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Sunday, May 30, 2021

Sad news

 

VERY SAD AND SHOCKING NEWS

 


Com. SAR Mazgaonkar, Ex All India Working President of All India Postal Employees Union Group-C CHQ expired  in hospital at Mumbai on 29th May 2021 due to Covid19. 

This deadly monster has snatched one of our most beloved friend, a very matured, seasoned and knowledgeable trade union leader. 

He was a man of very sweet behaviour and friendly to all. 

After his retirement also he was guiding CHQ and Circle Union Maharashtra.

 

We will miss Com. Mazgaonkar very much. 

He was one of my very intimate and best friends.

We on behalf of NFPE, P3CHQ convey our heartfelt and tearful condolences to the bereaved family members and Comrades of Maharashtra. 

Our respectful homage to Com. Mazgaonkar. 


RED SALUTE COM. MAZGAONKAR 




Pradip. U Khadse 

General Secretary

 DISASTER MANAGEMENT ACT 2005

PREVENTIVE MEASURES TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) ATTENDANCE OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS REGARDING


Friday, May 28, 2021

Preventive Measures

 F.N0.1 1013/9/2014-Estt.A.lll
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)
North Block, New Delhi Dated the 28th May, 2021
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: Preventive measures to contain the spread of Novel
Coronavirus (COVID-19) — Attendance of Central Government officials regarding.
The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department's 0M of even number dated the 6th May, 2021 whereby the instructions regulating the attendance of Central Government employees till 31 st May, 2021 were issued. It has been decided to extend the existing arrangement of attendance of Central Government employees till 15th June, 2021 or until further orders, whichever is earlier.
 
(Umesh Kumar Bhatia)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

Scheme for compassionate appointment – Relaxation of guidelines in the wake of COVID situation- regarding

 http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5601

 COVID-19 VACCINE REGISTRATION AND APPOINTMENT BY POST OFFICES COMMON SERVICE CENTERS

CITIZEN REGISTRATION AND APPOINTMENT FOR VACCINATION USING CO-WIN APPLICATION FROM THE POST OFFICE COMMON SERVICE CENTERS (PO-CSC) AND BRANCH POST OFFICES COMMON SERVICE CENTERS (BO-CSC) . CSC HAD INTIMATED THAT REGISTRATION OF COVID VACCINATION HAS BEEN INTRODUCED IN THE DOP-CSC PORTAL

 RESUMPTION OF BOOKING OF ALL CATEGORIES OF MAILS FOR CHINA & NEW ZEALAND

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https://www.indiapost.gov.in/VAS/Pages/News/ChinaNewZealandResumptionorder.pdf

 FACILITY AVAILABLE FOR CREDIT OF TD/MIS/SCSS INTO ACCOUNT HOLDERS OF PO SAVING ACCOUNT OR BANK ACCOUNT-REGARDING


 PRESS NEWS

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Guidelines for Near to Home COVID Vaccination Centres (NHCVC) for Elderly & Differently Abled Citizens shared by Union Health Ministry with States/UTs

Community-based approach, vaccination sessions nearer to home e.g. at Community Centre, RWA Centre, Group Housing Society Centre, Panchayat Ghar, School buildings etc.

All 60+ citizens with no vaccination or first dose vaccination along with all citizens below 60 years with disabilities are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination at NHCVC

Key learnings from Universal Immunization Programme to be used for reaching the Elderly & Differently Abled citizens under NHCVC

Posted On: 27 MAY 2021 4:47PM by PIB Delhi 

The National Expert Group on Vaccine Administration for Covid-19 (NEGVAC) has recommended the proposal by a Technical Expert Committee of the Union Ministry on the guidelines for Near to Home COVID Vaccination Centres (NHCVC) for Elderly & Differently Abled Citizens. These recommendations have also been accepted by the Union Ministry of Health.  NHCVC for Elderly & Differently-abled citizens would follow a community-based, flexible and people-centric approach, bringing the COVID Vaccination Centres nearer to homes.

The Technical Expert Committee’s recommendations are aimed to ensure vaccination of Senior Citizens and Differently Abled population having limited mobility due to their physical condition. The recommendations are in response to the need to increase access by bringing vaccination services closer to the community while maintaining all necessary precautions and safety measures, as per the Operational Guidelines and Advisories issued from time to time.

These Near to Home COVID Vaccination Centres will be organized specially for the below mentioned eligible population while vaccination for all other age groups will continue at the existing CVCs.

Eligible population for COVID-19 vaccination at NHCVC will include:

  1. All individuals above 60 years age with no vaccination or first dose vaccination.
  2. All individuals below 60 years with disability due to physical or medical conditions.

Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has communicated the detailed guidelines to all the States and UTs.

These guidelines include:

·         A community-based approach to be followed where sessions can be conducted in non-health facility based settings and are nearer to home, e.g. in a community centre, RWA centre/office, panchayat ghar, school buildings, old age homes etc.

·         Based on the cohort of eligible population, District Task Force (DTF) / Urban Task Force (UTF) will decide the location of NHCVC to maximize the reach of services to the target population, reduce vaccine wastage along with causing minimal impact on the existing health services.

·         NHCVC will be linked to an existing CVC for vaccination purpose; the CVC in-charge will be responsible to provide vaccine, logistics and human resources required for vaccination.

·         The site for NHCVC will be pre-identified in collaboration with community groups and RWAs. Such sites could be at Panchayat Bhawan, Sub-Health Centres and Health & Wellness Centres with availability of adequate space, Community Halls, RWA Premises, Polling Booths, Schools etc. and should to have a Vaccination Room and a Waiting Area with appropriate access for the target group, for example ramp for wheel chair access and Observation Room to ensure waiting for 30 minutes post vaccination as per MoHFW Operational Guidelines.

·         Once identified and verified for meeting CVC criteria, all such sites will be registered on the CoWIN portal as NHCVC.

·         DTF /UTF will be responsible for planning and implementation of vaccination at the NHCVC, with full flexibility to adjust the proposed plan as per local circumstances and need. 

·         Each team at NHCVC will comprise of five members – Team Leader (necessarily a Doctor), Vaccinator, Vaccination Officer 1 for Co-WIN registration and/or verification of beneficiary, and Vaccination Officer-2 and 3 for crowd control, assistance to vaccinator, ensuring 30 minutes observation of beneficiaries following vaccination for any AEFI and any other support.

·         In a scenario where there is a group of target beneficiaries under one roof like Old Age Home etc., the NHCVC can be organized at that site as per the Operational Guidelines.

The guidelines also include details regarding:

·         Registration & appointment of beneficiaries - either in advance, on-site or  Facilitated Cohort Registration process on Co-WIN

·         Line listing of Beneficiaries

·         Identification of NHCVC Site and linkage with existing CVC

·         Micro planning for vaccination sessions at NHCVC

·         Facilitate travel of elderly and persons with special needs to Session Site wherever needed

·         Making the Vaccination Center friendly to the elderly and persons with special needs

The Union Health Ministry has advised all States and UTs to direct the concerned officials to take note of these recommendations and undertake prompt necessary action for their detailed planning and effective implementation under the ongoing National COVID-19 Vaccination drive.           

MV/M HFW/COVID Near to Home COVID Vaccination Centres (NHCVC)/27thMay 2021/4

(Release ID: 1722164) 

Thursday, May 27, 2021

 SCHEME FOR COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT – RELAXATION OF GUIDELINES IN THE WAKE OF COVID SITUATION – FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS.

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http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5601

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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE (SOP) FOR HANDLING OF CLAIM CASES ARISING OUT OF LOSS AND FRAUD CASES AND INTRODUCTION OF SIMPLIFIED STANDARDIZED CLAIM FORM

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http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5602

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NATIONAL COUNCIL (JCM STAFF SIDE)



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PAYMENT OF INCENTIVE (PLI)

 FILLING UP OF 11 POST OF STAFF CAR DRIVER IN THE OFFICE OF MANAGER, MAIL MOTOR SERVICE ,CHANDIGARH-160017 ON DEPUTATION/ABSORPTION IN DEPARTMENT OF POST FAILING WHICH DEPUTATION /ABSORPTION FROM OTHER MINISTRIES/DEPARTMENTS OR DEPUTATION/REEMPLOYMENT OF ARMED FORCES PERSONNEL.   (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5600

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OM REGARDING REIMBURSEMENT OF OPD MEDICINES - SPECIAL SANCTION IN VIEW OF COVID-19       CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

https://cghs.gov.in/showfile.php?lid=6092

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

BLACK DAY 26-05-2021










 

 ISSUES FACED BY THE MEMBERS OF PUBLIC DUE TO RESTRICTED FUNCTIONING OF POST OFFICES-REGARDING (DOP)


HAPPY BUDHPURNIMA


 

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

 REGARDING PROVISION OF GRACE PERIOD FOR POSTING OF REGISTERED NEWSPAPERS IN VIEW OF DISRUPTION CAUSED BY SECOND WAVE OF COVID-19 AND SUBSEQUENT LOCKDOWNS/COVID-CURFEWS IN VARIOUS STATES.

(CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdfbind.ashx?id=5598


BENEFITS AVAILABLE IN THE CASE OF DEATH OF A CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE COVERED UNDER NATIONAL PENSION SYSTEM DURING SERVICE   (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

https://pensionersportal.gov.in/Document/NPS_TerminalBenefits_InServiceDeath.pdf

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IMPORTANT INITIATIVES FOR CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES COVERED UNDER NPS

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https://pensionersportal.gov.in/Document/Important_initiatives_under_NPS.pdf

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TERMINAL BENEFITS AVAILABLE TO FAMILY OF A DECEASED GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE AND PROCESS

CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

https://pensionersportal.gov.in/Document/Terminal_Benefits_FP.pdf


 CONFEDERATION CIRCULAR


CHQ CIRCULAR-58



 

Monday, May 24, 2021

 CLARIFICATION ON REGULARIZATION OF ABSENCE DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC PERIOD (ORDER FROM DOP)




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SCHEME FOR COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT –RELAXATION OF GUIDELINES IN THE WAKE OF COVID SITUATION


 APPEAL

Personal attention of all All India office bearers, General Secretaries, Circle, Divisional and Branch Secretaries of NFPE Unions.

Please collect figures of deceased employees due to Covid-19 and submit to NFPE H. Q. as early as possible, so that we can take up issues related to this particularly for Compassionate appointments.

Please acknowledge this message.

 

        R. N. PARASHAR

   SECRETARY GENERAL

                NFPE

Friday, May 21, 2021

NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS SIMPLIFICATION OF PROCEDURE FOR INVESTIGATIONS AND TREATMENT RELATED TO COVID-19 INFECTION (20 MAY 2021) (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)

https://cghs.gov.in/showfile.php?lid=6088

 

Press Statement from CTUs

 

Press Statement from

Central Trade Unions (CTUs)

20th May 2021

OBSERVE 26TH MAY 2021 AS A BLACK DAY FOR INDIAN DEMOCRACY

The Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) has given a call to observe 26th May 2021 as a Black Day For Indian Democracy. That is the day Narendra Modi Government took oath of office in 2014 and then again on 30th May in 2019. 26th May is the day when the Chalo Dilli Kisan Andolan completes 6 months. It is also the day when the All India Strike called by the Central Trade Unions becomes 6 months old.

The call to observe that day as a Black Day is because the Modi Government that has been in office continuously for the past seven years has not only failed to deliver on the tall promises made while assuming office, but is actually acting against the wishes of the toiling people with impunity. It is acting in a blatantly irresponsible manner in the face of the terrible second wave of the Corona pandemic, all on the basis of a brute majority in the Lok Sabha.

• It has simply disowned its responsibility in tackling the Corona pandemic and asked the States to provide medical help to the bewildered population: shortages of vaccine doses, oxygen, hospital beds, even cremation facilities are alarming, with irresponsible announcements of vaccinating the 18-44 age group, only to be withdrawn subsequently, shows that the Government is completely in the dark about what needs to be done in this hour of grave crisis.

• The Government is actually using the pandemic period to push through legislations that are tailored only for the benefit of the Corporates, be it the three Farm Laws or the four Labour Codes or privatisation of everything in the Government or Public Sector.

• It is the toiling people in the unorganised sector, including migrant workers, who need life saving support in terms of food grains, cash subsidy and employment. It is the duty of the Government to mobilise resources for this gigantic task : using FCI stocks, taxing the rich, insuring front-line fighters, providing funds for MNGREGA, bringing in similar employment guarantee scheme for urban areas, and so on. The Government has become paralytic on all these fronts.

• The Government is passing laws that nobody has demanded, be it Farm Laws, Labour Codes, CAA, New Education Policy, pursuing blanket privatisation policy and so on, while refusing to concede any popular demands such as enactment of a law guaranteeing Minimum Support Price for the Farm Produce, bringing Petrol/Diesel under the GST regime, etc.

• While the Government has no funds to tackle the Covid pandemic, it is shamelessly going ahead with "Central Vista Project", costing Rs.20,000 Crore, supposedly to rebuild a new Parliament Building, floating non-transparent funds such as PMCARES, Electoral Bonds, while, in practice behaving in the most undemocratic way – for example, arresting anyone for criticising the Government, refusing to hold tripartite consultations, blatantly using Constitutional Agencies to frighten and browbeat any opposition, as seen from the use of CBI, ED, NIA, Supreme Court, RBI, Election Commission, State Governors against political opponents, engineering defections and undermining elected state governments with the use of money power and use of these Agencies.

This list can be added to. It is time to call a spade a spade. We begin by observing 26th May as the Black Day for Indian Democracy, wearing black badges, putting up black flags.

We resolve on this day, not to rest till we achieve our demands, not to rest till a message is driven home that the toiling people will not remain passive bystanders, watching the Modi Government do as they please.

