SAINIK KALYAN VIBHAG : RAJASTHAN CHAPTER - 1

SAINIK KALYAN VIBHAG : RAJASTHAN
CHAPTER - 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1. Background of this hand-book ( Right to Information Act . 2005).
The aim of this hand book is primarily to guide the civilian citizens/ ex-servicemen / widows
and their dependents to seek information concerning them / their relations serving / retired
from Armed Forces of India. Therefore it will encompass the problem of the Information Act,
2005 which reads –
(a) To provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens. (In
context of Raja Saink Kalyan Vibhag it will be applicable to ex-servicemen (as per
orders) widows and their direct dependents only)
(b) To secure / access / information under the control of Rajya Sainik Kalyan Vibhag / Zila
Sainik Kalyan Karyalayas in order to:(i)
To promote transparency in the working of Rajya Sainik Kalyan Vibhag and Zila
Sainik Kalyan Karyalaya
(ii)
Accountability in the working of the office
1.2. Objective / purpose of this hand-book
(a) To promote transparency and accountability in the working of Sainik Kalyan Vibhag and
to strengthen the democratic republic
(b) Contain corruption.
(c) Provide information about the Sainik Kalyan Vibhag to the civilian citizen / exservicemen / widows and their dependents.
1.3. Who are the intended users of this hand-book?
(a) Public / Citizen
(b) Ex-servicemen
(c) War Widows
(d) Dependents of ex-servicemen and widows
1.4. Organisation of the information in this hand-book
The Organisation of this hand book consist of 18 Chapters which are as under –
 Particulars of Organization, Functions and Duties
 Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees
 Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records, for Discharging Functions
 Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by, the
members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation
thereof
 A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control
 A statement of boards, council, committees and other bodies constituted as its part
 The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers
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Procedure followed in Decision Making Process
Directory of Officers and Employee
The Monthly Remuneration Received By Each of its Officers and Employees, Including
the System of Compensation as Provided in Regulations
The Budget Allocated to each Agency
(Particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursement made) For
Public Authorities responsible for developmental, construction, technical works
The Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programmes
Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, permits or authorization granted by it
Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions
Information available in an electronic form
Particulars of the facilities available to citizens for obtaining information
Other Useful Information
1.5. Definitions
DEFINITION OF EX-SERVICEMEN
1.
The eligibility of the retired Defence personnel to the status of ex-servicemen is
governed by the definition as laid down by Department of Personnel and Training. The
definition has been undergoing changes from time to time. The following is the broad
categorisation:Any person who had served in any rank
(a) Those released before 01 Jul 68.
(whether as Combatant or not) in the Armed Forces of the Union and has been
released there from otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of
misconduct or inefficiency.
(b) Those released on or after 01 Jul 68 but before 01 Jul 79. Any person who had
served in any rank (whether as a Combatant or not) in the Armed Forces of the Union
for a continuous period of not less than six months after attestation and released there
from otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or
inefficiency.
(c ) Those released on or after 01 Jul 79 but before 01 Jul 87. Any person who had
served in any rank (whether as a Combatant or not) in the Armed Forces of the Union for
a continuous period of not less than six months after attestation if discharged for reasons
other than at their own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account of
misconduct or inefficiency and not less than 5 years of service if discharged at own
request.
(d) Those released on or after 01 Jul 87. Any person who had served in any rank
(whether as a Combatant or not) in the Armed Forces of the Indian Union and was
released/retired with any kind of pension from Defence Budget or released on
completion of specific terms of engagement with gratuity otherwise than at his own
request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency.
(e) Govt of India, Ministry of Defence (Deptt of Ex-Servicemen Welfare) vide their
Office Memorandum No. 12/1/2005/D (Res) dated 01 Feb 06 has conveyed that it has
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been decided with the approval of Hon’ble Raksha Mantri that such Recruits who were
boarded out/released on Medical Grounds and granted Medical/Disability Pension, will
also be covered under the category of Ex-Servicemen for all practical purposes.
2.
The eligibility of the person to the status of ex-servicemen will be governed by the
definition in vogue at the time of his discharge and will not be affected by the changes in the
definition subsequent to his discharge.
3.
In addition the personnel of Territorial Army (TA) of the following categories viz. pension
holders for continuous embodied service; persons with disability attributable to military service;
and gallantry award winners retired on or after 15.11.86 and the personnel of the Army Postal
Service (APS) who are a part of the regular Army and retired from such service, i.e. directly
from the Army Postal Service itself without reversion to P&T Department with a pension or who
have been released from such service on medical grounds, attributable to military service or
circumstances beyond their control and awarded medical or other disability pension are also
covered within the definition of ex-servicemen with effect from19 Jul 89.
ARMED FORCES
4.
Armed Forces of the Union means the Army, Navy and Air Force of the Indian Union
including Armed Forces of the former Indian States but excludes the persons who have served
in Defence Security Corps, General Reserve Engineering Force, Lok Sahayak Sena and Para
Military Forces (PMF).
Priority of Ex-servicemen / Widows for Assistance
Priority – I : Widows / wards of Defence Personnel killed in Action.
Priority – II : Wards of serving Personnel and ex-servicemen disabled in action
Priority – III : Widows / wards of Defence Personnel who died in peace time with death
attributable to military service.
Priority – IV : Wards of Defence Personnel disabled in peace with disability attributable to
military service.
Priority – V : Wards of Ex-servicemen and serving personnel who are in receipt of Gallantry
Awards :(1)
Param Vir Chakra
(2)
Ashok Chakra
(3)
Sarvottam Yudh Seva Medal
(4)
Mahavir Chakra
(5)
Kirti Chakra
(6)
Uttam Yudh Seva Medal
(7)
Vir Chakra
(8)
Shaurya Chakra
(9)
Yudh Seva Medal
(10)
Sena, Nau Sena, Vayu Sena Medal
(11)
Mention-in-Dispatches
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Director General Resettlement
The Director General of Resettlement (DGR) is an inter service organisation directly under the
Ministry of Defence. The Director General Resettlement looks after all matters connected with
resettlement and welfare of ex-servicemen (ESM) and their dependents. It comprises of
employment, self employment, training, agriculture, stateless and records, publicity Directorate
under it. (Web site http://www.Director General Resettlementindia.com)
Kendriya Sainik Board
Came into existence in 1919 called Indian Soldier Board aim was to advise on matters
affecting the interest of serving, discharged and deceased Indian soldiers and non combatants
and their dependents. In March 1951 it was renamed as Indian Soldiers' Sailors and Airmen
Board. The designation of the Board was changed to Kendriya Sainik Board in 1975. The
Secretariat was placed under direct administrative control of DIRECTOR GENERAL
RESETTLEMENT from 18 April 1982. (Web site – http://www.Director General
Resettlementindia.com)
(1) Information – means any material in any form including records, documents, means,
e-mails, opinion, advances, press releases, circulars, orders, logbooks, contracts,
reports papers, samples Ministry of Defenseless, data material held in any electronic
form and information relating any private body which can be accessed by a public
authority under any other law for the time being in force.
(2) "Prescribed" means prescribed by rules made under this Act by the appropriate
Government or the competent authority, as the case may be;
(3) "Public Authority" means any authority or body or institution of self-government
established or constituted –
(a)
by or under the Constitution;
(b)
by any other law made by Parliament;
(c)
by any other law made by State Legislature
(d)
by notification issued or order made by the appropriate Government, and
includes any –
(i) body owned, controlled or substantially financed;
(ii) non- government Organisation substantially financed, directly or indirectly by
funds provided by the appropriate Government;
(4) "Record" includes –
(a)
Any documents, manuscript and file.
(b)
Any microfilm, microfiche and facsimile copy of a document.
(c)
Any reproduction of image or image embodied in such microfilm (Whether
enlarged or not) and
(d) Any other material produced by a computer or any other device;
(5) "Right to information" means the right to information accessible under this Act which
is held by or under the control of any public authority and includes the right to–
(i)
inspection of work, documents records;
(ii)
taking notes, extracts or certified copies of documents or records;
(iii)
taking certified samples of material;
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(iv)
obtaining information in the form of diskettes, floppies, tapes, video cassettes
or in any other electronic Ministry of Defence or through printouts where such
information is stored in a computer or in any other device;
(6) "State Information Commission" means the State Information Commission
constituted under sub-section (1) of section 15;
(7) "State Chief Information Commissioner" and "State Information Commissioner"
mean the State Information Commission and the State Information Commissioner
appointed under sub- section (3) of section 15;
(8) "State Public Information Officer" means the state public Information Officer
designed under sub-section (i) and includes a state Assistant Public Information Officer
designated as such under sub-section(2) of section 5
(9) "Third party" means a person other than the citizen making a request for information
and includes a public authority.
1.6. Contact person in case some body wants to get more information on topics
covered in the hand-book as well as other information also.
Deputy Director
Rajya Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
North Building, Secretariat, Jaipur.
1.7. Procedure and Fee Structure for getting information not available in the hand-book.
The application for seeking information along with fee to be paid is as under :(a)
Application Fees along with Application Rs. 10/(b)
Inspection of Accounts
First hour – Nil
Thereafter Rs. 5 for every 15 minute
or part thereof
(c)
Photo Copy (A 4 and A3 size)
Rs. Two / page
(d)
Photo Copy Bigger page
Actual Cost
(e)
Sample for Model
Actual Cost
(f)
Disk or Floppy
Rs. 50/- per Disc or Floppy
(g)
Information for Publication
Actual Cost or Rs. 2/- for every Photo
Copy
(Note – Fees will have to be deposited by Cash / DD/ Bankers Cheque or by Postal Order)
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CHAPTER-2 (MANUAL . 1)
PARTICULARS OF ORGANIZATION, FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES
2.1. Objective/purpose of Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
To look after the welfare of ex-servicemen / widows and their dependents to include training
empowerment, providing jobs and ensuring that they get their dues due to them from State /
Centre.
2.2. Mission / Vision Statement of the Sainik Kalyan Vibhag.
To strive hard to ensure that the ex-serve men / widows / dependents in Rajasthan live a
contented happy life. Their problems are addressed on and Grievances are remedeed on
priority.
2.3. Brief history of Sainik Kalyan Vibhag in context of its formation.
The Sainik Kalyan Vibhag came into existence in the year 1950. It used to be called Rajasthan
Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen Board. It was located in Chomu House. It came to the present
location (Secretariat building) in 1970. It was designated as Rajya Sainik Board in 1974 and
came to be called Sainik Kalyan Vibhag with effect from 1994.
2.4. Duties of Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
WELFARE
1. To execute the instructions given by the State Administration, the Kendriya Sainik Board
and Director General Resettlement Delhi and function as a bridge between the centre and
the state administration on matter concerning ex-servicemen's welfare.
2. To periodically evaluate the progress made by the Department of Sainik Welfare and send
progress report as required by the State Govt and Kendriya Sainik Board.
3. To get the annual performance returns (green return) from all Zila Sainik Welfare Offices
under his jurisdiction by 30 Apr and forward the same to Kendriya Sainik Board duly
compiled by 15 May.
4. To forward performance returns (pink return) of Deptt of Sainik Welfare by 15 may and 15
Nov to Kendriya Sainik Board with copy to the Director Resettlement Zones every year.
5. To co-ordinate the work of Zila Sainik Welfare office in the State and ensure their
functioning is in accordance with policies prescribed by the Central and State Govts.
Inspect the Zila Sainik Welfare Office at least once a year and render reports on their
performance to the State Govt. He may also carry out surprise visits if warranted.
6. To operate the welfare funds in accordance with the prescribed budgets of the funds and
according to the rules and decision of the Fund Committees. It is to be ensured that the
corpus is invested in Public Sector Undertaking and Nationalised Banks judiciously for
optimum yield. Further it is to be ensured that at least 15% of the income is ploughed back
to the corpus every year. The amount of corpus should never (repeat) never be used for
any expenditure without prior approval of Kendriya Sainik Board / Director General
Resettlement.
7. To ensure that advance payment of Central share on account of maintenance of Deptt of
Sainik Welfare / Zila Sainik Welfare office is claimed from The Kendriya Sainik Board in the
month of May/Jun as soon as budget of the Department of Sainik Welfare of State / UT
Govts is passed. The reimbursement of the balance amount will be claimed from the
Kendriya Sainik Board as soon as audited account of the previous year is received from the
AG.
8. Expeditious settlement of pension cases. To hold pension Adalats in co-operation with the
local pension disbursing officer.
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9. To arrange defence of court cases in liaison with Central Govt counsel of the State where
Ministry Of Defence / Director General Resettlement/Kendriya Sainik Board is a respondent
and challenge wrong rulings given any agency in regard to pay / pension employment /
authorisation etc of ex-servicemen.
10. To set targets for Flag Day fund collections for each ZSWo / ASB through the Flag Day
Fund Committee and guide / monitor their collection pattern.
11. To supervise all the Administrative operations of the Deptt of Sainik Welfare / Office of the
Rajya Sainik Board.
12. To make agenda minutes for the annual meetings of the Deptt of Sainik Welfare and Fund
Committees and monitor progress of the decisions.
13. To send to the ex-servicemen corporation all periodical reports / statistical statements
required by it.
14. To organize ex-servicemen rallies at State level, to promote self – employment schemes,
publicise employment opportunities, settle pension cases and grievances of service
personnel and ex-servicemen with civil administration.
15. to ensure that the constitution of Rajya Sainik Board and Zila Sainik Board is as per the
recommendations of High Level Committee.
SELF – EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYMENT
16. To identify the problems with regard to resettlement and welfare of the ex-servicemen and
their dependents residing in the State and to bring them to the notice of the state
Administration and others concerned.
17. To ensure the implementation of resettlement schemes formulated by the Central Govt and
State Administration by maintaining close and constant liaison with the various State
Departments and financial institutions.
18. To evolve measure for the resettlement and welfare of ex-servicemen and families of the
deceased personnel of the Defence forces in terms of :
(a) Providing them employment in the Govt offices / State Public and Private Sector
undertakings.
(b) Evolving schemes for self – employment and getting their approval from State
authorities / proposed corporation.
(c) formulating and implementing specific schemes to rehabilitate war widows and disabled
defence personnel.
(d) Adopting appropriate measurement to enable the ex-servicemen and their dependents
to get quicker solution to their problems while they represent their cases with district /
local administration.
(e) Suggesting new schemes / programmes to the State Govt authorities.
(f) to run, implement and execute self – employment schemes. formulate favourbale loan
schemes for ex-servicemen with commercial banks and State Financial Institutions.
(g) To maintain close and effective liaison with local Central State Employment Exchanges,
private organisations and undertakings for enhancing the scope for employment of exservicemen. Information related to employment opportunities in the State is to be
disseminated to the ex-servicemen through the Deptt of Sainik Welfare / Zila Sainik
Board.
(h) To liaise with State Govts. State and Central Govt undertakings for implementing the
reservation policy for ex-servicemen / dependents of ex-servicemen. To forward half –
yearly return as on 20 Jun and 31 Dec on placement of ex-servicemen with State
Govts. Public Sector Undertakings. Corporations etc is fixed as per guidelines issued by
the Central Govt.
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Training
23. To co-ordinate and monitor the planning and conduct of training under State exservicemen resettlement training schemes.
24 To liaise with the State Technical Consultancy Service, State financial Corporations,
Industries Deptt and other entrepreneurial development agencies for operating entrepreneurial
development programmes.
2.5. Main activities/functions of Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
The department of Sainik Kalyan in the state is an Apex body concerned will all matters
pertaining to the welfare and resettlement of ex-servicemen in addition to being a permanent
department of the Stare Government, it is an effective limit between the centre and State
Government for implementing various policy directives laid down by the ministry of defence.
The responsibilities of the Department encompasses all matters pertaining to employment, self
employment training and welfare of ex-servicemen and their dependents..
Welfare
(a) Liaison with various Depts. of Central and State Govts / UTs as well as local Services HQs
on all matters concerning welfare of ex-servicemen and "families of serving / deceased
personnel of the Armed Forces. Including co-ordinations of all welfare activities conducted by
various agencies.
Employment and Self Employment
(a) Maintain close and effective liaison for the purpose of resettlement and maximizing
employment of ex-servicemen with the Deptt of Industries and Commerce, Employment
Exchange, Bureau of Public Enterprises, Banking organisations, Govt establishments and
private bodies.
(b) Formation of ex-servicemen corporations and assistance to ex-servicemen co-operatives
and associations in their self employment ventures.
(c) Review the implementation of reservations of jobs for ex-servicemen in Central and State
Govts/ UTs and their undertakings and take necessary steps to advise them to make up the
short fall.
(d) Monitor implementation of various resettlement schemes for self-employment and advise
financial institutions of such schemes.
Training
(a) Formulate policies for training of ex-servicemen and monitor the training activities
conducted through State sponsored training courses.
(b) Liaise with various entrepreneurial development agencies and depts. for conducting
programmes for ex-servicemen and their dependents and drawing up annual schedules
thereof.
(c) Provide budgetary support for conduct of training and review progress periodically.
2.6. List of services being provided by the Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
(a) All matters concerning welfare of ex-servicemen / widows and their dependents.
(b) Ensure Kargil Package facilities are provided on priority to widows.
(c) All correspondence to assists ex-servicemen to seeking employment, resolve cases of
widows / ex-servicemen with State Departments.
(d) Ensure facilities / grants provided by State Government / office are distributed to the
beneficiaries correctly and in time.
(e) Empowerment of widows, training of ex-servicemen / dependents.
(f) Correspond with Army / Air Force / Navel Headquarters, record offices, concerning widows /
ex-servicemen.
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2.7. Organizational Structure Diagram at various levels namely State, directorate,
region district, block etc
ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY
SECRETARY
DY. SECRETARY
DIRECTORATE
OS
SPA PA
1
1
1
ACCTT
DIRECTOR
DY. DIRECTOR
AAO
OA UDC
LDC
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2
4
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DRIVER
CLASS IV
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ZILA SAINIK KALYAN KARYALAYA (24)
Zila Sainik Kalyan Adhikari
UDC LDC
WELFARE
DRIVER
CLASS IV EMPLOYEES
ORGANISER
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2.8.
Expectation of Sainik Kalyan Vibhag from the public for enhancing its
effectiveness and efficiency.
(a) Finitely, Detailed and Accurate information of ex-servicemen / widows
(b) Unwanted or heard rumors be avoided.
(c) Frequent inter action with Zila Sainik Adhikaries.
(d) Empowerment and self improvement / confidence in dealing with day to day situations.
2.9 Arrangements and methods made for seeking public participation/ contribution.
(a) Ex-servicemen Rallies are organised once in two years
(b) Zila Sainik Kalyan Adhikaries visit sub tehsil 5 days in a month to inter act with them.
(c) District Collectors organise 26th Jan and 15 August Functions at District headquarters.
(d) Army Wifes Welfare meet is organised at Military Station.
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2.10. Mechanism available for monitoring the service delivery and public grievance
resolution.
1. Zila Sainik Kalyan Adhikaries
2. Director Rajya Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
3. Dy. Secretary
4. Secretary
5. Principal Secretary
6. Minister for Sainik Kalyan
2.11. Addresses of the main office and other offices at different levels.
Sr.
No.
Name
Design
ation
S.T.D.
Code
1.
Shri
Tapesh
Pawar, IAS
Shri Subesingh
Yadav
Brig S K Sharma
PRS
0141
Office
2227110
Joint
Secy
Director
0141
2227039
0141
2227650
2232850
4
Shri
Narayan
Singh Sheshma
Dy.
Director
0141
2227897
2706833
5
Shri
Ashok
Kumar Gupta
AAO
0141
2227897
2227650
6
Shri Hanuman
Sahya Jat
AAO
0141
2227897
2227650
7
Shri
Gandhi
SPA
0141
2227650
2227650
8
9
Col L N Sharma
Maj
Prabhu
Dayal
Maj P S Bhati
Maj
Prabhu
Dayal (Offg)
Col M P Sharma
Col B S Bhati
Col
P
S
Shekhawat
Major
Ram
Kumar
Col
Rajesh
Bhukar
Maj P S Bhati
(Offg)
Lt
Col
RS
Rathore
Cdr
A
L
Krishyiya
Lt Col Guman
Singh Rao
Maj Babu Singh
ZSKA
ZSKA
0145
0144
2627972
2338527
9001247767
9982943354
2627972
2338527
7230, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7206, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7222, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
AJMER
ALWAR
ZSKA
ZSKA
02982
05644
221185
223707
9828343765
9982943354
221185
223707
BARMER
BHARATPUR
ZSKA
ZSKA
ZSKA
01482
0151
01596
265133
226671
222880
9610526789
9413143639
9001634348
265133
226671
222880
BHILWARA
BIKANER
CHIRAWA
ZSKA
01562
250948
9413236867
250948
CHURU
ZSKA
0141
2201487
9828925550
2201487
JAIPUR
ZSKA
02992
250029
9828343765
250029
JAISALMER
ZSKA
0291
2650372
9352355450
2650372
JODHPUR
ZSKA
01592
232653
9414083626
232653
JHUNJHUNU
ZSKA
0744
2323712
9413318285
2323712
KOTA
ZSKA
01582
240776
9828853822
240776
NAGAUR
2.
3.
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13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Sanjay
Ph.No.
Fax
E
mail
Address
Home
2227110
2024,
Secretariat
2227039
10
2227650
22
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24
25
26
27
28
2930
31
2.12
Rajput
Lt Col Guman
Singh
Col
N
S
Chouhan
Major
G.Sukhram
Col
V
K
Chhibbar
Col D L Meena
Lt Col D N
Sharma
Major
Captan
Singh
Col Udai Singh
Maj
Manohar
Singh Rajput
Gp Capt Shiv
Singh Dholia
ZSKA
02932
225230
8058248105
225230
PALI
ZSKA
07464
221734
9414035313
250734
KARAULI
ZSKA
01572
254437
9887291364
254437
SIKAR
ZSKA
0154
2442547
9610606063
2442547
ZSKA
ZSKA
01432
0294
245862
2411724
9414278310
9887549939
2411724
S.GANGA
NAGAR
TONK
UDAIPUR
ZSKA
01574
231920
9928616889
231920
ZSKA
ZSKA
02929
01580
243694
223729
9413329031
9413965858
243694
223729
NEEM KA
THANA
SHERGARH
DEEDWANA
ZSKA
01494
297084
9460983107
297084
BEHROR
Morning hours of the office :
Closing hours of the office :
0930 hour (9.30 a.m.)
1800 hour (6.00 p.m.)
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CHAPTER . 3 (MANUAL . 2)
POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
3.1 Powers and duties of officers and employees of the organization.
Designation :- DIRECTOR
Powers
Administrative
Financial
Others
He is the Head of the department of Rajya
Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
He is the controlling officer of all expenditure
and or the collection of revenue by various
Zila Sainik Kalyan Adhikaries
He is the Secretary to Amalgamated Fund
Meeting and the Rajya Sainik Board Meeting
Duties
Director
1. He is Head of the Department of Rajya Sainik Kalyan Karyalaya.
2. He is to monitor, supervise, control all the Zila Sainik Karyalayas located in the State
3. He is to ensure smooth running of all the Sainik Vishram Grahs in the state.
4. He is the Secretary of the Amalgamated Fund Management Committee and also Secretary
of the Rajya Sainik Board.
5. Carry out all duties assigned to him by Governor and Minister of Sainik Kalyan and the
Government.
 To ensure funds are not drawn much in advance of requirements and heavy cash
balance are not kept.
 To ensure internal check of accounts of receipts and payments
 To regulate expenditure as per budget.
 To prepare yearly budget realistically and monitor it regularly.
 Sub allocate the money to various Zila Sainik Karyalaya as per budget allocation.
 Demand for additional money for specific purpose to ensure smooth functioning of
all the Zila Sainik Kalyan Karyalayas.
 Obtain 50% of the share from Kendriya Sainik Board Delhi on yearly maintenance
and running of Rajya Sainik Kalyan and Zila Sainik Kalyan Karyalayas.
 Ensure speedy settlement of all Audit objections.
 Ensure regular checks to ensure No audit objection is raised against the office.
 Monitoring of Martyrs cremation in state.
 Ensure state benefits are given to the widows / martyrs and the parents.
 Ensure monetary allowance is given to all IInd world war ex-servicemen and widows.
 Ensure correct distribution of Samman Bhatta to eligible persons.
 Execute and monitor the other financial grants/ aid received from Chief Minister /
others
 Prepare the minutes of the Amalgamated Fund meetings and Rajya Sainik Board
Meetings
 Monitor the complaints received from ex-servicemen / widows from Governor, Chief
Minister, Ministers, Government and individuals.
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Execute and monitor the various decisions taken during the Management committee
meetings of Amalgamated Fund.
Ensure implementation of policies on Training formulated by Director General of
Resettlement.
Deputy Director
1. To See the General Administration of directorate on behalf of HOD.
2. To take necessary steps to look after the establishment, pension matters and welfare
activities of office.
3. To ensure the implementation of all welfare activities of department on behalf of
Director.
4. To assist the HOD for activating the progress of execution of departmental activities.
5. To ensure the proper utilization of funds as laid down in G F & A R
6. To send all relevant information to A.G. as required in G F & A R and by finance
department.
Assistant Accounts Officer
1. To assist the Head of Department in attaining reasonable high shandnd of financial
administration.
2. Representative of the Finance Department
3. To ensure the completion of accounts of whole department
4. To ensure the implementation of financial rules
5. To discharge the duties of accounts as mentioned in Appendix 5 of G.F. & A.R.
Zila Sainik Kalyan Adhikaries
Duties and Powers of Zila Sainik Boards
(a) The Welfare responsibilities of the Zila Sainik Board will encompass all such traditional
activities performed by the Boards as heretofore with particular reference to :(i)
settlement of financial problems such as pension and other retirement / release
benefits / due to ex-servicemen and grants and assistance in kind to exservicemen beneficiaries and their dependents from the Central / State Govts or
other Organisations such as the Indian Red Cress Society etc.
(ii)
Maintain close liaison with the pension disbursing authorities / agencies in the
district to ensure prompt correct payment of pension and relief to ex-servicemen
pensioners or their dependents.
(iii)
Providing assistance for settlement of land and other disputes.
(iv)
Assist families of serving personnel in regard to their safely / security during
absence away on duty of the serving personnel.
(v)
Promote and maintain under the guidance of the State Rajya Sainik Boards,
welfare measures in the district such as a rest House for ex-servicemen, old age
pensioners homes, Jawans Bhavans/ Shops, Vocational and other Training
facilities etc.
(vi)
Provide assistance for medical treatment in Military / Civil Hospitals.
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(vii)
maintain liaison with other welfare Organisations such as Indian Red Cross
Society, etc. with a view to enlarge the field of additional sources of welfare and
concessions for ex-servicemen and their families / dependents in the district.
(viii)
Maintain an up-to-date register of war widows and dependents of those disabled
in action with a view to ensure their welfare.
(b) The responsibilities of the Zila Sainik Boards in regard to resettlement of ex-servicemen
etc.
(i)
To maintain close and effective liaison for purpose of resettlement through
employment of ex-servicemen with :(aa)
Local Central / State / Private Industrial Organisations
(ab) Local employment exchange particularly in States where co-sponsoring
power for re-employment of ex-servicemen.
(ac) Local revenue authorities in connection with schemes for resettlement of
land of ex-servicemen.
(ad) District Industries / Block Development Officer and assisting such of these
ex-servicemen desirous of setting up small industries.
(ii)
Assist ex-servicemen in forming and setting up of co-operative for their selfemployment.
(iii)
Provide all resettlement assistance to war widows and dependents of war
disabled as well as those who die / are disabled while in service due to
attributable reasons.
(c) Other responsibilities of the Zila Sainik Board are :(i)
Organise Flag Day and Flag Day collections and any other authorised fund
raising measures in the district.
(ii)
Organise rallies / re-union of ex-servicemen.
(iii)
Explore avenues for providing educational and vocational training facilities for exservicemen and their dependents to enable them to seek and obtain employment or set
up self-employment schemes.
(iv)
Assist the three Services whenever called upon to do so, to disseminate information
within the district regarding terms and conditions of service in the Armed Forces, publicity
for recruitment notices, publicity for assistance rendered by the Armed Forces in times of
natural calamities, notifications of award of gallantry and other decorations, introduction of
welfare schemes for service personnel and their families etc.
Organisers
1. To carry out duties assigned by Zila Sainik Kalyan Adhikaries
2. To ascertain the factual position of condition of ex-servicemen / widows.
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3. Attend to ex-servicemen / widows on complaint received at Zila Sainik Kalyan
offices.
4. To collect date / facts on individual case to case from ex-servicemen / widows.
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CHAPTER - 4 (MANUAL . 3)
RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANUAL AND RECORDS, FOR DISCHARGING
FUNCTIONS BY SAINIK KALYAN VIBHAG
4.1. List of rules, regulations, instructions, manual and records, held or under its
control or used by its employees for discharging functions
Name / title of the document
A.
RULES
1. The Rajasthan Civil Services ( ABSORPTION OF EXSERVICEMEN) Rules 1988
2. The Rajasthan Gallantry Awards (Cash awards and Land
Grants) Rules 1966.
3. Rules for the Administration of ‘Amalgamated Fund for the
benefit of Ex-servicemen’.
4. jktLFkku f}rh; fo'o ;q) isa'ku fu;e] 1996
Copy annexed
Appendix ‘A’
Copy annexed
Appendix ‘B’
Copy annexed
Appendix ‘C’
Copy annexed
Appendix ‘D’
Copy annexed
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Appendix ‘E’
6. Govt of Rajasthan Urban (Improvement Trust (Disposal of Copy annexed
Urban land (second amendment) Rules 2001
Appendix ‘F’
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Copy annexed at
Appendix ‘G’
8- Ex-servicemen Re-employment in Central Civil Services and Copy annexed at
Posts Rules 1979 including amendments.
Appendix ‘H’
9- Kargil Package
Copy annexed at
Appendix ‘HA’
B
Orders / Instructions / circulations
1.
The following orders / instructions, circulations are annexed as appendices as shown
against each:(a) Award of Educational scholarship to children of Armed Forces Appendix ‘J'
Officers/ Personnel below officer rank killed / missing /
permanently disabled action-studying in various educational
institutes.
(b) DGR Important Rulings
Appendix ‘K’
(c) Pensionery benefits admissible to the Armed Forces Personnel Appendix ‘L’
and their families
(d) Supply of Motorised Tricycles to ESM Paraplegics. Grant for Appendix ‘M’
treatment of ex-servicemen and their dependents suffering from
serious diseases.
(e) Types of Financial Assistance provided by the KSB through Appendix ‘N’
AFFDF/RMDF/DMACP.
(f) Prime Minister's Merit Scholarship Scheme
Appendix ‘O’
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(g) Armed Forces Flag Day Fund.
(h) Welfare Schemes / Concessions from Service HQs to Service
Personnel / ESM, widows and dependents.
(i) Order for issue of First Class / II AC Sleeper Complimentary
Card passes to recipients of Gallantry Awards and Widows of
Winners of Gallantry Awards by Railway Board
(j) Order for Priority telephone facility to Gallantry Award Winners,
War Widows and Disabled Soldiers by
Ministry
of
Communications Deptt of Telecom Services, New Delhi
(k) Order for reservations available for Ex-servicemen in Group
D,C and specified categories of Group B posts/ services under the
Central Govt-Revised procedure for filling the vacancies by
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. and Pensions, Department of
Personnel & Training, New Delhi.
(l) Scheme for allotment of Oil Product Agencies under 8%
Defence category.
(m)Assistance from Raksha Mantri Fund
(n) Notification for Income- tax Exemption
(o) Complementary card passed to Recipients Gallantry awards
and widows of winners of Gallantry Awards
(p)Implementation of Government of India, decision on the
recommendations of 5th Central Pay Commission- Revision of
Pension of Pre 1996 Pensioners
(q) Exemption from Income tax to “disability element” of a
disabled officer of the India Armed Forces- instructions regarding
(r) Treatment of Ex-servicemen for Serious Diseases in Civil
Hospitals: {procedure to be followed
(s) Central Government Concessions and Benefits Available to
War Widows / War Disabled and Retired / Serving Defence
Personnel
(t) Procedure for issue of Identity Card to Retiring Armed Forces
Personnel
(u) SOP on Resettlement Training for PBOR
(v) Exemption of Fees for Renewal of License in Form III
(w) Ruling of Air Headquarters for ex-servicemen
(x) Ruling of Naval Headquarters for ex-servicemen
(y) Entitlement to Medical Treatment from service Hospitals exservicemen pensioners and their families
(z) Exemption from Payment of Taxes
(aa) Location of Department of Rajya Sainik Boards
(ab) War memorial Hostels in State / UTs
(ac) Letters of Ministry of Communications – Priority telephone
facilities
(ad) Award of education scholarship to children of Armed Forces
killed / missing / disabled in action.
(ae) Ex-servicemen Contributory Health Scheme
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Appendix ‘P’
Appendix ‘Q’
Appendix ‘R’
Appendix ‘S’
Appendix ‘T’
Appendix ‘U’
Appendix ‘V’
Appendix ‘W’
Appendix ‘X’
Appendix ‘Y’
Appendix ‘Z’
Appendix ‘A-1’
Appendix ‘A-2’
Appendix ‘A-3’
Appendix ‘A-4’
Appendix ‘A-5’
Appendix ‘A-6’
Appendix 'A-7'
Appendix 'A-8'
Appendix 'A-9'
Appendix 'A-10'
Appendix 'A-11'
Appendix 'A-12'
Appendix 'A-13'
Appendix 'A-14'
Appendix "A"
THE RAJASTHAN CIVIL SERVICES (ABSORPTION OF EX-SERVICEMEN) RULES , 1988
PART – I
GENERAL
1.Short title and commencement.(1) These rules may be called the Rajashan Civil Services ( Absorption of Exservicemen) Rules, 1988.
(2) They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Rajasthan
Rajpatra.
2.Scope – Notwithstanding the provisions contained in any existing rules regulating the
recruitment and promotion of persons in various services of the State or in the rules that may
be framed hereinafter, the ex-servicemen shall be eligible for recruitment and appointment to
the posts in all the Departments of the State Government as specified in Schedule-I
Provided that –
(1)
Such appointment shall not exceed –
(a)
12½ % of the posts in Ministerial and Subordinate Services; and
(b)
15% of the posts in Class IV service to be filled in a year by direct
recruitment.\
(2)
The total number of reserved vacancies including those reserved for the
candidates belonging to the Schedules Castes. Schedules Tribes and other
categories taken together shall not exceed 50% of the posts to be filled in a
particular year.
(3)
The recruitment of ex-servicemen shall be subject to the
availability of
vacancies after the full quota of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
exhausted to the extent of their reservation.
(4)
If any ex-servicemen belonging to the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes is
selected against the vacancy reserved for ex-servicemen As laid down in
proviso (1), the said selection shall be counted As against the overall quota of the
reservation that shall be Provided for the Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes
in Accordance with he orders issued by the Government from time To time.
(5) Where a reserve vacancy remains unfilled for non-availability of
Suitable ex-servicemen, such vacancy may be filled in from other source in
accordance with the rules regulating the recruitment and conditions of service for
persons appointed to such post as if the vacancy was not reserved:
Provided that the reserved vacancy so reserved shall be carried forward to the next
recruitment year whereafter the vacancy in question shall be treated as
unreserved.
3.Definitions:(a) “An ex-servicemen” means a person who has served in any rank whether as a combatant or
non-combatant in the Regular Army, Navy and Air Force of the Indian Union and –
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(i) who retired from such service after earning his / her pension; or
(ii) who has been released from such service on medical grounds attributable to military or
circumstances beyond his control and awarded medical or other disability pension; or
(iii) who has been released, otherwise than on his own request, from such services as a result of
reduction in establishment ; or
(iv) who has been released from such service after completing the specific period of
engagements, otherwise than at his own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account
of misconduct or inefficiency, and has been given a gratuity; and includes personnel of the
Territorial Army of the following categories, namely:(i) Pension holders for continuous embodies service;
(ii) Persons with disability attributable to military service; and
(iii) Gallantry award winners;
(b) “Administrative Department” means such department or authority to whom the power of
appointment to that service or post has been or may here-in-after be delegated by the
Government;
(c) “Appointing Authority” means the Heads of Deptt. Concerned and include any other person to
whom such powers in this behalf have been delegated by a special or general order of the
Government;
(d) “Commission” means the Rajasthan Public Service Commission;
(e) “Head of Department” means the officer declared as such under rule 3 of the General Finance
& Accounts Rules;
(f) “Government” means the Government of Rajasthan;
(g) “Post or posts” means the post or posts prescribed in Schedule-I appended to these rules;
(h) “Schedule” means the schedule appended to these rules;
(i) “State” means the State of Rajasthan; and
(j) “Year” means the financial year.
4. Interpretation.- Unless the context otherwise requires the Rajasthan General Clauses
Act,1955(Rajasthan Act No.VIII of 1955) shall apply for the interpretation of these rules as it
applies for the interpretation of a Rajasthan Act.
PART II
RECRUITMENT
5.Determination of vacancies –Subject to the provisions of these rules, the Appointing Authority
shall, in respect of the posts specified in Schedule I, determine, as soon as possible in the month
of April of each year, the number of vacancies anticipated during the year according to the quota
prescribed in rule 2”.( As amended vide Deptt of Personnel ( A-Gr II) Notification, Jaipur, April 22,
1996.
6.Age –A candidate must not have attained the age of 50 years on the first day of January next
following the last date fixed for receipt of applications:
Provided that in the case of holders of Military Cross / Vir Chakra or any other higher
distinction, the upper age limit shall be relaxable by two years.
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7.Character-(1) The Character of candidate must be not less than ‘GOOD’ at the time of
discharge from Defence ( Army, Navy, Air Force) Services as shown in his Discharge Book.
(2) The character of a candidate after discharge from Defence Service must be such as to
qualify him for employment. He must produce two certificates of good character written not
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more than six months prior to the last date of submission of application from two responsible
persons not related to him.
8. Physical Fitness.- A candidate for direct recruitment to the service, must be in a good mental
and bodily health and free from any of his duties as members of the service and if selected
must produce a certificate to that effect from a Medical Authority notified by the Government
for the purpose:
Provided that the Appointing Authority may appoint a blind or physically disabled Exservicemen to any of the posts mentioned in Schedule –I, if he possesses minimum
qualifications and is otherwise found suitable for the post to be filled in.
10.Canvassing – No recommendation for recruitment either written or oral other than that
required under the rules, shall be taken into consideration. Any attempt on the part of a
candidate to enlist support directly or indirectly for his candidature by other means may
disqualify him for recruitment.
11.Inviting of application.-Applications for recruitment to the posts reserved for Ex-servicemen
shall be invited by the Commission / Appointing Authority, as the case may be , by advertising
the vacancies in such manner as they may deem fit.”(As amended vide Deptt of Personnel ( AGr.II) Notification Jaipur, April 22, 1996)
12.Form of applications.- The application shall be made in the form prescribed in the Schedule
–II, The form shall be published by the Appointing Authority/ Commission, as the case may be,
in the said advertisement.”(As amended vide Deptt of Personnel ( A-Gr.II) Notification Jaipur,
April 22, 1996)
13.Scrutiny of Applications.-The Commission / Appointing Authority , as the case may be, shall
scrutinize the applications received and prepare the list of candidates found eligible for
appointment against the vacancies advertised.”( As amended vide Deptt of Personnel ( A-GrII) Notification Jaipour, April 22, 1996).
14.Selection Board.-For the posts falling within the purview of the Commission, the Director,
Sainik Kalyan Department, Rajasthan shall be a member of the Board, The other members of
the Board shall be nominated by the Commission, The Director, Sainik Kalyan Department ,
Rajasthan or his representative not below the rank of Sainik Kalyan Adhikari shall be a
Member of the Board and the other Members of the Board shall be nominated by the
Appointing Authority Concerned.”( As amended vide Deptt of Personnel ( A-Gr.II) Notification
Jaipur, April 22, 1996)
15.Selection of Candidates.-The Selection Board shall prepare a list of candidates whom they
consider suitable for appointment against the vacancies advertised, arranged in order of
preference. The number of names in the list shall be 50% in excess of the number of such
vacancies. In selecting candidates, the Selection Board may consider their academic and
technical qualifications, nature of post held by them in the past and their past experience. If
necessary, the Selection Board may also take test/ examination and or may call any
candidate(s) for interview.
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16.Recommendations.- The Commission / Appointing Authority, as the case may be, shall
prepare list of candidates whom they consider suitable for appointment to the posts concerned
arranged in the order of merit and forward the list to the Government/ Appointing Authority.”
17.Deleted
18.Selection by the Appointing Authority- The Appointing Authority shall select the candidates
in order of merit in the list prepared by the Commission/ Appointing Authority, as the case may
be, under rule 16, provided that the Appointing Authority is satisfied on the basis of such
enquiry as may be considered necessary that such candidates are suitable in all respects for
appointment to the posts to be filled.”
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Appendix "C"
{First published in the Extraordinary Gazette, Part IV ( C ), Sub-Section I, dated 27-12-1971}
REVENUE (SOLDIERS WELFARE) DEPARTMENT
NOTIFICATION
Jaipur, December 27, 1971.
RULES FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF “AMALGAMATED FUND FOR THE BENEFIT OF
EX-SERVICEMEN”.
1.G.S.R. 22- The following rules are hereby framed for the Administration of “
Amalgamated Fund for the benefit of Ex-servicemen” created vide Government Notification
No.F.2(5) Rev/Sol-Wel/ 68 dated 15th June, 1970.
2. Short title and commencement.-(a) these rules may be called “Rules for the
Administration of ‘Amalgamated Fund for the benefit of Ex-servicemen’ 1971.”
(b) These shall come into force at once.
3. Definitions.-In these rules, unless and until the context otherwise requires:(a) “Fund” means all the Funds amalgamated and mentioned in the Government of
Rajasthan Notification No.F.2(5) Rev/Sol/Wel/68 dated 15-6-1970 and would include the
following also:(i)
(ii)
(iii)
The initial sums of the Funds.
Income from investments.
Any other sum contributed by the Central/ State Government and receipts
from other sources.
(b) “Ex-servicemen” means any person who has been released from the Armed Forces
after having served in any rank or as Non-combatant (Enrolled) for at least 5 years in
peace time:
Provided that in case of such of members of the Armed Forces who have been
on active service on the battle front the condition of 5 years service would not be
applicable.
(c) “Dependent” means wife, non-earning sons below the age of 21 years, unmarried or
widowed daughters, non-earning brothers below the age of 21 years and unmarried
sister actually dependant on an Ex-servicemen and his old parents who depend for their
being on such Ex-servicemen.
(d) “Management Committee” means committee constituted by the Government vide
Notification No.F.(5) Rev/Sol-Wel/ 68 dated 25-5-1971 for the administration of
“Amalgamated Fund for the benefit of Ex-servicemen” and such changes as are made
by he State Government hereafter from time to time with the prior approval of the
Chairman.
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(e) “Sub-Committee “means the Sub-Committee constituted by the Government of
Rajasthan vide Order No.F.2(1) Rev/Sol-Wel/68, dated 4-10-1971 and such other
changes as are made by the Government hereafter with the prior approval of the
Chairman.
(i)“Secretary” means Secretary, Rajasthan State Soldiers’ Sailors’ and Airmen’s
Board, Jaipur.
4. Objects of the Fund.- The objects of the Fund are :(a) toward stipend to Ex-servicemen for technical, managerial, Vocational or
Agricultural training in recognized training institutions.
(b) To grant loans to individual ex-servicemen for Agricultural purposes, starting
business, dairy farming, poultry, animal husbandry, purchase of vehicles, tractors
and for any other purpose found genuine by the Administration Committee /SubCommittee.
(c) To sanction grants or loans to Co-operative Societies or other association of Exservicemen for schemes and projects of resettlement relating to horticulture, small
scale industry and transport etc.
(d) to sanction scholarships / grants to dependants of Ex-servicemen for studies in
recognized educational institutions.
(e) to sanction charitable grants to the widows dependants of deceased Exservicemen and disabled or old Ex-servicemen with a view to alleviate their
distress.
(f) to sanction grants for the medical treatment of ex-servicemen suffering from
dangerous diseases.
(g) to sanction grants to Ex-servicemen and their dependants for their resettlement in
petty trades.
(h) To sanction expenditure for the construction of new Sainik Vishram Grahs /Children
Hostels and repairs and making alternations and additions in the existing Sainik
Vishram Grahs.
(i) to sanction expenditure on special measures of collective nature for the
maintenance of old and e3stitute Ex-servicemen or widows of Ex-servicemen.
(j) to take up measures for the benefit of Ex-servicemen and their dependants.
(k) to sanction expenditure for the rallies / re-unions of Ex-servicemen.
(l) to incur expenditure for any other purpose which in the opinion of the Committee of
administration / sub-committee is deemed proper to promote measures for the
benefit of ex-servicemen.
5. Management and Administration of the Fund.
(a) The fund shall be vested in the managed by the Managing Committee.
(b) The Management Committee shall have powers to frame such rules as are
necessary for the proper discharge of its responsibilities. Its decisions as to the
interpretation of such rules shall be final.
© A Sub – Committee consisting of not more than six members of the
Committee, shall be formed for running the day-to-day administration and affairs
of the fund and the said Sub- Committee shall exercise all the powers delegated
by the Management Committee. The powers to be delegated by the
Management Committee to the Sub- Committee would be.-
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(a)powers which can be exercised directly by the Sub-Committee; and
(b) powers which can be exercised by the Sub-Committee with the approval of
the Chairman.
(c) The Sub-Committee shall conduct business before it in the same manner as
prescribed for the conduct of the business by the Management Committee
except that the meeting of the Sub- Committee shall be held once in a quarter
and on such other occasions as the Chairman may consider necessary.
6. Conduct of business.-(a) generally the business of the Management Committee will
be transacted at a meeting of the Committee. If and when this is not convenient, papers may
be circulated to all members of the Committee for their opinion.
(b) When papers are circulated for the opinion of the members, any members may ask
for a meeting of the committee to consider the matter in issue and such a meeting shall be
called if two or more members so desire.
(c) When papers are circulated for opinion and no meeting is called under clause (b)
above, the decision of the matter in issue shall be arrived at by the majority opinion.
(d) The meeting of the Management Committee shall be held atleast twice a year and
as such other occasions as the Chairman may consider necessary.
(e)At least a fortnight’s notice about the date and place of he meeting shall be given to
the members of the Management Committee.
7.Minutes of the meeting.-A copy of minutes of the meeting shall be signed by the
Chairman and thereafter recorded by the Secretary.
All minutes of the meeting will be circulated to all the members of the committee.
8..Restriction on grant of loans from the fund.-No request for a grant, loan from the
Fund shall be entertained from any person, Co-operative Society or any other Association of
Ex-soldiers who have already received grant or loan from the fund.
9.Procedure for obtaining grants or loans .-Applications for assistance from the Fund
will be submitted through the District Soldiers’ Sailors and Airmen’s Board concerned.
All applications shall be made in the prescribed form.
The Secretaries of District Soldiers’ Sailors’ and Airmen’s shall verify the applications
received by them or sent by the Secretary of the Fund to them and they shall submit the same
with their recommendations within a period not exceeding 3 weeks from the date of receipt of
the application.
The verification by the District Soldiers’ Sailors’ and Airmen’ Boards shall include
verification of :(a) the rank of the applicant;
(b) the financial circumstances of the applicant;
(c) the annual income from all sources;
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(d) the number of dependants of the applicant;
(e) if application is made by a dependant of Ex-servicemen the relationship of the
applicant with the Ex-servicemen;
(f) the nature and value of security offered for grant of loan; and
(g) educational qualifications of the applicant for grant of stipends, scholarships grants
for technical managerial, vocational, agricultural training or higher studies;
(h) length of service and character. The character of the applicant should not be below’
Good’
10. Conditions of eligibility.- All past members of the Armed Forces and their
dependants including members of the erstwhile State Forces will be eligible for grants/ loans
from this fund.
11.Quantum of grants and loans to be sanctioned by the Managing Committee.-(a)
Stipends and scholarships for training and educational purposes upto Rs. 75/- p.m. for
day scholars and upto Rs.125/- p.m. for boarders. The stipend or scholarship may be
given for the entire training or educational period but it will be stopped on the failure of
the candidate in the annual test or examination;
(b) grants and loans to Co-operative Societies or other Associations of Ex-service
Personnel upto Rs. 1 lakh.
(c) grants to individual ex-servicemen / their dependants upto Rs.50,000/-.
(d) grants for petty trades to individuals upto Rs.5,000/-.
(e) grant for relief for economic distress as under:(i)Single individual Rs.50/- p.m. plus Rs. 10/- per additional family members subject
to the maximum of Rs. 100/- p.m.
(ii) Grant to the disabled soldiers for medical treatment; provision of appliances such
as artificial limbs; hearing aid etc., amount up to the maximum of Rs. 100/-p.m. or a
lump sum up to Rs. 1000/- subject to verification by a competent Medical Authority.
(iii)Grant of Sewing Machines to widows upto Rs.500/- each.
(iv)Repairs of building of Sainik Vishram Grah Rs.25,000/(v)Construction of new Sainik Vishram Grah Rs. 2 lakhs.
(vi) Purchase of articles / furnitures etc. upto maximum limit of Rs. 10,000/-.
12. Conditions for grants and loans.-(a) The money sanctioned as loan shall be used for
the purpose for which it is sanctioned;
(b) Monthly grants to widows of deceased soldiers / disabled soldiers will be
sanctioned for life and will be renewed yearly on receipt of life certificates. The
payment of the monthly grants will be made half yearly.
(c) In making monthly grants the applicants’ income will be taken invariably into
consideration.
(d) The fund shall not normally be used to finance any scheme or purpose the
provision of which is clearly the responsibility of the Government of India or of the
Rajasthan Government or of other bodied, such as, the Indian Red Cross Society,
the Tuberculosis Associations of India etc.
(e) Ample facilities for inspections of loan papers and the object for which loan is
taken shall be accorded by he loanee to the Secretary, District S.S. & A’s Board
concerned.
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13.Security for loan.- All loans shall be granted against the security of immovable
property only. The value of security shall not be less than double the value of the
amount of the loan.
14. Instalments and mode of recovery of loans.-(a) Loans below Rs-500/- may be given
in such installments as may be considered expedient by the President , District S.S &
A’s Board concerned in each individual case. Bigger loans would ordinarily be advanced
in two or more instalments, the second or later instalments not being advanced till
expenditure of the amount of the previous instalment has been incurred and provided
justified.
(a)
The recovery of loans shall be made in equal yearly instalments, the amount of
instalments being so fixed that the entire amount is recovered in not more than 10
years. The repayment together with interest shall commence after one year from the
date of payment ot the amount or its instalment.
15.
Recovery of loans in default of instalments.- If any instalments or part thereof the
amount of the loan along with the interest accrued thereof the amount of the loan along
with the interest accrued thereon, remains unpaid after the due date, such amount with
cost, if any, shall be recovered as an arrear of land revenue.
16.
Recovery of loans utilized for purpose for which it was not granted- (a) It shall be
the responsibility of the Secretary, District Soldiers’ Sailors’ and Airmen’s Board
concrerned to see that all loans disbursed under these bye-laws are expanded for the
purposes for which they were granted within such period as may be fixed by the
authority granting such loans. The said Secretary will also see that the necessary
certificate of having utilised the loan within the time fixed is obtained from the loanees
and forwarded to the Secretary, State S.S & A,s Board.
(b) If it is found that the loan is not being utilised for the purpose for which it was
granted, the Sub-Committee may on its own motion or on the recommendation of the
Secretary, Rajasthan State S.S & A’s Board, take action for the recovery of the entire
loan or balance thereof and all money outstanding against the borrower by way of
interest in one lump sum and such amount may be recoverable as an arrear of land
revenue.
17.
Disbursement of loans –
(a) After a loan has been sanctioned, the Secretary, State Soldiers, Sailors, and
Airmen’s Board shall arranged disbursement of the amount to the borrower after the
later has executed the mortgage deed and other necessary documents and has got
such documents registered, if necessary . The Secretary shall arrange to maintain a
loan register.
(b)
The rate of interest for loans shall be the rate fixed by the State Government
each year in respect of loans/advances sanctioned for State Government employees
from the State Revenues.
18.
Quorum for the meetings of the Managing committee- A Quorum for the meeting
of the Management Committee shall consist of not less than half the members of the
total strength.
19.
Deposit and investment of money- The money of the fund may be invested in the
(trusted) securities and in the scheduled Banks as considered appropriate. However
some money will be kept in liquid cash for day- to-day requirements and deposit such
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moneys in one or more accounts at the scheduled Banks. The Secretary will make the
payment of the sanctioned grants/loans.
20.
Statement of accounts- An annual statement of accounts shall be placed before
the management Committee of administration by the Chairman of the Sub-Committee
after each financial year.
21.
Audit of accounts- The accounts shall be audited annually by a firm of Chartered
Accountants appointed by the Sub-Committee or by the Government Audit Department.
22.
Financial Sources of income – Interest accrued on the money of the fund shall be
source of income and hence the expenditure from this fund except advances / loans may
be restricted to the income f annual interest only.
23.
Power of expenditure- Expenditure from the fund may be incurred by the
following officers and authorities:(a)
The Secretary, Rajasthan State S.S.A’s Board may incur expenditure:(i) For temporary relief at a rate not exceeding Rs. 50/- per month in each individual
case, for a period not exceeding one year in each individual case.
(ii) In emergent cases upto an amount of Rs, 500/- for each individual case.
(b) The Chairman (Governor), Amalgamated Fund for the benefit of Ex-servicemen
may sanction expenditure not exceeding Rs. 5000/- in emergent cases.
(c) Expenditure not covered by clauses (a) and (b) above may be incurred only with the
sanction of the Management Committee or the Sub-Committee as the case may be.
24.
Applications for various purposes will be submitted on the following prescribed
forms:-
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Application for grant
financial help.
Application for grant
scholarship.
Application for grant of
help for daughtersmarriage
Application for grant
grant of medical aid
Application for grant
renewal of monthly help.
of Appendix form No- 1
of Appendix form No-2
Appendix form No-3
of Appendix form N0-4
of Appendix form N0-6
[No.F. 2 (5) Rev/Sol-Wel/66 ]
Secretary,
Rajasthan S.S. & A’s Board-cumDeputy Secretary to Government
33
izkFkZuk i=
veyxesVsM Q.M Qksj nh csuhfQV vkWQ ,Dl &lfoZleSu
}kjk jktLFkku ds HkwriwoZ v;ksX; lSfudksa o muds vkfJrksa dks lgk;rk
Form No 1
1-
lSfud dk uEcj -------------------------------------- jSad ----------------------------------------- uke -------------------------------------tkfr -------------------------------------- izkFkhZ dk uke---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2-
iyVu dk uke ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
3-
irk % xkWao ---------------------------------------------------------------Mkd[kkuk ---------------------------------------------------------------------------rglhy ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ftyk --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4-
lsok fooj.k
¼d½
¼[k½
¼x½
¼?k½
¼M½
¼p½
¼N½
HkrhZ dh rkjh[k ------------------------------------------------------------------- dqy lsokdky -------------------------------------eqDr gksus dh rkjh[k ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------;q) lsokvks dk gky e; rkjh[k o {ks= ds fooj.k lfgr ----------------------------------------------------------eqDr gksus ds le; dk vkpj.k ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------eqDr gksus ds dkj.k ¼v;ksX; Fkk rks izfr'kr fy[kks½ ---------------------------------------------------------------------v;ksX;rk dk iwjk C;kSjk fy[kks -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------bl le; izfr'kr ;ksX;rk D;k gS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------¼esfMdy vkfQlj ds lfVZfQdsV ds lkFk½
5-
isa'ku ¼lk/kkj.k ;k QSfeyh fML,fcfyVh½ tks fey jgh gS vkSj fdrus :i;s izfrekg -------------------------
6-
D;k igys bl Q.M ls lgk;rk feyh gS\ gkWa rks dc vkSj fdruh\ ------------------------------------------------------
7-
bl le; dgha ukSdj gSa ;k ugha] ;fn gSa rks fdruh ru[okg fey jgh gS ------------------------------------------
8-
okf"kZd vkenuh ¼reke lk/kuksa ls½ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
9-
dqy tehu fdurh vkSj mldh D;k vkenuh gS --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10-
dke djus ;ksX; gS ;k ugha] rks mldk C;kSjk ¼esfMdy lfVZfQdsV ds lkFk½-----------------------------------------
11-
vxj fo/kok dh rjQ ls gS] rks ifr dh e`R;q dh rkjh[k] LFkku] dkj.k ----------------------------------------------
12-
fo/kok L=h us nwljh 'kknh rks ugha dh --------------------------------------
13-
vkfJr dh la[;k rFkk muds uke] mez vkSj fj'rk
14-
D;k fdlh nwljs Q.M ls lgk;rk feyrh gS] rks fdruh ;k izkFkZuk dh gqbZ gSA ---------------------------------
15-
fdlh izdkj dh lgk;rk pkgh tk jgh gS & ekfld lgk;rk ;k O;olk; dh lgk;rk ------------------
16-
O;olk; dh ;ksX;rk ¼lfVZfQdsV dh udy ds lkFk½ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------34
1 - -------------------------------2 -----------------------------------3---------------------------------------
17-
;fn vkenuh dk tfj;k ugh gS rks fdl izdkj xqtkjk gksrk gS --------------------------------------------------------
18-
fo'ks"k fooj.k -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
fnukad --------------------------------------
izkFkhZ ds gLrk{kj ;k vaxwBk fu'kkuh
lR;kiu
19-
eSa lR;kfir djrk gWa fd eSaus Lo;a eqfDr izek.k i= iw.kZ :i ls ns[k fypk gS vkSj tks fooj.k bl i= esa
fy[ks gSa] og lR; gSA
gLrk{kj
ij
¼n¶rj dh eqgj½
20- ftyk lsSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ls lR;kiu
gLrk{kj
ij
¼n¶rj dh eqgj½
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------uksV &
1ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk gh QkeZ bl dk;kZy; esa vkuk pkfg, vU;Fkk QkeZ O;Fk
le>k tkosxkA
2;fn izkFkZuk i= iw.kZ :i ls u Hkjk x;k rks dksbZ dk;Zokgh ugha dh tk;sxhA QkeZ O;FkZ le>k
tkosxk vkSj izkFkhZ dks bldh lwpuk nh tk;sxhA
35
Form No 2
Nk=o`fRr izkFkZuk i=
veyxesVsM Q.M Qksj nh csuhfQV vkWQ ,Dl &lfoZleSu
izFke Hkkx
izkFkhZ --------------------------------¼fo|kFkhZ ds fy,½
1234567-
8910-
¼d½ fo|kFkhZ dk uke ¼yM+dk @ yM+dh½
¼[k½ firk dk uke
tUe dh rkjh[k
fiNys lS'ku esa dkSulh d{kk esa Fkk @ Fkh ¼vad rkfydk
dh izekf.kr izfrfyfi layXu djsa½
pkyw lS'ku esa dkSulh d{kk esa i<rk gS @ i<rh gS
Ldwy dk uke o irk
D;k igys bl Q.M esa Nk=o`fRr feyrh Fkh\ ;fn feyrh
Fkh rks dkSulh d{kk esa
;fn Nk= ds HkkbZ ;k cgu dks bl Q.M ls Nk=o`fRr
feyh rks mldk uke rFkk dc vkSj dkSulh d{kk esa
feyhA vxj iwoZ esa nks ls T;knk cPpksa dks feyh gS rks
mldk Hkh iw.kZ fooj.k nsosa
cksfMZx
a gkml @ gksLVy ;k vfHkHkkod dk uke rFkk
fBdkuk tgkWa Nk= jgsxk ¼vxj cksfMZd
a gkml @ gksLVy
esa jgrk gS rks okMZu dk izek.k i= layXu djsa½
fizalhiy @ gSM ekLVj dh flQkfj'k ij vxj Nk=o`fRr
xr o"kZ feyh gks rks iwjs lky dh i<kbZ ds ckjs esa laf{kIr
o.kZu
fo|kFkhZ dks fdlh vkSj laLFkk ls Nk=o`fRr fey jgh gS ;k
ugha
rkjh[k
fo|kFkhZ ds gLrk{kj
fizalhiy @ gSMekLVj ds gLrk{kj
e; n¶rj dh lhy ds
nwljk Hkkx
¼firk o laj{kd ds fy,½
1234-
uEcj] jSad] uke rFkk ;wfuV
irk % xkWao rglhy] ftyk
tkfr
lsok dk fooj.k
¼d½ HkrhZ gksus dh rkjh[k
¼[k½ eqDr gksus dh rkjh[k
¼x½
eqDr gksus dk dkj.k o eqDr gksus ds le; dk
vkpj.k rFkk dqy lsok dky
¼tSlk izek.k i= esa ntZ gks½
36
58910678-
vkenuh dk C;kSjk
¼d½ isa'ku dh nj e; eagxkbZ HkRrk o dkSulh rkjh[k
ls
¼[k½ iqufuZ;ksftr gS rks ru[okg dh nj e; egaxkbZ
HkRrk
¼fu;qfDr vf/kdkjh }kjk vk; dk izek.k i= layXu djsa½
¼x½ in o egdes dk uke ekStwnk ukSdjh dk
¼?k½ nwljh vkenuh [ksrh oxSjg ls rFkk okf"kZd dqy vk;
cPps ls fj'rsnkjh ¼HkkbZ o cfgu] dkdk ds ugha gksus
pkfg,½
Nk= HkwriwoZ lSfud dk Lo;a dk yM+dk @ yM+dh gS ;k
mldk vkfJr gS ¼xksn fy;k gqvk yMdk ugha gksuk
pkfg,½
firk dh rjQ ls ;g QkeZ D;ksa ugh Hkjk x;k\
eSa izekf.kr djrk gWaw @ djrh gWsaw fd mijksDr fooj.k fcYdqy lgh gS vkSj esjs iq= @ iq=h dks
vU; fdlh laLFkk ls Nk=o`fRr ugha feyrh gSA vxj feysxh rks eSa ;g jkf'k okfil ykSVkus dks ck/; jgwaxk @
jgwaxhA
rkjh[k
gLrk{kj firk @ laj{kd @ ekrk
vkfQlj }kjk lR;kiu
eSaus izkFkhZ ds firk dk eqfDr izek.k i= iw.kZ rkSj ls ns[k fy;k gS vkSj eSa lR;kfir djrk gWaw fd
Åij in ds vUrxZr fn, gq, fooj.k lgha gSa vkSj firk @ ekrk dh okf"kZd vkenuh 45000 :i;s ls vf/kd
ugh gSA
rkjh[k
in lfgr gLrk{kj
in dh eksgj
ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh
dh flQkfj'k
37
Form No 3
izkFkZuk i=
veyxesVsM Q.M Qksj nh csuhfQV vkWQ ,Dl &lfoZleSu
}kjk lSfudksa dh dU;kvksa ds fy, lgk;rk
izFke Hkkx
1-
izkFkhZ dk uke--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- tkfr --------------------------------------
2-
yM+dh dk uke ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
3-
yM+dh ds tUe dh rkjh[k ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4-
yM+dh ds firk dk uke ¼uEcj jSad uke rFkk ;wfuV ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
5-
yM+dh ds firk dk irk ¼e; xkWao] Mkd[kkuk] rglhy futker½ ------------------------------------------------------------
6-
firk dk lsok fooj.k
¼d½
¼[k½
¼x½
¼?k½
¼M½
7-
HkrhZ dh rkjh[k -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------eqDr gksus dh rkjh[k ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------eqDr gksus ds dkj.k ¼v;ksX; Fkk rks izfr'kr fy[kks½ ---------------------------------------------------------------------eqDr gksus ds le; dk vkpj.k ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------lsokvks dk gky e; rkjh[k -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
yM+dh ds firk dh vkenuh dk C;kSjk
¼d½
¼[k½
isa'ku dh nj o dkSulh rkjh[k ls ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------tehu fdruh gSa vkSj D;k&D;k vkenuh gS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
8-
firk vc D;k djrk gS] mldk C;kSjk ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
9-
yM+dh ds HkkbZ vkSj cguksa dh la[;k ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------
10-
D;k igys bl dk;kZy; ls rqEgkuh fdlh yM+dh dks lgk;rk feyh gS\ vxj feyh gS rks] mldk uke
fy[kks -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
11-
vthZ nsus okys dh fj'rsnkjh ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
12-
[kkl C;kSjk ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
38
f}rh; Hkkx
1-
yMdh ds nwYgk dk uke ¼e; mez½ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2-
yMdh ds nwYgs dk irk ¼xkWao ] rglhy]Mkd[kkuk½ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
3-
nwYgk ds firk dk uke -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4-
'kknh dh rkjh[k ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5-
uonEifRr dk fof/kor jftLVªs'ku fd;k tk pqdk gSA ¼izfr layXu gS½ ---------------------------------------eSa izekf.kr djrk @ djrh gWwa fd mijksDr ¼Hkkx igys o nwljs ½ dk fooj.k lgh gSA
rkjh[k --------------------------------------
gLrk{kj
izkFkZuk i= nsus okys
xzke iaap }kjk lR;kiu
ge lR;kfir djrs gSa fd Hkkx nwljs dk fooj.k lR; gS vkSj ;g Hkh izekf.kr djrs gSa fd bldks
fdlh yMdh dh lgk;rk bl dk;kZy; ls ugha feyh gSA
uke yMdh
x;k gSA
--------------------------------------iq=h
-------------------------------------- dk fookg rkjh[k
--------------------------------------dks gks
gLrk{kj uhps fd;s tk;sa
¼1½ --------------------------------- ¼2½ --------------------------------- ¼3½ --------------------------------- ¼4½ ---------------------------------¼5½ ---------------------rkjh[k
in lfgr gLrk{kj
¼n¶rj dh eqgj½
39
Form No 4
izkFkZuk i=
veyxesVsM Q.M Qksj nh csuhfQV vkWQ ,Dl &lfoZleSu
HkwriwoZ v;ksX; lSfudksa rFkk mudh fL=;ksa ds bykt ds fy, lgk;rk
1-
lSfud dk uEcj -------------------------------------- jSad ----------------------------------------- uke -------------------------------------tkfr -------------------------------------- izkFkhZ dk uke---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2-
iyVu dk uke ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
3-
irk % xkWao ---------------------------------------------------------------Mkd[kkuk ---------------------------------------------------------------------------rglhy ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ftyk --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4-
L=h dk uke ¼vxj bykt ds fy, izkFkZuk gS rks -------------------------------------- mez ------------------------------------------
5-
lSfud dh lsokvksa dk fooj.k
¼d½
¼[k½
¼x½
¼?k½
¼M½
rkjh[k HkrhZ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------eqDr gksus dh rkjh[k ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------eqDr gksus ds le; dk vkpj.k ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------eqDr gksus ds dkj.k ¼v;ksX; Fkk rks izfr'kr fy[kks½ ---------------------------------------------------------------------v;ksX;rk dk iwjk C;kSjk fy[kks ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
6-
bl le; izfr'kr ;ksX;rk D;k gS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
7--
bl le; dke djus ;ksX; gS ;k ugha rfkk mldk dkj.k -------------------------------------------------------------------------
8-
isa'ku ;k fMl,fcfyVh ;k QSfeyh isa'ku vkSj fdruh ekgokj feyrh ------------------------------------------------------
9--
vkfFkZd fLFkfr D;k gS tehu dk'r ds fy, ckjkuh @ pkgh fdruh gS ------------------------------------------
10-
D;k nwljs Q.M ls lgk;rk ds fy, izkFkZuk dh gS rksmldk C;kSjk ----------------------------------------------------------
9-
dqy tehu fdurh vkSj mldh D;k vkenuh gS --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
10-
dke djus ;ksX; gS ;k ugha] rks mldk C;kSjk ¼esfMdy lfVZfQdsV ds lkFk½-----------------------------------------
fnukad --------------------------------------
izkFkhZ ds gLrk{kj ;k vaxwBk fu'kkuh
lR;kiu
eSa lR;kfir djrk gWa fd eSaus Lo;a eqfDr izek.k i= iw.kZ :i ls ns[k fypk gS vkSj tks fooj.k bl i= esa
fy[ks gSa] og lR; gSA
gLrk{kj
in
¼n¶rj dh eqgj½
40
xouZeVsa esfMdy vkWfQlj dh fjiksVZ
1-
chekj dk uke
2-
D;k chekjh gS
3-
D;k chekj vLirky esa HkrhZ gS vkSj xouZesaV ds [kpsZ ls
bykt gks jgk gSA fdl rkjh[k ls
4-
D;k chekj esfMdy vkfQlj ds vkns'kkuqlkj vLirky esa
bykt ds fy, mfpr le; ij vkrk gS vkSj fdl rkjh[k
ls
5-
izfr'kr v;ksX;rk
6-
[kwu dh fjiksVZ
7-
QsQMks dh fjiksVZ
8-
Fkwd dh fjiksVZ
9-
nokbZ;ksa ds uke tks chekj dks nh tk jgh gS
10-
;fn chekj vius [kpsZ ls bykt djkrk gS rks fdrus :i;s
ekgokj dherh nokbZ;ksa vkSj fo'ks"k [kqj kd ds fy,
vko';drk gksxh vkSj fdrus le; rd lgk;rk dh
vko';drk jgsxh
11-
esfMdy vkfQlj dh flQkfj'k
esfMdy vkfQlj ds gLrk{kj
¼n¶rj dh eqgj½
rkjh[k
uksV & 1- lR;kiu fdlh xtsVsM vkfQlj ;k ljiap }kjk pkfg, ftlesa ogkWa dh eksgj yxh gksuh pkfg,A
2- esfMdy vkfQlj viuh fjiksVZ fy[kus ls igys izkFkhZ dk eqfDr izek.k i= iw.kZ :i ls ns[k ysaA
3- ;fn izkFkZuk i= iw.kZ :i ls u Hkjk x;k rks O;FkZ le>k tkos vkSj izkFkhZ dks bldh lwpuk ugha nh tkosxhA
41
Form No 6
veyxesVsM Q.M Qksj nh csuhfQV vkWQ ,Dl &lfoZleSu
thou izek.k i=
[kkrk la[;k -------------------;g izekf.kr fd;k tkrk gS fd Jherh -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------csok ua-------------------------------------------------------------- in ---------------------------------------------- uke ------------------------------------------------------xzke ---------------------------------------------- iksLV --------------------------------------------- rglhy ---------------------------------- ftyk --------------vkt fnukad ----------------------------------------------------- rd thfor gS rFkk blus iqufoZokg ugha fd;k gSA
;g Hkh izekf.kr fd;k tkrk gS fd mDr LoxhZ; lSfud dh iRuh Jherh ---------------------------------------------dks
isa'ku @ ikfjokfjd isa'ku ugha feyrh gS vFkkZr bUgsa lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx] t;iqj ds }kjk Lohd`r lgk;rk
jkf'k [email protected]& :i;s izfrekg ds vfrfjDr vU; fdlh L=ksr ls isa'ku ugha feyrh gSA budh vkfFkZd fLFkfr
n;uh; gSA
gLrk{kj
ljiap @ jktif=r vf/kdkjh
42
Appendix "D"
jktLFkku&ljdkj
nsoLFkku]oDQ ,oa lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx
dzekad%&4¼2½[email protected]
fnukad%& 5-8-96
&%vkns' k%&
fo"k;%&
f}rh; fo'o ;q) esa Hkkx ysus okys iwoZ lSfudksa ,oa mudh fo/kokvksa dks isa'ku
nsus gsrq fu;e A
jktLFkku ds jkT;iky f}rh; fo'o ;q) esa Hkkx ysus okys iwoZ lSfudksa ,oa mudh fo/kokvksa dks
isa'ku nsus gsrq fu;e cukus dh lgefr iznku djrs gS]vFkkZr%&
1& ¼1½ ;s fu;e jktLFkku f}rh; fo'o ;q) isa'ku fu;e]1996 ds uke ls tkus tkosx
a sA
¼2½ ;s fu;e 1-4-1996 ls izHkkoh gksaxs A
2& ifjHkk"kk
¼1½
^^f}rh; fo'o ;q)^^ ls vfHkizk;% 1939 ls 1945 ds e/; gqvk fo'o ;q) A
¼2½
^^f}rh; fo'o ;q) ds iwo Z lSfud ^^ls vfHkizk;% ,sls lSfud ftUgksau Hkkjrh; lsu k ,oa fofHkUu fj;klrksa ds
lSU; dkfeZdksa ds :i esa o"kZ 1939 ls 1945 ds e/; lsuk esa jgdj lSU; lsok dh gks vkSj mUgsa lSU; lsok
ls deh ds nkSjku]LosPNk ls lsokfuo`fRr ds i'pkr ;k vU; fdUgh dkj.kksa ls lsokeqDr fd;k x;k gks]
¼ijUrq ftUgsa lsok ls c[kkZLr fd;k x;k gks]nqjkpj.k ;k v;ksX;rk ds dkj.k gVk;k x;k gks os ik= ugh
ekus tkosaxs ½,oa mUgsa fdlh izdkj dh isa'ku ugh nh xbZ FkhA
¼3½
^^fo/kok^^ ls vfHkizk;% ,slh fo/kok ls gS ]ftlds ifr us 1939 ls 1945 ds e/; lSU; lsok dh gks ,oa
ftlus iqu% fookg ugh fd;k gks A
¼4½
^^ewy fuoklh^^ ls vfHkizk;% jktLFkku ds orZe ku ewy fuoklh ls gS A
¼5½
^^Lohd`fr lfefr^^ ls vfHkizk;% ftyk dysDVj }kjk xfBr lfefr ls gS A
¼6½
^^isa'ku Hkqxrku vf/kdkjh^^ ls vfHkizk;% ftyk dysDVj ls gS tks lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx }kjk bl iz;kstu
gsrq vkaofVr ctV ls Hkqxrku djsxk A
¼7½
^^isa'ku^^ ls vfHkizk;% bu fu;eksa ds rgr iz)r isa'ku ls gS A
¼8½
^^ vkosnd^^ ls vfHkizk;% mijksDr ifjHkkf"kr f}rh; fo'o ;q) ds lSfud ;k fo/kok ewy fuoklh ls gS A
3& isa'ku dh nj
izR;sd ik= vkosnd dks [email protected]&:i;s izfrekg ds fglkc ls Hkqxrku fd;k tkosxk A
isa'ku dh nj esa la'kks/ku
1vkns'k dzekad i-4¼2½[email protected] fnukad 19-5-97 ds }kjk 300 :i;s izfrekg Lohd`r fd;s tkus ds
vkns'k tkjh A
2vkns'k dzekad i-4¼2½[email protected] fnukad 16-6-2005 ls iwoZ lSfudksa dh fo/kokvksa dks 600 :i;s izfrekg
Hkqxrku djus ds vkns'k tkjh fd;s x;s A
3vkns'k dzekad i-4¼2½[email protected] fnukad 16-5-2006 ds }kjk iwoZ lSfudksa ,oa mudh fo/kokvks dks 800
:i;s izfrekg Hkqxrku djus ds vkns'k tkjh fd;s x;s A
4& ik=rk
¼1½
,sls iwoZ lSfud tks 1939 ls 1945 ds e/; ¼f}rh; fo'o ;q) ds nkSjku½ lsuk esa HkrhZ fd;s x;s Fks ;k bl
nkSjku lSU; lsok dh gks A
43
¼2½
ftUgsa vU; fdlh Hkh L=ksr ls isa'ku ugh feyrh gks vFkkZr [email protected] jkT; ljdkj @ lkoZtfud {kS= ds
fuxe @ cksMZ ,oa Lok;r'kklh laLFkk ls isa'ku Hkksxh ugha gks A
¼3½
isa'ku iwoZ lSfud ,oa mudh fo/kokvksa dks gh ns; gksxh] mudh larku ;k dkuwuu mRrjkf/kdkjh vkosnu
ds ik= ugh gksaxs A
¼4½
isa'ku iwoZ lSfud ;k mudh fo/kokvksa dks muds thoudky rd ns; gksx h A
5& vik=rk
¼1½
dsUnz @ jkT; ljdkj ;k fdlh vU; L=ksr ls isa'ku izkIrdrkZ isa'ku vkosnu ds ik= ugh ekus tk;sxsa A
¼2½
isa'ku gsrq vkosnd fdlh Hkh izdkj dh vijk/kh izo`fr ;k izfdz;k esa lfEefyr gqvk vik= ekuk tkosxk A
6& isa'ku Lohd`fr izfdz;k ,oa fof/k
¼1½
ik= vkosnd ifjf'k"B ^^d^^ ij fu/kkZfjr izi= ij viuk vkosnu i= vius ftys ds ftyk lSfud
dY;k.k vf/kdkjh dks 30-9-96 rd izLrqr djsaA ijUrq ,sls iwoZ [email protected] fo/kok tks o`} gS ;k viax gS ;k
vius fuokl LFkuksa ij ugha gS ;k vU; dkj.kksa ls fu/kkZfjr frfFk rd vkosnu ugh dj ikrs gS] os mDr
frfFk i'pkr~ Hkh vkosnu i= izLrqr dj ldrs gS
¼2½
ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh izkIr vkosnu i=ksa dh iw.kZR;k tkap dj ,d jftLVj esa izfof"V djsaxs ,oaa
mldh dze la[;k ,oa fnukad vkosnu i= ij vafdr djsxsa Aik= vkosnu i=ksa dh lwph cukdj ftyk
dyDVj dks izLrqr djsxsaA ftyk dyDVj dks vkosnu i= izLrqr djrs
le; izR;sd vkosnu i=
dks ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh lR;kfir djsxsaA
¼3½
ftyk dyDVj izkIr vkosnu i=ksa dh tkap ,oa Lohd`fr gsrq ,d lfefr dk xBu djsxsa ftlesa ftyk
dysDVj v/;{k] muds }kjk euksuhr ,d lnL;] dks"kkf/kdkjh lnL; ,oa ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh
lnL; lfpo gksxsa A¼ftyk dyDVj ftyk lSfud dY;k.k dk;kZy;ksa ds v/;{k
Hkh gSA½
¼4½
mDr xfBr lfefr izkIr vkosnu i=ksa dh tkWap dj vuqeksnu djsxh ,oa lfefr ds vuqeksnu ds vk/kkj
ij ftyk dysDVj isa'ku dh Lohd`fr tkjh djsaxs A
¼5½
lc iSjk 3 ,oa 4 ds rgr tkjh isa'ku Lohd`fr vkns'k dk Hkqxrku vc Lohd`fr tkjh gksus ds ekg dh
izFke frfFk ls ns; gksxk A ;s vkns'k 1-1-98 ls izHkkoh ekus tkosaxs¼vkns'k dzekad i-4¼2½[email protected] fnukad
7-1-98 ds }kjk u;k lc iSjk 5 tksMk x;k½
7& Hkqxrku dh fof/k
¼1½
isa'ku dk Hkqxrku o"kZ esa ,d ckj vDVwcj ekg esa isa'ku Hkqxrku vf/kdkjh ds }kjk pSd ls fd;k tkosxk A
fu;e esa la'kks/ku%&
¼1½
isa'ku dk Hkqxrku o"kZ esa nks ckj dze'k% ekg viszy ,oa vDVwcj esa isa'ku Hkqxrku vf/kdkjh ds }kjk pSd ls
fd;k tkosxk ¼vkns'k dze kad i-4¼2½[email protected] fnukad 11-6-97 ds }kjk la'kks/ku½
¼2½
isa'ku dk Hkqxrku izfrekg ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh ds }kjk [email protected] pSd ds ek/;e ls fd;k tkosxk
A¼vkns'k dzekad i-4¼2½[email protected] fnukad 24-12-2001 ds }kjk la'kks/ku½
¼3½
izR;sd isa'kuj dks flrEcj ekg esa thou izek.k i= vius ftys ds ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh dks
izLrqr djuk gksxk tks mUgsa izekf.kr dj isa'ku Hkqxrku vf/kdkjh dks iszf"kr djsxk A
¼3½
isa'ku dk Hkqxrku lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx ds ctV gSM ls fd;k tkosxk A
¼4½
lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx }kjk bl iz;kstu gsrq ftyk dysDVjksa dks ctV dk vkoaVu fd;k tkosxkA
¼5½
isa'ku Lohd`r vkosnd dks ;fn dsUnz @ jkT; ljdkj ;k vU; fdlh Hkh L=ksr ls isa'ku Lohd`r gks tkrh
gS rks ;g isa'ku can dj nh tk;sxh
¼6½
;fn isa'kuj dh Hkqxrku izkfIr ls iwoZ e`R;q gks tkrh gS rks fdlh dks cdk;k dk Hkqxrku ns; ugh gksxk A
¼7½
vU; jftLVj ,oa fjdkMZ ogha j[ks tk;saxs tks o`)koLFkk isa'ku ds fy;s lacaf/kr fu;eksa esa izpfyr gS A
;g vkns'k foRr¼xzqi&2½ foHkkx dh vkbZ0Mh0 la[;k 2113 fnukad 2-8-96 ls izkIr lgefr ds vk/kkj ij tkjh
fd;s tkrs gS A
vkns'k ls]
[email protected]&
mi 'kklu lfpo
44
jktLo¼lSfud dY;k.k½foHkkx
izfrfyfi%& lwpukFkZ ,oa vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrq iszf"kr gS %&
1- funs'kd]lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx]jkt0]t;iqj A
2- leLr ftyk dysDVj¼jkt0½
3- leLr ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh¼jkt0½
4- jf{kr i=koyh
[email protected]&
mi 'kklu lfpo
jktLo¼lSfud dY;k.k½foHkkx
45
ifjf'k"V^^d^^
f}rh; fo'o ;q) esa Hkkx ysus okys iwoZ lSfud ,oa mudh fo/kokvksa dks
isa'ku Lohd`fr gsrq vkosnu&i=
1234567-
8910-
lSfud dk uke--------------------jSad------------------- uEcj ------------tUefrfFk---------------izkFkhZ dk uke-------------------------------QksVks
¼vxj ifr dk LoxZokl gks pqdk gS½
lac/a k -----------------¼LoxhZ; lSfud ls½
ifr dh e`R;q dh rkjh[k -------------¼e`R;q izek.k i= layXu djsa½
ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk tkjh igpku&i= dh la[;k----------------irk%& xkao------------------ Mkd [kkuk --------------- rglhy-----------------ftyk-------------------¼jktLFkku½ fiu dksM la0 ------------------lSU; lso k dk fooj.k%&
¼d½ iyVu dk uke--------------¼[k½ HkrhZ dh rkjh[k --------¼x½ lsokeqfDr dh rkjh[k ---------¼?k½ dqy lsok ------------¼M½ eqDr gksus dk dkj.k --------------------------dsUnz @ jkT; ljdkj ;k vU; L=ksr ls fdlh Hkh izdkj dh isa'ku feyrh gS vFkok ugha A-----------lsokfuo`fr ds i'pkr iqu% ukSdjh feyh vFkok ugha ----------------- ;fn feyh gS rks ------------------- fooj.k%&
foHkkx dk uke----------------- in------------- dqy dk;Zdky--------------------------cSd
a vdkmUV la[;k o cSad dk uke ¼vxj [kkrk [kksyk gqvk gS½-----------'kiFk&i=
eSa 'kiFkiwoZd ,oa lR;fu"Bk ls ;g izekf.kr djrk gWwa fd esjs }kjk izLrqr mijksDr lwpuk esjh
tkudkjh ,oa fo'okl ds vuqlkj lR; ,oa lgh gS A
uksV%& ¼1½ fMLpktZ lfVZfQdsV dh QksVksa izfr layXu djsa A
¼2½ igpku&i= dh QksVksa izfr layXu djsa A
¼3½ ifr dh e`R;q dk izek.k &i= layXu djsa A¼;fn ykxw gS rks½
fnukad--------------izkFkhZ]
LFkku ------------
gLrk{kj
lR;kfir
lR;kfir
dY;k.k dk;ZdrkZ
ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh
ekfld isa'ku Lohd`r dh tkrh gS A
gLrk{kj
ftyk dysDVj
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Appendix "E"
dzekad%&i0 4¼3½[email protected]
jktLFkku&ljdkj
nsoLFkku]oDQ ,oa lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx
fnukad%& 16-8-99
&% vkns'k %&
fo"k;%& ;q) fo/kokvksa dks [email protected]&:i;s ekfld lEeku HkRrk nsus gsrq fu;e A
jktLFkku ds jkT;iky fofHkUu ;q)ksa]dkmUVj bUljtsUlh vkijs'kuksa],oa ,M Vw flfoy vksFkksfjVh esa 'kghn
lSfudksa dh fo/kokvksa¼;q) fo/kokvksa½ dks [email protected]&:i;s ekfld lEeku HkRrk nsus gsrq fu;e cukus dh lgefr
iznku djrs gS]vFkkZr %&
1& ¼1½ ;s fu;e jktLFkku ;q) fo/kok lEeku HkRrk fu;e]1998 ds uke ls tkus tkosx
a sA
fu;e esa la'kks/ku%& ;s fu;e jktLFkku ;q) fo/kok lEeku HkRrk la'kks/ku fu;e]1999 ds uke ls tkus tkosaxs A
¼2½ ;s fu;e 1-4-1998 ls izHkkoh gksxsa A
fu;e esa la'kks/ku%& ;s fu;e 1&4&1999 ls izHkkoh gksaxs A
¼mi 'kklu lfpo]nsoLFkku]oDQ ,oa lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx ds vkns'k dzekad i-4¼3½[email protected] fnukad%&
11-1-2002½
2& ifjHkk"kk
¼1½ ;q) ls vfHkizk;% izFke fo'o ;q) ]f}rh; fo'o ;q)]Hkkjr&ikd ;q) 1947]Hkkjr&phu ;q)
1962]Hkkjr&ikd ;q) 1965 ,oa 1971] ,oa 31&3&1999 rd ds fofHkUu dkmUVj bUljtsUlh vksijs'ku rFkk
,M Vw flfoy vksFkksfjVh ls gS A
¼2½ ;q) fo/kok ls vfHkizk;% ,slh fo/kokvksa ls gS ftuds ifr lSU; lsok ds nkSjku 31&3&1999 ls iwoZ
fofHkUu ;q)ksa ,oa fofHkUu dkmUVj bUljtsUlh vksijs'kuksa ,oa ,M Vw flfoy vksFkksfjVh ds nkSjku 'kghn gks
x;s gks A
¼3½ vkosnd ls vfHkizk;% mijksDr ifjHkkf"kr ;q) fo/kok ls gS tks jktLFkku dh ewy fuoklh gS A
¼4½ ewy fuoklh ls vfHkizk;% jktLFkku esa tUesa o f'kf{kr gq, gks ,oa jktLFkku ds ewy fuoklh gks A
¼5½ ^^lEeku HkRrk^^ ls vfHkizk;% bu fu;eksa ds rgr iznr lEeku HkRrk ls gS A
fu;e esa la'kks/ku%&
¼mi 'kklu lfpo]nsoLFkku]oDQ ,oa lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx ds vkns'k dzekad i-4¼3½[email protected] fnukad%&
11-1-2002 ds }kjk fu;e 1 o 2 esa 31-3-1999 'kCn tksMk x;k½
3& lEeku HkRrk dh nj
izR;sd ik= ;q) fo/kok dks [email protected]&:i;s izfrekg ds fglkc ls Hkqxrku fd;k tkosxk A
fu;e esa la'kks/ku%&
mi 'kklu lfpo]nsoLFkku]oDQ ,oa lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx ds vkns'k dzekad i4¼3½[email protected] fnukad 13-9-2000 }kjk [email protected]&:i;s ds LFkku ij ekfld lEeku HkRrs esa [email protected]&:i;s ekfld dh
c<ksRrjh dh tkdj vc [email protected]&:i;s ekfld lEeku HkRrk fn;s tkus dh Lohd`fr iznku dh xbZ gS A
c<h gqbZ jkf'k :i;s [email protected]& izfrekg eq[;ea=h lgk;rk dks"k ls ns; gS A
4& ik=rk
¼1½ ,slh ;q) fo/kok;sa ftuds ifr lSU; lsok ds nkSjku 31&3&1999 ls iwoZ fofHkUu ;q)ksa]dkmUVj
bUljtsUlh vksijs'kuksa ,oa ,M Vw flfoy vksFkksfjVh esa 'kghn gks x, gks A
¼2½ lEeku HkRrk dsoy ;q) fo/kokvksa dks gh ns; gksxk] mudh larku ;k dkuwuu mRrjkf/kdkjh blds ik=
ugh gksaxs A
¼3½ lEeku HkRrk ;q) fo/kokvksa dks muds thoudky rd gh ns; gksxk A
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¼4½ lEeku HkRrk dh ik=rk lacaf/kr fjdkMZ dk;kZy;@lsuk eq[;ky; }kjk ;q) fo/kok ds lR;kiu
i'pkr gh vkosfndk ik=rk dh Js.kh esa ekuh tkosxh A izFke fo'o ;q)]f}rh; fo'o ;q) dh ;q)
fo/kokvksa dh ik=rk dk lR;kiu lacaf/kr ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk fd;k tkosxk tgka ls
budksa isa'ku fey jgh gks A ;q) fo/kok ds lR;kiu gsrq fd;s tkus okys vkosnu i= dk izk:i fu;eksa ds
layXu ifjf'k"B ^d^ ij layXu gS A
fjdkMZ dk;kZy;@lsuk eq[;ky; ls izkIr lR;kiu i= dks lacaf/kr ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh vius
fjdkMZ esa lqjf{kr j[ksaxs ,oa fo/kok dks tkjh ifjp; i= ij ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk lqikB~;
v{kjksa esa ;q) fo/kok vafdr dj vius y?kq gLrk{kj djsaxs A ;g izfdz;k izFke ckj viuk;h tkosxh
rRi'pkr ifjp; i= ds vk/kkj ij lEeku HkRrk Hkqxrku fd;k tkrk jgsxk A ftu fo/kokvksa dk iwoZ esa
Hkwfe vkoaVu rFkk udn jkf'k gsrq fjdkMZ ls lR;kiu gks pqdk gS muds izdj.k esa iqu% lR;kiu dh
vko';drk ugh gksxh A
5&
;fn 'kghn vfookfgr Fkk rks mlds ekrk&firk dks lEeku HkRrk ns; gksxk A ;fn ekrk&firk nksuksa
thfor gks rks lEeku HkRrk firk ds uke ns; gksxk A firk dh e`R;q gksus ij lEeku HkRrk ekrk dks ns;
gksxk A
lEeku HkRrk ekrk&firk ds thou dky rd gh ns; gksxk]mudh fdlh vU; larku ;k dkuwuu
mRrjkf/kdkjh dks ns; ugha gksxk A
fu;e esa la'kks/ku%&
¼mi 'kklu lfpo]nsoLFkku]oDQ ,oa lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx ds vkns'k dzekad i-4¼3½[email protected] fnukad%&
11-1-2002 ds }kjk fu;e 4 ik=rk esa mi fu;e 5 tksMk x;k½
5& Hkqxrku dh fof/k
¼1½ lEeku HkRrk dh jkf'k funs'kd]lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx }kjk ctV izko/kku djkdj izkIr dh tkosxh
,oa ;q) fo/kokvksa dh la[;k ds vk/kkj ij ftyk lSfud dY;k.k dk;kZy;ksa dks ctV vkoaVu fd;k tkosxk
A
¼2½ izR;sd vkosnd fo/kok dks o"kZ esa ,d ckj viszy ekg esa thou izek.k i= vius ftys ds ftyk lSfud
dY;k.k vf/kdkjh dks izLrqr djkuk gksxk A
¼3½ ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh vius dk;kZy; esa la/kkfjr jftLVj vuqlkj ;q) fo/kokvksa ds pSd
rS;kj ftyk dysDVj dks forfjr djus gsrq izLrqr djsaxs A
¼4½ lEeku HkRrk dk Hkqxrku js[kkafdr pSd }kjk o"kZ esa ,d ckj 15 vxLr ;k jsfy;ksa esa lacfa /kr ;q)
fo/kok dks ftyk dysDVj ;k muds }kjk euksuhr vf/kdkjh ds ek/;e ls fd;k tkosxk A
;q)
fu;e esa la'kks/ku%& lEeku HkRrs dk Hkqxrku izfrekg Ldzky flLVe ds }kjk lacfa /kr
fo/[email protected]@firk dks muds O;fDrxr [kkrksa ds tfj;s cSad ds ek/;e ls fd;k tkosxk A¼mi 'kklu
lfpo]nsoLFkku]oDQ ,oa lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx ds vkns'k dzekad i-4¼3½[email protected] fnukad%& 11-1-2002 ds
}kjk½
¼5½ leLr ;q) fo/kokvksa dks Hkqxrku i'pkr mi;ksfxrk izek.k i= ¼vkao fVr ctV dk lacaf/kr ;q)
fo/kokvksa dks Hkqxrku fd;k tk pqdk gS½ ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkfj;ksa }kjk funs'kd]lSfud dY;k.k
foHkkx dks fHktok;k tkosxk A
¼6½ lEeku HkRrk Hkqxrku izkfIr dh jlhns ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk izkIr dh tkosxh ,oa
la/kkfjr dh tkosxh tks vads{k.k gsrq fjdkMZ esa lqjf{kr j[kh tkosxh A
¼7½ ;fn fdlh ;q) fo/kok dk Hkqxrku izkfIr ls iwoZ LoxZokl gks tkrk gS rks fdlh dks cdk;k dk Hkqxrku
ns; ugh gksxk A
;g vkns'k foRr foHkkx dh vkbZ-Mh- la[;k 1907 fnukad 15-7-99 ls izkIr lgefr ds vk/kkj ij tkjh fd;s
tkrs gS A
vkns'k ls]
[email protected]&
48
mi 'kklu lfpo
izfrfyfi%&
1- funs'kd]lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx]jktLFkku]t;iqj
2- leLr ftyk dysDVj¼jkt0½
3- leLr ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh
4- jf{kr i=koyh
[email protected]&
mi 'kklu lfpo
49
ifjf'k"B^^d^^
lEeku HkRrk gsrq vkosnu i=
1&
2&
3&
4&
5&
6&
;q) fo/kok dk uke
;q) fo/kok ds ifr ds uEcj]jsad o uke
;qfuV
fuokl LFkku dk irk
ewy fuokl dk irk¼LFkk;h irk½
;q)@vksijs'ku dk uke ftlesa fo/kok ds ifr dk LoxZokl gqvk gS A
eSa izekf.kr djrh gWwa fd mijksDr of.kZr rF; lgh gS A
gLrk{[email protected] fu'kkuh
;q) fo/kok
;g izekf.kr fd;k tkrk gS fd fjdkMZ dk;kZy;@lsuk eq[;ky; ds fjdkMZ ds vuqlkj mijksDr of.kZr rF;
lgh gS A mDr of.kZr vkosfndk ds ifr dk ---------------------¼;q)@vksijs'ku dk uke½ fnukad ------------------- dks LoxZokl gqvk Fkk A
dk;kZy; dh xksy eksgj
gLrk{kj e; eksgj
fnukad
50
vksQhlj bUpktZ] fjdkMZl vksfQl
Appendix "F"
GOVERNMENT OF RAJASTHAN
URBAN DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
NO- F.9(63)UD/3/8/PL
Jaipur, dated : 13th April,2001
NOTIFICATION
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 74 read with sections 43 and 60 of
the Rajasthan Urban Improvement Act, 1959(Act No. 35 of 1959 ) the State Government
hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Rajasthan Urban Improvement Trust
(Disposal of Urban Land) Rules, 1974 and orders with reference to proviso to sub-section (2)
of section 74 of the said Act that the previous publication of these rules is dispended with, as
the state Government consider that in the public interest, they should be brought into force at
once, namely:1.
Short title and commencement – (1) These rules may be called the Rajasthan Urban
Improvement Trust (Disposal of Urban Land) (second Amendment Rules), 2001
(ii)
2.
They shall come into force with immediate effect.
Inserted of rule 15 B- after the existing rule 15-A of the Rajasthan Urban
Improvement Trust (Disposal of Urban Land) rules, 1974 hereinafter referred to as
the said rules, the following new rule 15-B shall be inserted, namely;
"15-B Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, land may be allotted with
the prior approval of the state Government for infrastructure, projects which includes
power-plant, telecommunication, transport facilities, tourism units, public utilities,
information technology, water supply, technical educational institutions, waste
disposal project on such terms and conditions and at such rates as may determined
by the State Government from time to time."
3.
Amendment of rule 17 – in rule 17 of the aid rules;
(i)
In clause (d) sub rule (2) after the existing expression "ex-servicemen and
their families, the expression "and Border Security Force, Central Industrial
Security Force and Central Reserve Police force Personnel shall be inserted.
(ii)
In clause (b) of sub rule (3), after the existing expression "ex-serviceman and
their families", the expression "and Border Security Force, Central Industrial
Security Force and Central Reserve Police force Personnel shall be inserted.
(iii)
In sub clause (I) of clause (b) sub rule (3), after the existing expression
"border of the country", the expression "and Border Security Force, Central
Industrial Security Force and Central Reserve Police force Personnel shall be
inserted.
(iv)
In sub clause (II) and ((III) of clause (b) of sub rule (3), after the existing
expression "army and personnel", the expression "and Border Security Force,
Central Industrial Security Force and Central Reserve Police force Personnel
shall be inserted.
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(v)
In the existing proviso to sub rule (5), the existing expression "30 days" shall
be substituted by the expression "60 days"
(vi)
In clause (b) of the sub rule (5), the existing expression "19% " shall be
substituted by the expression "10"
(vii)
After the existing clause (ii) of sub rule (5), a new clause (iii) shall be inserted
as follows:
"(iii) if the trust in its interest refers the case to the State Government for such
regularization or an allotted applies to the Government stating the facts in
detail for such regularisation, the State Government may permit such
regularisation on payment by the allottee the cost of land and expenses, if
any, plus interest and penalty, as provided in clause – (i) above."
(viii)
In proviso the clause (a) of sub- rule (6) the existing "2.5%" shall be
substituted by the expression "5%"
(ix)
After the existing sub rule (6), a new sub rule (7) shall be inserted :
(7) (i) If a person who purchases the land through public auction for
residential or commercial purposes, has not constructed a building within
three years from the date of execution of the lease deed, he shall pay levy at
the rate of 2.5% per year of the present prevailing reserve price to the
concerned trust upto ten years and if building has still not been constructed,
the allotment of the land shall stand cancelled.
(ii) The land purchased through auction shall not be transferred without giving
information of such transfer to the trust and after making full payment of the
lease rent and penalty otherwise the trust shall not recognise the transfer."
4.
Insertion of new rule 17-A and 17-B – After the existing rule 17 of the said rules,
following new rules 17-A and 17-B shall be inserted namely :-
17A Notwithstanding anything contained in rule 17, the plots may be allotted to
freedom fighter, gallantry award holders national / international players, Arjun award
holders and President awardee teachers on the following confessional rates :12-
Freedom Fighters
upto 220 Sqr Mtrs.
50%
of
the
reserve price
Gallantry Award Holders:
(i)
Paramveer Chakra
220
Sq.
Maximum
Mtrs. 10%
of
the
reserved price
(ii)
Mahaveer Chakra
220
Sq.
Maximum
Mtrs. 25%
of
the
reserved price
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(iii) Veer Chakra, Ashok Chakra, 220
Sq.
Shaurya Chakar, Kirti Chakra
Maximum
3
4
Mtrs. 50%
of
the
reserved price
Medal Winners:
(i)
Player who gets
Olympics
medal in 220
Sq.
Maximum
Mtrs. 10%
of
the
reserved price
(ii)
Player who get medal in Asiad 220
Sq.
or Commonwealth or Arjun Maximum
Award Holders
Mtrs. 50%
of
the
reserved price
President Awardee Teachers
upto 200 Sq. Mtrs.
reserved price
In case of posthumous gallantry award, widow or in the absence of widow on
dependent of deceased awardee shall be entitled to get land at confessional rate.
17-B Allotment of land to the Personnel of Armed Force and Para Military Forces for ground
housing purposes :- Land may be allotted to the personnel of the Armed Forces and Para
Military Forces and Group Housing purposes on payment of reserve price fixed by the
Committee constituted under rule 12, on such terms and conditions as may be determined by
the State Government.
5.
Amendment of rule 18 – In the existing proviso of sub-rule (I) of rule 18 of the said rules,
the expression "that land for allotted on payment of 50% of the sanctioned reserve price" shall
be substituted by the expression "that land for public and charitable institutions may be allotted
by the trust on payment of residential reserve price."
6.
Amendment of rule 19 –In clause (3) of rule 19 of the said rules, the existing expression
"on the serve price" shall be substituted by the following expression
"On the residential reserve price plus 25% of such reserve price or at such rate as
decided by the State Government in each case."
By Order of the Governor
Sd/Dy Secretary to Government
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Appendix "G"
;q) fo/kok Nk=kokl ,oa iquokZl dsUnz ds lapkyu gsrq fu;e
1- ;q) fo/kok Nk=kokl ,oa iquokZl dsUnz dh LFkkiuk ;q) fo/kokvksa dks iquokZl izf'k{k.k nsus rFkk muds cPpksa dks
izkjfEHkd] ek/;fed] Lukrd] LukRdksRrj ,oa rduhdh f'k{kk iznku djus ds fy, vkoklh; lqfo/kk iznku djus ds
m)s'; ds fy, dh xbZ gSA ;q) fo/kokvksa ds cPpksa }kjk vkoklh; LFkkuksa dk iwjk ykHk ugha mBkus ij fjDr
miyc/k lqfo/kk ;q) esa ?kk;y lSfudksa ds cPpksa] 'kkS;Z ind fotsr k iwoZ lSfudksa ds cPps] iwoZ lSfudksa dh fo/kokvksa
ds cPps o vleFkZ iwoZ lSfudksa ds cPpksa dks ;g lqfo/kk iznku djus ij fopkj dj] ;g lqfo/kk iznku dh tk
ldrh gSA
2- Nk=kokl ds fuekZ.k ij LFky lsuk eq[;ky; o jktLFkku us cjkcj dh jkf'k dk lg;ksx fn;k gSA blds fy,
t;iqj fodkl izkf/kdj.k }kjk vkoklh; Hkwfe ds vkaoVu ,oa Hkwfe dh vokfIr dh O;oLFkk iznku dh gSA bldk
fuekZ.k jktLFkku ljdkj ds lkoZtfud fuekZ. k foHkkx t;iqj ds tfj;s funs'kd lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx dh
ns[kjs[k esa djok;k x;k gSA
3- ;q) fo/kok Nk=kokl ,oa iquokZl dsUæ ds lapkyu ds fy, fuEu fu;eksa dh izcU/ku desVh }kjk ikfjr fd;k
x;k gS &
4- izc U/k desV h %&
¼d½
jktLFkku ljdkj
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
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
¼[k½
eq[; ea=h dk izfrfuf/k
funs'kd lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx t;iqj
ftyk lSfud dY;k.k vf/kdkjh] t;iqj
LFkkuh; ofj"B lsokfuo`r lsuk vf/kdkjh dh iRuh
j{kk ea=ky;


