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KENDRIYA SAINIK BOARD HAD INTRODUCED ON LINE SUBMISSION OF SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FROM 2016-2017

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KENDRIYA SAINIK BOARD HAD INTRODUCED ON LINE SUBMISSION OF SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FROM 2016-2017

Visit www.ksb.gov.in for details of scholarship.


We will assist you for filling up the application on line after getting the following information and the Xerox copies of various documents by email from you.
The required information are:-

1.      Passport size  photo of ESM/Widow to be scanned and sent.

2.       Complete Xerox copies of Discharge book. The details such as Your Name, Service Number, Rank, Date of enrolment, Date of Discharge, Reasons for discharge, character and family details and address are to be copies in one page itself.(You have to specifically inform the Xerox operator for this)

3.      ESM/Widow I Card issued by ZSB (Both sides of the I card in one page)

4.      Mark sheet/school progress card of child/children on the given format.

5.      Part II order if the child name is not mentioned in the discharge book
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6.      Self Certificate signed by you on th given format.

7.      Copy of bank pass book showing name, Account number and IFSC code clearly.(Only Accounts opened with SBI and Punjab National Bank only allowed)

8.      Aadhaar card copy.

In addition to the above, the following information also required for filling up the online application.

Part I

1.      First Name Middle Name and Surname.
2.      Service Number.
3.      ESM /Widow ID card Number.
4.      Aadhaar Card Number.
5.      Date of birth.
6.      Date of Enrolment.
7.      Date of Discharge.
8.      Date of Death of ESM in case of Widow applicant.
9.      Father’s Name/Husband’s Name.

10.  Email ID.  (You must send Email ID with Pass Word) (If you do not have Email ID, don’t worry we will creat for you.  But you can all the above information from a Browsing centre with their email ID.

11.  Mobile No. and Landline No. if available.

Part II

1.      House No.
2.      Street Name and Number.
3.      Town
4.      Village.
5.      City.
6.      District
7.      PIN Code
8.      Name of Bank account holder.
9.      Bank Name
10.  Branch Name
11.  Account No.
12.  IFSC Code No.
13.  PPO No.
14.  Basic Pension.
15.  Details of re-employed income if any.
16.  Non pensioner income if any.
17.  Details of scholarships received previous years.
18.  Name of Scholarship, Amount and year.
19.  Reason for discharge as given in discharge book.
20.  Character at the time of discharge as given in discharge.
21.  Name of Dependent children.
22.  Name of school/College class passed, Marks obtained %.

If you send  all the above information by email with clear scanned attachments of all the documents  to our Email ID  esmwelfare@yahoo.in we will Apply your Scholarship application on line on behalf of you and forward it to your Zilla Sainik Board and inform you immediately.




On receipt of our Email, you can report to your Zilla Sainik Board with all the Xerox copies, application form and discharge book for verification and forwarding it to Rajya Sainik Board. 
The Self Certificate Format and College/School certificate Format are given below.  You can take print out use.  You can click the link for the Application.

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SELF CERTIFICATE

            Certified that, I neither applied nor received any scholarship/grant for my following children for the academic year 2016-17 from any source.

S.No.   Name                                                   Class in which studying
1.         ……………………………………    ……………………..
2.         ……………………………………    ……………………..

                                                                   Signature of the   
                                                        ESM/Widow/Dependent.
                                                          No., Rank, Name and Address

..............................................................................


CERTIFICATE FROM SCHOOL/COLLEGE

Certified that Miss/Master ……………………………………..Son/Daughter of
……………………………………is studying………………..(class/course) of this institute.
His/her date of birth as per this institute records is …………………… The statement of marks
obtained by the student in the previous academic year ie. 2015-16 is appended below.

