Issuance of corrigendum Pension Payment Order of Pre-2006 Defence Civilian Pensioners/ Family pensioners in terms of the recommendations of 6th CPC.

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Circular No. 114
Dated: 09-12-2013

Subject: Issuance of corrigendum Pension Payment Order of Pre-2006 Defence Civilian Pensioners/ Family pensioners in terms of the recommendations of 6th CPC.

Reference: This office circulars Nos. 57, 62 & 102 dated 17-09-2008,12-11-2008 and 11-02-2013 respectively.

Attention is invited to this office Circulars no. 57, 62 and 102 dated 17-09-2008, 12-11-2008 and 11-02-2013 respectively, under which orders regarding revision of pension/family pension of pre-2006 pensioners have been circulated for immediate implementation of Government orders. Further, it is intimated that the issue of corrigendum PPO in respect of Pre-2006 Defence Civilian Pensioners/Family Pensioners is under Progress. To issue corrigendum PPO in case of living pensioners, it has been decided by the competent authority to call for an application through Head of the Office in the prescribed format available on the website of PCDA (Pension), duly verified by PDA. It is brought to the notice that No application is required from Pensioner/family pensioner whose corrigendum PPO has already been issued as per 6th CPC.

Therefore, PDAs are requested to advise all Defence Civilian pensioners/Family Pensioners whose PPO has not yet been issued to submit an application on a prescribed format directly to concerned Head of the Office duly verified by current PDA. A specimen of application form is enclosed for the use of Defence Civilian Pensioners/Family Pensioners. This may be given wide publicity prominently displaying on the notice boards.
A copy of notification published in the news papers by this office is also enclosed for strict compliance.




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Guidelines on implementation of suo-motu disclosure under Section 4 of RT1 Act, 2005 — Compliance of

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No 1/6/2011-IR
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, PG & Pensions
Department of Personnel Training

North Block, New Delhi-110001
Dated 10th December, 2013

Sub: Guidelines on implementation of suo-motu disclosure under Section 4 of RT1 Act, 2005 — Compliance of.

Attention is invited to this Departments O.M. of even no. dated 15.4.2013 on the subject mentioned above.

2. In that O.M., it was mentioned that each Ministry/Public Authority shall ensure that the guidelines for suo motu disclosure under RTI are fully operationalised within a period of 6 months from the date of their issuance i.e. 15.04.2013. It was also requested that the Action Taken Report on the compliance of guidelines should be sent, alongwith the URL link, to the DoPT and the Central Information Commission soon after the expiry of the initial period of the 6 months. It has been noticed that most of the Ministries/Departments/Public Authorities have not sent the compliance report/Action Taken Report to this Department and Central Information Commission.

3. It is once again requested that the guidelines mentioned in O.M. dated 15.4.2013 be complied with at the earliest and compliance report sent to this Department and Central Information Commission, immediately.

(Sandeep Jain)
Director (IR)

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Lt Gen Suhag is new Army Vice-Chief

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Lt Gen Rai is Eastern Commander, Lt Gen Arun Kumar Sahni is South-Western Commander
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, December 12
Eastern Army Commander Lt Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag was today appointed Vice-Chief of the Indian Army, setting him in line to take over as the next chief of the 1.4 million-strong force when General Bikram Singh retires on July 31 next year.

From the 4/5 Gorkha Rifles regiment, Lt Gen Suhag replaces Lt Gen SK Singh, who superannuates on December 31. The General has seen action in “Op Pawan” in Sri Lanka. He commanded 53 Infantry Brigade in counter-insurgency operations in the Kashmir Valley. As a Major general, he commanded Khumbhathang (Kargil-based) 8 Mountain Division.

He was posted as Eastern Army Commander in June 2012. Prior to that, he was the GOC 3 Corps at Dimapur, Nagaland. He has also served in Special Frontier Force, a super-secret unit functioning under the Cabinet Secretary.

Before Lt Gen Suhag was to be appointed as Eastern Army Commander, Gen VK Singh, the then Chief of the Indian Army, imposed a discipline and vigilance ban on him. That was after the PM-headed Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) had cleared the appointment. The ban was overturned when General Bikram Singh took over on June 1 last.

Two new Army Commanders have also been appointed. Lt Gen MMS Rai, who has commanded the Jodhpur-based 12 Corps, replaces Lt Gen Suhag as the new Eastern Army Commander in Kolkata. Lt Gen Rai is from the Corps of Engineers.

Lt Gen Arun Kumar Sahni has been appointed as the South-Western Army Commander at Jaipur, replacing Lt Gen Gyan Bhushan who is superannuating on December 31. Lt Gen Sahni is from the Regiment of Artillery. He was awarded ‘Sword of Honour’when he was commissioned into the Army in 1970s for being the best all round Gentleman Cadet and the ‘President’s Gold Medal’ for standing first in his course.


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