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Monday, July 14, 2014

HOLIDAY HOME OPENED AT TIRUPATI


MOST IMMEDIATE
No. D-11016/3/2009-Regions
Government of India
Ministry of Urban Development
Directorate of Estates
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated 01-07-2014
Office Memorandum
Subject: Opening of holiday home at Tirupati.
Construction of holiday home at Tirupati has been completed and it has been decided to commence the booking of holiday home at Tirupati with immediate effect. Address of holidayhome is D. No. 4-7-29/2, TUDA Apartments Complex, Near I.S. Mahal Threater, Nrisimha Teertham Road, Tirupati-517507. Tele/Telefax No. is 0877 2262211.
Further, as per existing categories, holiday home at Tirupati comes under Category ‘C’ and accordingly, rates of booking will be charged.
2. NIC is requested to upload this office memorandum on the website of holiday homes i.e. www.holidayhomes.nic.in.
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(NS. Chauhan)
Assistant Director of Estates (Regions)
Rates of booking as per existing categories, holiday home at Tirupati under Category ‘C’ .
Room / Suite
Member of Parliament (For their own stay)
Category of applicants / Visitors


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2
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Central Govt. employee (serving / retired)
Employees of StateGovt. /UTs / Central or State PSU /Autonomous Bodies /Others (serving / Retired)
Private Persons accompanying as guests o fMPs /Govt. employees
VIP
Rs. 150
Rs. 450
Rs. 900
Rs. 1,350
Double/Three bedded AC
Rs. 150
Rs. 180
Rs. 330
Rs. 480
Double/Three beddedNon-AC
Rs. 150
Rs. 150
Rs. 300
Rs. 450
Four bedded AC
Rs. 150
Rs. 230
Rs. 430
Rs. 630
Four bedded Non-AC
Rs. 150
Rs. 200
Rs. 400
Rs. 600
Dormitory(per bed)
Rs. 150
Rs. 50
Rs. 100
Rs. 100

Study Group for removal of stagnation of Group B officers,

THE CBEC has engaged the Center of Excellence to  study  the

 problems of stagnation existed in the Group "B" Executive 

cadres (both gazetted and non-gazetted). The study is

 being conducted by Mr. Parkash Chand, Consultant, in 

association with Mr. B.B. Agrawal, Additional Director 

General, Center of Excellence, New Delhi. All recognized

  Gr-B staff Associations of CBEC, have been requested

 to  submit their suggestions in this regard to either

Mr. Parkash Chand, or  Mr.B.B.Agrawal, at the following 

addresses:


Mr. Parkash Chand, Consultant, Directorate General of Human
 Resources Development, C-4, West Wing, Ground Floor, IRCON
 Building, District Center, Saket, New Delhi 110017

Mr.B.B.Agrawal, Additional Director General, Center of Excellence, 
3rd Floor, Tower 3&4, NBCC Plaza, Pushp Vihar, Sector 5,
 Saket, New Delhi 110017

Soft copies may be sent to Mr.Parkash Chand at 
parkashchand185@gmail.com and to 
Mr.B B Agrawal atcoenacen@gmail.com  
Authority:-CBEC Office Memorandum in 
F.No.8/B/194/HRD(HRM)/2013, 
Dated July 04 2014 . Mean while AIACEGEO 
has already sent  its representation 
to both of them and copy of such representation
 has already been posted in this blog post
 along with the enclosures

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Government clears expansion of DGCEI across the country

The FM has cleared creation of new intelligence units across the country and appointment of over 8000 personnel to check any leakage in its earnings from the indirect tax. Anticipating increase in service tax revenue, the ministry  has also decided to restructure DGCEI – a body tasked with checking excise duty and service tax evasion, official sourses said.

