Railway Audit Offices.
Not discussed.
Demand No.13: Remove the economic criteria for compassionate ground appointment and re-open all past cases.
As the demand had been settled, it was not discussed with the PD (Staff).
Demand No.14: Revise TA/DA rates and permit self certification to claim re-imbursement of food and conveyance charges.
PD (Staff) stated that it was not feasible to allow self certification as a rule for each claim of TA/DA. However, based on the difficulties faced by the staff the matter was referred to the Ministry. The Ministry of Finance, rather than relax any provision of new TA Rules, gave an option of old TA Rules in case officers found it difficult to produce vouchers etc in support of their claim under the new rules.
However, it was assured that a reference would be made to the Ministry of Finance seeking upward revision of old TA/DA rates possibly linking them to the existing price index as it has been done for some other allowances by the 6th CPC.
Demand No.15: Restore the scheme of granting three increments on passing departmental Confirmatory examination.
Not discussed.
Demand No.16: Grant one increment on Pay + Grade Pay of AAO/SO on passing of SOG Examination.
Not discussed.
The following issues, which were not in the Agenda, were also discussed.
Demand No.17: Placement of matriculate Group 'D' officials in PB-1, Grade Pay Rs.1900.
It was stated that the recommendation of 6th CPC did not differentiate between matriculate and non-matriculate Group 'D' on their placement in Pay Band-1 with Grade Pay Rs.1800. The said recommendations related to upgradation of skills of unskilled officials. After re-training, the non-matriculate Group 'D' they would be placed at par with matriculate. Therefore, it is not feasible to grant Grade Pay of Rs. 1900 to matriculate Group 'D' officials.
Demand No.18: Fresh options for SOGE passed A&E officials absorbed in Civil Audit offices.
It was stated that any such request could be examined after the implementation of the scheme.
Demand No.19: Transfer of SOGE (Civil Audit) passed candidates of A&E offices in Civil Audit Offices, wherein vacancies in SO/AAO cadre are limited.
It is stated that the matter would be examined in consultation with the concerned PAsG/AsG.
Demand No.20: Regularisation of daily wage employees.
Pr. Director (S): Pr. Director (Staff) stated that issue of casual labour is under examination.
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Tentative list of AAOs getting ACP under MACPS

