ALL VETERANS ARE REQUESTED TO SEE THE WEB SITE & GIVE YOUR VALUABLE COMMENTS/SUGGESTIONS

மத்திய அரசு பணியாளர்களுக்கு கூடுதலாக 3� அகவிலைப்படி உயர்வு

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மத்திய அரசு பணியாளர்களுக்கு கூடுதலாக 3�அகவிலைப்படி உயர்வு-https://www.hindutamil.in/news/india/710354-central-government-staff.html
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ORDER ISSUED TO RESTORE FROZEN DEARNESS RELIEF TO ALL CENTRAL GOVT PENSIONERS INCLUDING DEFENCE & RAILWAYS

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ATTENTION VETERAN BROTHERS SERIES

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Indian Military Veterans
 SPECIAL DRIVE FOR INCLUSION OF NAMES OF ELIGIBLE DEPENDENTS  IN PPO

Dear Veteran Brothers,

There was provision for ENDORSEMENT OF FAMILY PENSION  for Spouse and children and parents.

Now, a circular  is issued  for inclusion of all eligible dependents in the PPO

Like names of widowed/ Divorced/ Un-married daughters./ permanently disabled children/dependent disabled siblings( i.e brothers & sisters) and parents. 

In the latest Discharge books, all the names for whom  Part II has been published  are mentioned.

Also, in the EPPO, there is  heading  as Dependents, where all the names are mentioned.

Now, as per this circular 644, all veterans who have not added the names of eligible dependent members, are now requested to forward application  for inclusion. So that, the family members may not find difficulty in claiming  family pension , when the contingency arises.  The Banks also will not  find it difficulty in switching over  to eligible member.

Note:  There should be Part II order publication for all the members

 Ref: CDA. CIR: 64 , 550 , 639, 644 

All our ESM Associations/ Organisation s are requested to guide our veterans in this regard suitably.

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PLIGHT OF WIDOWS IN GETTING THEIR FIRST PENSION

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Indian Military Veterans


PLIGHT OF WIDOWS  FOR GETTING THEIR FIRST PENSION                                                                                            

As per CDA cicular  213, instructions are given to Banks/ PDAs.

Where ever, Joint Notification and Join A/c is there, there is no need for Form-14.

The Bank/ PDA can  switch over to  Family pension on receipt of intimation/ application  along with Death certificate of pensioner.

But , what is happening is heartening-  Calling for personnel appearance of Widows,  and fresh Documents like Non-Marriage/ Non-employment/ Life certificate / Descriptive Roll and Declaration  with 2 witnesses, attestation by Gazetted Officers and so on.   Thus , delay in switching over.

To get all the documents prepared may take a long time, months. The widows have to take  somebody’s help in this regard, mostly they are not that educated.

 Then the branch will forward it  to their CPPC, and there, they may take their own time, some time raising observations  . Like wise  , the process takes a long time.

In some cases, according to Hindu  customs, the widows are not allowed to come out from home before 41 days  of death of husbands. Here, again  delay.

Due to all these happenings,  it takes about 3 to 6 months  to get the first pension.

 In case of no Joint Notification/ Joint account, it will take months together, some time more than a year or so  to  start first pension.

Till such time, the poor widows have to face the financial hardship  and untold mental agony.

In view of the above  practical happenings, we request the  Banks/ PDAs Authorities  to follow the latest CDA circular 213  and make efforts to switch over to Family pension as early as possible  with humanity . 

We also request our ESM associations/ Organisations  to take up  this Harassment with  respective authorities  where ever possible.

Ref:  CDA cirs : C132, 632, 633, 213

AND  Dept. of Pen & Pen Wel:  No: 12/4/2020-P&PW© 6300 dated 15-05-2020.

