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Saturday, May 23, 2020

Photos of demonstration on DA freeze and attack on Labour laws in Karnataka state


City RMS 

Yeswanthapura Post Office 

Post Office 

RMS Office 

GPO Bengaluru 

Bangalore RMS 

Hubli RMS 

Chikamagaluru 

Hubli 

Kalasa 

Gadag 

Monday, May 18, 2020

Brochure on Pay and Allowances of Central Government Civilian Employees 2017-18

Preventive measures to be taken to contain the spread of Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) - Attendance regarding

NATIONWIDE PROTEST DAY ON 22nd MAY 2020.


No. Confd./Protest-2020                                                                      Dated: 17.05.2020

NATIONWIDE PROTEST DAY ON 22nd MAY 2020.
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AGAINST THE ANTI - WORKER AND ANTI - PEOPLE ONSLAUGHTS OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT.
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HOLD PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS IN FRONT OF ALL CENTRAL GOVERNMENT OFFICES.
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The Central Government has announced deregulation and privatisation of core and strategic sectors like Defence production, Space Research, Power, Civil aviation, Coal and mineral sectors. It is also declared by the Finance Minister that non - strategic public sector undertakings will also be privatised. Govt is implementing its political agenda by going ahead with the naked and  unbridled pro - corporate reforms in all sectors of the economy utilizing the COVID -19 crisis. It is wholesale privatisation. Combined with these reforms , serious attempt is made for amending all labour laws in favour of employers. Already some state Governments had promulgated ordinances in this direction suspending all labour laws and increased the working hours from eight to twelve hours per day. The Government has cleverly linked these reforms with the 20 lakhs crore economic package announced by the Prime Minister , eventhough these reforms have nothing to do with the stimulus packages and relief measures to be provided to the agricultural and industrial sectors and common people of our country. Needless to say that these pro - corporate reform measures and labour law amendments will severely affect the life and livelihood of crores of workers and common people of our country. Central Government employees are no exception. 

        Regarding Defence sector , the Defence employees federations were already opposing the move of the Government to corporatise and privatise the Ordnance factories. They have conducted month - long relay dharma at Parliament street, New Delhi and five days all India strike . Government had earlier deferred the Corporatisation move due to stiff resistance from five lakhs defence employees. Knowing the present limitations of the unions to organise serious agitational programmes like strike during Covid - 19 restrictions , the Government has unilaterally declared the corporatisation of Ordnance Factory Board ( OFB). Raising the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in defence sector from 49 to 74% will pave way for entry of multinational foreign Corporations in defence production sector , which , in the long run will jeopardise the national security of our country and job security of the employees.

        In the coming days , more attacks are to come in almost all sectors including Central Government Employees sector. Already many departments have initiated action in this regard as per the advice of NITI Ayog. Closure of Government of India printing presses, outsourcing of Government functions in many departments  , large scale contractorisation , casual labour engagement and downsizing has become the order of the day. Central Government Employees, especially Confederation of Central Govt Employees and Workers had organised series of struggle programmes against these onslaughts , including strike.

       The Central Trade Unions have unanimously decided to combat these onslaughts of the Government by all possible means. As a first phase , it is decided to organise NATIONWIDE PROTEST DAY ON 22nd MAY 2020. Confederation being an integral part of the mainstream of the working class of .India, has endorsed the call of the Central Trade Unions.

       Accordingly , the National Secretariat of Confederation of Central Govt. Employees and Workers calls upon all affiliated organisations and state/District level Coordinating Committees (COCs) to hold protest demonstrations in front of all Central Government offices , strictly observing the Covid - 19 restrictions imposed by Central and State Governments.  Minimum permitted number of employees and leaders may sit in front of offices holding placards with demands , with all precautionary measures like masks , social distancing etc. Wide publicity may be given to the programme through print / electronic media and social media.

                           FRATERNALLY YOURS,
                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                        (R.N. PARASHAR)
                                                                                                                        SECRETARY GENERAL
                                                                                                            CONFEDERATION OF CGE&W

Friday, May 1, 2020

DA and CPI March 2020

The All-India Consumer Price Index-IW for March   2020 decreased  by 2 points now stands  at 326 (three hundred  and twenty six ).  This decrease of 4 points is from last two months.  