Sl.No. Name Designation I/II/III ACP w.e.f Grade pay
1. Abdul Barri AAO II 1.9.08 5,400
2. Alexander Varghese AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
3. Anandhi Sundar AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
4. Andrew Pon Jebakumar AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
5. Arjun Azaria.D AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
6. Arumugam.G AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
7. Aruna.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
8. Asokan.A AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
9. Asokan.P AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
10. Asokan.P.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
11. Asokan.S I AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
12. Ayyavoo.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
13. Babu.C.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
14. Balu. M AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
15. Banumathi.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
16. Baskaran.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
17. Bhuvaneswari.B AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
18. Chandra Seetharaman AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
19. Chandra Sriram AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
20. Chandrakala.G AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
21. Chandrasekaran.K VIII AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
22. Chandrika AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
23. Chellapandi.R AAO II 1.11.08 5,400
24. Chinthamani.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
25. David Jayaraj Ravichandran AAO II 1.9.08 5,400
26. David Solomonrajaiah.J AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
27. Dayalam.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
28. Dayalan.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
29. Dhandapani.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
30. EdwarDanielChandrasekar AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
31. Ezhirasi.G AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
32. Fathima Rosaline Nancy AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
33. Ganesan Sudhakar.M AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
34. Ganesan.G.N AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
35. Ganesan.P.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
36. Ganesh.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
37. Gayathri.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
38. Giridharan.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
39. Giriprasad.R AAO III 1.11.08 5,400
40. Gomathi.M.B AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
41. Gopal.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
42. Govindarajan.J AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
43. Gunaseelan.D.S AAO III 19.6.09 5,400
44. Gunasekaran.S II AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
45. Gunasekaran.T AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
46. Guruprasad.P AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
47. Haridasan.K AAO II 1.9.08 5,400
48. Haripriya.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
49. Hemalatha Padmanabhan AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
50. Hemalatha Ravishankar AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
51. Ilayakumar.A.P AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
52. Ilayalwar.T.D AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
53. Indhumathi.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
54. Jagannathan.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
55. Janakiraman.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
56. Jayakumar.C AAO III 19.6.09 5,400
57. Jayaprakasam AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
58. Jose.N.M AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
59. Kalyani Parthasarathy AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
60. Kanchana.J AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
61. Kannan.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
62. Kannan.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
63. Karthikumar.C.J AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
64. Kasthuri Rangan AAO III 1.11.08 5,400
65. Kothandaraman.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
66. Krishnakumar.K.U AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
67. Kumarasamy.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
68. Lakshmi.T AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
69. Lakshmisankar AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
70. Lalithalakshmi.RAR AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
71. Latha Sundar AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
72. Loganathan.R-I AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
73. Madhavan.R AAO III 19.6.09 5,400
74. Magesh.C AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
75. Mani.M AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
76. Manimozhi.B AAO II 1.9.08 5,400
77. Manimozhi.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
78. Manonmani.P.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
79. Manonmani.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
80. Marappan.P AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
81. Md. Jamaluddin.M.A AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
82. Meiappan.R.Rm AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
83. Mohan.A.G AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
84. Muniappan.P AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
85. Murali.K.K. AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
86. Muralidharan.C.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
87. Muralidharan.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
88. Muralidharan.R AAO III 1.11.08 5,400
89. Muralikrishnan.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
90. Murugesh.Y.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
91. Muthuraman.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
92. Muthuselvaraja.M AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
93. Nagarajan.C AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
94. Nagarajan.M AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
95. Nalini.T.K AAO II 1.9.08 5,400
96. Nandakumar.S II AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
97. Narayanasamy.T.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
98. Narmatha.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
99. Natarajan.N AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
100. Naveena chandran AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
101. Neela.K AAO II 1.9.08 5,400
102. Paaulraj.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
103. Padma.K AAO III 19.6.09 5,400
104. Padmanabham.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
105. Palanisamy.V.P. AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
106. Pandian.V -I AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
107. Panneerselvan.S.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
108. Parthasarathy.D AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
109. Parthasarathy.N AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
110. Parthasarathy.T.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
111. Pitchaimani.K AAO III 1/6/09 5400
112. Prabakaran AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
113. Prithviraj.J AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
114. Pushkala.J AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
115. Pushpalatha Manivannan AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
116. Radashree.G AAO II 1.9.08 5,400
117. Radhakrishnan.B AAO III 19.6.09 5,400
118. Radhakrishnan.K.III AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
119. Radhika Sunil AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
120. Raghunathan.B AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
121. Raghunathan.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
122. Rajagopal.M AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
123. Rajagopal.T.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
124. Rajagopalan.N II AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
125. Rajagopalan.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
126. Rajalakshmi.A.R. AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
127. Rajan.S.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
128. Rajasekaran.J AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
129. Rajasekaran.M AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
130. Rajendran.M.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
131. Rajendran.S.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
132. Raju.A AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
133. Rama.L AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
134. Ramachandran.V -V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
135. Ramakrishnan.I AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
136. Ramanathan.T.K AAO III 1.11.08 5,400
137. Ramasamy.G AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
138. Ramesh.B.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
139. Ramesh.N AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
140. Rameshkrishna.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
141. Ramnath.E AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
142. Ravi.P AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
143. Ravichandran.M.A AAO III 19.6.09 5,400
144. Ravichandran.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
145. Ravishankar.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
146. Rema.M.S AAO II 1.9.08 5,400
147. Revathi.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
148. Sadasivan.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
149. Samidurai.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
150. Santhakumari.R AAO III 19.6.09 5,400
151. Sargunam.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
152. Sathyanarayanan.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
153. Seetharaman.V AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
154. Selvanathan.C AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
155. Selvarajan.P AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
156. Senthilvelu.P.B AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
157. Shivakumar.T AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
158. Shyamsundar.G AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
159. Sivasailam.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
160. Sivashanmugam.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
161. Solaimalai.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
162. Sridharan.S.R AAO III 1.09.08 5,400
163. Srinivasan.S XIII AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
164. Subbaroyan.J AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
165. Subbireddy.P AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
166. Subramani.G AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
167. Subramaniam.S VII AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
168. Sudhakar AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
169. Sundar Rajan.M AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
170. Sundara raman.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
171. Suresh.B AAO II 1.9.08 5,400
172. Tamilarasan.A AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
173. Thangaian.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
174. Thondaiman.A.E AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
175. Udayakumar.P AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
176. Umamaheswari.C AAO III 19.6.09 5,400
177. Umapathy.G AAO III 1.11.08 5,400
178. Usha.T.E AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
179. Vadivel.A AAO II 1.9.08 5,400
180. Varadarajan.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
181. Vedavalli Kannan AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
182. Vembu.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
183. Venkatramani AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
184. Venugopal.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
185. Vijayalakshmi Ravikumar AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
186. VijayalakshmiSampathkumar AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
187. Vijayalakshmi.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
188. Vijayan.S AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
189. Vijayaraghavan IV.R AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
190. Vijayavelu.M AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
191. Visalakswhi AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
192. Viswanath.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
193. Viswanathan.K III AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
194. Viswanathan.P AAO III 1.9.08 5,400
195. Viswesan.K AAO III 1.9.08 5,400