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To All URCs / Suppliers & AFD Dealers Msg fm GM,CSD

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To All URCs / Suppliers & AFD Dealers  
Msg fm GM,CSD 
1. All India CSD Depots will be closed for one week. Due to Cases are on the increases in all places.
2. Issues to URCs for May start from 10 May21 in staggered way with essential items only. 
3. It is therefore paramount to break the chain by reducing chances of infection by preventing our stores handing/direct dealing operating. We also need to protect our URC staff and other business partners.
4. AFD portal Closed till 10 May2021 to be reviewed on 08 May21.  
5. Delivery schedule for May stores to 20 June so that we can tell companies to plan delivery accordingly.

Regards 
CSD Depot
Sec-Bad

In view of the CSD depot  being under lockdown till 10 May 21 liquor collection has not been done. Therefore there will be no liquor sales in bison URC till 11 May 21. As and when lockdown is lifted & liquor collected from depot liquor sales Will commence. All will be informed accordingly.
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BUDGET 2021 - INCOME TAX FOR FY-2021-22 AND FILING RETURNS FOR FY 2020-21

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I-TAX 2021 & 2022

BUDGET 2021 - INCOME TAX FOR FY-2021-22 AND FILING RETURNS FOR FY 2020-21

  There is no change either in Income tax slabs or the Tax Rate to what has been for the previous year ie FY - 2020-21. As such, it is necessary to refresh the slabs and the rates of the previous year and the Regimes,  Old Vs the New Regime. We are pleased to include the same in this post.

  There is only one change in the Budget 2021 that Assesses above 75 Years of age who have no other income than their Pension and Bank Interests have been exempted to file their income tax returns subject to few conditions. In their case the bank will work out the tax liability based on the pension and the Interest from FDs etc and deduct the tax as per slabs and submit the same to the IT Dept. The details of various terms and conditions  for Senior Citizen above 75 yrs of age to enjoy the exemption in filing ITRs are given at the end of this post.

  In addition to the above the dividents received on equity shares will be taxed as normal income. Few other changes in Resident new status and subscription to EPF do not effect us as such not being elaborated in this post.
  
  The senior assesses of 75 years and above  will have to file a declaration to the specified bank.  One who does not meet the conditions, will be required to file the return as hither to fore. It is estimated that a large number of pensioners will be benefitted who just have only one bank account in the specified bank.

   We hope that family pensioners will also be covered under this scheme. The doubt has arisen since Family Pension is considered under the IT Act as Income from other sources. 

   In view of the above we are of the opinion that we as Veterans (Officers) will need to file our returns either under the old regime or the new regime as per the most beneficial option to be arrived at as stated in the Worked Out Example in the succeeding paragraphs.

Readers are advised to read more details given in our previous post on the subject by clicking on the following link.

  https://signals-parivaar.blogspot.com/2019/07/i-tax-2020.html


BUDGET - 2020   -  SINCE VALID FOR FY 2021-22 AS WELL


Budget 2020 became  unique in many ways with special reference to Income Tax slabs.  Honourable Finance Minister (FM) Nirmala Sitaraman in her budget 2020 had added a new taxation regime below non-public taxation. Instead of giving remedy to all of the Individual & HUF by means of increasing the tax slabs directly, Budget 2020  proposed to introduce new segment 115BAC within the Income Tax Act 1961 in which Individuals or HUF were given an option to give up numerous exemptions and get gain of lower tax prices. Following is the evaluation of the existing tax changes and the new tax slabs.

The new tax regime is however optional for the assesses. Individuals or HUF can pick to preserve to pay tax underneath the antique taxation device or the New regime. However new taxation regime comes with few caveats that are as under:
• Assessee shall must forgo plethora of deductions and exemptions granted underneath Income Tax Act 1961.

 * Salaried Assessees shall no longer be entitled to the following exemptions/ deductions as under:   

• Leave Travel Concession as contained in clause (5) of phase10;
• House hire allowance as contained in clause (13A) of phase 10;
• Some of the allowance as contained in clause (14) of section 10;
• Allowances to MPs/MLAs as contained in clause (17) of phase 10;
• Standard deduction, deduction for entertainment allowance and employment/expert tax as contained in segment 16;
• free food and beverage thru vouchers provided to the worker as notified in section 10(14).
* Deduction of Rs 15000 for Family pensioners.

