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3rd National Anomaly Committee meeting decisions and discussions | Outcome 15/02/2011

Confederation General Secretary Mr.K.K.N.Kutty published the details of the National Anomaly Committee meeting held on 15th Feb, 2011 in his website. We have reproduced and given the contents of the post hereunder for your information :-

Item No.11.
The Staff side has agreed to specify the items of allowance which requires to be given effect to from 1.1.2006.

Item No.12. & 13
Revision of Transport allowance:
The Staff side is to give a comparative statement indicating the rate of Transport allowance given to various categories to substantiate their demand for having a uniform rate for all Govt. officials.

Item No.14.

Risk and Patient Care allowance to be doubled.
The Government will bring about the Insurance scheme in consultation with the Staff Side within six months. If the scheme is not implemented by that time, these allowances will be doubled.

Item No. 20.
Quantification of daily allowance in case not able to present the bill.The Department of Expenditure will examine the issue further in the light of the discussion and will convey their final decision in the next neeting.

Item No. 28.
Assigning grade pay in PB 3 for Accounts officers.This will be discussed with the Staff Side separately.

Item No. 31.
Child Care leave:
Revised orders have been issued. The demand of the Staff Side that the discretionary powers to grant or otherwise or restrict the number of days presently given to the authorities must be dispensed with will be discussed at the next meeting of the Committee. Continue reading 3rd National Anomaly Committee meeting decisions and discussions | Outcome 15/02/2011

National Anomaly Committee meeting | Outcome & Feedback by AIRF

National Anomaly Committee meeting – Decisions & Discussions

The third meeting of the National Anomaly Committee was held on 15/02/2011. The following items were taken up for discussion. No final decision on any item could be arrived at. It was more or less an exercise to understand the points of view of both sides on these items. We shall in our next communication indicate the outcome of discussion on each item.

Item Nos. 11, 12&13, 14, 20, 28,29&30, 31,37, 38,39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, 46, 49, 50 and 51.

During the discussion the Staff brought to the notice of the official side that the issues pertaining to the employees of Andaman and Nicobar islands, which were taken out of the agenda on the plea that the same would be discussed separately by a Committee to be set up by the Andaman Administration have not been settled. The NGO Association of A & N Islands have brought to the notice of the staff side that the A & N Administration has not taken any steps to resolve the problems even though similar issues pertaining to the employees of Pondicherry and Delhi were settled. The Official side has promised to take up the issue with the concerned in the Home Ministry to ensure that the issues are addressed expeditiously.

The official side has in the Action Taken State has indicated their inability to concede the demand raised by the Staff Side on the following two issues.

(a) Grant of increment in the case of employees whose increment falls between Feb and June. 2006.

(b) Fixing the pay of the promotees on par with the Direct recruits.

Though these issues were not discussed, the Staff Side has said that a resolution to them are urgently needed .

The official side has requested the Staff Side to indicate the items on which further discussions are needed; further details are required; and alternative suggestions could be made within 10 days so that the next and final meeting of the Committee could be convened before 31st March, 2011. It was also decided that the sub-committee of the MACP related issued will meet once again and their report submitted to the NAC .

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Feedback on the 3rd meeting of the National Anomaly Committee – AIRF

3rd meeting of the National Anomaly Committee was held yesterday, i.e. on 15th February, 2011 under the chairmanship of Secretary(P), DoPT(Government of India), wherein the following deliberations were made.

Though we know that no substantial relief has been given, but we hope for some outcome in the meetings likely to be held in future.

Two issues which are very important from our point of view – one is increment from January for those who falls between February and June was virtually rejected by the Ministry of Finance(Expenditure) but yesterday we again raised this issue, and after prolonged discussions, the Secretary, DoP&T had agreed to review the matter. An indication has also been given that if Staff Side agrees for one time exemption, then the issue can be resolved. Continue reading National Anomaly Committee meeting | Outcome & Feedback by AIRF

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Annapurna Scheme: Ministry of Rural Development

Name of the Scheme : Annapurna Scheme

Sponsored by : Central Government

Funding Pattern : The entire fund is financed by the Central government.

Ministry/Department : Department of Rural Development

Description
The Annapurna Scheme aims at providing food security to those senior citizens who have remained uncovered under the National Old Age Pension Scheme (NOAPS) despite being eligible for the scheme. Under the Annapurna Scheme, 10 Kg of food-grains per month are to be provided free of cost to the beneficiaries. Continue reading Annapurna Scheme: Ministry of Rural Development

Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme: Ministry of Rural Development

Name of the Scheme : Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme

Sponsored by : Both: Central & State Government

Funding Pattern
The Scheme is implemented as a Centrally-Sponsored Scheme on a cost sharing basis between the Center and the State in the ratio of 90 and 10 percentages.