Bilateral meeting with PD Staff on 20th April 2009

Bilateral Meeting with Principal Director of Staff on 20.4.2009



The Agenda items:

1. Vacate victimization of Association activists; allow democratic functioning of Association without interference from Administration.
On Kerala situation Principal Director, Staff stated that he is bound by the parameters set by CAG in his meeting with Association on 27th March 2009. Association presented certain instances where AG (A&E), Kerala is behaving in such a manner that does not befit a human being.
Regarding the suspension of Com PC Parikh, President of Civil Audit Association, Rajkot, Gujarat, Pr Director of Staff stated that suspension for such a long period is not desirable and assured that he would intervene.
The issue of insistence on constitutional amendment on quorum was raised by Association. After detailed discussion, PD Staff agreed to have a re-look and put up to DAI. The situation in Kerala where there are four branch offices in addition to the Main office as well as the difficultly for mustering a minimum quorum in the case of SO (Commercial)/AAO (Commercial) whose membership are scattered all over the country were placed in this context.
Similarly on the issue of amending the constitution of All India Audit and Accounts Association to make it a biennial conference, it was stated by Administration that it was sought for the purpose of ensuring submission of annual accounts. After discussion it was agreed that association will submit annual accounts on adoption by the CWC, subject to approval by triennial conference.
PD, Staff stated that circular on grant of special casual leave for organizational work would be reiterated . It was also assured that non grant of special casual leave to members of SO/AAO(Comml) Association – especially in Kerala – would be attended to.

2. Strengthen Audit & Accounts to Safeguard People’s Rights.
(a) Stop downsizing: Stop outsourcing & privatisation of Audit & Accounts; Scrap curtailment/shedding of Audit function in the name of Audit Plan.
(b) Ensure continuance of the existing Accounting and Audition methodologies and appropriate party days with scientific work norms.
(c) Ensure effective Panchyati Raj Audit & Accounts by sanctioning more posts.

Detailed discussion took place on the item. Association insisted that deepening and widening the scope of audit and accounts is what is expected of the department and is the need of the day when scams upon scams are breaking out every passing day.

PD, Staff sated that a review is being undertaken by the administration on the functional requirements. He assured that our view points are being taken into account in this respect.
We from our side requested that CAG take initiative in demanding more areas of work including audit of listed companies. It was stated by us that once CAG take the lead, we will go all out in mobilizing the public opinion in its favor.

3. Redesign ate LDC as Audit/Accounts Assistant, grant PB 1 Grade Pay 2800(4500-7000 revised) and grant following pay scales to other cadres, maintaining vertical relativity.
Auditor/Accountant/Steno Go II : PB 2, GP 4200
SA/Steno Go I : PB 2, GP 4600
SO/AAO/Private Secretary : PB 2, GP 4800
On completion of 4 years
PB 3, GP 5400
AO : PB 3, GP 6600
SAO : PB 3, 7600

It was stated by administration that they would check how error was crept into the advertisement for the post of DEO giving the pay as pre-revised pay scale of 4500-7000.
The Association stated that creation of cadre of DEO would have future ramifications as that cadre would be out of the hierarchy of cadres obtained in IA&AD. We pleaded for re-designation of the cadre as Audit/Accounts Assistant placing all the existing LDCs in that cadre as one time measure.
It was stated by PD, Staff that the demand under this item would be considered at the time of cadre review/restructuring that is underway that is expected to be concluded in another 3-4 months. He assured that the Association would be consulted before any final decision is taken.
It was assured that grant of grade pay 4200 to Auditor/Accountant would be taken up once again with the MOF.