    As far as we the veterans are concerned we generally claim deductions under 80-C i.e contribution to PPF upto Rs 1.5 Lakh and the like, Standard deduction of Rs 50000/- Deduction of Rs 50000/- on the interest earned from FDs (Not applicable to persons below 60 yrs of age) etc and Rs 10000/- from saving bank interest (Not applicable to Sr Ctz). This generally makes to a deduction of Rs 2.5 Lakh. 

Let us examine our options of Old or the New regime for n Income of 18 Lakh.
1. New regime - Here no deductions except NPS receipts, LTC, Education loan payment, Gratuity Leave encashment and other terminal benefits are permitted, in addition the benefit of higher slabs for Sr Ctz and VSC are also not permitted under this regime. Hence Rs 18 L is your Taxable income for all categories.

The tax works out as under for non-sr ctz:-
    a. 2.5 to 5 Lakh  =  12500/-    5% 
    b. 05 to 7.5 L     =  25000/-   10%
    c. 7.5 to 10 L     =  37500/-   15%
    d. 10 to 12.5 L   =  50000/-   20%
    e. 12.5 to 15 L   =  62500/-   25%
     f. 15 L to 18 L   =  90000/-   30%
                  TOTAL =    277500/-
    
     Note - Under the New Regime the Sr ctz concession of higher bracket of 3 Lakh & 5Lakh is not be available.

2.  Old Regime :- Deduction of Rs 250000 allowed and taken as such Taxable Income will be 18 Lakh minus 2.5 L = 15.5L as hither to fore..
The tax works out as under:-
   a.  2.5 to 5 L     =  12500/-  5%  (SrCTZ >60 it is Rs 10000/-)
   b.  5  to 10 L     = 100000/- 20%
   c.  10 to 15.5 L  = 165000/- 30%
                  TOTAL  =  277500 

        NOTE ;- The above figure of 277500 is for assessees under 60 Yrs of Age on 01 Apr, it will be Rs 2500 less  i.e. 275000/- for Sr Ctz above 60 and below 80 Yrs)

       Hence there is no difference in New or Old regime for assessees below 60 yrs of age in case your deductions are Rs 2.5 lakhs - one can take new or the old regime, However in case of Sr ctz it will be around 2.4 lakhs as explained in the article linked to this post.

       HOWEVER IN CASE DEDUCTIONS ALLOWED ARE MORE THAN 250000/- THEN OLD REGIME WILL BE MORE BENEFICIAL 
    You Can work out the taxes with 3 L deductions to see it for yourselves. Hence this be taken as a thumb Rule in opting for your choice of old or the New regime. Do verify by using the tool being provided to you in this post whish calculates your basic tax under both Regimes and recommends you the choice to be taken
       
    IF DEDUCTIONS ARE LESS THAN 2.5 LAKH THEN NEW REGIME IS BETTER.

  NOTE :: READY RECKONER , TAX CALCULATOR  CUM OPTION SELECTION TOOL:
     To help our readers to exercise their choice we ARE VERY HAPPY TO PROVIDE a Tax Calculator cum Option Selector TOOL below to calculate and compare the BASIC TAX under the old and new regimes and show the more beneficial option. 
    The tool has been extensively tested by us and made available to our readers working right here on the web page as under:-

            NOTE  ---    IN THIS TOOL YOU NEED TO FILL UP ONLY IN TWO CELLS I.E. TOTAL INCOME FROM ALL SOURCES AND AUTHORISED DEDUCTIONS UNDER THE OLD REGIME, ALL OTHER DETAILS WILL COME UP AUTOMATICALLY
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 Even though there are few deductions are also allowed under the New Regime but for Veterans this figure will generally be zero. After entering the figures simply press enter the results will flash out for all the three category  of assessees with recommended Option.
   In case there has been a mistake in the entry of figures and you are not able to correct it restart the web page by clicking the URL address on top of this page.

