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NON- STATUTORY DEPARTMENTAL CANTEENS FUNCTIONING IN CENTRAL GOVERNMENT OFFICES PROCURING LICENSE UNDER FOOD SAFETY AND STANDARDS ACT, 2006 AND RULES & REGULATIONS FRAMED THERE UNDER
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel & Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market
New Delhi, dated 02 August, 2018
Subject: - Non- Statutory Departmental Canteens functioning in Central Government Offices procuring License under Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006 and Rules & Regulations framed there under.
The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s D.M. No. 10/1/2004-Dir.(C) dated 30.05.2016 on the above subject and to say that Food Safety & Standards Authority of India has rationalized the license/ registration fee for Departmental tiffin rooms/ canteens functioning in Central Government Offices. All the Non- Statutory departmental tiffin rooms/ canteens having turnover of less than Rs. 12 lakhs per annum would be registered on payment of fee Rs. 100/- per annum and those having turnover of more than Rs.12 lakhs would be licensed on payment of fee Rs. 2000/- per annum.
2. As a facilitation measure, FSSAI is orgainising an on-spot registration camp for departmental canteens having turnover less than Rs. 12 lakhs per annum at FSSAI- HQ on 7th August, 2018. The following documents are required for on-spot registration:-
i) Aadhar Card/ PAN Card
ii) One Passport size photo
iii) Employer ID Card
iv) Fee i.e. Rs 100 (registration fee)
3. All the Ministries/ Departments who have not registered their departmental canteens under Food Safety & Standards Act, 2006 are requested to nominate individual from Canteen Staff for the said on-spot registration camp.
4. For further information/ queries, Sh. Akhilesh gupta, Assistant Director, RCD, FSSAI email@example.com may be contacted.
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Tel No. :- 011-24646961
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AGE RELAXATION FOR EX-SERVICEMEN FOR
APPEARING IN CIVIL SERVICES EXAM
Ministry of Defence
Age Relaxation for Defence Personnel by UPSC
Age Relaxation for Defence Personnel by UPSC
The policy on age relaxation applicable for ex-servicemen for appearing in Civil Services Exam (Group ‘A’ & ‘B’ Posts) is governed by ‘Ex-servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Services and Posts) Rules, 1979’ as amended vide DoP&T Notification No. 36034/1/06-Estt.(SCT) dated 4th October, 2012. The following provisions have been made:-
For appointment to any vacancy in Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ services or posts filled by direct recruitment otherwise than on the result of an Open All India Competitive Examination, the upper age limit shall be relaxed by the length of military service increased by three years in the case of ex-servicemen and Commissioned Officers including Emergency Commissioned Officers or Short Service Commissioned Officers.
For appointment to any vacancy in Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ services or posts filled by direct recruitment on the result of an All India Competitive Examination, the ex-servicemen and Commissioned Officers including Emergency Commissioned Officers or Short Service Commissioned Officers who have rendered at least five years military service and have been released (i) on completion of assignment (including those whose assignment is due to be completed within one year otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency; or (ii) on account of physical disability attributable to military service or on invalidment , shall be allowed maximum relaxation of five years in the upper age limit.
The recruitment in armed forces are governed by their respective policies, rules including recruitment rules, orders on the subject.
This information was given by Raksha Rajya Mantri Dr. Subhash Bhamre in a written reply to Shri Prasanna Acharya in Rajya Sabha today. Source: PIB
CLARIFICATIONS REGARDING HOUSE BUILDING ADVANCE (HBA)
Government of India
Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi,
Subject: Clarifications regarding House Building Advance - reg.
The undersigned is directed to say that in partial modification to the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs OM No. 1.17011/11(4)/2016-H.III dated 09.11.2017 regarding House Building Advance Rules - 2017, the competent authority has approved to modify the provision of para 2(i) in place of the existing provision.
"Constructing a new house on the plot owned by the employee or the employee and the employee's wife/husband jointly with the clear title of the plot"
All the other existing provisions in the said OM of even no. dated 09.11.2017 shall remain same.
(Shailendra Vikram Singh)
CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS SIT OVER 24 LAKH VACANCIES AMID DEBATE OVER JOB DROUGHT
In time of a raging debate over jobless growth, nearly 24 lakh posts are lying vacant with the central and state governments, data compiled from answers to various questions in Parliament show.
A Rajya Sabha question answered on February 8 shows that the largest chunk is the over 10 lakh vacant positions for teachers in elementary (9 lakh) and secondary schools (1.1 lakh).