4. Fill up all vacant posts and sanction adequate post as per the agreement of 16.10.1992.
The Association was informed by PD Staff that the 500 dossiers for the post of Auditor/Accountant have already been received from SSC, in addition to that of DEOs. It was stated that presently, Accountants are recruited only in offices of AsG (A&E) at Uttarakhand, Chhatisgarh and Arunachal Pradesh. IN the case of Auditors, initially, in such offices where the vacancy position is above 35% of the sanctioned strength, the recruitment would be done. We were informed that bulk recruitment in any cadre will created a situation of stagnation in the days to come and hence recruitment would be done in phases. It was assured that there would be continued recruitment in the Auditor cadre
It was further informed that final picture would emerge only after the finalization of cadre review that is under way.



5. Grant ACP on hierarchical pattern...
PD, Staff informed that if we insist on grant of ACP on departmental hierarchy, we may have to forego the recommendation of 6CPC for 3 ACP(which is not based on departmental hierarchy but the hierarchy of grade pay).
To avoid loss to the LDCs, PD Staff stated that the diversion of direct recruitment quota for promotion quota can continue for one or two years more and examinations could be conducted wherever necessarily so that no LDC remains for availing ACP.

6. Re-designate Supervisor as Section Officer; grant further promotion unto AO/SAO; earmark 20% of AAO (SO) cadre for Supervisors.

Regarding re-designation of Supervisor, PD Staff informed that it is a bigger issue that could be discussed later. As regards earmarking 20% of total strength of SO/AAO for promotion of Sir Auditor/Accountant as Supervisor, PD Staff responded positively stating that taking the total strength of SO/AAO cadre to grant promotion to Sass as Supervisor could be considered, but it may not be 20%. He said that this could be discussed along with the cadre review.

7. Restore Unilateral Transfer policy.
It was stated by Pr Director Staff that in the given situation restoration of unilateral transfers is not possible.

8. Revise TA/DA rates and permit self certification to claim re-imbursement of food and conveyance charges.
PD, Staff agreed with the view that present situation is creating certain difficulties for the field staff. But the MOF with whom the issue was raised refused to relax the conditions and rejected the request for permitting self certification, instead gave an option of retaining the pre-revised set up, informed PD staff. The Department would write to government requesting to revise the old rates commensurate with the prevailing price line, assured PD staff.

9. Placement of all matriculate Go Ds in PB 1, Grade Pay 1900.
The scheme does not differentiate between matriculate and non matriculate on placement to PB 1, but only on upgrading the skill of the unskilled. Hence it is not possible to grant GP of 1900 to matriculate Gr D, informed PD staff.

Travel Entitlements for LTC

No.31011/4/2008-Estt.(A)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
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New Delhi, the 3'" June, 2009.
Subject:-Travel entitlement for the purpose of Leave Travel
Concession.
The undersigned is directed to refer to O.M. of even No. dated
23rd September, 2008 which says that the travel entitlements while on
LTC and official tour/transfer will be the same but no daily allowance
shall be admissible for travel on LTC. Subsequently, the Ministry of
Finance, vide their O.M. No. 7(1)/E.Coord.l2008 dated 10th November,
2008, had stipulated that in the case of travel on LTC for those entitled
to travel by air, only the cheapest economy fare ticket will be allowed,
irrespective of their entitlements on tour. A number of references are
being received in this Department to restore the travel entitlements as
per the O.M. dated 23rd September, 2008.
2. The matter has been examined in this Department in
consultation with the Ministry of Finance and it has now been decided
to restore the travel entitlements for LTC as stipulated vide O.M. dated
23rd September, 2008. The Ministry of Civil Aviation may bring out a
scheme on the lines of LTC 80 for travel by business class. The officers
and/or their families may chose to travel on LTC by any airline
provided the fare does not exceed the fares offered by NACIL (Air
India) under their new LTC scheme for business class.
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Encashment of leave during LTC new instructions

