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Saturday, 30 March 2019

list of documant, difficult govermant scheam

list of documant, difficult govermant scheam
Non-Creamy Layer Certificate is also known as Other Backward Class Certificate, was introduced by former Prime Minister V.P.Singh in 1993. With the implementation of this certificate, a part of jobs was allocated in Central Government and Public Sectors for persons holding the certificate. Students holding Non-Creamy Layer Certificate also enjoy certain allocation in top educational institutions like IIT and IIM. Non-Creamy Layer Certificate is issued by the Thasildar of the concerned State Government. Hence, the procedure for obtaining Non-Creamy Layer Certificate differs from State to State.
Eligibility Criteria
In spite of Non-Creamy Layer Certificate being issued by the Tamil Nadu State government, it is mandatory to have OBC certificate to apply for the Central Government jobs. Non-Creamy Layer Certificate is valid only for one year from the date of receiving the certificate.
Considering the parent’s income, it is divided into Creamy and Non-Creamy Layer. If the income is above 8 lakh, the person will come under the Creamy Layer. If the income is below 8 lakhs, the person will come under Non-Creamy Layer.
The following are eligibility criteria for obtaining Non-Creamy Layer Certificate.
Only people belonging to non-creamy layer can apply for this certificate.
If both parents or anyone of the parent is working under Group C and D of the Central Government and parents working under Group II, III and IV of the Tamil Nadu State Government then he/she is eligible to apply for this certificate.
If a person is working under Group B of the Central Government or Group I of the Tamil Nadu State Government then he/she is eligible provided that his/her parents do not receive any kind of income, then the person can apply for OBC.
If the Husband is working under Central Government, his wife is eligible to apply for OBC certificate provided that the wife’s parents do not receive any kind of income.
The people who are not eligible to apply for this certificate are as follows.
Certain castes that come under BC and MBC that are not added to the Central Government’s OBC category cannot apply for this certificate.
Parents who are employed under Group A services like IPS, IAS, and IFS are not eligible to apply for this certificate.
If the applicant’s parents are working under Group B and C of the Central Government and parents working under Group 1 of the State Government then he/she is not eligible to apply for this certificate.
If the applicant’s parents’ income exceeds 8 lakhs, they are not eligible to apply for this certificate.
If the applicant’s parents work under private sectors as a business person, lawyer, doctor, engineer and if their income in more than 8 lakh per year, then they are not eligible to apply for this certificate.
Applicant's application (as per Annexure -1 / 86)
Affidavit (as per Appendix VIII)oincme Certificate (as per Annexure 3/86)
Certificate of Widow (as Appendix 4/86)
An example of the death of the applicant's husband
An example of age of the medical officer / civil hospital at Civil Hospital / Civil Hospital is not available in case of any instance of the applicant (vidhavahan) birth pattern or school living certificate.Certificates on the applicant's educational qualification.he generation name of the descendants of the deceased.
Applicants from the age group of 18 to 40 years, within a year, the guarantee letter of Talati Shari on joining the training of any government recognized trade.Certificate of re-marriage certificate. (Made in Talatiishi's face every July in July.)f there is a son of over 1 year old, but is physically handicapped or mentally unstable, if he is suffering from imprisonment for lif
The applicant must show the mark of identity on his body compulsory.
Domicile certificate is a legal proof, which certifies that a person resides in a particular State. This certificate is an essential document to claim the rights and benefits of the State that he/she lives. The concerned State Government provides this certificate to its applicant. Residents of the State of Gujarat can obtain domicile certificate as proof that he/she dwelled in a particular village or town or ward continuously over a period and intended to make Gujarat as his/her permanent residence. Earlier this kind of certificate was given offline by the State Government of Gujarat. Now the Government has introduced Digital Gujarat online portal to apply for the domicile certificate. In this article, we look at the eligibility and requirements for obtaining the Gujarat Domicile Certificate in detail.

Benefits of Obtaining Domicile Certificate

Domicile certificate needs to be provided for various purposes. The following are the advantages of getting domicile certificate are listed below :
  • For obtaining the local preference, domicile certificate can be submitted in several situations.
  • Using this certificate, students can get admission in the educational institution while their parents have transferable jobs.
  • Domicile certificate is one of the mandatory documents to apply for specific scholarship schemes and quotas.
  • For obtaining the ration card, it is an essential document to prove permanent residency.
  • Domicile certificate is also very useful for applying for State government jobs where residents are preferred.



Monday, 25 March 2019

7th Pay Commission – Pay Fixation | Increment | Promotion |

7th Pay Commission – Pay Fixation | Increment | Promotion |

While implementing the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission, Govt ensured that the commission’s pay related recommendations are accepted as such.

Govt also accepted 7th Pay Commission;s innovative concept of all in one pay scale called “Pay Matrix” which caters to entry pay and pay fixation of all Central Government Employees. Consquently, Running Pay Band and Grade Pay introduced by 6th Pay Commission were done away with.