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vkehZ dek.Mj nf{k.k if'pe deku dk izfrfuf/k
dek.Mj 61 lc ,fj;k @ izfrfuf/k
,Me dekUMsaV] LFkkuh; eq[;ky; t;iqj
,d efgyk lsuk vf/kdkjh ;k LFkkuh; vkok dh v/;{k @ lfpo
5- izcU/ku desVh ds lfpo funs'kd lSfud dY;k.k foHkkx] t;iqj gksxsa ftuds rRok/kku esa bl laLFkk dk lapkyu
fd;k tkosxkA nSfud izfdz;k ds lapkyu ds fu.kZ; lfpo }kjk gh fy, tkosxsa fu/kkZfjr lhek ls vf/kd [kpZ gksus
ij bldh Lohd`fr izcU/ku desVh }kjk yh tk ldsxhA
6- Nk=kokl o vkoklh; QzysV dk vkoaVu flQZ cPpksa dks mPp dksVh dh f'k{kk iznku gsrq gh fd;k tkos] uk fd
vkokl leL;k dk gy djus ds fy, A
7- vkoklh; ¶ySV esa ofj;rk fuEu vk/kkj ij dh tkosxh A
1. ;q} fo/kok ftlesa ifr dks 'kks;Z ind iznku fd;k x;k gks ] rFkk ftlds
i<+us ;ksX; iq= @ iq=h
gks vkSj og Lo;a i<+us @ jkstxkj lh[kus dh bPNqd gks vkSj Lo;a dk 'kSf{kd Lrj c<kuk pkgrh gksA
2. 'kghn dh fo/kok tks ¼cSVy dStqvYVh½
3. ;q} fo/kok ftlds i<+us ;ksX; iq= @ iq=h gks vkSj og Lo;a i<+us @ jkstxkj lh[kus dh bPNqd gksA
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4. ;q} fo/kok tks iquokZl izf'k{k.k izkIr dj Lo&jkstxkj dh bPNqd gks A
5. ;q} esa fodykax gq;s lSfudksa dks ¼50 izfr'kr ls vf/kd fodykaxrk½ ftlds i<+us ;ksX; cPpks gksA oks
Lo;a i<+uk pkgrh gks @ jkstxkj lh[kus dh bPNqd gksA
6. iwoZ lSfud dh fo/kok tks iquokZl izf'k{k.k izkIr dj Lo& jkstxkj izkIr djus dh bPNqd gks A
7. ¼Physicical Casuality dh fo/kokvksa dks ofj;rk nh tk;s vxj Åij ds LFkku cp x;s gks rks A vkSj
og Lo;a i<+uk pkgrh gks @ LosPNk ls jkstxkj lh[kuk pkgrh gksA
8- Nk= o Nk=kvksa ds izo's k gsrq ofj;rk fuEukafdr gksxh A
1. 'kks;Z ind izkIr 'kghn lSfud dk v/;;ujr iq= o iq=h A
2. 'kghn lSfud dk v/;;ujr iq= o iq=h A
3. ;q} esa fodykax gq;s lSfud dk v/;;ujr iq= o iq=h A
4. lSfud dh fo/kok dk v/;;ujr iq= o iq=h A
5. fodykax iwoZ lSfud dk iq= o iq=h A
9- Nk=kokl esa mUgh fo/kokvksa dks txg nh tk;s
1. ftlds NksVs cPps gksa vkSj og Lo;a i<+us dh bPNqd gks ;k dksbZ jkstxkj lh[kus dh bPNk j[krh gksA
2. cPpksa ds 1 tqykbZ 2007 esa 15 o"kZ ds gksus ij cPpksa ds Nk=kokl esa Mkyk tk;sxk vkSj fo/kokvksa dks
vkoklh; QzySV [kkyh djus dks dgk tk;sxk ;k ftldk dkslZ lekIr gks x;k gks mls dkslZ iwjk djus ds
cknA
3. fo/kok dks ;k rks Lo;a dk 'kSf{kd Lrj ÅWapk djuk gks ;k LosPNk ls jkstxkj lh[kuk gks rHkh mls ¶ySV esa
j[kk tkosxk vU;Fkk ughaA
4. fo/kokvksa dks cPpksa ds vykok fdlh vU; O;fDr ¼lkl] llqj] nsoj bR;kfn½ dks j[kus dh btktr ugh nh
tk;sxh A
5. fdlh chekjh ds bZykt ds fy;s Nk=kokl esa ugh j[kk tk;sxk A
6. 33 fo/kokvksa ds dejs esa 1 dejk mu fo/kokvksa ds fy;s j[kk tkosxk tks Loa; i<+uk pkgsxh] vkSj [kqn dk
'kS{kkf.kd Lrj ÅWapk djuk pkgrh gSa vkSj muds cPps ugha gSaA bl ,d dejs esa pkj fo/kokvksa dk jgus dk
izko/kku gksxk A bUgsa vU; cPpksa ds lkFk ugh j[kk tk;sxkA bUgh fo/kokvksa dks Nk=kokl pykus ds fy;s j[kk
tk ldrk gSa A
7. mUgh fo/kokvksa dks Nk=kokl esa txg nh tk;sxh] ftudk t;iqj 'kgj esa dksbZ edku ugh gSa A¼[kqn dk ;k
lkl llqj dk ½
8. nRrd iq= dks LFkku rHkh fn;k tk;sxk vxj 'kghn us ejus ls igys
mldk ikVZ&Vw& vkMZj gks pqdk gSa A
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fof/kiwoZd cPps dks xksn fy;k gSa o
9. fo/kok,sa T;knk ls T;knk 5 lky rd jg ldsxh A ;g vof/k fdlh Hkh lwjr esa ugh c<+kbZ tk;sxh A vxj
[kqn dh i<kbZ iw.kZ djus ,dk/k lky T;knk jguk t:jh gks rks ^^viokn** gks ldrk gS A
10. fo/kokvksa dks edku dk fdjk;k ¼tks fu/kkZfjr fd;k tk;sxk½ fctyh] ikuh
olwyk tk;sxk A eqQzr esa j[kuk laHko ugh gksxk A
dk ¼okLrfod O;;½
11. fo/kokvksa ds pky pyu ij ¼okMZu½ fuxjkuh j[ksxh] vxj o Bhd ugh
vkoklh; QzySV [kkyh djuk gksxkA ¼fcuk fdlh
uksfVl ds½
ik;k
x;k
rks
mUgsa
12. fo/kokvksa dks 'krksZ ds fy;s opuo}rk ¼Affadv
a it) ds ek/;e ls fd;k tk;s] rkfd fdlh dksVZ bR;kfn
dsl ls laLFkk dks nwj j[kk tk ldsa A
10- Nk=kokl ds fy, deZpkfj;ksa dk p;u LdwVuh desVh }kjk gh fd;k tkosxkA
11- Nk=kokl ds fy, deZpkfj;ksa ds p;u esa fuEu izdkj ls izkFkfedrk iznku dh tkosxh &
1. Nk=kokl esa jgus okyh ;ksX; ,oa l{ke ;q) fo/kok
2. Nk=kokl esa jgus okyh ;q) fo/kok ds ;ksX; ,oa l{ke iq= @ iq=h
3. ;q) fo/kok
4. iwoZ lSfud dh fo/kok
5. lsokjr lSfud dh iRuh
6. iwoZ lSfud ¼jkf=dkyhu lqj{kk xkMZ dh M;wVh iwoZ lSfudksa dks gh iznku dh tkosx h½
7. MªkbZoj dk in Hkh iwoZ lSfud @ vkfJr ds fy, vkjf{kr jgsxkA
12- Nk=kokl ds fy, deZpkfj;ksa ds in
1.
okMZu efgyk & 1
2.
lgk;d okMZu efgyk & 1
3.
fyfid efgyk & 1
4.
LVksj dhij @ jksdM;k efgyk & 1
5.
lQkbZ dehZ iq:"k & 1
6.
lQkbZ dehZ efgyk & 1
7.
dqd efgyk & 2
8.
osVj @ vVsUMsUV iq:"k & 1
9.
osVj @ vVsUMsUV efgyk & 1
10. vkfQl vVsUMsUV efgyk & 1
11. MªkbZoj ¼iwoZ lSfud @ vkfJr½ & 1
13-
Nk=kokl ds deZpkfj;ksa dh M;wVht layxu ^ifjf'k"B d* esa nh xbZ gSAa
14-
Nk=kokl esa vk; O;; izLrkfor C;kSjk layXu ^ifjf'k"B [k* esa fn;k x;k gsA
15-
Nk=kokl esa jgus okyh ;q) fo/kokvksa vkSj Nk= Nk=kvksa ds ekrk firk @ vfHkHkkod @ laj{kd ds irs o
VsyhQksu uEcj-] okMZu o dk;kZy; esa miyC/k jgsxsaA
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16-
Nk=kokl esa jgus okyh ;q) fo/kok @ vkfJr Nk= @ Nk=k dks bZ-lh-,p-,l- dk LekVZ dkMZ cuokuk gksxkA
17-
Nk=kokl esa jgus okyh ;q) fo/kok dks lh-,l-Mh- dSaVhu dk LekVZ dkMZ cuokuk gksxkA
18-
Nk=kokl esa jgus okyh ;q) fo/kokvksa dks Lo;a dk ,y-ih-th-xSl dusD'ku ysuk gksxkA
1920-
Nk=kokl esa jgus okyh ;q) fo/kokvksa dks ¶ySV ds fo|qr ehVj dk Hkkj ogu djuk gksxkA
Nk=kokl esa jgus okyh ;q) fo/kokvksa vkSj Nk= Nk=kvksa dks Nk=kokl dh vkpkj lafgrk
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Appendix "H"
No. 36034/5/85-Estt(SCT)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. & Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
New Delhi, the 27th Oct, 1986.
NOTIFICATION
GSR-In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso the article 309 of the Constitution, the
President hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Ex-Servicemen (Re-employment in
Central Civil Service and Posts)
Rules, 1979 Namely :-1.
(a)
These rules may be called the Ex-servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Service
and Posts)Amendment Rules, 1986.
(b)
They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
2. In rule 2 of the Ex-Servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Service and Posts) Rules, 1979 for
clause
(c)
the following clause shall be substituted, namely :(d)
‘Ex-Servicemen’ means a person, who has served in any rank (whether as a combatant
or as a non-combatant) in the Regular Army, Navy and Air Force of the Indian Union but
does not include a person who has served in the Defence Security Corps, the General
Reserve Engineering Force, the Lok Sahayak Sena and the Para Military Forces; and
(i) who has retired from such service after earning his/her pension; or
(ii) who has been released from such service on medical grounds attributable to military
service or circumstances beyond his control and awarded, medical or other disability
pension; or
(iii) who has been released, otherwise than on his own request, from such service as a
result of reduction in establishment; or
(iv) who has been released from such service after completing the specific period of
engagement otherwise than at his own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on
account of misconduct or inefficiency, and has been given a gratuity; and includes the
personnel of the Territorial Army of the following categories, namely :(i) pension holders for continuous (embodied) service;
(ii) persons with disability attributable to military service; and
(iii) gallantry award winners.
Explanation : The persons serving in the Armed Forces of the Union, who on retirement from service
would come under the category of ‘ex-Servicemen’ may be permitted to apply for re-employment one
year before the completion of the specified terms of engagement and avail themselves of all
concessions available to ex-Servicemen but shall not be permitted to leave the uniform until they
complete the specified term of engagement in the Armed Forces of the Union.
Note : The principal rules were published vide notification No. GSR 1530, dated the 29th Dec., 1979 in
the Gazette of India, Part-II, Section 3, Sub-Section (i) at pages 3004 - 3005.
Sd/(BATA K. DEY)
Director (JCA)
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No. 36034/5/85/Estt(SCT)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pension
(Department of Personnel & Training)
New Delhi, the 27th Mar 87
NOTIFICATION
GSR in exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution, the President
hereby makes the following rules further to amend the ex-Servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil
Services and Posts)
Rules 1979, namely :
1. (a) These rules may be called the ex-Servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Services and
Posts) Amendment Rules 87.
(b) They shall be deemed to have come into force on the 15th day of Nov., 1986.
2. In rule 2 of the ex-Servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Services and Posts) Rules 1979 to
clause
(c) the following proviso shall be added, namely,
Provided that for the period commencing on the 15th day of Nov 1986 and ending with the 30th day of
June 87, any person who has been released :(a) at his own request after completing five years service in the Armed Forces of the Union; or
(b) after serving for a continuous period of six months after attestation, otherwise than at his own
request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency or has been
transferred to the reserve pending such release; shall also be deemed to be an ex-Servicemen for the
purpose for this clause.
Note :- Principal rules were published vide Notification No. GSR 1530 dated the 29th Dec., 1 9 7 9
and subsequently amended vide notification No. GSR 973 dated the 15th Nov., 1986 in the Gazette of
India,
Part II Section 3, Sub Section.
Sd/-(
BATA K DEY)
Director (JCA)
Copy to :-All
Ministries/Deptts of the Government of India.
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Appendix "J"
No.9(1)/703/Edn Concession/D(Res)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
New Delhi, the 06th Aug 2003
To
The Chief of the Army Statt
The Chief of Navy Staff
The Chief of Air Staff
AWARD OF EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP TO CHILDREN OF
ARMED FORCES OFFICERS/PERSONNEL BELOW OFFICER RANK
KILLED/ MISSING/ PERMANENTLY DISABLED IN ACTION-STUDYING
IN VARIOUS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES
Sir,
In super session of Ministry of HRD/Deptt of Education letter No.F.14-2/88-School-I
dated 20 May 1988 and Ministry of Defence OM No.9(1)/90/Edn Concession/D(CS-II) dated 14
May 1990 on the above subject, the undersigned is directed to say that the following
educational concessions which were till now admissible to the children of Armed Forces
personnel killed/missing or permanently disabled in 1962, 9165, 1971 wars, Op PAWAN and
Op MEGHDOOT only, are hereby extended to the children of the Armed Forces personnel
who were killed/declared missing or permanently disabled during all post MEGHDOOT
operations in India and abroad,\including Counter Insurgency Operation,. Studying in
Govt/Govt aided schools/educational institutes, Military/Sainik Schools and other schools or
colleges recognized by the Central or State Govts including the autonomous organizations
financed entirely by Central/State Govts.
(a)
Complete exemption from tuition fee (full amount) and other fees (Capitation fee
and Caution money not included) levied by the educational institutions concerned
including charges levied for the school bus maintained by the school or actual fares paid
for railway pass for students or bus fare certified by the Head of Institutes).
(b)
Grants to meet hostel charges in full for those studying in boarding schools and
colleges.
(c) Cost of Books and Stationery : Rs.250/- (rupees two hundred and fifty) per annum
per student or the amount claimed by the student, whichever is less.
(d)
Cost of Uniform where this is Compulsory; Rs.810/- (Rupees eight hundred ten
only) at the maximum during 1st year and Rs.350/- (Rupees three hundred fifty only) for
the subsequent years per annum per student or the amount claimed by the student,
whichever is less.
(e)
Clothing : Rs.250/- (Rupees two hundred fifty only) for the first year and Rs.150/(Rupees One hundred fifty only) for the subsequent years per annum per student or the
amount claimed by the student, whichever is less.
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2.
The above educational concessions will be available up to and inclusive of the First
Degree Course.
3.
These educational concessions will be paid from Major Head 2076 and Minor Head
300 B(a) of the Defence Services Estimates (Army) and the relevant Heads of Navy and Air
Force.
4.
This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Finance Division) vide their
u.o. No.805/PD/03 dated 29 Jul 03.
Yours faithfully
(VK Jain)
Under Secretary to the Govt of India
Tele:23014946
Copy to :Min of Defence(Fin/AG/PD)
CGDA, Dir of Audit, Defence Services
All Controllers of Defence Accounts
All Commands Headquarters
Signed copies to be sent to : ALL CDAs
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Appendix "K"
DGR Important Rulings
DGR Website
1. DGR Website, www.dgrindia.com was commissioned in the month of Oct 2002. It has
information on schemes pertaining to all the directorates under DGR. Various forms can be
down loaded for a particular scheme. Employment Directorate module has the facility for
registration on line by officers and prospective employers to search for officers seeking
employment.
Self-Employment
2.
Coal Transportation Scheme
(a)
Scheme only for ex-Service officers – Those have register with the DGR within
two years of retirement/release
(b)
Operate transport companies with coal subsidiaries in Orissa, Jharkhand,
Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Damodar Valley Corporation.
(c)
Companies are sponsored against specific requisition.
(d)
Duration of sponsorship initially is for five years, extendable upto nine years
subject to receipt of satisfactory performance certificate from coal subsidiary.
(e)
Minimum three officers form a private limited company.
3.
Tipper Truck Scheme. This scheme envisages the attachment of one tipper truck
to an ex-servicemen coal transport company.
(a)
Widows/Disabled ex-servicemen released from service with disability pension
deposit Rs. 85,000/- with ex-servicemen coal Transport Company nominated by DGR
for purchase of a tipper truck in their name.
(b)
Coal company pays Rs. 3000/- per month for five years.
(c)
Rs.85,000/- capital re-imbursed to the Widows/Disabled ex-servicemen after 5
years/renewed for another five years.
Oil Product Agency
(a)
Eight percent Defence Quota.
The oil products except for kerosene and
naphtha remain controlled. Under this scheme, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas
(P&NG) have reserved 8% of the retail outlets of Petroleum & LPG for War
Widows/dependents/disabled soldiers as per the following priority:Priority-I. Widows/Dependants of posthumous gallantry award winners.
Priority-II. Widows/Dependants of servicemen killed in war.
Priority-III. Disabled in War
Priority-IV. Widows/dependants of those died in harness with causes attributable
to service.
Priority-V. Disabled in peace with disability attributable to military service.
(b)
The eligible candidates apply to DGR for issue of eligibility certificate based on
the advertisement in leading newspapers by the various oil companies. They then
apply to Ministry of P&NG for specific retail outlets. Ministries of
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P&NG scrutinize each application. A dealer selection board appointed by Ministry of
P&NG then interviews the applicants, under defence quota. A letter of Intent (LOI) is
then issued to those selected.
(c)
Special Scheme. 500 petroleum/LPG outlets were released by Govt for
widows/NOK of personnel killed in OP VIJAY in KARGIL Sector. A case has been taken
up with Ministry of P&NG to allot 50 of these outlets to disabled soldiers boarded out of
service during Kargil War.
Army Surplus Class VB Vehicle
(a)
ESM can apply within five years of retirement. Widows can also avail of the
scheme.
(b)
35 types of vehicles presently available.
(c)
Security deposit is required in the form of Bank draft in favour of DGR Security
Deposit Fund payable at Delhi
(d)
Applications are registered by DGR and vehicles released by MGO’s Branch.
SEMFEX (SELF-EMPLOYMENT VENTURES)
(a)
SEMFEX-I. Establishing of tiny and small scale industries under aegis of SIDBI
(i) Project ceiling
- Rs. 15 lakhs
(ii) Promoters Contribution
- 10% - 12.3%
(iii) Soft Seed Assistance
- 15%
(iv) Interest on soft seed
- 6%
(b)
SEMFEX–II. The scheme is operative with support from NABARD.
(i)
Operative in rural areas. However, agro/food processing unit can be set
up in urban areas.
(ii)
No upper ceiling in farm sector.
(iii) Non-farm sector upto SSI limit.
(iv) Interest free soft loan assistance is available under farm and non-farm
activities.
(v)
Capital investment subsidy is available upto Rs.50 lakhs for cold storages
and storages for horticultural produce.
(vi) Purchase of land for agricultural purposes and setting up of petrol pump.
(vii) Financial assistance for rural housing including repairs/renovation.
(viii) Financial assistance for Small Road and Water Transport Operators
(SRWTO).
(ix) Financial assistance for trading and business activities.
(x)
Loan through banks.
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(c)
SEMFEX –III. Setting up of Khadi and Village Industries with support from
KVIC.
(i)
Operative in rural areas.
(ii)
Upper loan limit - Rs 25 lakh.
(iii) 30% subsidy upto Rs 10 lakh by KVIC and above this amount, it will be
10% of the project cost.
(iv) Margin money requirement - 50% of the project cost.
(v)
Loan through banks.
(d)
Prime Minister’s Rozgar Yojana (PMRY) Scheme for Ex-servicemen.
PMRY Scheme is a centrally sponsored subsidy linked scheme for setting up
micro enterprises in business, industry and service sectors.
(i)
Maximum age limit to avail loan - 45 years.
(ii)
Loan for business (trading activities including agricultural and allied
activities)
- Rs.1 lakh.
(iii) Loan for industry/service sectors - Rs.2 lakhs.
(iv) Loan for partnership project
- Rs.10 lakhs.
Commercial Bank Loan Scheme
(a)
(b)
(c)
Loan Ceiling
Individuals
Coal Companies
Promoter’s contribution
Rate of Interest
- Rs. 15 lakhs
- Rs. 25 lakhs
- 10%-33.3%
- As per RBI guidelines.
National Equity Fund
(a)
(b)
(c)
Project Ceiling
Promoter’s contribution
Soft loan Assistance
- Rs. 50 lakhs
- 10%
- 25% subject to a maximum of Rs.10 lakhs
per project.
(d)
Rate of Interest
(i)
Soft loan 4%
(ii)
Term loan-as per RBI guidelines.
(e)
Repayment period - seven years including moratorium period upto three years.
Typewriters & Duplicators
(a)
(b)
Ex-servicemen can apply for 5 typewriters & 1 duplicator.
Released by Directorate of Military Regulations and Forms.
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Reservation in CSD (I) of Low Technology Items
(a)
(b)
Reservation for 15% of 30 selected items for CSD (I)
Reservation for 10% of 262 selected low technology items.
Grant of Price Subsidy to SSI Units
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Ex-servicemen unit supplying stores to Defence Establishment to get 10% of
total value of Rs. 50,000 whichever is less.
Eligible for five consecutive years.
ESM/Widows must have at least 75% of shares.
Registered as industry for not more than 10 years.
Mother Dairy, Delhi Milk Scheme & Safal Fruit and Vegetable Booths
(a)
(b)
Rank
Age
(c)
(d)
Medical category
Security Deposit
- Nk to JCO.
-Not more than 50 years for Mother Dairy and 55
years for SAFAL.
- Not below BEE.
-Rs. 60,000/
Kinetic Engineering Dealership
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Area of Workshop -Min 500 Sq Ft
Area of Parts Storage
-Min 100 Sq Ft.
Area for customers -Min 100 Sq Ft.
Investment
-Rs. 1.5 lakhs excluding spares and special tools.
Piaggio Greaves Dealership
Three wheeler utility vehicle APE manufactured by PIAGGIO GREAVES is available for
dealership/service center or for use as a load carrier.
Tata Bp Solar Light Dealership
(a)
(b)
Investment –Rs. 50,000/Be technically oriented to learn installation.
Dealership of Hero Honda/Kinetic/Appolo/Pepsi/Coca Cola – Ex-servicemen, disabled
soldiers and widows can apply to DGR for allotment of agencies of these corporate sectors in
rural/urban areas. Investment ranging from Rs.2 lac upto Rs.10 lac is needed by the
entrepreneur.
Mahindra & Mahindra
(a)
(b)
(c)
Price discount Rs.15,000-35,000/-.
2 years warranty.
Rate of Interest 10.5% on reducing balance.
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(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
Moratorium period of 12 months.
Repayment of Loan 7 to 9 years.
Kisan Credit Card.
Life Insurance Scheme for Tractor owner.
Scheme applicable to serving soldiers also.
CNG Station
(a)
Applicable only in Delhi. Employment upto 4 years, renewable every year based
on performance.
(b)
Officers upto 58 years of age should be registered with DGR.
(c)
Bank Guarantee Rs.4.00 lakhs.
(d)
Operated on ‘Company Owned Company Operated (COCO)’ basis.
Remuneration Rs.22,000/- per month.
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Appendix "L"
PENSIONARY BENEFITS ADMISSIBLE TO THE
ARMED FORCES PERSONNEL AND THEIR FAMILIES
General
1.
To maintain operational efficiency, the Armed Forces are required to maintain a youthful
profile necessitating retirement of approximately 55,000 to 60,000 personnel every year. The
Armed Forces personnel are granted pension since they are retired early at a younger age. The
Government also recognizes their social, domestic and personal commitments at the
comparatively young age of their retirement. In recognition to their needs, the Government takes a
number of measures to rehabilitate them in civil life by providing re-employment as well as
self-employment opportunities. Central Government has also undertaken various steps for the
welfare of ex-servicemen and their families.
2.
Pensionary Benefits. The Armed Forces Personnel are granted retiring/service
pension on normal retirement/release from service on completion of the prescribed tenure. In
cases of disablement in non-battle casualty cases, disability pension is sanctioned on the
recommendation of the appropriate medical authority. Personnel injured/wounded during war
or war like operations are granted a special pension known as War Injury Pension. The rates,
terms and conditions for grant of these pensions are detailed in the following paragraphs.
3.
Retiring/Service Pension
(a)
Officers
(i) Eligibility
Minimum
qualifying
service required for earning
retiring pension is 20 years(without weightage).
(ii)Weightage
9 years for Captains to 3 years for Generals is added to
the qualifying service for the purpose of pension.
(iii)Pension Formula
It is calculated at 50 % of the average emoluments drawn
during the last 10 months' for 33 years qualifying service.
For service less than 33 years, pension is proportionately
reduced. The maximum limit of Retiring Pension is 50%
of the highest pay applicable to the Armed Forces
personnel.
(iv)Commutation of 43% of the pension sanctioned is allowed to
be commuted.
Pension
(v)Dearness Relief
As admissible from time to time
(vi)Retiring Gratuity
The minimum period of qualifying service required for
earning retiring gratuity is 10 years (without weightage). It
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is calculated at the rate of 1/2 a month's reckonable
emoluments for each completed six months' period of
qualifying service subject to a maximum of Rs. 3.5 lakhs.
For calculating gratuity, a uniform weightage of 5 years of
added service is given to all ranks.
(vii)Leave encashment Upto 300 days
(b) PBORs
(i) Eligibility
Minimum qualifying service required for earning Service
pension is 15 years (without weightage)
(20 years in
the case of NCs(E).
(ii) Weightage
Weightage of 5 added years of service is given for
calculation of pension.
(iii) Pension Formula
Pension is calculated at 50 % of the reckonable
emoluments for 33 years of qualifying service to be
reduced proportionately for lesser period of qualifying
service. Pension is calculated with reference to the
maximum pay held for 10 months preceding retirement.
The minimum amount of service pension admissible w.e.f
1.1.1996 is Rs. 1275/- per month.
(iv)Commutation
50% of the pension sanctioned is allowed to be
commuted.
(v)Dearness Relief
As admissible from time to time.
(vi)Service Gratuity
The minimum period of qualifying service required for
earning service gratuity is 5 years (without weightage).
Admissible at a uniform rate of half months reckonable
emoluments for each completed 6 months period of
qualifying service subject to a maximum of Rs. 3.5 lakhs.
(vii)Leave encashment
Up to 300 days
3.
Benefits Admissible in Cases of Invalidment/Retirement on Account of injuries
sustained in war or war like situations.
Personnel who sustain injuries in war or war
like operations/counter-insurgency operations etc. are entitled to War Injury Pension and in
cases of disablement on account of war injuries, the Armed Forces personnel are eligible to
receive the pensionary benefits as under:(a)Invalidment on account of war injury: War Injury Pension consisting of service
element and war injury element as under:-
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(i)
Service element - equal to retiring/serving pension to which the
individual would have been entitled on the basis of his/her pay on the date of
invalidment but counting service upto the date on which he/she would have
retired in that rank in the normal course including weightage as admissible. There
is no condition of minimum qualifying service for earning this element.
(ii)
War injury element - equal to reckonable emoluments last drawn for
100% disablement. However, in no case the aggregate of service element and
war injury element is to exceed last pay drawn. For lower percentage, war injury
element is proportionately reduced.
(b)
Streamlining the procedure to be followed by Medical Boards: The
5th
Central Pay Commission vide para 164.10 had recommended that system of periodical
review by the Resurvey Medical Board be abolished and the recommendation of the
Medical Board be treated as final unless the individual himself asks for a review. The
recommendation has been accepted in respect of injury cases. In respect of disease
cases disabilities not of permanent nature there will be only one review of the
percentage of disability by a Reassessment Board whose assessment will be final and
for life unless the individual asks for a review. The review will be carried out by a
Review Medical Board constituted by DGAFMS. The percentage of disability assessed
by the Review Medical Board will be final. Necessary orders have been issued in this
regard.
The extent of disability or
(i)
Calculation of war injury element.
functional incapacity is determined as under for the purpose of computing war
injury element in the cases of invalidment:(aa) Disability less than 50%
-50%
(ab) Disability between 50% and 75%
-75%
(ac) Disability between 76% and 100%
-100%
(ii)
Constant Atendance Allowance (CAA):- Rs.600/- per month for 100%
disablement on the recommendations of the Medical Board
(iii)
Retirement Gratuity. Subject to a maximum of Rs.3.5 lakhs. It is
calculated on the basis of reckonable emoluments on the date of invalidment but
counting service upto the date on which the individual would have normally
retired in that rank plus weightage as applicable (total not exceeding 33 years)
(c)
In cases of retention in service despite war injury and subsequent
retirement. Armed Forces personnel who are retained in service despite disability
have an option either to draw lump-sum compensation in lieu of war injury element
foregoing war injury element at the time of subsequent retirement/ discharge or to draw
war injury element at the time of retirement in addition to retiring/serving pension
admissible on retirement/discharge.
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Those who opt for lump-sum compensation are eligible to pensionary benefits as
under:(i)
Serving/Retiring Pension
(ii)
Lump-sum compensation in lieu of war injury element for disablement of
20% or more for life, at the following rates (in cases arising on or after
1.1.1996):Category
Rates for 100% disability to be reduced
proportionately for lower %age
Commissioned Officers
Rs. 5200/- per month
JCOs & equivalents
Other Ranks
Rs.3800/-per month
Rs. 3100/- per month
Once the compensation for war injury element has been paid, there
is no further entitlement on account of such a disability at the time of
retirement/discharge.
Those who opt for war injury element on subsequent retirement are
eligible to receive war injury element on monthly basis at the rates
mentioned above. No war injury element is payable for disability less
than 20%.
(iii)
Constant Attendance Allowance (CCA) - Rs. 600/- per month for 100%
disablement on the recommendations of the Medical Board.
(iv)
Retirement Gratuity: - Subject to a maximum of Rs. 3.5 lakhs. It is
calculated on the basis of reckonable emoluments on the date of
invalidment but counting service upto the date on which the individual
would have retired in the normal course in that rank plus weightage of
5 years ( but not exceeding 33 years).
Note: W.e.f. 1.1.1996, Armed Forces personnel sustaining disability due
to acts of violence/attack by terrorists, anti-social elements, bomb blasts in
public places or transport, indiscriminate shooting incidents etc. are
entitled to the same pensionary benefits (i. e. service element and
retirement gratuity) as admissible to war injury cases on
invalidment/retirement/discharge including lump-sum compensation in lieu
of disability, as mentioned above, except that on invalidment they would
be entitled to disability element instead of war injury element.
For lower percentage of disablement, this amount is proportionately
reduced. However, in no case aggregate of service element and disability
element shall be less than 80% of reckon able emoluments last drawn.
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4. Benefits in cases of returement/invalidment with disability attributable to/aggravated
by military service (non-battle casualty cases).
The disability pension is admissible
subject to the condition that the disability on account which Armed Forces Personnel is
invalided out is accepted as having occurred/aggravated by conditions of military service.
(a)
(In case of invalidment on account of disability attributable to or
aggravated by military service, the individual is entitled to the pensionary
benefits as under:(i) Normal Retiring/Serving Pension - for the length of service actually
rendered plus the full weightage appropriate to the rank held at the time of
invalidment. There is no condition of minimum qualifying service having been
rendered for earning this element of pension, if otherwise due.
(ii) Disability element - at the following rates (for 100% disability to be reduced
proportionately for lower percentage:Commissioned officers
JCOs & equivalents
Other Ranks
- Rs. 2600/- per month
- Rs. 1900/-per month
- Rs. 1550/-per month
Where permanent disability is not less than 60%, the disability pension
(total of service element plus disability element) is not to be less than 60% of
reckonable emoluments last drawn.
(iii)
The extent of disability or functional incapacity is determinable as under
for the purpose of computing the disability element in cases of invalidment:Disability less than 50%
- 50%
Disability between 50% and 75%
- 75%
Disability between 76% and 100%
-100%
(iv) Constant Attendance Allowance (CAA): - Rs. 600/-p.m. on the
recommendations of the medical board.
(v) Leave encashment :- Upto 300 days
(b)
Where an Armed Forces personnel is retained in service despite disability
and retires/discharged on attaining the age of retirement or on completion of
tenure. w.e.f. 1.1.1996. he/she is entitled to receive the following pensionarv
benefits:(i)
Retiring/Serving pension - to be calculated at 50% of the average
reckonable emoluments. The benefit of added years of service (weightage) which
ranges from 9 years for Captain and below to 3 years for General is also given
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for calculating qualifying service. PBORs are given the benefit of 5 added years
of service for determining qualifying service.
(ii)
Retirement/Service Gratuity - depending on the length of service subject
to the maximum of Rs. 3.5 lakhs. For calculating gratuity a uniform weightage of
5 years is given to all ranks (total not exceeding 33 years)
(iii)
Other benefits - Leave encashment upto 300 days.
(iv)
Disability element - at the following rates effective from 1.1.96 (for 100%
disability to be reduced proportionately for lesser degree of disability upto
20%):Commissioned officers - Rs. 2600/- per month
JCOs & equivalents
- Rs. 1900/-per month
Other Ranks
- Rs. 1550/- per month
Disability
element
is
payable
for
disability
actually
assessed/accepted. No disability is payable for disability less than 20%.
(c)
Lump-sum compensation in lieu of disability element
Where an individual is found to have a disability which is accepted at 20% or more for
life but the individual is retained in service despite disability, he is paid a lump- sum
compensation in lieu of disability element equal to the capitalized value of disability
element on the basis of disability actually assessed (and not the disability computable in
cases of invalidment). The rates of disability element for calculating capitalized value in
cases arising on or after 1.1.96 are as under:Commissioned officers
JCOs & equivalents
Other Ranks
- Rs. 2600/- per month
- Rs. 1900/-per month
- Rs. 1550/-per month
Once such compensation has been paid in lieu of disability element, there is no
further entitlement on this count at the time of retirement.
5.
Benefits in the event of invalidment on account of disability neither attributable to
nor aggravated by military service (invalid pension)
(a)
Eligibility Conditions - Invalid Pension is admissible where an individual is
invalided out of Military service with a disability neither attributable to nor aggravated by
military service, if the service actually rendered is 10 years or more. Invalid gratuity is paid
when the service rendered is less than 10 years.
(b)
Rates
(i)
Invalid Pension:- Amount equal to the service element of disability
pension that would have been admissible in case the causes were attributable to
or aggravated by military service.
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(ii)
Invalid Gratuity: - ½ a month's reckonable emoluments for each six
monthly period of qualifying service
6.
Family Pensions
The families of the Armed Forces personnel are granted family
pension on the death of a Service personnel/pensioner. Family pensions are of three kinds,
namely, Liberalized Family Pension, Special Family Pension and Ordinary Family Pension.
The eligibility and conditions under which these pensions are granted are mentioned below:(a)
Liberalized family Pension (LFP)
(i)
Eligibility: The families of the Armed Forces personnel killed in war or
war like operations, counter insurgency operations or in an encounter
with
or
in
incident involving armed hostiles, terrorists/ extremists, anti-social
elements etc, are entitled to the Liberalized Family Pension. Presently, it is
admissible as under:(ii)
Widow: Liberalized Family Pension equal to the reckonable emoluments
last drawn by the deceased is payable to the widow in the case of officers and to
the nominated heir in the case of PBORs until death or disqualification. Wef
1.1.96 in case of remarriage of the widow, full liberalized family pension
continues to be admissible to her if she continues to support the children or has
no children. If she does not support children after remarriage, ordinary family
pension at 30% to widow and special family pension at 60% to eligible children
are admissible.
(iii)
Children: If the personnel is not survived by widow but is survived by
child/children only, all children together are eligible to liberalized family pension
at the rate equal to 60% of reckonable emoluments last drawn by the deceased.
LFP is paid to the senior most eligible child till he/she attains the age of 25 years
or upto the date of his/her marriage whichever is earlier and thereafter the LFP is
passed on to the next eligible child w.e.f. 1.1.96, in the case of eligible child is
physically or mentally handicapped and unable to earn livelihood, LFP is
admissible for life. Widowed/divorced daughters upto the age of 25 years or
marriage whichever is earlier has been included in the definition of family for the
purpose of Liberalized Family Pension.
(iv)
Parents: Where an officer dies as a bachelor or as a widower without
children, dependent pension is admissible to parents without reference to their
pecuniary circumstances at the rate of 75% of the LFP for both parents and @of
60% for a single parent.
(b)
Special Family Pension (SFP)
(i)
Eligibility. Admissible in case of death of a personnel on account of
causes attributable to or aggravated by military service
(ii)
Rate. Special Family Pension is admissible at the uniform rate of 60% of
reckonable emoluments last drawn by the deceased, subject to a minimum of Rs.
2,550/- irrespective whether widow has children or not
(in cases arising on or
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after 1.1.96). W.e.f. 1.1.96, in case the eligible child is physically or mentally
handicapped and unable to earn livelihood, SFP is admissible for life.
Widowed/divorced daughters upto the age of 25 years or marriage whichever is
earlier has been included in the definition of family for the purpose of Special
Family Pension. Families of SSCOs and ECOs who die under circumstances
attributable to military service shall also be entitled to special family pension.
(c)
Special Family Pension on Remarriage of Widow:- Special Family Pension on
remarriage of widow, is regulated as follows:Commissioned Officers
(i) If she has child (ren): (aa)
Full
Special
If she continues to support
children after remarriage Pension to continue
to widow.
(ab)
If she does not support
Ordinary Family (OFP) children after
remarriage
qual to 30% of emoluments
last drawn to the re- married
widow; 50% of the Special
Family Pension to the
eligible
children.
(ii) If widow has no children
Family
Full Special Family Pension
to continue to widow.
PBOR
(i) If Special Family Pension is sanctioned to the Widow: Same provisions
as applicable to officers.
(ii) Where first life award is sanctioned to parents:
(aa) If widow continues to
support child(ren) after
or has no issues
50% of SFP
to parents
50% of SFP to widow remarriage
(ab) If widow does not support
Full
SFP
to
parents
children after re-marriage Ordinary Family
Pension but the
children are
to widow
supported by the
parents
(ac) If children are not
50% of SFP to parents supported
either by the
50% SFP to eligible re-married widow or the
children.
parents
Ordinary Family
Pension to widow
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(iii)
(ad) On death or
disqualification of parents
and the widow supports
the children or has no issues
Full SFP to widow
(ae) On death or
disqualification of parents
and the widow does not
support the children
Full
SFP
to
eligible
children.
Ordinary Family to Pension
widow
Death Gratuity. subject to a maximum of Rs. 3.5 lakhs
Rs. 5 lakhs in cases of death due to
(iv)
Ex-gratia payment.
accidents including accidents to the service aircraft occurring on or after
1.8.97.
Leave encashment upto a maximum of 300
(v)
Other Benefits.
days.
(d)
Ordinary Family Pension (OFP)
(i)
Eligibility: Families of personnel who die during service for causes
neither attributable to nor aggravated by service, or after retirement with
pension, are eligible to ordinary family pension.
(ii)
Rate of Pension: With effect from 1.1.96 OFP is admissible at a uniform
rate of 30% of reckonable emoluments last drawn subject to a maximum of 30%
of the highest pay applicable to Armed Forces Personnel. The minimum amount
of Family Pension is Rs.1275/- per month.
Notes:
(i)
Past family pensioners are entitled to get at least 30% of the minimum of the
revised pay scale introduced w.e.f. 1.1.96 for the rank in the case of Officers and rank
and group in the case of PBORs.
(ii)
If the deceased personnel had rendered 7 years or more service, the family is
given OFP at the double the rate for the first 7 years or upto the time when the
deceased would have reached the age of 67 years whichever is earlier. The
amount of enhanced family pension is not to exceed 50% of the emoluments or the
Retiring pension if the death takes place after retirement but before 67 years of age.
(iii)
With effect from 1.1.98, OFP is admissible also to (i) parents who were wholly
dependant on the Armed Forces personnel provided the deceased had left behind
neither a widow nor a child and (ii) widowed/divorced daughter till she attains the age of
25 years or up to the date of her re-marriage whichever is earlier. The income criteria is
that their earning should not be more than Rs.2550/- per month. This benefit is
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admissible w.e.f. 1.1.98 also in cases where death of Armed Forces personnel occurred
prior to 1.1.96.
7.
Ex-Gratia Award in the Event of Death While Performing Mitailry Duty
In addition to Liberalized Family Pension/Special Family Pension, ex-gratia payment to
the family of a deceased Armed Forces personnel is admissible as under in the event of death
occurring on or after 01.8.1997:(a)
Death occurring due to accidents in the
- Rs.5.00 lakhs.
course of performance of duties
(b)
Death occurring in the course of
- Rs.5.00 lakhs performance of
duties attributable to acts
of violence by terrorists, anti-social elements etc.
(c)
Death occurring during (i) border
- Rs.7 .50 lakhs skirmishes and
(ii) action against militants,
terrorists, extremists etc.
(d)
Death occurring during enemy action in
- Earlier Rs. 7.50 lakhs
international war or such like engagements
increased to
which are specifica11y notified by the MOD.
Rs.10 lakhs
W.e.f. 1.5.1999
Revision of Pension
8.
(a)
Revision of Pension of Pre-1.1.96 Pensioners/Family Pensioners
The Fifth Central Pay Commission recommended that total parity may be brought
between the pre 1.1.86 and post 1.1.86 retirees, by notional fixation of pay of pre
1.1.1986 retires in the post. 1.1.86 scales of pay and refixing of pension of all pre
1.1.1986 retirees on basis of their notional fixation of pay. This recommendation of Fifth
Central Pay Commission has been implemented by the Government and total parity has
been achieved between pre 1.1.1986 retirees and those, who retired between 1.1.1986
and 31.12.1995.
The Government have also accepted the concept of 'Modified Parity’ which
stipulates that the consolidated pension shall not be less than 50% of the minimum of
the new pay scale, as revised by Government, based on Fifth Central Pay Commission.
This will be with reference to the post held by the pensioner, at the time of retirement.
(b)
Revision of Disability Pension/Special Family Pension/Liberalised Family
Pension/War Injury Pension etc. in respect of Pre-1996 Armed Forces Pensioners
The 5th Central Pay Commission though recommended the consolidation and
revision of Ordinary Family pension in respect of past family pensioners, it is silent
about the revision of Special/Liberalized Family Pension. The issue of revision of
Disability Pension/War Injury Pension/Special Family Pension/Liberalized Family
Pension etc. in respect of pre- 1.1.96 Armed Forces Pensioners was considered in
consultation with Deptt. of Pension and Pensioners Welfare and Ministry of Finance and
orders were issued by Ministry of Defence for revision of Disability Pension/Special
Family Pension/Liberalized Family Pension /War Injury Pension etc. in respect of pre-
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1996 Armed Forces pensioners vide letter No. PC 1(2)/97/D(Pen-C), dated 16.5.2001.
In accordance with the provisions contained in the letter dated 16.5.2001, while for the
widows who were in receipt of Liberalized Family Pension (LFP), irrespective of the date
of award, the consolidated pension shall be not less than the reckonable emoluments
calculated on the minimum pay in the revised scale of pay introduced w.ef 1.1.96 of the
rank, rank and group(in the case of PBORs) held by the deceased personnel at the time
of death, for the special family pensioners, the consolidated pension, shall not be less
than 60% of the minimum pay in the revised scale of pay introduced w.e.f. 1.1.96 of the
rank, rank and group (in the case of PBORs) held by the deceased personnel at the
time of death, subject to a minimum of Rs. 2550/- p.m. The rates of Disability Pension,
War Injury Pension (except invalidment cases), Constant Attendant Allowance as
applicable to post 96 pensioners have also been extended to pre 96 pensioners in
receipt of Disability Pension, War Injury Pension, Constant Attendant Allowance etc.
w.ef 1.1.96.
9.
Grant of ex-gratia to reservists. On the recommendations of 5th CPC, Government
order has been issued on 29.12.2000 for grant of ex-gratia to reservists. As per the Govt.
letter ex-gratia of Rs. 600/- per month plus dearness relief applicable from time to time has
been granted to the reservists who were discharged prior to 1.4.1968 and fulfilling other laid
down conditions. The ex-gratia will be payable w.e.f. 1.11.97.
10.
Double Family Pension. With effect from 27th July, 2001 family pension admissible
under the employees Pension Scheme 1995 and the Family Pension Scheme 1971 has been
allowed in addition to the family pension to the Armed Forces personnel under the relevant
Pension Regulations.
11.
Dearness Relief to Ex-servicemen on Re-employment. Payable on full pension
including commuted portion if any as per the rates notified by the Govt from time to time. The
details of various categories are given as under:(a)
PSU Absorbees: - Dearness Relief is payable at par with other pensioners.
(b)
Re-employed pensioners: - (i) Payable w.e.f. 18.07.97 provided pay on reemployment is fixed at the minimum of the pay of the post in which re-employed and full
military pension was ignored for fixation of re-employed pay
and was not re-employed in group ‘A’ post. (ii) Re-employed Group A pensioners are
also not entitled to Dearness Relief.
(c)
12.
Family Pensioners: - Payable from 18.07.97 irrespective of employment.
Retirement Gratuity
(a)
Eligibility. Minimum qualifying service is 5 years for all.
(b)
Weightage in qualifying service.
5 years in voluntary
retirement cases.
5 years in all cases of Commissioned
officers & PBORs.
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(c)
Formula for Retirement Gratuity. Payable in lump-sum @ 1/4th of emoluments
for every six monthly period of service subject to maximum of 16.5 time of emoluments
and further subject to maximum ceiling of 10 lakhs.
IMPROVEMENT IN THE PENSION OF PERSONNEL BELOW OFFICER RANK (PBOR)
12.
Government of India, Ministry of Defence (Deptt of Ex-Servicemen Welfare) vide letter
No. 14(3)/2004-D (Pen/Sers) Vol.III dated 01 Feb 06 have conveyed that Group of Ministers
(GOM) was constituted by the Government in January 2005 to look into the issue of One Rank
One Pension. After detailed deliberations on the various aspects, GOM felt that the demand
for ‘One Rank One Pension’ cannot be agreed to, there is a justification for improving the
pensionary benefits of the PBOR, particularly the three lowest ranks.
13.
Finally, GOM unanimously recommended that the pension of pre-1.1.1996 retiree
PBOR may be revised with reference to the maximum of post-1.1.1996 pay scales. In
addition, the weightage of Sepoy, Naik and Havildar ranks for past as well as future retirees be
increased to 10, 8 and 6 years respectively subject to a maximum qualifying service of 30
years. The benefit would be given only in respect of service pension. These orders are
effective from 1.1.2006. No arrears are to be given. The following have been added to
previous pension orders :(a)
With effect from 1.1.2006, the weightage for the purpose of calculations of
Pension for past as well as future retirees PBOR of Sepoy, Naik and Havildar ranks and
their equivalent ranks in the Navy and Air Force, will be given weightage of 10 years, 8
years and 6 years respectively, subject to maximum qualifying service of 30 years.
However, in case a person is already getting more than 30 years qualifying service with
the existing weightage of 5 years, he would continue getting that and there will be no
enhancement of weigtage in his case. The pension of past retirees would be
recalculated accordingly.
(b)
With effect from 1.1.2006, pension of pre-1.1.1996 retirees in all ranks of PBOR in
Army, Navy and Air Force for 33 years of qualifying service shall not be less than 50% of the
maximum pay in the revised scales of pay introduced with effect from 1.1.1996 including 50%
of highest classification allowance, if any, of the rank and group held continuously for 10
months preceding retirement subject to a minimum pension of Rs. 1913/- per month. Such
pension shall be reduced pro-rata where the pensioner has less than the maximum qualifying
service for full pension that is 33 years.
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Appendix "M"
Supply of Motorised Tricycles to Ex-servicemen Paraplegics
Kendriya Sainik Board provides motorised tricycles to disabled ex-servicemen. The
following guidelines for submission of application and delivery of the motorised tricycle are
issued:(i) The application from the individual should be duly recommended by the Secretary
of the concerned Rajya / Zila Welfare Officers.
(ii) A certificate from the nearest Military Hospital to the effect that the applicant can
move effectively only with the help of motorised tricycles should be enclosed with the
application.
(iii) Application found complete in all respects, Kendriya Sainik Board will provide
motorised tricycle fabricated by 515 Army base Workshop through respective
RSB/ZSB
Grant for treatment of ex-servicemen and their dependents suffering from serious
diseases
Kendriya Sainik Board provides financial assistance in respect of following
diseases on the basis of expenditure in General Wards of Govt Hospitals or other Hospitals:(i)
By-Pass Surgery (including preliminary tests like 60%
of
total
angiography)
expenditure
(ii)
Open Heart Surgery
(iii)
Angiography
(iv)
Pace Maker implant
(v)
Kidney / Rental Transplantation
(vi)
Cancer / Spastic Paraplegic
(vii)
Coronary Aftery Surgery
(viii)
Dialysis
75000/For claiming the financial assistance the individual may apply to the Secretary, Kendriya Sainik
Board through his Rajya Sainik Board with the following information's / documents :(i)
Original cash receipt in support of medicines purchased for the treatment / operation
duly countersigned by the Hospital authorities.
(ii)
Photocopy of Hospital's Discharge Slip / Prescription Slip.
(iii)
Whether the case was referred by Military Hospital? If so, a copy of the letter
referring the case to Civil Hospital.
Details of financial assistance received from other sources, if any.
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Appendix "N"
TYPES OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROVIDED BY THE
KSB THROUGH AFFDF/RMDF/DMACP
Financial Assistance From Armed Forces Flag Day Fund
Health Care: For serious ailments financial assistance of up to 90% for PBOR and 75%
for officers is still being provided by KSB. Rs.75000/- per year was provided for dialysis and
cancer. Ex-servicemen and families could take treatment for serious disease at empanelled
leading civil hospitals. The ECHS will cater for the Health Care of defence pensioners who as
per estimates are 60% of the ex-servicemen and widows registered with the ZSWO/ZSBs.
The remainder non-pensioner ex-servicemen and families, World War II veterans will continue
to be provided financial support for medical treatment by KSB through AFFD Fund. Details are
as follows: (a) All ex-servicemen suffering from serious diseases are being given financial
assistance for treatment in civil hospitals in case they cannot be treated in Military
Hospitals and have not availed similar assistance from any other source. The serious
diseases for treatment of which financial assistance is provided are: (i) Bypass surgery, angiography,
angioplasty, open heart surgery,
valve replacement, pace maker
implant, kidney/renal transplant.
90% and 75% of the authorised expenditure in case of
JCOs/OR and Officers
Respectively upto Rs.125000/-
(ii) Stroke, arterial surgery,
prostate surgery and total
joint replacement.
-do-
(iii) Cancer/spastic paraplegic, dialysis
Maximum of Rs.75, 000
per year in civil hospitals
the praclic has been stopped
due to ECHS.
(ii)
The financial help from KSB would be limited to the non pension holders
for the following serious diseases:(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
Brain Tumor
Spinal injury
Electrophysiology Studies (EPS) towards Heart Treatment
Radio frequency Ablation (RFA) towards Heart Treatment
Road or other accidents requiring emergency treatment for life
saving.
Renal Arteries/Angiography/Angioplasty with Stenting
Neural Surgery
Non-curable diseases
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Notes
(i) Those ex-servicemen who have been members of AGI/AFGI Medical Benefit
Scheme and have already availed financial benefits from them are considered for
financial assistance from KSB if they go in for subsequent treatment of serious disease
and are not eligible for availing AGI/AFGI benefits for any further financial assistance.
(ii) As and when ECHS facilities are in position, all ex-servicemen and widows eligible to
join ECHS will not be entitled to finance from AFFD Fund. Non-pensioner exservicemen continue to receive financial assistance from AFFD Fund as hitherto fore.
All pensioner ex-servicemen and family pensioners are therefore, advised to join
ECHS.
Disabilities. There are quite a few ESM who become disabled during action or due to
accidents and other causes and are invalided out from service. These ESM are provided
special medical care and trained to become self-reliant. The care and rehabilitation is
undertaken in specialized institutions supported financially by KSB. These are:(a)
Queen Mary’s Technical Institute, Pune
(i) The Queen Mary’s Technical Institute (QMTI) for disabled soldiers, Range
Hills, Pune was established in 1917. It is a private Charitable Institution. It
conducts ITI recognized vocational trades training courses for disabled
servicemen, ex-servicemen and their dependents. The Institute received the
recognition from the National Council for Training, Ministry of Labour,
Government of India, in 1971.
(ii) Prior to 1996, the Institute imparted training in low technology trades such as
dyeing and printing. In 1996, some new courses were added to provide a wider
scope for training and placement. Presently, the Insitution
conducts courses in handloom weaving and leather goods marketing, fitter,
electrician, mechanic diesel, mechanic radio, TV repair, stenography, etc.
(b)
Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centres (PRC) at Kirkee and Mohali
(i) Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centres at Kirkee and Mohali with a capacity of 80
and 30 beds respectively are being run for rehabilitation of Paraplegic and
Tetraplegic ex-servicemen. The institutes are autonomous in their functioning
and all decisions regarding pay and allowances of the staff, management of the
establishment and expenditure on inmates are taken by Board of
Trustees/Managing Committee.
(ii) A lump sum annual grant of Rs 9,60,750/-for PPH Kirkee and Rs 4,34,375/for PPH Mohali is being granted for upkeep of the establishment by KSB and
also provides 14,600/- p.a per inmates (No of actual inmates housed during the
quarter).
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(c)
St Dunstan’s After Care Organisation. St Dunstan’s Organisation was formed
to provide psychological support to overcome the devastating shock of blindness as well
as to impart vocational training to the blinded ex-servicemen, to enable them to find a
place in the society and to set them up in their homes and also after care services. The
administration is looked after by the After Care Organisation under the overall control of
the Sub Committee at Dehradun. Sub Area Commander, Dehradun is its Chairman.
Presently Rs 12 lac is provided as annual budget from KSB.
(a)
Cheshire Homes.
Cheshire Homes look after leprosy patients, mentally
handicapped patients, and chronic spastic/paraplegic and TB patients. KSB is providing
grants to Cheshire Homes/Raphael Ryder International Centre as follows: (i) Cheshire Home, Delhi
Rs 4,000/- p.a. per inmate
(ii) Raphael Ryder International Rs 9,000/- p.a. per inmate
Cheshire Home, Dehradun
(iii) Cheshire Home, Lucknow
Rs 6,000/- p.a. per inmate
(iv) Cheshire Home, Thiruvananthapuram
Rs 4,140/- p.a. per inmate
(v) Cheshire Home, Vellore
Rs 3,000/- p.a. per inmate
(e)
Indian Red Cross Society. KSB pays to Indian Red Cross Society for welfare
Services provided by the Society to sick and wounded servicemen/ ex-servicemen
in the Armed Forces Hospitals. An annual grant of Rs 6.5 lakh is given to the Society.
Supply of Motorised Tricycles to ESM Paraplegics. KSB gives financial assistance
to disabled ex-servicemen for expenditure incurred on transportation charges of Motorised
Tricycle issued from 515 Army Base Workshop.
Tool Kit for ex-servicemen Technicians. Out of Armed Forces Flag Day Fund, tool
kits are provided, amount not exceeding Rs.2,000/-.
Reimbursement of Interest by way of subsidy on loan taken from Bank for construction
of House to war bereaved, war disabled and attributable peacetime casualties and their
dependents. There is a scheme for re-imbursement of interest as subsidy on loan taken from
Banks by war bereaved, war disabled, attributable peace time casualties and their dependents
for construction of houses.
Purchase of medicines for Gorkha Ex-servicemen in Nepal. An annual grant of
Rs,1,00,000/- is being provided to the Indian Defence Attache in Nepal for local purchase of
medicines for the Gorkha ESMs/dependents of Indian Armed Forces who have settled in
Nepal.
Duty free import of Therapeutic gadgets for paraplegic ex-servicemen patients.
(a) Under Custom Notification No.208/81-Cus dated 22 Sep 1981, items required by the
disabled and other categories of physically handicapped are permitted to be imported
duty-free by any person. A perusal of the notification shows that it specifically covers
the following items:-
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“Instruments and implants including self curing acrylic Bone Cement for
replacement and bonding of hips, knee and other joints for severely crippled and
handicapped”.
(b) The following items required by spinal patients and other categories of physically
handicapped people are covered: (i) Wheel & other chairs: (aa) Folding wheel chairs with detachable arms and foot rests.
(ab) Special light wheel chairs for easy handling.
(ac) Motorised wheel chairs.
(ad) Special purpose chairs for stairs climbing for tetraplegic and
paraplegic workers.
(ii) Aids for disabled namely, folding walking frames.
(iii) Aids to extend reach to pick up small items (with small magnet pick up).
(iv) Specialised fixtures for orthopaedic and spastic tetraplegic for manoeuvring
and providing dexterity to fingers and wrist.
(v) Turning beds for prevention of pressure sores.
(vi) Emulsion cushions for tetraplegic and paraplegics to avoid pressure sores.
(c) Further, under the same notification any other drug, medicine or equipment which is
certified by the DGHS/DDGHS/ADGHS to be a life-saving drug, medicine, equipment,
etc., can also be imported duty-free by any person.
(d) Similarly, under notification No.63/88-Cus and 64/88-Cus dated 01 Jan 88,
Government hospitals and certain categories of charitable hospitals are permitted to
import their requirements duty-free.
Grant to Training-cum-Productions Centres in Military Hospitals and other places.
Annual grants are given to hospitals and other places for rehabilitation and training of exservicemen.
Grant for construction/repair of Houses.
50 per cent of the grant, paid to war
widows, war disabled by the State Govts for construction/repair of houses is reimbursed by the
KSB subject to a maximum of Rs.10,000/-(KSB letter No.105-SB(7)/EC/91/ KSB/D dated 16
Nov 92.
KSB gives a grant
Grant for marriage of daughters of war widow/war disabled.
of Rs.8,000/- for the marriage of daughters of a war widow or war disabled ex-servicemen
whose disability is more than 50 per cent.
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Miscellaneous Financial Assistance from KSB.
All India Gorkha Ex-servicemen Welfare Organisation, Dehradun. The All India
Gorkha Ex-servicemen Welfare Association (AIGEWA) was established in 1915 by the British
to collect funds for the rehabilitation of soldiers who were to be
demobilized after the end of
the war. The Fund of AIGEWA was amalgamated with Armed Forces Flag Day Fund on 13 Apr
1993. Presently, the said Association is being provided an annual grant of Rs. 5 lakh per year
from Armed Forces Flag Day Fund.
War Memorial Hostels. The War Memorial Hostels were constructed with a view to
provide shelter to the children of War widows, war-disabled, attributable cases. Location of
War Memorial Hostels in States/UTs is detailed at Appendix 'D’. Each Regt. Centre has
provided non-recurring grant for construction and furnishing of WMH. Recurring grants are
provided to the WMH for wards of Defence personnel @ Rs.900/- p.m. and Rs.450/- p.m. for
attributable and non-attributable cases respectively. Admission to WMH is open to the wards of
all Defence personnel including those of Navy and Air Force in the following priority.
(a)
(b)
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(b)
Wards of War Widows
Wards of War Disabled
@ Rs. 900/Wards of attributable cases
Wards of non attributable cases (death in service due to harmers) @ Rs.450/-
Sharing cost of construction of Sainik Rest Houses. The basic aim of constructing a
Sainik Rest House is to provide suitable & cheap accommodation to the ex-servicemen during
their short visit to the State Capital/Distt HQs for settlement of their pension cases and other
matter like availing the facilities of CSD Canteens, hospital etc. KSB shares with the State
Govts 50% of the cost of construction of Sainik Rest Houses. State governemnet also learn the
maintenance cost, at present there are 243 Sainik Rest Houses in the country. Location of
these is given at
Appx ‘F’.
Expenditure in installing FAX machines in RSBs. KSB provide funds to the tune of
50% for the cost of a Fax Machine, for each States Department of Sainik Welfare, provided the
respective State Govt also share 50% of the cost.
Expenditure in installing computers/printers in RSBs. KSB provide funds to the
tune of 50% for the cost of a personal Computer and Printer for each Department of Sainik
Welfare provided the respective State Govt also share 50% of the cost.
Financial Assistance from Raksha Mantri’s Discretionary Fund (RMDF). A portion
of the AFFD Fund is budgetted towards RMDF to provide financial support to the needy and
poor ESM in penury and widows for various purposes as follows:
(a)
(b)
(c)
Marriage Grant
House Repair Grant
Education Grant
(d)
(e)
Medical Grant
Monthly Grant
Rs.8000/- (for upto two daughters)
Rs.10, 000/Rs.100/- p.m. per child (for three
children upto XII standard)
Rs.15, 000/- (max- non pensioner only)
Rs.1, 000/- p.m. (for two years)
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(f)
For any other purpose at the
discretion of Hon’ble Raksha Mantri
Rs.15, 000/-
Note: The cases for assistance from RMDF are submitted by concerned RSB/ZSB to KSB
after verification.
Defence Minister’s Appellate Committee On Pensions (DMACP). Cases where
family pension claims have been rejected or where disability is neither attributable nor
aggravated by military service are given the following types of grants by the DMACP: (a) Educational allowance Rs 25/-p.m. upto three children of ex-servicemen who
were enrolled prior to 01 Jan 85. For personnel enrolled on or after 01 Jan 85, the
grant is admissible to only two children. The maximum amount of educational grant is,
however, restricted to Rs. 3,000/-.
(b) A lump-sum grant upto Rs. 2,000/- to aged parents of the deceased exservicemen.
(c)
Cost of sewing machine to the wife of deceased/ disabled ex-servicemen.
(d) A one time grant of Rs-1, 000/- for daughter's marriage.
Appeals for financial assistance on rejection of pension claims should be made to the
Defence Minister's Appellate Committee on pension within six months of rejection of the claim.
The appeals are considered by the Committee based on merits of each case and the financial
assistance granted which is, subsequently, paid by the Kendriya Sainik Board through the
concerned Rajya/Zila Sainik Board.
NOTE –Details of the above schemes are held in the Kendriya Sainik Board.
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Appendix "O"
PRIME MINISTER’S MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME
1.
Introduction.
1.1
To encourage higher technical and professional education for the wards of widows and
ex-servicemen of Armed Forces, it has been decided to introduce a new scholarship
scheme known as the Prime Minister’s Scholarship Scheme from the Academic year
2006-07.
2.
Eligibility
1.1
Persons eligible for the scholarship
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Wards of ex-servicemen and their widows (below officer rank)
Wards of widows of ex-servicemen died in harness due to causes attributed to
military service.
Widows of ex-servicemen died in harness
The scheme is open only for widows and unmarried wards of ESM/
widows. However, marriage/re-marriage at a subsequent date would
not disqualify the awardee
.
1.2
Courses eligible for the Scholarship
First professional degree programme in engineering, medicine, dental, veterinary, MBA,
MCA, Pharma, Nursing etc. duly recognised by the respective government regulatory
bodies, such as All India Council for Technical Education, Medical Council of India etc.
The scheme is open for courses mentioned above in recognised institutions irrespective
of its location in the country vis-à-vis the residence/domicile of the wards of the
ESM/widows.
1.3
Academic Requirement
At least 60% marks at the 10+2 level for the initial sanction. For renewal in subsequent
years, 50% marks each year.
3.
Duration Of The Scholalrship
Two to five years as approved by the concerned regulatory body for that programme.
4.
Amount Of Scholarship
The amount of scholarship would be as follows:
(i)
(ii)
Rs.1250/- per month for boys. (Paid Annually)
Rs. 1500/- per month for girls. (Paid Annually)
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The payment of scholarship will be granted after the successful completion of each
academic year, as per the percentages mentioned in the academic requirement.
Note: The amount of scholarship including any other scholarship or financial assistance
from any other source will not exceed the total amount of scholarship available under
this scheme.
5.
Renewal Of Scholarship
Once the scholarship is awarded, the candidate is required to apply for renewal of scholarship
for the subsequent year in the prescribed proforma, (attached with brochure) alongwith a
certificate from the College/Institute indicating that the candidate continues to study in the
subject course and State of Marks indicating the percentage.
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Appendix "P"
ARMED FORCES FLAG DAY FUND
1.
Kendriya Sainik Board administratively controls the Welfare Funds for the welfare and
rehabilitation of ex-servicemen, war widows/disabled and their dependents. With the issue of
Govt of India, Ministry of Defence Notification No. SRO-7E dated 13 Apr 93, the following
funds have been amalgamated into one fund named as "Armed Forces Flag Day Fund":(a) Amalgamated Special Fund for war bereaved, war disabled and other exservicemen/serving personnel,
(b) Flag Day Fund,
(c) St.Dunstan's (India) and Kendriya Sainik Board Fund, and;
(d) Indian Gorkha Ex-servicemen's Welfare Fund.
2.
The management and administration of the Armed Forces Flag Day Fund rests with the
Managing Committee with Hon’ble Raksha Mantri as its Chairman.
Flag Day and it's Significance
3.
The Flag Day is commemorated on 07 Dec every year. The Day is intended to honour
the valiant and dead, to salute the veterans and brave and to enhance the traditional bonds
that exist between citizens of the country and the Armed Forces.
4.
The Day is named as Armed Forces Flag Day as decided by the Defence Committee of
Cabinet in Jul 1948. The Day has now become an old and honoured annual feature of our
national life. It is on this day the services rendered by personnel of Army, Navy and Air Force
are remembered.
5.
We observe this day to enlist the public co-operation and support for three basic
purposes - rehabilitation of families of battle casualties, welfare of serving personnel and their
families and resettlement and welfare of ex-servicemen and their families, in general.
6.
On this Day citizens and volunteer organisation collect donations in exchange of token
flags and car stickers throughout the country. Token flags and car flags in red, navy blue and
light blue colours representing the three Services are distributed to the public through Rajya,
Zila Sainik Boards and the National Cadet Corps throughout the country by the Kendriya
Sainik Board in return for donations.
7.
A concerted effort is made on this Day to raise collection from the public. The
significance of the Day is brought home to the potential donors in a variety of ways. The Flag
Day messages are displayed through media to step up collections. At some places, Armed
Forces Formations and Units also arrange variety of shows, carnivals, dramas and other
entertainment programme.
8.
Collections made on 7th December are pooled into one fund known as Armed Forces
Flag Day Fund and Amalgamated Special Fund at the Centre and States respectively. The
Fund is operated by a Managing Committee presided over by the Hon’ble Raksha Mantri at the
Centre and by the Governor/Lt Governor of States/UTs. The Committee lays down the general
policy and decides about the allocation of funds for various measures connected with the
welfare of ex-servicemen and their families. These funds are properly managed, audited and
accounted for. Donations are exempt from Income Tax in the hands of the donar.
9.
It is pertinent to mention that the Centre is given only a very small share of the Flag Day
Fund collections made by each State/UT. The Centre's share is only one paisa per individual
of the population of each State/UT. This is forwarded by RSB to KSB on 1 Jan each year.
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Appendix "Q"
WELFARE SCHEMES/CONCESSIONS FROM SERVICE HQs
TO SERVICE PERSONNEL/ESM, WIDOWS AND DEPENDENTS
ARMY HEADQUARTERS
1.
Benefits to Ex-Servicemen (Superannuated /Boarded Out)
Description
Amount
Entitled
Processed by
(a)
Service Pension
As per rules
(b)
Commutation of Pension
45% of Basic Pension
(c)
Retirement Gratuity
Length of service
(d)
Final Settlement of Accouns
(e)
AFPP/DSOP Fund
As per contribution PAO/CDA (O)
(f)
Leave Encashment
As applicable
(g)
Army Group Insurance
Maturity
As per contribution AGI Dte
(h)
Extended Insurance upto age of 75 years
(j)
Medical care under Ex-servicemen Contributory
CDA (P), Allahabad
CDA (P), Allahabad
CDA (P), Allahabad
PAO/CDA (O).
PAO/CDA (O)
Health Scheme (ECHS) for life to soldier,
AGI Dte
Stn HQ
Spouse, dependent parents and un-employed
children upto the age of 25 years.
In addition to
2.
Benefits : Disabled Soldiers Invalided/Boarded Out of Service.
benefits mentioned at Para 1 above, following benefits are applicable for disabled soldiers
invalided/boarded out of service:
Description
(a).
Amount
Entitled
Processed by
Ex-Gratia
(i) National Defence Fund for OP Vijay (Kargil) only)
(aa)
More than 75%
disability
-Rs 6.00 lacs
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(ab)
(ac)
More than 50% upto
75% disability
Less or upto 50%
disability
-Rs 4.50 lacs
AG’s Br R&Wec)
-Rs 3.00 lacs
(Auth : Army HQ letter No B/46981/NDF/AG/CW-7 dt 03 Sep 99)
(ii) Disabled soldiers (BC)of all
One time grant of AG’s Br
operations wef 01 May 99
Rs 1.00 lac
R&W
“Excluding OP VIJAY (K)”
Sec)
invalided/boarded out/
prematurely released from
service in low med category
(Auth : Army HQ letter No B/46897/AG/ACWF(K) dt 27 Oct 99)
(b)
Service Pension with
Disability Element
Depending on
percentage of
disability
CDA (P)
Allahabad
(c)