No. 14028/4/2009-Estt. (L)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
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New Delhi, the ~o(JJune,2009.
Subject:-Encashment of earned leave alongwith Leave Travel
Concession while in service.
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The undersigned is directed to refer to Rule 38-Aof CCS(leave)
Rules, 1972 regarding encashment of earned leave alongwith LTC
while in service which says that Government servants are permitted to
encash earned leave upto 10 days at the time of availing Leave Travel
Concession subject to the condition that earned leave of at least an
equivalent duration is also availed of by the Government servant
simultaneously. This Department has been receiving a number of
references from various Ministries/Departments to waive this condition
citing practical problems faced by them as the facility of LTC is also
admissible while availing Casual Leave.
2. The matter has been examined in this Department in
consultation with the Ministry of Finance and it has now been decided
to permit Government servants encashment of earned leave upto 10.
days at the time of availing LTC without any linkage to the number of
days and the nature of leave availed while proceeding on LTC.
3. These orders shall take effect from the date of issue.
4. Formal amendment to the provisions of CCS(Leave) Rules,
1972 are being issued separately.
5. Hindi version will follow.

New Health Insurance

Table of Contents
BACKGROUND 3
NAME OF THE SCHEME 3
BENEFICIARIES 4
STRUCTURE OF CGEPHIS 4
Sums Insured / Policy Limits 4
Expected Number of beneficiary families 4
Scheme Floater Sum Insured 5
Family Size / Age Limit 5
Insurance Coverage 5
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: APPLICANT’S PROFILE 5
Contact Details 5
Experience in Health Insurance 6
Resource Group 6
INPUTS SOUGHT FROM THE APPLICANTS 7
Enrolment of beneficiaries 7
Claims 7
Free OPD Consultation 8
Capacity Building 8
Smart cards 8
Grievance Redressal 8
Web-based MIS 9
IEC Plans 9
OPD Coverage Limit 9
Management of OPD Corpus 9

BACKGROUND
Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) is a scheme for providing health care to serving Central Government employees and their dependant family members. Over the years, the scheme has been extended to cover central government pensioners, their dependant family members and certain other categories like members of parliament and ex-members of parliament, freedom fighters etc. Employees of some select autonomous bodies as also PIB accredited journalists have also been extended CGHS facilities on cost-to-cost basis in Delhi.
Central Government Health Scheme is available in 25 cities [Delhi (including Noida, Gurgaon, Faridabad, and Ghaziabad), Ahemdabad, Allahabad, Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Dehradun, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Jammu, Kanpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Meerut, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, Pune, Ranchi, Shillong and Thiruvanthapuram]. Central Government Employees living outside the CGHS areas are entitled to reimbursement for medical attendance and treatment under the Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules [CS(MA) Rules]. Pensioners of the Central Government are not covered under these rules. At present, Central Government Pensioners living in non-CGHS areas are paid a sum of Rs. 100 p.m. for meeting their medical expenditure. Consequently, there has been a long standing demand from Central Govt. pensioners residing in non CGHS areas for medical services at par with those available to Central Govt. pensioners in CGHS areas. The VIth Pay Commission has recommended the introduction of a health insurance scheme in lieu of the CGHS.
Government of India, therefore, proposes to provide inpatient health care services to their all personnel of the Central Government including All India Service officers, serving and retired, and others who are covered under the existing CGHS (Central Government Health Services) and under CS (MA) Rules [Central services (Medical attendance) Rules] through a Health Insurance Scheme catering to their health care requirements. The proposed scheme shall be on voluntary basis for current set of employees & pensioners but compulsory for future employees & pensioners. The existing CGHS beneficiaries will have an option to avail CGHS facilities for OPD requirements and the insurance scheme for inpatient treatment.
With the introduction of health insurance scheme, the Central Government Employee (existing/ retired) will have the choice to select the best available health facilities for meeting their health care and can get best available treatment in areas in the close proximity.
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India invites Expressions of Interest from Insurers and Health Insurance consultants for the proposed scheme.
NAME OF THE SCHEME
The name of the proposed scheme is Central Government Employees & Pensioners Health Insurance Scheme (CGEPHIS).

