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Job Highlights

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Employment News Paper - Job Highlights (31 DEC 2011 - 6 JAN 2012) 06 January 2012


1.Union Public Service Commission notifies National Defence Academy and  Naval Academy Examination (I), 2012. 


2. Staff Selection Commission (Central Region) invites applications for  various posts. 


3. Employees’ State Insurance Corporation, Kolkata requires UDC and MTS. 


4. Uttrakhand Peyjal Sansadhan Vikas Evam Nirman Nigam requires Assistant  Engineers (Civil and Electrical/Mechanical). 


5. Delhi Development Authority requires Stenographers (Hindi) Grade ‘D’. 


6. Steel Authority of India Limited, Kolkata requires Junior Assistants  (Trainees) and Translators. 


7. The Indian Army invites applications for Short Service Commission in the 
Army through NCC Special Entry Scheme 32nd Course October, 2012. 


8. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. Requires Station Controller/Train  Operators, Customer Relations Assistants, Jr. Engineers, Fire Inspectors,  Office Assistants, Accounts Assistants, Maintenance and Store Assistant. 


9. Military Engineer Services, Headquarters Western Command Engineers Branch invites applications for various posts. 


10. Western Coalfields Limited requires Mining Sirdar/ Shortfirer T&S  Grade-‘C’

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Increment between Feb and June : Govt. agreed as one time measure.

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Increment between Feb and June : Govt. agreed as one time measure.
The meeting of the National Anomaly \committee was held today[05/01/12] as scheduled. 28 items were subjected to discussions. The next meeting of the Anomaly Committee will finalize the left out items.
In the meantime we are to inform you that the Government has today agreed in the Anomaly Committee meeting to grant one increment on 1.1.2006 in the pre-revided scale of pay for all those whose increment falls between 1st Feb and 30th June 2006. This is applicable only for those who were in service as on 1.1.2006. They will draw their next increment in the new Pay Band on 1st July 2006.
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Age bar for widows to be lowered for central pension scheme-Jairam Ramesh

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Age bar for widows to be lowered for central pension scheme-Jairam Ramesh
The Government today said that the age bar for the widows, who are beneficiaries of the central pension scheme will be lowered from the existing 40 to 18 years. At present only the widows under the age bracket of 40 to 59 years are entitled for the benefits. Delivering a keynote address here on the subject Agrarian Single Women: Distress, Access to Livelihood, Services and Justice, Union Rural Development Minister Shri Jairam Ramesh said four crore such women in the country face a bleak future as there is no sufficient help forthcoming for them. The Minister also expressed hope that the pension amount for the widows, old-aged and physically challenged persons will also be raised from the existing 200 rupees per month to 500 rupees per month as he had already taken up the matter with the Finance Minister. He said, all attempts will be made to provide more and more jobs to the single women under MGNREGA and all such people who had worked for 15 days in a year under the scheme will be entitled for availing the benefits of Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana. He informed that out of 12 crore beneficiaries of the scheme so far, 25 percent of them are women-headed households. Shri Jairam Ramesh assured the delegates that the problems of the single women will be adequately addressed in the 12th Five year plan.


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REXCO - welfare and help of retired servicemen

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The Rajasthan Government will soon float State Ex-Servicemen Corporation (REXCO) Limited for the welfare and help of retired servicemen. The proposal for formation of the corporation was approved by the state cabinet at its meeting held here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. The proposed corporation would be a Public Enterprise with the absolute ownership of the state government and it would work to help more than two lakh ex-servicemen of the state in providing employment on contract basis to them and/or their dependents and in their other post retirement life related matters. The cabinet also gave its nod to the proposal of expanding the eight-member state planning board for accommodating two more members. Now the board would have 10 members, an official spokesman said. UNI SS SY 2316
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Ex Servicemen News - Hyderabad

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Retired police personnels, ex servicemen to be recruited as SPO's in Hyderabad City Poilce