Fixation of pay in the revised pay structure as per Rule 7 of Central Civil Services (Revised Pay) Rules, 2016.-

Step 1 : Multiply Basic Pay of Employee as on 31st December 2015 existing basic pay by a factor of 2.57, rounded off to the nearest rupee

Step 2: Determine the level in Pay Matrix using Grade Pay last drawn – Grade Pay pertaining to each level is given on the top of Each level in Pay Matrix

Step 3. Find the cell in the level determined in Step 2, which contains the amount equal to the figure determined in Step 1. If such cell is available amount containined in the said cell will be the basic pay of the employee. If no such Cell is available in the applicable Level, amount in the immediate next higher Cell will be the basic pay of the employee concerned.
2. In the case of medical officers who are drawing Non Practicing Allowance (NPA) :

As we all know, Medical Officers / Doctors who are serving in Central Government Service were entitled to Non-Practicing Allowance at the rate of 25% on the 6th CPC basic Pay.

Pay fixation in such cases is done as follows.
No. A Government Employee who was on leave on 1st January 2016 and entitled to Leave Salary will be fixed with revised as per Central Civil Services Revised Pay Rules 2016 with effect from 1st January 2016. in the case of Study Leave also

Suspended Employee will get pay revision subject to the final order in the Disciplinary Proceedings.

4. How to fix revised Pay when an employee is officiating in higher Post?

In the case of an employee who is holding a higher post on a regular basis, the revised pay will be based on the pay drawn in officiating post.
Govt has made provisions in CCS Revised Pay Rules 2016, to upgrade the pay of a senior who was drawing lesser pay than his / her junior in the same post prior to 1st January 2016. In such cases, the senior employee gets fixed in the revised pay structure in a Cell lower than that of such junior, his pay shall be stepped up to the same Cell in the revised pay structure as that of the junior.

5. How to apply 7th pay Commission Pay Matrix in the case of Employees appointed on or after 1st January 2016?

Central Government Employees who are appointed on or after 01.01.2016, will be fixed at the minimum pay or the first Cell the level applicable to the post in which the employee concerned in appointed.

Increments in revised pay structure using 7th CPC Pay Matrix

Annual Increment for Central Government Employees will be paid by granting the amount specified in the cell, which is veticallly next downwards in the same level of pay, as the Basic Pay after grant of annual increment.

2007 ni bharti pagar bandhni latter

2008 ni bharti pagar bandhni latter

Sunday, 24 March 2019

juth vima babat no rajay sarkar no pariptra

juth vima babat no rajay sarkar no pariptra

Single Scheme for the School Education Sector from Classes I to XII- extension of interventions to senior secondary stage.
Treat school education holistically as a continuum from Pre-school to Class 12

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Supporting States to initiate pre-primary education
Inclusion of senior secondary levels and pre-school levels in support for School education for the first tiAdministrative refor
Single and unified administrative structure leading to harmonized implementatio
Flexibility to States to prioritise their interventions under the Schem
An integrated administration looking at ‘school’ as a continuu
Enhanced Funding for Educatio
The budget has been enhanced.
Learning outcomes and steps taken for quality improvement will be the basis for allocation of grants under the Scheme.
Focus on Quality of Education
Emphasis on improvement of Learning Outcomes
Enhanced Capacity Building of Teachers
Focus on strengthening Teacher Education Institutions like SCERTs and DIETs to improve the quality of prospective teachers in the system
SCERT to be the nodal institution for in-service and pre-service teacher training – will make training dynamic and need-based.
Key focus on quality education emphasizing capacity building of teachers in online and offline mode as well as strengthening of Teacher Education Institutions SCERT/DIET/BRC/CRC/CTEs/IASEs.
Annual Grant per school for strengthening of Librarie
Almost 1 million schools to be given library grant
Enhanced focus on improving quality of education by focus on the two T’s – Teachers and Technology
Outcome oriented allocation of resources

Focus on Digital Educatio
Support ‘Operation Digital Board’ in all secondary schools over a period of 5 years, which will revolutionize education- easy to understand, technology based learning classrooms will become flipped classrooms.
Enhanced use of digital technology in education through smart classrooms, digital boards and DTH channels
Digital initiatives like Shala Kosh, Shagun, Shaala Saarthi to be strengthened
Strengthening of ICT infrastructure in schools from upper primary to higher secondary level.
“DIKSHA”, digital portal for teachers to be used extensively for upgrading skills of teachers
Enhanced Use of Technology to improve access and provision of quality education – ‘Sabko Shiksha Achhi Shiksha’
Strengthening of Schools
Emphasis on consolidation of schools for improvement of quality
Enhanced Transport facility to children across all classes from I to VIII for universal access to school
Increased allocation for infrastructure strengthening in schools
Composite school grant increased and to be allocated on the basis of school enrolment.
Specific provision for Swachhta activities – support ‘Swachh Vidyalaya’
Improve the Quality of Infrastructure in Government Schools