Army Group Insurance
(AGI)
Depends upon disability percentage but
not less than
20 percent.
AGI Dte
(d)
AGI Maturity
As per contribution
AGI Dte
(e)
Education Scholarship
Re-imbursement of
tuition fee, hostel charges,
transport charges, books
upto Rs 250/-, cost of
uniform and clothing upto
Rs 250/-.
AG/CW-3
(Auth : Govt of India, Min of Def letter No 9(i)703/Edn Concession/D
(Res) dated 06 Aug 2003)
3. Benefits NOKs : Battle Casualties (Fatal).
In addition to benefits as enumerated
above following benefits are applicable to NOKs of Battle Casualties (fatal): Description
Amount
Processed by
Entitled
(a)
Ex-Gratia (Central)
Officers
(i)
15 Aug 47 to 19 Aug 93 * Nil
(ii)
20 Aug 93 to 30 Apr 95 *
PBOR
Nil
Rs 1.00 lac
90
Rs 1.00 Lac
CDA(P)
Allahabad
(iii)
01 May 95 to 31 Jul 97 *
Rs 2.00 lacs
Rs 2.00 lacs
(iv) 01 Aug 97 to onwards *
Rs 7.50 lacs Rs 7.50 lacs
(All Operations other than
(Death due to Enemy/ANE action)
OP VIJAY(Kargil)
Rs 5.00 lacs Rs 5.00 lacs
(Death attributed to Mil Service)
--do-(v) 01 May 99 – 31 Oct 99
Rs 10.00 lacs Rs 10.00 lacs
(OP VIJAY (Kargil) only)
(Auth : Govt of India letter No 20(1)/98/D(Pay-Services) dt 15 Oct 1999)
(vi)
National Defence Fund Rs 5.00 lacs (Dwelling Unit)
(OP VIJAY (Kargil) only)Rs 2.00 lacs (Parent Assistance)
AG’s Br
Rs 2.00 lacs (Children Education (R & W) sec
Assistance)
*All BC’s from 15 Aug 47 upto 30 Apr 99 have been given Rs 1.00 lac
from NDF(BC) /ACWF.
(Auth : Army HQ SOP letter No B/46981/NDF/AG/CW-7 dt 03 Sep 1999)
(b) Death Gratuity
Length of service
CDA (P), Allahabad
(c) Liberalised Family Pension
Last pay drawn
CDA (P), Allahabad
(d) Army Group Insurance
(AGI)
Rs 10.00 lacs for Offrs
Rs 5.00 lacs for PBOR
(From 01 Sep 03)
(e) AWWA
Association
Rs 5000/-
Central AWWA
(Married soldiers
only)
(f)
Rs 50,000/-
AG’s Br (CW-8)
(Officers Only)
Army Offrs Benevolent
(g) Army Central Welfare Fund
Rs 30,000/-
AGI Dte
AG’s Br (R&W Sec)
(Auth – Army HQ letter No B/45401/AG/R&W dt 29 Mar 2001)
(h) Other Concessions: (i)
Govt married accommodation for 2 years at Govt rates which is
extendable to 3 years in exceptional cases (Auth – Govt of India, Ministry of
Defence letter No 13(40)/97/D (Q&C) dated 16 Aug 99).
(ii)
Reservation of seats in professional institutes.
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4.
(iii)
Housing 3% reservation by AWHO.
Benefits NOK : Physical Casualties
(a)
Terminal Benefits When Death is Attributable to Military Service.
In
addition the benefits as applicable to the ex-servicemen on normal discharge from
service shown at Para 3 above, the following benefits for ‘Physical Casualties’ when
death is attributable to Military Service are provided, are as under:(i)
Ex –gratia of Rs 5.00 lac by Central Govt only in event of death in field
areas (Auth
: Govt of India, Ministry of Defence letter No
20(I)/98/D(Pay/Services) dt 22 Sep 1998).
(ii)
Death cum retirement gratuity based on length of service.
(iii)
Special family pension (60% of last pay drawn by the deceased).
(iv) Ex-gratia grant of Rs 30,000/- to NOK of deceased soldiers from
ACWF(Auth – Army HQ letter No B/45401/AG/R&W dt 29 Mar 2001).
(v)
Govt married accommodation for 2 years which is extendable to 3 years in
exceptional cases.
(b)
Terminal Benefits when Death is Not Attributable to Military Service.
Benefits provided to Physical Casualties when death is not attributable to Military
Service are as under :(i)
(ix).
Benefits as mentioned at Para 3 (a) to (d), (f),(g) and Para 6(a) (ii), (iv) to
(ii)
Ordinary family pension as per rules.
Eligibility of Soldiers/NOK of Soldiers Boarded Out due to Injury Sustained between 15
Aug 1947 to 30 Apr 1999 for Grant Out of Army Central Welfare Fund (ACWF)
5.
Soldiers who were boarded out of service due to injury sustained during various military
operations between 15 Aug 1947 to 30 Apr 1999 are eligible for one time grant of Rs. One lakh
each from the Army Central Welfare Fund. In case the soldier is not alive, the grant will be
paid to the nominated NOK of the deceased disabled soldier. The grant will not be payable to
other legal heirs/family members.
Payment of One Time Grant Out of ACWF to Disabled Soldiers Invalided/Boarded Out of
Service in Low Medical Category without Completing their Terms of Engagement due to
Injuries Sustained in Military Operations w.e.f. 01 May 1999
6.
The disabled soldiers (Battle Casualties) who were either boarded/invalided out of
service in low medical category without completing their terms of engagement due to injuries
sustained in various military operations wef 01 May 1999 (other than OP VIJAY KARGIL) will
be eligible for a one time grant of Rs. One lakh out of ACWF.
Those soldiers
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boarded/invalided out who have already received a grant of ACWF based on their disability
percentage will receive a grant equal to the difference between Rs. One lakh and the grant
already paid to them.
7.
The disabled soldiers (Battle Casualties) who sustained injuries in various Military
Operations after 01 May 1999 and are retained in service will continue to get a grant out of
ACWF based on their disability percentage, as per the existing policy.
Ex-Gratia Compensation to the Soldiers Invalided Out of Service due to Battle Injury in
Op Vijay (Kargil)
8.
Ex-Gratia amount for the soldiers, who are invalided/boarded out of service due to battle
injury without completing terms and condition of service and not on own request, will be paid
following ex-gratia amount based on percentage of disability :Amount of Ex-Gratia
Percentage of Disability
(a)
(b)
(c)
50% or less
75% or less out but more than 50%
More than 75%
Rs. 3 lakhs
Rs. 4.5 Lakhs
Rs. 6 Lakhs
Payment of One Time Grant Out of ACWF to NOK of All Personnel who Die in Harness
after 01 Apr 2001
9.
NOK of all personnel who die in harness after 01 Apr 2001 will be paid a one time grant
of Rs.30000/- from ACWF.
Army Welfare Corpuses
10.
Under mentioned Corpuses have been opened by industrial houses to provide financial
assistance to war widows, disabled boarded out soldiers and their dependents. Various
corpuses which provide financial assistance such as education scholarship, mobility
equipment, self employment, daughter’s marriage and medical treatment are:(a)
Indian Express (Madurai) Limited.
(b)
Hindustan Lever Limited.
(c)
Confederation of Indian Industries.
(d)
National Dairy Development Board.
(e)
New Delhi Television Limited.
(f)
Gem & Jewellery National Relief Foundation.
(g)
Rotary Club of Delhi South Suburban.
(h)
India Development And Relief Fund.
(j)
Mahindra & Mahindra Limited.
(k)
Pepsico.
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(l)
The Times of India.
(m)
Coca- Cola.
(n)
Shri SK Bali Memorial Corpus.
(o)
FICCI Shradhanjali Jawan Trust.
(p)
Tata Group.
11.
Various Schemes – Corpuses. Details of various schemes for which financial
assistance is available are as under: 12.
Ser
Details of Corpus Fund Utilisation (Ex-Servicemen).
Scheme
Applicable to
Documents (attested copies only)
(a)
Education
Scholarshi
p
Children of Soldiers
who died in
harness from Class
I onwards
Mark sheet of last class passed,
Certificate from Principal where
currently studying. Receipt of tuition
fees deposited in original
(b)
Mobility
Eqpt
Disabled soldiers
Quotations & Medical Documents
(c)
Self
Employment
War Widows &
Boarded out War
Disabled soldiers
Project Report, Undertaking
Certificate for utilisation of fund within
one year.
(d)
Daughter’s Widows, Boarded
Marriage
out Disabled
Soldiers and Exservicemen
Date/Place of marriage, Certificate by
Gram Panchayat, Wedding Card &
family particulars
(e)
Medical
Treatment
Assistance from AGI/KSB. Medical
case sheet, Bills/estimate of Hospital.
No
Widows, Boarded
out Disabled
Soldiers and Exservicemen
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BC/PC
(In Rupees)
Details
Others
( In Rupees)
Remarks
MOB EQPT
 Artificial Limb
 Below Knee (each limb)
 Above Knee (each limb)
 Mod Auto Scooter
 Wheel Chair
MISC
 Self Training
 Self Employment
 Penury
 Marriage
 Medical Treatment
 Agro Based Ventures
50000
100000
50000
50000
50000
100000
50000
50000
20000
50000
20000
30000
30000
25000
20000
30000
30000
-
Only BC
Only BC
Only BC
13.
Education
Se
r
No
1
Details
PC (Rupees) per Servicemen (Rupees) Remarks
annum
per annum
Class I to V
5000
600
2
Class VI to XII
5000
3
4
Graduation
Post
Graduation
Professional
10000
15000
800/5000 From CocaCola for Class X to XII
1500
2600
5
SAO
2/S/2003
Tuition fee + 5000 10000
(Max 40000)
14.
ESM/Pensioners are presently not authorised treatment in MH as a right, they are only
entitled i.e. subject to availability of bed space, doctors and medicines. By joining the ECHS
scheme, they become authorised category. The only difference is that his/her initial out patient
handling/treatment will be by the ECHS polyclinic rather then the staff surgeon at MH. In case
the ESM requires further reference/treatment, it can be provided to him in the nearest MH or
can be referred to an empanelled civil hospital of the patient’s choice. ECHS treatment
philosophy is out patient treatment by polyclinics and in-patient treatment by MH (subject to
availability) and from empanelled hospital in the station.
Award of Educational Scholarship to children of Armed Forces personnel of Nepal
serving in the Armed Forces of India and killed/declared missing/permanently disabled
in action – studying in various educational institutes in Nepal
15.
Educational concession to the children of Armed Forces personnel killed/declared
missing/permanently disabled in 1962, 65, 71 wars, OP PAWAN, OP Meghdoot, all post
MEGHDOOT operations including Counter Insurgency Operations in both India and
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abroad was extended recently, and the same will also now be applicable to the children of
above category of personnel of Nepal serving in the Armed Forces of India. Children
studying in various educational institutes in Nepal, which are recognized by the Govt of Nepal
will be deemed as recognized by the Govt of India.
(Authority: Govt of India letter No.B/44601/Nepal/Edn Concession/D (Res) dt 26 Feb
2004)
Exemption from paying Toll Tax
16.
Members of regular Defence Forces, whether on or off duty are exempted from paying
toll tax. A complaint in this regard was filed before Punjab Human Rights Commission at
Chandigarh that under Indian Tolls (Army and Air Force) Act, 1901, serving Defence personnel
cannot be charged toll tax whether he is on duty or not. The complaint was referred to Ministry
of Law & Justice, which indicated that Indian Toll (Army and Air Force) Act, 1901 is a special
Act which overrides general Acts such as National Highways Acts, 1956 and all Govt as well
as private vehicles of the Officers, Soldiers and Airman of regular Defence Forces are
exempted from paying toll tax irrespective of whether they are on duty or not.
(Authority : Ministry of Road Transport & Highway letter No. NH-12037/278/2003/
PB/NIH-1 dated 12 Nov 2003)
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Appendix "S"
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS
DEPARTMENT OF TELECOM SERVAICES
415, Sanchar Bhawan, 20, Ashoka Road, New Delhi-110001
No.2-47/92 PHA
Dated: June 13, 2000
Subject: Priority telephone facility to Gallantry Award Winners, War Widows and Disabled
Soldiers.
This has reference to this office letter of even number dated 15.4.1997 vide which it was
decided to treat the Gallantry Award Winners of Defence Services, War Widows and Disabled
Soldiers at par with freedom fighters for the purpose of full concession in installation charges
and 50% concession in normal rental charges.
It has now been decided to exempt Gallantry Award Winners of Defence Services, War
Widows and Disabled Soldiers from payment of Registration Charges to treat them at par with
Freedom Fighters in addition to the aforesaid concessions.
This will take effect from the date of issue of circular. Other terms & condition shall
remain unchanged.
Sd/Amit Kaur Gill
Under Secretary [PHA]
All Chief General Managers
Telecom Circles/Telephone Districts
Chairman-cum-Managing Director, MTNL, New Delhi
Chief General Manager, MTNL, Mumbai/New Delhi
Copy to :
1.
PS to Hon’ble MOC/MOS [C]
2.
Sr.PPS to Chairman, TC/PPS to Secretary, DTS
3.
All Members/Advisers, TC.
4.
All Sr. DDsG/DDsG, DoT/DTS.
5.
The General Manager [systems]’ Noida, UP
6.
DPIO [Communications], Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi
7.
Director [CP&PR], DTS, Sanchar Bhawan, New Delhi
Ministry of Defence, Sena Bhawan, New Delhi
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Appendix "T"
No. 36012/58/92-Estt.(SCT)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P. G. and Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
New Delhi, the 1st Dec 1994
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject :- Reservations available for ex-Servicemen in Group D, C and specified categories of Group B
posts/services under the Central Government - Revised procedure for filling the vacancies.
The Government had been considering the method of effecting the available reservation for exservicemen in the light of judgement of the Supreme Court in Indira Sawhney case.
2. The Court has held that reservation for SC/ST/OBCs made under Article 16(4) of the Constitution
may be called vertical reservation and the reservation made under Article 16(1) of the Constitution like
the reservation for physically handicapped persons as horizontal reservation. Horizontal reservations
cut across vertical reservation (in what is called inter-locking reservation) and the person selected
against these reservations has to be placed in the appropriate category, that is to say, if he belongs to
SC category he will be placed in that quota by making necessary adjustment and similarly if he belongs
to open competition (OC) category he will be placed in that category by making necessary adjustment.
Even after proving for these horizontal reservations, the percentage of reservation in favour of
backward class of citizen should remain the same.
3. In the light of the above said observations of the Supreme Court, it has been decided that the
percentage of reservation for ex-Servicemen should remain the same as at present. An ex-Serviceman
selected under the reservation provided for them should be placed in the appropriate category viz.
SC/ST/OBC/General category depending upon the category which he belongs. For example, an exServiceman who is an SC will be counted against SC reservation point, an ex-Serviceman who is ST or
OBC will be counted against ST/OBC reservation point and the ex-Serviceman who belongs to General
category will be slotted in the General category vacancy point in the respective reservation roster.
4. All the Ministries/Departments are requested to bring the above instructions to the notice of all the
heads of the Department and appointing authorities under their control for necessary compliance.
Necessary amendment to the Ex-Servicemen {Re-employment in Central Civil Services and posts}
Rules, 1979 are being issued separately.
Sd/(BHAVANI THYAGARAJAN)
DIRECTOR (JCA)
Copy to:-1.
All Ministries/Departments of the Govt. of India.
2. Ministry of Finance (Banking Division), New Delhi.
3. Ministry of Finance (Insurance Div), New Delhi.
4. Department of Public Enterprises, New Delhi.
5. Ministry of Welfare, New Delhi.
6. For file No. 41017/9/90-Estt. (SCT)
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Appendix "U"
SCHEME FOR ALLOTMENT OF OIL PRODUCT AGENCIES
UNDER 8% DEFENCE CATEGORY
1. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas in their letter No.P.39012/1/1999-IOC dated 09 Oct 2000 have
reserved 8% of oil product agencies i.e. LPG and Petrol Pumps for the following categories of Defence
Personnel in the order of priority from I to V as under :Priority I Widows/dependants of Posthumous Gallantry award winners.
Priority II War widows/dependants
Priority III War disabled (Disability 50% and above)
Priority IV Widows/dependants of those who died in harness due to causes attributable to Military
Service.
Priority V Disabled in peace with disability 50% and above attributable to Military Service.
2. Eligibility
(a) Nationality Indian
(b) Age as on date of application Widows-Min 21 years and Max 60 years Dependent son/unmarried
daughter – Min 21 years & Max 30 years.
In case deceased unmarried: Parents- Max 60 years
Dependent brother/ Unmarried sister –Min 21 years and Max 30 years
(c) Educational Qualification Matriculation or recognized civil or Armed Forces equivalent
(d) Income (Applicable for Priority The gross income of the candidates should not exceed V only) Rs. 2
Lacs per annum
3. Application Forms : 8% Defence Quota agencies are advertised under Defence Category, by oil
companies in two newspapers, in one English Daily and one ‘Regional Vernacular Daily’ having
maximum circulation in the Districts in which the dealership/distributorship is to be located. After
publication in the newspapers, application forms can be obtained in person or by making a written
request through registered post, from the Divisional/Regional/ Area Office of the concerned oil company
on payment of an application fee of Rs.1000/-4.
Eligibility certificate:- After advertisement in the newspaper, the applicant is to approach the Dte Gen
Resettlement, R K Puram for issue of eligibility certificate with the following documents as applicable:(a) Death certificate of deceased Defence person issued by Service Hospital/HQs.
(b) Proof of death attributable to the military service/duty.
(c) Proof of Gallantry Award, if any.
(d) Proof of disability being attributable to military service/duty. CDA (P) letter mentioning about
disability pension
(e) Pension order (CDA(P) letter)
(f) Discharge book/Retirement order.
(g) Matriculation Certificate of the applicant/Proof of date of birth of the applicant .
(h) Newspaper clipping of the Advertisement.
(j) Copy of Identity card issued by Zila Sainik Board/Rajya Sainik Board.
(k) Affidavit in original, on Rs.2/- stamp paper duly notarised, stating that the individual is unemployed
or if employed, will resign from the job on selection for the agency, his/her annual income does not
exceed Rs. 2 lacs and has not re-married (in case of widow) and not married (in case of
daughter/sister)
(m) Relinquishment Deed in case of dependent, from widow and other dependants.
5. Selection: Application form and eligibility certificate to be submitted to the concerned Regional office
of the Oil company before due date. Dealer Selection Board appointed by the Ministry of Petroleum and
Natural Gas will select the individual for dealership/distributorship of the oil company. Applicant issued
with the eligibility certificate will only be interview.
6. Letter of Intent : It will be issued by the concerned Oil Company based on the selection made by
the Dealer Selection Board.
7. Attestation of Documents : In case an applicant applies for the eligibility certificate by post, the
photocopies of the documents submitted need to be attested by Zila or Rajya Sainik Board.
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Appendix "V"
ASSISTANCE FROM RAKSHA MANTRI FUND
(i)
Financial Assistance From R M. D. Fund
(a)
Assistance to old and infirm Ex- Rs. 1000/- p.m. for two years
servicemen / widows of exservicemen.
(b)
Marriage of daughter
Rs. 8000/(c)
Repair of house
Rs. 10,000/(d)
Educational of children
Rs. 100/- p.m. per child for maximum of
three children up to XII standard.
(e)
Medical Treatment
Depending on the nature and gravity of
ailment, subject to a maximum of Rs.
15,000/(f)
Other Cases
To be decided on merits and financial
assistance provided after due verification
subject to the condition that no single
transaction exceeds Rs.15,000/(ii)
Financial Assistance provided out of Armed Forces Flag Day Fund:- The Kendriya
Sainik Board provided financial assistance for the following items:(a)
MARRIAGE GRANT:- a TOKEN GIFT OF Rs. 8,000/- for marriage of daughter of a
war bereaved or war disabled servicemen whose disability is more than 50 %.
(b)
TOOL KITS ;- Rs.2000/- is provided for the purchase of tool kits to war bereaved
families, disabled servicemen, ex-servicemen and their dependent on fulfillment of
he following conditions:(i)
The individual holds the qualifications to utilize the tool kits
(ii)
The individual has the appropriate infrastructure to set up for himself the
proposed trade.
(c)
CONSTRUCTION / REPAIR OF HOUSES :-Kendriya Sainik Board shares 50% of
the expenditure on the construction / repair of houses of war bereaved / war
disabled personnel paid by State Govt subject to a maximum of Rs.10,000/(d)
GRANT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SAINIK REST HOUSES / OLD HOMES WAR
WIDOWS HOSTELS:- Kendriya Sainik Board provides 50% cost of construction of
these Homes /Rest Houses /Old Age Homes / War Widows Hostels.
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Appendix "W"
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
(Department of Revenue)
Central Board of Direct Taxes
NOTIFICATION
New Delhi, the 24th November, 2000
INCOME – TAX
S.O. 1048(E).- In exercise of the Powers conferred by sub-clause (i) of clause (18) of Section
10 of the Income –tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961), the Central Government, hereby specifies the
gallantry awards for the purposes of the said section, mentioned in column 2 of the able below
awarded in the circumstances as mentioned in corresponding column 3 thereof :[Hkkx& [k.M 3 ¼kk½]
Hkkjr dk jkti= % vHkk/kkj.k
Sl.No.
Name of gallantry award
Circumstances for eligibility
(1)
(2)
(3)
1.
Ashok Chakra
When awarded for gallantry
2.
Kirti chakra
-do3.
Shaurya charka
-do4.
Sarvottam Jeevan Raksha
When awarded for bravery dosplayed in life
Padak
saving acts.
5.
Uttam Jeevan Raksha Medal
-do6.
Jeevan Raksha Padak
-do7.
President’s Police Medal for
When awarded for acts of exceptional
Gallatry
courage displayed by members of police
forces, Central police or security forces and
certified to this effect by the head of the
department concerned.
8.
Police Medal for Gallantry
-do9.
Sena Medal
When awarded for acts of courage or
conspicuous gallantry and supported by
certificate issued to this effect by relevant
service headquarters.
10
Nao Sena Medal
-do11
Vayu Sena Medal
-do-.
12
Fire Services Medal for
When awarded for acts of courage or
Gallantry
Conspicuous gallantry and supported by
certificate issued to this effect by the last
Head of Department
13
President’s Police and Fire
-doServices Medal for Gallantry
14
President’s Fire Services
-doMedal for Gallantry
15
President’s home Guards
-doand Civil Defence Medal for
Gallantry
16
Home Guards and Civil
-doDefence Medal for Gallantry
[ Notification No.11561/F.No.142/29/99-TPL]
T.K.SHAH,
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Director
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Appendix "X"
COMPLEMENTARY CARD PASSED TO RECIPIENTS GALLANTRY AWARDS
AND WIDOWS OF WINNERS OF GALLANTRY AWARDS
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
Ministry of Railways
(Railway Board)
RBE No. 18/96
No.E(W) 96 PS 5-6/22
New Delhi, dated 23-2-1996
The General Managers
All Indian Railways
Sub: Issue of First Class/II AC Sleeper Complimentary Card
Passes to recipients of Gallantry Awards and Widows of
Winners of Gallantry Awards.
The Ministry of Railways have decided to issue I Class AC 2 tier complimnentary card
passes to recipients of Gallantry Awards like Param Vir Chakra, Mahavir Chakra, Vir Chakra
and to the widows of posthumous Gallantry Award Winners, along with a companion. The pass
will be available for travel from any Railway station to any Railway Station on the Indian
Railways, except on Metro Railway, Calcutta. The pass will not be avail by Rajdhani &
Shatabadi Expresses. The pass will be issued value for one year from the date of issue.
2.
The passes will be issued by the office of the Divisional Railway Manager and
Headquarters office of he Railways on receipt of an application, on plain paper, from the
recipients he Gallantry award or the widow of posthumous winner of Gallantry Award, giving
the following details:
Name of the recipients of Gallantry Award ( in Block letter)
Residential Address
Attested photo copy of citation of the Gallantry Award.
In the case of widows of posthumous winners of Gallantry Awards, attested copy of
pension payment order should also be enclosed along with photo identity card, issued by Local
Office of Ministry of Defence.
Two copies of recent passport size photographs of the recipient of the such awards or
the widow of the posthumous awardee as the case may be, attested by a Gazetted Officer
should be enclosed with the application.
3.
Suitable instructions may kindly be issued in this regard to all concerned.
4
.Suitable and adequate publicity may be given regarding the issue of he Complimentary
Card passes to he recipients of Gallantry Awards.
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Appendix "Y"
IMPLEMENTATION
OF
GOVERNMENT
OF
INDIA,
DECISION
ON
THE
RECOMMENDAIONS OF 5th CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION – REVISION OF PENSION OF
PRE 1996 PENSIONERS
( Letter No.1(1) /99/D( Pension/Services), Govt of India, Ministry of Defence, New Delhi, Dated
11th September, 2001 addressed to the Chief the Army Staff, Naval Chief/ Air Chief)
Sir,
The undersigned is directed to refer to Ministry of Defence letter No.1(1)/99/D(
Pension/Services) dated 7th June, 1998 wherein decision of the Government that Pension of
all pensioners irrespective of their date of retirement shall not be less than 50% of the
minimum of the revised scale of pay introduced with effect from 1-1-1996 of he post last held
by the pensioner was communicated. Clarifications have been sought by CCDA/CCDA(P) and
Services Headquarters as to whether Non Practicing allowance (NPA) admissible as on 1-11986 is to be taken into consideration after re-fixation of pay on notional basis as on 1-1-1986
and whether NPA is to be added to the minimum of the revised scale while considering
stepping up consolidated pension on 1-1-1996. NPA granted to Medical Officers does not from
part of the scales of pay. It is a separate element, although it is taken into account for the
purpose of computation of pension. This has been examined in consultation with the Dept. of
pension and pensioners Welfare and the Department of Expenditure and it is clarified that NPA
is not to be taken in to consideration after re-fixation of pay on notional basis on 1-1-1986. It is
also not be added to the minimum of the revised scale of pay as on 1-1-1996 in cases where
consolidated pension / family pension is to be stepped up to 50% / 30% respectively, in terms
of Ministry of Defence letter No.1(1) /99/D( Pension/Services) dated 7th June,1999.
CCDA/CCDA(P) are requested to issue necessary instructions relating to exclution of
NPA from the basic pay for the purpose of calculation of pension under modified parity
immediately. In cases where payment of pension by inclusion of NPA in the basis pay under
modified parity has been made with effect from 1-1-1996. Separate instructions restrictions
regarding recovery of over-payments will be issued in consultation with Dept. of Pensions and
PW and Ministry of Finance.
This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence ( Finance) vide their U.O.
No.2954/Pen/01 dated 11-9-2001.
Yours faithfully
(sd)
AMRIT I A
DEPUTY SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
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Appendix "Z"
EXEMPTION FROM INCOME TAX TO DISABILITY PENSION FROM “DISABILITY
ELEMENT” AND “SERVICE ELEMENT”OF A DISABLED OFFICER OF THE INDIA ARMED
FORCES – INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING
(Letter No.F.No.2005/51/99-ITAI. New Delhi, the 2nd July,2001 from Govt of India, Ministry of
Finance, Dept of Revenue, Central Board of Direct Taxes.)
To
All the Chief Commissioners of Income- tax,
All the Directors General of Income-tax.
Sir,
1.
Reference have been received in the Board regarding exempting from income tax to
disability pension, i.e. “disability element” and “service element” of a disabled officer of the
India Armed Forces.
2.
It appears that field formations in certain cases are not uniformly allowing disability
pension in spite of Board’s Instruction No.136 dated 14th January, 1970 ( F.No.34/3/68-IT(A.I).
3.
The matter has been re-examined in the Board and it has been decided to reiterate that
the entire disability pension, i.e. “disability element” and “Service element” of a disabled
officers of the India Armed Forces continued to be exempt from income tax.
4.
This may be brought to the notice of all the offices working under you.
Yours faithfully,
Sd/Officer of Special duty (I.T.A.I.)
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Appendix "A-1"
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Kendriya Sainik Board
West Block Iv, Wing No.V
R K Puram, New Delhi-66
05 Mar 2001
No.102/FA/KSB/D
Directors/ Secretaries
Deptts of Sainik Welfare / Rajya Sainik Board
Treatment of Ex-servicemen for Serious Diseases in Civil Hospitals: Procedure
to be followed
1
.Further to our letter of even number dated 07 Jan’ 2000.
2..
Of late it has been observed that the laid down procedure is not being followed by the
ex-servicemen for claiming financial assistance for the treatment of serious diseases .Circulars
to this effect are being issued by this office time and again but perhaps due to lack of
awareness, the correct procedure is not being followed by ex-servicemen. Recently above
circular was issued according to that any of the ex-servicemen/ dependent who needs financial
assistance from Kendriya Sainik Board will first report to the nearest service hospital with the
ex-servicemen Identity Card issued by the Zila Sainik Board concerned. In case, the treatment
in respect of the diseases, be referred to the civil hospital of the individual choice, which is on
the approved list of the Kendriya Sainik Board. In case of emergent nature of the case when
there is not enough time to report to the nearest hospital, the case may be submitted to this
office after being satisfied as to the genuineness of the case along with an emergency
certificate. This should be more as an Exception than routine.
3
.Kendriya Sainik Board has empanelled so many civil hospitals throughout the country
to provide treatment to the ex-servicemen/ their cancer and TURP etc. The package rates
have also been fixed with those hospitals. In case an ex-servicemen goes to the empanelled
hospital after package rates and out of which 75% / 90% in case of officers / PBORs
respectively is payable by this office directly to the hospital and only 25% / 10% is to be paid
by ex-servicemen. This procedure also eliminates their problems of raising the initial amount.
For example, if an ex-servicemen goes directly to the Apollo Hospital, New Delhi for CABG he
will be charged Rs. 2 to 2.5 lacs whereas if his case is referred by this office then the package
rate for SP Room is Rs. 1.05 lacs only and he has to pay 25% / 10% only and the balance will
be paid by this Board.
4.
It is our combined responsibility to ensure that the ESM fraternity is facilitated the most
and no undue financial burdon is put on them. You are there, requestic to disseminate the
above information to all ex-servicemen and their dependent, through your respective Zila
Sainik Welfare Offices and also through rallies of ex-servicemen
5.
Confirm compliance and acknowledge receipt.
Sd/( T S Chhatwal)
Air Cmde Secretary, KSB
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Appendix "A-2"
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CONCESSIONS AND BENEFITS
AVAILABLE TO WAR WIDOWS/WAR DISABLED AND
RETIRED/SERVING DEFENCE PERSONNEL
1.
Educational Concessions. Education concessions which were till now admissible to
the children of Armed Forces personnel killed/missing or permanently disabled in 1962, 1965,
1971 wars, Op PAWAN and MEGHDOOT have now been extended to the children of the
Armed Forces personnel killed/declared missing or permanently disabled during all post
MEGHDOOT operations in India and abroad including Counter Insurgency operations, vide
GOI, MOD letter No.9(1)/703/Edu Concessions/D(Res) dated 06 Aug 03.
2.
Claims for reimbursement of above concessions in case of eligible children studying in
govt recognized public/private institutes were being admitted by AG’s Branch, Army HQ
whereas claims for children studying in Central/State Govt institutes were being admitted by
respective institutes out of the grants received from States. Consequent to issue of revised
policy letter cited above all claims will now be submitted to Ceremonial & Welfare Dte/CW-3,
AG’s Branch, Army Headquarters, South Block, New Delhi – 110 011 for reimbursement.
3.
Admission into Professional Colleges. At present 28 seats in MBBS and one seat in
BDS and 2 seats in Engineering College at Annamalai University are available through KSB for
wives/widows and wards of categories of Defence personnel in the following order of priority:(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Killed in action.
Disabled in action and boarded out from service.
Died while in service with death attributable to military service.
Disabled in service and boarded out with disability attributable to military service.
Gallantry Award/Other Award Winners.
A joint entrance examination is conducted every
4.
Priority allotment of seats in IITs.
year by the six IITs for admission to the IITs at Mumbai, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and
Banaras Hindu University Institute of Technology and Rourkee. Two seats in each of the above
institutes are allotted on priority for children of the Defence/Para Military Force Personnel killed or
permanently disabled in action. Such candidates are however, required to qualify in the joint
entrance examination.
Travel
5.
Rail Travel Concession. Govt. of India have announced free rail travel in I-Class/II-AC
Class to the recipients of PVC, Ashok Chakra, MVC, Kirti Chakra, VrC and Shourya Chakra
and the widows of posthumous winners of these Gallantry Awards alongwith a companion.
(Ministry of Railways letter No. E (W) 96PS 5-6/22 dated 23 Feb 96.)
6.
75 percent concession in rail fare for travel in II Class is available to war widows
including those of IPKF and Kargil casualties. This concession can be availed on production of
the I-Card issued by the KSB.
7.
Air Travel Concession. Following categories of personnel are eligible to the following
concessions in fare for air travel in domestic flights of the Indian Airlines: -
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(a) 75% concession to Recipients of Gallantry Awards of class Class II & I viz. PVC,
Ashok Chakra, MVC and Kirti Chakra, Victoria Cross, George Cross, Distinguished
Service cross, Military Cross, Distinguished Flying Cross and George Medal.
(b) 50% concession to Permanently war disabled officers who have been invalidated out of
service and the dependent members of their families.
(c)
50% concession to War widows of post Independence era.
CSD
8.
Canteen Facilities. In accordance with Army Order AO 32/84, Ex-servicemen and their
families and ex-Defence personnel with minimum 5 years of service are entitled to CSD (I)
Canteen facilities available in units/establishments. Cadets/Recruits boarded out on medical
grounds are also entitled to avail CSD facilities.
Telephone facilities
9.
The following categories of subscribers are exempted from payment of Registration
Charges and installation charges for priority telephones connection under Non-OYT/Special
Category and are entitled to 50 percent concession in normal rental charges. However,
Gallantry Award winners are entitled to full concession in normal rental charges. (Authority:
Ministry of Communications (Deptt. of Telecom Services) letter No. 2-47/92-PHA dated 19 Mar
93, circular NO 7/2000 dated 13 Jun 2000 and 2.47/92 PHA dt 18 Sep 2000):(a) Gallantry Award Winners in the three Services (PVC, Ashok Chakra, MVC, KC,
VrC & SC).
(b)
(c)
War widows.
Disabled soldiers.
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Appendix "A-3"
PROCEDURE FOR ISSUE OF IDENTITY CARD TO
RETIRING ARMED FORCES PERSONNEL
1.
The Identity Card to the retiring Armed Forces personnel is issued by concerned Zila
Sainik Board/Zila Sainik Welfare Office (ZSB/ZSWO) where the retiring Defence personnel
propose to settle down after retirement as recorded in his discharge document(s). For this
purpose, all retiring defence personnel are required to get their particulars filled in the
registration form in duplicate at the Record Office at the time of their discharge. One copy of
the registration form is forwarded by the Record Office to the concerned ZSB/ZSWO by post
and the second copy by hand through the retiree himself. Thereafter, the individual is required
to call on the concerned ZSB/ZSWO along with three copies of the stamp size photographs,
discharge certificate/PPO and other relevant service documents for issue of Identity Card. At
the ZSB/ZSWO, the particulars are scrutinised and in case the individual qualifies to the status
of ex-servicemen, he will be asked to fill in an application form and Identity Card will be issued
to him. Formats for applying for registration by ex-servicemen and widows with their
respective RSB/ZSB/ZSWO and issue of ex-serviceman/widow identity card are given at
Appendix ‘B’.
Please remember, Identity Card is a pre-requisite for availing the benefits of the welfare
schemes instituted under the "Armed Forces Flag Day Fund" vide Government of India
SRO 7E dated 13 Apr 1993
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Appendix "A-4"
SOP ON RESETTLEMENT TRAINING FOR PBOR
General
1. The release or retirement of approximately 50,000 service personnel every year at a
relatively young age is a consequence of the policy of maintaining a youthful profile of the
Armed Forces. Since retirement of service personnel is due to compulsions of service, it is
necessary to assist them in making a smooth transition to the civilian mainstream.
Resettlement assistance is necessary in order to maintain a high level of morale in the
services and to attract suitable young men to the Armed Forces. Besides this, on retirement,
service personnel are capable of making a meaningful contribution to the Nation’s growth.
They are in effect a reserve of trained and disciplined man-power, regarded as a national asset
which needs to be Nation’s advantage. Resettlement of retiring COs/OR and their equivalent in
the navy and air force therefore is of prime importance to the service.
2. Due to various reasons all personnel who retire do not seek reemployment. Some look for
self-employment. Avenues. Others show interest in training opportunities to prepare
themselves for resettlement. Whatsoever be the mode of resettlement that Ex-servicemen
(ESM) seeks, the fact remains that all of them look for a second career.
RESETTLEMENT TRAINING
3. Type of Training schemes
4. Pre-release training scheme is the one in which army personnel complete full training during
their service period. All courses except Industrial Training Institute (ITI) courses of 2 Years
duration are covered under this scheme.
5. Pre-cum-post Release Training Scheme: This scheme covers course in which the
duration of the course is of 2 years. Half of the training period is before release and the
balance half is post release. ITI course of 2 years duration are covered under scheme.
Types of Courses
6. The courses under these schemes are divided into three categories i.e. ITI, On the Job
Training (OJTO and Vocational Training (VT) courses. The details of various courses are given
in the succeeding paragraphs.
ITI Courses
These courses are run by approximately 410 Industrial Training Institutes located all over the
country. Two types of courses are conducted under this type, i.e. two year courses and one
year courses.
The trades available for training at all the ITI’sare given in the pamphlet ‘Resettlement Training
Programme for PBOR’ issued every year. The institutes conduct engineering and nonengineering trades, the former being of both one and two-year duration while the latter are
exclusively of one-year duration. The DGR pamphlet also lays educational qualifications
required for admission. All ITI courses commence on 01 Aug every year.
7. Advantage of ITI courses. The scheme offers the following advantages:
a. Retiring ESM begin acquiring their chosen skill while still in service in case of one year
courses. In two-year courses, during the first half of the training, he continues to draw his full
pay and allowances. During the second, he receives a token amount as stipend from the Rajya
Sainik Board of his home state.
b. Trainees come in contact with their civilian counterparts and are thus able to gain
information about avenues open for employment or self-employment.
c. On completion of the course and passing the examination held by CTI (Central Training
Institute), trainees are awarded a National Trades Certificate.
d. The training offers a wide choice for acquiring skill in a trade, which has ample scope both
for employment and self-employment.
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e. Generally, the individual under goes training at an ITI close to his home. Thus even while in
service, he is in a position to plan his resettlement after release.
f. Trainees become familiar with the latest tools, machinery and equipment and interact with
their manufacturer for negotiation purchases of equipment on favorable terms.
OJT Courses
8. The course is covered under Pre-release training scheme and is conducted for nine
selected trades, which are given in the pamphlet “Resettlement Training Programme for
PBOR”, issued by DGR every year. The training is of nine months duration in two training
sessions commencing on 01 may and 01 Nov every year.
9. Advantages of OJT Courses : Major advantages of these courses are:a. OJT course is of nine months duration only.
b. The entire training is imparted while one is in service and hence treated as on duty.
c. Minimum educational qualification is VIII class or equivalent as laid down for this training.
d. The nine trades available are common to those taught at it is.
e. National Trade Certificate is awarded on successful completion of OJT course.
f. It provided an assurance of employment for the trainee in the public sector undertaking
where he had successfully carried out training. However, details of employment have not been
confirm.
g. Selection of trades has been made keeping in view their high employment potential and the
fact that non-technical personnel can easily acquire the training.
h. The training is imparted free of cost to the individuals. Vocational Training (VT) Courses
10. VT courses are also covered under the pre-release training scheme. Various state
governments, public sector undertakings and private institutions manage all these institutes
where the above courses are conducted and they also control the admission to these courses.
Details of trades, name of institutes and duration of courses under this type are given in the
pamphlet “Resettlement Training Programme for PBOR” issued by DGR every year. These
courses, approximately 350 in number, are of short duration ranging from three weeks and are
conducted throughout the year.
11. Advantages of VT Courses
a. These courses are of shorter duration ranging from 3 weeks to 24 weeks.
b. The courses are run throughout the year.
c. There is a wide range of choice in the selection of trades, which are commensurate with
educational qualifications of the candidates. Ample scope for employment and selfemployment of trainees exists.
d. None- technical courses are also included in the scheme.
e. Retiring army personnel acquire their chosen skill while still in service.
f. Generally, the individual undergoes training at an institution of his choice/close to his home.
g. The entire training is imparted while one is in service and hence treated as on duty.
h. The training is imparted free of cost to the individuals.
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Appendix "A-5"
EXEMPTION OF FEES FOR RENEWAL OF LICENCE IN FORM III
G.S.R. 993- In pursuance of sub-rule (3) of Rule 57 of the Arms Rules, 1962, the Central
Government hereby exempts in the public interest the persons of classes of persons specified
or described in the first column of the sub-joined table, from the payment of fees for the grant
or renewal of any licence in Form III set out in Schedule III to the said rules in respect of the
arms or ammunition described in the second column of that table:
Provided that if application for renewal of any such licence is not made within one month of
the date on which the licence expires, the licensing authority ,may , unless the applicant
satisfies the licensing authority that he had sufficient cause for not making the application
within that period, levy renewal fee at the rate specified in the form.
THE TABLE
Item
1
(a)
(b)
(c)
Persons
2
Any Junior Commissioned Officer, Chief Petty
Officer, Petty officer, Warrant Officer, Noncommissioned officer, Soldiers, Sailor or
Airman of the armed forces of the Union
whether in service, or retired and in receipt as
such of a pension, or any person below the
rank of Warrant Officer transferred to the
Reserve and designated in this behalf by the
Officer Commanding Unit:
Any person holding any rank in the Territorial
Army who has been awarded the Territorial
Army Decoration or he Territorial Army Medal;
Any person who was enrolled as a member of
a Corps of Volunteers under the Indian
Volunteers Act, 1869(XX of 1869) or who was
a member of the late Indian Defence Force
and who was a awarded the Volunteer
Officer’s decoration or the Long Service
Medal and any person who held any rank in
the late Auxiliary Force.
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Arms or ammunition
3
One sporting gun or rifle
together
with
a
reasonable quantity of
ammunition for the same.
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GOVERNMENT OF RAJASTHAN
REVENUE (GROUP-6) DEPARTMENT
No. F 2(2) SK/2002/49
Jaipur, Dated : 17-07-2006.
NOTIFICATION
In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 101 of the
Rajasthan Land Revenue Act, 1956 (Rajasthan Act No. 15 of 1956), read with sections 261
and 90 thereof, and section 28 read with section 7 of the Rajasthan Colonisation Act, 1954,
(Rajasthan Act No. 27 of 1954) and of all other powers enabling it in this behalf, the State
Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Rajasthan Gallantry
Awards, (Cash Rewards and Land Grants) Rules 1966; namely: 1.
Short title and commencement - (1) These rules may be called the Rajasthan
Gallantry Awards, (Cash Rewards and Land Grants) (Amendment) Rules, 2004.
(2)
They shall be deemed to have come into force from the date of their publication
in the official gazette.
2.
Amendment of rule 2 - The existing clause (i) of rule 2 of the Rajasthan Gallantry
Awards (Cash Rewards and Land Grants) Rules, 1966, hereinafter referred to as the said
rules, shall be substituted by the following; namely :-
3.
(a)
Param Veer Chakra
(b)
Ashok Chakra
(c)
Maha vir Chakra
(d)
Kirti Chakra
(e)
Vir Chakra
(f)
Shaurya Chakra
(g)
President's Police Medal for Gallantry
(h)
Sena / Nao Sena / Vayu Sena Medal
(i)
Police Medal for Gallantry"
Amendment of rule 3 - In rule 3 of the said Rules, following new proviso shall be
inserted at the end; namely :"Provided that in the case of holders of President's Police Medal for gallantry and police
medal for gallantry, the provisions of these rules shall be applicable only for those gallantry
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award holders, who receive the said gallantry awards on or after the publication of the
Rajasthan Gallantry Awards (Cash Rewards and Land Grants) Amendments) rules 2006."
4.
Amendment of Rule 4:-
The existing rule 4 of the said rules shall be substituted by
the following; namely :"4. Scale of rewards and grants - The scale of rewards and grants admissible
to the holder of a gallantry award shall be as following :(a)
Param Vir Chakra
Rs. 2,25,000/- in cash and 25 Bighas of
irrigated Land in Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojna
Phase II or Rs. 2.00 lakhs in cash in lieu of
land.
(b)
Ashoka Chakra
Rs. 2,00,000/- in cash and 25 Bighas of
irrigated Land in Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojna
Phase II or Rs. 2.00 lakhs in cash in lieu of
land.
(c)
Maha Vir Chakra
Rs. 1,50,000/- in cash and 25 Bighas of
irrigated Land in Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojna
Phase II or Rs. 2.00 lakhs in cash in lieu of
land.
(d)
Kirti Chakra
Rs. 1,20,000/- in cash and 25 Bighas of
irrigated Land in Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojna
Phase II or Rs. 2.00 lakhs in cash in lieu of
land.
(e)
Vir Chakra
Rs. 70,000/- in cash and 25 Bighas of irrigated
Land in Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojna Phase II
or Rs. 2.00 lakhs in cash in lieu of land.
(f)
Shaurya Chakra
Rs. 50,000/- in cash and 25 Bighas of irrigated
Land in Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojna Phase II
or Rs. 2.00 lakhs in cash in lieu of land.
(g)
President's Police Medal Rs. 30,0000/- in cash and 25 Bighas of irrigated
For Gallantry
Land in Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojna Phase II
or Rs. 2.00 lakhs in cash in lieu of land.
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(h)
Sena/Nao
Sena/Vayu Rs. 1,00,000/- in cash and 25 Bighas of
Sena Medal
irrigated Land in Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojna
Phase II or Rs. 2.00 lakhs in cash in lieu of
land.
(i)
Police
Medal
Gallantry
For Rs. 50,000/- in cash and 25 Bighas of irrigated
Land in Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojna Phase II
or Rs. 2.00 lakhs in cash in lieu of land.
Provided that in case of Sena / Naosena / Vayusena, above facilities shall be provided
only to those who are given medal only Gallantry.
Provided further that the person, who received the Gallantry Awards prior to the
publications of the Rajasthan Gallantry Awards (Cash Rewards and Land Grant)
(Amendments), Rules, 2006 hereinafter referred to as the 'Said Amendment Rules; shall be
entitled to the Cash Rewards and Land Grants as per the provisions of rule 4 applicable prior
to the commencement of the "Said Amendment Rules."
(2)
The amount in lieu of land shall be given in form of tax free RBI bonds.
By Order of the Governor
SD/(K.G.Agarwal)
Deputy Secretary to Government
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MISCELLANEOUS CONCESSIONS
Concessions to Gallantry/Non-Gallantry Award Winners
1.
The States/UTs have extended from time to time the benefit of cash awards, annuity
and monetary grant in lieu of land to the winners of Gallantry and non-Gallantry awards. The
rates of cash award/ annuity/monetary grant award winners are given in Appendix 'E'. Each
state has set of pre-conditions for grant of these benefits.
2.
Procedure for applying for Cash Award etc. The following documents are required to
be submitted by the winners of Gallantry/Non-Gallantry Award winners through Service HQs
(DDG Welfare, Army HQ; DESA, NHQ and DPS, Air HQ) to Directorate, Department of Sainik
Welfare of the concerned State/UT:3.
Application in triplicate containing the following information is required to be submitted:(a)
Rank, Name, Number, Branch/Trade of the applicant.
(b)
Unit where serving.
(c)
Permanent Home Address.
(d)
Address given at the time of joining service.
(e)
Nature of award.
(f)
Date of award.
(g)
Authority for award (Notification No. of the Gazette of India).
(h)
Copy of citation.
4. Monetary Allowance attached to various Gallantry Awards. The rates are as under
(Authority Ministry of Defence letter No 3(8)/98/D(Ceremonials) dated 18 Mar 99 and 19 Apr
99) :Rates (per month)
Param Vir Chakra
Rs. 1500/-
Ashok Chakra
Rs. 1400/-
Maha Vir Chakra
Rs. 1200/-
Kirti Chakra
Rs. 1050/-
Vir Chakra
Rs. 850/-
Shaurya Chakra
Rs. 750/-
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Sena/Nao Sena/Vayu Sena Medal(Gallantry)Rs 250/Indian Order of Merit
Rs. 350/-
Indian Order of Merit Class I
Rs. 300/-
Indian Order of Merit Class II
Rs. 200/-
Distinguished Service Cross
Rs. 200/-
Military Cross
Rs. 200/-
Distinguished Flying Cross
Rs. 200/-
Conspicuous Gallantry Medal
Rs. 200/-
Military Medal
Rs. 90/-
Indian Distinguished Service Medal
Distinguished Flying Medal
Note:
Rs. 70/Rs. 50/-
Each Bar to the decoration will carry the same amount of monetary allowance
admissible to the original award.
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Addresses and telephone numbers of various Welfare Agencies. Contact information of
various Welfare Agencies is given as under.
Deputy Director General (Welfare)
279A, South Block, Army HQ, DHQ PO
New Delhi – 110011
Telephone : 2301-8112 Tele Fax : 2379-2382
Rehabilitation & Welfare Section
153 Kashmir House, Rajaji Marg, Army HQ DHQ PO
New Delhi – 110011
Director : 23794985 Telephone 2301-8338 Fax : 2379-4377
E-mail : [email protected]
Director MP5
87, Second Floor, Wing VII, West Block 3
RK Puram, New Delhi - 110066
Telephone : 2337-5475, 2619-5662 Fax : 2610-6329
Army Group Insurance
AGI Bhawan, Rao Tula Ram Marg, New Delhi – 110057
Col Coord: 2614-2369, Director Claims: 2614-5709
Exchange: 2614-2749, 2615-1031
Assistant Director Claims: 2614-2897, Fax: 2614-8471
CDA (P) Allahabad
Telephone: (0532)-2622618, 2622698, 2622699
Fax (0532)-2621549
Quarter Master General’s Branch
(Retention of government accommodation)
438, ‘B’ Wing, Sena Bhavan, Army HQ, DHQ PO
New Delhi – 110011 (Telephone: 2337-5237, 2337-5238)
Army Officers Benevolent Fund
279A, South Block, Army HQ, DHQ PO, New Delhi
Tele Fax: 2379-2382
Army Wives Welfare Association
210, South Block, Army HQ, DHQ PO, New Delhi – 110 001
Telephone: 2301-8183 Fax: 2301-8183
Army Welfare Education Society
153 Kashmir House, Rajaji Marg
New Delhi – 110011
Director: 2301-8702 Tele Fax: 2301-8363, 2337-2938
E-mail: [email protected]
Army Placement Agency
West Block III, RK Puram, New Delhi
Telephone: 26186075, 26100241
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SAINIK ARAMGAH : HOME AWAY FROM HOME
There are 17 Sainik Aramgahs open to all ranks of the three Services, GREF pers, ExServicemen and TA personnel. The Details of stations where presently Aramgahs exist are as
below:S.N.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(j)
(k)
(l)
(m)
(n)
(o)
(p)
Station
Officers
JCOs
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CONCESSIONS BY ARMY WIVES WELFARE ASSOCIATION
1.
Army Wives Welfare Association (AWWA) extends the following concessions :-
(a)
Ex-Gratia Grant – A one time grant of Rs.5000/- (rupees five thousand) is being given
as ex-gratia grant to the NOK of a deceased soldiers by AWWA who die in harness. This is
given to fulfill the immediate monetary requirement upto some extent till NOK’s other
entitlements are settled.
(b)
Educational Scholarship – This scholarship is given upto two children of those Army
personnel who die while in service. The child must be between 10 to 20 years of age and not
in receipt of scholarship from other sources except meritorious scholarship. The following
uniform rates have been laid for all ranks: (i)
College Students
- Rs.200/- per month
(ii)
Students studying in class - Rs.100/- per month
IX, X, XI, XII
(iii)
Students between classes - Rs.50/- per month
V to VIII
(a) Financial Assistance/Scholarship for Handicapped Children – This assistance from
AWWA is admissible to the handicapped children of serving JCO’s and OR’s who are not in
receipt of any monetary help from any other source for treatment/education of their wards. The
rates of assistance/scholarships vary depending upon the merits of each case from Rs.100/- to
a maximum of Rs.200/- per month for two years. After two years the case can be reviewed on
receipted of a fresh application.
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NAVAL HEADQUARTERS
General
Under the umbrella of Navy Education Society there are two professional Institution viz.
Naval Institute of Technology, Mumbai and Naval Maritime Academy, Visakhapatnam. No
priority/preference is stipulated for the children of Defence personnel or Ex-servicemen for the
purpose of the admission in NAMAC, Vizag. However, in NIT, Mumbai all seats are reserved
for the children of Defence personnel. The following priority is followed amongst these Defence
personnel:S.No.
Priority
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Categories
I
II
III
IV
V
Children of serving Naval personnel
Children of retired Naval personnel
Children of serving Army/IAF/Coast Guard
Children of retired Army IAF/Coast Guard
Children of Defence civilian
Indian Naval Benevolent Association
Scholarship for Post 10+2 Education
Merit scholarships are admissible for graduation courses to children of all naval
pensioners. Besides these scholarships for recognised Vocational Courses of 50 weeks or
more duration are also given to sailors’ children only. The rates of scholarship per annum are
Rs.3,000/- for day Scholars and Rs.6,000/- for Boarders. Eligibility details are given as under:______________________________________________________________________
Officers’ Children
Sailors’ Children
______________________________________________________________________
Science Stream Humanities Stream Science Stream Humanities Stream
______________________________________________________________________
Graduation
Marks in 10+2 Board
80%
75%
65%
60%
70%
65%
65%
60%
Post Graduation
Marks in Graduation
Vocational Courses
Marks 10+2 Board
Renewal
-
-
65%
60%
60%
60%
60%
60%
______________________________________________________________________
Specimen application form for scholarships is placed at annexure-1 and is also
available with local Naval Authorities, NCC Units, Zila Sainik Boards and Secretary, Indian
Naval Benevolent Association. Typed/neatly handwritten applications are to reach Naval
Headquarters by 01 Nov.
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II.
Scholarships for Handicapped Children of Retired Naval Personnel
Scholarships for handicapped children are admissible for first two school going children
between ages of 3 to 18 years i.e. for a period of 15 years. The rates are as follows:Day Scholar Rs.100/- p.m. & Boarder Rs.200/- p.m.
III.
Lump Sum Grant on Death of Naval Pensioner
The lump sum grant-in-aid to Next-of-Kin on death of a pensioner after retirement is as
follows:Officers:- Rs.15,000/-
IV.
Sailors:- Rs.7,500/-
Travel/Incidental Expenses
Naval pensioners required to be transferred from one service hospital to another out
station service hospital for medical treatment have to incur substantial expenditure. To
alleviate this financial hardship a grant of Rs.500/- as travel/incidental expenses is given
on recommendation of concerned service hospital.
V.
Rehabilitation Grant
All sailors on invalidment from service due to TB/Paraplegia/Leprosy etc. are given a
rehabilitation grant of Rs.7,500/-
VI.
Assistance for Self Employment
Financial assistance upto Rs.20,000/- is given to ex-sailors in indigent circumstances for
starting self help economic venture like KIOSKS besides supply of sewing machines
etc. to widows.
VII.
Grant for Marriage of Children
Next-of-Kin of Naval Personnel who die in harness and as pensioner are given grant as
under per child upto maximum of two children:Officers’ Children Rs.20,000/-
VIII.
&
Sailors’ Children Rs.10,000/-
Treatment of Ex-Naval Personnel for serious Diseases in Civil Hospitals
INBA Medical Benefit Scheme considers reimbursement of balance of medical
expenses incurred on serious diseases as covered by KSB/other such organizations
depending upon the financial status of the ex-naval personnel. All ex-naval personnel and their
eligible dependents (spoise and children below 18 years) who cannot afford to meet these
expenses from their own resources are to complete prescribed application form for seeking
financial assistance from INBA. The prescribed application form is placed at annexure III. INBA
also provides financial assistance for following additional medical treatment/surgeries:-
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(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
Acute Phase Management of Stroke
(Cerebra-Vascular Accident)
Lithotripsy for Kidney/Urethral Stones
Prostate Surgery (TRUP) only
Arterial Surgery
Artificial Limbs
Retinal Detachment
Rs.50,000/Rs.20,000/Rs.15,000/Rs.1 lac
Rs.1.45 lac
Rs.20,000/-
For claiming financial assistance for medical expenses incurred for treatment of serious
diseases, ex-naval personnel has to forward the following documents along with the prescribed
application form:(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Patient copy of bill in original if treated against KSB liability
Or
Photo copy of the medical bills if not treated against liability of KSB.
Referral of service hospital alongwith admission and discharge summary of civil
hospital
Whether member of Mediclaim scheme if so details of the same.
Photocopy of Identity Card issued by ZSB/RSB
Details of financial assistance received from KSB/mediclaim/other resources.
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(Not to be detached)
Annexure-I
Application for Scholarship from INBA for the Year
1.
Category
Serving/Pensioner/Deceased
2.
Award
Renewal/Fresh
3.
Name of the Child
_____________________________
4.
Name of Father, Rank & No.
5.
Ship/Establishment
_____________________________
6.
Station (for demand draft)
_____________________________
7.
Boarder or Day Scholar
_____________________________
8.
Details of Course of Study of last qualifying examination:-
9.
(a)
Name of the Course
(b)
Year of Examination
(c)
Total Marks
_____________________________
(d)
Marks obtained
_____________________________
(e)
%age of marks scored
11.
12.
_____________________________
_____________________________
_____________________________
Details of previous scholarships received from INBA, if anyS.No.
10.
_____________________________
Course of Study
Year
Amount Rs.
(i)
_________________________
________
___________
(ii)
_________________________
________
___________
(iii)
_________________________
________
___________
(iv)
_________________________
________
___________
Amount
Whether
Received
from
Is the child in receipt of any other financial assistance/
scholarship/fellowship from Government or Private,
if yes, indicate
____________________
Present Course of Study (attach Bonafide
Studentship Certificate)
_____________________
13.
Whether Graduation/Post Graduation/Vocational
Diploma Course
_____________________
Duration of the Course
_____________________
14.
Course Commenced From
_____________________
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15.
Name of the College/institute
_____________________
16.
University to which affiliated
_____________________
17.
Is the course recognised, if yes attach a copy of
recognition
18.
19.
____________________
In case of a pensioner/re-employed or died whilst in
service or after retirement, furnish the following:(i)
Date of retirement/death
_____________________
(ii)
In case of deceased name of Guardian
_____________________
(iii)
Full Postal address of Father/Guardian
_____________________
(iv)
Nearest Syndicate Bank branch for
demand draft
_____________________
Furnish particulars of all children in order of seniority:S.No.
Name of the Child
Date of birth duly supported by document
(i)
_________________________
_________________________________
(ii)
_________________________
_________________________________
(iii)
_________________________
_________________________________
(iv)
_________________________
_________________________________
Certified that the particulars given in the application are correct and any false statement
made by me will disqualify my ward for award of scholarship from INBA besides appropriate
disciplinary action.
__________________________
(Signature of Parent/guardian)
Place:_____________________
Date:-_______________________
CHECK LIST FOR DOCUMENTS ENCLOSED
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Attested copy of marks sheet of 10+2
If boarder, Boarder Certificate
Bonafide Studentship Certificate
A copy of P.P.O.
Pre-Receipt-cum-Declaration
Minimum Entry Qualification
Copy of Birth Certificate/Document
Any other document/1st or 2nd year of Marksheet for Renewal
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YES/NO
YES/NO/NA
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES/NO
YES/NO
PART – III
(To be completed by Ship/Establishment/DSS & A Board)
Certified that the particulars of family and other statement in part I of the application
form by the parent/guardian of the child are correct.
_________________________________________
(Signature of the CO/DO/Secy, DSS&AB/HOD of PSU with
Name Designation and Office stamp)
OFFICE SEAL
Place :
____________________________
Date :
____________________________
(In cases of renewal of pensioners above requirement is optional)
INSTRUCTIONS
1.
All columns of the application form are to be completed in all respects.
2.
If the marks are expressed in grades, their equivalent in %age (100 point scale) duly
certified by the principal must be furnished.
3.
Since the scholarships from INBA is restricted to FIRST two children only therefore
particulars of all children should be indicated in appropriate column.
4.
Applications are to be submitted to the Secretary INBA so as to reach Naval
Headquarters latest by 01 Nov every year. Applications received after the due date will not be
accepted.
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DECLARATION-CUM-PRE-RECEIPT
1.
Received from the Secretary, Indian Naval Benevolent Association, Naval
Headquarters, New Delhi, a sum of Rs.____________________(Rupees____________
__________________________only) being the amount of scholarship awarded to my child
from INBA for the academic year__________as detailed below:Name of the Child
Course of Study
____________________ _____________________
Institution
_________________
2.
I do solemnly declare that my above child is not in receipt of any scholarship for the
course of study mentioned above from other source(s).
3.
I certify that the above information is correct and nothing has been concealed there
from.
4.
The scholarship of the child has not been claimed by my wife/husband for the academic
year______________.
5.
I undertake to refund the amount of scholarship to IN Benevolent Association, Naval
Headquarters, New Delhi, if my above child is found getting any other scholarship or granted
other scholarship for the aforesaid course of study at a subsequent date.
_______________________________
(to be signed over one rupee revenue stamp)
Name _____________________________
Rank_______________No._____________
Ship/establishment____________________
Station _____________________________
Date ______________________________
COUNTERSIGNED
(CO/XO/GAZETTED OFFICER/SECY DSS & A BOARD WITH NAME DESIGNATION AND
SEAL)
OFFICE STAMP
Place :
___________________
Date :
___________________
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ANNEXURE – III
The Secretary
Indian Naval Benevolent Association
Naval Headquarters
A-124, Sena Bhawan
New Delhi – 110 011
REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM INBA
Dear Sir,
1.
I submit for the consideration of the Indian Naval Benevolent Association, a request for
financial assistance in the form of a grant in order to meet an emergent requirement which I
am presently not in a position to meet from my own resources.
2.
Details of my financial status and nature of my requirement are submitted in Parts I and
II of the application form.
Yours faithfully
Place :
____________________
_______________________
Date :
____________________
Application form for Grant from INBA
(FOR USE BY EX-NAVAL PERSONNEL/THEIR DEPENDENTS)
1.
PARTICULARS OF APPLICANT
(a) Name of the Applicant
: _________________________________
(b) Age
: _________________________________
(c) Address
: _________________________________
_________________________________
(d) Quantum of Assistance
(e) Nature of Requirement
2.
: _________________________________
: _________________________________
DETAILS OF EX-SERVICEMAN OR APPLICANT
(a) Name in Full
: _________________________________
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(b) Rank
: _________________________________
(c) Relationship with Applicant
: _________________________________
(d) Date of Commission/Enrolment
: _________________________________
(e) Date of Retirement/Discharge : _________________________________
(f) Date and cause of Disability/ : _________________________________
Death
(g) Is Disability/Death attributable
or aggravated to service
: Yes/No
(h) Physical Condition of the Applicant : _______________________________
3.
DETAILS OF FAMILY/DEPENDENTS
S.NO NAME
.
AGE
SEX RELATIONSHI
P
Professi
on &
Individu
al
Income
School/Col
lege and
Class
Studying
PART – II
PRESENT FINANCIAL STATE OF APPLICANT
4.
MONTHLY INCOME FROM ALL SCOUCES
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(a)
(b)
(c)
(c)
Rate of Monthly Service/Family
Pension including Relief
Income from Business/Commercial
Activity, if any
:____________________________
Income from rented Property
House/Farm etc.
: ____________________________
If currently employed:-
NAME & ADDRESS OF
EMPLOYER
5.
: ____________________________
CAPACITY IN WHICH
EMPLOYED
Previous Loans/Grants from INBA
TOTAL EMOLUMENTS
INCLDING
ALLOWANCES
: _________________________________
I certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief all the answers I have given to the
above questions are true and my application is in every way a genuine and bonafide one.
Place : _________________
__________________________
Date : _________________
Signature of Applicant
CAUTION
Any wrong declaration or concealment of facts may adversely affect consideration of
application and may debar you from any further assistance/financial help. In your own interest
please fill details correctly.
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CHECK LIST :
Kindly enclose certified true copy of the following certificate/documents as applicable.
(i)
Pension Pay Order
(ii)
Discharge Certificate
(iii)
Medical Bills (in original if not claimed from Kendriya Sainik Board) for
specialized medical treatment facilities for which are not available in service
hospitals and a copy of referral of service hospital.
(iv)
Death Certificate of Pensioner
(v)
Wedding card as proof of marriage of children of deceased pensioner.
(vi)
Bonafide Studentship Certificate for assistance for handicapped children.
CONCESSIONS BY NAVY WIVES WELFARE ASSOCIATION (NWWA)
2.
The Navy Wives Welfare Association is a voluntary organization. The assistance details are
as under:(a)
Educational Scholarship to children of deceased Naval Personnel.
(b)
Financial Assistance to widows and other needy wives of Ex-servicemen for
resettlement – on merit.
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AIR HEADQUARTERS
TATA Defence Welfare Corpus Scheme
TATA Defence Welfare Corpus Scheme was created under the aegis of Army Central
Welfare Fund to provide grant for higher education to widows and children of service personnel
killed in operations and wives and children of service personnel disabled in operations and all
Armed conflicts. The maximum tenure of grants is five years in each case and is as follows:HIGHER EDUCATION GRANT
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
Higher education grant
Medicine
Computer Science
Management Studies
Legal Studies
Vocational studies
Tuition Fee + Rs. 5,000/- for
books subject to a maximum
of Rs.40,000/-
UPTO POST GRADUATION
(i)
Class I to XII
Rs.5,000/-
(ii)
Graduation
Rs.8,000/- + Rs.2,000/- for books
(iii)
Post Graduation
Rs.10,000/- + Rs.5,000/- for books
ATA MERIT SCHOLARSHIP
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
BE (IT) & BE (Computer)
MBA/MCA
BHM
1st
-
Rs.25,000/-
2ND
-
Rs.15,000/-
1st
-
Rs.20,000/-
2ND
-
Rs.10,000/-
1st
-
12,000/-
2ND
-
Rs.8,000/-
(b)
Financial assistance for purchase of mobility equipment to disabled soldiers such as
motorized scooter, wheel chair or Artificial Limb as follows:
(i)
Auto Transmission Scooters
Up to Rs.50,000/-
(c)
The applications for grant is required to be made on prescribed proforma to Dte of PS,
through Zila Sainik Boards. The details of the scheme, if required can be had from Dte of PS at
Air Headquarters.
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Post Retirement Insurance Cover (PRIC) 99. AFGIS
CATEGORY MINIMUM
COVER
OPTION I
OPTION II
PREMIUM
(PER Lac)
OFFICER
3,00,000
4,00,000
5,00,000
4,000
AIRMEN
1,50,000
2,00,000
2,50,000
3,750
60,000
80,000
1,00,000
3,750
NCs(E)
Note : The cover is for 15 yrs from the date of retirement and 50% of cover thereafter upto the
age of 70 yrs.
3.