Hyderabad January 05/2012 (Hyderabad Deccan News1 7) :The Hyderabad city police will recruit ex-servicemen, retired police personnel and ex-central para military force personnel as special police officers (SPO's) on temporary basis. The SPOs will be deployed till reqular recruitment of police personnel takes place.
Ex-servicemen upto (50) years of age with a pass in 7th class or any army equivalent qualification and physically fit can apply. Retired police personnel and CPMF personnel who have not retired earlier that 31-03-2010 and below 60 years of age and physically fit can apply. Applicant can attend the selections at the CAR. Headquarters, Petla Burj Hyderabad on 10-01-2012 by 10.00 hrs. Ex-servicemen who are interested to apply are requested to bring their original discharge book, Ex-servicemen Identity card, Education certificate and three passport size colour photographs. Retired police personnel and Ex-CPMF personnel are requested to bring their retired DO copy, service certificate and pension papers alongwith three passport size colour photographs. For further enquiry please contact 9490616300. CAR Headqarters Petla Burj, Hyderabad and Zila Sainik Welfare officers and Employment is only on contract basis and Rs.7500/- honorarium will be paid
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வைகுண்ட ஏகாதசி விரதம் எவ்வாறு இருக்க வேண்டும்?

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மார்கழி வளர்பிறை ஏகாதசி திதி, வைகுண்ட ஏகாதசியாக கொண்டாடப்படுகிறது. திதிகளில் ஏகாதசி 11வது நாள். ஏகாதசிக்கு முதல்திதியான தசமியன்று விரதம் தொடங்கி விட வேண்டும். தசமியன்று ஒருவேளை உணவும், மறுநாளான ஏகாதசியன்று பட்டினியும் இருக்க வேண்டும். துளசி நீர் குடிக்கலாம். உடல்நிலை முடியாதவர்கள் எளிய உணவு சாப்பிடலாம். ஏகாதசியன்று இரவில் விழித்து பெருமாளின் திருநாமங்களை சொல்ல வேண்டும். விழிக்கிறேன் என்ற பெயரில் சினிமா, டிவி பார்க்கக்கூடாது. மறுநாள், துவாதசியன்று காலையில் நீராடி திருமண் இட்டு, துளசிதீர்த்தம் அருந்த வேண்டும். அதன் பிறகு சாப்பிட வேண்டும். இதனை பாரணை என்பர். பாரணையில் 21 விதமான காய்கறிகள் இடம் பெற்றிருக்கும். இயலாதவர்கள் அவரவர் வசதிக்கேற்ப சமைத்துக் கொள்ளலாம். அகத்திக்கீரை, நெல்லிக்காய் அவசியம் சேர்க்க வேண்டும். பாரணைக்குப்பின் உறங்கக் கூடாது. ஏகாதசியன்று துளசி இலை பறிக்கக் கூடாது. முதல்நாள் பறித்த இலைகளை பூஜைக்கும், தீர்த்தத்திற்கும் பயன்படுத்தலாம். முப்பத்து முக்கோடி தேவர்களும் விரதம் இருப்பதால் மார்கழி ஏகாதசியை வைகுண்ட முக்கோடி ஏகாதசி என்பர். கோயில்களில் பெருமாள் இந்நாளில் பரமபதவாசல் வழியாக எழுந்தருள்வார். இதன் வழியாக கோயிலுக்குள் சென்று பெருமாளைத் தரிசிப்பது சிறப்பு. ஏகாதசிக்கு பசுவிற்கு அகத்திக்கீரை கொடுப்பது புனிதமானது. இவ்விரதத்தால் செல்வவளமும், புண்ணிய பலனும் கிடைக்கும்.

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Rajya Sabha recommends one rank one pension

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The Rajya Sabha Committee on Petition in its report tabled on 19 Dec 2011 strongly recommended the grant of One Rank One Pension (OROP) to the Defence Personnel. It found the Govt contention for denying OROP to the Ex Servicemen untenable. The committee was not convinced with the hurdles projected by the MoD Deptt of Ex Servicemen Welfare in implementing the OROP). The Govt has all along been saying that due to Administrative, legal and financial reasons, OROP has not been granted. The committee observed that while DESW of MoD quoted a figure of Rs 3000 crores additional per year, the Dept of expenditure pegged the annual expenditure for the first year at Rs 1300 crores. Out of this Rs 1065 would go for JCOs and other ranks retirees and Rs 235 for the commissioned officers. The committee feels that Rs 1300 crores is not a very big amount for a country of our size and economy for meting the, long pending demand of armed forces for the country. The committee felt this amount is not too high keeping in view the objective for which it would be spent. So far as the administrative angle is concerned, the committee felt that since all the existing pensioners/ family pensions are still drawing their pension /family pension; the revision of their pension would not pose any administrative hurdle. So far as the legal aspect is concerned, the committee is not convinced by the argument put forth against the implementation of OROP because the pension /family pension is based upon the service rendered by personnel while in service and comparison of services rendered during two sets of period does not seem to be of much relevance.