Focus on Girl Education

Empowerment of girls
Upgradation of KGBVs from Class 6-8 to Class 6-12 .
Self-defence training for girls from upper primary to higher secondary stage
Stipend for CWSN girls to be provided from Classes I to XII. – earlier only IX to XII.
Enhanced Commitment to ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’
Focus on Inclusion
Allocation for uniforms under RTE Act enhanced per child per annum.
Allocation for textbooks under the RTE Act, enhanced per child per annum. Energized textbooks to be introduced.
Allocation for Children with Special Needs (CwSN) increased from Rs. 3000 to Rs. 3500 per child per annum. Stipend of Rs. 200 per month for Girls with Special Needs from Classes 1 to 12.
Commitment to ‘Sabko Shiksha Achhi Shiksha’
Focus on Skill Development
Exposure to Vocational Skills at Upper Primary Level would be extended.
Strengthening of vocational education at secondary level as an integral part of curriculum
Vocational education which was limited to Class 9-12, to be started from class 6 as integrated with the curriculum and to be made more practical and industry oriented.
Reinforce emphasis on ‘Kaushal Vikas’

Focus on Sports and Physical Education

Sports equipment will be provided to all schools under this component.
Sports Education to be an integral part of curriculum
Every school will receive sports equipments under the scheme to inculcate and emphasize relevance of sports in the school curriculum
Support ‘Khelo India’

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Saturday, 23 March 2019

matdar yadima tamaru name check karo

matdar yadima tamaru name check karo

The Voter list or Electoral roll is an authenticated record which is published by the Election Commission of India through the State’s and Union Territories CEO portals.
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This official record decides whether you are eligible to vote or not. It’s the responsibility of every Indian Citizen who is having Voter id to check the voter id holders name before the election. Earlier people used to visit the ERO offices to check their name in the voter list but the Election Commission of India now providing the online facility to check and confirm the vote online via State CEO portals, NVSP portal and Union Territory portal.
The voter’s list that also refers to the electoral roll, it is comprehensively compiled a list which bears the names also details of voters in a specific constituency. The ECI releases it to the public periodically for scrutiny. On electoral roll you can cross check to find out that you are registered to vote in the forthcoming election.
Earlier to check the name in the voter list or electoral roll one has to visit the ERO office. But the Election Commission of India is providing an online facility to check the name in the voter list through the NVSP portal, States and Union territories CEO portals. You can search your name in the voter list by using your name or by using the EPIC number.

Visit the NVSP portal or your State’s CEO portal or your Union Territories CEO portal.
Select the Search your Name in Electoral roll option from the main menu.
Search Electoral roll online window will be displayed.
Select your District.
Select Search by Name option.
Now enter your name, Father Name, gender, age etc.
Enter the Captcha code and click the search button.
A window will be displayed with your Voter id search details.

How to check your name on the voter list online:

Below are steps you need to take online to verify your existence on the voter list:

Log on to the website http://eci.nic.in/eci_main1/Linkto_electo_search.aspx. On the website, you will come across weblinks to voter lists. These electoral rolls are in a PDF format.
Find the link of the state where you are a resident or the state where you have registered as a voter. Click on this link.
After performing the above step a new tab will open giving you the choice of either searching by voter ID card or by your name.
In the event that you have the elector ID card with you opt to search by voter card. Otherwise, opt to search using your name.
What will appear are new fields where you will be required to enter such details as your name and district.
Once you have entered your details proceed to click on the search button. Your name should appear as a search result but if it doesn’t then it means either you entered some or all personal details incorrectly or you are missing on the voter list.
What to do in case of omissions or mistakes:

Should your personal details be incorrectly entered ensure the corrections are done prior to the forthcoming elections. For this, you will need to fill Form 8 before submitting it to your state’s Chief Electoral Officer.

In the event that your name is missing on the voter list, you will be required to fill Form 6 and submit it to your state’s Chief Electoral Officer.
Search voter id card by name

You should ensure to this at least more than 10 days prior the election so that necessary changes can make after that no alterations can allow. There are the several reasons that necessitate checking your name in the voter’s list. One is ensuring that the personal details were correctly entered. And the other is ensuring that you are actually entered in the voter’s roll. This is why because mistakes happen, also you might have omitted and this would deny your chance to vote for the law requires one to register voter before they can also to exercise their democratic right also a duty.Search voter id card online

Checking, you are on the electoral roll or not done manually where you present to the local Election Commission of India offices also you go through a manual register. To conduct an offline voter id search you will require to present the documents that can prove your identities like driver’s license or passport. There is another method for checking your name in voters list through online. This method is easier and faster also more convenient method.First Applicants visit the nvsp official website http://www.nvsp.in/. Then click on the “Track application status” option. Here enter the application number and click on “Track status” button. The voter ID card status will be displayed on the screen

Note: Not only this nvsp portal you can also use the online portal of your state CEO to check the Voter ID application status. And the process will be quite similar as explained above. So that you can easily check Voter ID application status

Without reference number:

Go to the http://electoralsearch.in/ website and select one of the 2 options like search with details or search with a number. And there enter the name, father name, gender, age, other details and click on the search button. If your voter ID card is processed then your card is displayed on the screen

Know the status of your election ID status through SMS:

Applicants can also know the Voter ID card application status through SMS
Simply follow the SMS EPIC by space by their voter ID application number
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NPS,PPF AND SUKNYA SAMRUDHI YOJNA RELATED NEWS REPORT

NPS,PPF AND SUKNYA SAMRUDHI YOJNA RELATED NEWS REPORT

The NPS or also known as National Pension Scheme is managed by the PFRDA or the Pension Fund Regulatory and development authority. It is a pension scheme which helps the retiree to fulfill different retirement needs. It is the cheapest retirement plan that is available in the Indian subcontinent. The National Pension System was first introduced in the year 2004. The major aim of the NPS has always been to instill the habit of savings for the retirement phase among senior citizens of the country.National Pension Scheme is of two different types – Tier I and Tier II. These two accounts are completely different and here is some important information about these.