   NOTE - We will welcome any suggestions or corrections should you face any in this tool.

     There are also few changes in the Income Tax which one will pay next year on the PF contribution and Capital Gains, which do not affect the majority of the Veterans as such not included in this post.

      Col Ashok Malhotra has contributed a detailed write up on various provisions as applicable for Fin Yrs 2020-21 for which we all shall be filing the ITRs in Jul /Aug 2021. This is a very comprehensive document uploaded in this site and is available here to our readers to read or download, Please click on the link below:-
                           

      

Exemptions / Deductions not allowed when reduced tax structure under New Tax Regime is opted.

1. Standard Deduction of Rs. 50,000 available in respect of Salaried Employees and Pensioners under Section 17(2) of Income Tax Act.

2. Deductions under Chapter VIA such as Section 80C (GPF, NPS contribution by Employee, life insurance Premium, Home Loan Principal etc), 80CCD(1B) (exemption for additional contribution to NPS by employee), Section 80 D (Health insurance Premium) 80DD (exemption for expenditure towards differently abled dependent), 80DDB (Exemption for medial expenditure), 80E (Interest on Higher Education Loan), 80G (Donation) etc.

3. House Rent Allowance under Section 10 (13A)

4. HBA (Housing Loan) Interest under Section 24b

5. Leave Travel Concession (LTC) under Section 10 (5)

6. Allowances under Section 10(14)

7. Professional Tax under Section 16.

8.  Deduction of rs 15K allowed to Family Pensioners.


Following exemptions are allowed even if reduced income tax structure under new tax regime is opted.

1. Rebate of Tax up to Rs. 12,500/- under Section 87A in the case of taxable income is less than Rs. 5 Lakh, it means No tax for taxable income below 5 Lakh.

2. Contribution to NPS by the Employer under Section 80CCD(2)

3. Education loan repayment.

4. LTC

5. Terminal benefits on retirement like gratuity, leave encashment, commutation of pension etc

When a Salaried Employee / Pensioner can be benefited while opting for New Tax Regime?

Though new tax regime under Section 115 BAC disallows many income tax exemptions / deductions it may still be beneficial to salaried employees who need to pay tax in higher tax bracket (viz., 30%) for considerable quantum of their taxable income and do not claim major income tax exemptions / deductions such as Section 24 (Housing loan interest), Chapter VIA deductions, HRA exemption under Section 10 etc. This has been explained as above.

In addition to the above there few more points which should be known by the Veterans on "Tax on Rental Income  & Applicable Deductions" --- 

1.Under what head is rental income taxed? ---The rental income from a property is taxed  in the hands of the owner, under the  Sec  24 head ‘income from house property’. However, the rent earned by letting out vacant land is not taxed under this category, but is taxed under “income from other sources”

2.What types of properties attract tax on rental income? --Tax is applicable on rental income earned from residential houses, commercial properties, factory buildings and even the land appurtenant to the building.

3.What is the annual value of a property?-The annual value of a property is deemed to be the higher of: (a) The actual rent received for the property or (b) The reasonable amount that property can fetch, if it is let out.

4.What are the tax deductions available on rental income?--From the rental income, a property owner is allowed to deduct municipal taxes on the property, rent that is not realised, a 30% standard deduction ,  irrespective of whether you have actually incurred any expenditure for repairs or renovation for the property, during the year under review on the annual value of the property. In case you have borrowed any money for the purpose of purchase, construction, repair/renovation of the property, you are also allowed to claim deduction for the interest payable on money so borrowed. The money can be borrowed from any person and not necessarily as a home loan. Presently, there is no restriction on the amount of interest, which you can claim against your rental income.   However there is a ceiling of Rs two lakhs, for loss under the head ‘Income from house property’, which can be set off against your other income, likes salary, business income or capital gains. Any loss under this head, beyond Rs two lakhs, is allowed to be carried forward for set off, during eight subsequent years. This provision adversely affects people who borrow money to buy a property and let it out, as rental values are generally around three to four per cent of the capital value, whereas the rate of interest on such loans is around nine per cent. As home loans are usually taken for longer periods, the situation of loss under this head, will normally continue for longer periods and the excess interest beyond Rs two lakhs will, effectively, be lost forever.

