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December 06, 2016

IT Department refers large number of cases with serious irregularities detected Post De-monetization to Enforcement Directorate

Written By Admin on Dec 6, 2016 | December 06, 2016

Income Tax (IT) Department carries-out swift investigations in more than 400 cases since the de-monetization of old High Denomination (OHD) currency on 8th November, 2016; More than Rs. 130 crore in cash and jewellery seized and approximately Rs. 2,000 crore of Undisclosed Income admitted by the taxpayers; IT Department refers large number of cases with serious irregularities detected Post De-monetization to Enforcement Directorate (ED) & CBI. 

December 06, 2016

Benefits of Debit Card Activation – FAQs

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December 06, 2016

Revision of Income limit for dependency for the purpose of providing CGHS coverage to family members

Revision of Income limit for dependency for the purpose of providing Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) coverage to family members of the CGHS covered employees subsequent to implementation of recommendation of the seventh Central Pay Commission.

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December 06, 2016

CGHS Medical Reimbursement Enhanced to 5 lakhs

Delegation of powers to heads of Departments in various Ministries/Departments for settling per mission cases and post facto approval relating to referral system anal medical reimbursement under CGHS — Enhancement of ceiling rate from Rs. 2 Lakhs to Rs. 5 Lakhs without consultation of IFD of concerned Ministry 

December 06, 2016

STAFF SIDE MEETING ON 19-12-2016 ON THE EVE OF DEPARTMENTAL COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD ON 20-12-2016

STAFF SIDE MEETING ON 19-12-2016 ON THE EVE OF DEPARTMENTAL COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD ON 20-12-2016

December 06, 2016

National mourning to Jayalalithaa's demise

National mourning to Jayalalithaa's demise


The Centre has declared one-day national mourning for Jayalalithaa's demise. The National Flag will be flown in half-mast and no ceremonial functions will be organised, the Union government said in a media statement

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Chennai to pay his last respects to the former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, who passed away late Monday night.

In addition to that, the governments of Kerala and Bihar have also announced one-day State mourning as a mark of respect to the late Chief Minister. Government-run institutions will be remained closed in these States for a day.

Tamil Nadu will be observing seven-day mourning.

December 06, 2016

Today 06.12.2016 Holiday for Tamil Nadu Postal circle on account of Chief minister`s death

Today 06.12.2016 Holiday for Tamil Nadu circle  on account of Chief minister`s death

December 06, 2016

20 things you didn't know about Jayalalithaa

20 things you didn't know about Jayalalithaa

December 06, 2016

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa is no more

December 06, 2016

Jayalalitha passes away: School, Colleges to remain closed for three days in Tamil Nadu


Tamilnadu State government has announced seven days of mourning period and three days holiday for schools and colleges across Tamil Nadu after CM Jayalalithaa passed away late on Monday evening at Apollo hospital, following a cardiac arrest on Sunday.

December 06, 2016

Closing of offices and industrial establishments on the death of high dignitaries. (BPE No. 2(22)/77-BPE(GM-I) dated 6th December, 1979)

Closing of offices and industrial establishments on the death of high dignitaries. (BPE No. 2(22)/77-BPE(GM-I) dated 6th December, 1979)