Tier I account – this is the basic NPS account which has limited withdrawals and here the two types of withdrawals that can be considered.

When the contributor reaches the age of 60 years he/she will be able to withdraw only 20% of the overall contribution they have made. While the rest 80% has been used for purchasing the annuity from the life insurer.
The candidate can also withdraw 60% of their contributed sum whereas the remaining 40% will be used to purchase the annuity from a life insurer.
Tier II account – the tier II account is a voluntary saving choice for the people who want to withdraw their money without any limit. However, a person may choose to open a Tier II account alongside the Tier I account.
Public Provident Fund commonly called the PPF scheme, is a long-term investment instrument. The scheme was started by the National Savings Organization (NSO) in order to encourage small savings and investments. PPF offers decent returns along with income tax benefits under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act.
Only an Indian resident can open a PPF account. One person can only have one active PPF account at a time. PPF account for minors can be opened based on legal age proof. PPF is a long-term investment instrument and so the maturity term is 15 years.
Some of the key Indian Banks like SBI, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, Central Bank of India, Bank of India (BOI), IDBI, Central Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Indian Overseas Bank offer PPF account facility. Several other banks also provide PPF service.
1. PPF Account opening form which can be obtained from the bank branch or the Indian Post portal.
2. Valid ID proof like PAN card, driving license, voter ID card, passport and Aadhaar card.
3. If you applying online to open the PPF account, you will need address proof like telephone bill, electricity bill, ration card and Aadhaar card.
4. Two recent passport size photographs will be required as well.
5.  A Pay-in-slip at the bank branch to transfer the amount to your PPF account, or a signed cheque in favour of your PPF account.

6. In case of PPF account for a minor, birth certificate may be required as age proof.
PPF interest rate is set by the central government. The interest is calculated annually. Since PPF falls under the EEE (Exempt, Exempt, Exempt) tax category, it means that PPF contribution, interest earned and maturity proceeds are eligible for tax exemption completely. One can claim tax benefits for investment up to Rs 1.5 lakh per year.

Sukanya Samriddhi” means prosperity of the girl child. The scheme was created with the aim of encouraging parents and guardians of girl children below the age of 10 years to begin saving money so that they may have a solid financial footing to continue with higher education, pursue entrepreneurial dreams or even marry the girl off.
Under this scheme, every girl below the age of ten years is made eligible for a special savings account with higher than normal interest rate and several other concessions. The account receives deposits for 14 years and matures at 21 years since the opening of the account.

1. Who Can Open the Account?

Either of the girl’s parents or a legal guardian of a girl child, may open the account, provided the girl is less than 10 years old. Accounts can be opened for only 2 girl children per guardian/family. An exception is made in the case of twins and triplets.

2. What is the Eligibility Criteria?

The scheme is only for girls.
The girl for whom the account is being created should be below 10 years of age.
The girl should be an Indian citizen, residing in India.
3. Required Documents

Birth Certificate of the girl child
Address Proof
Photo Identity Proof
4. Residence

It is stipulated that the girl child availing the benefits of the scheme should be a resident of India throughout the duration of the scheme.

5. The Account in the Name of the Beneficiary

Only the girl child is meant to be the beneficiary of Sukanya Samriddhi Account (SSA), although the guardian is making the deposits. In the unfortunate case of premature death of the child, the guardian can claim for the balance amount and accrued interest since the day of the opening of the account.

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Friday, 22 March 2019

AWARENESS / Where is your base card used? Know only in 6 steps Read report

 AWARENESS / Where is your base card used? Know only in 6 steps Read report

Aadhaar card or the 12-digit Unique Identity Number - issued by the UIDAI or Unique Identification Authority of India - is now to be mandatorily linked with a number of essential tasks. These include operation of bank accounts/PPF accounts, investment in small savings schemes and use of a mobile number or SIM. The UIDAI on its website uidai.gov.in has provided several online tools. These online facilities by UIDAI range from enabling Aadhaar holders to retrieve their misplaced UIDs to letting them check the status of linkage between Aadhaar and their bank accounts. One such tool enables Aadhaar holders to check their authentication historyThis verification takes place on the basis of information or data or documents available with the CIDR, the UIDAI adds.

