Organisation unifying the entirety of Indian Central Government Employees and Workers on a single platform of struggle and advance.
DENIAL OF BONUS TO EMPLOYEES OF SREE CHITRA TIRUNAL INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (SCTIMST) TRIVANDRUM –REG
PAYMENT OF PROVISIONAL PENSION AND GRATUITY UNDER RULE 62 OF THE CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICES (PENSION) RULES, 2021 IN CASE OF DELAY IN ISSUE OF PPO AUTHORIZING REGULAR PENSION (23/02/2022)
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MODIFICATION OF INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING AIR TRAVEL ON GOVERNMENT ACCOUNT
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES GROUP INSURANCE SCHEME 1980 - TABLE OF BENEFITS FOR THE PERIOD 01.01.2022 TO 31.03.2022
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Ministry of Women and Child Development
PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT WORKPLACE
Posted On: 11 FEB 2022 5:42PM by PIB Delhi
The Government of India has enacted ‘the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013’ (SH Act) with the aim to provide safe and secure work environment to women. The Act is applicable to all women irrespective of their age or employment status, working in organised or unorganised sector. The Act casts an obligation upon all States to constitute Local Committees (LCs) in every district to receive complaints from organizations having less than 10 workers or if the complaint is against employer himself, for receiving complaints of sexual harassment at workplace.
The responsibility of implementation of the Act at State and District levels rests with the appropriate Government i.e. the respective State Governments in respect of all workplaces, which are established, owned, controlled or wholly or substantially financed by funds provided directly or indirectly by the State and any other workplace falling within its territory. They are responsible for monitoring the implementation of the Act and maintaining the data on the number of cases filed and disposed of. The data of State/ UT/ district-wise details of number of cases of sexual harassment filed and resolved is not maintained centrally. However, the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) compiles data regarding sexual harassment in work/ oﬃce premises (Section 354A of IPC) since 2017 in its publication namely 'Crime in India'. The published report is available till the year 2020, which is available at its website https://ncrb.gov.in.
The Act casts an obligation upon every employer to create an environment which is free from sexual harassment. For the purpose, employers are required to organize workshops, orientation and awareness programmes at regular intervals for sensitizing the employees and towards building the capacity of Internal Committee (IC) members around the provision of this legislation and display at any conspicuous place notice regarding the constitution of Internal Committee and penal consequences of sexual harassment etc.
To ensure effective implementation of the Act, a handbook and a training module have been developed. In addition, Ministry of Women and Child Development, from time to time, has issued advisories to all State Governments/ UT Administrations, Ministries/ Departments of Government of India and business associations/ chambers to ensure effective implementation of the Act. Video conferences have also been held with all State Governments/ UT administrations requesting them to establish and build capacity of LCs in each district of the country.
The Ministry has developed an online complaint management system titled the Sexual Harassment electronic–Box (SHe-Box, www.shebox.nic.in) for registering complaints related to sexual harassment of women at workplace.
On 31st July 2018, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, at the request of this Ministry, has amended the Companies (Accounts) Rules, 2014 making mandatory the inclusion of a statement about compliance with the provisions relating to the constitution of IC under the SH Act in the Report of the Board of Directors.
The Department of Personnel and Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Government of India has also issued advisories to all the Central Ministries/ Departments directing them to complete the inquiry in a time bound manner and to include the information related to number of cases filed under the SH Act and their disposal in their annual report.
This information was given by the Minister of Women and Child Development, Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani, in a written reply in Lok Sabha today.
EMPLOYEES AT ALL LEVELS, WITHOUT ANY EXEMPTION, SHALL ATTEND OFFICE ON REGULAR BASIS WITH EFFECT FROM FEBRUARY 7, 2022
MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS
Posted On: 06 FEB 2022 7:16PM by PIB Delhi
Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Science & Technology; Minister of State (Independent Charge) Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh announced this evening that a review of the pandemic situation was done today and in view of the decline in the number of COVID cases as well as decline in positivity rate, it has been decided that full office attendance shall be resumed from tomorrow and employees at all levels, without any exemption, shall attend office on regular basis with effect from February 7, 2022.