CHAPTER XII
MISCELLANEOUS

4. DPE/Guidelines/XII/4
Closing of offices and industrial establishments on the death of high dignitaries
References have been received in the Bureau of Public Enterprises from time to time inquiring about the policy to be followed by the Public Enterprises with regard to the closing of offices and industrial establishments on the day of death of high dignitaries. The question of laying down general policy guidelines, which could be adopted by the Public Enterprises in the event of such an eventuality, has been considered. I enclose herewith a copy of the MHA O.M. dated 25.1.72 explaining the procedure to be followed by the Government departments and its industrial establishments on the death of the high dignitaries. It will be noted that the industrial establishments of the Central Government would not be closed on the death of any dignitary. In the event of the death of the President, such establishments will however remain closed on the day of the funeral at the place where the funeral takes place. That day will also be declared as a public holiday at that place under the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881. No public holiday will be declared under the Act on the death of any other dignitary. In the event of the death of any dignitary of a State or Union Territory, the Government or the administration concerned are required to take thereon decision for the closure of their offices. The offices and industrial establishments of the Central Government are not required to follow suit in such cases but in the event of the death of Governor or the Chief Minister of a State (such offices/but not industrial establishments) should be closed down in accordance with the instructions contained in Annexure-I to enable the officers and staff to pay homage to the deceased dignitary or to attend the funeral.
The offices of the Public Enterprises both at their headquarters and the industrial establishments could follow the principles applicable to the industrial establishments of the Central Government when death of a high dignitary takes place.
Copy of M.H.A. O.M. No. 3/10/76-Pub-II dated 25-1-72 regarding Closing of offices and industrial establishments on the death of high dignitaries.
The undersigned is directed to say that the existing instructions regarding closure of offices and industrial establishments of the Government and declaring public holidays under the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, on the death of high dignitaries have been reviewed keeping in view the need for minimising the interruption in the transaction of Government work and the loss of production in industrial establishments, which result from such closures. A set of revised instructions to be observed on such occasions in future is attached.
2. According to these instructions, industrial establishments of the Government will not be closed on the death of any dignitary. In the event of the death of the President such establishments will remain closed only on the day of the funeral at the place where the funeral takes place. That day will also be declared as a public holiday at that place under the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881. No public holiday will be declared under the Act on the death of any other dignitary.
3. The Governments and Administrations of Union Territories will follow the enclosed instructions on the death of the President or Prime Minister. The State Governments are being requested to adopt a similar course. Offices and industrial establishments of States and Union Territories need not be closed in the event of the death of any other Central dignitary.
4. In the event of the death of any dignitary of a State or Union Territory, the Government or Administration concerned will take its own decisions for the closure of its offices. The offices and industrial establishments of the Central Government are not required to follow suit in such cases, but in the event of the death of a Governor or a Chief Minister of a State, such offices (but not industrial establishments) should be closed in accordance with the enclosed instructions to enable the officers and staff to pay homage to the deceased dignitary or to attend the funeral.
5. Closure of Courts on the death of Central dignitaries will be governed by orders of the High Court concerned.
ANNEXURE-I
INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING CLOSURE OF GOVERNMENT OFFICES AND INDUSTRIAL ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE EVENT OF THE DEATH OF HIGH DIGNITARIES
General Instructions
1. President : In the event of the death of the President :
(1) All offices of the Central Government will be closed throughout India on the day of which death occurs; and
(2) On the day of the funeral –
  1. all offices of the Central Government will be closed throughout India;
  2. industrial establishments of the Central Government will be closed at the place where the funeral takes place; and
  3. a public holiday under the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, will be declared by the Ministry of Home Affairs at the place where the funeral takes place, if it is not already a public holiday.
2. Vice-President: In the event of the death of the Vice-President, all offices of the Central Government will be closed.
  1. throughout India on the day on which death occurs; and
  2. at the place where the funeral takes place, for half-a-day on the day of the funeral.
3. Prime Minister: In the event of the death of the Prime Minister, all offices of the Central Government will be closed throughout India on the day on which death occurs and also on the day of the funeral.
4. Union Cabinet Ministers: In the event of the death of a Union Cabinet Minister, offices of the Central Government will be closed:
  1. for half a day in Delhi; and
  2. if the funeral takes place outside Delhi, for half a day at the place where the funeral takes place.
5. Other members of the Council of Ministers of the Union: In the event of the death of a Minister of a State, or Deputy Minister of the Union, offices of the Central Government under the direct charge of the deceased Minister will be closed:
  1. for half a day in Delhi; and
  2. if the funeral takes place outside Delhi, for half a day at the place where the funeral takes place.
6. Governor or Chief Minister of a State: In the event of the death of a Governor or a Chief Minister of a State, Central Government offices will be closed :
  1. in the capital of the State concerned for half a day.
  2. if death occurs at a place outside the State Capital, also for half a day at that place; and
  3. if the funeral takes place at any other place, for half a day at the place where the funeral takes place.
Special Instructions
1. On receipt of the intimation of the death of the President, Vice-President or Prime Minister, the Ministry of Home Affairs will inform the Central Ministries and Departments, State Governments, etc. The All India Radio will also make an announcement. Heads of offices throughout India will arrange for closure of their offices as soon as intimation is received from the Ministry of Home Affairs or over the AIR, whichever is earlier.
2. If intimation of the death of the President, Vice-President or Prime Minister is received after office hours, Central Government offices will be closed throughout India on the following day if it is otherwise a working day.
3. If intimation of the death of the President, Vice-President or Prime Minister is received during office hours late in the afternoon, offices will be closed for rest of the day but if it is not possible to effect closure for more than three hours, Ministry of Home Affairs may issue instructions for closing the offices on the following day also if it is otherwise a working day.
4. In the event of the death of a Union Cabinet Minister, the Ministry of Home Affairs will intimate the particular half day when offices at Delhi and at the place of the funeral may remain closed.
5. In the event of the death of a Union Minister of State or Deputy Minister, the concerned Ministry or Department will determine the particular half day when their offices may remain closed at Delhi and at the place of the funeral. The closure should be so adjusted to enable officers and staff of the Ministry or Department concerned to pay homage to the deceased or attend the funeral.
6. In the event of death of a Governor or Chief Minister of a State, the particular half day when the offices may remain closed will be determined by the Heads of local offices in consultation with the Chief Secretary of the State Government.
7. In the event of death of the President or Prime Minister, offices and industrial establishments of the Governments/Administrations of Union Territories will follow the above instructions. These offices need not be closed in the event of the death of the other Central dignitary.
8. In the event of the death of Administrator or Chief Minister or other Minister of a Union Territory, the Government/Administration of the Union Territory concerned may take its own decision regarding closure of its offices. Other Central Government offices in the Union Territories will not be closed on such occasions.
(BPE No. 2(22)/77-BPE(GM-I) dated 6th December, 1979)