UIDAI provides an online service to support this process.Aadhaar authentication service only responds with a "yes/no" and no personal identity information is returned as part of the response, according to the UIDAI.
How to use Aadhaar Transaction History tool online via uidai.gov.in

Aadhaar holders can access the transaction history tool online via the UIDAI website.f your Aadhaar number is active, the website will confirm it by stating that your Aadhaar number exists. The website will also show other details, i.e., under which age band you fall, gender, state in which you reside, and the last three digits of your mobile number.
On the other hand, if you are unable to verify your Aadhaar number despite repeated attempts, the website will show your Aadhaar number does not exist. In that case, you will have to visit the nearest enrolment centre along with the supporting documents. Click here to know the list of documents you can submit as proof of identity and proof of address.
Your biometrics may be re-verified and entered into UIDAI's database again. This updation of your biometrics and details in Aadhaar database will cost you

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Thursday, 21 March 2019

Gujarat primary school exams to be held on schedule and exam planing file

Gujarat primary school exams to be held on schedule and exam planing file

The examinations for primary school students will be held as scheduled, director of primary education, Gujarat, announced on Tuesday. This announcement puts to rest rumours among the teachers and faculty members that the exams could get re-scheduled due to the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Gujarat.
As many as 40,000 students — 34,000 in government-run primary schools and 6,000 in private schools — will take the exams that will be held from April 8, according to the announcement. The exams for primary schools, from class III to class VIII will be held till April 15. For optional subjects, the exams will be held from April 26 to April 29, after the Lok Sabha elections in Gujarat.
Teachers of primary schools will be engaged in the election process from April 15 to April 25. The voting for elections for the 26 Lok Sabha seats will be held in Gujarat on April 23

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Wednesday, 20 March 2019

What will change after April 1st? From PAN rules to mutual funds, find out here

The deadline for linking PAN card with Aadhaar is March 31, 2019. If you fail to link your PAN with Aadhaar, your PAN card might become invalid. The Supreme Court in September last year, while declaring the Aadhaar scheme as 

constitutionally valid, had said Aadhaar was mandatory to file I-T returns and issuance of PAN card.
After April 1, if you miss a connectiong train, then your ticket's cost would be refunded. You would be easily able to link two PNR numbers. The condition is that the passenger information on both the tickets should be same.
Some SEBI rules related to Mutual Funds are also set to change post April 1, 2019. According to the new rule, the total expense ratio (TER) would be 2.25. This charge is collected from the investors. For close ended schemes, this would be 1.25 percent. For schemes other than equity schemes, the TER would be one percent.
If you have any share certificates in physical form, then do get it converted to digital form through a DMAT account. After April 1, 2019,, onlt shares in a DMAT account (digital) would be considered valid.
After April 1, motorcycles aver 125 cc must have anti lock braking system. And for bikes upto 125 cc, a combi braking system would be mandatory.
Starting April 1, electricity bills would be pre paid. You can re-charge for the amount of electricity that you wish to use. New pre-paid meters would be installed at homes.
As per RBI direction, all banks will have to link loan rates to external benchmark. This would become mandatory from April 1 onwards. Loans are likely to become cheaper after this. The State Bank of India (SBI) has already implemented this.
In the real estate sector, new GST rates would be applicable post April 1. Under the new rates, the GST on low cost houses would be 1%. The other houses falling in higher category would attract 5% GST. As of now, the GST on these two categories are 8% and 12%.
Post April 1, 2019, you will not have to give a separate application to transfer PF or Provident Fund account when you switch jobs. The new automatic system of EPFO EPF transfer would be activated from next month onwards.
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Monday, 18 March 2019

election duty, medical benifit related GR

election duty, medical benifit related GR

During the general elections -2009, all injuries and police personnel / officers, personnel of Central Weapon Police Force, driver / cleaner on election duty (including driver / cleaner of a renovated personal vehicle), during election duty Were injured due to the attack. On the occasion of spoiling the election expenses control team, videographer etc. all the employees who are injured on election duty during this period, "to ensure that cash-less medical treatment is being done and the matter was taken in compliance with the state of Gujarat. It has been mentioned by the Chief Secretary and Secretary, General Administration Department, issued against the Chief Secretary, (1), in this regard, the pre-employment arrangements To settle and. The matter of issuing instructions in consultation with the Finance Department was under consideration.

Solution:

Under the prevailing policy rules of medical treatment of the state government under the general elections of the state government, all civil and police personnel / officers, the Central Armed Police force personnel are engaged in the election process during the general elections -2009, Election Duty On the diarycliner (including driver / sweeper's personal vehicle cleaner), election expenses control team, videographer wins cashless * receiving medical treatment and Take on all employees are following the end of the adult idea.

(1)

All Mulli and police personnel / officers of the Central Armed Police Force, Diver / Cleaner on election duty (Driver / cleaner of the private vehicle admitted) hospitals / community health centers / district / taluka of the state government affiliated with hospitals and medical colleges. Elections related to election duty include the election expenses control team, videographer etc., so that free treatment of employees Uhaya could be made would davamam. External medicines, the cost of implants will be borne by the cost of the hospital. Apart from this, all civil servants and officials, officers of the Central Armed Police Force, elections, all the men and officers are engaged in election duty in the following donated hospitals of the state government. Cleaner / cleaning on duty (with driver / clearing of a renovated personal vehicle), videographer of election expenses control teams, employees will be provided with unpleasant treatment and the potential cost will be embraced by the government again. (1) United Nations Mehta Institute of Cardiology, Civil Hospital Complex, Ahmedabad (2) MP Shah Cancer Hospital, Civil Hospital Complex, Ahmedabad. (3) "Cashless" medical treatment will also be available in nearby private hospital, which relies on the certificates of district election officer related to kidney disease and research center, civil hospital premises, Ahmedabad.