4.
Retired personnel Investment Scheme
Retired personnel and NOK of deceased AF personnel are eligible to become member
of this scheme.
Schemes : cumulative & non cumulative
Deposits : Initially for 3 years
Renewal for 1/2/3 years (optional)
Min Rs.30,000 – Max upto retirement
Benefits in multiples of Rs.10,000
Rate of interest is declared every year based on earning of the society
For current year Cumulative is 8.8% and for non-cumulative 8.5%
Tax is deducted at source as prescribed by Central Board of Direct. Taxes (CBDT)
unless form 15 H is submitted.
Premature withdrawal permissible for any unforeseen commitments.
Loans against FD is permissible to a maximum of 75% of deposit at the rate of 10% p.a.
House Building Loan
Personnel retiring within 10 yrs can opt to repay during their service period plus 10
years after retirement. They have to deposit equivalent amount of outstanding loan as on date
of retirement in Retired Personnel Investment Scheme (RPIS) of Air Force Group Insurance
Society. The interest charged for House Building Loan would be 8% p.a.
5.
Financial Assistance to World War II Veterans/Widows
IAFBA extends financial assistance in deserving cases to retired airmen who had
served in the Air Force during the World War II and their widows. Under this scheme monthly
grant of Rs.500/- p.m. is paid for life.
6.
Dwelling Units and Housing Subsidy for Widows
The aim of the scheme is to alleviate the sufferings of the widows of serving personnel
who die in accident. Housing subsidy of Rs.1.5 lacs and Rs.1.00 lac is admissible to the
bereaved wife of the officer and airman, NC (E) for acquiring dwelling unit from AFNHB/AWHO
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CONCESSIONS BY AIR FORCE WIVES WELFARE ASSOCIATION (AFWWA)
1.
The details of schemes are enumerated as under:(a)
Ex-Gratia Payment for Widow’s Rehabilitation
Ex-gratia payment of death grant of Rs.5,000/- for rehabilitation of widows is
paid to the member on demise of her husband. In case of death while in service the
grant is paid to the member in grief by the last unit, which is reimbursed by
AFWWA(C). For the wives
whose husbands die after retirement this grant is
paid by AFWWA(C) on
receipt of an application alongwith death certificate and photocopy of the membership
card.
(b)
AFWWA Pension
An amount of Rs.500/- p.m. for four months (Rs.2,000/- lump sum) is paid as
AFWWA Pension to the widow who is a member of AFWWA and whose husband dies
while in service by last unit alongwith ex-gratia payment which is reimbursed by
AFFWA(C).
(c)
Wedding Grant
An amount of Rs.5,000/- is given as a grant to one child, on her/his marriage, of
the widow who is a member of AFWWA and whose husband dies while in service after
May 1987 on receipt of application by AFWWAA(C) alongwith the Wedding Card and
certificate from the Registrar of Marriage/Village Panchayat. In case if it is not feasible
to get the certificate from the Registrar/Panchayat, the application may be
authenticated by an Air Force Officer.
(d)
Rehabilitation of Widows of NC(E)
Widows of those NCs(E) who die while in service after 01 Jan 91 and intend to
resettle themselves by tailoring/stitching etc. are eligible for resettlement grant of
Rs.2000/- with an option to spend the money by the recipient. President AFWWA(L)
should ensure that the money is appropriately spend and goes to the correct person.
The grant is paid to AFWWA Members by the last unit, which is reimbursed by
AFWWA(C).
(e)
Medical Assistance
AFWWA members whose husband is boarded out on medical grounds not
attributable to service is given an one time grant of Rs.5,000/- to be paid by the last
unit of her husband. The amount then reimbursed to AFWWA(L) by AFWWA(C).
(f)
Dwelling unit of Widows
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Housing subsidy of Rs.1.5 lacs for widow of Officer and Rs.1 lac for widow of
Airman/NC(E) are provided from Non-Public Funds for acquiring the Dwelling Unit
constructed by AFNHB. Air Force personnel killed in accident while in service from 01
Jan 96 onwards are eligible. Subsidized Dwelling Unit cannot be sold for 15 years.
AFWWA pays 10% of subsidy. The application should be addressed to Secretary
AFGIS, Subroto Park, New Delhi-10.
(g)
Educational Scholarship
Financial assistance by way of scholarship is granted to one child of the widow
and handicapped children of serving officers, Airmen and NCs(E) who are not in
receipt of any other scholarship/freeship. The application on prescribed form
attached as
Appendix ‘A’ duly recommended by the School/College authorities is to be submitted
to
AFWWA(C) for the award of scholarship. The rates of the scholarships are as follows:
a)
b)
c)
d)
(h)
School going day scholars
School going boarders
College going day scholars & Boarders
For Medical & Engineering Courses
Rs.100/-p.m.
Rs.200/- p.m.
Rs.200/- p.m.
Rs.400/- p.m.
Scholarship for Professional/Technical Courses
Sixty children of serving Officers, Airmen and NCs(E) who are not in receipt of
any other scholarship and have attained certain standards are given financial
assistance of Rs.4800/-p.a. for continuing Engineering and Medical courses. The
application on prescribed form is to be submitted to AFWWA(C) through AFWWA(R)
latest by 31st October every year. Twelve scholarships are reserved for children of Air
Force Officers. The eligibility conditions are as follows:
a)
Mother of the child should be an AFWWA member.
b)
The child should have secured 75% and above marks in the qualifying
exam for admission to the course.
c)
The scholarship will be discontinued if the child secures less than 60%
marks in the annual examination of the professional course or on cessation of
membership of the mother.
(j)
Educational Scholarship for children of NCs(E)
AFWWA(C) awards 50 scholarships every year @ Rs.50/- p.m. per child for the
children of serving NCs(E). The application on prescribed form is to be submitted to
AFWWA(C) through AFWWA(R) latest by 30th September every year. The eligibility
conditions for the award of scholarship are as follows:
i)
Mother of the child should be an AFWWA member.
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ii)
The child should be studying in a class above Vth Std and upto XIIth Std
only.
iii)
The child should be studying in a recognized school or an Air Force
School.
iv)
Only one child per family is eligible
v)
The student should not be receipt of any other scholarship/freeship from
any other Welfare Organization/Institution.
vi)
The scholarship is admissible for 3 years.
vii)
The student who was in receipt of scholarship for 3 years cannot be
awarded scholarship for 2nd time during his schooling period.
(k)
AFWWA Silver Jubilee Scholarship
Scholarship [email protected] Rs.1200/- per annum for two yeas are given to the children of
AFWWA members who attained certain standards and scored 85% marks and above
in the CBSE and 95% marks and above in the ICSE Board examination of class
Xth std.
The application is to be submitted to AFWWA (C) through AFWWA(R) latest by 30th
September every year.
(l)
Scholarship for children of Airmen under-going Post School Education at
Delhi & Residing in AFWWA Hostel (Happy Landings)
Children of Airmen who are doing a Degree Course at Delhi and residing in
AFWWA Hostel (Happy Landings) are entitled to 50% reimbursement of the Hostel
Fees to subsidies Hostel charges subject to a maximum of Rs.950/- for 10 months i.e.
Rs.9,500/- per annum. The application is to be submitted to AFWWA (C) through
Hostel Warden by 30th September every year.
(m)
Scholarship for Vocational Training
Scholarship of Rs.2,400/- (lump sum) as one time grant is awarded to widows
of Air Force personnel undergoing Vocational Training in a Recognized Institute
(Diploma/Certificate course of not less than six months). The widow should be an
AFWWA member. The application should be forwarded alongwith proof f admission in
the institute.
(n)
Canberra Scholarship
Two scholarships @ Rs.3000/- p.a. are awarded to two children of
Airmen/NCCs(E) serving in Canberra Unit. The eligibility conditions are as follows:
a)
Mother of the child should be an AFWWA Member.
b)
The child should be studying in Std.XI or XII
c)
The scholarship is awarded based on merit.
d)
CO, 106 SR Sqn. AF(the lone Canberra Squadron) is to recommend two
names of deserving children and forward the same to AFWWA (C) in the
month of August every year.
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(o)
Late Air Chief Marshal PC Lal Memorial Scholarship
One scholarship of Rs.1000/- (lump sum) as one time grant is awarded to a
Disables student, ward of a serving AF personnel. The application is to be submitted
to AFWWA (R) latest by 30th September every year. The eligibility conditions are as
follows:
a)
Mother of the child should be an AFWWA member.
b)
The student should have passed XII std and obtained admission for
graduation in a recognised college.
(p)
Late Flt Lt MS Sarin Memorial Scholarship
Two scholarships @ Rs.1200/- p.a. awarded to two handicapped children (one
boy and one girl) of airmen who are studying in Special Wing of AFGJI, Delhi. The
period of scholarship is one year. The names selected by AFGJI should reach
AFWWA(C) by 30th September every year.
(q)
Late Wg Cdr AS Puranik Memorial Scholarship
One scholarship of Rs.2500/- per annum is awarded at a time to a student of
standard ix onwards till completion of studies. The ward should be a child of a serving
Airman/NC(E). The application is to be submitted to AFWWA © through AFWWA(R)
latest by 31st August. The eligibility conditions are as follows:
a)
Mother should be an AFWWA Member.
b)
The student should have passed VIII standard and scored 95% marks
and above.
c)
The scholarship will be discontinued, if the child secures less than 70%
marks in the annual examination during the course of studies.
(r)
Procedure/Allotment of Oil Product Agencies to Defence Personnel and
their Dependents
The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas have reserved 8% of oil product
agencies i.e. LPG, Kerosene Oil agencies and Petrol Pump for the following
categories of Defence Personnel and under the new policy, the Govt has also made a
reservation of 30% for ladies in all categories.
(i)
Categories
a)
Widows/dependents of posthumous Gallantry Award winner
b)
War Disabled (Disability 50% or more)
c)
War widows/dependents
d)
Disabled in peace due to attributable causes
e)
Widows/dependents of those who died in harness due to
attributable causes
The applicants should be within the age group of 21 to 50 years, matriculate or
its equivalent and normally should be residents of the area for which the vacancy has
been advertised.
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(ii)
Contact for Assistance For further details and assistance Hony Jt
Secy at any AFWWA Regional/Local may be contacted. Hony Jt Secy
AFWWA(Central) may be approached at the following address if considered
necessary.
Hony Jt Secretary, AFWWA(C)
Santushti Shopping Complex
New Wellington Cam
Opp Ashok/Samrat Hotel
New Delhi – 110 003
Tele : 23377691/23377692
23010231 Extn7691/7692
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RAJASTHAN
General
1.
Reservation of seats in Group ‘C’ posts-12.5 percent & Group “D’ posts-15 percent
reserved vacancies are carried forward for one year. Recruitment rules have been amended in
respect of age and educational qualification of ex-Servicemen. 100-point roster followed.
2.
Reservation in allotment of industrial plots/sheds 2 percent, Salt plots-10 percent, Mines
& Minerals – 10 percent, National permit-10 percent and House sites-10 percent & Houses-2
percent. Milk vending Booths-on priority, Fair Price Shops-7 percent.
3.
Stipend of Rs. 250/- p.m. to ex-Servicemen trainees in ITIs.
4.
Cash grant and allotment of land to Gallantry award Winners. (Appendix ‘E’)
5.
Maintenance grant of Rs. 900/- p.m. to the disabled Servicemen undergoing training at
QMTI, Kirkee.
6.
Financial assistance of Rs. 500/- p.m. to orphan children of ex-Servicemen.
7.
Monthly financial assistance of Rs. 500/-p.m to post II World War Widows of exServicemen not in receipt of family and any other pension.
8.
Marriage grant to daughters of Ex-Servicemen/Widows Rs. 8,000/- per daughter upto
two daughters.
9.
Old age pension Rs. 500/- p.m. to Ex-Servicemen who are above 65 years and not in
receipt of any pension.
10.
Scholarship is provided to 1,000/- Meritorious Girls of ex-Servicemen @ 100/- p.m. upto
School level and Rs. 150/- p.m. upto college level.
11.
Financial assistance to WW II Veterans and widows – Rs. 300/- p.m. who are not in
receipt of any pension.
12.
3 seats in Medical colleges, 210 seats in Engineering colleges, 5 percent seats in
Polytechnic and BEd course and each ITI are reserved for wards of ex-Servicemen. No
domiciliary restriction exists in the state.
13.
Free medical aid in Government Hospitals. Medical wards have been constructed in civil
Govt hospitals at Jhunjhunu with 20 beds and 18 beds medical wards each in hospitals in
Sikar, Churu and Nagaur.
14.
House loan facilities to serving personnel/ex-servicemen.
15.
Provision of residential plots to ex-Servicemen at village Panchayats.
16.
Priority in allotment of house-sites and constructed houses. 10 percent reservation of
plots and 2 percent of flats for widows and ex-Servicemen.
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17.
Sainik Rest Houses in the State. (Appendix ‘F’)
18.
Rent Control act and land tenancy act have been amended to facilitate resumption of
land/houses by ex-Servicemen.
19.
Scholarship to children of ex-Servicemen for pursuance of studies from Class IX to
Higher & Technical Education.
20.
Exemption from payment of Municipal Tax on houses of ex-Servicemen, widows and
their minor children who are not income tax payee.
21.
Allotment of Barani or Sivaichak land upto 10 acres to ex-Servicemen/Serving soldiers.
Benefits for war widows/dependents of those killed/disabled in war including casualties
of Op Pawan, Op Meghdoot, Op Rakshak, Op Rhino, aid to civil authorities, and other
OPs
22.
Preference in employment of two dependents in State Government Service.
23.
Cash grant of Rs. 10,000/- (w.e.f. 01-04-96 and upto 31-03-99)
24.
Bus fare – 75 percent concessions.
25.
Free education upto all levels. Stipends upto Rs. 400/- p.a. school level and Rs. 800/p.m. college level. This facility is only for dependents of those killed/disabled in 1962, 1965 and
1971 wars.
26.
Irrigated land 25 Bighas in canal area.
Benefits - OP VIJAY
27.
Employment to be provided to widow or her son or unmarried daughter with a right to be
exercised by the widow to keep her option for employment open till the child grows and
becomes eligible for service.
28.
For permanently incapacitated battle casualties employment would also be provided to
himself or a dependent.
29.
Rs. 25,000/- + 25 Bighas of land or 4 Lacs in lieu of land to disabled soldiers.
30.
Following compensation was announced:(a)
(b)
(c)
Rs. 1 lac+25 bighas land in IGNP would be given to the widows.
Or
Rs. 1 Lac + MIG Housing Board House.
Or
Rs. 5 Lacs
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31.
Parents of the deceased to be given Rs. 1-2 Lac fixed deposit in small savings in
monthly income schemes.
32.
School going children to get Rs. 1,800/- as scholarship per year. This will be Rs. 3,600/for students of college, Technical, Medical, Engineering. This scholarship will be given by
Education Department.
33.
Free education for children in Government school, College, Technical Education,
Medical & Engineering.
34.
A school will be re-named on the name of the martyr soldier.
35.
One agricultural electric connection would be given out of turn by the RSEB for any land
which is in the name of widow.
36.
Free Roadways pass will be issued for widow and dependent children.
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EX-SERVICEMEN CONTRIBUTORY HEALTH SCHEME (ECHS)
INTRODUCTION
1.
Retired Armed Forces Pensioners so far did not have a comprehensive medicare
shceme, as compared to and available to other Central Government Employees. Interim
treatment of minor natural (garden diseases) was provided at service hospitals and MI Rooms,
but often these hospitals got overloaded. To provide some relief, AGI (MBS) was introduced in
Apr 91and AFGIS (MIS) in 1995; however, they covered only specific high cost
Surgery/treatment for a limited number of diseases. Due to certain limitations of these
schemes, to cater to the need of pensioners of the Armed Forces, and thereby decrease the in
and out patient load on service hospitals.
2.
Based on this noble aim, and after detailed deliberations, a comprehensive scheme has
taken shape as the Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS), authorized vide
Government of India, Ministry of Defence letter No.22 (I) 01/US/D (Res) dated 30 Dec 2002
with the advent of this scheme, Ex-Servicemen pensioners who were Only entitled for
treatment in service hospital will now be authorized for treatment, not only in service hospitals,
but also n those civil/private hospitals which are specifically empanelled with the ExServicemen Contributory Health Scheme.
3.
ECHS is a comprehensive medical care scheme covering all diseases including cardiac,
renal, joint replacement, cancer and many others. It provides benefits to the complete
spectrum of ESM pensioners settled in far-flung areas of the country, through a network of 227
polyclinic (104 in Military Stations and 123 in Non Military Stations). This will, in turn, reduce
the load on Military Hospital, since the exclusive polyclinic facility will be located in nominated
districts and closer to Ex-Servicemen pensioners.
4.
An important aspect of ECHS is that, it not only covers the ESM pensioner, but also
family pensioners & widows who are in receipt of pension – thereby ensuring their medical
care, even in absence of the pensioner. The chapter on “Eligibility” lays down who all are
eligible to join the Scheme. The twin conditions are that, prospective member must be an
Ex-Servicemen who has served in the Armed Forces of India in any rank, and be in receipt
of pension/family pension/disability pension paid by Government. The intended purpose is
to provide succour to pensioners, their wives, and widows & authorized dependants & bring
ECHS in line with medical schemes applicable to Center Government employees of other
categories. Correct adherence to laid down procedures will ensure that the system is not
misused or overloaded. Comprehensive account of Frequently Asked Questions related to
ECHS is at Appendix “A”
5.
To provide comprehensive, quality and timely medical care (covering all possible
diseases) to ESM pensioners and their dependants, and to widows and family pensioners in
receipt of pension, through out-patient facilities at 227 all-India polyclinics, and in-patient
treatment through service hospitals and empanelled civil hospitals/facilities.
ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS
1.
Entitlement for ECHS. The Scheme caters for medicare to all ESM in receipt of
pension or disability pension, as also his/her dependants, which includes wife/husband,
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legitimate children and wholly dependant parents. The family/special family pension. Defintion:
(a)
Ex-Servicemen pensioner. Any person who has served in any rank (whether as
Combatant or as Non-Combatant) in the regular Army, Navy and Air Force of the Indian
Union, and fulfills the following conditions: (i)
Who has retired form such service after earning his/her pension
(ii)
Who has been released from such service, on medical grounds
attributable to military service, or in circumstances beyond his/her control, and is
in receipt of disability pensions.
(iii)
(iv)
It includes personnel of the Territorial Army of the following categories: (aa)
Pension holders for continuous embodied service.
(ab)
Persons with disability attributable to military service.
(ac)
Gallantry award winners.
The following are also included: (aa)
Members of the military Nursing Service (MINS).
(ab) Whole time officers (WTOs) of National Cadet Corps (NCC) who
are Ex-Servicemen/NOK, and are in receipt of pension/disability
pension/family pension.
(ac) 558 Emergency Commissioned Officers (ECOs) Short Service
Commissioned Officers (SSCOs) who were permanently absorbed in
National Cadet Corps as Whole Time Officers (WTOs) after their release
form the Armed Forces. Since these
officers meet the twin conditions described at para4 if Chapter 1, they are
eligible.
(ad) Service officers who, prior to completing their pensionable service,
joined PSUs like Air India, Indian Airlines, Pawan Hans, and Shipping
Corporation of India, in organizational interest, and Govt had sanctioned
pension to these officers on apro-rata-bass. On secondment or transfer to
PSU these officers received their pension either as lumpsum on full
communication, or on monthly basis. For those who commuted full
amount, the monthly pension was to be restored at 43% after 15 year form
their date of retirement on pro-rata basis. Hence they would be deemed to
comply with the condition of being in receipt of pension from Defence
authorities. However, following additional conditions will have to be
complied with by these ESM pensioners: -
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(aaa) A mandatory certificate will have to be endorsed in their
Affidavit stating that, “I certify that Iam NOT a member of any
other Govt/PSU Medical Health Scheme”
(aab) The contribution amount for enrolling as member of ECHS
will be based on the rank held by the individual at the time of
release and NOT on the restored pension amount. The amount will
be similar to the current basic pension of the rank held at the time
of retirement. (For example if the individual retired as a Lt
Col/Commander/Wing Commander, he will be required to deposit
contribution through MRO as per current Basic pension of this rank)
(aac) Each case will be considered on its merits.
(c)
Family Pension. Implies the legally wedded spouse of an Armed Forces
personnel, whose name figures in the service records of the personal and whose
husband/wife (as the case may be) has died either while in service or after
retirement and granted family pension. This term also includes a child or children
drawing family pension on the death of his/her pension drawing father/mother, as
also parents of a deceased bachelor soldier, who are in receipt of family pension.
2.
Eligibility Status for Dependants. The following categories qualify to be called
dependants: (a)
Parents. Father and Mother of the pensioner shall be deemed to be dependant if
they are normally residing with the ESM pension and their combined income from all
sources is less than Rs.1500/- per month.
(b)
Spouse.
(i)
Legally wedded Spouse.
(ii)
Name should be in the records of service.
(iii)
Legally separated spouse is included as long as the ESM pensioner is
responsible for her maintenance. In case spouse remarries, then he/she is not
entitled.
(iv)
If the spouse is employed in Govt service then he/she can only be a
member of any one Govt/Public sector medical benefits scheme and not a
second one.
(v)
If a war widow remarries then only she is eligible. Her husband, however,
will NOT be eligible.
(vi)
In case the ESM pensioner marries after retirement, following documents
will be required as proof for dependency of wife: -
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(aa) Marriage certificate from authorized Registrar of Marriage/Municipal
Committee.
(ab) Application from will have to be submitted for enrolling the spouse
as a dependant.
(c)
Daughter(s)
(i)
Her/their details must exist in the service record of the pensioner.
(ii)
Unmarried and unemployed daughter must be dependant on the
pensioner.
(iii)
Married and or employed daughter are NOT entitled.
(iv)
Widowed daughter who are dependant on the pensioner and whose
income from all sources is less than Rs.1500/- per Month are entitled.
(v)
Daughter with permanent mental or physical disability, irrespective of
age/medical condition.
(vi)
Divorced daughter are entitled, when solely dependent on the pensioner,
and whose income from all sources is less than Rs.1500/- per month.
(vii) In case where daughter is born after the pensioner, s retirement, following
documents will be required to enable the child to be declared as a dependant
and to become entitled to ECHS benefits: -
(d)
(aa)
Birth Certificate
(ab)
Submission of application form to enrol as a dependant.
Sons
(i)
His/their details must be included in the pensioners record of Service.
(ii)
Unemployed sons up to 25 years.
(iii)
Sons suffering from permanent Physical or mental disability irrespective of
age limit or medical condition.
(iv)
In case where the son is born after the pensioner’s retirement the
following document will be required as proof of dependency:(aa)
Birth Certificate.
(ab)
Submission of additional application form to enrol as a dependant.
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3.
Pension. For the purposes of eligibility for the ECHS, the word “ Pension” implies any
type of pension received from the government/Civil Services Estimate/Defence Service
Estimate and paid by the Controller of Defence Accounts (Pension) or his subordinate offices.
4.
Specific Conditions for Continuance of Eligibility. In case an ESM pensioner
(meal/female) has declared his/her parents as dependants, they shall continue to receive
ECHS benefits for their lifetime, Subject only to the condition that their joint income does not
exceed Rs.15000/- Per Month from all sources. In the event of the pensioner’s death, the
widow shall be covered as she will start drawing family pension – but, her parents will NOT
become eligible as dependants. However, parents of the deceased pensioner, if already
enrolled as dependants, would continuant enjoy benefits of the ECHS in the event of death of
their ESM pensioner son/daughter, provided their joint income does not exceed Rs.15000/- per
month.
5.
Persons NOT Eligible under ECHS. The following are NOT eligible for becoming a
member of ECHS: (a)
Gorkha pensioners of Nepal domicile.
(b)
Whole time NCC officers who do not meet the twin conditions referred to under
para-4 Chapter 1.
(c)
Ex-ECOs/SSCOs who do not meet twin condition referred to at para-4 Chapter 1.
(e)
Legally divorced spouse.
(f)
Married and/or employed daughters.
(g)
Parents of widow/war widow.
(h)
Husband of a remarried war widow.
OPERATIONALSING THE SCHEME
1.
Inception. The scheme was launched w.e.f.01 Apr 2003 vide Gol letter No.22
(I)/01/US/D (Res) dated 30 Dec 2002. Naturally an Ex Servicemen Contributory Health
Scheme of this magnitude needed detailed planning and deliberation to ensure that it took off
in an efficient and fool proof manner. A large number of procedures, including financial ones
were required to be written out and approved by MOD. This was to enable the organization to
commence sending ECHS members to empanelled diagnostic facilities, specialists and private
hospitals. It must be remenderd that thatECHS is an entirely public funded scheme
underwritten by the GOI/MOD and hence, all rules, regulations, procedures and administrative
controls require mandatory approval of Ministry of Defence before the Scheme is made fully
operational/functional. ECHS has to be fully established within five years, i.e, by 31 March
2008.
2.
Time Frame for Operationalisation of ECHS. The ECHS will be progressively
operationalised at 104 Military Station and 123 Non Military Stations, the only limiting factor
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during the interim period till 31 March 2008 being, the speed with which the infrastructure can
come up.
3.
In the initial period till 31 Dec 2003, after members have made requisite payment, they
could not be issued membership Smart Card, as the system was not fully operationalised.
During this interim period, emergency treatment of ECHS members has been undertaken
through Service Hospitals as per an “Interim procedure”.
4.
Action to launch the Scheme commenced w.e.f. 01 Apr 2003 and will continue in a
phased manner till it is fully effective in the next five Year, i.e. by mar 2008. In the current year
(2003-2004) only 95 polyclinics are envisaged to be made operational. In subsequent year, the
remaining polyclinics will be made functional as per a phased plan of construction.
5.
Also for the first time, a Smart Card system will be introduced for ECHS. This will not
only facilitate smooth running of the Scheme, but also ensure irrefutable biometric identification
(through fingerprinting), thus preventing fraud. These cards will also enable members to enjoy
full benefits of the Scheme.
MEMBERSHIP – PROCEDURE FOR ENROLMENT
1.
All Armed Forces new pensioners retiring on or April 2003 will be Compulsory
members of ECHS, whereas those previous pensioners who retired on or before March 2003
can exercise their option to be become members of the Scheme till31 Mar 2008. Such
Previous pensioners joining the Scheme will forfeit their medical allowance of Rs.100/- pm,
presently admissible as part of pension. Non-ECHS members will continue to get medical
allowance or minor treatment for garden diseases as at present, from existing MH/SMC (as
entitled members only) subject to availability bed space, medicines, doctors etc. They cannot
be treated at per with those ESM members; latter shall be given full range of treatment for all
categories of diseases in MH and /or empanelled Hospitals /Diagnostic Center. Non-ECHS
members also cannot avail treatment in ECHS polyclinics.
2.
It is stipulated by Government orders that one individual cannot become a member of
two Govt/PSU scheme. He/She has to cancel membership of the other scheme, in case opting
for the ECHS. If any facts are concealed, membership of this Scheme will be denied. This
mainly applies to those pensioners who, after retirement, have joined some other Government
Service/PUS
3.
To acquire membership of ECHS, the ESM pensioner has to follow the undermentioned
steps: (a)
Collect Application Form.
(b)
Payment of Contribution by MRO.
©
Provision of Affidavit (sample given in Application Form)
(i)
Fill up Application form.
(j)
Submission of completed Application Form.
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(k)
Collection of ECHS Smart Card on intimation.
4.
Collection of Application Forms. Application Form (For enrolment into ECHS) is an
unnumbered, self-explanatory form which is provided free of cost wherever possible. These
forms are available at all Army Station HQs, all Navy/Air Force Station, and Rajya Sainik Board
Offices. For those having access to the Internet they can also down load the Application from
website www.indianarmy.nic.in.arechs.hmt or www.infoundation .org or htpp://Indian air
force.nic.in. The form consists of the following, which needs to be checked while collecting the
same: (a)
Application Form
-
10 Pages
(b)
Format for Affidavit
-
01 Pages
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Receipt for document
-
01 Pages
(d)
Instructions
-
03 Pages
(e)
Blank MRO
-
04 Pages
5.
Contribution. All ESM pensioners are required to make a one-time contribution based
on their basic monthly pension (excluding DA). A concession has been made in respect of
pre-31 March 2003 retirees, who can pay their contribution in three consecutive, equal yearly
instalments.
6.
Affidavit. All ESM are required to make a declaration of their dependant children, and
changes if any, through an Affidavit. Also they have to declare that they are NOT members of
any other Govt/PUS Medical Scheme. Format of the Affidavit is given in the Application Form
and is to be executed on anon-judicial stamp paper of Rs.10/- and attested by a Magistrate or
public Notary. The Affidavit is a legal document and, in case of misuse of ECHS benefits,
submission of fraudulent information, or any other misdemeanour, ECHS has the right to take
legal action. Photographs of all dependants are required to be pasted on the original Affidavit,
which is tobe submitted to Station HQ (Army) or it designated offices along with the completed
Application Form.
7.
Filling up Application Form. Detailed instructions are given in the Application From.
Also, welfare Officers at all Air Force Stations, and similar pensioners in filing up the
application forms. While filling, care must be taken that name(s) of dependants (s) tally with
service document/records. All columns rejected. The form is required to be legible and filed in
Black ink and in Capital letter only. Passport size photographs of the pensioner, spouse,
children and dependant(s) – as the case may be – are to be affixed at appropriate
boxes/places in the form.
8.
Submission of Completed Application Form. Designated Station Headquarters
(Army/Navy/Air Force) at specified locations are the only authorized collection points.
Pensioners are required to personally report to their nearest Station HQs with the completed
application from, along with original/photocopy of the following documents. Dependants are
NOT required to accompany pensioners during this process: -
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(a)
Pension Payment Order (PPO) duly attested by Bank/Treasury from where
pension is being drawn, or endorsed by CDA in original, and is shown to checking staff
at the time of submission of Application Form.
(b)
Discharge Book/Service Certificate.
(c)
Two passport size photographs each of the pensioners, and dependants who are
proposed to be enrolled as ECHS members/dependants, are to be attached. (Paste one
copy of each photo on indicated places in the application form, and one copy each on
the Affidavit)
(d)
Attach original copy of the Military Receivable Order (MRO) to the Application
Forms as proof of deposit of contribution. This is not required to be done in case of
direct deduction of contribution through PPO by CDA (Pension).
(e)
Affidavit duly notarized in original
(f)
Ex-Servicemen Identity Card Original to be shown for verification to the Station
HQ, photocopy is NOT required to be submitted.
9.
Receipt, scrutiny and verification of the form is a legal requirement to prevent fraudulent
entry of non-entitled personnel. Nominated officers at collection points will collect the
completed application form, compare originals with photocopies, verify all documents provided
by the pensioners and then hand over the a Receipt to the ESM. Original PPO, Ex-Servicemen
Identity Card and any other documents will be returned. Detailed vetting and verification shall
be undertaken subsequently, which may take 15 days to two months, depending on the
information to be sought. An ESM pensioner is only considered as a member once he/she is
issued a valid ECHS membership Smart Card.
10.
Collection of the Smart Card. The applicant will be intimated the date of collection by
concerned Stn HQ, and is then required to produce original Receipt for documents in order to
collect his/her Smart Card in person. ECHS Smart Card will NOT be dispatched by post or
handed over to any representative of the Application. ESM shall be issued minimum one card
for the whole family, and two Add-on-cards, if desired. This choice is to be included in the
Application form.
11.
Steps for becoming a member of ECHS – (Procedure for Retirees before 31 March
2003).
(a)
Step 1
(i)
Collect computerized
Army/Navy/Air Force.
application
form
nearest
Station
(ii)
Forms
can
also
be
downloaded
from
Internet
www.indianarmy.nic.in/arechs.htm or Navy/Air Force website.
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HQs
of
website
(b)
Step 2
(i)
Pensioners to report personally to any of the station Headquarters listed
at Annexure to Appendix ‘A’ with completed application form along with the
original and photocopy of the following documents: (aa) PPO duly attested by Bank/Treasury from which drawing pension,
or a certificate from DPDO/Treasury (as per format) in case ESM is
drawing pension from DPDO/Treasury. The certificate must be signed by
DPDO/Treasury Officer, and will suffice in lieu of PPO.
(ab)
Discharge book/Discharge certificate for PBOR.
(ac) Original copy of Military Receivable Order (MRO) as a proof of
deposit of contribution.
(ad)
Affidavit duly notarized, in original only.
(ae) Retired Officers Identity Card (Photocopy not required to be
attached).
(c)
Step 3
(i)
Application to come in person to Station Headquarters when informed for
collection of ECHS membership SMART Card. Application to produce Receipt of
documents, as proof of his/her identity. Smart Card(s) will NOT be handed over
to any representative.
(ii)
Card to be kept carefully as it is the only passport to entitled treatment
under the Scheme.
(d)
Step 4
(i)
Use the Polyclinics facilities.
(ii)
It is mandatory for members and dependants to report to nearest
Polyclinic along with SMART Card within 120 days, for one-time initial
Registration. The Smart Card will always be required to be produced there after
to avail treatment at a polyclinic/empanelled hospital.
(iii)
ECHS Smart Card will NOT be activated for use, unless above
Registration is done.
(iv)
The Smart Card is the member/dependant(s) proof of identity and
authorization for ECHS benefits, and hence, will always have to be produced.
12.
Procedure For Becoming Members of ECHS – (Retirees On or After 01 Apr 2003.
New Application form (ECHS Med – 2003) has been introduced into service for all ranks
retiring w.e.f. 01 Apr 2003 and for whom the Scheme is compulsory. The form have been
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provided to AG/PS-4 for inclusion in the Brochure issued to Restring officers; similar forms
have also been provided to Naval and Air Headquarters for issue ton their retiring personnel.
Sample copies have also been sent to all Record Offices of the Army, through inspectorate of
Records, to commodore Bureau of Sailors (CABS) of Navy and to Air Force Record Office
Delhi Cantt, for PBOR. All Service will make their own arrangements for printing and issue of
forms to retiring JCOs/OR and equivalent. The new forms have been now introduced w.e.f. 01
Jan 2004.
13.
Record Offices will also forward these forms by post to those pensioners who have
retired between 01 Apr 03 and 31 Dec 2003, and direct them to follow the procedure of
submission given in General instructions. In addition, those retirees whose ECHS contribution
amount has NOT been directly deducted by CDA (Pension) in their PPO will be required to
deposit their contribution amount through MRO only, in any authorized bank. They will be
required to attach original copy of MRO as a proof of remitting their contribution. In case this is
not done, ECHS Membership is not valid.
14.
Station–Wise Responsibility for Receipt and Scrutiny/Verification of ECHS
Application Forms
(c)
Navy
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
(vii)
(d)
Kochi
Vishakhapatnam
Cuttack
Port Blair
Karwar
Balasore
Mumbai Upnagar
Air Force
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
(vii)
(viii)
(ix)
(x)
Bangalore
Nagpur
Coimbatore
Kanpur
Jorhat
Sirsa
Gorakhpur
Saharanpur
Faridabad
Hindon
(c)
Army. All other Military Station less those at Para14 (a) and (b) above. For the
purposes of receipt and scrutiny of application forms, all Ex-Servicemen shall be treated
at par. Any Ex-Servicemen reporting at any designated Military Station Headquarters,
no matter which service he is from, his/her documents will be accepted and scrutinized.
15.
Advantages of Becoming an ECHS Member. The advantages of becoming an ECHS
member are as under: -
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(a)
The Scheme will provide comprehensive medicare to all ESM pensioners, their
widows and authorized dependants, and is within easy reach.
(b)
It will cover complete spectrum of ESM settled in far flung areas, through a
network of polyclinics in Military and Non-Military Station.
(c)
The scheme is fully financed by the Government.
(d)
There will be a network of 227 polyclinics, i.e.104 Military and 123 Non Military
Station polyclinics, based entirely on density of ESM in various regions. The number of
polyclinics may increase in subsequent years.
(e)
This arrangement will be reduce load on Service Hospital, as there will be an
exclusive facility located along side service hospitals.
(f)
There will be civil empanelled hospitals as there will be an exclusive facility
located along side service hospitals.
(g)
The doctors at polyclinics will provide required outpatient treatment and
medicines, free of cost.
(h)
For further treatment, an ECHS patient will be referred initially to a service
hospital and, in case of non-availability of bedspace/treatment, he will then be sent to a
civil empanelled hospital. The ECHS member will be provided treatment, medicines and
ward facilities as per entitlement.
(j)
The procedure for dealing with an ECHS member or his/her dependants in
Service Hospitals will be the same as for serving soldiers and their dependants.
(k)
The ECHS patient can also be referred to the desired empanelled
hospital/diagnostic center/consultant as per choice of the ECHS patient in case of nonavailability of treatment in service hospital. The ECHS member alone will have the right
to make the selection of desired civil empanelled hospital and will NOT be influenced by
any doctor.
(l)
An ECHS member does not have to clear bills or make payment (except for
dietary charges) either on admission or when discharged from the empanelled hospital.
The empanelled hospitals will be paid directly by the concerned Station Headquarters
ob behalf of ECHS.
(n)
It covers all diseases.
(m)
An ECHS member who possesses a valid Smart Card can avail of treatment at
any ECHS polyclinic any where in India.
(o)
There is not restriction on age or medical condition at the time of seeking
membership of the scheme.
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16.
Contribution ECHS is a contributory scheme. On retirement, each pensioner (w.e.f. 01
Apr 2003) will compulsorily become members, either by paying a one-time contribution or in
three consecutive yearly installments. Contribution will be according to the table given below.
Basic
Uncommuted
Pension
(Excluding
DA
&
Disability)
Up to RS.1500/Rs.1501 - 3000/Rs. 3001 - 5000/Rs. 5001 – 7500/Above Rs.7500/-
Rate
of
Subscription
one
time
Rs.1, 800/Rs. 4, 800/Rs. 8 400/Rs. 12, 000/Rs. 18, 000/-
18.
Ex-Servicemen pensioners who make payment in three consecutive yearly installments
will be issued an ECHS Membership smart Card with initial validity for one year only. The
validity of the card for the second and third years would be extended only after the ExServicemen pensioner has paid and given proof of deposit of second and third instalments.
ECHS benefits will be extended to him/her and dependants only thereafter.
Medical Facilities
22.
Facilities in 104 military stations are being progressively upgraded. In 123 non-military
stations, new polyclinics will be established progressively. 36 such augmented clinics Armed
Forces Clinics (AFCs) and 10 Dental Clinics have already been established in military stations
by Service Headquarters from their welfare funds. These will continue to provide support to
pensioners, while new ECHS Polyclinics are being established/constructed.
23.
Eligible members of the Scheme can go to the nearest ECHS Polyclinic/AFC along with
their SMART CARDS to avail treatment (till issue of Smart Cards Reciept may be utilized). In
the interim, till ECHS procedures are formalized, ECHS members may approach any Service
Hospital to be provided medical cover, under the provisions of Army HQ letter No
B/49769/AG/ECHS dated 14 July 2003 (amended on 12 August 2003).
24.
Doctors at Polyclinics will provide required outpatient treatment and medicines free of
cost. In case a prescribed medicine is not available in the Polyclinic Pharmacy, the OIC
Polyclinic or Medical Officer will procure this through Local Purchase (LP) and provide it to the
member. ECHS members will NOT be required to purchase any medicine specified for him/her
by an ECHS doctor/empanelled hospital. ECHS will NOT deal with any case of reimbursement
for medicines purchased by a member/dependant, as this is not permissible under ECHS
rules. In case any medicine is so purchased the cost will have to be borne by the member.
25.
In case further treatment is required, the patient will be referred to the nearest Service
Hospital if the treatment/bed availability exists there. At the Service Hospital, the ECHS
member will be provided free treatment & medicines and ward facilities as per his entitlement,
but will have to pay nominal hospital stoppages in cash, on being discharged from the hospital.
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The procedure for dealing with ECHS members or dependants will be the same as for serving
Soldiers & their dependants.
26. In case treatment facility/bed space does not exist/is not available in a service hospital,
the ECHS patient will be referred to the desired empanelled Hospital/Diagnostic
Center/Consultant in the city/region as per choice of the pensioner. He/she alone will have the
right to make the selection. A list of empanelled Hospitals/Diagnostic Centers and Consultants
will be available in each Polyclinic for benefit of patients. In due course this information will
also be provided on an ECHS website.
27.
All that the patient is required to do is, to go to the selected Hospital/Diagnostic Centre,
show his ECHS SMART CARD and referral form from the Polyclinic, and get treatment.
Suitable Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) will have been drawn up with empanelled Civil
Hospitals/Diagnostic Centres and Consultants to provide treatment only to those pensioners
who are referred to them from the Polyclinic, and provide proof of membership/SMART
Card.
ECHS members are NOT permitted to go directly to any empanelled
Hospitals/Diagnostic Centres/Consultant (except in emergency – see provisions in this
Brief).
28.
The ESM/dependent does not have to clear bills or make payment (except for dietary
charges) either on admission or when discharged from the Hospital/Diagnostic
Centre/Consultant, provided the cost is as per rate contract concluded with the empanelled
facility. These Hospitals/Diagnostic Centres/Consultants will be paid directly by the concerned
Station Headquarters under whose jurisdiction the clinic falls. ECHS is responsible for such
payments incurred on treatment of the entitled members – but only if the laid down procedure
is followed. If a member/dependant goes directly to a Hospital/Diagnostic Centre/Consultant,
without first having shown himself to a Polyclinic Doctor and having got referred, then ECHS
will not be held responsible for costs incurred and will not make payment to the empanelled
facility.
29.
There will be no burden of payment (except hospital stoppages in Service Hospitals,
and dietary charges in empanelled Civil Hospitals) on the ECHS member, either for medicines
or for any treatment - whether out-patient or in-patient - so long as laid down procedures are
adhered to, and rate contract concluded with the facility is not exceeded.
Treatment in Emergency
30.
In an emergency, the ECHS pensioner/eligible family members, may report to the
nearest hospital (preferably empanelled) and inform the dependant Polyclinic/Station
HQ/Regional Centre of the emergency within 48 hrs of admission. In case of admission to
an empanelled hospital, the bills will be cleared by ECHS directly. However, in case of
emergency admission to a non-empanelled hospital, the member will first clear the bills, and
thereafter put up claim for re-imbursement to the dependant ECHS Polyclinic, duly supported
with original bills. The bills will be reimbursed if ECHS is satisfied as to the reasons of
emergency and the cost of treatment availed is reasonable. The onus of proving the
emergency lies with the member and ECHS may, or may not, clear bills in entirety in the event
of doubt/misuse of emergency provisions.
Road Map for Development of ECHS Polyclinics
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33.
Ex Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS) is one amongst the many
important initiatives take by the Government & the Armed Forces to alleviate the socialeconomic needs of retired pensioners of the three Services. These essential steps are just a
small compensation to the brave soldiers who sacrifice their youth & life in the nations’ service.
34.
The ECHS scheme is a major venture and this medicare concept is being attempted for
the first time at an all India level. It is but natural that such a scheme will take time to emerge
on ground, through newly constructed and equipped Polyclinic buildings. In fact construction
of buildings, purchase of medical equipment/medicines, vehicles, generators, employment of
medical/non-medical staff will take time. Therefore, there will be a minimum period required for
stabilisation of ECHS. In the interim, provisions are being made to ensure to that ESM joining
the scheme are able to use its benefits.
35.
A road map has been charted out for progressive build up of ECHS assets within a span
of five years as per GOI letter, ie, by 31 Mar 2008, which is also linked to the progressive
release of funds by MOD. The Polyclinics where construction work is planned to commence in
FY 2003 – 04, is at 62 Polyclinics in military stations and at 33 non-military stations.
36.
There is no doubt that the ECHS is a very forward looking & comprehensive medicare
scheme, which will go a long way in providing succour to the numerous ex-servicemen
pensioners who retire each year. It caters for all types of diseases & conditions that can afflict
aged persons, as also covers problems related to the younger age dependants.
37.
This scheme is definitely in the interest of ex-service pensioners and, through the
means of this Brief and through media, it is hoped that ESM will seize the opportunity to enroll
well before the cut off date.
Important Information
38.
Some important information for pensioners/widows is summarised:(a)
To become an ECHS Member an initial contribution as per laid down rates in
mandatory. Thereafter, no payment is to be made for any medicines or treatment
provided under the scheme.
(b)
There is no restriction on the type of disease to be treated, or medicine to be
provided, to an ECHS Member within the ECHS rules.
(c)
An ECHS member can opt for a single ECHS Smart Card for him/herself and all
dependants, or one for him/herself and a maximum of two add-on cards for his/her
dependants. As the scheme stabilizes we may permit a separate card for each
dependant.
(d)
All cards will mandatorily carry fingerprints of the member and his/her entitled
dependants.
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(e)
It is mandatory to produce the ECHS Smart Card for every visit to a Polyclinic.
Without the Card, the computer at the Polyclinic will not activate the patients’
record/data, and member/dependant will be denied treatment, except in emergency. In
case a card is lost, immediately inform the issuing Station HQ/Regional Centre.
(f)
Referral to empanelled Civil Hospital / Diagnostic Centre/ Consultant, or Service
Hospital, can only be made by Polyclinic Doctor(s). ECHS Members are NOT permitted
to go directly to any of above.
(g)
Patients who are referred by the Polyclinic doctor(s) to a Service Hospital or to
an empanelled facility, must carry their membership Smart Card & the Polyclinics
Referral Card. Without these they will NOT be entertained by the Service Hospital or
the empanelled facility.
(h)
No payment to be made by members for treatment (within rate contract
concluded with Hospitals/Diagnostic Centres), or for medicines - that will be done by
ECHS. (Hospital Stoppages/Dietary charges will be paid by the patient). Since
members are not required to buy medicines or pay for treatment, requests for reimbursement will not be entertained. Medicines so bought will be at own cost.
(j)
In an emergency, an ECHS patient may be rushed directly to the nearest Service
hospital or to an empanelled hospital (if nearby). However, if empanelled hospital is not
located nearby, or it is inconvenient due to the nature of emergency, the member may
proceed to a non-empanelled hospital for treatment. He/she must, in any case, inform
the dependant Polyclinic / Station HQs / Regional Centre, of the admission within 48
hours.
(k)
An ECHS member who has a SMART Card can avail of treatment at an ECHS
Polyclinic anywhere in India. He can also go to any empanelled Civil Hospital/Diagnostic
Centre, provided he has an authorised Referral slip from an ECHS Polyclinic.
(l)
Intercity transportation will invariably be at the members’ cost, except where
he/she is moved on medical advice. Detailed policy will be issued in due course of time.
For movement within town/city limits, ECHS ambulances may be used to convey very
sick and immobile patients from an ECHS Polyclinic to the Civil Hospital/Diagnostic
Centre at the discretion of OIC Polyclinic or the Polyclinic doctors.
(m)
Service Hospitals are automatically empanelled under the ECHS. Therefore,
free treatment/medicines will be provided to ECHS members/entitled dependants,
subject to availability of bed space, treatment facility and qualified doctors. Nominal
stoppages will have to be paid in cash, before discharge.
(f)
First priority for treatment in Service Hospitals is reserved for serving personnel
and their authorised dependants. Hence ECHS members may be denied admission in
Service Hospitals, if bed space is NOT available. Also, certain types of treatment
(Cancer, Heart, hip/knee replacements, Renal etc) are not available in all Service
Hospitals – admission may be denied in those hospitals.
ECHS SMART Card & its utilization
40.
To efficiently manage the health needs of an ESM population of approx 20 lakhs, with
an average of 5 dependants per member, the ECHS would have to track and cater for a
strength of over 1 crore members. This can only be done through an electronic system, for
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which the SMSRT Card was found to be the best solution. The main purposes of the SMART
Card are:(a)
Identification and prevention of fraud. The card will carry personalized details of
the pensioner and eligible dependants. The information shall be in the form of digitized
photos and fingerprints.
(b)
Medical History Details. Details of medical history will be carried on the card so
that, in the event of emergency, the data is available. For example, the card will indicate
if patient is Diabetic, or Asthmatic, or allergic to a particular drug. This will prevent
contra medication.
Amount of expenditure
incurred on each
(c)
Medical Expenditure.
member/dependant, details of reference, hospitalisation and such like details, will be
available for use by ECHS management.
41.
It had been planned to commence issue of Cards from September 2003 onwards.
However, that shall NOT be possible, since the project is enormous, and it has not been
possible to short list a suitable vendor as on 31 August. It may take another few months for
cards to commence issue to members. We do not wish to hurry matters in view of
complexity of the task, it being a prestigious project being undertaken for the first time in the
country.
Interim Arrangements in lieu of SMART Card
42.
In the interim, till such time issue of cards commences, a pensioner who has paid
his/her contribution shall be permitted to use the Reciept provided to him by the Station
Headquarters or by Regional Centre, as authority for availing treatment under the ECHS,
for himself/herself and for his/her authorised dependants. Orders to this effect have been
passed to all Service Hospitals, and similar instructions will be passed to empanelled hospitals,
if necessary. However, with the Reciept the member shall mandatorily have to
carry/produce some other authentic document/ identification of his/her or dependants
identity.
Progress on ECHS
43.
Based on the broad policy letter issued by the GOI/MOD on 30 Dec 2002, Central
Organisation ECHS had forwarded to the MOD (between April 2003 – August 2003) a total of
11 administrative and financial procedures to implement the scheme. Of these, the following
procedures have been approved by GOI/MOD so far:(a)
Engineering Design of Polyclinics.
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(b)
Procurement of Medical Equipment for Polyclinics.
(c)
Empanelment of 431 CGHS approved Hospitals, in 27 cities, as an immediate
measure for referral/treatment of ECHS patients.
44.
Eight more procedures are yet to be approved as on 01 September 2003. Of these, the
two most important ones are – Empanelment/employment of Polyclinic Doctors, Technical and
non-medical staff; and Payment Procedures to empanelled Hospitals, staff and for other ECHS
functions. In the event that these two procedures are approved, it will permit the ECHS Central
Organisation to refer patients through Polyclinic staff to empanelled hospitals and pay for the
treatment.
45.
In the interim period, when ECHS Polyclinic buildings are under construction (as per
phased plan) in military stations, a separate building(s) will be earmarked for the Polyclinic from
where ECHS doctors will function. In non-military stations, buildings will be hired. Authorised
Medical equipment shall be provided to Polyclinics in phases – in the interim period, existing
resources of the Armed Forces shall be utilized.
Appendix
State
Andaman &
Nicobar
LIST OF 227 ECHS POLYCLINICS PLANNED UPTIL 31 MARCH 2010
Polyclinic/Station
Port Blair
Chittoor, East Godavari, Guntur, Hyderabad, Krishna, Ongole,
Andhra Pradesh Rangareddy, Vishakhapatnam, West Godavari
Arunachal
Pradesh
Assam
Jorhat, Gauhati, Masimpur
Bihar
Bhojpur, Chappra, Danapur, Darbangha, Gaya, Muzaffarpur, Singhbum
Chandigarh (UT) Chandigarh
Chattisgarh
Delhi NCR
Delhi, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Hindon, NOIDA
Goa
Panjim
Gujarat
Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Vadodra
Ambala, Bhiwani, Chandimandir, Fatehabad, Hissar, Jhajjar, Jind, Kaithal,
Karnal, Kurukshetra, Narnaul, Panipat, Rewari, Rohtak, Sirsa, Sonipat,
Haryana
Yamunanagar
Himachal
Pradesh
Bilaspur, Chamba, Dharamsala, Hamirpur, Mandi, Una, Shimla, Solan
Jammu &
Baramulla, Doda, Jammu, Janglot, Leh, Poonch, Rajauri, Samba, Srinagar,
Kashmir
Udhampur
Jharkhand
Ranchi
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Bangalore (U) Urban, Bangalore (R) Rural, Belgaum, Bijapur, Dharwad,
Karwar, Madikeri, Mangalore, Mysore
Allepy, Kannanur. Kochi, Kottayam, Kozhikode, Malappuram, Palakkad,
Pathanmitha, Quilon, Trissur, Trivandrum
Akola, Alibagh, Amravati, Aurangabad, Buldana, Jalgaon, Kohlapur, Latur,
Mumbai, Mumbai (U) Upnagar, Nagpur, Deolali, Osmanabad, Pune,
Maharashtra
Ratnagiri, Sangli, Satara, Sholapur, Sindhudurg, Thane
Manipur
Imphal
Meghalya
Shillong
Mizoram
Aizwal
Madhya Pradesh Bhind, Bhopal, Gwalior, Mhow, Jabalpur, Morena, Rewa, Sagar
Nagaland
Mokokchung, Kohima
Orissa
Balasore, Behrampur, Cuttack
Amritsar, Bhatinda, Faridkot, Fatehgarh, Firozpur, Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur,
Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Ludhiana, Mansa, Moga, Muktsar, Pathankot,
Punjab
Ropar, Sangrur
Ajmer, Alwar, Barmer, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Churu, Jaipur, Jaisalmer,
Jhunjhunu, Jodhpur, Kota, Nagaur, Pali, Sikar, Sawai Madhopur,
Sriganganagar, Udaipur
Rajasthan
The following New ECHS Polyclinics have been approved in May 2010.
Neem Ka Thana(Sikar), Shergarh (Jodhpur), Dausa, Sanganer(Jaipur),
Bhuwana(Jhunjhunu), Bhilwara, Suratgarh(Hanumangarh), Dungarpur,
Rajsamand, Rajgarh (Churu), Chirawa (Jhunjhunu), Behror (Alwar).
Sikkim
Gangtok
Chennai, Coimbatore, Dharampuri, Dindigul, Guddalore, Kanyakumari,
Kanchipuram, Madurai, Nagapattinam, Salem, Thanjavur, Theni,
Thiruvannamalai, Thiruvalur, Tiruchi, Tirunaveli, Tuticorin, Vellore,
Tamilnadu
Villupuram, Virudhnagar, Wellington
Tripura
Agartala
Agra, Allahabad, Aligarh, Azamgarh, Badaun, Ballia, Bareilly, Bulandshahr,
Deoria, Etah, Etawah, Faizabad, Fatehgarh, Fatehpur, Firozabad,
Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Jalaun, Jhansi, Kanpur, Kanpur (D) Dehat, Lucknow,
Mainpuri, Mathura, Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Pratapgarh, Rai Bareilly,
Uttar Pradesh
Saharanpur, Shahajanpur, Sultanpur, Varanasi
Uttaranchal
Almora, Chamoli, Dehradun, Lansdowne, Nainital, Pauri Garhwal,
Pithoragarh, Raiwala
24 Parganas, Bengdubi, Burdwan, Darjeeling, Howrah, Kolkatta,
West Bengal
Krishnanagar, Midnapore
Karnataka
Kerala
NOTE :
This list may be updated in future & number of Polyclinics increased.
New Clinic locations may be added, based on fresh Ex-servicemen
pensioner census inputs.
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APPENDIX ‘A’
(Refers to Para 3 of Chapeter 1)
LOCATION OF DEPTT OF SAINIK WALFARE/RAJYA SAINIK BOARDS
Sl
N
o
1
No of Office/ District
ZSBs
Name, Designation & Address
Telephone No.
23
Deptt of Sainik
Welfare
040-23454679 (O)
24736890(O)
27642038(R)
2
00
Deptt of Relief,
Rehabilitation &
Settlement
3
10
Deptt of Sainik
Wefare
4
09
Deptt of Sainik
Welfare
5
05
Dte of Sainik
Welfare
6
00
Rajya Sainik
Board
ANDHRA PRADESH
Shri N Purnachandra Rao, IPS
Director
Deptt of Sainik Welfare
Block IV, II Floor
Gruhakalpa Complex, MJ Road,
Nampally, Hyderabad - 500 001
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
Shri TT Gamdik
Director
Directorate Relief, Rehabilitation
& Settlement
Govt of Arunachal Pradesh
New Itanagar - 791110
ASSAM
Col (Retd) DK Chakrabarty
Director
Directorate of Sainik Welfare
Sainik Bhavan, Lachit Nagar
Guwahati - 781 007 (Assam)
BIHAR
A K Khandewal
Director
Sainik Kalyan Nideshalaya
Home Deptt, Old Secretariat,
Barrack No.10, Patna - 800015
CHHATTISGARH
Brig (Retd) RL Singh
Director
Department of Sainik Welfare,
Chhattisgarh
Near Collectorate
Raipur - 492 001
GOA
Maj (Retd) Venugopal Nair
Secretary
Deptt of Sainik Welfare
Collectorate Building
Panaji - 403 001
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0360-2212282 (O)
2290778(R)
0361-2544229(O)
2412196(R)
2544229(F)
0612-2224637(O)
2280333(R)
0771-2445165 (O)
0771-2250688 (R)
0771-2445165 (F)
0832-2227138 (O)
2453894 (R)
2227138 (F)
7
05
Deptt of Sainik
Welfare and
Resettlement
8
19
Rajya Sainik
Board
9
10
Deptt of Sainik
Welfare
10
10
Deptt of Sainik
Welfare
11
04
Deptt of Sainik
Welfare
12
11
Deptt of Sainik
Welfare
13
14
Deptt of Sainik
Welfare
14
28
Deptt of Sainik
GUJARAT
Lt Col (Retd) Kishor Singh Gohil
Director
Directorate of Sainik Welfare and
Resettlement, Gujarat State,
Block No. 6, 3rd Floor, Old
Sachivalaya
Dr
Jivaraj Mehta Bhavan
Gandhinagar - 382 010
HARYANA
Brig (Retd) MS Beniwal
Secretary
Rajya Sainik Board
Sainik Bhawan, Sector 12
Shaheed Capt Rohit Kaushal Marg
Panchkula - 134 109 (Haryana)
HIMACHAL PRADESH
Brig (Retd) Vijay Kumar Sharma
(Additional Charge)
Director
Deptt of Sainik Welfare
Govt of Himachal Pradesh
Hamirpur - 177 001
JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Brig (Retd) KS Kotwal
Director
Deptt of Sainik Welfare
Ambphalla, Jammu - 180 005 (J & K)
JHARKHAND
Brig (Retd) VB Bali
Director
Sainik Kalyan Nideshalaya
Ranchi (Jharkhand)
KARNATAKA
Col CM Uthaiah (Retd)
Director
Deptt of Sainik Welfare &
Resettlement
Field Marshal
KM Cariappa Bhavan
No 58,
Fd Mshl K M Cariappa Road
Bangalore - 560 025
KERALA
Shri KK Govindan Nair
Director
Deptt of Sainik Welfare, Vikas
Bhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram - 695033
MADHYA PRADESH
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079- 23251295 (O)