The Minister further informed that the Head of Departments shall, however, ensure that employees wear face masks at all times and continue to follow the COVID appropriate behaviour.
This is in supersession of the earlier Circular according to which the 50% office attendance rule had been extended till 15th of February. But, after obtaining inputs from the relevant quarters and review of the situation, a fresh OM (Office Memorandum) is issued by the Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT) informing that all the employees at all levels, without any exemption, will report to office from tomorrow, that is, 7th of February 2022. There will no more be "work from home" option for any employee.
Pertinent to mention that DoPT had issued certain guidelines through an Office Memorandum (OM) dated 3rd January 2022 and the same were being reviewed from time to time depending upon the pandemic situation.
In a subsequent review, it was considered appropriate to extend these guidelines up to 15th February. The physical attendance of government servants below the level of the Under Secretary was restricted to 50 percent of the actual strength and the remaining 50 percent were asked to work from home. In addition to this, the persons with disability and pregnant women employees were exempted from attending office. The officers and staff working from home were asked to remain available on telephone and other means of communication at all times.
Meanwhile, last month, Dr Jitendra Singh held a video conference and spoke to the employees working from home as well as those who had tested positive for COVID. He had enquired about their well-being and also sought their inputs and views.
However, now, in supersession of the earlier Circular according to which the 50% office attendance rule had been extended till 15th of February, a fresh OM (Office Memorandum) is issued by the Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT) informing that all the employees at all levels, without any exemption, will report to office from tomorrow, that is , 7th of February 2022. There will no more be "work from home" option for any employee.
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PREVENTIVE MEASURE TO CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF COVID-19: ATTENDANCE OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS REGARDING
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AMENDMENT TO GENERAL FINANCIAL RULES (GFR), 2017 TO INCLUDING INSURANCE SURETY BONDS AS SECURITY INSTRUMENT.
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SSC - COMBINED HIGHER SECONDARY (10+2) LEVEL EXAMINATION, 2021 (DETAILS AS UNDER)
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GENERAL ELECTION TO THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLIES OF STATES OF GOA PUNJAB MANIPUR UTTARAKHAND AND UTTAR PRADESH, 2022 GRANT OF PAID HOLIDAY TO THE EMPLOYEES ON THE DAY OF POLL – REGARDING (CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW)
F. No. 12/ 1/2022-JCA
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training) Establishment (JCA) Section
North Block, New Delhi
Dated: 31st January, 2022
Subject: General Election to the Legislative Assemblies of states of Goa, Punjab, Manipur, Uttarakhand & Uttar Pradesh, 2022 – Grant of paid holiday to the employees on the day of poll – regarding
The undersigned is directed to state that, as informed by the Election Commission of India, vide their Letter No. 78/ EPS/ 2022, dated 19/01/ 2022, General Election to the Legislative Assemblies of the states of Goa, Punjab, Manipur, Uttarakhand & Uttar Pradesh, 2022, are scheduled to be held as under:
Schedule for General Election to the Legislative Assemblies as follows
Name of State
Date of Poll
2. In this regard, it is stated that guidelines have been Issued by this Department, vide OM No. 12/14/99-JCA, dated 10.10.2001, regarding closure of Central Government Offices and grant of paid holiday to all concerned, including the daily wage/ casual workers, on the date of election. It is reiterated that all the Central government Offices and the Central Industrial Establishments, shall remain closed in the notified areas, where general election to the State Legislative Assemblies are to be conducted, on the date of Poll. The employees concern shall be granted paid holiday on the date of Poll to enable them to exercise their right to Vote
3. The above instructions may please be brought to the notice of all concerned.
4. Hindi version will follow.
Deputy Secretary to the Government