What are the tax exemptions available on capital gains earned from joint property?

In the case of long-term capital gains on sale of the jointly owned property, whether commercial or residential, each one of the co-owner shall be entitled to claim an exemption under Section 54EC, by investing the indexed capital gains up to Rs 50 lakhs.



NOTE:- EXERCISING OPTIONS ON OLD AND NEW REGIMES.

      Taxpayers who are willing to opt for New Tax Regime are required to intimate Pay/Pension  Drawing Authority prior to the close of the Financial year, say by Jan latest. This option can be exercised by salaried persons incl pensioners to opt for a particular option prior to filing their returns. However for business assessees the option can only be exercised once in life time. 


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OLD REGIME - INCOME TAX SLABS

 


SENIOR CITIZENS ABOVE 75 YRS OF AGE - ITR FILING

    Budget 2021 proposes to exempt senior citizens who are 75 years or above and have only pension and interest income in a financial year, from filing income tax returns. As per the Budget 2021 proposals, they will not be required to file income tax returns (ITR) anymore. The bank paying income to them will deduct the necessary tax from their bank account.

As per the explanatory memorandum, such benefit will be available only if the following conditions are satisfied:-

(i) The senior citizen is resident in India and of the age of 75 or more during the previous year; (Not open for NRIs)
(ii) He has pension income and no other income. However, in addition to such pension income he may have also have interest income from the same bank in which he is receiving his pension income;
(iii) This bank is a specified bank. The Government will be notifying a few banks, which are banking company, to be the specified bank; and
(iv) He shall be required to furnish a declaration to the specified bank. The declaration shall be containing such particulars, in such form and verified in such manner, as may be prescribed.

Once the declaration is furnished, the specified bank would be required to compute the income of such senior citizen after giving effect to the deduction allowable under Chapter VI-A and rebate allowable under section 87A of the Act, for the relevant assessment year and deduct income tax on the basis of rates in force. Once this is done, there will not be any requirement of furnishing return of income by such senior citizen for this assessment year. This amendment will take effect from 1st April 2021.

Following has come after Budget 2018 

During Budget presentations in 2018 the Finance Minister had announced several tax law changes to provide more tax benefits to senior citizens. These include tax benefits such as introduction of a new section 80TTB in the Income Tax Act, 1961, deduction for medical expenditure in case of no health insurance coverage etc.

Shalini Jain, Tax Partner – People Advisory Services, EY India says, "In view to ease the compliance burden for our elderly, the government has done away with the requirement of filing tax returns for senior citizens of age 75 years or above subject to satisfaction of conditions."

Under section 80TTB, seniors can claim up to Rs 50,000 interest income received from banks and post offices as a deduction from their income thereby making this type of interest income for senior citizens effectively tax exempt up to Rs 50,000.

Earlier, senior citizens were entitled to similar tax-exemption for interest income from bank and post office savings accounts but only up to Rs 10,000 under section 80TTA. The Rs 50,000 deduction was the biggest tax relief announced in Budget 2018 for most senior citizens as they earn most of their income through interest from bank FDs and post office schemes. TDS limit for bank fixed deposit interest was also hiked simultaneously for senior citizens.

Along with that, Budget 2018 increased the limit on health insurance premiums paid that can be claimed as a deduction from income from Rs 30,000 to Rs 50,000 for senior citizens. Additionally, if a senior citizen does not have a medical insurance policy and has incurred medical expenditure during the financial year, then also he/she can claim deduction of up to Rs 50,000 for such expenses under section 80D of the Income Tax Act.