The committee did not agree with the contention of the Govt that if OROP is granted to the Defence Personnel similar demands may be raised from other Civilian Govt Employees. The committee found that it was a baseless apprehension of the Govt as soldiering is a different profession and they retire by rank while civilian Government employee retired by age. The terms and conditions of armed forces are tougher and harsher than the civilian Government employees. There are restrictions of fundamental rights to the armed forces. Risk to life of a soldier is always higher as they work under severe strain and sense of insecurity with undefined and unlimited working hours. Transfers and dislocation alongwith bleak career prospects are other disadvantages attached with the armed forces. Their family life is also non-comparable with that of civilian Government employee. The Armed Forces are also subjected to Court Martial system for the shake of military discipline. In view of aforesaid uniqueness of Armed Forces it can not be equated with a civilian Government employee.

On the issue of returning of service medals by the defence personnel of our country to the President of India in view of the Governments’ apathetic attitude towards their demand of grant OROP, the committee is of the view that our defence personnel should not feel allenated to this extent again and they are not forced to surrender their hard earned service medals in this manner to exhibit their discontent with the government policies

The committee felt that the decision of the Govt to bring our defence personnel on the pattern of the civilian with regard to their pay, pension etc from Third Pay Commission onwards was not a considered decision which has caused hardships to the Defence personnel and has given birth to their demand of OROP. The committee observed that before the Third Central Pay Commission, the defence personnel were getting their pay/pension on the basis of a separate criteria unconnected with the criteria devised for the civilian work force. That criteria acknowledged and covered the concept of OROP which has been given up after the Third Cerntral Pay Commission.

The committee further takes note of the fact that the reduction of around 26 pay scales into IV pay bands on the recommendations of the sixth central pay commission has aggravated the grievances of defeence personnel. For example, after the sixth central pay commission, officers from the level of Lt. Colonel and above fall in a single pay band i.e. pay band IV, carrying pay scale of Rs 37,400 to Rs 67,000. It means that defence retires of earlier years from different ranks would get pension with reference of the minimum of the pay band irrespective of the fact whether they held much higher rank of Major General or lt. General when they retired. Thus, under the existing dispensation, pursuant to the sixth central pay commission, the past retirees, particularly those, who retired from senior level post, remain at a disadvantaged position. Keeping in view all the above factors, the Committee strongly recommends that government should implement OROP in the defence forces across the board at the earliest and further that for future, the pay, allowances, pension, family pension, etc, in respect of the defence personnel should be determined by a separate commission so that their peculiar terms and conditions of service, the nature of duties they are required to perform, etc, which are quite different from the civilian work force, are duly taken into account while taking decision on the same.

The Indian Ex servicemen Movement (IESM) which has been spearheading the Nation wide Movement for grant of OROP hopes that the Govt should immediately accept the recommendation of the Rajya Sabha Committee on Petition and grant OROP to the Defence personnel.Click Here

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China does it again, denies visa to IAF officer; India retaliates

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NEW DELHI: In yet another provocation, China has denied visa to a senior IAF officer hailing from Arunachal Pradesh, who was to travel as part of a military delegation, after which India has put the visit on hold.

Group Captain M Panging, based in Northeast, was refused visa by the Chinese embassy without being given any reasons, sources said.

Reacting strongly, India put on hold the visit that was to start from January 10.

The officer was to be part of the Integrated Defence Staff team travelling to China on a four-day visit under a bilateral defence exchange programme.

The 30-member tri-Service Indian delegation, being led by an air vice marshal-rank officer, had to visit Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai there.

China, which lays claim over Arunachal Pradesh, has often denied visa to those hailing from the state despite protests by India.

The visit by Indian military delegation was reciprocal to the one undertaken by the Chinese last month and is part of the confidence building measures between the two sides.

Earlier in 2010, China had denied visa to the then Northern Army commander Lt Gen B S Jaswal as he was serving in Jammu and Kashmir, leading to souring of bilateral relations as India suspended all defence exchanges.

Jaswal was to head a military delegation to China under the defence exchange programme.

The ice was broken when India sent a delegation under a Major General in June last year. After that visit, two more visits took place between the two sides.

The two countries had decided to enhance defence exchange
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