DA as on 1st April  2020 is  23.37 %. 

  

Home Ministry orders on Lock down extension for two weeks .

Thursday, April 30, 2020

MAY DAY GREETINGS TO ONE & ALL


The world is incomplete without the contribution of workers  as you have worked very hard throughout the year for the progress of the nation.   Now it is a day to fight to keep our rights intact . Happy May Day to all the workers across the world . 

OBSERVE MAY DAY



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No. Confd.-2020                     Dated: 29.04.2020
CIRCULAR

OBSERVE MAY DAY
HOLDING PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS
IN FRONT OF OFFICES
AGAINST DA & DR FREEZING
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Confederation National Secretariat calls upon the entirety of Central Government Employees including Gramin Dak Sevaks and also Central Govt. Pensioners to observe MAY DAY (01.05.2020) holding protest demonstrations in front of offices with play cards against the unilateral decision of the Central Government to freeze DA & DR due from 01.01.2020 to 30.06.2021.

While conducting protest demonstrations , it should be ensured that all instructions of Central and State Governments during lockdown period such as social distancing , wearing of masks , limiting the number of participants to permissible  minimum (not more than the number permitted by District Collector or local police authorities) should be strictly observed . Don't violate any COVID - 19 related precautionary measures and instructions of the District Collectors and Police.


                                                                                   R. N. Parashar 
                                                                           Secretary General.
                                                                Confederation of CGE & Workers


Friday, April 24, 2020

Freezing of Dearness Allowance without consulting the National JCM should be rolled back immediately.




Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers of  Karnataka State oppose the freezing of Dearness Allowance from 1st Jan 2020 to 30th June 2021 without consulting the National JCM and the concerned Central Government employees Associations . It has a vide impact on the Central Government employees and pensioners by causing hardship to them. The morality of the Central Government employees is being affected by these actions.  

    Government is a model employer it should be role model for others, if Central Government takes this view , what about State Governments and private employers. They will act drastically on the wage cut.

      The basic purpose behind the provision of dearness allowance is to offset the rise in prices of consumption goods and to protect the real wages from being encroached by price rise.

      In the 7th CPC the Central Government employees has already got less wage fixed due to wrong price index adopted by the 7th CPC ,this issue is still not resolved from past four  years,   there basic pay should have been fixed at least at   Rs 21000/ and multiplying factor should have been at 3.00 instead of 2.56, now the Central Government employees  lost about 13 % wage hike, Now additional 12% DA is freeze is applied ,  so totally our wages of Central Government employees and pensioners  are eroded by 25%. It will also affect the Transport Allowance   payments apart from DA, as DA is linked to Transport Allowance  .        

     In respect of serving Central Government employees the on an average  loss is about Rs 1.2 lakhs , the effect of the DA freeze is felt for those who are retiring in this year and next year . Where DA factor is taken into account for both leave encashment and gratuity calculation on an average about Rs 1.5 lakhs less amount is received at the time of retirement. 

  The Central Government employees have contributed generously to the PM care fund and shown willingness to the contribution upto March 2021. We Central Government employees are always at forefront of any calamity, we Central Government employees have worked taking risk factor of Covid19 conditions at respective offices ,  Post offices , Goods Trains, Income tax offices etc were  in operation even in covid19 conditions  , there are a large chunk of Doctors and  medical staff such as in CGHS, Government run hospitals, Army , Defence personnel ,  who have worked and sacrificed their life   for the nation for these people also the DA freeze is affected .

 

  We do understand that lockdown is quite essential for fighting the deadly Corona Virus (Covid19), there has been an impact of revenue collection to the Central Government  and State Governments, We the Central Government employees are with the nation and contributed towards the PM relief fund for one year . If any more contribution is required from the Central Government employees we are ready to do it . But freezing of DA for one and years will impact the Central Government employees also both in terms of morality and hardship . If Central Government with consultation of JCM had postponed the payment of   Dearness Allowance it would have a better option rather than freezing it.