BENEFICIARIES
All personnel of the Central Government including All India Service officers, serving, newly recruited, retired and retiring and others who are covered under the existing CGHS(Central Government Health Services) and under CS (MA) [Central Services (Medical Attendance) Rules] Rules shall be offered Health Insurance Scheme on voluntary or on compulsorily basis . This could be:
1. CGEPHIS shall be compulsory to new Central Government Employees who would be joining service after the introduction of the health Insurance Scheme.
2. CGEPHIS shall be compulsory to new Central Government retirees who would be retiring from the service after the introduction of the Insurance Scheme.
3. CGEPHIS would be available on voluntary basis for the existing Central Government Employees and pensioners serving in CGHS area/ covered by CGHS. In this case such serving Central Government Employees and Central Government existing Pensioners shall have to opt out of CGHS scheme. They will also have the option of choosing both CGHS and Insurance policy. In such case the total premium has to be born by the beneficiary.
4. CGEPHIS would also be available on voluntary basis for the existing serving employees and pensioners in non-CGHS areas not covered by CGHS. In this case such serving Central Government Employees and existing Pensioners (who have opted for CGHS facility) shall have to opt out of CGHS scheme. They will also have the option of choosing both CGHS and Insurance policy. In such case the total premium has to be born by the beneficiary.

STRUCTURE OF CGEPHIS
Sums Insured / Policy Limits
The scheme shall provide coverage for meeting all expenses relating to hospitalization of beneficiary members up to Rs. 500,000/- per family per year subject to stated limits on cashless basis through smart cards. The benefit shall be available to each and every member of the family on floater basis i.e. the total reimbursement of Rs. 5 .00 lac can be availed by one individual or all members of the family. The sub-limits mentioned herein form part of the overall annual, family limit.
Head Sub-limit (Rs. / per admission)
Domiciliary hospitalization 50,000
Maternity benefit 50,000
Expected Number of beneficiary families
It is expected that a minimum of 2, 00,000 families shall join CGEPHIS in the 1st year but the Government proposes to invite bids for the following numbers with varying guaranteed numbers.
Number of families Minimum Guaranteed Number of families
2,00,000 to 3,00,000 2,00,000
3,00,001 to 5,00,000 3,00,000
Scheme Floater Sum Insured
An additional sum of Rs. 15 crore shall be provided as Buffer / corporate floater to take care of hospitalization expenses of a family (per illness or annual) exceed the original sum insured of Rs 5.00 lac. In all such cases an additional amount up to Rs. 5.00 lac per family shall be provided from the Scheme Floater, on the recommendation of the committee set up by the Central government/ Nodal agency.
Family Size / Age Limit
1. Serving Employees: Self, spouse, two dependent children and dependent parents (New born shall be considered insured from day one).
2. Retired Employees: Self, spouse and one dependent child.
3. Additional dependent family member can be covered under the scheme by paying the fixed percentage of premium per additional dependent family member. The premium shall be borne by the beneficiary.
4. All beneficiaries shall be insured till survival.
5. The definition of dependent shall be as per guidelines issued by Central Government.
Insurance Coverage
In addition to the coverage afforded under a standard medical insurance policy, the following shall also be covered under CGEPHIS:
1. Pre-existing diseases
2. Maternity benefit
3. Day-one Coverage for all diseases
4. New-born babies
5. Pre and Post hospitalization cover of 30 days and 60 days respectively
6. Domiciliary Hospitalization

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: APPLICANT’S PROFILE
Contact Details
Name of the organization
Insurer or Health Insurance Consultant
Postal Address
Website
Phone (with STD code)
Fax (with STD code)
Contact person’s name
Contact person’s mobile phone
Contact person’s e-mail ID
Experience in Health Insurance
Please give details of five, government-sponsored major health insurance schemes which you have, individually or as an organization, been associated with as insurers or as health insurance consultants.
S.No Sponsoring Ministry / State Name of the Scheme Insured persons Families Insured (number)
1
2
3
4
5
Resource Group
Please give details of resource persons currently in your employ who would be responsible for CGEPHIS activities
S.No Name Qualifications Experience in Insurance industry Area of Specialization