Earlier, a deduction for medical expenditure up to Rs 30,000 was allowed for super senior citizens aged 80 years and above if they were not covered by any medical insurance policy.

For senior citizens suffering from certain critical illnesses, as specified in Rule 11DD of the income tax rules, that are covered under section 80DDB of the Act, deduction limit was raised to Rs 1 lakh for all senior citizens, from the earlier Rs 60,000 (in case of senior citizens) and Rs 80,000 (in case of very senior citizens).

The government has also extended the deadline by which seniors can invest in Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (PMVVY) to March 31, 2023. The maximum amount that can now be invested in the scheme is Rs 15 lakh from the previous limit of Rs 7.5 lakh as announced in Budget 2018.

            PMVVY --     



NOTE  -  FOR MORE DETAILS MUST READ OUR PREVIOUS POSTS ON INCOME TAX.

    https://signals-parivaar.blogspot.com/2019/07/i-tax-2020.html


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WARNING : CORONA INTIMATION

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GOOD NEWS FOR NAVY SPECIAL PENSIONERS.

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Recently, our Naval  veterans  who were discharged on completion of  10 yrs of service  are granted with 

 NAVY SPECIAL PENSION 

The rate is Rs.9000 - flat for all the Ranks,  like Reservist pension.

Now, we understand that  the Rate is going to be revised as per Ranks and group.

If that is the case, we can refer the OROP table and arrive the rate .

For example, a Sailor of  Y group with 10 yrs of  service will be eligible

for a monthly pension of  Rs.15904  ( 6188 X 2.57 )  as per table 7 of OROP.

Like wise for all the Ranks,

Revised corr PPO may be issued soon..

Let us hope for the best.

Rerence : MOD ltr No; 4 (10 )/2017-D( Pen/ legal)  dated 18-11-2020

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ENHANCED RATE OF FAMILY PENSION EXTENDED BY 2 YRS AFTER 30-5-1998

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Indian Military Veterans


 


Some veterans have raised doubt about  the Extended period of 2 yrs  for ENHANCED RATE OF FAMILY PENSION.

 

Previously , the Enhanced Rate was payable for 7 yrs from the date of death or

Up to the age of 65 yrs of the deceased pensioner which ever falls early. 

Now, our Government has increased the age of retirement from 58 to 60 yrs for Central government  employees  w.e.f  30-5-1998.

Hence, retirement of age for Military service  was also extended by 2 yrs  after this  order.

Due to this, the clause for Enhance Rate of Family pension was amended as

7 yrs after the date of death  or  up to age of 67 yrs of age of the deceased pensioner.

 Mod letter No: 6(1)/99/D(Pen/Ser) dated 18-03-1998. 

Now, those who retired  after this date may have availed this extension of 2 yrs. 

Hence,  all  the post 30-5-1998   retirees  are covered under this rule. 

The families of such  veterans who got their Enhanced Rate of Family pension ,

up to the age of 65 yrs may apply for this 2 yrs extended period. 

They can approach their PDAs with this orders;

Reference:   PCDA circulars:  421, 479, 629 and 630 

All our ESM Associations are requested to guide and help the affected families in their areas.

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PCDA Circular 213

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Indian Military Veterans
PCDA Circular 213
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AFD Items from Online

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https://afd.csdindia.gov.in/

Positive news . Afd items of CSD are now online you have to register yourself including cars .process is simplified . 🙏👏

The new url of afd csd portal is 
https://afd.csdindia.gov.in

Now that the final site has been started for trial, there will be no
 requirement of URCs to send physical forms to the depots. All users can upload all documents and make payment online and these will be processed at the depots directly. Depot will take upto three working days to process and issue the LS order to the URC. Once received, URC to first swipe the card and make entry into card, verify his documents and handover LS  order to the customer with stamp and signatures of URC manager. Thereafter the customer collects the item from the dealer. 
In case of someone who cannot or does not want to fill online form personally, he can come to URC, URC to fill his form and submit to depot online only. Rest procedure remains same. 
So please stop physical move of forms to depot from 23 Dec. 
For compliance please.
CS Dte.