  The total impact on DA payment is estimated at Rs 38,000/- crores for one and years actually 12 lakhs Central Government posts are vacant, that means actually only Rs 30,000/- crores is only estimated, but due to the fall in crude oil prices the Central Government has gained lot of money, the government has hiked special additional excise duty and road and infrastructure cess by a total of Rs 3/- per litre for petrol and diesel. Though retail prices of petrol and diesel are not seen to increase immediately, going by the consumption trends, the move will fetch an additional Rs 47,000 crore to the government in financial year 2020-21. The crude oil price which was at 70 USD  a barrel is at about 30 USD  a barrel.  India imports 85% of the crude oil requirements, the reduced prices of crude oil prices has yelled more revenue to the Central Government.  

    Crores of people have also contributed towards the PM care fund.  If   proper cost cutting done on expenditures like seminars , public interaction programs ,  foreign travel , public meetings, newspaper advertisements, restricted air travel, purchase of equipment’s, official travels etc, are avoided by the Government for a period of one year then the   Central Government will save lot of funds which can be utilized to fight Covid19. 


The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on 29/4/2020 has approved $1.5 billion loan to India to help fund its fight against corona virus pandemic. The loan has been sanctioned with a view to support immediate priorities such as disease containment and prevention, as well as social protection for the poor and economically vulnerable sections. 

Thus the Central Government will  having sufficient funds to manage the finances of the country and tackling the Covid19. 

        The Central Government employees are ready to make much more contributions voluntarily if required by the nation, but there rights should not be snatched by the Central Government according to the nation needs.  

   Hence these freezing of Dearness Allowance from 1st Jan 2020 to 30th June 2021 without consulting the National JCM should be rolled back immediately.

Issued by COC Karnataka

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

MHA-Orders on Covid19 pertaining to Central Government Employees.

MHA-Order-for-extending-the-Lockdown-Period-
till-03-05-2020.

CLICK HERE FOR ORDERS 

Consolidated Guidelines on the measures to be taken by Ministries/ Departments of Government of India, State/Union Territory Governments and State/ Union Territory Authorities for containment of COVID-19 Epidemic in the Country, as notified by Ministry of Home Affairs

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Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Ministry of Home affairs orders and guidelines on Covid19

Preventive measures to contain the spread of COVID 19.

No.Z-11025/01/2019-Admn.1(Pt.)
Government of India / Bharat Sarkar
Ministry of Labour / Shram Mantralaya
Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg,
New Delhi, Dated 23 March, 2020
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: – Preventive measures to contain the spread of COVID 19.
The undersigned is directed to refer to DoP&T’s O.M. No. 11013/9/2014-Estt-(A-III) dated 22.02.2020 whereby the Departments have been requested to draw up a roaster of staff (all officers and employees, including consultant / contract / outsourced employees) who are required to render essential services will alone attend the office from 23rd March until 31st March 2020.
2. Further, the Government of Delhi has declared complete lock-down of Delhi except essential services like health, water, electricity etc.
3. In view of the above and closure of all modes of public transport viz., metro, taxi, auto etc., the Bureau Heads may draw up a roaster of minimum possible staff, upto the level of Director engaged in essential services (e.g. release of funds, disbursement of salaries, budgetary work, parliamentary work, legislative work & preventive measures for containment of COVID 19), who will be required to attend office during the above mentioned period, by rotation.
4. Officers of the level of Additional Secretary and above will attend office on all working days during the above period.
5. As far as Joint Secretaries are concerned, they would ensure that either of the two Joint Secretaries out of the four namely JS (RKG), JS(KR), JS (VB) and JS& DGLW are in office. In the first instance, JS(KR) and JS (VB) will work from home on 24 and 25 March 2020.
6. JS & DGLW is out of station on official assignment.
7. EA(DS) shall attend the office on 24th & 25th March 2020 and other days he will work from home.
8. DDG (SPB) and DDG (AAK) shall attend the office on 26th 3 27th March 2020 and other days they will work from home.
9, DDO/ other officers / officials posted in Admn.II/ LRC will not be covered under these instructions.
10. All officers / officials must leave their contact numbers (mobile as well as landline) with their controlling officers and they should be available for being called to office at short notice, as per exigency.
11. All the officers / officials attending office are to maintain safe social distance with others in office as per the guidelines issued by Ministry of Health.
12. A copy of DoP&T’s O.M. No. 11013/9/2014-Estt(A-III) dated 22.02.2020 is enclosed for information and compliance.
13. The officials posted in the O/o Hon’ble Mos (I/C)(L&E) and Secretary (L&E) would seek instructions from PS to Minister and PPS to Secretary respectively.
14. All Bureau Heads are requested to ensure that similar instructions are issued by the attached / subordinate / autonomous/ statutory offices under their respective jurisdiction.
(C.S.Ra0)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Tele: 23766903
CLICK HERE FOR ORDER