Ministry/Department : Department of Rural Development

Description
The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme aims at enhancing the livehood security of people in rural areas by guaranteeing hundred days of wage-employment in a financial year to a rural household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work.

Beneficiaries : Individual,other,

Other Beneficiaries : Rural Person.

Benefit Type : Others,Material

Other Benefits : Employment.

Eligibility criteria
This scheme can be availed by adult members of any rural household who are willing to do public work-related to unskilled manual work at a minimum wage of Rs.100 per day.

How to Avail
The unemployed adults are required to contact the Gram Panchayat in order to avail the scheme.

Validity of the Scheme

Introduced On
02 / 02 / 2006

Valid Upto
27 / 04 / 2011

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Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme (IGNWPS): Ministry of Rural Development

Name of the Scheme : Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme (IGNWPS)

Sponsored by : Both: Central & State Government

Funding Pattern : Fund is financed as 50:50 between Central and State governments.

Ministry/Department : Department of Rural Development

Description
Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme (IGNWPS) is implemented by Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India. The pension is given to the widows aged between 45 and 64 years of age. The applicant should be a household below the Poverty Line as per criteria prescribed by the Government of India. The pension amount is Rs. 200 per month per beneficiary and the concerned state government is also urged to provide the equal amount to the person. The pension is to be credited into a post office or public sector bank account of the beneficiary. The pension will be discontinued if there is the case of remarriage or once the widow moves above the poverty line. Continue reading Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension Scheme (IGNWPS): Ministry of Rural Development

National Family Benefit Scheme (NFBS): Ministry of Rural Development

Name of the Scheme : National Family Benefit Scheme (NFBS)

Sponsored by : Central Government

Funding Pattern : The entire fund is financed by the Central government.

Ministry/Department : Department of Rural Development

Description
National Family Benefit Scheme (NFBS) is implemented by the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India to assist the families living under Below the Poverty Line. The financial assistance is given to the family on the death of the breadwinner in the family. The death of such primary breadwinner should have occurred whilst he or she is 18 to 64 years of age. The amount of assistance is Rs. 10,000. Continue reading National Family Benefit Scheme (NFBS): Ministry of Rural Development

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Name of the Scheme : Dr. Ambedkar National Merit Scholarship Scheme for Meritorious Students of Scheduled Castes/Schedule

 Sponsored by :Central Government

Description : To recognizing, promoting and financially assisting meritorious students belonging to Scheduled Castes for pursuing higher studies.

Beneficiaries : Children

Benefits: Financial Assistance

Eligibility criteria

(i) Students should belong to Scheduled Castes (SC) or Scheduled Tribe(ST).

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Interest-free Education Loan Scheme (IFEL Scheme): Goa

Name of the Scheme : Interest-free Education Loan Scheme (IFEL Scheme)

Sponsored by : State Government

Funding Pattern : By State Government.

Ministry/Department : Department of education, art & culture

Description
The Government of Goa has designed a scheme for Goan students that will grant them interest-free loans for higher education, which means you just have to pay back the principal amount and the Government will bear the interest on it. The scheme has been designed in such a way that repayment of the loan starts one full year after you have completed your education. The duration of the course, for which you need a loan, will determine which financing plan suits you the best

Beneficiaries : Individual,Family,Women,Children Continue reading Interest-free Education Loan Scheme (IFEL Scheme): Goa

Laptop Scheme for teachers: Goa

Details of Laptop Scheme for teachers

Sponsored by : State Government

Funding Pattern :By State Government

Ministry/Department :Department of education, art and culture

Description
Under the scheme interest Free Loans to the extent of maximum of Rs 40,000 shall be provided the eligible regular permanent teachers in Secondary Higher Secondary Schools colleges and Goa University to purchase a Laptop, along with requisite Operating System and software only, of their choice, make brand and configuration. Continue reading Laptop Scheme for teachers: Goa

Goa Scholarship Programme For Diaspora Children (GSPDC) For Higher And Technical Studies In Goa: Goa

Name of the Scheme : Goa Scholarship Programme For Diaspora Children (GSPDC) For Higher And Technical Studies In Goa

Sponsored by :State Government

Funding Pattern:State Government

Ministry/Department:Directorate of Higher Education

Description
The Goa Scholarship Programme For Diaspora Children is applicable to person of indian origin and non resident indian students of Goa origin for pursuing undergraduate studies in Professional and General Courses in Institutions affiliated to Goa University or the Goa Board of Technical Education. Assistance provided under the Scheme shall comprise of financial assistance primarily towards tuition fee, admission fee, and post admission services. Continue reading Goa Scholarship Programme For Diaspora Children (GSPDC) For Higher And Technical Studies In Goa: Goa