S 11011 /2/2014-CGHS (P)
Government of India
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
CGFIS (Policy) Division
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated; the 28th March, 2014
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: Guidelines for issue of medicines to CGHS beneficiaries from CGHS Wellness Centres — reg.
The undersigned is directed to refer to This Ministry’s 0.M No. S 11011/8/99- CGHS (P) dated 13.10.1999 vide which CMO In-charge of CGHS dispensaries have been permitted to issue medicines for a maximum period of 3 (three) months at a time against a valid prescription of Government specialist to CGHS beneficiaries suffering from chronic illness like diabetes, tuberculosis, heart ailment, hypertension, I.H.D, epilepsy, etc.
2. This Ministry has been receiving representations from beneficiaries regarding the requirement of fresh consultation with Government specialist every three months for re¬issue of the prescribed medicines. Requests have been received from beneficiaries to relax this condition as getting an appointment with Government specialists is difficult, especially for the old aged and physically challenged beneficiaries suffering from chronic diseases and requiring constant medication.
3. Acknowledging the difficulties being faced by the beneficiaries in obtaining prescription of Government specialist every three months, it has been decided to clarify that the CMO In-charge of CGHS WelIness Centres are competent to re-validate the prescription on the request of patient, after professionally satisfying himself/herself about the medical condition of the patient and repeat the medicines prescribed by Government specialist to beneficiaries for another three months subject to the following conditions:
a) Medicines shall be issued against a valid original prescription from a Government specialist advising the same.
b) CMO I/c may issue the medicines prescribed by a Government specialist for three months at a time during the entire treatment period indicated clearly (e.g,, six months/ one year) on the prescription.
c) CMO I/c may examine and advise the patient on whether to continue with the same medicines as prescribed by the Government specialist or may refer him to the Government specialist for fresh consultation, if required medically.
d) CGHS GDMOs of the Wellness Centre may prescribe routine diagnostic tests to the patients before their follow up consultation with the specialist. They should however, use discretion and not to advice specialized tests/ investigations as they can only be advised by the specialists, wherever required.
e) Beneficiaries will be issued medicines for maximum three months period at a time. In such cases, where the advice of specialist is only for three months arid the CMO I/c is satisfied after professional examination that the same medicines are required to be continued for treatment, the prescription may be re-validated and medicines can be issued for another 3 (three) months, i.e,, to a total of 6 (six) months. After six months, the beneficiaries will have to consult the Government specialist and obtain fresh prescription or get the prescription re-validated from the Government specialist in cases where the treatment period is not clearly indicated on the prescription.
4. This issues with the approval of Additional Secretary and Director General, CGHS.
sd/-
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India


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F.No. HRD/CM/102/28/2013-14
Government of India/Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Direct Taxes
Directorate of Income Tax
New Delhi, 31 March, 2014
ORDER

In continuation of separate sanction orders of CBDT vide F. No. HRD/CM/102/3/2009-10/11/0167 dated 19th July 2013 for creation of posts in the IRS and grades other than the IRS, and in supercession of all earlier orders regarding distribution of posts in various CCA Regions, posts in various grades in the Income Tax Department are hereby allocated to various cadre controlling Regions, as per Annexure 1.

2. The detailed scheme of allocation of posts will follow.

3. Sanction is also accorded to revision of the designations cadre controlling Regions under Principal Chief Commissioners of Income Tax as under:


 
s.No.Earlier designations: CCIT(CCA)' Revised Designation : Principal CCIT
1AhmedabadGujarat
2BangaloreKarnataka & Goa
3BhopalMadhya Pradesh & Chattisgarh
4BhubaneswarOdisha
5ChandigarhNWR
6ChennaiTamil Nadu
7DelhiDelhi
8GuwahatiNER
9HyderabadAndhra Pradesh _
10JaipurRajasthan
11KanpurUP(West)
12KochiKerala ,
13KolkataWest Bengal & Sikkim
14LucknowUP(East)
15MumbaiMumbai
16NagpurNagpur
17PatnaBihar & Jharkhand
18PunePune


4. This issues with the approval of Finance Minister. 

sd/-
(Debjyoti Das)
Director of Income Tax(HRD)-II

ANNEXURE-I

 
CCA
PrCCIT
(Apex)
CCIT
(HAG+)
PrCIT
(HAG)
CIT
(SAG)
Addl/
JCIT
DC/
ACIT
ITO
ITI
Sr AO
AO GrII

AO GrIII

Sr PS

PS

EA

TA/
StenoIII/
Driver

NS/
LDC/
Driver

MTS
TOTAL
GUJARAT
1724421111594851032134713242147111272838555777
KARNATAKA
& GOA
1517419915634683512459244112159322266724694
MADHYA PRADESH & CHATTISGARH
131420/ 62832625461183518207926211344473077
ODISHA
I059253799227161569322246461741228
NWR
1523339812743386712957293312609572227244899
I AMILNADU1921471151694781058134713143149411582768725878
Delhi8152912123938665417704601435211224181902615151610044
NER11692934123248181689355272682021390
ANDHRA PRADESH1417328011832871612250223210377781685833989
RAJASTHAN13121957742404911163216197155391174082760
UP (WEST)1212185476240507115311518724560144_4052823
KERALA


143959154343111231114497383772771914
WEST
BENGAL & SIKKIM *
111285012820744779681356838642196
1268
.
62610027168
UP (EAST) ,13.11195166 ,220434.15311519632480_113
373
1
2484
Mumbai115411022263317611863
58139589627092049506149910455
Nagpur205113142922191817711316260711821275
BIHAR & JHARKHAND121016 ,47602024031132713165824441023392278
Pune1417328411034873812250223210748051756004115
Total26913006351575229459421326521428935417630198091478139691113076248
* INCLUDES TEMPORARY POSTS TO BE TRANSFERRED TO OTHER REGIONS AS PER SCHEME OF ALLOCATION
Central Pool (under Delhi CCA )






28
00
428058
73


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KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN
I8-INSTITUTIONAL AREA,
SHAHEED JEET SINGH MARC,
NEW DELHI -110016

F.No.110126125/2012/KVS-NPS /PF
Dated 22/03/2014

The Deputy Commissioner
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan,
Regional Office. Bhopal

Subject : Additional Relief on death/disability of Government servants covered by the New Defined Contribution pension system (NPS)-regarding.

Sir,
I am refer to your letter No. F.140230/13-14/KVS/BPL/A/C/Pension/185 dated 13/15.01.2014 on the captioned subject to inform you that the instruction contained in the following circulars/letters which are enclosed shall mutatis-mutandis be applicable to the employees of KVS for payment of benefits under New Pension Scheme :

(a) KVS (HQ) New Delhi letter No F. 110239/51/Cir./2012/KV(Budget) dated 17/28.05.2012 forwarding GOI Dept. of P & P.W., OM No 38/41/06- P&PW(A) dated 05.05.2009.

b) GOI M.F., 0.M. No 1(7)/DCPS(NPS)/2009/TA/221 dated 02.07.2009 read with corrigendum No F.Nol (7)/DCPS(NPS)/2009/TA/336-396 dated 29.09.2009.

You are requested to settle the claims in respect of NPS subscribers duly following instructions contained therein.

This issues with the approval of Commissioner.

Yours faitfully,
Sd-/
(M.Arumugam)
Joint Commissioner (Fin)


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