1



2



3



4


INPUTS SOUGHT FROM THE APPLICANTS

(Based on the aforementioned background and indicative policy structure, inputs are sought from the applicants on the issues as follows. It is expected that the applicants will give inputs based on their experience of other large health insurance schemes and learnings there from. Please slot your response in the boxes under each heading).
Enrolment of beneficiaries
Since it will be an enrollment driven scheme, especially for the retired personnel, details are sought about the end-to-end enrollment process, documentation, logistics, government intervention, plans to reach out to the beneficiaries and finally delivery of smart cards. This should take into account multiple locations and sizeable number of beneficiaries and, therefore, the timelines. (Please give your views in the box)





Claims
Mapping of insured population with the healthcare infrastructure, service indicators, processes, documentation for all three scenarios need to be elaborated i.e., planned hospitalisation, emergency hospitalisation and admissions in non-panel hospitals. (Please give your views in the box)







Free OPD Consultation
Views are sought on the industry’s ability to organize free OPD consultation inn designated hospitals / nursing homes on panel, free of any charge, in certain designated locations. (Please give your views in the box)


Capacity Building
A scheme of this magnitude may require that the government plays the crucial roles in creating awareness about the scheme, its benefits, procedures, documentation and service levels to the beneficiaries as regards enrollment and claims. This would require building of capacities within the government at multiple locations through multiple fora by training the facilitators representing the government to ensure seamless implementation and delivery. Please state your plans and activities to this end. (Please give your views in the box)




Smart cards
Single Smart Card for all beneficiaries would be required; carrying all personal details, biometric data, medical history, policy limits etc. to the CGEPHIS members. Please elaborate all related issues like smart card specifications, logistics plans , OTC issuance of cards , district-based card-kiosks , POS machine installations & other hardware at the hospitals’ end, connectivity , transfer of data, payment mechanism etc. across the country. (Please give your views in the box)




Grievance Redressal
A structured and layered grievance redressal mechanism needs to be in place to attend to the beneficiaries’ issues regarding enrollments, cards, claims and service standards. This mechanism is to be accessible at district / state / centre levels. Please give your observations as regards the structure, processes and timelines involving grievance redressal. (Please give your views in the box)



Web-based MIS
This is one of the most critical aspects of the scheme. A web-based, real-time MIS is to be created which will track, on one hand, the status of each beneficiary as regards his enrollment details, smart cards and claims preferred by him. On the other hand, it should give a wide combination of statistics to the government enabling government to monitor various macros. Besides country-wide, the data should be available for each district and state. Please elaborate on the structure and technical specification of the same. (Please give your views in the box)



IEC Plans
Drilled-down Info/Education/Communication requiring the beneficiaries to understand the scheme, especially at the Non-CGHS locations & for the retirees in both CGHS & Non-CGHS locations. This should include awareness about the scheme, facilities and “How-to-access-facilities”. A combination of vehicles such as newspapers / pamphlets / radio / TV / public announcements / website of the Insurer, riding piggy-back on govt. machinery, health camps etc. could be used. Please state appropriate plans. (Please give your views in the box)





OPD Coverage Limit
It’s being contemplated to provide OPD coverage of Rs.10, 000 per family per annum through panel hospitals only. We seek your views on practicality of this cover from the point of view of service capabilities of the insurance industry as well as the attendant cost of this cover. Please give your inputs as well as an indicative premium for this cover. (Please give your views in the box)



Indicative Premium Rate per family per annum: Rs.

Management of OPD Corpus
Over and above the OPD coverage of Rs. 10,000 per family per annum, it is contemplated to take care of the additional OPD expenses of a family through an OPD corpus. This corpus shall be fully funded by the Government but managed by the insurers. Views are sought on the structure, servicing methodology, tie-up with hospitals, concessional charges for treatment, funds-flow, documentation and audit of such a corpus. (Please give your views in the box)



Coverage of AIDS
Coverage of expenses towards treatment of Aids may also be sought by the Government which generally happens to be a exclusion in a standard medical insurance policy. (Please give your views in the box)



Health Check-up
The scheme proposes to include a general health check up for all beneficiaries at least once a year. Please detail elements of health check-up, process , service network etc. ( Please give your views in the box)




Medical Equipments etc.
Under the CGHS, medical equipments like oxygen concentrators, hearing aids, C Pap Machines, IOLs for Cataract Surgeries etc. are also provided. Should these be provided under the proposed health insurance scheme? ( Please give your views in the box)