23251296 (O)
23251297 (O)
23251298 (O)
23251294 (F)
0172-2560462(O)
2560462(F)
01972-224659
225643(F)
0191-2546213
2464151(R)
2546292(F)
0651-2330178
2208957(R)
2403230(F)
080-25589459
25420507(R)
25589459(F)
0471-2304980
2472401(R)
2304980(F)
0471-2329279(R)
0755-2553992(O)
Welfare
15
26
Deptt of Sainik
Welfare
16
02
Rajya Sainik
Board
17
01
Dte of Sainik
Welfare
18
02
Deptt of Sainik
Welfare
19
04
Rajya Sainik
Board
20
06
Rajya Sainik
Board
21
17
Deptt of Sainik
Brig (Retd) Randeep Vikram Singh
Director
Deptt of Sainik Welfare
Southern Shopping Centre
Guru Teg Bahadur Complex
TT Nagar, P.B.NO 364, Bhopal 462003
MAHARASHTRA
Col (Retd) Suhas
Director
Deptt of Sainik Welfare
Maharashtra State ‘Raigad’,
Opposite National War Memorial,
Solapur Road
Ghorpadi, Pune - 411 001
MANIPUR
Lt Col (Retd) H Sarat Singh
Secretary
Rajya Sainik Board
Sainik Rest House
Lamphelpet - Imphal
Oppo. Lamphel Police Station
Imphal - 795 004 (Manipur)
MEGHALAYA
Brig WJB Sturgeon, YSM, SM
Director
Directorate of Sainik Welfare
Public Service Commission Building
Beyond DC Building
Shillong - 793 001
MIZORAM
Col (Retd) John Zama, SM
Director
Deptt of Sainik Welfare & Res,
Tuikual ‘A’, PB No. 119
Aizawl - 796 001
NAGALAND
Lt Col (Retd) SI Jakhalu
Secretary
Rajya Sainik Board
Home Deptt, Home Branch
Nagaland Civil Sectt.
Kohima - 797 001
ORISSA
Col (Retd) Pradipta Kumar Das
Secretary Rajya Sainik Board
Nageswar Tangi
Lewis Road
Bhubaneshwar - 751 002
PUNJAB
165
2748008(R) 07552553992(F)
020-26332763(O)
26332764(O)
26336401(O)
26850637(R)
26332764(F)
26330664(F)
03852-2310476 (O)
224750(R)
0364-2225613 (O)
PABX-224201 Extn2511 2504833(R)
0364-2227913 (F)
(CM’s Office)
0389-2322732(O)
2322732 (F)
2325811 (R)
0370- 2270029(O)
2221991(R)
2270029(F)
0674-2432268
2430015 (R)
0172-701845 706014
Welfare
22
17
23
03
24
25
25
00
26
14
27
65
Brig (Retd) JS Jaswal, VrC, SM
Director
Dte of Sainik Welfare, Punjab
Punjab Sainik Bhawan, Sector 21-D
Chandigarh - 160 022
Sainik Kalyan
Vibhag
RAJASTHAN
Brig S K Sharma
Nideshak
Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat Building
North Block, Jaipur - 302 005
Rajya Sainik
SIKKIM
Board
Lt Col (Retd) PB Gurung
Secretary
Rajya Sainik Board, Sikkim
Paljor Stadium Road
Gangtok - 737 101
Deptt of Sainik
TAMIL NADU
Welfare
Ex Capt S Dhwarakhanathan
(Additional Charge)
Additional Director
Dte of Ex-Servicemen’s Welfare
22, Raja Muthiah Salai, Choolai
Chennai - 600 003
Rajya Sainik
TRIPURA
Board
Lt Col (Retd) Mohit Ghosh
Secretary
Rajya Sainik Board
Nehru Office Complex
Gorkhabasti, P.O. Kunjaban
West Tripura
Agartala - 799 006
Dte of Sainik
UTTARANCHAL
Kalyan Evam
Brig (Retd) Prem Sadan Bahukhandi,
Punarvas
YSM
Director
Sainik Kalyan Evam Punarvas
Chandel Bhawan, Ajabpur Kalan
Anjali Vihar
Dehradun - 248121
Sainik Kalyan
UTTAR PRADESH
Evam Punarvas Maj Gen VK Jain(Retd)
Director
Dte of Sainik Kalyan Evam Punarvas
PO Box No.-290
Cariappa Bhawan, Kaiserbagh
Lucknow - 226 001
166
740991(R)
2707345(F)
0141-2227897(O)
0141-2227650(O)
0141-2227650(F)
03592-222534(O)
221456(O)
222156
231896(R)
221456(F)
044-26691886 (O)
044-26691747 (O)
044-22331052(R)
044-26691886(F)
0381-2326507 (O)
0381-2228910(R)
0381-2325304(F) in
GA (Political) office
0135-2673014(O)
0135-2679535(O)
0135-2665092(R)
0135-2673014(F)
0522-2625354(O)
2625354(F)
2209171(N)
2229810(F)
28
10
Rajya Sainik
Board
WEST BENGAL
Col (Retd) Shivaji Chakravarty
Secretary
Rajya Sainik Board
Block 'B' (First Floor)
Writers’ Building
Kolkata - 700 001
033-22144643
(Direct) 03322145600-07
(Exchange) Extn-626
(Off) 033-25823025(R) 03322420205 (F)
29
00
Rajya Sainik
Board
03192-232479(O)
232636(R) 232479(F)
231639(F) 232247(F)
30
00
Zila Sainik
Welfare Office
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS
(UT)
Capt Ashok Kumar Sharma
Secretary
Rajya Sainik Board
A & N Administration
Secretariat
Port Blair - 744 101
CHANDIGARH (UT)
Lt Col (Retd) GS Dhillon
Zila Sainik Welfare Officer
UT Chandigarh
Sainik Rest House (UT)
Sector 21-D
Chandigarh - 160 022
31
00
Rajya Sainik
Board
011-23991876(O)
23969260(O)
26510236(R)
32
00
Rajya Sainik
Board
DELHI
Mr VK Gupta
Dy Development Commissioner
Secretary (Additional Charge)
Rajya Sainik Board
Opp Tis Hazari Court
No.1, Rajpur Road
Delhi - 110 054
PONDICHERRY (UT)
Maj Clementfernandoz
Director
Deptt of Sainik Welfare
Jawan Bhavan Complex, Lawspet
Main Road, Pakkamudayanpet,
Pondicherry - 605 008
167
0172-2701947(O)
661120(R)
0413-2253107 (O)
APPENDIX ‘B’
(Refers Para 1 of Chapter 3)
REGISTRATION FORM EX-SERVICEMEN
1.
Number ________________ 2. Rank _______________ 3. Regt/Corps __________
4.
Name ____________________________________
5.
Father's Name ___________________________
6.
Educational Qualification :
Civil ___________________ Service __________________
___________________
__________________
7.
Decoration _________________ 8. Character ______________________
9.
Address _______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
10.
Religion________________________ 11. Caste_____________________________
12.
Details of family (wife only dependent children upto 25 years and dependent parents)
Age
Relationship
Educational
Name
Qualifications
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
vi)
vii)
viii)
13.
Date of Birth ___________________ 14. Date of Enrollment ________________
15.
Date of Discharge _______________ 16. Reason for discharge ________________
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17.
Amount of Pension (a) Service Pension Rs. _________________
(b) Disability Pension Rs. ________________________
( c) Percentage of Disability ______________________
18.
Lump sum payment received :
(a) Gratuity Rs.____________ (b) Group Insurance Rs. _________________
(c)
Leave encashment Rs. _____________________
(d)
Financial Assistance Rs. _____________________
19.
Commuted Pension Rs. ___________________
20.
Discharge Book No. and date__________ 21. PPO NO. and date _______________
22.
Present occupation & monthly income
Service Rs. __________________ Business/Industry Rs. _________________
Agriculture Rs. _________________ Un-employed _________________________
23.
Other relevant information, if any ________________________
24.
Identification Marks ________________________________
25.
Left Thumb Impression ________________________________
DECLARATION
I hereby declare that the particulars given above are true to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
Date :
Place :
(Signature of the Applicant)
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FOR OFFICIAL USE
Status as ex-Servicemen
Yes/No
No. & date of Identity Card Issued _______________
Date :
Place :
(Signature of Zila Sainik Kalyan Officer/
Secretary, ZSB with office stamp & date)
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REGISTRATION FORM WIDOWS/WAR WIDOWS OF EX-SERVICEMEN
1.
Name _______________________________
2.
Date of Birth/age _____________________
3.
Address _______________________________
________________________________
.
Teh or Police Stn. ___________________ Tele ___________________
4.
Particular of Husband :
No. ___________________ Date of enrollment _______________________
Rank __________________ Date of discharge _______________________
Name ___________________ Discharge book No. & date __________________
Decoration ______________ Regt/Corps ____________ PPO NO. & date __________
Religion _______________________ Caste ________________________
5
Details of Husband's death :
War/Operation _____________________ Attributable _________________________
Non Attributable _____________________ After retirement ______________________
6.
Details of family (only dependent children upto 25 yrs and dependent parents of
deceased ex-Servicemen)
Name
Age
Relationship
Educational Qualification
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
vi)
vii)
7.
Amount of family pension
Ordinary Rs. ____________________ Special Rs. ________________________
Liberalised special family pension Rs. ________________________________
8.
Lump sum payment received :
(by her & husband)
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Gratuity Rs. ________________________ Group Insurance Rs. ________________
Encashment of leave Rs. __________________________________
Financial Assistance Rs. __________________________________
Commuted Pension Rs. ___________________________________
9.
Present Occupation and monthly income :
Service Rs. ______________________Business/Industry Rs. ____________________
Agriculture Rs. _____________________ Un-employed ________________________
10.
Other relevant Information, if any ______________________________________
______________________________________
11.
Identification Mark : __________________________
12.
Left thumb impression ________________________
DECLARATION
I hereby declare that the above information is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Date :
Place :
(SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT)
FOR OFFICE USE
STATUS AS WIDOW :
YES/NO
CATEGORY :
War widow ___________________
Attributable ____________________
Non Attributable _________________
After retirement _________________
No. and date of identity card issued : ___________________________
Date :
Place :
(Signature Zila Sainik Kalyan Officer/
Secretary, ZSB with office stamp)
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APPLICATION FOR ISSUE OF IDENTITY CARD FOR EX-SERVICEMEN
1.
Number _____________________ 2. Rank _____________________
3.
Name ____________________________
4.
Regt/Corps ________________________________
5.
Father's Name _____________________________
6.
Address __________________________________
____________________________________
Teh. Or Police Station _____________________ Tele ___________________
7.
Date of Birth ______________________________
8.
Date of Enrollment __________________________
9.
Date of discharge ____________________________
10.
Amount of pension (a) Service Pension Rs. __________________________
(b) Disability Pension Rs. ________________________
(c) Percentage of disability _______________________
11.
Discharge Book No. & date ________________ PPO No. & Date ______________
12.
Identification Mark ________________________________
DECLARATION
I hereby declare that the particulars given above are true to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
Date :
Place :
(Signature)
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APPLICATION FOR ISSUE OF IDENTITY CARD FOR
WIDOWS/WAR WIDOWS OF EX-SERVICEMEN
1.
Name of the applicant ___________________________
2.
Date of Birth/Age _______________________________
3.
Address _______________________________________
_______________________________________
Teh. Or PS _____________________Tele ____________
4.
Wife of late ____________________________________
5.
Service Particulars of husband
6.
(a)
No. ______________________
(b)
Rank _______________
(c)
Date of Birth _______________
(d)
Date of enrollment _______
(e)
Date of death ______________
(f)
Discharge book __________
No. and dte
(g)
PPO No. and date ___________
Death details of husband
War/Operation in which died _______________________________________
Attributable _____________________________________________________
Non Attributable _________________________________________________
After retirement _________________________________________________
7.
Pension received
Ordinary family
pension Rs. ________
Special family
pension Rs. ________
Liberalised special family pension Rs. __________________________________
8.
Identification Mark __________________________________________________
DECLARATION
I hereby declare that the particulars given above are true to the best of my knowledge.
Date :
Place :
(Signature of applicant)
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APPENDIX ‘C’
RESERVATION IN CSD FOR ITEMS MANUFACTURED
BY EX-SERVICEMEN ENTREPRENEURS
CONCESSIONS
2. The scheme has since been revised
under the liberalized rules. The exServicemen are accorded the following
concessions: -
The Canteen Stores Department of
India, Bombay, in their letter No.
DO/RV/GM/1/SECY/2817 dated 3.12.93
have reserved 15% of the following CSD
inventory range for Low Technology items for
the ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs under the (a)
following terms and conditions:
CONDITIONS
(a) The concession will be limited only to
the manufacturing enterprises where the exServicemen holding is at least 51%.
(b) Other things being on par, the CSD will
ensure that the product/item manufactured (b)
by the ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs are
competitive both in quality and price vis-à-vis
(c)
others.
ITEMS
1. All Cutlery Items
16. Table
(d)
Mat
2.
Cleaning Powder
3.
Ice Pail
17
18.
Mug
Fridge
Bottles
4.
Keep Fresh Clear Jar 19. Combs
5.
Stores Fresh
Container
Pillow
6
Jug
20. Bed Sheets
with
Covers
21. Bed Covers
7. Buckets
22. Towels
8. Plastic Drums
23. Pillows
9. Water Bottles
24.
(e)
(f)
(g)
Photo
Albums
10. Bread Box
25. Coconut Oil
11. School Bag
26. Sarson Oil
12. Lunch Box
27. Candles
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The application form together with
the guidelines can be obtained
from
the
Canteen
Stores
Department of India, Adelphi, 119,
Maharshi Karve Road, Bombay400020 on payment of Rs. 100/- (in
case of others, it is Rs. 500/-).
Incomplete application will be
summarily
rejected
without
assigning any reason.
The complete application form
should be submitted directly to
CSDI under intimation to the DGR.
The processing time is about four
months and the decision thereof
will be communicated as early as
possible. In case of rejection, the
reason thereof will be intimated and
the
ex-Servicemen
entrepreneurs will be given the
opportunity to improve the product.
Delay in submission of the
application by 7 days is condoned
in case of
ex-Servicemen
entrepreneurs.
The liberalised scheme for the
ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs will
be covered under the Category
“Against Firm Demand” (AFD).
The ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs
would
be
exempted
from
introducing the items on all India
basis and they could select
restricted number of depots
depending upon the availability of
“after sales service” of their
product.
13. Soap Box
28.
(h)
Agarbatti
14. Soap Dish
29.
Boot
Brushes
15. Nut Shell
30.
Glass
Tumblers
PROCEDURE
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
The application is processed by the
Preliminary Screening Committee
(PSC) of the Board of Administration
(BOA) of the CSDI.
If
the
application
meets
the
requirement, the PSC send it to the
Introduction Negotiation Committee
(INC) for price negotiation etc.
The INC negotiates the rates and
other terms and conditions and after
finalizing, the supplier is required to
give consent in writing.
After the negotiation, and terms and
conditions are settled, the supplier is
supposed to submit the samples for
scrutiny and trial.
After CSD has been satisfied with the
quality of products, the CSD decides
on the quantity to be initially ordered
and places order accordingly.
In case of rejection, the supplier is
immediately intimated about the
decision of CSDI.
In case the product has been
approved by CSDI, the supplier is
required to submit a
(h)
(j)
(k)
(l)
(m)
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The ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs
would have the liberty to meet the
Chairman, CSDI for making any
enquiries
in
this
regard.
Bank Guarantee to the extent of 75
per cent of the value of the order
upto the value of Rs. 10 lakh and in
case the supply exceeds Rs. 10
lakh the Bank guarantee is 75
percent for Rs. 10 lakh plus 50 per
cent of the value exceeding Rs. 10
lakh.
Thereafter, the orders is to be
executed as per the delivery
schedule.
The supplier is also expected to
give
detailed technical
specifications and two sealed
samples to the management
Services Branch of the CSDI.
In certain cases of supplies, the
supplier is supposed to provide
prompt after sales services etc.
The supplier is supposed to obtain
Sales Tax and Octroi Exemption
Certificate, wherever applicable,
before the actual despatch.
Wilful act of omission/commission
in quality/quantity will render the
supplier liable to be black listed.
No. 7 (8)/86/US/D (Res)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
New Delhi, the 28th Jan. 1993.
To
The Director General Resettlement,
Ministry of Defence,
West Block IV, R.K. Puram,
New Delhi.
GRANT OF 10% RESERVATION OF LOW TECHNOLOGY ITEMS MANUFACTURED BY
EX-SERVICEMEN ENTREPRENEURS
AGAINST THE PURCHASES MADE BY DEFENCE ORGANIZATION
Sir,
I am directed to convey the sanction of the President for the reservation of quantity to
the extent of 10% of low technology items (for the goods manufactured in small scale units run
by ex-Servicemen) in the purchases made by Defence Departments at the level of JS(O),
JS(N) and JS(Air) only in respect of items directly purchased from the civil market, provided
the quality and price are competitive without any price preference.
If an ex-Servicemen unit is owned to the extent of more than 50% by
exservicemen and employs more than 50% ex-Servicemen, that unit would be called an exServicemen unit.
2.
Procedure for procuring items from ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs against 10% quota is
given in Appendix “A”.
3.
The above orders will come into force with effect from 28.01.93.
4.
This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Finance vide their u.o.No.213PD dated 27.1.93
Yours faithfully,
Sd/(B.Nageswari)
Under secretary to the Govt. of India.
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Appendix-A
Procedure for Procuring Items from Ex-Servicemen
Entrepreneurs against 10% Quota.
10% of the quantity of low technology items other than those requiring ab-initio
development being purchased by the Defence Organization direct from the trade will be
reserved for procurement from ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs, who are below the age of 60
years and sponsored by Directorate General Resettlement.
2.
The following procedure will be adopted by the Defense Organisation while procuring
the items from ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs against the 10% quota earmarked for them: (a)
10% reservations is for low tech. items being purchase directly by the Defence
Departments at the level or JS (O), JS(N), JS(Air) only. This reservation will not
be applicable to items being purchased through local purchase by Ordnance
Factories, Ordnance Depot, Formation HQrs. and units.
(b)
Ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs will apply through DGR to the concerned Defence
organisation indicating the details of items manufactured by them.
(c)
10% reservation is applicable to those ex-Servicemen who are manufacturing the
items and are not in trading business.
(d)
Item wise capacity verification of the units will be carried out by DG (QA).
(e)
The ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs whose units are considered capable or
supplying Defence items of specified range on the basis of capacity verification
will be registered with the DGQA and a list of such units will be provided to the
concerned Defence Organisation under intimation to DGR office.
(f)
Ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs sponsored by DGR & carried out will only be
eligible to procure the 10% work order irrespective to whether or not they have
tendered for the items.
(g)
In case any ex-Servicemen entrepreneur has tendered lowest quotation, he
should be awarded the entire work contract. In case where the contract is
awarded to non ex-Servicemen, the ex-service entrepreneur who has tendered
rates nearest to accepted tender rate be offered 10% work contract at the rate
quoted by non ex-servicemen entrepreneur.
(h)
In case of items where work involved is of smaller quantities and financially
unviable such work should not be offered to ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs. This
discretion should be exercised by the concerned Defence Department.
(j)
Defence Organisation will procure the items/from ex-Servicemen entrepreneurs
as per their procedure.
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(k)
After price settlement, the order should be placed on the selected
exservicemen entrepreneur (s) with adequate number of ex-Servicemen
entrepreneurs kept in reserve and a copy of order be endorsed to DGR for their
record.
(l)
In case the purchase proposals with the ex-servicemen entrepreneurs are not
finalised within a reasonable period, say a period of 3 months from the date of
opening the tender, the Govt. should be free to call for an open tender to finalise
the purchase.
1. CGDA, R.K. Puram, New Delhi. .
2. CDA HQrs., ‘G’ Block, New Delhi.
3. Ministry of Defence/D(O-II), New Delhi.
4. DGS&D, Parliament Street, New Delhi.
5. Deptt. of Supply, Ministry of Defence, New Delhi.
6. OS Dte., MGO Branch Army Hqrs., New Delhi.
7. ADG(Adm.& Coord), Army HQrs., New Delhi.
8. DOA, Naval HQrs., New Delhi.
9. ACAS (Lgs), Air HQrs., New Delhi.
10. All Inter Services Organisation, New Delhi.
11. Ministry of Defence (Finance/AG).
12. Ministry of Defence (Finance/O-2).
13. Secretary Rajya Sainik Boards.
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LIST OF LOW TECHNOLOGY ITEMS
RESERVATION FOR EX-SERVICEMEN ENTREPRENEURS
I. ARMY LIST
1.
Boxes Rigid Collapsible coverd
type ‘D’ (Different sizes)
19. Stripper Wire No. 1
2.
Screw Driver Cabinets 75 mm
20. Scissors 240 mm
3.
Screw Driver Electrician 75 mm
21. Rasps Cabinet Nominal Length
4.
Screw Driver Electrician 100 mm
5.
Rules Steel Engrs
22. Saw Blade Band Hacksaw Hand
Flexible
23. Saw Hand Cross Cutting 450 mm
6.
Filler Bottom Smith
24. Screw Driver Electrician
7.
File Knife Bastard
25. Squrare Carpenter
8.
Files Taper Saw Regular
26. Snaps Rivet Hand for Solid Rivet
9.
Screw Driver Blade
27. Swages Bottom
10.
Screw Driver Philips
28. Saw Hand Cross Cutting
11.
Screw Driver Engrs.
29. Scissors 125 mm
12.
Screw Driver Electrician
30. Screw Drivers Electrician
13.
Saw Backed Tenon
31. Screw Drivers Electrician 50 mm
14.
Scissors 205 mm
32. Files Paper Saw Regular
15.
Tongs Smith Pliers
33. Rasps Farrier Nominal Length
16.
Saw Backed Tenon
34. Soldering Electric
17.
Saw Blades Hacksaw Hand
Flexible
35. Soldering Iron Electric Med
18.
Screw Driver Philips Hd Nom
36. Rules Carpenter Folding
180
37.
Saw Cross Cut
71.
38.
Rules Steel Flexible
72.
39.
40
41.
42.
Vice Hand 100 mm
Vices Bench 100 mm
Tongs Farrier Turning
Square Engrs. Steel
73.
74.
75.
76.
43
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
Vices Bench 75 mm
Straight Edges Engrs.
Files Hand Dead Smooth
Stripper Wire No. 1
Tongs Rivets 455 mm
Rasp Cabinet Nominal Length
77.
78.
79.
80
81.
82.
49.
Pliers Watch Maker Fine Round
Nose
Drill Twist 1.25 mm
83.
85.
86.
87
88.
89.
90.
91.
92.
Chisel Firmer 6mm
59.
60.
61.
62.
Dividers Springs 75 mm
Drill Twist 1.25 mm
Wrenches Pipe 900 mm
Wrenches Pipe 550 mm
Wrenches Key Socket
Wrenches Key Socket 14 mm
Wrenches Pipe Chain Nominal
Size
Wrenches Pipe Chain Nominal
Size 1150 mm
Drill Twist PSJ 0.40
Wrenches Pipe 450 mm
Drift Pin Brass Parallel
Drill Twist PSJ 0.78 mm
Chisel Cold Falt Carbon Steel 25
mm
Pliers Round Short Nose 100 mm
Pliers Round Short Nose 150 mm
Chisel Firmer Strong Nose 12 mm
Chisel Firmer Strong 20 mm
Chisel Bricks 30 mm
Auger Hand Nominal Size 25 mm
Chisel Metric 16 mm
63.
Wrenches Pipe Stillson Type
64.
Drill Twist PSJ 1.75 mm
65.
Drill Twist PSJ 1.55 mm
66.
Handle Adzes Full head 1.25
kgs.
Handle Sealin Boiler 500 cms.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
67.
68.
69.
84.
Calliper Micrometer Outside 100 to
125 mm
Nipper End Cutting Nominal Size
126 mm
Oil Stone Slip Med
Mallets Tinman
Nippor Ciagonal Cutting
Calliper Micrometer Outside 126 to
150 mm
Chisel Firmer Strong 6 mm
Pilers Water Pump 230 mm
Punches Round 6 mm
Punches Round 10 mm
Punches Round 12 mm
Callipers Inside Spring Joint 150
mm
Anvil Black Smit No. 1
93.
94.
95.
96.
Oil Stone Med
Spanner Sket Bihex Metric
Spanner OJ Fix DE Nominal
Spr Ring Bihex Cranked De
Nominal
97. Spanner Ring Bihex Cranked DE
Nominal 7 x 8 mm
98. Spanner Ring Binex Cranked DE
Nominal 16 x 11 mm
99. Spanner Ring Bihex Metric 2.SD
13 mm
100. Rommy Bar Box Spr. Wrench
101. Spanner Skt Bihex Metric 1/2 SD 9
mm
Hammer Engrs ball Pin 200 cms. 102 Spenner OJ Fixed D E Steel Plated
Calliper Micrometer Outside 25
103. Spanner OJ Skt Bihex Metrix ½ SD
to 50 mm
22 mm
181
70.
Calliper Micrometer Outside 75
to 100 mm
105. Spenner Box Tub DE Steel
Plated
106. Spanner OJ Fixed DE Nominal
107. Spanner Box Tub Hexagonal
D/E Steel Plated 13 x 17
108. Spanner Box Tub Hexagonal
D/E Steel Plated 13 x 17
109. Spanner OJ Fixed D/E Nominal
36 x 41 mm
110. Spanner OJ Fixed DE Nominal
55 x 60 mm
111. Tomy Bar Box Spr Wrench
112. Spanner OJ Fixed D/E Nominal
Width.
113. Spanner OJ Fixed D/E Steel
Plated 19 x 22 mm
114. Spanner Ring Bihex Cranked
D/E Nominal
115. Spanner Box Tub D/E Steel
Plated 19 x 22 mm
116. Spanner Box Tub Steel Plated
24 x 27 mm
117. Spanner Box Tub DE Steel
Plated 7 x 8 mm
118. Spanner box Tub D/E Steel
Plated 36 x 41 mm
119. Spanner Skt Bihex 1/2 SD 23
mm
120. Spanner Skt Bihex Metric1/2 27
mm
121. Spanner Skt Bihex Metric ½ SD
10 mm
122. Spanner Ringh Bihex Cranked
Double Ended Nominal
123. Bar Crow Chisels & Claw Ends
124. Bar Crow Chisels & Claw Ends
(60.5 x 29 mm)
125. Block Swage Stand (340 mm)
126 Block Swage Stand (240 mm)
104. Spanner OJ Fixed Double Endeo
Steel Placed
129. Brushes Flat paint GS (13 mm)
130. Wire Steel Bright (2.50mm)
131. Steel Angel Equal Mild Steel 20
mm x 20 mm x 3 mm
132. Steel Channel 100 x 50.47 mm x
7.5 mm
133. Piping Steel (20 mm nominal base
x 2.65 thickness)
134. Wire Steel Mild (Annealed 0.560
mm.)
135. Angle Equal Mild Steel 100 mm x
100 mm x 12 mm
136. Tubing Copper Rd. Seamless 12
mm x OD x 0.8 mm thickness
137. Wire Steel Mild (Annealed
2.50mm.)
138. Wire Steel Mild (Annealeded 6
mm)
139. Wire Steel Mild (Galv 3.15 mm)
140. Steel Angle Equal Mild Steel
(25mm x 25mm x 5 mm)
141 Aluminium Sheet Hard (1.22 mm)
142
Aluminium Sheet Hard (1.63 mm)
143. Copper Strip (0.30 mm/150 mm
Wide)
144. Alumiumum Sheet
(978 mm x 7.5 mm x 0.45 mm)
145. Brass Sheet
(1200 mm x 630 mm x 0.45 mm)
146. Brass Sheet
(1200 mm. x 630 mm x 1 mm)
147. Brass Sheet
(1200 mm. x 630 mm x 1.60 mm)
148. Brass Sheet
(1200 mm. x 630 mm x 4.00 mm)
149. Brass Foil (160 mm x 0.05 mm)
150. Brass Foil Cold Rolled
(160 mm x 0.08 mm)
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127. Bevel Protector Mech (300 mm)
128. Block ‘V’ 150 mm
151. Brass Foil Cold Rolled
(10.00 mm)
152. Steel Plate Carbon (120 mm)
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153. Steel Plate Tinnecd (Gd.II)
510 mm x 355 mm x 0.40 mm)
154. Steel Bar L/Carbon H/R Black
Round (100 mm)
155. Steel bar L/Carbon H/R Flat (50
mm x 16 mm)
156. Steel Mild Flat (80 mm x 16 mm)
157. Steel bar L/C H/R Flat (90 mm x
6 mm)
158. Steel Bar L/C H/R Flat (75 mm)
159. Steel Bar L/C H/R Flat (55 mm x
10 mm)
160. Steel Bar Alloy Flat Rolled (40
mm x 3 mm)
161. Total Steel High Speed (Square
6.35 mm)
162. Steel Bar Mild Black (11 mm)
163. Steel Bar L/C H/R Flat (40 mm x
16 mm)
164. Tool Steel High Speed Square
20 mm
165. Tool Steel Carbon Round 7.94
mm)
166. Steel Bar L/C H/R Flat 30 mm x
3 mm
167. Steel Bar L/C H/R Flat 50 mm x
6 mm
168. Jersey Men Woolen OG
169. Drawers Cotton Short White
170. Towel Hand Khaki
171. Vest Cotton White
172. Socks Men OG
173. Petticoat White
174. Pyjama Cotton
175. Cover Pillow
176. Apron Cook
177. Apron Half Sleeves
178. Page Cotton White
(1.83 mtrs. X 40.5 cms.)
179. Shirt Cotton White for Cooks
180. Shirt Cotton Helpless Patient
181. Shirt Flannel Helpless Patient
182. Blouse White with Blue border
183. Blouse White with Scarlet Border.
184. Cap FS Disruptive S/3 to 8
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II. NAVY LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
Tub Plastic 45 Ltrs
Chappal for Ladies
Chappal for Gents
Umbrella for Ladies
Umbrella for Gents
Jackets Sleeping Cotton
Trousers Sleeping Cotton
Name Tallies Billingual
Lanyards
Socks Woolen Khaki
Cap Berat Khaki
Bins Break (45 cm x 30 cm)
Blockwood for Chopping
(30 cm x 23 cm)
Box Salt Wooden
Can Milk alum (5 Ltrs)
Cannister for Sugar (Tea.)
Cloth Dasuti
Cloth Leather White for Table cover
Cork Screw S.S.
Cruet Complete with frame S.S.
Hook Meat Hanging
Greater Round S.S.
Hook Butcher
Jar Pickle Glass with Cover
Karai 50 cm for Deep Frying
Masher Patate
Patate Peeler (hand operated)
Pin Rolling Wood
(42 cm x 7 cm with handle 9 cm on both sides)
Roller Wood for Table Cover
Slicer Puri / Egg (15 cm ss)
Spoon Wooden (Large)
Stone Curry
Stainer Gravy Round
Tawa 30 cm dia Wooden Handle
Tiffin Carriers SS (5 mm set)
Beret Knitted (one piece D/B)
Swimming Trunk
Gloves Woolen Black
Vest Woolen White
Cap badges (Assorted)
Belt Reebing Nylon White
(Medium/Large)
Arm Badges (printed/embroidered)
Buckle with Naval Crest for Beltwhite
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44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
Soap Case
Cap Food hanndlers
Apron Cook
Different Types of Metalic Badges
Slip Pillows
Kitchen / Butcher Knives
Handi/Degchi Utencils
Bed Sheets
Towels
Durries
186
III. AIR FORCE LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
Brush Shoes Polishing
Sprayer Shoulder (164Ltr. Mk-II)
(Plastic Tank)
Bucket 325 mm
Degchi 330 mm Aluminium
Gloves Knitted B/C
Flannelette
Mug & Thali SS
Chain Metalic for Disc Identity
Vest Cotton
Lines Bedding
Cable Elect.
Tie Polyster
Chevron (2 Bar & 3 Bar)
Shoes Clock Leather DMS
Shoes Canvas
Disc Identity
Cadges Organisation Cap
Spoon/Form Table
Socks Men Khakhi
Socks Nylon
Belt Webbing Nylon
Cloth Plain Weave Polyster
All Clothing Items
Fabrication of Truck, Water Tenders, Coach etc.
Battery Charging Boards.
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No. 3331/POL/II/DGR/SE.11/175/
US-D(Res)
Government of India,
Ministry of Defence,
New Delhi, Dated the 29th May 1992
To
The Director General Resettlement,
Ministry of Defence,
West Block No. IV, R.K. Puram,
New Delhi-110066
GRANT OF 10% SUBSIDY TO THE SMALL SCALE
INDUSTRIAL UNITS RUN BY EX-SERVICMEN
Sir,
In continuation of this Ministry’s letter No. 9(59)/81/D(Res) dated January 1, 1991, and
in partial modification of the terms and conditions contained in the Ministry’s letter of even
number, dated 24th December on the above subject, I am directed to convey the sanction of
the President to the grant of 10% subsidy of the value of any item purchased by the Ministry of
Defence Inter-services Organisations and services Headquarters in open tender competition or
rate contract basis or any other approved method adopted by the purchase organisation from
the Small scale Industrial Units run by ex-servicemen provided the following conditions are
fulfilled :(i)
It should be purely an ex-Servicemen Industrial Unit owned individually or jointly
by ex-Servicemen or partnership or private limited company where majority ownership
belongs to ex-Servicemen:
(ii)
It should be Small Scale Industrial Unit registered with the Directorate of
Industries of the State/Union Territory concerned for not more than 10 years;
(iii)
The unit should also be registered with the Directorate General Resettlement
(DGR), (Ministry of Defence), New Delhi.
(iv)
It should be registered with any one of the following agencies:(a)
The Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals (DGS & D), Sansad
Marg, New Delhi.
(b)
The Department of Defence Production and supplies Ministry of Defence,
New Delhi.
(c)
Ordnance Services Directorate (MGO’s Branch), Army Headquarters.
2.
For the purposes of grant of subsidy under these orders, the reference to “Units run by
ex-Servicemen” work deemed to include units run by War Widows also.
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3.
These orders will also apply to Ex-servicemen Small Scale Industrial Units providing
services (as distinct from Goods) subject to the fulfillment of conditions at para 1 (i) above
4.
The ex-Servicemen unit will be eligible for the subsidy for a period of 5 consecutive
years counting from the date of submission of its first claim for subsidy, provided that the unit
within 10 years from the date of its first registration with the Directorate of Industries of the
State/Union Territory.
5.
The total cost of such items supplied by all such ex-Servicemen units taken together, on
which the subsidy is payable, will be subject to an over all ceilling of
Rs. 1 crore per
financial year, on which 10% subsidy will be admissible to the ex-Servicemen Units. In other
words, the total amount of subsidy disbursed under this scheme in a financial year will not
exceed Rs. 10 Lakhs. The subsidy will be payable to the ex-Servicemen units within the
annual ceiling (per financial year) of Rs. 10 lakhs on first-come-first served basis, subject,
further, to the availability of funds. For this purpose, each individual claim submitted by a unit
will be treated as a separate claim by itself and will not be clubbed with earlier pending claims
submitted by the same unit.
6.
For being considered for the grant of subsidy, each claim should be submitted within a
period of three months from the date of the certificate given by the purchase organisation in
terms of para 8(a) (iii) below. If, the grant of such a certificate gets delayed for reasons
beyond the control of the SSI unit, the latter should given an advance intimation in this regard
to the Directorate General Resettlement (DGR).
7.
No ex-servicemen unit will be allowed to receive a subsidy exceeding Rs. 50,000/- in a
financial year. In respect of any claim submitted by a unit within the period of 5 years stipulated
in para 4 above, but which could not be disposed of within the financial year of its submission,
the subsidy can be granted in the following financial year provided that the claim satisfies all
other conditions prescribed for the grant of subsidy.
8.
To maintain a proper control on disbursement of subsidy, the following procedure will be
followed:(a)
Ex-servicemen units will send to the Directorate General Resettlement
(Directorate of Self-Employment) contingent bill in duplicate along with the following
documents:(i)
Photostats copies of registration certificates as mentioned in para 1(ii), (iii)
and (iv) above;
(ii)
Photostat copy of the supply order of the purchase organisation;
(iii)
Certificate in duplicate from the purchase organization indicating the value
of stores supplied, actual price paid and the mode of supply viz. open
tender/rate-contract / any other approved method.
(b)
The Directorate General Resettlement will scrutinize the claims and issue
sanction in the name of the CDA, HQrs, New Delhi. A copy of the certificate regarding
the final payment made against the supply order will also be enclosed with the sanction
letter.
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(c)
The Directorate General Resettlement (DGR) maintain registers separately for (i)
Registration of the units desirous of claiming the subsidy and (ii) to record the payment
made to the units to ensure that the total value of the supply orders on which subsidy is
authorized does not exceed the over-all ceiling of Rs. 1 crore in a financial year; that the
total amount of subsidy sanctioned does not exceed Rs. 10 lakhs in a financial year;
that no individual unit gets subsidy exceeding Rs. 50,000/- in a financial year; and also
that the 5 year limit prescribed in para 4 above is adhered to.
(d)
The sanction letter issued by the Directorate General Resettlement as stated
above, will be acted upon by the CDA, Headquarters, Ministry of Defence, New Delhi;
and
(e)
All the payments of subsidy made by the CDA, HQrs, will be intimated to the
DGR who will watch the progress of payments in respect of sanctions issued.
9.
These orders will be in force for a period of 2 year with effect from the 1st April 1992.
Past cases, which have already been decided otherwise, will not be re-opened, but pending
cases may be dealt with in accordance with these orders.
10.
The budget provision will be made on year-to-year basis. The funds will be kept at the
disposal of the CDA HQrs, who will make the payments of the subsidy on the strength of the
sanction letters issued by Directorate General Resettlement.
11.
The expenditure involved is debitable to the Head ‘New Scheme’ under “Major Head2076-Minor Head-800B(O)-Other Miscellaneous Charges” of the Defence Services Estimates.
12.
This issues with the concurrence of the Ministry of Defence (Finance/AG, vide their u.o.
No. 883-PD dated 27.05.92.
Yours faithfully,
(B.Negeswari)
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India
Copy to:CGDA Headquarters, West Block 5, R.K. Puram
CDA HQRS, Ministry of Defence, New Delhi.
Min of Def/D(O-II)
Signed in ink
DGS & D, Parliament, Street, New Delhi
OS Dte, MGO Branch, Army Headquarters
All Inter-services Organisations, New Delhi,
Army HQrs, Naval HQrs, Air HQrs.
Ministry of Defence (Finance/AG), New Delhi
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Ministry of Defence (Finance/O-2), New Delhi
Secretary, Rajya Sainik boards.
APPENDIX ‘D’
(Refers to para 22 of Chapter 6)
WAR MEMORIAL HOSTELS IN STATEs/UTs
Ser No
Location
1.
1 EME Centre, Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
2.
Bihar Regimental Centre Danapur Cantt, Bihar.
3.
ASC Centre (North), Paharpur Gaya, Bihar.
4.
14 Gorkha Training Centre, Subathu, H.P.
5.
Air Force Station, Ambala Cantt, Haryana.
6.
Ladakh Scouts Regimental Centre, J&K.
7.
J&K LI Inf Regimental Centre, Srinagar, J&K.
8.
Punjab Regimental Centre, Ramgarh Cantt, Jharkhand.
9.
Sikh Regimental Centre, Ramgarh Cantt, Jharkhand.
10.
Maratha LI Inf Regimental Centre, Belgaum.
11.
Madras Engineer Group, Bangalore, Karnataka.
12.
Parachute Regimental Centre, Bangalore, Karnataka.
13.
3 EME Centre, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
14.
J&K Rifles Regimental Centre, Jabalpur, M.P.
15.
Mahar Regimental Centre, Saugor, M.P.
16.
Granadiars Regimental Centre, Jabalpur, M.P.
17.
1 Sig Training Centre, Jabalpur, M.P.
18.
Armoured Corps Centre & School, Ahmed Nagar.
19.
Artillery Centre, Nasik Road Camp, Maharashtra.
20.
Bombay Engineer Group, Kirkee, Maharashtra.
21.
Bde of Guards Regimental Centre, Kamptee.
22.
Assam Regimental Centre, Shillong.
23.
Madras Regimental Centre, Wellington (Nilgiri).
24.
AMC Centre & School, Lucknow, UP.
25.
Dogra Regimental Centre, Faizabad, UP.
26.
39 Gorkha Training Centre, Varanasi Cantt, UP.
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27.
Jat Regimental Centre, Bareilly, UP.
28.
11 Gorkha Rifles Regimental Centre, Lucknow, UP.
29.
Sikh Light Inf Centre, Fatehgarh, UP.
30.
Gorkha Recruiting Depot, Kunraghat, UP.
31.
Rajput Regimental Centre, Fatehgarh, UP
32.
Bengal Engineer Group Centre, Roorkee, Uttranchal.
33.
Garhwal Rifles Regimental Centre, Lansdowne, Uttranchal.
34.
Kumaon Regimental Centre, Ranikhet, Uttranchal.
35.
Raj Rif Regimental Centre, Delhi Cantt, New Delhi
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INDIAN AIRLINES LIMITED
(COMMERCIAL HQRS)
From :
Director Commercial
Indian Airlines Ltd
New Delhi
To:
General Manager (Commercial)
Indian Airlines Ltd.
Eastern/Southern/Northern/
WesternRegion
_____________________________________________________________________
Ref. No.HCD/8-R/260
Date 25th January, 2001
CIRCULAR NO.1341 (R&T)
EX-ARMED FORCES PERSONNEL RECEIPENTS OF HIGHEST
BRAVERY AWARD-CONCESSION
Presently Indian Airlines offers a discount of 50% on the Normal Economy Class INR
Fare to the Ex-Armed Forces Personnel Recipients of Highest Bravery Award-concession.
It has now been decided to offer a discount of 75% instead of 50% on the Normal
Economy Class INR Fare to the Ex-Armed Forces Personnel Recipients of Highest Bravery
Award. This change comes into effect from 1st February 2001.
There is, however, no change in the ‘Conditionalities’ governing the application of this
discount.
The details of the ‘Conditionalities’ governing the application of the Ex-Armed Personnel
Recipients of High Bravery Award concession are reiterated hereunder for the information of
all concerned:
1.
APPLICATION
All types of journeys in Economy Class on Domestic Sectors.
2.
PERIOD OF APPLICATION
All year round.
3.
FARES
25% of the Normal Economy Class INR Fare. Full IATT and PSF applicable.
CHILDREN AND INFANT FARES
Not permitted.
4.
VALIDITY OF TICKET
One year from the date of issue.
5.
STOPOVER
Permitted.
6.
SALES AND ADVERTISING
Restricted within India.
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7.
CANCELLATION AND REFUND
Normal Cancellation and Refund Rules applicable.
8.
COMBINATION
Not combinable with USD/International Fares.
9.
COMMISSION
5% (On the Fare component only)
10.
DISCOUNTS
No Discounts Permitted.
11.
DOCUMENTATION
(a)
These Concessional Tickets will be issued against an Armed Forces Concession
Form (refer Appendix ‘A’) after due verification by Indian Airlines. In cases where the
Tickets are issued by our approved Travel Agents the Forms will be verified/approved
by Indian Airlines Duty Manager. Verification of Form by the Unit Commandant/Army
Headquarters is not required.
(b)
Persons traveling against this Concessional Fare should be in possession of the
following documents, which will be subject to check by the staff at any state of the
journey.
(i)
Identity Card issued by the Ministry of Defence to the Ex-Armed Forces
Personnel who are recipients of highest Bravery Award.
(ii)
Part-II of the Armed Forces Concession Form (refer appendix ‘A’)
Passengers will be informed by the Ticketing Counter Staff that it would be
mandatory for the Passengers to carry the Part-II of the Concession Form along
with his Identity Card while traveling, for the purpose of verification by the Indian
Airlines Official at any state of travel.
12.
ELIGIBILITY
Ex-Military Personnel of Indian Armed Forces (Army, Navy and Air Force) who
are recipients of the Highest Bravery Award Level I and II only.
(a)
Post Independence Awards
Level I
Level II
(b)
:
:
Param Vir Chakra and Ashok Chakra
Mahavir Chakra and Kirti Chakra
Pre Independence Awards
Level-I
:
Victoria Cross, George Cross
Level-II
:
Distinguished Service Cross, Military Cross,
Distinguished Flying Cross, George Medal
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13.
PAYMENT
Cash/acceptable Travellers Cheque/Credit Cards or against Indian Airlines authorized
Credit Code.
14.
RESERVATION
On firm basis.
15.
TICKETING
(a)
Ex-Armed Forces Personnel who are recipients of Bravery Award level-I and II
will be allowed issuance of discounted Tickets against the presentation of the Armed
Forces Concession Form filled by them and verified by Indian Airlines Duty
Manager/Ticketing Counter Staff on the basis of the Identity Card issued by Army
Headquarters to the above category of Passengers.
(b)
Details of the Identity Card must be clearly indicated in the ‘Endorsement Box’
of the Ticket and also on the Armed Forces Concession Form.
(c)
IN case of doubt, Station Managers may refer the matter to Army Headquarters
for clarification at the Address/Telephone No. given below:
Adjutant General, ORG-3 & 9
West Block No.111
RK Puram
New Delhi-110 066
Tel No.(Delhi) 230118110
(d)
The Armed Forces Concession Form against which the Ticket is issued is divided
into three parts (refer Appendix ‘A’). Part I will be retained by the Ticketing Office. Part-II
will be handed over to the Passenger and will not be attached to the jacket of the Ticket.
This part will contain a photograph of the Recipient of the Bravery Award traveling
against this Concessional Fare and will serve the purpose of identification of the
Passenger. Part-III will be attached to the ‘Audit Coupon’ of the Ticket, after due
verification by the Indian Airlines Official and entering Ticket number and date of issue
in the appropriate Columns.
(e)
16.
Ticketing by Indian Airlines Offices or its approved Travel Agents.
RE-Routing
Permitted.
The ‘Passenger Coupon’ of the original Ticket will be attached to the ‘Audit Coupon’ and
the Part-II of the Armed Forces Concession form will be attached to the jacket of the
fresh Ticket.
17.
TICKETING CODE
XML – 75
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Please advise all concerned.
Sd/(Neera Manchanda)
Manager (Tariffs)
For Director Commercial
CC:EA to CMD/Chief VIg. Officer/Dir. Comml./M.D. Alliance Air
CC:Dir.(Fin)/Dir.(PR)/Dir.Audit/Dir(IT)/Dir(SHOD)/DCA
CC:R.D.NR/ER/WR/SR
CC:Secretary, Indian Airlines Hqrs.
CC:G.M.(F), N.R./W.R./E.R./S.R./CRA
CC:Dy. G.M.(CSC) with a request to sign in memo and update GI.
CC:G.M.(Mkt.Plng.), (Sales), (CS)/Admn.), (Cargo), A&I)
CC:Principal, CTC, HYD., Govt. Audit Party, Hqrs.
CC:Chief Manager Marketing, Alliance Air
CC:Dy. G.M.(Rajbhasha),IAL, Hqrs. – For Hindi translation.
196
Appendix ‘A’
Indian Airlines Ltd.
ARMED FORCES CONCESSION FORM
(Separate form to be filled in for each Individual Passenger)
(To be retained at the Issuing Office)
Serial No.
Part:I
1.
Name of the Armed Forces Personnel__________________________________
2.
Rank and IC No.___________________________________________________
3.
Name of the Passenger and age______________________________________
4.
Relationship with the Armed Forces Personnel___________________________
5.
Sector(s) of Travel_________________________________________________
Date
___________________(Issuing Officer)
______________________________________________________________________
Indian Airlines Ltd.
ARMED FORCES CONCESSION FORM
(To be attached to the Jacket of the Ticket)
Serial No.
Part:II
1.
Name of the Armed Forces Personnel__________________________________
2.
Rank and IC No.__________________
3.
Name of the Unit__________________
4.
Passenger
Name of the Passenger and age________
5.
Relationship with the Armed Forces Personnel_________
6.
Signature of the Passenger_________________________
Photograph of the
(Signature & Stamp of Issuing Officer)
Date_____________
______________________________________________________________________
Indian Airlines Ltd.
ARMED FORCES CONCESSION FORM
(To be attached to the Audit Coupon of the Ticket)
Serial No.
197
Part : III
To
Indian Airlines Ltd.
Certified that (Rank, Name, Corps or Department)________________is a member of
the Indian Armed Forces on active duty, and he/his family members as per details given below
is traveling at own expense while on leave/furlough:
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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS
DEPARTMENT OF TELECOM SERVAICES
415, Sanchar Bhawan, 20, Ashoka Road, New Delhi-110001
No.2-47/92 PHA
Dated: June 13, 2000
Subject: Priority telephone facility to Gallantry Award Winners, War Widows and Disabled
Soldiers.
This has reference to this office letter of even number dated 15.4.1997 vide which it was
decided to treat the Gallantry Award Winners of Defence Services, War Widows and Disabled
Soldiers at par with freedom fighters for the purpose of full concession in installation charges
and 50% concession in normal rental charges.
It has now been decided to exempt Gallantry Award Winners of Defence Services, War
Widows and Disabled Soldiers from payment of Registration Charges to treat them at par with
Freedom Fighters in addition to the aforesaid concessions.
This will take effect from the date of issue of circular. Other terms & condition shall
remain unchanged.
Sd/Amit Kaur Gill
Under Secretary [PHA]
All Chief General Managers
Telecom Circles/Telephone Districts
Chairman-cum-Managing Director, MTNL, New Delhi
Chief General Manager, MTNL, Mumbai/New Delhi
Copy to :
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
PS to Hon’ble MOC/MOS [C]
Sr.PPS to Chairman, TC/PPS to Secretary, DTS
All Members/Advisers, TC.
All Sr. DDsG/DDsG, DoT/DTS.
The General Manager [systems]’ Noida, UP
DPIO [Communications], Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi
Director [CP&PR], DTS, Sanchar Bhawan, New Delhi
Ministry of Defence, Sena Bhawan, New Delhi
199
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS
DEPARTMENT OF TELECOM SERVICES
415, Sanchar Bhawan, 20, Ashoka Road, New Delhi-110001
Dated: the 19th March 1993
No.2-47/92 – PHA
To
All Chief General Managers,
Telecom/Telephones
The Chairman-cum-Managing Director
MTNL, New Delhi
The Chief General Managers, MTNL
Bombay/New Delhi
All General Managers, Telephones
Subject: Priority telephone facilities to Gallantry Award Winners, War Widows and Disabled
Soldiers.
The question of providing priority telephone facilities to Gallantry Award Winners, WarWidows and Disabled Soldiers was under consideration and it has not been decided to include
the following categories of subscribers also as eligible for registration under Non-OXT/Special
category:Gallantry Award Winners in the three services
1) War-Widows
2) Disabled Soldiers
The demand for telephone connections from Gallantry Award Winners, War-Widows and
Disabled Soldiers, one each, may be registered under Non-OYT/Special category on
production of adequate documentary evidence provided they do not have a telephone
connection working in their name in any part of the country.
2.
The registration made by War-Widows under Non-OYT/Special category would be given
top-most priority among other registrants in the matter of release of telephone connection
under that category. The registrants under the categories of ‘Gallantry Award Winners’ and
‘Disabled Soldiers’ are not entitled to any special priority among Non-OYT/Special registrants.
War-Widows, Gallantry Award Winners, and Disabled Soldiers will not be charged “Installation
fee”. However, registration fee as applicable to Non-OYT/Special registrants would be
charged.
3.
The Telephone Allotment Rules, 1980, conveyed vide this office NO.2-29/78-PHA dated
17.1.80 and their corresponding Guidelines issued vide this office circular letter of even
number dated the 14.3.80 may be suitably amended to accommodate the above
categorization.
4.
The above orders take immediate effect.
5.
Receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged
6.
Hindi version of this circular letter follows.
Sd/(HS Chandan)
Asstt Director-General (PHA)
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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS
DEPARTMENT OF TELECOM SERVICES
415, Sanchar Bhawan, 20, Ashoka Road, New Delhi-110001
No.2-47/92 – PHA
Dated: February 13, 1995
To
All Chief General Managers,
Telecom Circles/Telephone Districts
The Chairman-cum-Managing Director, MTNL, New Delhi
The Chief General Managers, MTNL, Bombay/New Delhi
All General Managers, Telephones
Subject: Priority telephone facilities to Gallantry Award Winners, War Widows and Disabled
Soldiers.
1.
This has reference to this office order of even No. dated 19.03.1993 regarding priority
telephone facilities to Gallantry Award Winners, War Widows and disabled soldiers.
Enquiry has been sought by a field unit as to what type of Gallantry Awards are covered
under the above order.
The following awards are covered under Gallantry Awards.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Param Vir Chakra
Ashok Chakra
Mahavir Chakra
Kirti Chakra
Vir Cakra
Shaurya Chakra
You are kindly requested to issue suitable instructions to subordinate offices under your
jurisdiction.
Receipt of this letter may kindly be acknowledged.
Sd/[B S Chandna]
Asst. Director General [PHA]
Copy to :
1.
PS to Chairman [TC]
2.
All Members/Advisors[TC]
3.
All DDsG/DDsG, DoT,
4.
R&C, PHB & TR Section, DoT
5.
Social Audit Panel, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi
[ J B Dobhal]
Section Officer [PHA]
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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS
DEPARTMENT OF TELECOM SERVICES
415, Sanchar Bhawan, 20, Ashoka Road, New Delhi-110001
No.2-47/92 – PHA
Dated: April 15, 1997
To
All Chief General Managers,
Telecom Circles/Telephone Districts
The Chairman-cum-Managing Director, MTNL, New Delhi
The Chief General Managers, MTNL, New Delhi/ Bombay
PRIORITY TELEPHONE FACILITIES TO GALLANTRY AWARD
WINNERS, WAR WIDOWS AND DISABLED SOLDIERS
This has reference to this office order of even No. dated 19.03.1993 on the subject cited
above.
It has now been decided to treat the Gallantry Award Winners, War Widows and
Disabled Soldiers at par with freedom fighters for the purpose of full concession in installation
charges and 50% concession in normal rental charges.
They will continue to be registered in Non-OYT-special category as admissible at
present. However, they will be given priority among other registrants under Non-OYT-Special
category in the release of telephone connections.
Other terms and conditions will remain unchanged.
This will take effect from the date of issue of orders.
The receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged.
Sd/[B S Chandna]
Asst. Director General [PHA]
Copy to :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
PS to Chairman [TC].
All Members/Advisors[TC].
All DDsG/DDsG, DoT.
Social Audit Panel, Dak Bhawan, New Delhi.
OL Section for Hindi Version.
[ J B Dobhal]
Section Officer [PHA]
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29th August 2003
D.O.No.12(73)/US(WE)/00/3688-F/RM
As a follow up to my DO letter dated 17.11.2001, I would once again like to bring to your
notice the issue of full utilization of reservation of seats for the widows/wards of armed forces
personnel killed/disabled in action or during peace time in Central/State
Universities/Autonomous professional/non-professional institutions under the purview of your
Ministry.
It has been observed that while providing reservations, these universities/institutions do
not cover all the categories prescribed by this Ministry for reservation of seats under Defence
category resulting, in non-utilization or under utilization of the reserved seats.
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
(vii)
Widows/Wards of Defence personnel killed in action
Wards of serving personnel and ex-servicemen disabled in action
Widows/Wards of Defence personnel who died in peace time with death
attributable to military service
Wards of Defence personnel disabled in peace time with disability attributable to
military service
Wards of ex-servicemen personnel and serving personnel who are in receipt of
Gallantry awards
Wards of ex-servicemen
Wards of serving personnel;
I would like to request for your personal intervention and ensure that these
universities/institutions follow the guidelines laid down vide MOD DO letter NO.3547/AS(R)/94
dated 3rd June 1994 (copy enclosed), which clearly lays down 7 priorities instead of the 4
priorities being presently followed up. The re-introduction of the last three priorities will ensure
maximum utilization of the reserved seats and resolve the long standing request of the exservicemen/serving armed forces personnel
With regards,
Yours sincerely,
Sd/George Fernandes
Murli Manohar Joshi
Minister of Human Resource Development
Shastri Bhavan
New Delhi
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No.7(1)/95/D(Pen/Services)
Government of India/Bharat Sarkar
Ministry of Defence/Raksha Mantralaya
New Delhi, dated the 28th August 2000
The Chief of the Army Staff
The Chief of the Naval Staff
The Chief of the Air Staff
RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE 5TH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION-PAYMENT OF
DEARNESS RELIEF TO RE-EMPLOYED PENSIONERS AND EMPLOYED FAMILY
PENSIONERS-DECISION REGARDING
1.
Recommendations of the V CPC regarding dearness relief to the employed family
pensioners and re-employed ex-servicemen have been considered and accepted by the
Government. Accordingly, in addition to MOD letter No.7(1)/95/D(Pen/Sers) dated 06 Oct 99,
the President is pleased to decide the payment of Dearness Relief to Family Pensioners, Exservicemen re-employed in Armed Forces as follows:
(a)
In so far as re-employed pensioners are concerned, the entire pension
admissible is being ignored at present only in the case of those ex-servicemen who held posts
below the ranks of Commissioned Officers (PBOR) at the time of their retirement. Their pay, on
re-employment, is to be fixed at the minimum of the pay scale of the post in which they are reemployed. Such pensioners will consequently be entitled to Dearness Relief on their pension
in terms of the recommendations of the 5th Central Pay Commission at the rates applicable
from time to time.
(b)
In terms of the existing orders on the subject, the pay of re-employed pensioners
who held posts of the ranks of Commissioned Officers at the time of their retirement is to be
fixed at present at the same stage as last drawn before retirement or, if there is no such
stage/at the stage next above the pay last drawn. In view of the fact that (i) the pension is
taken into account in such cases and is not entirely ignored; (ii) the pay
in the post of re-employment is not required to be fixed at the minimum of the scale in all
cases; and (iii) Dearness Allowance at the rates applicable from time to time is also admissible
on the pay fixed in terms of the orders on the subject, these re-employed pensioners will not
be entitled to any Dearness Relief on their pension.
(c)
As regards employed family pensioners, since the family pension received by the
eligible dependants of Armed Forces pensioners is, in any case, not taken into account in
determining their pay on employment, Dearness Relief at the rates applicable from time to time
shall be admissible on their family pension.
(d)
While implementing these decisions, orders issued by MOD vide order
No.1(48)/87/D(Pay/Services) dated 31st Jan, 1991, regarding fixation of pay of re-employed
pensioners shall be duly kept in view.
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2.(I). In accordance with the Government’s decision referred to in the preceding paragraph,
all family pensioners, in receipt of family pension from the Central Government and who
were/are employed under the Central Government or the State Government or a
Corporation/Company/Body/Bank under them in India or abroad shall be eligible to draw
dearness relief, at rates applicable from time to time, on the amount of family pension, with
effect from July 18, 1997. All Pension Payment Authorities, including authorized Public Sector
Banks are requested to forthwith release dearness relief on family pensions in cases where
this was withheld on account of the family pensioners concerned being employed. The
arrears, if any, due with effect from 18 July, 1997 shall also be paid.
(II)
(a)
In the case of Armed Forces PBOR pensioners who were/are re-employed under
the Armed Forces, dearness relief will now be admissible to such of those re-employed
PBOR pensioner who satisfy the conditions referred to in para 1(a) above. For this purpose,
Armed Forces employing a Armed Forces pensioner shall be required to issue certificate
indicating the following:
(i)
The re-employed pensioner retired from a military post below the rank of
commissioned officer in the armed forces;
(ii)
The entire amount of pension sanctioned by the Central Government was
ignored in fixation of the pay on re-employed i.e. no part of the pension was taken into
account in such fixation of apy in the pay scale of the post in which the Armed Forces
personnel was re-employed;
(iii)
The pay of the re-employed/retired was/is fixed at the minimum of the pay scale
of the post in which he had/has been initially re-employed after his retirement from the
Armed Forces.
(b)
These orders will be brought to the notice of all Armed Forces pensioners who
happened to be re-employed by them as on 18 July, 1997 or were/are re-employed
subsequently.
(c)
The Pension Disbursing Authority shall release dearness relief on pension to those reemployed pensioners who submit the Certificate referred to in para 2(II)(a) above.
(d)
In all other cases of re-employed commissioned officer pensioners, no dearness relief
shall be admissible on pension during the period of their re-employment. Payment of dearness
relief in these cases shall become admissible only with effect from the date they cease to be
re-employed. The Pension Disbursing Authority shall require such a pensioner to produce a
certificate of cessation of re-employment from the office in which he had been re-employed.
3.
Formal amendment to the pension regulations for the Army/Navy/Air Force, is being
issued separately.
4.
Principal CDA (P) may take immediate action to suitably amend the relevant provision
of the Scheme for Payment of Pension to Armed Forces Pensioners; notify the same to all
Public Sector Banks disbursing pension to Armed Forces pensioners/Family pensioners. A
copy of the notification may be endorsed to this Ministry.
5.
These orders shall be effective from 18 July, 1997.
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6.
This issues with the concurrence of the finance Division of this Ministry vide their UO
No.2940/Pen/2000 dated 28.08.2000.
7.
Hindi version will follow.
(L. K. HALDAR)
Under Secretary to the Govt of India
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Tele : 6192362
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Kendriya Sainik Board
West Block 4, Wing 5
R K Puram
New Delhi - 110066
No. 102/FA/KSB/D 07 Jan 2000
Directors/Secretaries
Deptts of Sainik Welfare/ Rajya Sainik Boards
TREATMENT OF EX-SERVICEMEN FOR SERIOUS
DISEASES IN CIVIL HOSPITALS : PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED
1. During the visit of the DGR and Secy KSB to attend RSB Meeting of Himachal Pradesh a
doubt had arisen regarding treatment of Ex-Servicemen/dependents for serious diseases in
Civil Hospitals. The procedure to be followed is highlighted/explained in the subsequent
paragraphs.
2. Any ex-Serviceman who is not a member of the AGI or Air Force Medical Insurance Scheme
and who is not re-employed, is eligible for reimbursement @ 60% in case of officers and 80%
in case of Personnel Below Officer Rank (PBOR) of the expenditure incurred by him for
treatment of serious diseases in a Civil Hospital, provided he could not be treated in a Military
Hospital and has not availed of a similar financial assistance for treatment of the Serious
Disease from any other source.
3. With effect from 10 Jun 98, rates of payment to Civil Hospitals for treatment of Serious
Diseases by the KSB have been revised as under :(a) In case of officers 60% of the cost of treatment.
(b) In case of Personnel Below Officer Rank (PBOR) 80% of the cost of treatment.
(c) Details of Para 3(a) and (b) are covered in Para 4.
4. Details of Serious Diseases Covered by the Kendriya Sainik Board (KSB) With effect from
10 Jun 99, details of diseases which are covered by the KSB for payment are as under:(a) Heart : Angiography, Angioplasty, By-Pass Surgery, Coronary Artery Surgery Open Heart
Surgery, Valve Replacement and Implementation of Pacemaker. (60%/80% of the package
rate with the concerned hospital).
(b) Cancer : Surgery, Radio-therapy and Chemo-therapy (Maximum payment upto Rs.60,000/).
(c) Renal : Replacement/Dialysis. (Maximum payment of Rs.75,000/- per year).
(d) Stroke : Acute Phase Management of Stroke (Cerebro Vascular Accident (60%/80% of the
package rate with the concerned hospital)
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(e) Prostate Surgery : Trans Urethral Resection of Prostate (TURP) only. (60%/80% of the
package rate with the concerned hospital)
(f) Arterial Surgery : Arterial Reconstruction/Re-vascularisation, Aneuryasmal Surgeries,
Carotid Artery, Thoracic and Abdominal Aorta, Carotid Angiography of Aorta. (60%/80% of the
package rate with the concerned hospital)
(g) Total Joint Replacement : A yearly grant of Rs.2 lakhs for providing prosthesis has been