2. During the general election-2009, all personnel and police personnel / officers, personnel of Central Weapon Police Force, Election Driver Driver / Cleaner (including driver / clearing of a private vehicle), videographer of election expenses control teams etc. After handing over (i.e., announcement of announcement / announcement announcement), if they are given electoral duty, they will be eligible for "cashless" medical treatment till the completion of the election duty.

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Thursday, 14 March 2019

Good news for FD bankers in the bank-post office, will be applicable from April 1 rule

Good news for FD bankers in the bank-post office, will be applicable from April 1 rule

State Bank of India (SBI) offers a variety of investment products. Fixed Deposits (FDs) or Term Deposits are one of the key products.

Types of SBI Fixed Deposits
SBI Term Deposit
SBI Tax Saving Scheme, 2006
SBI Multi Option Deposit Scheme
Reinvestment Plan
Features of SBI Term Deposit scheme
Range of SBI FD rates: 5.75% p.a. to 6.85%  p.a.
Highest Term Deposit rate: 6.85% p.a.
Range of maturities: 7 days to 10 years
Minimum deposit amount: Rs.1,000
No limit on the maximum deposit amount.
Senior citizens get an additional interest rate of 0.25% for deposits above Rs.10,000.
Interest payment options: Monthly, quarterly or yearly basis
Premature withdrawals allowed
An account holder can avail loans and overdraft for up to 90% of the deposit value.
Overdraft limit: Rs.25,000 to Rs.5 crore.
Interest rate for the loan would be 1% more than the FD rate.
Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) is applicable to the interest income as per the Income Tax Act, 1961.
Nomination facility can be availed.
The option for automatic renewal FD is available.
You can convert their interest payout frequency to cumulative payout at any point.
Features of SBI Tax Savings Scheme, 2006
Deposit range: Rs.1,000 to Rs.1.50 lakh.
Maturity period: 5 years and 10 years
The interest rate for SBI Tax Savings Scheme, 2006, is 6.85% p.a.
The account holder is entitled to tax benefits as listed under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
The FD account comes in two variants:
Term Deposit (TD)
Special Term Deposit (STD)
You cannot make premature withdrawals before completing 5 years of tenure.
You cannot apply for loans or overdraft facility against the deposit.
Features of SBI Multi Option Deposit Scheme (MODS)
Range of tenure: 1 year to 5 years
Minimum amount of investment: Rs.10,000
No upper limit on deposit amount
You can link your FD account to your Savings/Current account.
You can easily liquify your FD funds and transfer it to the linked account.
You will continue to earn interest on the remaining funds in the FD account.
The interest will be taxed under Tax Deducted at Source (TDS).
One can make withdrawals in multiples of Rs.1,000 only.
SBI MODS can be prematurely withdrawn.
Features of Reinvestment Plan
The interest income is only credited to your account on the date of maturity.
The interest income is consistently added to the principal amount.
The minimum amount of deposit is Rs.1,000.
There is no upper limit on the deposit amount
One can choose a maturity period from 6 months to 10 years.
Reinvestment Plan comes with facilities like:
Nomination facility
Loan against the deposit
Overdraft facility up to 90% of the deposit amount
Auto renewal of the deposit (if no instructions are given)
Penalty for Premature Closure for SBI Fixed Deposits
In case of foreclosure of the FD before maturity date, a penalty will be imposed as thus:

The penalty for deposits up to Rs.5 lakh is 0.50%.
For deposits which are more than Rs.5 lakh but less than Rs.1 crore, the penalty rate is 1%.
Premature withdrawal from bulk deposits will be penalized with a rate of 1%.

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Sunday, 10 March 2019

class 2 pragnavarg : nidan kasoti upchar kaary

class 2 pragnavarg : nidan kasoti upchar kaary

Number of programs across the country such as DPEP, SSA, NPEGEL have been implemented towards universalization of elementary education. As a result , since past one decade there has been significant improvement in the enrollement and retention of children at the primary level. However, despite sincere and dedicated efforts at various levels to imporved quality in education, there is a long way to go. When one thinks of usual primary classes, the picture of any teacher centic classrooms that comes to one’s mind is as under:

Teacher dominates the classroom all the time, with no allowance for children to learn of develop on their own.

It is assumed that all children will learn the same thing at the same time and in the same manner.

The problems of multi-grade and multi-level nature of classroom are not addressed.

TLMs are rarely used by children as a normal practice.

Most of the materials used are not prepared for self-learning.

There is no opportunity for the child to learn the lessons missed during his/her absence from class.

Evaluation methods are mostly summative and test only the rote learning by children.

In order to address the above issues, Pragna – an activity based learning approach, has been initiated with an objective to correct and overcome these difficulties and to open the classroom to a more holistic and learner based way of working with children through the day, throughout the year.