 We demand:

- Free vaccine for all

- Immediate help to all unemployed people in terms of free food grains and cash subsidy of Rs.7500/- per month

- Repeal 3 Farm Laws, withdraw Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2021, enact law guaranteeing MSP

- Withdraw 4 Labour Codes and convene Indian Labour Conference immediately

- Put a stop to policy of privatisation/corporatisation.

 

CITU  INTUC  AITUC  HMS  AIUTUC  TUCC  SEWA  AICCTU  LPF  UTUC

Thursday, May 20, 2021

 THE HIGH COURT OF MADHYA PRADESH: WPNO.9141/2021 FOR THE BENEFIT OF MEMBERS OF CGHS




ITR filling extended upto 30-09-2021

 

Circular No 9 of 2021

F. No.225/49/2021-ITA-II
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Direct Taxes

New Delhi, Dated 20 May, 2021

Subject: Extension of time limits of certain compliances to provide relief to taxpayers in view of the severe pandemic

The Central Board of Direct Taxes, in exercise of its power under section 119 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as “the Act’) provides relaxation in respect of the following compliances:

1) The Statement of Financial Transactions (SFT) for the Financial Year 2020-21, required to be furnished on or before 31st May 2021 under Rule 114E of the Income-tax Rules, 1962 (hereinafter referred to as “the Rules”) and various notifications issued thereunder, may be furnished on or before 30th June 2021;

2) The Statement of Reportable Account for the calendar year 2020, required to be furnished on or before 31st May 2021 under Rule 114G of the Rules, may be furnished on or before 30th June 2021;

3) The Statement of Deduction of Tax for the last quarter of the Financial Year 2020-21, required to be furnished on or before 31st May 2021 under Rule 31A of the Rules, may be furnished on or before 30th June 2021:

4) The Certificate of Tax Deducted at Source in Form No 16, required to be furnished to the employee by 15th June 2021 under Rule 31 of the Rules, may be furnished on or before 15th July 2021:

5) The TDS/TCS Book Adjustment Statement in Form No 24G for the month of May 2021, required to be furnished on or before 15th June 2021 under Rule 30 and Rule 37CA of the Rules, may be furnished on or before 30th June 2021.

6) The Statement of Deduction of Tax from contributions paid by the trustees of an approved superannuation fund for the Financial Year 2020-21, required to be sent on or before  31st May 2021 under Rule 33 of the Rules, may be sent on or before 30th June 2021:

7) The Statement of Income paid or credited  by an investment fund to its unit holder in Form No 64D for the Previous Year 2020-21, required to be furnished  on or before 15th June 2021 under Rule 12CB of the Rules, may be furnished on or before 30th June 2021.

8) The Statement of Income paid or credited by an investment fund to its unit holder in Form No 64C for the Previous Year 2020-21, required to be furnished on or before 30th June 2021 under Rule 12CB of the Rules, may be furnished on or before 15th July 2021:

9) The due date of furnishing of Return of Income for the Assessment Year 2021-22, which is 31st July 2021 under sub-section (1) of section 139 of the Act, is extended to 30th September 2021.

10) The due date of furnishing of Report of Audit under any provision of the Act for the Previous Year 2020-21, which is 30th September 2021, is extended to 31th October 2021:

11) The due date of furnishing Report from an Accountant by persons entering into international transaction or specified domestic transaction under section 92E of the Act for the Previous Year 2020-21, which is 31st October 2021, is extended to 30th November 2021;

12) The due date of furnishing of Return of Income for the Assessment Year 2021-22, which is 315 October 2021 under sub-section (1) of section 139 of the Act, is extended to 30 November 2021:

13) The due date of furnishing of Return of Income for the Assessment Year 2021-22, which is 30th November 2021 under sub-section (1) of section 139 of the Act, is extended to 31st December 2021;

14) The due date of furnishing of belated/revised Return of Income for the Assessment Year 2021-22, which is 31st December 2021 under sub-section (4)/sub-section (5) of section 139 of the Act, is extended to 31st January 2022.

Clarification 1: It is clarified that the extension of the dates as referred to in clauses (9), (12) and (13) above shall not apply to Explanation 1 to section 234A of the Act, in cases where the amount of tax on the total income as reduced by the amount as specified in clauses (i) to (vi) of sub-section (1) of that section exceeds one lakh rupees.

Clarification 2: For the purpose of Clarification 1, in case of an individual resident in India referred to in sub-section (2) of section 207 of the Act, the tax paid by him under section 140A of the Act within the due date (without extension under this Circular) provided in that Act, shall be deemed to be the advance tax.

(Prajna Paramita)
Director to the Government of India