given to MH Kirkee, Base Hospital Delhi Cantt, Army Hospital (RR) Delhi Cantt, INHS Aswini
Mumbai and Command Hospital Air Force Bangalore through DGAFMS.
(h) Treatment for Heart Diseases And Renal /Dialysis at Service Hospitals : The total amount
being charges by the Service Hospital for this treatment will be paid by the Kendriya Sainik
Board as per rates approved which has been fixed at a maximum of Rs.40,000/- total for Heart
and Rs.40,000/- per year for Dialysis only.
Procedure for the Treatment
5. Any of the above category of ex-Servicemen/dependent requiring assistance from the
Kendriya Sainik Board will first report to the nearest Service Hospital alongwith the exServiceman Identity Card, issued by the Zila Sainik Welfare Office/Rajya Sainik Board for
treatment. In case the treatment in respect of the above diseases can not be provided by the
Service Hospital, then such cases will be referred by the Service Hospital to the Civil Hospital
of the individual's choice, which is on the approved list of the KSB. After obtaining the
reference of the Service Hospital, the ex-Serviceman/dependent will forward a copy of the
same to this office, immediately. On receipt of the above, the KSB will intimate its undertaking
to pay directly to the Civil Hospital, 60%/80% of the cost of treatment whichever is applicable.
The ex-Serviceman/dependent will directly negotiate the terms of payment of the balance
amount (i.e. 40% or 20%) with the concerned Civil Hospital. After the operation/treatment is
completed, bills duly signed by the Medical Superintendent, with his official seal affixed and
also signed by the ex-Serviceman/his dependent, will be forwarded to this office, by the Civil
Hospital, along with a copy of the Hospital's admission and discharge summary, in respect of
the individual. Payment will be sent by cheque directly to the Hospital within 30 days of receipt
of the bill. In case the facility of a Service Hospital in the area is not available and the case
demands immediate hospitalization/treatment the ESM can report to the nearest Civil Hospital
which has been empanelled by the KSB/AGI for treatment. In case none of the two conditions
of a Service Hospital or a KSB/AGI empanelled Civil Hospital are met/available and the case is
emergent, an ESM/dependent may proceed for treatment of the disease (authorized in the list
of serious diseases of KSB as per para 4 above) to the nearest Civil Hospital for treating such
a disease. (Civil Hospital implies a Civil Govt Hospital or in its absence a Private Civil
Hospital). In the latter case the total amount of operation will be borne by the ESM which will
subsequently be reimbursed at the appropriate rates after operation. The admissible amounts
upto which payments will be made directly to the Civil Hospitals by the KSB are :(a) Heart : 60% for Officers and 80% for PBOR of the "package amount", as accepted by this
office.
(b) Cancer : 60% /80% of the expenditure incurred for the treatment, upto a maximum of
Rs.60,000/-.
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(c) Renal/Dialysis : 60% /80% of the actual expenditure, upto a maximum of
Rs.75,000/- per year.
6. As per this office letter No.102/KSB/AFFDF/4MC/97/D dated 19 May 97 eligible exServicemen can also undergo By-pass surgery at Cardio Thoracic Centre, Military Hospital,
Pune and RR Hospital, Delhi Cantt. without making any payment. In such cases payment is
made to these two hospitals by KSB @ Rs.40,000/- only. With effect from 10 Jun 99 all other
heart related surgery i.e. angiography, Angioplasty, Open Heart Surgery, Valve Replacement
and Pacemaker Implant can also be undertaken by ESM/dependents in the above two
hospitals. These Hospitals subsequently claim Rs.40,000/- per ex-Serviceman/his dependent,
for the By-pass surgery, from this office.
7. You are requested to disseminate the above information to all ex-Servicemen and their
dependents, through your respective Zila Sainik Welfare Offices.
Sd/(Ashok Sondhi)
Brigadier
Secretary
Kendriya Sainik Board
Encls : As above.
Copy to :
AG, Army Headquarters ADG, C&W, AG's Branch, Army Headquarters Managing Directors,
AGI DESA , Naval Headquarters
COP, Naval Headquarters AOA, Air Headquarters
ACOP (P&C), Naval Headquarters DGAFMS- request issue necessary instructions to MHs
DNPF, Naval Headquarters D(Res)/Ministry of Defence
DPS, Air Headquarters All Army, Navy & Air Force Command HQs - With a Directors
Resettlement Zones request to disseminate the above information to all subordinate
Formation HQs and Units.
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Tele: 26192359
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Kendriya Sainik Board
West Block-IV, Wing-V
RK Puram, New Delhi-66
No. 102/KSB/AFFDF/8th MC/Progress/2003/D 16 Jul 2004
Directors/Secretaries
Deptts. of Sainik Welfare/Rajya Sainik Boards
All States/UTs
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO EX-SERVICEMEN FOR
TREATMENT OF SERIOUD DISEASES
1. Reference this office letter of even number dated 11 Feb 2004.
2. Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS) which has been launched wef 01 Apr
2003 is not yetfully operational. Since, full implementation of this scheme is likely to take some
more time, it has been decided that till ECHS is fully implemented the KSB is to continue to
provide financial assistance to pensioner Ex-Servicemen (ESM) for medical treatment of
serious diseases upto 31 Mar 2005.
3. You are requested to forward claims of pensioner ESM as per procedure in vogue.
Attachment of attested photocopy of claimants ECHS registrations No/card is a mandatory
requirement for pursing of the claim. If the pensioners ESM do not join the ECHS, his claim
need not be submitted to this office for financial assistance.
4. It is once again requested that a comprehensive information regarding enrolment into the
ECHS may be initiated by all RSB/ZSBs to educate the pensioner ESM community about the
scheme. This aspect may be given wide publicity.
Sd/(SD Upadhyay)
Sr. Accounts Officer
Copy to:-Dir
(Res)/MoD
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Registered
Tele : 26192359
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Kendriya Sainik Board
West Block IV, Wing V
RK Puram, New Delhi - 66
No.102/KSB/AFFDF/8th MC/Progress/2003/D 08 Nov 04
Directors/Secretaries
Deptts. of Sainik Welfare/Rajya Sainik Boards
All States/UTs
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO EX-SERVICEMEN
FOR TREATMENT OF SERIOUS DISEASES
1. Reference this office letter of even number dated 16 Jul 04.
2. It is observed that pensioner ex-Servicemen/their authorised dependents and widows/family
pensioners in receipt of pension are not enrolling themselves in the ECHS (Ex-Servicemen
Contributory Health Scheme), which is a comprehensive medical care scheme covering all
diseases. It provides major medical benefits to the complete spectrum of ESM pensioners
settled in far-flung areas of the country, through a network of 227 polyclinics (104 in Military
Stations and 123 in Non Military Stations), by empanelling 431 Hospitals all over the country.
These polyclinics are being progressively set up, operationalised and constructed, are to be
completed earliest but not later than 31 Mar 2008. Likewise a number of private hospitals are
being empanelled progressively each fortnight across the country, to provide specialized
treatment/operations.
3. You are requested to take necessary steps to promote the ECHS scheme which will benefit
not
only the ex-Servicemen, but also family pensioners & widows who are in receipt of pensionthereby ensuring their medical care, even in absence of the pensioner. KSB has to utilise
almost 70% of its revenue towards medical treatment, which most members could/should
actually avail through joining the ECHS. It is felt that such revenue should be used for other
welfare activities, which is only possible if pensioners readily and willingly enroll into the ECHS.
4. Government of India has allotted adequate funds for implementation of ECHS but often
funds
remain unutilized. It is seen that ex-Servicemen are either not aware of this new scheme or are
reluctant to join due to various reasons. RSBs/ZSBs/Dept of Sainik Welfare Office may take
innovative steps to promote ECHS scheme for better medical care of pensioner ESM, widows,
disabled and orphan children of the pensioner ESM for their better today and tomorrow.
5. Kendriya Sainik Board has been providing financial assistance to ex-Servicemen/their
dependent for treatment of serious diseases out of the corpus of Armed Forces Flag Day Fund
which is very limited to cater for such heavy medical requirements. As per the Managing
Committee decision, Kendriya Sainik Board will provide financial assistance up to 31 Mar
2005, after which the present Medical Scheme of KSB will be applicable only to nonpensioners. The budget allotted for this head will be used for other new schemes like
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education scholarships to wards of ex-Servicemen, enhancedassistance to war-widows,
employment schemes etc, as also to possibly increase monetary limits.
6. Medical claims of pensioner ESM may continue to be forwarded only till 31 Mar 2005 in
respect of those individuals who have not or could not join ECHS, or have availed medical
assistance prior to joining ECHS. Where ESM/widows have enrolled into the ECHS, claims will
generally not be accepted since ECHS polyclinics and empanelled hospitals are functional and
treatment in Service Hospitals has commenced all over India since 01 Feb 2004. Only in dire
and special cases will KSB, thereafter, provide financial assistance for medical purposes to
enrolled ECHS members. You are requested to inform all Zila Sainik Boards in your State &
jurisdiction to spread full awareness of above provisions & of ECHS to the pensioner
community and to widows.
7. Kindly acknowledge receipt.
8. This has approval of DGR.
Sd/(Y N Sharma)
Brig
Secretary, KSB
Copy to :-Central Organisation ECHS
Moude Line
Delhi Cantt 110010.
that
country.
for information. Please intimate any
progressive changes in the scheme,
indicating state of empanelment of
civil hospitals and activation of Polyclinics, so
information iscommunicated across
the
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Registered
Ministry of Defence
Kendriya Sainik Board
West Block-4, Wing- 5
R K Puram, New Delhi -110066
No.2(2)/Policy/KSB/A 12 Mar 96
All Directors/Secretaries
Deptts of Sainik Welfare/
Rajya Sainik Boards
COURT CASES BY EX-SERVICEMEN FOR REDRESSAL OF GRIEVANCES
1. It has been observed that of late, more ex-Servicemen have been going to the Courts to
seek redressal on various matters related to their resettlement & welfare, which have been
agitating their minds. Invariably the DGR/ Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board are one of the
respondents in these Court cases. It will be appreciated that an ex-Servicemen, specially an
NCO or equivalent, who goes to the Court, does so as a very last resort, as he finds all other
avenues which are available to him, for redressal of his grievances closed. At the grass-root
level, the organisation which deals with the ex-Servicemen resettlement and welfare matters in
the State, is the concerned Rajya Sainik Board office/Deptt of Sainik Welfare and the Zila
Sainik Welfare offices. It will thus not be incorrect to assume that as these Court cases, are on
the increase, some of the concerned Zila/Rajya Sainik Board offices are not paying due
attention in resolving speedily the problems which are of concern to the ex-Servicemen of their
States/District, nor are these ex-Servicemen being apprised correctly regarding the existing
resettlement & welfare schemes of the State Govt/Centre. This needs to be corrected.
2. It may also be noted that even though the DGR or the Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board are
respondents in the Court cases, these cases will have to be defended in the Court by the
concerned Secretary RSB/Zila Sainik Welfare Officer, on behalf of the DGR/Secretary, KSB as
it is these Officers who deal with the grass-root level problems of their respective State exServicemen .It will thus be in the interest of the RSBs and ZSBs to pay more attention in
sorting out the problems and grievances of these ex-Servicemen, so that they are not
compelled to take up the matter in the Court.
3. You are requested to pass suitable instructions to all concerned in your Departments/Zilas
regarding the same.
Sd/(Vijay Thapar)
Commodore
Secretary
Kendriya Sainik Board
Copy to :-Director/
Resettlement Zones
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Tele : 26192362
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Kendriya Sainik Board
West Block-4, Wing- 5
R K Puram, New Delhi - 66
2(2)/Policy/KSB/A 06 Jun 2003
Secretary/Director
Rajya Sainik Board/
Dte of Sainik Welfare
__________________
__________________
COURT CASES BY EX-SERVICEMEN FOR REDRESSAL OF GRIEVANCES
1. Please refer to this office letter of even No. dated 12 Mar 1996.
2. The attention of the Directors, Deptts of Sainik Welfare/Rajya Sainik Boards was drawn,
vide the above quoted letter, towards the increasing number of Court Cases as the ESM have
frequently been approaching the courts to seek redressal on various matters related to their
welfare and resettlement. It was also requested that even though the DGR or the Secretary,
Kendriya Sainik Board are respondents in certain Court cases, these cases will have to be
defended in the Court by the concerned Secretary RSB/Zila Sainik Welfare Officer on their
behalf because it is these officers at Zila and State level who deal with the grass level
problems of their respective State ex-Servicemen.
3. It has, however, been experienced that some States have been reluctant in appearing in
court on behalf of DGR/Secy., KSB/MOD due to varying reasons. It is, therefore,
reemphasized that the overall responsibility of looking after the problems of ESM/families lies
at the level of RSB/ZSB. It will be in the interest of the Sainik Board Organisation that all such
cases are defended in the court by the concerned Secy. RSB/Dir Deptt of Sainik Welfare.
DGR/Secy., KSB may be consulted on the cases on as required basis.
4. It must be appreciated that Sainik Boards at various level are part of one organisation and
working for a common cause and any division of interest is likely to be detrimental to the
welfare of ex-Servicemen for which all are designed. It is requested that suitable instructions
be passed to all concerned on the subject.
Sd/(Harendra Mohan)
Brigadier
Secretary, KSB
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No. 30(143)/86/D/Pay/Services)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
New Delhi, September 15, 1987
To
The General Secretary
Indian Ex-Servicemen League
9, Nyaya Marg, Chanakypuri
New Delhi - 110021
Subject: EXEMPTION FROM PAYMENT OF TAXES
Sir,
I am directed to refer to you letter No.IESL/359/87. Dated 13.08.1987, on the above subject
and to say that Section 3 of Municipal Taxation Act. 1981 (Central Act. No II of 1881) provides
for exemption from payment of taxes of the following kind in respect of those persons who are
subject to the Army Act. 1950, Navy Act 1957 and Air Force Act. 1950 and who are compelled
by the exigencies of Army, Navy Air Force duty to reside within the limits of a Municipality or a
Cantonment: (a) Municipal or cantonment taxes on salaries.
(b) Municipal or cantonment taxes on professions, trades, callings, offices or
appointments.
(c) Municipal or cantonment taxes on animals or vehicles in respect of :-(
i) Any animal which such person is required by the regulation of the service to which he
belongs to keep and
(ii) Any vehicle which such person is permitted to keep in lieu of any animal which of the said
regulation would require him to keep.
(2) It is, thus clear that ex-Servicemen, who are not subject to Army Act/Navy/Air Force Act
referred to above are not exempt from payment of the above-mentioned taxes levied by local
bodies. In other words, ex-Servicemen are not exempt from payment of Property Tex,
Professional Tax etc. levied by local bodies.
3. This letter may please be published prominently in the next issue of your Magazine (Indian
Ex-Servicemen) for information and guidance of all concerned.
Yours faithfully,
Sd/(T.N. Fotedar)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
(Tele :- 3012739)
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Annexure - I
GOVERNMENT OF RAJASTHAN
Local Self Department, Jaipur
No.33938-58 Dated 26-6-1975
NOTIFICATION
No. Tax F 3(4)(45)/LSB/72- In exercise of the power conferred by sub-section (5) section 107
of Rajasthan Municipality Act. 1959 (Rajasthan Act 38 of 1959), the state Government being of
the opinion that sufficient grounds exist for doing so hereby exempts the war-widows (whose
husbands sacrificed their lives for saving the honour of their country) who own houses in any
Municipality/Municipal Corporation of the State and are themselves residing there or have sublet their houses from payment of rent tax under section 104 of the said Act.
By Order of the GOVERNOR
Sd/(J N Mathur)
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GOVERNMENT OF RAJASTHAN
Local Self Department, Jaipur
Dated 20-11-1975
NOTIFICATION
No Tax F 3 ( ) LSB/78 - In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (5) of section 107
of Rajasthan Municipality Act 1959 (Rajasthan Act No. 38 of 1959) the State Government
being of the opinion that sufficient grounds exist for doing so, hereby exempts such of the Exservicemen, widows of Ex-servicemen and their minor children as are not income tax payers
and have only one Residential accommodation in Rajasthan in which they are residing
themselves and no part of that house has been sub-let from payment of House Tax collected
by Municipalities, with effect from 1.4.1979. This facility will be in addition to the one granted
under notification NoTax/3(45)LSG/ 72.3393-58, dated 26-6-1975
By Order of the GOVERNOR
Sd/(Raghbir Singh)
Deputy, Secretary, Administration.
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No.25098/XIII/AG/PS5(B)/961/S/D(AG-II)
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA,
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE,
NEW DELHI, THE 15TH June, 1964.
To
All State Governments/Administrations
Subject : Land concessions to Service personnel serving in
Armed Forces
Sir,
I am directed to say that it has been brought to the notice of Government that applications from
serving personnel of the Defence Services for allotment of waste land for cultivation forwarded
to the various State Governments, have had no results. In the light of the representations
received by lower formations from certain serving personnel, I am to request that the
authorities concerned may kindly be asked to consider favorably the applications from Defence
Services personnel for allotment of waste land in their State.
2. It will be appreciated if a copy of the action taken in the matter is forwarded to this Ministry
for information.
Yours faithfully,
Sd/(N.K. SEN GUPTA)
UNDER SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
Copy to :-AG/
PS-5
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No.25098/XIII/AG/PS5(b)/1B05/D(AG-I)
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA,
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE,
NEW DELHI, THE 25TH April, 1967.
To
All State Governments/Administrations
Subject : Land concessions to Service personnel serving in Armed Forces and consideration of
their representations.
Sir,
I am directed to refer to this Ministry's letter No.25098/XIII/AG/PS5(b)/961/D(AG-II), dated the
15th June, 1964 (copy enclosed), on the above subject, and to say that it has been brought to
the notice of this Ministry that service personnel are facing great difficulty for the waste lands
allotted to them by the civil authorities due to the following reasons:(i) Allotments of land are not made on permanent basis;
(ii) Allotments of lands for home-stand and agriculture are made in different places far
away from each other which cause much inconvenience;
(iii) Lands allotted are at times not free from trouble of the original cultivators.
2. I am to add that it has also been represented by the service personnel that early action on
the requests made on the subject is not taken, even on personal representation to the civil
authorities concerned when soldiers are on leave.
3. In view of the position stated above, I am to request that necessary steps may kindly be
taken to remove the difficulties mentioned in para 1 above. It is also requested that expeditious
action on applications from serving personnel for allotment of Government waste land may be
taken and disputes arising from such allotment may kindly be settled as expeditiously as
possible.
Yours faithfully,
Sd/(G.D. CHOWDHRY)
UNDER SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
Copy to :-AG/
PS-5
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Tele : 6192362
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Kendriya Sainik Board
West Block-IV, Wing-5
RK Puram, New Delhi-66
189/KSB/B/RMDF/FCR 19 Mar 98
Director/Secretary
Deptt of Sainik Welfare/
Rajya Sainik Board
___________________
Secretary/ZSWO
Zila Sainik Board/
Zila Sainik Welfare Office
___________________
APPLICATION FOR GRANT OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
FROM RAKSHA MANTRI'S DISCRETIONARY FUND (RMDF)
1. Further to this office letters of even number dated 08 Feb 1996 and 01 May 1997 on the
above subject.
2. It has been experienced that in spite of the ruling quoted in the above mentioned two letters,
considerable delay continues to take place in processing cases of ESM/Widows/Dependents
for monetary grant out of RMDF. This is due to either incomplete application forms or non
forwarding of relevant documents/information along with the application. Incomplete
documentation results in unnecessary correspondence and causes deep anguish to the
ESM/Widows/Dependents who are desperate for assistance.
3. In order to avoid unnecessary correspondence and delay, it is imperative that RSBs/ZSBs
not only process cases expeditiously but also ensure their genuineness and completeness
before forwarding the same to the Kendriya Sainik Board for further action. To facilitate this
action, a list of documents required by the Ministry of Defence is attached as Appendix.
4. It has also been experienced by the staff at KSB that queries raised with Zila Sainik Boards
on financial assistance cases are not replied on time. This adds to the delay in finalizing cases.
Zila Sainik Welfare Officers are advised to forward a copy of the application for financial
assistance to the respective Director, Deptt of Sainik Welfare/Secretary, Rajya Sainik Board
also. Secretaries, Rajya Sainik Boards are advised to monitor and progress cases till their
finalization by this office.
5. Please acknowledge receipt.
Sd/(A.Sondhi)
Brigadier
Secretary
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APPENDIX 'A"
MARRIAGE GRANT
1. Application of the individual.
2. An Attested photocopy of Ration Card.
3. Detailed Financial Condition Report.
4. An Attested Copy of the Discharge Certificate.
5. Certificate from Zila Sainik Board that the applicant has not been provided any financial
assistance from the State Govt or any other source.
6. Certificate confirming the solemnization of marriage issued by the competent authority
7. Invitation cards/actual date of marriage
8. Details regarding means/source from where the marriage expenditure has been incurred
and also the amount still outstanding.
9. Date of Birth Certificate/Proof of age of the daughter for whose marriage the assistance is
sought.
MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT
1. Application of the individual.
2. An Attested photocopy of Ration Card.
3. Detailed Financial Condition Report.
4. An Attested Copy of the Discharge Certificate.
5. Certificate from Zila Sainik Board that the applicant has not been provided any financial
assistance from the State Govt or any other source.
6. Whether the ex-Serviceman was a member of AGI/AFGI and AGI/AFGI Medical Insurance
Scheme. If yes,whether he/she has been provided financial assistance from them.
7. Any reference from Military Hospital/reasons as to why the ex-Serviceman/patient did/could
not visit thenearest Military Hospital for treatment.
8. Diagnostic-sheet
9. All Medical bills duly countersigned by the attending doctor/competent medical authority.
HOUSE REPAIR
1. Application of the individual.
2. An Attested photocopy of Ration Card.
3. Detailed Financial Condition Report.
4. An Attested Copy of the Discharge Certificate.
5. Certificate from Zila Sainik Board that the applicant has not been provided any financial
assistance from the State Govt or any other source.
6. Owners Certificate of the damaged house.
7. Certificate by the competent authority regarding cause and extent of damage.
8. The estimated cost of repair of the damaged house, evaluated by the competent authority.
EDUCATION GRANT
1. Application of the individual.
2. An Attested photocopy of Ration Card.
3. Detailed Financial Condition Report.
4. An Attested Copy of the Discharge Certificate.
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5. Certificate from Zila Sainik Board that the applicant has not been provided any financial
assistance from the State Govt or any other source.
6. Certificate from the school to the effect that :(a) the student/children of the applicant is a bonafide student of that school.
(b) Year/session in which the child is studying.
(c) Date of Birth of the student.
2 YEARS MONTHLY GRANT
1. Application of the individual.
2. An Attested photocopy of Ration Card.
3. Detailed Financial Condition Report.
4. An Attested Copy of the Discharge Certificate.
5. Certificate from Zila Sainik Board that the applicant has not been provided any financial
assistance from the State Govt or any other source.
6. Confirmation from the State Govt as to why the applicant is not getting financial assistance
from State Govt.
7. What will the applicant do on expiry of the 2 years period.
8. Source of livelihood after discharge from service.
Note :1. It has been the experience of KSB that case of financial assistance for repair of house &
education grant are invariably rejected by the Ministry of Defence in respect of ESW/Widows
drawing pension/family pension. Hence such cases may not be forwarded to this office.
2. In case the ex-Serviceman/widow is in receipt of monthly grant from State Government, then
in such cases monthly grant of Rs.500/- is not admissible from RMDF.
3. It must be insured that the requisite documents for financial assistance from RMDF are
complete in all respect, before forwarding the case to the KSB
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FINANCIAL CONDITION REPORT FORM
(Particulars of ex-Serviceman and his family for grant of financial assistance from Raksha
Mantri's Discretionary Fund)
1. Name of the Applicant/ex-Serviceman__________________________________________
2. Service No. ________________________Rank________________________
3. Address : _________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
4. Date of (a) Enrolment : __________________________ (b) Discharge :
_________________
5.
Reasons
for
Discharge________________________________________________________
(As given in the Discharge document)
6.
Character
at
the
time
of
discharge
:
______________________________________________
7.
In
case
of
dependent,
mention
relationship
with
the
ex-Serviceman
:_______________________________
8.
Date
of
death
of
ex-Serviceman
:
________________________________________________
(if applicable)
9. Particulars of family members :
___________________________________________________________________________
___
Sl. Name of the Relationship Whether dependent* Age Occupation Monthly
No. individual with ESM or independent Income
___________________________________________________________________________
___
___________________________________________________________________________
___
* (As a general rule, sons of 21 years of age and daughters of 25 years of age/married
daughters do not fall in the category of dependent)
10. Detailed report on the Financial Condition of the petitioner/petitioner's family:(i) Was/is the ex-Serviceman in receipt of pension ? : YES/NO
(ii) Is the petitioner in receipt of pension? : YES/NO
(iii) Nature of pension : Service Pension/Family Pension/Disability Pension/ Civil Pension.
(iv) Total emoluments :
Basic _________________________
D.A. __________________________
Total ___________________________
(v)
Other
terminal
benefit
at
the
time
of
retirement
:
___________________________________
(vi) Land holding, if any : ____________________________________________________
Annual
income
from
the
land
:
Rs._________________________________________________
(vii) Income from any other sources: Rs.__________________________________________
(viii)
Present
employment
and
income
therefrom
:
____________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___
(ix) If reply to Para 10 (viii) is NIL, mention how he/she is maintaining his/her family
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_______________________________________________________________________
(x)
Whether
in
receipt
of
Second
pension
:
__________________________________________
(i.e., from re-employment)
If
yes,
amount
of
civil
pension
:
____________________________________________________
11.
Is/was
the
ex-Servicemen
re-employed
:
__________________________________________
12. If not re-employed, what has been the source of income after retirement from the armed
Forces:
___________________________________________________________________________
__
13.
Financial
assistance
received
from
various
other
sources
:
___________________________
(Details of financial assistance received from KSB/RSB/ZSB for any purpose in the past)
___________________________________________________________________________
__
14. State whether financial assistance received from any other sources from self-employment,
(if any) was
utilized for the purpose ? __________________________________________________
15.
Nature
of
financial
assistance
required
:
_____________________________________________________
(Applicant/ZSB required to fill up the particulars given below in
respect of the nature of financial assistance required only)
16. Assistance to Old and Infirm Ex-Servicemen/Widows of ESM - Rs.1,000/- p.m. for 2 years)
(i) Whether the ESM/dependent is in receipt of old age/WW-II pension/financial assistance
given by
State Govt under various State Govt schemes : ____________________________________
(ii) If not eligible for old age/WW-II pension financial assistance, the reason thereof :
___________________________________________________________________________
___
17. Financial Assistance for Daughter's Marriage - Rs.8,000/(i) Actual date of solemnization : _________________________________________________
(ii) * Whether confirmation certificate/marriage invitation card enclosed : _________________
(iii) How the marriage expenditure was met : _______________________________________
(iv) Details of loan taken for the purpose, if any, ________________________________
and amount still outstanding : Rs.______________________________________________
* - Confirmation certificate should be obtained from Gram Pradhan/Village/Taluk
Administration. In case application is made in advance, the grant, if sanctioned, will be
released only after getting confirmation of actual solemnization of marriage.
18. Medical Re-imbursement - (Upto a maximum of Rs.15,000/-)
(i) Whether the applicant approached the MH/Govt Hospital for treatment : ________________
(ii) If so, whether a copy of MH/Govt Hospital reference enclosed or not : _________________
(iii) If not, the reasons for not approaching MH/Govt hospital : ________________________
(iv) If re-employed, details of medical benefit schemes, if not, available with the re-employer :
___________________________________________________________________________
___
(v) Whether the applicant is a member of AGI/AFGI Medical benefit scheme? YES/NO
If so, the AGI/AFGI No. ____________________________________________________
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(vi)
Whether
original
medical
bills/receipts
have
been
_________________________________
counter signed by a competent medical authority?
(vii)
Whether
summary
of
medical
bills
are
enclosed
:
_________________________________
19. Grant for Education of Children - Rs.35/- per Child for Max. of 3 Children upto XII Std.
(i) Particulars of children for whom the education grant is applied for :
___________________________________________________________________________
__
Sl.No. Name Name of the School Class Year
(ii) Whether certificate obtained from concerned school, : YES/NO
confirming above details has been enclosed
(iii) Whether in receipt of scholarship/stipend for education purpose from any source :
YES/NO If so, give details :__________________________________________________
20. Grant for House Repair - Rs.10,000/(i)
Cause
of
damage
:___________________________________________________________
(ii)
Estimated
cost
of
repair
:
_____________________________________________________
(iii) Whether certificate obtained from Gram Pradhan enclosed : YES/NO
(iv) Whether any relief given by the State Govt/other Authorities : Yes/NO________________
If
not,
reasons
thereof
__________________________________________________________
21. Specific recommendation of Zila Sainik Board :
___________________________________________________________________________
__
___________________________________________________________________________
___
___________________________________________________________________________
___
___________________________________________________________________________
___
___________________________________________________________________________
___
___________________________________________________________________________
___
___________________________________________________________________________
___
___________________________________________________________________________
___
___________________________________________________________________________
___
Date : Signature :
Designation:
Office seal
Note : The cases of financial assistance from RMDF are processed on the basis of
information/particulars furnished in the FCR from by the ZSB. The Zila Sainik Welfare Officers
should ensure that information/particulars given in the form are correct and in accordance with
the discharge certificate and other documents. No column should be left blank.
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Tele : 3018458
16307/Policy/DGAFMS/DG-3A 26 August 93
KARYALAYA MAHA NIDESHAK
(OFFICE OF THE DGAMS/DG-3A)
ENTITLEMENT TO MEDICAL TREATMENT FROM SERVICE HOSPITALS:
EX-SERVICE PENSIONERS AND THEIR FAMILIES
1. Refer to our letter No 16307/DGAFMS/DG-3 dated 08 Oct.96.
2. Ex-Servicemen pensioners and their families are entitled medical treatment from Service
Hospitals under the provision of Para 296(O) of RMSAF 1983. The pensioner/widow is
required to produce a Non-Employment Certificate at the hospital to ensure proper recovery of
hospital stoppage vide this office letter under reference.
3. A Medical Treatment Entitlement Certificate as approved by the Medical Services Advisory
Committee vide its meeting held on 13 May 93 has been developed and enclosed as
Appendix. Copies of the certificate may please be disseminated to all concerned including all
Service HQs and Record Officers through Staff for information of all ranks and to apprise them
of the fact that this certificate will come into effect from 01 Jan 94.
4. The facilities of medical treatment are restricted by certain conditions as given in the
RMSAF 1983, and, only to unmarried family dependents of the eligible pensioners/widows.
This information has been incorporated as
a Note below Part II of the certificate.
5. It may also be brought to the notice of all that Part II of the certificate will be filled in by the
entitled person afresh when seeking treatment through a Service Hospital to certify the current
status of the family as well as the employability status.
6. Kendriya Sainik Board only: Wide publicity may please be given to the revised certificate
and all pensioners/widows be advised to get this certificate made with the assistance of the
nearest Zila Sainik Board by 31 Dec 93. Allpensioners/widows willing to avail of medical
facilities though Service Hospital should carry this certificate with them whenever visiting a
Service Hospital. Alternatively, the contents of the certificate may be incorporated in the
certificate identity card being issued by Kendriya Sainik Board.
7. The letter may please be read along with our letter under reference (Not to all)
Sd/-xx
(A Chaturvedi)
Col
Dir AFMS(H)
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Appendix to Note No.
16307/DGAFMS/DG-3A
dated 26 Aug 93
MEDICAL TREATMENT ENTITLEMENT CERTIFICATE FOR EX-SERVICE
PENSIONERS AND THEIR FAMILIES AND FAMILIES OF DECEASED
SERVICE PERSONNEL DRAWING PENSION OF SOME KIND
PART - I
(To be filled by concerned authorities at the Service HQ/Record Office)
1. This is to certify that No…………………………………Rank ….………………………
Name……………………………………………Branch/Trade…………………..Regt/Corps……
who retired from Army/Navy/Air Force, Service on ………………………….(Date of release), is
in receipt of service pension vide…………………………………………………………
2. He is not drawing/drawing a disability pension……………………………………………. Name
of disability(s), vide ………………………………………………… w.e.f …………….
3. His/Her Identity Card No. is ……………………………………….
4. It is certified that he/she has the following dependent members at the time of issue of this
certificate.
___________________________________________________________________________
__
S.No. Name Age Relationship Identification Marks
___________________________________________________________________________
___
1.
2.
3.
4.
___________________________________________________________________________
__
Stamp size photograph
Of ex-Service pensioner/Widow
(Signature, Name & Stamp of authority
in the service Dte/Record Office)
Station :
Date :
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NON-EMPLOYMENT CERTIFICATE AND PARTICULARS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
(To be filled in by ex-Service pensioner/widow)
1. I, No……………………………..Rank Ex…........................Name………………………
am employed/not employed by any Govt/Private Organisation.
2. I am employed in ……………………………………. (Name of Firm/Institution/Organisation)
and am getting/not getting any free medical treatment from my employer.
3. Particulars of my family who are dependent on me are as under:___________________________________________________________________________
___
Sr Name Relationship Date of Marital Identification Mark
No. Birth Status (i) (ii)
___________________________________________________________________________
___
___________________________________________________________________________
___
Date :
Signature ________________
Place : (Name in Block Capitals)
Complete Address
Note : 1. The scope of medical treatment entitled as per para 296(F) and 296(O) of RMSAF
1983.
2. Concessions for medical treatment are available only for service pensioners in receipt of a
service pension. Concessions are not admissible to the service pensioners who are employed
in Govt/Semi-Govt Deptts or other Public or Private Sector Undertaking which provide medical
facilities to their employees.
3. For the purpose of medical treatment family includes wife and unmarried children/step
children/adopted children who are dependent on pensioners. (Authority Govt of India, Ministry
of Defence letter No.16307/DGAFMS/DG-3A/D(AG-II) dated 14 Oct 66, as amended vide
Corrigendum No.16307/DGAFMS/DG-3A/2551/D(Med) dated 23 Jun 83).
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Tele : 3018304
Office of the Director General
Armed Forces Medical Services
‘M’ Block
Ministry of Defence
New Delhi- 110001
23090/DGAFMS/DG-IC 15 Oct. 93
The Director
Zonal Resettlement Dte.
HQ Northern Command
C/o 56 APO
FREE MEDICAL TREATMENT TO DEPENDENTS OF EX-SERVICEMEN
DRAWING DISABILITY PENSION
1. Reference your letter No. 23500/4/Med/DRWZ, dated 27 Jul 93 addressed to Min of Def,
Dte Gen of Resettlement, New Delhi.
2. The following provision exists for medical treatment of ex-Servicemen and their families:-(
a) Under para 296(f) (ii) of RMSAF 1983. The disabled ex-Servicemen who are drawing
disability pension, for a disability which is attributable to service, are authorised medical
treatment through Armed Forces Medical Services for that disability only. This provision
enables an ex-Serviceman who has not become eligible for treatment by virtue of length of his
service, to get benefits of medical treatment through AFMS for an attributable disability. He is
not entitled to treatment for any other illness through the AFMS and neither are his dependents
entitled for the same.
(b) Under para 296(o) of RMSAF 1983. The dependents of only those ex-Servicemen who are
drawing service pension are eligible for medical treatment through Armed Forces Medical
Services. The entitlement to medical treatment for dependents is by virtue of the exServicemen having earned his service pension due to the required years of service put in by
him.
Sd/(RK Sinha)
Col
Dir AFMS (Coord)
for DGAFMS
Copy to :Welfare & Complaints Officer Govt of India
Min of Defence
Kendriya Sainik Board
West Block IV, Wing 5
R K Puram, New Delhi – 66
For information with reference
to your letter
No.192/KSB/Pension/A
dated 17 Sep 93
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Tele : 26192361
Registered
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Kendriya Sainik Board
West Block-IV,Wing-V
RK Puram, New Delhi-66
No.102/KSB/AFFDF/8thMC/Progress/2003/D 11 Feb 2004
Directors Resettlement Zones
Secretaries/Directors
Rajya Sainik Boards/
Deptts of Sainik Welfare
All State/UTs
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO EX-SERVICEMEN ENTITLED TO ECHS
1. It was decided during the 8th Meeting of the Managing Committee of the Armed Forces Flag
Day Fund (AFFD Fund) and that those ESM and families who are eligible to become the
members of Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS) may not be considered for
financial assistance from AFFD Fund. The decision was taken in view of the meager resources
of AFFD Fund, depleting income from interest of the Corpus of the AFFD Fund and the vast
advantages of ECHS.
2. The matter regarding cut-off date of payment of such claims in respect of those ESM who
are eligible for ECHS was taken up with the Army Headquarters for their decision. Accordingly,
Central Organisation, ECHS, AG’s Branch, DHQ PO New Delhi vide their letter
No.B/49701/AG/ECHS dated 21 Jan 2004 has their approval that the cut-off date for financial
assistance from KSB would be 01 Apr 2004. As regards treatment of ESM in service hospital,
in view of allotment of budget by ECHS to service hospital, the cut-off date will be 05 Jan 2004,
as intimated vide our letter of even number dated 14 Jan 2004.
3. It has further been clarified that stoppage of financial assistance shall only be applicable to
ESM-pensioners, their widows, family members and next of kin who are in receipt of pension,
since ECHS is applicable to these categories only. World War-II Veterans, ECOs/SSCOs and
any other persons who are also ex-servicemen, but not pensioners, will continue to be
dependent on KSB for financial assistance.
4. In view of the above KSB will process financial assistance for serious diseases as hither-tofore for ex-servicemen up to and including 31 Mar 2004.
5. In view of the above policy decision, since the major impact will be on eligible ESM/Widows
who have not yet enrolled into the ECHS, it is again requested that a comprehensive
information campaign be initiated by all RSBs & ZSBs to educate the ESM community about
the scheme and disadvantage of not joining it. This aspect may be given vide publicity to make
the scheme a success.
Sd/(SC Saincher)
Brig
Secretary, KSB
Copy to :-DGAFMS
Central Organisation, ECHS
Dir (Res)/MoD
ADG (C&W)/Army HQ
DESA/NHQ
DPS/AIR HQ
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GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION IN KENDRIYA VIDALAYAS (1985-86)
(Copy of KSB letter No HLC-15-57/DGR/KSB/85 dated 17.10.85)
Based upon the recommendation of 15.57 of High Level Committee, revised guidelines for
admission in Kendriya Vidyalayas have been issued by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, New
Mehrauli Road, New Delhi – 110067 vide F-4-12/84-KVS(L&C) dated 26 March 85. Relevant
extract of para 15..3 (B) & (C) is appended below for your information please.
B - When the parent has retired from service or due to retire in the near future admission to his
children may be granted in Kendriya Vidyalaya at the place of his settlement after retirement
provided he produces a certificate to this effect from the Head of his Department/Office.
C - Admission to the children whose parents are posted to the Field Areas where no Kendriya
Vidyalaya is situated may be granted in a Kendriya Vidyalaya at the place where their family
reside.
Sd/(SC Chadha)
Wg Cdr
W & CO
K S Board
Copy to :-1.
The President
Indian Ex-Servicemen League
9, Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi
2. The General Secretary
National Ex-Servicemen Co-ordination Committee
B-13 Manak Vihar, PO- Tilak Nagar
New Delhi 110018
3. Air Force Association
Air Force Station
Race Course Camp.
New Delhi- 110 003
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MINISTER OF DEFENCE
INDIA
D.O.No.12(73)/US(WE)/2000/D(Res)/7833-F/RM 17 November, 2000
The issue of reservation of seats for widows/wives/wards of Armed Forces Personnel
killed/disabled in action in professional and non-professional courses in universities and
autonomous institutes run by Central/State Governments has all along been pursued during
various meetings of Kendriya Sainik Board. As a result, majority of Central/State universities
and professional institutes have made provision for reservation for wives/widows/wards of
Defence personnel and ex-servicemen, It has, however, been observed that while providing
reservations, these universities/institutes do not adhere to the under mentioned prioritization
prescribed by Ministry of Defence for reservation of seats under Defence category resulting in
non-utilisation or under-utilisation of the reserved seats.
(i) Widows/wards of Defence personnel killed in action.
(ii) Wards of serving personnel and ex-servicemen disabled in action.
(iii) Widows/Wards of Defence personnel who died in peace time with death attributable to
military service.
(iv) Wards of Defence personnel disabled in peace time with disability attributable to military
service.
(v) Wards of ex-servicemen and serving personnel who are in receipt of Gallantry Awards.
(vi) Wards of ex-servicemen.
(vii) Wards of serving personnel.
I shall be grateful if you kindly advise to all Central universities, autonomous bodies,
professional and non-professional institutes including IITs and IIMs to consider providing
minimum 5% reservation to the wards of Defence personnel and ex-servicemen and the seats
reserved for them should be allotted strictly in accordance with the priorities of seven
categories of Defence personnel as indicated above.
With regards,
Yours sincerely,
Sd/-George
Fernandes
Shri Murli Manohar Joshi
Minister for Human Resource Development
Shastri Bhavan
New Delhi
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No.9(1)/703/Edn Concession/D(Res)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
New Delhi, the 06th Aug 2003
To
The Chief of the Army Staff
The Chief of Navy Staff
The Chief of Air Staff
SUB : AWARD OF EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP TO CHILDREN OF ARMED FORCES
OFFICERS/PERSONNEL BELOW OFFICER RANK KILLED/ MISSING/PERMANENTLY
DISABLED IN ACTION-STUDYING IN VARIOUS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES
Sir,
In super session of Ministry of HRD/Deptt of Education letter No.F.14-2/88-School-I dated 20
May 1988 and Ministry of Defence OM No.9(1)/90/Edn Concession/D(CS-II) dated 14 May
1990 on the above subject, the undersigned is directed to say that the following educational
concessions which were till now admissible to the children of Armed Forces personnel
killed/missing or permanently disabled in 1962, 1965, 1971 wars, Op PAWAN and Op
MEGHDOOT only, are hereby extended to the children of the Armed Forces personnel who
were killed/ declared missing or permanently disabled during all post MEGHDOOT operations
in India and abroad,\including Counter Insurgency Operation, studying in Govt/Govt aided
schools/educational institutes, Military/Sainik Schools and other schools or colleges
recognized by the Central or State Govts including the autonomous organizations financed
entirely by Central/State Govts.
(a) Complete exemption from tuition fee (full amount) and other fees (Capitation fee and
Caution money not included) levied by the educational institutions concerned including
charges levied for the school bus maintained by the school or actual fares paid for railway pass
for students or bus fare certified by the Head of Institutes).
(b) Grants to meet hostel charges in full for those studying in boarding schools and colleges.
(c) Cost of Books and Stationery : Rs.250/- (rupees two hundred and fifty) per annum per
student
or the amount claimed by the student, whichever is less.
(d) Cost of Uniform where this is Compulsory; Rs.810/- (Rupees eight hundred ten only) at the
maximum during 1st year and Rs.350/- (Rupees three hundred fifty only) for the subsequent
years per annum per student or the amount claimed by the student, whichever is less.
(e) Clothing : Rs.250/- (Rupees two hundred fifty only) for the first year and Rs.150/- (Rupees
One hundred fifty only) for the subsequent years per annum per student or the amount claimed
by the student, whichever is less.
2. The above educational concessions will be available up to and inclusive of the First Degree
Course.
3. These educational concessions will be paid from Major Head 2076 and Minor Head 300
B(a) of the Defence Services Estimates (Army) and the relevant Heads of Navy and Air Force.
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4. This issues with the concurrence of Ministry of Defence (Finance Division) vide their u.o.
No.805/PD/03 dated 29 Jul 03.
Yours faithfully
Sd/(VK Jain)
Under Secretary to the Govt of India
Tele:23014946
Copy to :-Min
of Defence(Fin/AG/PD)
CGDA, Dir of Audit, Defence Services
All Controllers of Defence Accounts
All Commands Headquarters
Signed copies to be sent to : ALL CDAs
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Appendix ‘A’
PROCEDURE FOR SUBMISSION OF CLAIM-EDN SCHOLARSHIP
1. Reimbursement claims in duplicate alongwith original receipts as authorized vide GOI, MOD
letter No.9(1)/ 703/Edn Concessions/D(Res) dated 06 Aug 03, duly countersigned by the Head
of the Institute, alongwith office seal should be forwarded to CW-3/AG’s Branch, Army
Headquarters, South Block, New Delhi-11, on annual basis. The claim should be supported by
other documents as given in check list.
2. In case of officers, Entitlement Card for Education Scholarship should be obtained from
AG/MP-5(b), Army HQ, New Delhi-11, and for PBOR the same be obtained from the
respective Record Offices.
3. In case of serving personnel the claim should be submitted through the unit whereas in case
of retired eligible personnel it should be sent directly to CW-3/AG’s Branch, Army
Headquarters, South Block, New Delhi -110 011, duly completed in all respects.
4. Proforma for Entitlement Card, Check list and Contingent Bill are enclosed as Annexure I, II
and III respectively.
PROFORMA
___________________________________________________________________________
___
Annexure - ‘I’
EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP-ENTITLEMENT CARD
(To children of Armed Forces personnel killed/disabled/missing in wars/CI Operations)
The
holder
of
this
card
Shri/Km___________________________________________________
Born
on
____________________is
the
son/daughter
of
Shri/Smt_________________________
Rank______________________of
Unit____________________Service___________________
Service No.________________________killed in action/permanently disabled/missing
on_____
____________________________during______________________(Name of War/Operation)
Name of guardian____________________________________________________________
Address____________________________________________________________________
___
The holder is eligible for all educational concessions sanctioned by Central Government for
children of Armed Forces personnel killed, missing or permanently disabled in wars/CI
Operations.
Signature of the authorized Officer
Office Address:
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Annexure ‘II’
CHECK LIST FOR SUBMISSION OF EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
1. Contingent bill(s) has/have been countersigned by the Principal/Headmaster.
2. Revenue stamp has been affixed on the contingent bill with signature.
3. Name, rank and service number of the father/mother of the child/children has been indicated
in the claim.
4. Name of the child and class has been indicated in the claim.
5. Original receipts of uniform (where uniform is compulsory), clothing, books, tuition fee,
bus/rail fare and hostel charges have been attached with the claim. In case of uniform
allowance and hostel charges, certificate from the institution that uniform is compulsory and
hostel charges being claimed are the actual charges levied by the Institute Hostel charges
should not include messing and other ancillary charges.
6. Photocopy of the entitlement card of the child is attached with the claim.
7. A photocopy of the authority stating that the father of the child has been
killed/missing/permanently disabled during conflict/CI Operation.
8. Ensure that the reimbursement of cost of books and stationery, cost of uniform where it is
compulsory and cost of clothing have been claimed as laid down in Govt of India letter.
9. Certificate to the effect that the reimbursement claimed against expenditure on tuition fee,
hostel charges and bus/rail fare has actually been incurred by the child.
10. The certificate from the Head of the Institute that the Institute is Govt/Govt aided or
public/private institute recognized by Central/State Govt or is an autonomous organization
financed entirely by the Central/State Govts, whichever is applicable, should be attached with
the claim.
11. Details of bank account (Name of account holder, Account number, bank address and
code) may be enclosed.
12. Contingent bill alongwith all enclosures including all cash receipts may be submitted in duplicate.
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Annexure ‘III’
CONTINGENT BILL
For official use only
Contingent Bill
No.______________________________________of_________________________________
__
Total allocation of Fund_________________________________________
Expenditure already incurred : Rs.______________________
Amount of this bill : Rs.__________________________________
Balance
:
Rs.________________________________________________________________________
___
Expenditure
on
account
of
scholarship
in
respect
of
Master/Kum__________________________
____________________________son/daughter
of____________________________________
studying
in
Class____________________School/College______________________________
for
the
academic
year_______________________________to___________________________
Sl. Date Details of actual expenditure Amount No. Rs. Ps.
___________________________________________________________________________
__
1. Tuition fee and other fee
2. Hostel fee (excluding mess charges)
3. School bus charges (certificate enclosed)
4. Books & Stationery
5. Uniform
6. Clothing
___________________________________________________________________________
___
Grand
Total
___________________________________________________________________
(Rupees__________________________________________________________________onl
y)
1. Certified that the above charges/expenditure have been necessarily incurred by the student
and he/she is not in receipt of any other concession/scholarship from the school/college as
well as from the State/Central Government.
2. Certified that the claim has been prepared strictly as per the rates and instructions laid down
in Govt of India, Min of Def letter No.9(1)/703/Edn Concession/D(Res) dated 06 Aug 03.
3. Certified that amount claimed does not exceed the amount which has been actually incurred
by the child during the period of the claim.
4. Certified that the school/college is Govt/Govt aided/unaided but recognised by State/Central
Government
(name
of
the
state/UT)____________________________________________vide
Govt
letter
No.________________________________ dated_____Received payment._______
(Signature on revenue stamp)
Mother/Father of the child
Date:_______________
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Place_______________
Certified that :(a) Amount claimed above has actually been incurred by the student.
(b) Rates of tuition fee, hostel charges (messing and administrative charges not included),
bus/rail charges etc claimed above are the actual charges as approved by the Competent
Authority
for
the
academic
year
_______________vide
circular
No.___________dated_______
Counter-signed
___________________
Principal
(Name of the school/college with
rubber stamp of the institution Office seal/Round stamp
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Tele:23018110
Ceremonial & Welfare Dte
Adjutant General’s Branch
Army HQ, South Block
New Delhi - 110 011
B/44601/AG/CW-3 29 Aug 03
______________________
______________________
(HQ Commands, Record Offices, Dtes of Army HQ)
AWARD OF EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP TO CHILDREN OF ARMED FORCES
OFFICERS/ PERSONNEL BELOW OFFICER RANK KILLED/MISSING PERMANENTLY
DISABLED IN ACTION-STUDYING IN VARIOUS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES
1. Education concessions as given in GOI, MOD letter No.9(1)/90/Edn Concessions/D(GS.II)
dated 14 May 1990, which were till now admissible to the children of Armed Forces personnel
killed/missing or permanently disabled in 1962, 1965, 1971 wars, Op PAWAN and
MEGHDOOT have now been extended to the children of the Armed Forces personnel
killed/declared missing or permanently disabled during all post MEGHDOOT operations in
India and abroad including Counter Insurgency operations, vide GOI, MOD letter
NO.9(1)/703/Edn Concessions/ D(Res) dated 06 Aug 03.
2. Claims for reimbursement of above concessions in case of eligible children studying in Govt
recognized public/private institutes were being admitted by AG’s Branch, Army HQ whereas
claims for children studying in Central/State Govt institutes were being admitted by respective
institutes out of the grants received from States. Consequent to issue of revised policy letter
cited above, all claims will now be submitted to Ceremonial & Welfare Dte/CW-3, AG’s Branch,
Army Headquarters, South Block, New Delhi - 110 011 for reimbursement.
3. Govt of India, MOD Letter No.9(1)/703/Edu Concession/D(Res) dated 06 Aug 03 and
Appendix ‘A’ alongwith its enclosures are forwarded herewith for further dissemination upto
unit level.
4. Respective Directorates and Record Offices Only : You are requested to disseminate the
contents of revised policy alongwith Appendix and its enclosures to all entitled personnel, with
particular reference to those who have already proceeded on retirement/invalided out.
Sd/(DPS Thalor)
Lt Col
AAG/CW-3
For Adjutant General
Encl : As stated
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Tele : 6872362
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
Kendriya Sainik Board
West Block IV, Wing V
R K Puram New Delhi - 66
No. 192/KSB/IC-94/D 27 Apr 94
The Secretary/Director
Sainik Welfare
ISSUE OF IDENTITY CARDS TO WAR WIDOWS & OTHER ELIGIBLE WIDOWS
1. In the continuation of this Board circular of even number dated 31 Dec 87.
2. Railways have extended rail travel concession to war widows since 01 Apr 87. Identity
Cards are to be issued to the war widows for rail travel concession by this Board as agreed to
by the Ministry of Railways vide their communication No TCCII/2066 85/22 dated 03 Mar 87.
3. In this connection, please refer to this Board’s letter No. 192/KSB/IC-76/D dated 5 Jul 76
wherein guidelines regarding the provision of Identity Cards to war widows and other widows
by Director Sainik Welfare/Zila Offices were issued. For this purpose, yellow coloured Identity
Cards printed by KSB are issued to war widows centrally from this Board.
4. In order to ensure that there is no misuse of this rail travel concession, it is proposed to get
the facts verified from the Record Offices before forwarding the application to this Board. One
copy of the application form will be retained by the Director Sainik Welfare/Zila Sainik Welfare
Offices and two copies along with two passport size photographs will be forwarded to
concerned Record Office with a request to verify the cause of death as per records held.
Subsequent to verification, Record Offices will forward a copy of the application alongwith two
copies of the photographs to this for Board for issue of Identify Card.
Sd/(K Sridharan)
Air Cmde
Secretary, KSB
Copy to :-AG/
Org.-3 & Org-9
AG Org & Inspectorate of Records, RK Puram
DPS, Air HQ s
COP, Naval HQs
AF Record Office, Subroto Park, New Delhi.
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Appendix M No.F14/26/64-Est.(D)
Government of India
Ministry of Home Affairs
New Delhi the 11th October, 1966
19th Asvina, 1888
NOTIFICATION
GSR In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 and clause (5) of article
148 of the Constitution and after consultation with the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India
in relation to persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts department, the President
hereby makes the following rules for regulating the reservation of vacancies in the Central Civil
and Posts, Class III and Class IV, for ex-Servicemen, namely :1. Short title, commencement and period of operation.
(1) These rules may be called the ex-Serviceman (Reservation of vacancies in the Central Civil
Services and Posts, Class III and Class IV)Rules, 1966.
(2) They shall be deemed to have come into force with effect from the 1st July, 1966.
(3) They shall remain in force for a period of two years from the 1st July, 1966.
2. Definition.
In these rules, the expression “ex-Serviceman” means a person who, having served in any
rank, (whether as a combatant or not) in the Armed Forces of the Union, has been released
therefrom.
Explanation :- for the purposes of this clause, “Armed Forces of the Union” shall include the
Armed forces of the former Indian States but does not include members of the following
Forces, namely :(a) Assam Rifles;
(b) Lok Sahayak Sena; and
(c) General Reserve Engineering Force
3. Application :-These rules shall apply to all the Central Civil Services and Posts, Class III and
Class IV.
4. Reservation of Vacancies : For a period of two years commencing from 1st July, 1966 :-(
a) Ten percent of the permanent vacancies in all the Central Civil Services and Posts, Class III