To All Concerned,

Sir, below is WhatsApp number of CSD HO Helpdesk for Beneficiary:
+91 93216 01308

Below are two additional land line numbers of CSD HO Helpdesk for beneficiary:
(1) 022-35660788
(2) 022-35660764
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JCOs/OR को मिलेगा Full Pension ? Know the real fact and Rules of Army Pension

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Indian Military Veterans



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7th CPC Pay Fixation – Stepping up of Pay – Consolidated Guidelines

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Indian Military Veterans


F.No. 1(12)2020/D(Pay/Services)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Department of Military Affairs

Dated 19th November, 2020

To

The Chief of the Arm Staff
Tho Chief of the Air Staff
The Chief of (he Nave Staff

Subject: Stepping up of Pay – Consolidated Guidelines.

Sir,

I am directed to refer to Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions O.M. No. 4/3/2017-estt (Pay-I) dated 26th Oct 2018 on the above subject. The provisions of the said letter will mutatis-mutandis be applicable to Armed Forces Personnel.

2, This letter issues with concurrence of Defence (Finance) vide their Dy. No. 1(8)/2020-AG/ PA/140 dated 19th November, 2020.

Encl: As above.

Yours Faithfully,

(T Johnson)
Gp Capt
Director (Pay/Services)

7th CPC Pay Fixation: Stepping up of Pay; Consolidated Guidelines by DoPT in view of provisions of CCS (RP) Rules, 2016

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Recovery of wrongful/excess payments made to Government servants

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Indian Military Veterans


रक्षा लेखा प्रधान नियंत्रक (प.क.) चण्‍डीगढ़
PRINCIPAL CONTROLLER OF DEFENCE
ACCOUNTS (WC)
SECTOR-9A, Chandigarh-160009

स॑.संग एवं प/25/RTI/Anil Chandra/329

दिनांक: 17/11/2020

To,

The Officer-In-Charge
Pay Section (Local)

Sub: Recovery of wrongful/excess payments made to Government servants.

A copy of DOPT (OM) dated 02/03/2016 regarding guidelines on recovery of wrongful/excess payments made to government servants is forwarded herewith for circulation the same to all offices and AN-V of Main office.

Encl: As Above.

GO (O&M)

Copy to:-

The Officer-In-Charge
AN-IV (Local) : For information please along with a copy of DOPT (OM) Guidelines dated 02/03/2016.

GO (O&M)


Recovery of wrongful / excess payments made to Government டிவிservants: DoPT OM 2nd March, 2016

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7th CPC Revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners – Consolidated orders F.N

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Indian Military Veterans

o.38/02(01)/2020-P&PW(A)(6827)

Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G & Pensions
Department of Pension & Pensioners’Welfare

3rd Floor,Lok Nayak Bhawan,
Khan Market,New Delhi,
Dated:12.11.2020

Office Memorandum

Subject: Implementation of Government’s decisions on the recommendations of the Seventh Central Pay Commission – Revision of pension of pre-2016 pensioners/family pensioners etc.

The undersigned is directed to say that, in implementation of the decisions taken by the Government on the recommendations of Seventh Central Pay Commission, various orders/instructions/clarifications have been issued by this Department from time to time for revision of pension/family pension, with effect from 01.01.2016, of all pre-2016 pensioners / family pensioners. With a view to facilitate easy access and reference to all the orders/instructions issued in this respect, these orders/ instructions have been consolidated and are enclosed as Annexure. The details of the original OMs/orders have been indicated in the consolidated instructions. These original OMs/orders arc also available on the website of this Department (https://pensionersportal.gov.in).