Sunday, March 22, 2020

Preventive measures to contain the spread of COVID -19

F. No.11013/9/2014-Estt-(A-iii)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training
North Block, New Delhi
Dated 22.03.2020
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
SUB: Preventive measures to contain the spread of COVID -19
In super-session of this Department’s OM of even no. dated 19.03.2020 and 20.03.2020, the following further instructions are issued:
(i) Heads of Department (HoDs) may draw up a Roster of Staff (all officers and employees, including consultants/ contract and outsourced employees), who are required to render essential services within each Department. They alone may be asked to attend office from 23 March until 31st March 2020. In other words, the Office should function with skeletal staff. Officials who are working from home should be available on telephone and electronic means of communication at all times. They should attend Office if called for, in case of any exigencies of work.
(ii) Similar instructions should be issued to Attached/Subordinate Offices, Autonomous/Statutory Bodies.
(iii) The Department of Financial Services (DFS) and Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) may issue similar instructions regarding Financial Institutions and Public Sector Undertakings.

(iv) These instructions shall not apply to the Officers and employees engaged in essential/emergency services and those directly engaged in taking measures to control spread of COVID 19.

2. These instructions shall be applicable with immediate effect.
(Sujata Chaturvedi)
Additional Secretary to the Government of India.


To
1. All the Ministries and Departments of Government of India
2. PMO/Cabinet Secretariat
3. PS to MoS(PP)
4. PSO to Secretary (Personnel)
5. Sr. Technical Director. NIC, DoPT

Friday, March 20, 2020

Preventive measures to contain the spread of COVID19

Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training

North Block, New Delhi-110001
Dated the 19th March, 2020

OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Sub: Preventive measures to contain the spread of COVID19.
In continuation of this Department OM of even no. dated 17th March, 2020 (Copy Enclosed), the following further instructions are issued:
(i) Heads of Department (HoDs) may ensure that 50 per cent of Group B and C employees are required to attend office every day, and the remaining 50 per cent staff should be instructed to work from home. All HoDs are advised to draft a weekly roster of duty for Group B and C staff and ask them to attend office on alternate weeks. While deciding the roster for ‘the first week, HoDs are advised to include officials who are residing in close proximity to their office or use their own transport to travel to the offices.
(ii) Further, the working hours for all employees who attend office on a particular day should be staggered. It is suggested that three groups of employees may be formed and asked to attend office as per the following timings:-
(a) 9 AM to 5.30 PM
(b) 9.30 AM to 6 PM
(c) 10 AM to 6.30 PM

(iii) The officials who are working from home on a particular day as per the roster drawn up should be available on telephone and electronic means of communication at all times. They should attend office, if called for any exigency of work.
(iv) Similar instructions may be issued to Attached/Subordinate Offices, Autonomous/Statutory Bodies.
(v) The Department of Financial Services (DFS) and Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) may issue similar instructions regarding Financial Institutions and Public Sector Undertakings.
(vi) These instructions shall not apply to the offices and employees engaged in essential / emergency services and those directly engaged in taking measures to control spread of COVID-19.
(vii) These orders shall be applicable with immediate effect and will remain in force till 4th April, 2020.
(Sujata Chaturvedi)
Additional Secretary to the Government of India

To
  1. All the Ministries/Departments of the Government of India
  2. PMO / Cabinet Secretariat
  3. PS to MoS (PP)
  4. P50 to Secretary(Personnel)
  5. Sr. Technical Director, NIC, DoPT

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

AGITATIONAL PROGRAMMES- POSTPONED

DUE TO SPREAD OF CORONA VIRUS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE COUNTRY, ALL AGITATIONAL PROGRAMMES ON CALL OF CONFEDERATION ARE HEREBY POSTPONED.

