Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)
New Delhi, dated the 16th November, 2009.
Sub: Recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission relating to encashment of leave in respect of Central Government employees.
The undersigned is directed to refer to this Department’s O.M. of even number dated 25th September, 2008 on the subiect mentioned above according to which encashment of leave in respect & central Government employees will be considered both for earned leave and half pay leave subject to overall limit of 300 days and in respect of encashment of half pay leave, no reduction shall be made on account of pension and pension equivalent of other retirement benefits. In case of shortfall in earned leave, no commutation of half pay leave is permissible. The order was made effective from the lSt September, 2008. The matter was reconsidered in this Department in consultation with the Department of Expenditure (Implementation Cell) and it has been decided to modify the date of effect of this Department’s 0.M of even number dated 25th September, 2008 to “01.01.2006 instead of 01.09.2008 subject to the following conditions:-
(i) The benefit will be admissible in respect of past cases on receipt of applications to that effect from the pensioners concerned by the Administrative Ministry concerned.
(ii) In respect of retirees who have already received encashment of earned leave of maximum limit of 300 days together with encashment of HPL standing at their credit on the date of retirement, such cases need not be reopened. However, such cases in which there was a shortfall in reaching the maximum limit of 300 days can be reopened.
(iii) Calculation of cash equivalent in respect of HPL at credit shall be made mutatis mutandis in the manner given in this Department’s O.M. of even number dated 25.09.2008.
2. In respect of persons serving in the Indian Audit & Accounts Departments, these O.M. issues with the concurrence of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.
3. Hindi version is enclosed.
Under Secretary to the Govt. of India.
Encashment of Child Adoption Leave
Encashment of Earned Leave along with LTC
VIVEK KUMAR GOEL says
VERY VERY BIG “NO” FOR THSI NEW INSURANCE SCHEME. I read the schme. This scheme is beneficiary for PRIVATE NURSING HOME AND DOCTORS only. Government servant as well as Government both will be the looser if this scheme is implemented. Privete Doctors and Nursing Homes are pressing very hard on Government to Implment this scheme.
I have an experience to share. My near relative’ wife fell ill and hospitalised in a well reputed hospital of Meerut City. My relative asked lumpsum cost of treatment to Doctor, she replied that Rs.17000/- will be the cost. My relative’s son was working in M/s WIPRO Ltd. and his parents are covered in a CASHLESS insurance policy made by his company. My relative told about it to the doctor on the discharge day after completion of the treatment of his wife than Doctor was very happy and told him to come after 07 day to collect the Discharge certificate and now cost of the treatment was Rs.45000/- (more than 2.5 times of actual cost).
By this example you can understand that who is the beficiary for this type of cashless health insurance schmes. In my view this Insurance Scheme is a very very costly affair to Government and also for a simple (i.e. who is not cunning) Govt. Servant.
In my openion CGHS scheme should be implemented in all over India with a more simple proceedure to avail treatment and more and more facilities.