Dental Procedures
The CGHS provides for certain dental procedures while such procedures are not covered under most health insurance policies currently available in the market. Should the proposed insurance scheme also include dental procedures? ( Please give your views in the box)



Exclusions
CGEPHIS aims to be a comprehensive insurance scheme. It is , therefore, imperative that all exclusions , standard or otherwise , be known to the Government in ahead of implementation so that there are no surprises. Please list out the exclusions which the insurance industry cannot help but impose. (Please give your views in the box)



Period of Insurance Contract
The period of insurance shall be annual but the Govt proposes to enter into a long-term contract with insurers. Fully appreciating the pricing issues facing renewals of medical policies , the Government is open to the idea of introducing a renewal pricing mechanism which shall be based on burning cost. Views are sought for a 3-year contract with provision for correction of renewal price by way of loading on premium rate. (Please give your views in the box)




Indicative Premium
Applicants are requested to indicate premium rate per family for a sum insured of Rs.5.0 lacs per family per annum, including the Scheme Floater sum insured. It is clarified that the premium rate so advised by the applicants shall be purely for building a reasonable estimate of the scheme costs and not for any other purpose. (Please give your views in the box)
Minimum Guaranteed Number of families Indicative premium per family per annum
2,00,000
3,00,000


N.B:
ELIGIBLE HEALTH INSURERS AND OR HEALTH INSURANCE CONSULTANTS MAY SEND IN THEIR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN THE GIVEN FORMAT BY E-MAIL TO “vineet.chawdhry@nic.in” HARD COPIES, DULY ATTESTTED BY AN AUTHORISED SIGNATORY MAY BE SENT TO MR VINEET CHAWDHRY, JOINT SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE, ROOM NO 147-A, A-WING, NIRMAN BHAVAN, MAULANA AZAD ROAD, NEW DELHI. EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST NOT SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY WOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED.

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MINtSTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES AND PENSIONS
(Department of Personnel and Training)
- ORDER
New Delhi, the 9th April, 2009
S.O. 946(E).-In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 and clause 5 of article 148 of the
Constitution read with rule 6 of the Central Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1965 and in supersession
of the notification of the GovemnientofIndia in the Department of Personnel and Training number S.O. 332(E) dated the
20th day of April, 1998, and after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor General ofIndia in relation to persons
serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, except as respects things done or omitted to be done before such
supersession, the President hereby directs that with effect from the date of publication of this order in the Official Gazette,
all c.ivil posts under .the Union, shall be classified as follows :-
S1.No. Description of Posts Classification of posts
(1) (2)
1. (a) A Central Civil pqst in Cabinet Secretary:s scale (Rs. 90000-flXed),
Apex Scale (Rs.80000-flXed) and Higher Administrative Grade plus
scale (Rs. 75500-80000); and
(b) A Central qvil post carrying the following grade pays:-
Rs. 12000, Rs. 10000, Rs. 8900 and Rs. 8700 in the scale of pay o(
Rs. 37400-67000 in Pay Band-4, and Rs, 7600, Rs. 6600 and Rs. 5400
in the scale of pay ofRs. 15600-39100 in Pay Band-3
2. A Central Civil post carrying the following grade pays ;-
Rs. 5400, Rs. 4800, Rs. 4600 and Rs. 4200 in the scale of pay of
Rs.93OQ-34800inPayBand-2.
3. A Central Civil post carrying the following grade pays :-
.Rs. 2800, Rs. 2400, Rs. 2000, Rs. 19QO and Rs. 1800 in the scale of
.pay ofRs. 5200-20200 in Pay Band-I.
4.· A Central Civil post carrying the following grade pays;-
Rs. 1300, Rs. 1400, Rs. 1600, Rs. 1650 in the scale of pay of
Rs. 4440-7440 in IS Scale
GroupD
(till the posts
are upgraded)
Explanation: For the purpose of this order Pay Band, in relation to a post, means the running Pay Bands specified in Part-
A, Section 1 of column 5 of the·First Schedule to the Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2008.
[F. No. 110l2/7/2008-Estt. (A)]
C. B. PALIWAL, Jt. Secy.
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