Apart from the vacancies in the centrally sponsored Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, which provides assistance to states and Union territories to maintain the desired pupil-teacher ratio under right to education norms, the bulk of these vacancies are in the domain of the states and Union territory administrations.
A Lok Sabha question answered on March 27 quoting figures from the Bureau of Police Research & Development stated that there are 4.4 lakh vacancies in civil and district armed police.
The same source showed that an additional 90,000-odd positions vacant in state armed police, taking the total vacancy in police forces to 5.4 lakh across the country.
Law and order being a state subject, these positions are primarily under the state governments.
Railways has 2.5L vacancies among non-gazetted staff
Incidentally, among major economies, India has one of the lowest police-to-population ratios. This is often held to be a major factor in larger law-and-justice issues like pendency of cases and lower conviction rates because of slapdash investigations done by overburdened police. It is not surprising that the judiciary, with crores of pending cases, is also running well below full strength. A Lok Sabha question answered on July 18 points at over 5,800 vacancies in courts.
Answers to Rajya Sabha questions on March 14 and 19 and a Lok Sabha question on April 4 showed that there are over 1.2 lakh vacant positions in the defence services and paramilitary forces. Over 61,000 of these are in paramilitary forces while the aggregate figure for the three defence forces is over 62,000.
Then there are 2.5 lakh vacant posts among non-gazetted staff in the railways, the answer to a Rajya Sabha question on March 16 revealed. It, however, stated that two notifications have been issued in February to fill more than 89,000 of these vacancies.
A Lok Sabha question answered on March 28 points at over 54,000 vacancies in the postal department, another major government employer.
The health sector is another casualty of vacancies in sanctioned positions. A Rajya Sabha question answered on February 6 shows that there are about 1.5 lakh vacancies in these centres. About 16,000 are of doctors or specialists while others include nursing staff.
Times of India | Aug 5, 2018, 12.18 AM IST
APPOINTMENT OF NODAL CPIO FOR RTI APPLICATIONS AND APPEALS – REG (Click the link below to view) https://doe.gov.in/sites/default/files/rti_cpio01082018.pdf
National Federation of Postal Employees
1st Floor North Avenue Post Office Building, New Delhi-110 001
Phone: 011.23092771 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mob: 9868819295/9810853981 website: http://www.nfpe.blogspot.com
No.PF-1(e)2018 Date: 3 Aug 2018
All General Secretaries/NFPE Office Bearers
All Circle Secretaries of NFPE affiliated Unions.
Sub: All India Women’s Study Camp and Convention at Haridwar on 29th & 30th October 2018
Confederation of Central Govt Employees and Workers is going to hold All India Women’s Camp and Convention at Haridwar on 29th & 30th October 2018.
COC. U.P is hosting the Camp & Convention:
Delegate fees has been fixed as Rs 800/-(Eight hundred rupees only)
Accommodation will be provided from the afternoon of 28th October and will remain
available up to 31st October 6 AM.
Food will be provided on 29th & 30th October
The Confederation has allotted quota of 80 delegates to NFPE, which is allocated to all affiliated unions as under .
P- III - 25 P-IV - 20 R-III -15 R-IV -10
Admin - 5 Postal Acctts- 5 SBCO- 5 GDS- 10
All General Secretaries are requested to allot quota to each Circle and direct Circle
Secretaries to select delegates and ask them to book to and from Journey tickets at once to avoid inconvenience as Haridwar and Rishikesh are world fame tourist and pilgrim places and there remains heavy rush always in trains.
With fraternal greetings.
NO PROPOSAL FOR REMOVAL OF CREAMY LAYER
Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment
NO PROPOSAL FOR REMOVAL OF CREAMY LAYER FOR OBCS
The Government has implemented the ‘creamy layer’ concept in pursuance of the Hon’ble Supreme Court’s order in the case of Indra Sawhney and others etc. vs. Union of India and others [(Civil) No. 930/1990]. At present, there is no proposal in the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment for removal of Creamy Layer.
The Government has constituted a Commission on 2nd October, 2017 under article 340 of the Constitution to examine the sub-categorization of Other Backward Classes. The Commission commenced functioning with effect from 11.10.2017 i.e. the date of assumption of charge by the Chairperson. There has been no delay in constituting the panel.
Certain States including Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have introduced sub-categorization within Other Backward Classes reservation quota. The sub-categorization adopted by these States is being studied by the Commission for Other Backward Classes to examine the issues of sub-categorization of Other Backward Classes in the Central List.
This information was given by Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar in a written reply in Rajya Sabha today.