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ECHS: Empanelment of Hospital/ Nursing Homes and Diagnostic Centres – DOESW Order Dated 20th November 2020

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Indian Military Veterans
\No. 22B(08)/2020N/E/D(Res-I)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Dept of Ex-Servicemen Welfare


New Delhi
the 20th November 2020


Subject: EMPANELMENT OF HOSPITALS/NURSING HOMES AND DIAGNOSTIC CENTRES FOR ECHS

1. I am directed to state that in terms of the provisions of Govt of India, Ministry of Defence letter– NO. 22B(04)/2010/US(WE)D(Res) dated 18 Feb 2011, 22B(02)/2013/US WE)D(Rs) dated 18 Oct 2013, 22B(02)/2013/US\NE)/D(Res) dated 24 Fab 2015 and 22B(02)/2020MIE/D{Res-1) dated 30 Jan 2020, it has now been decided by the competent authority to upgrade status from Non-NABH/Non-NASL to NABH/NABL Empanelled Hospital which additional facilities of 20 Private Hospitals/Nursing Homes and Diagnostic Laboratories for different specialties and procedures with ECHS as recommended by the 22nd Screening Committees for empanelment of Medical facilities with ECHS in its meeting held on 15 Oct 2020 under the chairmanship of MD ECHS as per the list attached in the Annexure:-

S. No.CityName of HospitalsAnnexure No.
1AmritsarNirmaljot Eye HospitalAnnexure-1
2AmritsarThe Corporate HospitalAnnexure-2
3AmritsarUppal Neuro HospitalAnnexure-3
4BangaloreCytecare Hospital Pvt LtdAnnexure-4
5BangaloreFortis Hospital LtdAnnexure-5
6BangaloreHealthcare Global Enterprises LtdAnnexure-6
7BangaloreManipal Hospitals (A unit of Manipal Health Enterprises Ltd)Annexure-7
8BangaloreMS Ramaiah Memorial HospitalAnnexure-8
9BangaloreVikram Hospital (Bengaluru) Pvt LtdAnnexure-9
10Delhi, PratapganjMax Super Specialty Hospital (A Unit of Balaji Medical & Diagnostic Research CentreAnnexure-10
11GhaziabadYashoda Hospital & Research CentreAnnexure-11

 

12.JaipurRungta HospitalAnnexure-12
13.JammuBEE ENN General HospitalAnnexure13
14.JammuKamal Nayan Vision CentreAnnexure-14
15.KaithalShah HospitalAnnexure-15
16.MohaIiIndus International Hospital (Unit of Indus Super Specialty Healthcare Pvt Ltd)Annexure-16
17.MysuruJSS Hospital (Run By Jagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Medical Services Trust)Annexure-17
18.NawanshahrRaja Diagnostic Centre & HospitalAnnexure-18
19.PathankotAmandeep HospitalAnnexure19
20.RajkotNM Virani Wockhard HospitalAnnexure-20

 

2. All the terms and conditions including fixation of rates payable to empanelled hospitals will be regulated under Govt of India, Ministry of Defence letter No 22B(04)/201O/US(WE)/D(Res) dated 18 Feb 2011 and amended from time to time.

3. The rates for ECHS Hospital/Nursing Home, Dental Centres and Diagnostic Centres as approved by the Empowered Committee will be as per CGHS rates and will be notified by the Director, Regional Centre ECHS to all concerned including Polyclinics, SEMOs, CDA/PCDA and Central Organization ECHS.

4. Empanelment of CGHS empanelled hospitals is subject to the hospital providing proof of its being a CGHS empanelled facility as on the date of signing MoA with ECHS.

5. CGHS empanelled medical facilities will be empanelled with ECHS for the period for which the facilities hold valid MoA with CGHS. The MoA will be extendable once CGHS renew the MoA with the medical facilities.

6. NABH accredited medical facilities will be empanelled with ECHS for the period of validity of NABH certificate and the MoA will be renewed once the medical facility is issued re-validation/renewed NABH certificate.

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