Why Pragna?
It gives children an opportunity to learn at their own pace and level
Provides children a platform to learn through experience
It offers a chance to learn from teachers and peers
It gives child an exposure to various project work and field work
Child'a Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation is embedded & stress free
It helps child learning how to learn
Children are learning without burden

PRAGNA:
Classroom: The Pragna Classroom is child frendly place for children where they would love to come and learn. It is a place where the material is within their reach and they also have freedom to use there material as per their need.
Subject Classroom: There are subject specific rooms instead of common classroom. The subject specific rooms are designed keeping in such a way that the child can have an easy access to the material related to particular subject. Separate room for Language-EVS and Mathematics- Rainbow activities are organized in the schools.
Seating Arrangement: Children as well as teacher also sit on the floor rather than table-chair, benches or any kind of fixed furniture, Carpet or mat is provided to all the schools.
PRAGNA Means Intellect, Understanding, Wisdom
Group Formation: Children of Standard 1 and 2 at together in any of the two classrooms. The combine group of children of standard one and two are divided in six groups according to the stage of learning. These groups are (1) Teacher Supported Group (2) Partially Teacher Supported Group (3) Peer Support Group (4) Partial Peer Support Group (5) Self learning Group and (6) Evaluation Group.
Physical Environment of Pragna Classroom:Rack and Tray, Ladder, Group Chart, Student Slate, Teacher Slate, Student Progress Chart, Display, Learning Card / Activity Card, Workbooks, Flash Cards, Game Board, Early Reader, Pictorial Dictionary, Rainbow Activity, Student Profile, Student Portfolio, EVS Project Sheets, Mathematics Practice Book, Gujarati Vachanmala, EVS – Manan, Teachers' Handbook, Training Module, TLM Box, Training CD, Advocacy CD, Advertisement CD and Jingle,

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Saturday, 9 March 2019

Booth level officer ne election ma kamgiri babat latter

Booth level officer ne election ma kamgiri babat latter

In order to enhance participation by the recognized political parties at grass root level during preparation and revision of electoral roll, the Election Commission introduced a system of appointment of  Booth Level Agent in November, 2008 on the pattern of polling agent /counting agent during polling /counting of votes.  The Booth Level Agents are appointed for specific polling station areas by the recognized political parties to complement the Booth Level Officers of the respective polling stations.

Appointment of Booth Level Agent:
Every recognized political party through its President or Secretary or any other office bearer shall authorize one or more district representatives to appoint Booth Level Agents.  The authorization shall be given in Form ID: BLA 1 (annexure 60 - Manual on Electoral Rolls - Document 10 - Edition 1 - October 2016) by the President/ Secretary/Authorized office bearer.  The Form must be signed in ink only.
The authorized district representative of the political party will further appoint Booth Level Agent for each polling station in Form ID: BLA 2 (annexure 61 - Manual on Electoral Rolls - Document 10 - Edition 1 - October 2016).  The Form must be signed, in ink only. The Booth Level Agent must be a registered elector in the relevant part of the electoral roll for which he is appointed as it is expected that the Booth Level Agent will scrutinize the entries in the draft roll during revision period and also identify entries of dead and shifted electors.
Initially, Booth Level Agents were appointed for revision of electoral roll during a particular year only, however, subsequently, the Election Commission decided that a Booth Level Agent, once appointed, will continue to function in such capacity irrespective of whether it is revision or non-revision period and his appointment as Booth Level Agent will be valid for later years also until and unless the nomination/authorization of such Booth Level Agent is expressly withdrawn by the concerned political party or such Booth Level Agent has ceased to be a registered elector of the constituency for which he has been appointed.
No Government employee or staff of local authority/PSU can act as Booth Level Agent.
One Booth Level Agent may be appointed for more than one polling station area provided the polling stations for the corresponding parts of electoral roll are located within the same polling station location. In case, due to unavoidable reasons, one Booth Level Agent is authorized to receive draft electoral roll in respect of more than one part of electoral roll, then separate authorizations in Form ID: BLA 2 should be obtained for each such part of electoral roll.
The Booth Level Agent will hand over his appointment letter in prescribed Form to Designated Officer/Booth Level Officer at the polling station location after draft publication of electoral roll.  In case the concerned political party so wishes it may also issue photo Identity Cards to its Booth Level Agent with signature of the authorized representative.  However, the Booth Level Agent is not required to show the ID proof other than the above authorization letter.
On production of the appointment letter by Booth Level Agent, the Designated Officer/Booth Level Officer will hand over a printed copy of the relevant part(s) of the electoral roll to him under proper acknowledgement (annexure 62 - Manual on Electoral Rolls - Document 10 - Edition 1 - October 2016).  The printed copy of each part of electoral roll to be supplied to the Booth Level Agent will be the same copy of electoral roll which is required to be supplied free of cost to the concerned recognized political party under Rule 11 of Registration of Electoral Rules, 1960, as mentioned above.
In case no Booth Level Agent is appointed by a political party for a part of electoral roll, then the copy of the draft roll for that part will not be handed over to any other person by the Designated Officer/Booth Level Officer.