            NEXT DATES WILL BE INTIMATED LATER.

R.N. PARASHAR
                    Secretary General
             Confederation

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Coverage under Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972, in place of National Pension System,

No. 57/04/2019-P&PW(B)
Government of India
Department of Pension and PW
Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market,
New Delhi, the 17th February, 2020
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: Coverage under Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972, in place of National Pension System, of those Central Government employees whose selection for appointment was finalized before 01.01.2004 but who joined Government service on or after 01.01.2004.
The undersigned is directed to say that consequent on introduction of National Pension System (NPS) vide Ministry of Finance (Department of Economic Affairs) Notification No. 517/2003-ECB & PR dated 22.12.2003, all Government servants appointed on or after 01.01.2004 to the posts in the Central Government service (except armed forces) are mandatorily covered under the said scheme. The Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972 and other connected rules were also amended vide Notification dated 30.12.2003 and, after the said amendment, those rules are not applicable to the Government servants appointed to Government service after 31.12.2003.
2. Representations have been received in this Department from the Government servants appointed on or after 1.1.2004 requesting for the benefit of the pension scheme under Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972 on the ground that their appointment was delayed on account of administrative reasons or lapses. Similar references have been received from Ministries/Departments seeking advice of this Department on the question whether the Government servants who were appointed on or after 1.1.2004 could also be extended the benefit of pension scheme under CCS (Pension) Rules, if their appointment was delayed beyond 31.12.2003 on account of administrative reasons and the delay in appointment was beyond the control of the said Government servants.
3. From the representations of the Government employees and the references received from Ministries/Departments, it has been observed that in many of the cases referred to this Department, selection process (including written examination, interview and declaration of result) for recruitment had been completed before 01.01.2004 but the employee joined the Government service on or after 01.01.2004. A few illustrations where the selection was finalized before 01.01.2004 but actual joining took place on or after 01.01.2004 are as under:
(i) The result for recruitment was declared before 01.01.2004 but the offer of appointment and actual joining of the Government servant was delayed on account of police verification, medical examination etc.;
(ii) Some of the candidates selected through a common selection process were issued offers of appointments and were also appointed before 01.01.2004 whereas the offers of appointment to other selected candidates were issued on or after 1.1.2004 due to administrative reasons/constraints including pending Court/CAT cases
(iii) Candidates selected before 01.01.2004 through a common competitive examination were allocated to different Departments/organization. While recruitment process was completed by some Department(s) I organizations on or before 31.12.2003 in respect of one or more candidates, the offers of appointment to the candidates allocated to the other Departments / organization were issued on or after 01.01.2004.
(iv) Offers of appointment to selected candidates were made before 01.01.2004 with a direction to join on or after 01.01.2004.
(v) Offers of appointment were issued to selected candidates before 01.01.2004, and many/most candidates joined service before 01.01.2004. However, some candidate(s) were allowed extension of joining time and they joined service on or after 01.01.2004. However, their seniority was either unaffected or was depressed in the same batch or to a subsequent batch, the result for which subsequent batch was declared before 01.01.2004.
(vi) The result for recruitment was declared before 01.01.2004 but one or more candidates were declared disqualified on the grounds of medical fitness or verification of character and antecedents, caste or income certificates. Subsequently, on review, they were found fit for appointment and were issued offers of appointment on or after 01.01.2004.
In all the above illustrative cases, since the result for recruitment was declared before 01.01.2004, denial of the benefit of pension under CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 to the affected Government servants is not considered justified.
4. The matter has been examined in consultation with the Department of Personnel & Training, Department of Expenditure and Department of Legal Affairs in the light of the various representations/references and decisions of the Courts in this regard. It has been decided that in all cases where the results for recruitment were declared before 01.01.2004 against vacancies occurring on or before 31.12.2003, the candidates declared successful for recruitment shall be eligible for coverage under the CCS(Pension) Rules, 1972. Accordingly, such Government servants who were declared successful for recruitment in the results declared on or before 31.12.2003 against vacancies occurring before 01.01.2004 and are covered under the National Pension System on joining service on or after 01.01.2004, maybe given a one-time option to be covered under the CCS(Pension) Rules, 1972. This option may be exercised by the concerned Government servants latest by 31.05.2020.
5. Those Government servants who are eligible to exercise option in accordance with para-4 above, but who do not exercise this option by the stipulated date, shall continue to be covered by the National Pension System.
6. The option once exercised shall be final.
7. It is clarified, that the above option would be available to only those Government servants who were declared successful for recruitment before 01.01.2004, against vacancies pertaining to the period prior to that date. This option shall, however, not be available to the Government servants appointed on or after 01.01.2004 if they fall in any of the following categories:
(i) Government servants whose names were included in a panel of selected candidates before 01.01.2004 for recruitment against vacancies occurring on or after 01.01.2004 and were, accordingly, recruited on or after 01.01.2004.
(ii) A Government servant whose name was included in a panel of selected candidates prepared before 01.01.2004 for vacancies arising before and after 01.01.2004 but was actually appointed after 31.12.2003 against a vacancy arising on or after 01.01.2004.
(iii) Government servants who were selected against vacancies pertaining to the period prior to 01.01.2004 on the basis of an advertisement/notification issued before 01.01.2004 or a written examination/interview held before 01.01.2004 but results for recruitment were declared on or after 01.01.2004.
(iv) Government servants who joined on or after 01.01.2004 after they were granted extension of joining time on their own request and, in accordance with the instructions issued by the Department of Personnel & Training, their seniority was depressed on account of such extension of joining time to a batch for which the result for recruitment was declared on or after 01.01.2004.
8. The matter regarding coverage under the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 based on the option exercised by the Government servant shall be placed before the appointing authority for consideration in accordance with these instructions. In case the Government servant fulfils the conditions for coverage under the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972, in accordance with these instructions, necessary order in this regard shall be issued latest by 30th September, 2020. The NPS account of such Government servants shall, consequently, be closed w.e.f. 01st November, 2020.
9. The Government servants who exercise option to switch over to the pension scheme under CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972, shall be required to subscribe to the
General Provident Fund (GPF). Regarding accountal of the corpus in the NPS account of the Government servant, Controller General of Accounts (CGA) has
furnished the following clarification vide letter No. 1(7)(2)/2010/cla./TA 111/390 dated 14.11.2019:

