Subject:- Cancer Treatment under CGHS/CS(MA) Rules, 1944
With reference to the above mentioned subject the undersigned is directed to draw attention to the Office Memorandum of even number dated 2nd September, 2008 and to state that in view of empanelment of several Cancer hospitals under CGHS the matter was re-examined, and it has now been decided to modify the Office Memorandum as follows:
i) CGHS beneficiaries and beneficiaries covered under CS(MA)Rules, 1944 shall be permitted to get themselves treated from any of the under mentioned 27 (Twenty seven) hospitals recognized by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare under the National Cancer Control Programmes that are funded by the Government of India, subject to the condition that the reimbursement will be as per the rates fixed in the Regional Cancer Centers under Central Government, if any or as per actual, whichever may be less.
Andhra Pradesh - M.N.J. institute of Oncology & Regional Cancer Centre, Hyderabad. Assam - Dr. B. Borooah Cancer institute, Guwahati. Bihar - Indira Gandhi institute of Medical Sciences, Patna Chandigarh - Post Graduate institute Medical Education Research, Chandigarh. Chhattisgarh - Pt. ,i.J.N Medical College & Dr. BR. Ambedkar Memorial Hospital, Raipur. Delhi - Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Institute Rotary Cancer Hospital, AIIMS, New Delhi. Gujarat- Gujarat Cancer Research Institute, Ah medabad, Gujarat. Haryana - Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak. Himachal Pradesh- Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla. Jammu & Kashmir- Sher-i- Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Srinagar. Jammu & Kashmir- Government Medical College -Jammu. Karnataka - Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, Bangalore. Kerala - Regional Cancer Centre, Thiruvananthapuram. Madhya Pradesh - Cancer Hospital & Research Institute, Gwalior. Maharashtra - Rashtrasant Tukdoji Regional Cancer Hospital Research Centre, Nagpur. Maharashtra -Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai. Manipur- Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal. Mizoram - Civil Hospital, Aizwal. Odisha - Acharya Harihar Regional Cancer Centre, Cuttack. Puducherry - Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research. Rajasthan - Acharya Tulsi Regional Cancer Treatment & Research Institute, Bikaner. Tamil Nadu - Govt. Arignar Anna Memorial Cancer Research Institute & Hospital, Kancheepuram . Tamil Nadu - Cancer Institute (WIA), Adyar, Chennai. Tripura - Civil Hospital, Agartala. Uttar Pradesh - Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow. Uttar Pradesh - Kamla Nehru Memorial Hospital, Allahabad. West Bengal - Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute, Kolkata.
ii) In cities where there are no facilities for cancer treatment in any of the empanelled private hospitals powers are hereby delegated to the Addl. Directors of CGHS of the concerned cities in respect of CGHS and to HOD/ Head of Office in respect of serving employees covered under CS(MA) Rules, 1944 for grant of permission for undergoing treatment at any hospital that provides treatment to cancer patients, subject to the condition that the reimbursement shall be limited to the prevalent CGHS rates or actual expenditure - whichever may be lower. Permission shall however be granted for the specific treatment procedures as advised by a Government specialist.
iii) Powers are also hereby delegated to the Additional Directors of CGHS of the concerned cities in respect of CGHS and to HOD/ Head of Office in respect of serving employees covered under CS(I\/IA) Rules, 1944 for grant of permission for post-operative follow up treatment from the same centre, where permission has been granted earlier for cancer treatment as per the terms and conditions of OM dated 10.04.2001 regarding Post-operative follow up treatment.
2. These orders shall be in force till further orders.
3. This issues with the concurrence of Integrated Finance Division vide CD No. 115650 /2015 dated 15-01-2015.
It was decided by the Government of India that interest rates on Small savings Schemes will be linked to yields on government securities of comparable maturity. In pursuance of that decision, the Government has decided to revise the rates applicable on various small savings schemes as given in the table below.
Minimum Wage of Rs.26000/- and Open Ended Pay Scales
JCM DELEGATION PROPOSED BEFORE THE 7TH CENTRAL PAY COMMISSION
During 2 days deliberations on 23rd & 24th March, 2015, the JCM (Staff Side) delegation have pleaded before the 7th Central Pay Commission to recommend minimum wage of Rs. 26,000/- per month on the basis of 15th ILC Norms/Aykroyd Formula. Some of the important submissions made before the Pay Commission are listed below:
Wage ratio between the lowest and highest should be 1:8.
Revised pay scales and allowances should be given effect from 01/01/2014.
3.7 multiplication factor should be applied to arrive at the revised pay. Special Pay concept should be restored back.
HRA should be revised to 60%, 40% and 20% of pay for ‘X’ ‘Y’ and ‘Z’ class localities/cities respectively.
Children Education Allowance should be revised and extended to cover higher studies also.
Increment rate should be 5% of pay.
Five promotions during service.
Special Duty Allowance for North Eastern Region be revised to 37-1/2%.
House Building Amount should be increased and interest rate should be reduced.
6th CPC Anomalies may be got addressed through a special mechanism.
Flexi timings for women employees besides additional leave facilities etc.,
Pay Commission was urged to recommend parity in Pension.
Minimum Pension should be fixed at 67% of last pay drawn.
Gratuity amount should be upwardly revised.
All the issues contained in the J CM memorandum were explained to the Commission with cogent logic, merits and Precedents. S/Shri M. Raghavaiah, Leader JCM (Staff Side), Guman Singh, NFIR President, R.P. Bhatnagar, Working President and BC. Sharma, Joint General Secretary have participated in the deliberations.
No.IV/NFIR/7TH CPC/Corres/Pt.V Dated : 28/03/2015 V