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Wednesday, 6 March 2019

pay commition and fix pay related press note by gujrat govermant

pay commition and fix pay related press note by gujrat govermant

All existing levels have been subsumed in the new structure; no new levels have been introduced nor has any level been dispensed with. Index of Rationalisation has been approved for arriving at minimum pay in each Level of the Pay Matrix depending upon the increasing role, responsibility, and accountability at each step in the hierarchy.
3] The minimum pay has been increased from Rs. 7000 to 18000 p.m. Starting salary of a newly recruited employee at the lowest level will now be Rs. 18000 whereas for a freshly recruited Class | officer, it will be Rs 56100. This reflects a compression ratio of 1:3.12 signifying that pay of a Class | officer on direct recruitment will be three times the pay of an entrant at the lowest level.
4] For the purpose of revision of pay and pension, a fitment factor of 2.57 will be applied across all Levels in the Pay Matrices.
5] Rate of increment has been retained at 3 %. This will benefit the employees in future on account of higher basic pay as the annual increments that they earn in the future will be 2.57 times than at present.
6] The Cabinet approved further improvements in the Defence Pay Matrix by enhancing Index of Rationalisation for Level 13A (Brigadier) and providing for additional stages in Level 12A (Lieutenant Colonel), 13 (Colonel) and 13A (Brigadier) in order to bring parity with Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) counterparts at the maximum of the respective Levels.
7] Some other decisions impacting the employees including Defence & Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) personnel include :
a) Gratuity ceiling enhanced from Rs. 10 to 20 lakh. The ceiling on gratuity will increase by 25 % whenever DA rises by 50 per cent;
b) A common regime for payment of ex-gratia lump sum compensation for civil and defense forces personnel payable to Next of Kin with the existing rates enhanced from Rs 10-20 lakh to 25-45 lakh for different categories;
c) Rates of Military Service Pay revised from Rs. 1000, 2000, 4200 & 6000 to 3600, 5200, 10800 & 15500 respectively for various categories of Defence Forces personnel;
d) Terminal gratuity equivalent of 10.5 months of reckonable emoluments for Short Service Commissioned Officers who will be allowed to exit Armed Forces any time between 7 and 10 years of service; and
e) Hospital Leave, Special Disability Leave and Sick Leave subsumed into a composite new Leave named ‘Work Related Illness and Injury Leave’ (WRIIL). Full pay and allowances will be granted to all employees during the entire period of hospitalization on account of WRIIL.
8] The Cabinet also approved the recommendation of the Commission to enhance the ceiling of House Building Advance from Rs 7.50 lakh to 25 lakh. In order to ensure that no hardship is caused to employees, four interest-free advances namely Advances for Medical Treatment, TA on tour/transfer, TA for the family of deceased employees and LTC have been retained. All other interest-free advances have been abolished;
9] The Cabinet also decided not to accept the steep hike in monthly contribution towards Central Government Employees Group Insurance Scheme (CGEGIS) recommended by the Commission. The existing rates of monthly contribution will continue. This will increase the take-home salary of employees at lower levels by Rs 1470. However, considering the need for social security of employees, the Cabinet has asked Ministry of Finance to work out a customized group insurance scheme for Central Government Employees with a low premium and high-risk cover;
10] The general recommendations of the Commission on pension and related benefits have been approved by the Cabinet. Both the options recommended by the Commission as regards pension revision have been accepted subject to feasibility of their implementation;
11] Revision of pension using the second option based on fitment factor of 2.57 shall be implemented immediately. A Committee is being constituted to address the implementation issues anticipated in the first formulation.

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Monday, 4 March 2019

std 2 and 3 and head teacher teliconference latest paripatr date 5-3-2019

std 2 and 3 and head teacher teliconference latest paripatr date 5-3-2019

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Railway RRB Group D Result 2018-2019 Ahmedabad Zone select candidate List : cutt of marks

Railway RRB Group D Result 2018-2019 Ahmedabad Zone select candidate List : cutt of marks

RRB Group D Result: RRB Group D result date has finally been confirmed. The wait of candidates will be over tomorrow. RRB officials have confirmed that result will be released tomorrow. RRB Group D exam was conducted in computer-based mode from September 2018 to December 2018. For those who appeared for the exam in September, the wait was the longest. After the RRB Group D result is declared tomorrow, the qualified candidates will be called for Physical Efficiency Test (PET).

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The RRB Group D result will be released after 3:00 pm tomorrow. Candidates who appeared in the exam are advised to keep their registration number nearby so that they could check their result easily. However, there is a high probability that the result server may crash. In such a scenario, candidates should not fret and wait for the website to respond again and check their result then.

The result will include a candidate's qualifying status for RRB Group D PET and their normalized marks in RRB Group D exam.

Normalization of marks scored in RRB Group D exam is done so that candidates who appeared in separate sessions of the exam and consequently may have gotten question papers of different difficulty level may have the same chances at qualifying the exam.

How to Check RRB Group D Merit List 2018-2019?



  • In the table above, find the link for the RRB which you selected during application form filling.
  • There, look for CEN 02/2018 RRB Group D Result 2018 link.
  • In the merit list, search your roll number.
  • If your roll number is in the merit list, then you have qualified the examination.





RRB Group D result 2019: Check Group-D result date & link

Once the Railway Recruitment Board group D 2019 result will appear online, candidates will be able to check to their RRB group D scorecard 2019. Get all the important information on the scorecard and next stage of RRB recruitment 2019. RRB group D exams concluded in December 2018 and now the RRB result will be published online on the official website of the entire participating region. Candidates have to access their RRB group d result 2019 from the same. RRB Group D exam was the biggest recruitment examination of 2018 conducted in India. A huge number of applicants have appeared in the first round. Candidates shortlisted in the CBT round will be called for the second round.

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