Source : http://dpe.nic.in/important_links/dpe_guidelines/miscellaneous/glch1204

December 06, 2016

Indian Bank Recruitment for Probationary Officer (PO) 2017 (PGDBF) for 324 Posts

Indian Bank is inviting online applications from  young and bright graduates who fulfill the eligibility criteria specified  and  who  are  interested  in  Banking  career,  for  admission  to  the  One  year  Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF) course at Indian Bank Manipal School of Banking (IBMSB), which has been set up jointly by India n Bank and Manipal Global Education Service Pvt Ltd. You can apply online from 6th December 2016 to 22nd December 2016. No IBPS Score required to apply. The Online Test will be held in two phases. Preliminary test will be held on 22nd January 2017 and the Main online exam will be held on 28th February 2017. Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee and how to apply are given below.

December 05, 2016

IBPS RRB V Office Assistants Main Exam Call Letters out

Written By Admin on Dec 5, 2016 | December 05, 2016

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the Call Letters for IBPS RRB V Office Assistants Main Online Exam. As you know, the organisation has conducted Preliminary Online Exam for the recruitment of Office Assistants in various Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) during the month of November 2016 and announced the results of the same on 28th  November 2016. 

December 05, 2016

TANAPEX 2017 -- STATE LEVEL PHILATELIC EXHIBITION 2017 - TAMILNADU CIRCLE

LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF EXHIBITS IS EXTENDED UPTO 15.12.2016

December 05, 2016

RBI to issue new Rs 20/50 notes; old bills to continue

New Delhi, Dec 4 (PTI) The Reserve Bank today said it will issue new currency notes of Rs 20 and Rs 50 denominations with numerals in ascending size in the number panels and without intaglio printing.

December 05, 2016

Any Payment above Rs.5,000 by Government Departments to be now made through e-Payment

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December 05, 2016

Admit Card for Postman & Mail Guard Posts in Telangana Circle

Admit Card for Postman & Mail Guard vacancies for the year 2015 in Telangana Circle

December 05, 2016

SPORTS RECRUITMENT NOTIFICATION IN TELANGANA CIRCLE

SPORTS RECRUITMENT NOTIFICATION

December 05, 2016

Central govt employees expect January 2017 Dearness Allowance up to 3%

Central govt employees expect January 2017 Dearness Allowance up to 3%

December 05, 2016

Employment News : 03 December 2016 to 09 December 2016

Employment News : 03 December 2016 to 09 December 2016

December 05, 2016

Procedure to find common no of live accounts & No of accounts opened in a particular Period

Procedure to find common no of live accounts & No of accounts opened in a particular Period

December 04, 2016

REPORT OF KVP/NSC HAVING AMOUNT MORE THAN 200000 IN DOP FINACLE

Written By Admin on Dec 4, 2016 | December 04, 2016

REPORT OF KVP/NSC HAVING AMOUNT MORE THAN 200000 IN DOP FINACLE

December 04, 2016

CBDT urges jan dhan holders to reject misuse of accounts

December 04, 2016

Revision of NPS employees to Old Pension Scheme in respect of date of vacancy

Revision of NPS employees to Old Pension Scheme in respect of date of vacancy: Rajyasabha Q&A