 There will be three more zonal units of the DGCEI in Lucknow, Bhopal and Hyderabad. These three zonal units will have three regional units each as well, they said. “The government has approved total nine zonal units and 27 regional units of the DGCEI to check leakage of excise duty and service tax evasion” a Finance Ministry official said.  At present DGCEI has six zonal units and 18 regional units.
 The move has come in the wake of the government witnessing a growth in the service sector and increase in the service sector and increase in the number of taxable services. Although service tax has shown tremendous potential as an area of tax collection, it still remains a largely untapped and unexplored sector. The contribution of service tax to the gross tax revenue at a mere 13 percent is not commensurate with the contribution of service sector to the DDP of our country which was more than 60 per cent in the last financial year. It is, therefore, essential to provide more manpower for service tax related matters”, according to a intra-ministry communication on the issue.
 It is pertinent to mention that strengthening and expansion of the existing DGCEI formations is a better solution, in the long run, to effectively curb the ever increasing menace of central excise duty and service tax evasion than bifurcating it into two, the communication said. The DGCEI has, over the period of time, developed requisite expertise in cultivation and nurturing of a credible informer base and therefore enjoys an edge in gathering information, developing them into actionable intelligence and investigating cases of service tax evasion leading to recovery of government dues, it said. 
 The DGCEI , as the apex intelligence organization as far as central excise duty and service tax evasion matters are concerned, is well known and trusted by the informers. “Informers, who work on trust, may not start giving information to a newly created intelligence organisaition from day one, thereby creating a kind of vacuum,”, the communication reads.
 The DGCEI has detected RS. 8,000 crore of service tax evasion during 2013-14. According to a Finance Ministry data, there has been an increase of over 300 times in revenue collection from service tax in the past two decades. The ministry had collected RS. 1.32 lakh crore as service tax revenue during 2012-13 as against Rs. 407 crore in 1994-95 it said.

 Source: zeenews.india.com

HYDERABAD III SUPDTS' ORDER ISSUED

Supdt III Order


Friday, July 4, 2014

UPDATE ON CR BY SRI. LOKNATH MISHRA

File has been reached to Secretary Revenue, As I have already stated there is a special package for stagnated zone, the approval of FM is required , but FM busy with Budget work. However Mr Meena, why you are interested to know about such distribution? Your anxiety will be over ,if proposal for DPC will be sent to UPSC. Till date vigilance clearances as on 10.06.14 have not been received from many zones and also few ACRs/APARs have also not been received from few zones to enable the authority to send the proposal to UPSC.

TIRUPATI SUPDTS' ORDERS ISSUED




Friday, June 20, 2014

HYDERABAD CCA SUPDTS IZT ISSUED








IZT Orders for AGT,2014 in Superintendent Cadre in Hyderabad CCA today?


All the best to all the officers who are due for repatriation in this AGT from Vizag  Zone to Hyderabad Zone. 
source:hydexcust

Hyderabad zone SEZ Order

SEZ - Supdt Order (1)


Wednesday, June 11, 2014

FURTHER UPDATE ON CR

AS PER THE INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM UNCONFIRMED SOURCES THE CR NOTIFICATION IS LIKELY TO BE ISSUED DURING BUDGET SESSION INCORPORATING ANY CHANGES IN BUDGET. MEANWHILE THE ALLOTMENT OF OFFICERS WILL BE DONE
 BY DGHRD SHORTLY SO THAT DPCs CAN BE CONDUCTED TO ALL THE CADRES AND PROMOTIONS ARE EFFECTED FROM THE DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION OF CR .

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Update on CR

There was an emergency GB meeting of Telangana Supdts at Hqrs Hyd on 4.6.2014. Regarding CR  the President stated that as per the information received the allocation of staff file has been re submitted to chairman after incorporating the changes he made by DGHRD. The notification is likely to be released on 6.6.14 if everything goes well.

HYDERABAD ZONE IS LIKELY TO GET THE FOLLOWING

4 Fat Central excise commtes with 80 supdts each.
One audit commte with 90 spdts.
Two medium/lean Cmmtes(Customs & ST) with 60/50 supdts.
presently there are 420 posts existing in the zone.
Apart from this about 80 consequential posts are likely to come on account of AC promotions.


Regarding views to be submitted to CC, the members have suggested the following points:

1.There should not be any rotation of supdts from hyd to vizag zone.
2.During the CR implementation all officers of hyd working at vizag zone should be brought back.
3.If at all any shortage at other end should be filled up by the officers who have come to hyd from vizag zone  on a specific term and settled here illegally.
4.It was also suggested that a list of such officers should be obtained from administration and dealt accordingly.
5.In any other case, the tenure to vizag zone should be made only two/one years on promotion and rotation respectively as existed in old policy.
6. Assn views will be submitted again on receipt of CR Notification.