i. Adjustment of Employees’ contribution in Accounts: Amount may be credited to individual’s GPF account and the account may be recasted permitting up-to-date interest (Authority-FR-16 &Rule 11 of GPF Rules).
ii. Adjustment of Government contribution under NPS in Accounts: To be accounted for as (-) Dr. to object head 70 – Deduct Recoveries under Major Head 2071 – Pension and other Retirement benefit – Minor Head 911- Deduct Recoveries of overpayment (GAR 35 and pars 3.10 of List of Major and Minor Heads of Accounts).
iii. Adjustment of increased value of subscription on account of appreciation of investments – May be accounted for by crediting the amount to Govt. account under M.H. 0071- Contribution towards Pension and Other Retirements Benefits 800- Other Receipts ( Note under the above Head in LMMHA).
10. All Ministries/Departments are requested to give wide publicity to these orders. The cases of those Government servants who fulfil the conditions mentioned
in this O.M. and who exercise option to switch over to the pension scheme under CCS (Pension) Rules may be settled by the administrative Ministries/Departments in accordance with these orders.
11. These orders issue with the concurrence of Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, vide their I.D. Note No. 1(7) EV/2019 dated 08.01.2020.
12. In their application to the employees of Indian Audit and Accounts Department, these orders are issued after consultation with Comptroller and Auditor General of India, as mandated under Article 148(5) of the Constitution.
13. Hindi version will follow.
(Ruchir Mittal)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India