and,
(b) Twenty percent of the permanent vacancies in all the Central Civil Services and Posts
Class IV,
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To be filled by direct recruitment in any year shall be reserved for being filled by exServicemen provided that in any one recruitment year the total number of vacancies reserved
for ex-Servicemen, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes taken together shall not exceed
45 percent of the vacancies to be filled in that year.
5. Special provision regarding age limits. For appointment to the reserved vacancies in Class
III and Class IV posts, every ex-Serviceman, who has put in not less than six months
continuous service in the Armed forces of the Union or of the former Indian State, shall be
allowed to deduct the period of such service from his actual age and if the resultant age does
not exceed the maximum by more than three years, he shall be deemed to satisfy the
condition regarding age limit.
6. Special provision regarding educational qualification. For appointment to any reserved
vacancies in the Class IV posts of Peon, Daftry, Jamadar and Record Sorter, every exServiceman, who has put in not less than three years’ service in the Armed Forces of the
Union or in the Armed Forces of a former Indian State or with the Civil Department of the
Government of India, shall be exempt from the prescribed educational qualification.
7. Amendment of Recruitment Rules All rules regulating the recruitment of persons to Class III
and Class IV posts under the Central Government shall be deemed to have been amended to
the extent provided for in these rules.
Sd/(Mrs. R.M. Shroff)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt of India
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No. 14/11/68-Est.(D)/Estt (C)
Government of India
Ministry of Home Affairs
New Delhi-1, the 13 February, 1969
23 Magha, 1890
NOTIFICATION
GSR In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 and clause (5) of article
148 of the Constitution and after consultation with the comptroller and Auditor General of India
in relation to persons serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, the President
hereby makes the following rules for regulating the reservation of vacancies in the Central Civil
Services and Posts, Class III and Class IV, for ex-Servicemen, namely :1.Short title, commencement and period of operation :
(1) These rules may be called the ex-Servicemen (Reservation of vacancies in the Central Civil
Services and Posts, Class-III and Class-IV)Rules, 1969.
(2) They shall be deemed to have come into force with effect from the 1st July, 1968.
(3) They shall remain in force for a period of three years from the date of their commencement.
2. Definition : In these rules, the expression “ex-Servicemen” means a person who has served
in any rank (whether as a Combatant or not) in the Armed forces of the Union for a continuous
minimum period of six months and who has been released otherwise than by way of dismissal
or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency.
Explanation: For the purposes of this clause, “Armed Forces of the union” shall include the
Armed Forcesof the former Indian States but does not include members of the following
Forces, namely:(a) Assam Rifles
(b) Lok Sahayak sena and
(c) General Reserve Engineering Force
3. Application : These rules shall apply to all the Central Civil Services and Posts, Class III and
Class IV.
4. Reservation of vacancies : Ten percent of the vacancies in Class III posts and twenty
percent of the vacancies in Class IV posts, including permanent vacancies filled initially on a
temporary basis and temporary vacancies which are likely to be made permanent likely to
continue on a long term basis, to be filled by direct recruitment in any year shall be reserved
for being filled by ex-Servicemen, provided that in any one recruitment year the total number of
vacancies reserved for ex-Servicemen, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes taken
together shall not exceed forty-five percent of the vacancies to be filled in that year.
5. Special provision regarding age limit. For appointment to the reserved vacancies in Class III
and Class IV posts, every ex-Servicemen who has put in not less than six months continuous
service in the Armed Force of the Union or in the Armed Forces of a former Indian State shall
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be allowed to deduct period of such service from his actual age and if the resultant age does
not exceed the maximum age limit prescribed for the post for which he seeks appointment by
more than three years, he shall be deemed to satisfy the condition regarding age limit.
6. Special provision regarding education qualification :- For appointment to any reserved
vacancies in the Class IV posts of Peon, Daftry, Jamadar and Record sorter, every exServicemen, who has put in not less than three years service in the Armed forces of the Union
or in the Armed Forces of a former Indian state or with the Civi lDepartment of the government
of India, shall be exempt from the prescribed educational qualification.
7. Amendment of Recruitment Rules : All rules regulating the recruitment of persons to Class
III and Class IV posts under the Central Government shall be deemed to have been amended
to the extent provided for in these rules.
Sd/(K. Madhava Rao)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
No. SB.II/WES.2369/1136
Home department (Spl)
Sachivalaya, Ahmedabad-15
Dated the 10 Mar 1969
Forwarded with compliments to :
1. The Under Secretary to the govt. of Gujarat
2. The Secretary Gujarat State Soldiers’ Sailors’ and Airman’s Board, Ahmedabad.
For information and necessary action.
Sd/(B.N.Acharya)
Under Secretary to the Government of Gujarat
Home Department (Special)
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NO.13/24/73-Estt (C)
Government of India/Bharat Sarkar
Department of Personnel & Administrative Reforms
(Karmik aur Prashasnik Vibhag)
New Delhi - 110001 Dated the 26th Oct 1974
NOTIFICATION
GSR In exercise of the power conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution, the
President hereby makes the following rules for regulating the reservation of vacancies in the
Central Civil Services and Posts, Class III and Class IV for ex-Servicemen, namely :1.Short title, commencement and period of operation.
(1) These rules may be called the ex-Serviceman (Reservation of vacancies in the Central Civil
Services and Posts, Class III and IV) Rules, 1974.
(2) They shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of July, 1974.
(3) They shall remain in force for a period of five years from the date of their commencement.
1. Definition. In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires :(a) Armed Forces of the Union” means the Naval, Military or Air Forces of the Union.
(b) “disabled ex-Servicemen” means an ex-Serviceman who while serving in the Armed Forces
of the Union was disabled in operations against the enemy or in disturbed areas;
(c) “ex-Serviceman” means a person, who has served in any rank (whether as a combatant or
as non-combatant), in the Armed Forces of the Union, including the Armed Forces of the
former Indian States but excluding the Assam Rifles, Defence Security Corps, General
Reserve Engineering Force, Jammu & Kashmir Militia, Lok Sahayak Sena and Territorial
Army, for a continuous period of not less than six months after attestation, and
(i) has been released, otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of
misconduct or inefficiency or has been transferred to the reserve pending such release or
(ii) has to serve for not more than six months for completing the period of service requisite for
becoming entitled to be released or transferred to the reserve as aforesaid;
(i) “reserved vacancies” means vacancies reserved under rule 4 for being filled by exServicemen.
3. APPLICATION. These rules shall apply to all the Central Civil Services and Posts, Class III
and IV.
4. (1) Reservation of vacancies. Ten percent of the vacancies in each of the categories of
class III posts and of such posts in each class III service and twenty percent of the vacancies
in each of the categories of class IV posts and as such posts in each class IV service including
permanent vacancies filled initially on a temporary basis and temporary vacancies which are
likely to be made permanent and/or are likely to continue for three months and more, to be
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filled by direct recruitment in any year shall be reserved for being filled by ex-Servicemen.
Provided the percentage of reservation so specified for ex-Servicemen in a category of posts
shall be increased or decreased in any one recruitment year to the extent to which the total
number of vacancies reserved for ex-Servicemen, scheduled castes and scheduled tribes
(including the carried forward reservations for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes) and for
any other categories taken together falls short or is in excess, as the case may be, of fifty
percent of the vacancies in the category of posts filled in that year. Provided further that in
case of an increase in the reservation for the ex-Servicemen under the proceeding proviso, the
additional vacancies so made available to them shall be utilised first for the appointment of
disabled ex-Servicemen and if any such vacancies still remain unfulfilled thereafter the same
shall then be made available to other ex-Servicemen.
(2) Out of the vacancies reserved for being filled by ex-Servicemen, vacancies shall be
reserved for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribe is selected,
his selection shall be provided for the scheduled castes or scheduled tribes in accordance with
the orders as are issued in this behalf by the Central Government from time to time.
5. Special provision regarding age limit. For appointment to reserved vacancies every exServicemen who has put in not less than six months continuous service in the Armed Forces of
the Union shall be allowed to deduct the period of such service from his actual age and if the
resultant age does not exceed the maximum age limit prescribed for the post/service for which
he seeks appointment by more than three years, he shall be deemed to satisfy the condition
regarding age limit.
6. (1) Special provision regarding education qualification. For appointment to any reserved
vacancy in the Class IV posts of Peon, Daftry, Jamadar and Record Sorter, every exServicemen who has put in not less than three years services in the Armed Forces of the
Union shall be exempted from the prescribed educational qualification. Explanation In
computing for the purpose of this sub-rule the period of service which a person has put in, in
the Armed Forces of the Union any period during which he served in a Civil Department, of the
Government of India shall be included.
(2) For appointment to any reserved vacancy in the Class IV posts other than those referred to
in sub-rule (I) the appointment authority may at its discretion relax the minimum educational
qualification, if any, prescribed in respect of such posts in favour of such ex-Servicemen who
are otherwise eligible for appointment to such posts
7. Amendment to recruitment rules. All rules regulating the recruitment of persons to Class III
and IV posts and services under the Central Government shall be subject to the provisions of
these rules and shall be construed accordingly.
Sd/(J.S. Ahluwalia)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
No. 13/24/73-Estt(C) dated 26th October 1974.
Copy forwarded to : (1) all Min/deptts of U.O.I. (2) All UT Govts/Amns (3) M/O Law(Legislative
Deptt) .w.r.t. U.O. No. 3938/74-SRO, dated 7.10.1974 (4) Dte Gen Resettlement (5) Liaison
Officer 9D.G.E.&T), M/O Defence (DGR) (6)All Admin/Service Sections of the Deptt of
Personnel & AR.
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Sd/(J.S. Ahluwalia)
Under Secretary to the Government of India
Explanatory Memorandum to the ex-Servicemen (Reservation of vacancies in the Central Civil
Services and Posts, Class III and IV) Rules, 1974.
*****
Under the ex-Servicemen (Reservation of vacancies in the Central Civil Services and Posts
Class III and IV) Rules, 1974 as amended from time to time the reservation for ex-Servicemen
were available in the vacancies filled by direct recruitment in the Central Civil Services and
Posts, class III and IV. These rules ceased to be in force with effect from the 1st July 1974.
The underlying intention of these rules was to ensure rehabilitation of ex-Servicemen who are
released to comparatively young age when they can be useful in civil life. It has, therefore
been decided to extend the period of reservations for a further period of five years which effect
from the 1st July, 1974 so as to provide for the appointment of ex-Servicemen in the reserved
vacancies arising from the 1st July, 1974. This will not adversely affect the rights of any
person.
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No. 39016/10/79-Estt(C)
Government of India/Bharat Sarkar
Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms
(Karmik aur Prashasanik Sudhar Vibhag)
New Delhi-1 the 15 Dec. 1979
NOTIFICATION
In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the constitution, the
President hereby makes the following rules for regulating the recruitment of ex-servicemen in
Central Civil services and Posts, namely :-1.
Short title and commencement –
(1) These rules may be called the Ex-servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Services
and Posts) Rules, 1979.
(2) They shall be deemed to have come into force on the first day of July, 1979.
2. Definitions - In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires
(a) “Armed Forces of the Union” means the naval, military and air force of the Union.
(a) “disabled ex-serviceman” means an ex-Serviceman, who while serving in the Armed
Forces of the Union was disabled in operations against the enemy or in disturbed areas;
(a) “ex-serviceman” means a person, who has served in any rank (whether as a combatant or
as non-combatant), in the Armed Forces of the Union, including the Armed Forces of the
former Indian States, but excluding the Assam Rifles, Defence Security Corps, General
Reserve Engineering Force, Lok Sahayak Sena and Territorial Army, for a continuous period
of not less than six months after attestation, and
(i) has been released otherwise than at his own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on
account of misconduct or inefficiency, or has been transferred to the reserve pending such
release, or
(i) has to serve for not more than six months for completing the period of service requisite for
becomingentitled to the released or transferred to the reserve as aforesaid; or
(i) has been released at his own request, after completing five years service in the Armed
Forces of the Union;
(d) “Para military forces” means Border Security Force, Central Reserve Police Force, IndoTibetan Border Police, Central Industrial Security Force, Secretariat Security Force, Assam
Rifles, and Railway Protection Force;
(e) “reserved vacancies” means vacancies reserved under rule 4 for being filled by exservicemen.
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3. Application - These rules shall apply to all the Central Civil Services and Posts, Group ‘C’
and Group ‘D’ and to the posts of the level of Assistant Commandant in all para military forces.
4. Reservation of vacancies - (1) Ten percent of the vacancies in the posts of the level of
Assistant Commandant in all para-military forces; ten percent of the vacancies in each of the
categories of the Group ‘C’ posts and of such posts in each group ‘C’ service; and twenty
percent of the vacancies in each of the categories of Group ‘D’ posts and of such posts in each
Group ‘D’ service, including permanent vacancies filled initially on a temporary basis and
temporary vacancies which are likely to be made permanent or are likely to continue for three
months and more, to be filled by direct recruitment in any year shall be reserved for being filled
by ex-servicemen: Provided the percentage of reservation so specified for ex-servicemen in
category of posts shall be increased or decreased in any one recruitment year to the extent to
which the total number of vacancies reserved for ex-Servicemen; Scheduled Castes and
Scheduled Tribes (including the carry forward reservations for Scheduled Castes and
Scheduled Tribes) and for any other categories taken together, falls short or is in excess, as
the case may be or fifty percent of the vacancies in that category of posts filled in that year :
Provided further than in case of an increase in the reservation for the ex-Servicemen under the
preceding proviso, the additional vacancies so made available for them shall be utilised first for
the appointment of disabled ex-Servicemen and if any such vacancies still remain unfilled
thereafter the same shall then be made available to other ex-Servicemen.
(2) Out of the vacancies reserved for being filled by ex-Servicemen, vacancies shall be
reserved for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in
accordance with such orders as are issued in this behalf by the Central Government from time
to time. Provided that if any ex-Servicemen belonging to the Scheduled Caste or Scheduled
Tribe is selected, his selection shall be counted against the overall quota or reservation that
shall be provided for the Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes in accordance with the orders
issued by the Central Government from time to time.
(3) No vacancy reserved for ex-Servicemen in a post to be filled otherwise than on the results
of an open competitive examination, shall be filled by the appointing authority by any general
candidate, until and unless the said authority :(i) has obtained a ‘non-availability Certificate’ from the employment exchange (where a
requisition is placed on an employment exchange);
(i) has verified the non-availability of a suitable candidate by reference to the Director General
Resettlement and recorded a certificate to that effect; and
(i) has obtained approval of the Central Government.
4. SPECIAL PROVISION REGARDING AGE LIMIT For appointment to any vacancy in Central
Civil Services Group ‘C’ and Group ‘D’ whether reserved or not under these rules, every exServicemen who has put in not less than six months continuous service in the Armed Forces of
the Union shall be allowed to deduct the period of such service from his actual age and if the
resultant age does not exceed the maximum age limit prescribed for the post or service for
which he seeks appointment by more than three years, he shall be deemed to satisfy the
condition regarding age limit.
5. SPECIAL PROVISION REGARDING EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS :-
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(a) For appointment to any reserved vacancy in Group ‘D’ posts, every ex-Serviceman who
has put in not less than three years service in the Armed Forces of the Union shall be exempt
from the minimum educational qualification, if any, prescribed in respect of such posts.
(b) For appointment to any reserved vacancy in Group ‘C’ posts, the appointing authority may,
at its discretion, relax the minimum educational qualification, where such qualification
prescribed is a pass in the Middle School Examination or any lower examination, in favour of
ex-Servicemen who have put in at least three years service in the Armed forces of the Union
and who are otherwise considered fit and suitable for appointment to such posts, in view of
their experience and qualifications.
(c) For appointment to any reserved vacancy in Group ‘C’ posts, to be filled partly by direct
recruitment and partly by promotion or transfer, where the minimum educational or technical
qualification prescribed for appointment by direct recruitment is higher than that prescribed for
promotees or transferees, an ex-Servicemen shall be deemed to satisfy the prescribed
educational or technical qualification if he;
(i) satisfies the educational or technical qualification prescribed for direct recruitment to the
post from which promotion or transfer to the post in question is allowed, and
(ii) has identical experience of work in a similar discipline and for the same number of years in
the Armed Forces of the Union, as prescribed for promotees or transferees.
EXPLANATION : For the purposes of this rule, in computing the period of three years service,
there shall be added any period of service which an ex-Servicemen has rendered while serving
in a corresponding post or posts in a civil department, or a public sector undertaking or an
autonomous organisation, whether under the Central Government or any State Government,
or in a Nationalised Bank to the period of service rendered in the Armed Forces of the Union.
6. Amendment of recruitment rules - All rules regulating the recruitment of persons to Group ‘C’
and Group ‘D’ posts and services under the Central Government shall be subject to the
provisions of these rules and shall be construed accordingly.
7. INTERPRETATION If any question arises as to the interpretation of these rules, the
question shall be decided by the Central Government and the decision of the Central
Government shall be final.
SD/(R.C. GUPTA)
DEPUTY SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
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No.I-45020/17/85-Pers.I
Government of India
Ministry of Home Affairs
New Delhi - 110001, the 1.5.86
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject : Recruitment of ex-Servicemen in para-military forces in MHA.
Reference is invited to para 5(a) of the minutes of the meeting held on 10.1.86 and circulated
in this Ministry’s circular No.I-45020/17/85-Pers. I dated 24.1.86 on the subject.
2. Following relaxations are applicable in the matter of recruitment of ex-Servicemen in para
military forces in Ministry of Home Affairs :(a) Physical standard
Total relaxation in BSF Central Reserve Police Force and CISF.
(b) Educational qualification
Total relaxation in BSF and CRPF. In case of CISF qualification of 4th class (civil) will continue
to be insisted upon.
(c) Character certificate
Minimum requirement will be “good” category.
(d) Medical Standard
The requirement will be as under :-BSF and CRPF - category ‘A’
CISF - category ‘B’ But their sense of sight and hearing should not have been impaired
(e) Relaxation of upper age limit
Relaxation to the extent to military service plus 3 years as provided in Department of
Personnel and Training notification No.39016/10/79-Estt.(6) dated 15th Dec 1979.
(3) The para military organisations are requested to allow the above relaxations while making
recruiting of ex-Servicemen under them.
Sd/(OP Maini)
Under Secretary to the Govt of India Tele :3013967
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No. 36034/5/85-Estt(SCT)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P.G. & Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
New Delhi, the 27th Oct, 1986.
NOTIFICATION
GSR-In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso the article 309 of the Constitution, the
President hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Ex-Servicemen (Reemployment in Central Civil Service and Posts) ules, 1979 Namely :1. (a) These rules may be called the Ex-servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Service
and Posts)Amendment Rules, 1986.
(b) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
2. In rule 2 of the Ex-Servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Service and Posts) Rules,
1979 for clause
(c) the following clause shall be substituted, namely :(c) ‘Ex-Servicemen’ means a person, who has served in any rank (whether as a combatant or
as a non-combatant) in the Regular Army, Navy and Air Force of the Indian Union but does not
include aperson who has served in the Defence Security Corps, the General Reserve
Engineering Force, the Lok Sahayak Sena and the Para Military Forces; and
(i) who has retired from such service after earning his/her pension; or
(ii) who has been released from such service on medical grounds attributable to military
service
or circumstances beyond his control and awarded, medical or other disability pension; or
(iii) who has been released, otherwise than on his own request, from such service as a result
of
reduction in establishment; or
(iv) who has been released from such service after completing the specific period of
engagement otherwise than at his own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account
of misconduct or inefficiency, and has been given a gratuity; and includes the personnel of the
Territorial Army of the following categories, namely :(i) pension holders for continuous (embodied) service;
(ii) persons with disability attributable to military service; and
(iii) gallantry award winners.
Explanation : The persons serving in the Armed Forces of the Union, who on retirement from
service would come under the category of ‘ex-Servicemen’ may be permitted to apply for reemployment one year before the completion of the specified terms of engagement and avail
themselves of all concessions available to ex-Servicemen but shall not be permitted to leave
the uniform until they complete the specified term of engagement in the Armed Forces of the
Union.
Note : The principal rules were published vide notification No. GSR 1530, dated the 29th Dec.,
1979 in the Gazette of India, Part-II, Section 3, Sub-Section (i) at pages 3004 - 3005.
Sd/-
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(BATA K. DEY)
Director
(JCA)
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No. 36034/5/85/Estt(SCT)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pension
(Department of Personnel & Training)
New Delhi, the 27th Mar 87
NOTIFICATION
GSR in exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution, the
President hereby makes the following rules further to amend the ex-Servicemen (Reemployment in Central Civil Services and Posts) Rules 1979, namely :
1. (a) These rules may be called the ex-Servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Services
and Posts) Amendment Rules 87.
(b) They shall be deemed to have come into force on the 15th day of Nov., 1986.
2. In rule 2 of the ex-Servicemen (Re-employment in Central Civil Services and Posts) Rules
1979 to clause
(c) the following proviso shall be added, namely, Provided that for the period commencing on
the 15th day of Nov 1986 and ending with the 30th day of June 87, any person who has been
released :(a) at his own request after completing five years service in the Armed Forces of the Union; or
(b) after serving for a continuous period of six months after attestation, otherwise than at his
own
request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency or has
been
transferred to the reserve pending such release; shall also be deemed to be an ex-Servicemen
for the purpose for this clause.
Note :- Principal rules were published vide Notification No. GSR 1530 dated the 29th Dec., 1 9
7 9 and subsequently amended vide notification No. GSR 973 dated the 15th Nov., 1986 in the
Gazette of India, Part II Section 3, Sub Section.
Sd/(BATA K DEY)
Director (JCA)
Copy to :-All
Ministries/Deptts of the Government of India.
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No. 9(52)/88/D(Res)
Government of India
Ministry of Defence
New Delhi dated 19th July 1989
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Sub : Grant of ex-Servicemen status to Army Postal Service Personnel
The undersigned is directed to say that the revised definition of an ex-Serviceman,
recommended by the High Level Committee on problems of ex-Servicemen, was accepted by
the government of India and a Notification (NO. 36034/5/85-Estt(SCT) to this effect had been
issued by the deptt of Personnel & Training on 27th October, 1987. Under this, “exServicemen” means a person, who has served in any rank (whether as a combatant or as a
non-combatant) in the Regular Army, Navy and Air Force of the Indian Union but does not
include a person who has served in the Defence Security Corps, the General Reserve
Engineering Force, the Lok Sahayak Sena and the Para Military Forces; and
(i) who has retired from such service after earning his/her pension; or
(ii) who has been released from such service on medical grounds attributable to military
service or circumstances beyond his control and awarded, medical or other disability pension;
or
(iii) who has been released, otherwise than on his own request, from such service as a result
of reduction in establishment; or
(iv) who has been released from such service after completing the specific period of
engagement otherwise than at his own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account
of misconduct or inefficiency, and has been given a gratuity; and includes the following
personnel of the Territorial Army of the following categories, namely :(i) pension holders for continuous (embodied) service;
(ii) persons with disability attributable to military service; and
(iii) gallantry award winners.
2. The question whether the personnel, who are on deputation to the Army Postal Service and
retire with pension, are covered under the definition of ex-Servicemen or not, has been under
consideration for some time past. The matter has since been examined in consultation with the
Department of Personnel and Training and it is clarified that the personnel of Army Postal
Service, who are a part of the Regular Army and retire from such service (that is, directly from
the Army Postal Service itself without reversion to P&T Department) with a pension or who
have been released from such service on medical grounds attributable to military service or
circumstances beyond their control and awarded medical or other disability pension, come
within the definition of ex-Servicemen.
3. This letter issues with the concurrence of the Department of Personnel and Training vide
their letter No. 36034/25/88-Estt(SCT) dated 28 February, 1989.
Sd/(Y.V. Narayan)
Director to the Government of India
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No. 36035/8/92-Estt.(SCT)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, PG and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
New Delhi, the 10th Nov 94
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: Reservation for Physically Handicapped and OBCs
Appointment of Liaison Officers.
The undersigned is directed to say that representations have been received from Association
of Physically handicapped personnel that the reservation benefits in direct recruitment and in
promotion are not being properly extended to them by various offices of the Government of
India, Public Sector Undertakings etc. They have represented that Liaison Officers should be
appointed to oversee the implementation of the reservation orders for physically handicapped
as is being done in the case of reservation for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes. Similar
demands are also received for the appointment of Liaison Officers to oversee the
implementation of the reservation orders for other Backward Classes and ex-Servicemen. The
matter has accordingly been considered and it is felt that it would be both practical and
desirable to have a single Liaison Officer for overseeing the implementation of the reservation
orders. It has, therefore, been decided that the Liaison Officers appointed to look after the
reservation matters of SC/ ST would also be the Liaison Officers for reservation matters
relating to physically handicapped ex-Servicemen and Other Backward Classes.
2. Ministry of Finance etc. may please bring these instructions to the notice of all the
attached/subordinate/ public sector undertakings under them for compliance.
Sd/(Smt. Bhavani Thyagarajan)
Director (JCA)
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No. 14024/3/95-Estt.(D)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, P. G and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
New Delhi 110001
June 4,1997
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject:
GRANT OF PRIORITY TO RECRUITS/OFFICER CADETS WHO ARE
MEDICALLY BOARDED OUT
The undersigned is directed to say that the committee on problems of ex-servicemen had
recommended that recruits/officer cadets who are boarded out on medical grounds attributable
to their military training should be accorded Priority I for the purpose of Employment.
2. The above recommendations have been examined in consultation with the Ministry of
Labour (DGET), and it has been decided to accept the same. Consequently, the list of
categories to whom priorities have been allowed circulated vide this Department’s O.M. No.
14034/3/84-Estt.(D) dated 31.7.1984 stands modified to the extent that under Priority I,
recruits/officer cadets who are boarded out on medical ground attributable to their military
training will now be included and shown at S.No.6.
3. Ministry of Finance etc. are requested to bring the above decision to the notice of all
concerned for necessary action.
Sd/( K K JHA)
Director
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F.No5/1/8/2000-IR
GOVERNMENT OF LINDIA
Ministry of Finance
Deptt of Economic Affairs
Banking Division
*****
New Delhi, dated the 8th September, 2004
To
The Chief Executives of all the Public Sector Banks.
Subject :- Recruitment in Banks - Minimum Educational Qualifications.
Sir,
I am directed to refer to this Division’s letter of even number dated 19.9.2001 regarding
recruitment in banks. In this letter it was, inter alia, stated that there should not be any change
with regard to the minimum/ maximum age criteria, educational qualifications, as regards
workmen employees and Probationary Officers.
2. In this context, the fact that minimum qualifications for joining armed forces is matriculation
and the banks are finding it difficult to appoint ex-servicemen for the post of armed guards as
per the existing qualifications for subordinate staff, as also keeping in view representations
received from certain banks demanding certain leverage with regard to the minimum marks or
stipulation of special qualifications, the matter has further been examined in their recruitment
policy for appointment of employees/officers through direct
recruitment:(1) Subordinate Staff - A pass in Eighth standard or its equivalent but the candidate should
not have passed 10+2 examination or its equivalent.
(2) Clerical Cadre - Minimum qualification of pass in 10+2 examination or its equivalent.
Officer Cadre - Minimum qualification Graduate.
3. However, the Banks may, as per the directions of their Boards, prescribe minimum
percentage of marks or any additional qualifications depending upon their requirements.
4. The receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged.
Yours faithfully,
Sd/(V.P.GROVER)
Sr. Research Officer (IR)
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SCHEME FOR ALLOTMENT OF OIL PRODUCT AGENCIES
UNDER 8% DEFENCE CATEGORY
1. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas in their letter No.P.39012/1/1999-IOC dated 09 Oct
2000 have reserved 8% of oil product agencies i.e. LPG and Petrol Pumps for the following
categories of Defence Personnel in the order of priority from I to V as under :Priority I Widows/dependants of Posthumous Gallantry award winners.
Priority II War widows/dependants
Priority III War disabled (Disability 50% and above)
Priority IV Widows/dependants of those who died in harness due to causes attributable to
Military Service.
Priority V Disabled in peace with disability 50% and above attributable to Military Service.
2. Eligibility
(a) Nationality Indian
(b) Age as on date of applicationWidows-Min 21 years and Max 60 years
Dependent son/unmarried daughter - Min
21 years & Max 30 years.
In case deceased unmarried: Parents- Max 60 years
Dependent brother/ Unmarried sister –Min 21 years and Max 30 years
(c) Educational Qualification Matriculation or recognized civil or Armed Forces equivalent
(d) Income (Applicable for Priority The gross income of the candidates should not exceed V
only) Rs. 2 Lacs per annum
3. Application Forms : 8% Defence Quota agencies are advertised under Defence Category,
by oil companies in two newspapers, in one English Daily and one ‘Regional Vernacular Daily’
having maximum circulation in the Districts in which the dealership/distributorship is to be
located. After publication in the newspapers, application forms can be obtained in person or by
making a written request through registered post, from the Divisional/Regional/ Area Office of
the concerned oil company on payment of an application fee of Rs.1000/-4.
Eligibility certificate:- After advertisement in the newspaper, the applicant is to approach the
Dte Gen Resettlement, R K Puram for issue of eligibility certificate with the following
documents as applicable:(a) Death certificate of deceased Defence person issued by Service Hospital/HQs.
(b) Proof of death attributable to the military service/duty.
(c) Proof of Gallantry Award, if any.
(d) Proof of disability being attributable to military service/duty. CDA (P) letter mentioning about
disability pension
(e) Pension order (CDA(P) letter)
(f) Discharge book/Retirement order.
(g) Matriculation Certificate of the applicant/Proof of date of birth of the applicant .
(h) Newspaper clipping of the Advertisement.
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(j) Copy of Identity card issued by Zila Sainik Board/Rajya Sainik Board.
(k) Affidavit in original, on Rs.2/- stamp paper duly notarised, stating that the individual is
unemployed or if employed, will resign from the job on selection for the agency, his/her annual
income does not exceed Rs. 2 lacs and has not re-married (in case of widow) and not married
(in case of daughter/sister)
(m) Relinquishment Deed in case of dependent, from widow and other dependants.
5. Selection: Application form and eligibility certificate to be submitted to the concerned
Regional office of the Oil company before due date. Dealer Selection Board appointed by the
Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas will select the individual for dealership/distributorship of
the oil company. Applicant issued with the eligibility certificate will only be interview.
6. Letter of Intent : It will be issued by the concerned Oil Company based on the selection
made by the Dealer Selection Board.
7. Attestation of Documents : In case an applicant applies for the eligibility certificate by post,
the photocopies of the documents submitted need to be attested by Zila or Rajya Sainik Board.
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CHAPTER . 5 (MANUAL -4)
PARTICULARS OF ANY ARRANGEMENT THAT EXISTS FOR CONSULTATION WITH, OR
REPRESENTATION BY, THE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE
FORMULATION OF ITS POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF
Formulation of Policy
5.1. Provision to seek consultation/ participation of public or its representatives for
formulation of policies
Sr.
No.
1-
Subject / Topic
Matters dealing with
Ex-servicemen
/
widows
and
their
wards
relating
to
welfare
Is it mandatory to
ensure Public
participation (Yes /No)
NO
Arrangements for
seeking public
participation
NO
Implementation of Policy
5.2. Provision to seek consultation/ participation of public or its representatives for
implementation of policies
Sr.
No.
1-
Subject / Topic
Matters dealing with
Ex-servicemen
/
widows
and
their
wards
relating
to
welfare
Is it mandatory to
ensure public
participation (Yes /
No)
NO
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Arrangements for
seeking public
participation
NO
CHAPTER . 6 (MANUAL -5)
A STATEMENT OF THE CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY IT OR
UNDER ITS CONTROL
6.1.
Information about the official documents and place where the documents are
available for e.g. at secretariat level, directorate level, others
- NIL -
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CHAPTER . 7 (MANUAL . 6)
A STATEMENT OF BOARDS, COUNCIL, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES
CONSTITUTED AS ITS PART
7.1. Information on Boards, Councils, Committees and Other Bodies related to the
Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
State Level
The Sainik Kalyan Vibhag has the following boards, committee etc.
(a) Rajya Sainik Board
(b) Management Committee of Amalgamated Fund
(c) Sainik Kalyan Salahkar Samiti
District Level
The Zila Sainik Kalyan Karyalaya has the following boards, committee etc.
(a) Zila Sainik Board
(b) Sub Division Level Committee
The functioning Role structure of these are appended below –
State Level
Rajya Sainik Board
This is an Apex body which is constructed by the State. The Governor is the President of the
Board. The Board meetings are held yearly ( it can meet earlier if required)
Aim and Objectives of Rajya Sainik Board
(a) To co-ordinate the functioning of Zila Sainik Kalyan Board in the State.
(b) The Sainik Board is responsible for resettlement of ex-servicemen besides their
traditional welfare tasks.
(c) To apprise the people and build interest in them in the Defence Forces of India.
(d) To carry out administrative functioning of Zila Sainik Kalyan Karyalaya as per centre
and state rules and regulations.
The constitution composition of the Board is as under –
Chairman
HE the Governor
Senior Vice Chairman
Chief Minister
Nominated Vice Chairman
Sainik Kalyan Minister
Vice Chairman
Chairman, State Level Advisory Committee
GOC-in-C South Western Command, Jaipur
FOC-in-C Western Naval Command, Mumbai
AOC-in-C, South Western Air Command, Gandhi
Nagar, Gujrat
Government Member
Chief Secretary, Rajasthan, Jaipur
Principal Secretary, Sainik Kalyan
Principal Secretary, Industries
Principal Secretary, Education
Chairman, RSRTC
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Principal Secretary, Urban Development
Principal Secretary, Food
Secretary, DOP
Secretary, Transport
Secretary, Energy
Director General, Police (Aarakshi) Jaipur
Director General Resettlement, Delhi
Commander 61 Sub Area, Jaipur
Commissioner, Colonisation, Bikaner
Director Labour
Nominated member
Member Secretary
7.2
Director, Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
Address of main office and its Branches
The Rajya Sainik Board office is in the office of Director Rajya Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat Building, Rajasthan
The Zila Sainik Board offices are the 20 Zila Sainik Karyalaya located in various districts
of the State. Details are given out in Chapter 8 Manual 7
7.3
Frequency of Meetings
The Rajya Sainik Board is to meet Annually.
7.4
Can public participate in the meetings ?
NO. The nominated ex-servicemen officers represent the Community.
7.5
Are minutes of the meetings prepared ?
Yes
7.6
Are minutes of the meetings available to the public ? If yes please provide
information about the procedure to obtain them.
Yes, on application on prescribed fees as per Chapter 1 Para no.1.7
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Management Committee of Amalgamated Fund
1.
This is a committee which is chaired by the Governor. It is under the Charitable
endowment Act 1890 (6 of 1890) It came into force on the 1st Oct 1966 at the Central
Government.
Definition
2.
The Fund means Special Fund for reconstruction and Rehabilitation of ex-servicemen.
the State Fund means the portion of the fund which is set apart for expenditure on schemes of
a state and is managed by the State Managing Committee.
Ex-service Officer – means a commissioned officer who served as such in the Armed Forces
other than JCO in Army or Master Chief Petty Officer / Chief Petty officer in the Navy or Master
Warrant Officer / Warrant Officer in the Air Force.
Dependent Means the wife, non earning sons below the age of 21 years, unmarried or widow
daughter, non earning brother below the age of 21 years, non earning unmarried sisters and
non earning parents of the ex-servicemen actually dependent on the ex-servicemen.
Object of the Fund
(2) to award stipends to ex-specimen for technical, managerial, vocational or agricultural
training at recognized training institutions.
(3) to sanction grant on loans to co-operative societies or other associations of exservicemen for schemes and projects of resettlement that is to say, horticulture, animal
husbandry, industry, transport and the like;
(4) to sanction scholarship or grants to dependents of ex-servicemen and children of
deceased service officers upto the maximum age of 25 years for higher studies in India
beyond High School or Higher Secondary stage in Technical,. vocational or
Agricultural education at Govt recognised institutions, the sanction of such scholarship
being subject to satisfactory performance in such courses of studies by the recipients;
(5) to sanction expenditure on special measures of a collective nature for the maintenance
of old and destitute ex-servicemen or widows of ex-servicemen.
(6) to grant loans to individual ex-servicemen for starting industries or business
undertaking
(7) to do all other things to promote measures for the benefits of ex-servicemen and their
dependents.
Assets
1. 80% of contribution from Central Government.
2. Donations or voluntary endowments received from public / organisations.
Management
The Treasurer of Charitable Endowments shall not act in the management or administration of
the fund but subject to any general or special directions given by the Central Govt, the
management and administration shall be vested in, and shall rest with State Managing
Committee.
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Managing Committee
Subject to the general policy and direction of the Central managing Committee which will inter
alia specify the type of the schemes which will qualify for grant and loans from the fund i.e.
State Managing Committee.
Member Composition
1. President – HE Governor of Rajasthan
2. Vashisht Vice President – Chief Minister
3. Ist Vice President Sainik Kalyan Minister
4. 2nd Vice President – GOC-in-C South Western Command or his nominee
5. Two members, nominated by Chief of the Army Staff
(a) Brig Surender Koshik VrC (Retd)
(b) Commander S P Vyas (Retd)
6. Two member nominated by State Government
(a) Brig Bhagwan Singh SM (Retd)
(b) Col R K S Bijarnia (Retd)
7. Representative of Ministry of Defence
8. Representative of Director General of Resettlement / Kendriya Sainik Board
9. Chief Secretary or his representative Principal Secretary Revenue.
10. Co-opted member – Dr Vijay Laxmi Chouhan
11. Director Rajya Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
Address of main office and its Branches
Director
Rajya Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
North Building
Secretariat
Frequency of Meetings
Once a year or as per requirement
Can public participate in the meetings ?
No (Retired officer represent ex-servicemen population).
Are minutes of the meetings prepared ?
Yes
Are minutes of the meetings available to the public ? If yes please provide information
about the procedure to obtain them.
Yes, on application on prescribed fees as per Chapter 1 Para no.1.7
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Sainik Kalyan Salakhar Samiti
1.
This is a committee not yet nominated
Object of the Fund
(1) Evaluation and monitoring of Kargil Package and other facilities.
Address of main office and its Branches
Chairman
State Level Sainik Kalyan Advisory Committee
Secretariat, Jaipur
Frequency of Meetings
Twice a year or as per requirement
Can public participate in the meetings ?
No
Are minutes of the meetings prepared ?
Yes
Are minutes of the meetings available to the public ? If yes please provide information
about the procedure to obtain them.
Yes, on application on prescribed fees as per Chapter 1 Para no.1.7
267
District Level
Zila Sainik Board
The constitution composition of the Board is as under –
President
District Collector
Vice President
Senior ex-service officer
Ex-officio Members
Head of Departments
Recruiting Officer
Non- Official Members
Two Ex-servicemen
four Prominent Citizens
Secretary
Secretary, Zila Sainik Board
The details are attached
Sub Division Level Committee
This is a committee which is Chaired by Sub Division Officer and members of the
committee are as under (1) Deputy Superintendent of Police
(2) Block Development Officer
(3) Tehsildar
(3) Two prominent person (nominated by S D O)
(4) Two Ex-servicemen (nominated by Zila Sainik Kalyan Adhikaries)
(5) A. T. O.
(6) Other Officers of Division Level (Agriculture, forest, Medical, Electricity, PHEW, Irrigation,
Co-operative etc)
The details are attached
268
CHAPTER . 8 (MANUAL . 7)
THE NAMES, DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE PUBLIC
INFORMATION OFFICERS
8.1.
Contact information about the Public Information Officers, Assistant Public
Information Officers and Departmental Appellate Authority of the Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
Public Information Officer of Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
Sr. Name
Design S.T.D. Ph.No.
No.
ation
Code
Office
Home
Shri Narayan
Singh
Sheshma
Dy.
Director
0141
2227897
2706833
Fax
E
mail
2227650
Address
7206,
Sainik
Kalyan
Vibhag
Secretariat
1.
Assistant Public Information Officers :
Sr.
No.
Name
Design
ation
S.T.D.
Code
Shri Tapesh
Pawar, IAS
Shri
Subesingh
Yadav
Brig
S
K
Sharma
PRS
0141
Office
2227110
Joint
Secy
0141
2227039
Director
0141
2227650
2232850
Shri Narayan
Singh
Sheshma
Shri
Ashok
Kumar Gupta
Dy.
Director
0141
2227897
2706833
AAO
0141
2227897
2227650
6
Shri Hanuman
Sahya Jat
AAO
0141
2227897
2227650
7
Shri
Sanjay
Gandhi
SPA
0141
2227650
2227650
8
Col
L
N
Sharma
Maj
Prabhu
Dayal
ZSKA
0145
2627972
ZSKA
0144
2338527
ZSKA
02982
221185
ZSKA
05644
223707
ZSKA
01482
265133
ZSKA
0151
226671
1.
2.
3.
4
5
9
10
11
12
Maj P S Bhati
Maj
Prabhu
Dayal (Offg)
Col
M
P
Sharma
13
Ph.No.
Fax
Col B S Bhati
269
E
ma
il
Address
Home
2227110
2024,
Secretariat
2227039
9001247
767
9982943
354
9828343
765
9982943
354
9610526
789
9413143
639
2627972
7230, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7206, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7222, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
AJMER
2338527
ALWAR
221185
BARMER
223707
BHARATPUR
265133
BHILWARA
226671
BIKANER
2227650
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
2930
31
Col
P
S
Shekhawat
Major
Ram
Kumar
Col
Rajesh
Bhukar
Maj P S Bhati
(Offg)
Lt Col RS
Rathore
Cdr
A
L
Krishyiya
Lt Col Guman
Singh Rao
Maj
Babu
Singh Rajput
Lt Col Guman
Singh
Col
N
S
Chouhan
ZSKA
01596
222880
ZSKA
01562
250948
ZSKA
0141
2201487
ZSKA
02992
250029
ZSKA
0291
2650372
ZSKA
01592
232653
ZSKA
0744
2323712
ZSKA
01582
240776
ZSKA
02932
225230
ZSKA
07464
221734
Major
G.Sukhram
Col
V
K
Chhibbar
Col
D
L
Meena
Lt Col D N
Sharma
Major Captan
Singh
Col
Udai
Singh
Maj Manohar
Singh Rajput
Gp Capt Shiv
Singh Dholia
ZSKA
01572
254437
ZSKA
0154
2442547
ZSKA
01432
245862
ZSKA
0294
2411724
ZSKA
01574
231920
ZSKA
02929
243694
ZSKA
01580
223729
ZSKA
01494
297084
9001634
348
9413236
867
9828925
550
9828343
765
9352355
450
9414083
626
9413318
285
9828853
822
8058248
105
9414035
313
9887291
364
9610606
063
9414278
310
9887549
939
9928616
889
9413329
031
9413965
858
9460983
107
222880
CHIRAWA
250948
CHURU
2201487
JAIPUR
250029
JAISALMER
2650372
JODHPUR
232653
JHUNJHUNU
2323712
KOTA
240776
NAGAUR
225230
PALI
250734
KARAULI
254437
SIKAR
2442547
S.GANGA
NAGAR
TONK
2411724
UDAIPUR
231920
243694
NEEM KA
THANA
SHERGARH
223729
DEEDWANA
297084
BEHROR
Department Appellate Authority :
Sr.
No.
Name
Designation
S.T.D.
Code
1
Brig S K
Sharma
Director
0141
Ph.No.
Office
2227650
Fax
E mail
Address
2227650
rajasthans
[email protected]
oo.com
Rajya
Sainik
Kalyan
Vibhag,
Secretaria
t, Jaipur
Home
270
CHAPTER . 9 (MANUAL . 8)
PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN DECISION MAKING PROCESS
9.1 Procedure followed to take a decision for various matters
The procedure followed to take a decision for various matters is–
(a) Decision of General Nature –
As per duties assigned to head of Department (Appendix / rules 3 General Financial and
Accounts Rules)
(b) Decision on Policy matters
(1) The proposal is mooted by Director Rajya Sainik Kalyan and send to Deputy Secretary
(Revenue and Sainik Kalyan)
(2) The Deputy Secretary (Revenue and Sainik Kalyan) floats a minute sheet. The remarks
of Secretary and Principal Secretary, Sainik Kalyan are sought. Once the proposal is
accepted it is sent to Minister of Revenue and Sainik Kalyan for approval in Principal of
the proposal.
(3) The proposal is then sent to the concerned Dept (like DOP, Law) in the Secretariat for
their comments and approval. Proposal needing financial clearance is sent to Finance
for their approval.
(4) Once the proposal is agreed to by the Government D. S. (Revenue and Sainik Kalyan)
issues final order / circular on the subject for its implementation.
(5) The Executive instructions / decision are then implemented by Director Sainik Kalyan
Vibhag.
9.2 Documented procedures / laid down procedures/ Defined Criteria /Rules to
arrive at a particular decision for important matters ? What are different levels
through which a decision process moves ?
The Procedure as defined in Para 9.1 is followed for various decision process. The laid down
rules and regulations are referred to by various branches before agreeing or disagreeing on
the subject.
9.3 Arrangements to communicate the decision to the public ?
Arrangement to communicate decision to the public is by sending letters to Zila Sainik Kalyan
Adhikari in district, by press release or booklets as and when printed by the department.
9.4 Officers at various levels whose opinions are sought for the process of decision
making?
The Government machinery dealing with the cases are referred to, their views obtained and
the policy letters issued.
9.5 Final authority that vets the decision
The Principal Revenue Secretary and the Minister for Revenue and Sainik Kalyan.
271
9.6 Important matters on which the decision is taken by Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
Sl. No.
Subject on which the decision is to By Director Rajya Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
be
Taken
Guideline /Direction, if any
Over all burning issues affecting exservicemen / war widows and the
fraternity as a whole
Process of Execution
Cases are initialed by Director Rajya
Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
Designation of the officers involved Deputy Secretary, Revenue and Sainik
in decision making
Kalyan
Secretary , Revenue and Sainik Kalyan
Principal Secretary, Revenue and
Sainik Kalyan
Minister, Revenue and Sainik Kalyan
Finance and other Departments
Contact information of above Deputy Secretary, Revenue and Sainik
mentioned officers
Kalyan - 2227039
Secretary , Revenue and Sainik
Kalyan- 2227686
Principal Secretary, Revenue and
Sainik Kalyan- 227061
Minister, Revenue and Sainik Kalyan227382
If not satisfied by the decision, The decision of Government is final
where and how to appeal.
272
CHAPTER . 10 (MANUAL -9)
DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
10.1
Sr.
No.
1.
2.
3.
Name
Design
ation
S.T.D.
Code
Ph.No.
Fax
Shri
Tapesh
Pawar
Shri Subesingh
Yadav
Brig S K Sharma
PRS
0141
Office
2227110
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Dy.
Secy
Director
0141
2227039
0141
2227650
Shri
Narayan
Singh Sheshma
Dy.
Director
0141
2227897
2227650
Shri
Ashok
Kumar Gupta
AAO
0141
2227897
2227650
Col L N Sharma
Maj
Prabhu
Dayal
Maj P S Bhati
Maj
Prabhu
Dayal (Offg)
Col M P Sharma
Col B S Bhati
Col
P
S
Shekhawat
Major
Ram
Kumar
Col
Rajesh
Bhukar
Maj P S Bhati
(Offg)
Lt
Col
RS
Rathore
Cdr
A
L
Krishyiya
Lt Col Guman
Singh Rao
Maj Babu Singh
Rajput
Lt Col Guman
Singh
Col
N
S
Chouhan
ZSKA
ZSKA
0145
0144
2627972
2338527
9001247767
9982943354
2627972
2338527
5225,
Secretariat
5215,
Secretariat
7230, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7206, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225, Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
AJMER
ALWAR
ZSKA
ZSKA
02982
05644
221185
223707
9828343765
9982943354
221185
223707
BARMER
BHARATPUR
ZSKA
ZSKA
ZSKA
01482
0151
01596
265133
226671
222880
9610526789
9413143639
9001634348
265133
226671
222880
BHILWARA
BIKANER
CHIRAWA
ZSKA
01562
250948
9413236867
250948
CHURU
ZSKA
0141
2201487
9828925550
2201487
JAIPUR
ZSKA
02992
250029
9828343765
250029
JAISALMER
ZSKA
0291
2650372
9352355450
2650372
JODHPUR
ZSKA
01592
232653
9414083626
232653
JHUNJHUNU
ZSKA
0744
2323712
9413318285
2323712
KOTA
ZSKA
01582
240776
9828853822
240776
NAGAUR
ZSKA
02932
225230
8058248105
225230
PALI
ZSKA
07464
221734
9414035313
250734
KARAULI
Major
G.Sukhram
Col
V
Chhibbar
ZSKA
01572
254437
9887291364
254437
SIKAR
ZSKA
0154
2442547
9610606063
2442547
ZSKA
01432
245862
9414278310
S.GANGA
NAGAR
TONK
23
24
ZSKA
0294
2411724
9887549939
2411724
UDAIPUR
K
Col D L Meena
Lt Col D N
Address
Res
2227110
2227039
2232850
4
5
6
7
E
mail
273
25
26
27
28
Sharma
Major
Captan
Singh
Col Udai Singh
Maj
Manohar
Singh Rajput
Gp Capt Shiv
Singh Dholia
ZSKA
01574
231920
9928616889
231920
ZSKA
ZSKA
02929
01580
243694
223729
9413329031
9413965858
243694
223729
NEEM KA
THANA
SHERGARH
DEEDWANA
ZSKA
01494
297084
9460983107
297084
BEHROR
Directorate
Sr.
No.
Name
Designatio
n
S.T.D.
Code
Ph.No.
Director
0141
2227650
2227650
Dy.
Director
0141
2227897
2227650
AAO
0141
2227897
SPA
0141
2227897
Office
1.
Brig S K Sharma
2.
Shri Narayan
Singh
Sheshma
3.
Ashok Kumar
Gupta
4
Sanjay Gandhi
2227897
Devender Gajraj
Accountan
t
0141
5
2227897
Hanuman Prasad
Accountan
t
0141
6
2227897
SK Agarwal
Jr.
Accountan
t
OS
0141
7
0141
2227897
8
Sunder Lal
Bhawani
Shankar
OA
0141
2227897
9
UDC
0141
2227897
10
Sushil Saxena
OA
0141
2227897
11
Sheoji Lal Meena
Roop Kumar
Tharwani
UDC
0141
2227897
12
UDC
0141
2227897
13
Yogesh Pratap
LDC
0141
2227897
14
Mohan Singh
LDC
0141
2227897
15
Karni Singh
LDC
0141
2227897
16
Yogesh Raj
17
Kismet Kanwar
LDC
0141
2227897
Fax
E
mail
Address
Home
2547264
2390410
2350250
2594247
274
7230,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7206,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7222,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
18
Hari Ram
19
Gopal Lal
20
Smt. Santosh
21
Madan Singh
Class IV
0141
2227897
Class IV
0141
2227897
Class IV
0141
2227897
Driver
0141
2227897
5512311
275
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
7225,
Sainik
Kalyan Vibhag
Secretariat
CHAPTER -11 (MANUAL . 10)
11.1 The Monthly Remuneration Received By Each of its Officers and Employees,
Including the System of Compensation as Provided in Regulations
Sr.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Name
Brig S K Sharma
Shri Narayan
Singh Sheshma
Ashok
Kumar
Gupta
Sanjay Gandhi
Devender Gajraj
Hanuman Prasad
S K Agarwal
Sunder Lal
Bhawani Shankar
Sushil Saxena
Sheoji Lal
R K Tharwani
Yogesh Pratap
Mohan Singh
Karni Singh
Yogesh Raj
Hari Ram
Gopal Lal
Smt. Santosh
Madan Singh
Designation
Monthly
remunera
tion
Compensat
ion /
Compensat
ory
allowance
Director
Dy. Director
The
procedure to
deter mine the
remuneration
as given in
the regulation
As per Govt
Rules
AAO
SPA
Accountant
Accountant
Jr. Accountant
OA
UDC
UDC
OA
UDC
UDC
UDC
LDC
LDC
Class IV
Class IV
Class IV
Driver
District Level
Col L N Sharma
Maj
Prabhu
Dayal
Maj P S Bhati
Maj
Prabhu
Dayal (Offg)
Col M P Sharma
Col B S Bhati
Col
P
S
Shekhawat
Major
Ram
Kumar
Col
Rajesh
Bhukar
Maj P S Bhati
(Offg)
Lt
Col
RS
Rathore
Cdr
A
L
ZSKA
ZSKA
0145
0144
2627972
2338527
9001247767
9982943354
2627972
2338527
AJMER
ALWAR
ZSKA
ZSKA
02982
05644
221185
223707
9828343765
9982943354
221185
223707
BARMER
BHARATPUR
ZSKA
ZSKA
ZSKA
01482
0151
01596
265133
226671
222880
9610526789
9413143639
9001634348
265133
226671
222880
BHILWARA
BIKANER
CHIRAWA
ZSKA
01562
250948
9413236867
250948
CHURU
ZSKA
0141
2201487
9828925550
2201487
JAIPUR
ZSKA
02992
250029
9828343765
250029
JAISALMER
ZSKA
0291
2650372
9352355450
2650372
JODHPUR
ZSKA
01592
232653
9414083626
232653
JHUNJHUNU
276
Krishyiya
Lt Col Guman
Singh Rao
Maj Babu Singh
Rajput
Lt Col Guman
Singh
Col
N
S
Chouhan
Major
G.Sukhram
Col
V
K
Chhibbar
Col D L Meena
Lt Col D N
Sharma
Major
Captan
Singh
Col Udai Singh
Maj
Manohar
Singh Rajput
Gp Capt Shiv
Singh Dholia
ZSKA
0744
2323712
9413318285
2323712
KOTA
ZSKA
01582
240776
9828853822
240776
NAGAUR
ZSKA
02932
225230
8058248105
225230
PALI
ZSKA
07464
221734
9414035313
250734
KARAULI
ZSKA
01572
254437
9887291364
254437
SIKAR
ZSKA
0154
2442547
9610606063
2442547
ZSKA
ZSKA
01432
0294
245862
2411724
9414278310
9887549939
2411724
S.GANGA
NAGAR
TONK
UDAIPUR
ZSKA
01574
231920
9928616889
231920
ZSKA
ZSKA
02929
01580
243694
223729
9413329031
9413965858
243694
223729
NEEM KA
THANA
SHERGARH
DEEDWANA
ZSKA
01494
297084
9460983107
297084
BEHROR
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CHAPTER -12 (MANUAL . 11)
THE BUDGET ALLOCATED
12.1 For all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursement made. For
Public Authorities responsible for developmental, construction, technical works
Year 2004-2005-:
Sr.
No.
Name
of the
scheme
/Head
Activity
Starting
date of
the
activity
Planned
end
date of
the
activity
Amount
Proposed
Amount
Sanctioned
Amount
released/
disbursed ( no. of
installments)
Actual
expenditure
for
the
last
year
Responsible
officer
for
the
quaity and
the
complete
execution of
the work
N.A. (The Department is Welfare Department)
For other
Sr.
No.
1.
Head
4235- Samajik Suraksha
tatha Kalyan Punjigat
Vayya
60Anaya
Samajik
suraksha tatha Kalyan
Karyakram
200- Anaya Karyakram
(0) – Naviko Sainiko aur
Vaimaniko ka board
(01) – Yudh vidhva
Chhatravas
avam
punarvas kendriya ka
bhawan nirman
17- varadh nirman karya
(aayojna)
Proposed
Budget
State
Plan
150
CSS
Sanctioned
Budget
State
Plan
150
278
CSS
Amount
released/
disbursed
(no. of
installments)
State
CSS
Plan
150
Total
Expenditure
State
Plan
150
CSS
CHAPTER - 13
THE MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES
The Department does not handle any such programmes.
279
CHAPTER -14 (MANUAL -13)
PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR AUTHORIZATION
GRANTED THE DEPARTMENT
Not Applicable
280
CHAPTER . 15 (MANUAL - 14)
NORMS SET FOR THE DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS
15.1 Norms/ Standards set by the department for execution of
various activities/
programmes.
 To ensure that the welfare of widows and ex-servicemen are addressed on priority.
Those needing actions at office level is remedied in the presence of the complainant
where possible.
 Those requiring actions by Government department is addressed to them.
 Most queries are redressed on telephone only where possible.
 Burning issues of ex-servicemen are projected to the Government for redressal. These
are monitored regularly.
 Ensure efficiency in office functioning.
 Widows of martyrs are attended to immediately. It is our endeavour to ensure that their
entitlement are given to them at the earliest once all documents are correctly received.
 Personal attention is given to complaints from destitute widows / ex-servicemen not in
receipt of any pension from any source.
281
CHAPTER -16 (MANUAL -15)
16.1
Information available in an electronic form
The department is under Ministry of Defence. As of now only the names of post Kargil widows
is on computer on state website www.rajasthan.gov.nic.in
282
CHAPTER -17 (MANUAL -16)
PARTICULARS OF THE FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CITIZENS FOR OBTAINING
INFORMATION
17.1. Means, methods or facilitation available to the public which are adopted by the
department for dissemination of information.
Like

Office Library - NIL

Drama and Shows – NIL

Through News paper – Policy decisions / letters are sent to press for information of exservicemen / widows.

Exhibition - NIL

Notice Board - YES

Inspection of Records in the Office – By Director General Resettlement office and
Auditors on behalf of CAG/ AG

System of issuing of copies of documents – On instructions of the Head of Office /
Department/ Government.

Printed Manual Available – Information Booklet issued from time to time.

Website of the Public Authority – Under consideration with NIC
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Others means of advertising - NIL
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CHAPTER -18 (MANUAL -17)
OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION
18.1 Frequently Asked Questions and their Answers by Public
Basically to sack assistance clarification on various Welfare Schemes benefits given out by
State / Central Government and their applicability to them / their children. The same is
acknowledged by letters or during Rallies or during Frequent interaction by Zila Sainik Kalyan
Adhikaries.
18.2 Related to seeking Information

Application form (a copy of filled application form for reference) –
The Performa is attached.

Fee
Rs. 10/- plus Rs. 2 for each page of which photo copy is supplied / required.

How to write a precise information request . Few Tips
The application must be neatly written. The information required has to be specific and to
the point and explicitly explained, bogus question be avoided. Clear version of the problem
and specific requirement with purpose if stated will enable the department to supply correct
information.

Right of the Citizen in case of denial of information and procedure to appeal
In case the appellant is not satisfied with the information supplied. He should contact
Director Sainik Kalyan Vibhag for the redressal.
18.3 With relation to training imparted to public by Sainik Kalyan Vibhag

This department does not conduct any training to person.

The training is mainly conducted by Director General of Resettlement New Delhi

However individuals are advised by welfare organisor other ex-servicemen, serving
persons, Army Units and Sainik Kalyan Vibhag on arriving Zila at / rectifying their
problems..
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
the department conducts training for wards of widows and Ex-servicemen in case
Director General Resettlement allocates budget and the same is conducted as per their
laid down Guide lines by Zila Sainik Kalyan Karyalaya.
18.4 With relation to Certificate, No objection certificate etc issued by Sainik Kalyan
Vibhag not included in Manual - 13
Not Applicable
18.5 With relation to registration process
All retiring soldiers on becoming ex-servicemen get themselves registered with Zila
Sainik Kalyan Adhikaries in the District.
18.6 With relation to collection of tax (Municipal Corporation, Trade Tax, Entertainment
Tax etc)
Not Applicable
18.7 With relation to issuing new connection electricity / water supply, temporary
and permanent disconnection etc.
Not Applicable
18.8 Details of any other public services provided by Sainik Kalyan Vibhag
Not Applicable
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APPLICATION FORMAT
Form – A
I D No_________
Assistant Public Information Officer (Dist Level)
State Public Information Officer (State Level)
________________
1. Name of Applicant
2. Address
3. Particularly of information
(a)
Details of Information required ___________________
(b)
Period for which information asked for _____________
(c)
Specific nature of Information required ( Pl elaborate it)
(d)
The details relevant to the information seeked.
4. I sate that the information sought does not fall within the restrictions contained in
section 6 of the Act and to the best of my knowledge it pertains to your office.
5. A fee of Rs. ____ has been deposited within office of the complaint Authority vide
No ______ dated ______
Place
Date
Signature of Applicant
E mail Address if any _____
Tele No (Office)-------(Residence)-------
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Acknowledgement of Application in Form A
I D No __________________
dated ________
1. received an application in Form A from shri / Ms ________________ Resident of
__________ under section 5(1) of Information Act .
2. The applicant is advised to contact the undersigned on _________ between 2 pm
to 3 pm.
3. The information is proposed to be given normally within 15 days and in any case
within 30 days from date of receipt of application and in case it is found that the
information asked for can not be supplied, the rejection letter shall be issued stating
reason thereof.
4. In case the applicant fails to turn upon the scheduled date(s) the competent
Authority shall not be responsible for delay, if any.
5. The applicant shall have to deposit the balance fee if any, with the authorised
person before collection of information.
6. The applicant may also consult website of the department from time to time to
ascertain the states of his application.
Date ___
Signature and Stamp of the
Competent Authority
E-mail address
Web site
Tele No
289
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