Sl.No.
Subject
Marks obtained out of




































                                                                                    Signature of Principal/Head Master with Seal

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7th Pay Commission Minimum Wages & Fitment Formula, the indefinite strike call is deferred - NJCA Press Statement

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7th Pay Commission Minimum Wages & Fitment Formula, the indefinite strike call which is to commence from 11th July, 2016 is deferred till the committee finalises its report - NJCA Press Statement
NJCA
National Joint Council of Action
4, State Entry Road, New Delhi-110055

No.NJC/2016/7th CPC
July 6, 2016
PRESS STATEMENT


The National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) met at the Staff Side office, JCM, New Delhi today at 11.30 AM as scheduled. During the discussions, the Convener received an invitation from the Honourable Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh. The following members of the NJCA met the Home Minister in a delegation.
1. Dr. M. Raghaviah (NFIR),
2. Shiv Gopal Misra (AlRF),
3. Rakhal Dasgupta(AIRF).
4. Guman Singh (NFIR),
5. K.K.N. Kutty (Confederation)
6. C. Srikumar (AIDEF)
7. M. Krishnan (Confederation,)
8. Ashok Singh (INDWF)
9. R. Srinivasan (INDWF)
10. MS. Raja (Confederation)
11. JR Bhosale (AIRF)
12. Bhatnagar(NFlR)
13. RN. Parashar (NFPE)
14 Giriraj Singh (NFPE),
15. Satish Chander (FNPO),
16.B Shiva Kumar (FNPO),
17. N. Kannaiah (AIRF)

The issues in the charter of demands were discussed with special reference to the 7th CPC related demands. The delegation brought to the notice of the Honourable Home Minister that the NJCA has not received a communication from the Government over the assurances held out on 3oth June, 2016 when the NJCA delegation met the Honourable Home Minister, Finance Minister and the Railway Ministers. On 3oth June 2016, the Government had assured to refer the revision of Minimum wage and fitment formula to a Committee. The Finance Minister had also clarified that the Government has taken the decision to implement the recommendation of the 7th CPC to bring about parity between the past and present pensioners. They added that such a communication in confirmation of the assurances will enable them to take a decision over the strike action which is to commence from 11th July, 2016.

The Honourable Home Minister assured the delegation that the Government will honour the assurances held out to the NJCA leaders on 3oth June, 2016 and accordingly the Honourable Finance Minister, Shri Arun Jaitley will issue a Press Statement today, with copy to NJCA.

Accordingly, The NJCA has received the Press communiqué issued by the Honourable finance Minister today. The Committee set up to look into the matter of minimum wage and fitment formula is expected to submit their report to the Government in the given time frame of not more than four months. In view of these developments, the indefinite strike call which is to commence from 11th July, 2016 is deferred till the committee finalises its report.

The NJCA congratulates all affiliates, their units and branches for their strenuous efforts in mobilizing the workers under the banner of NJCA and keeping the unity and strength of the Central Government The NJCA congratulates all affiliates, their units and branches for their strenuous efforts in mobilizing the workers Under the banner of NJCA and keeping the unity and strength of the Central Government employees intact. The NJCA takes this opportunity to assure all that it would be its endeavour to ensure that a decent and satisfactory settlement is brought about on all 11 point charter of demands.


The NJCA particularly notes that the Government has set up a separate committee for reviewing the New Pension Scheme, which has been a matter of concern to all employees and workers who are recruited to Government service after 1.1. 2004.

The NJCA expresses it gratitude to all the members of Public, Print and Electronic Media for the support they had extended to the Central Govt employees.


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Dr. M. Raghaviah
(NFIR)
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Shiv Gopal Misra
(AlRF)
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C. Srikumar
(AIDEF)
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R. Srinivasan
(INDWF)
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M. Krishnan
 (Confederation of CGE & W)
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RN. Parashar
(NFPE)
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B Shivakumar
(FNPO)
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Seventh Pay Commission: Pay scales and other recommendations of the 7th CPC would be considered by a High Level Committee - PIB News

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Seventh Pay Commission: Pay scales and other recommendations of the 7th CPC would be considered by a High Level Committee - PIB News


Press Information Bureau 
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
06-July-2016 20:50 IST
Government assures Representatives of Unions representing employees of the Central Government that the issues raised by them relating to the pay scales and other recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission would be considered by a High Level Committee 



Representatives of Unions representing employees of the Central Government had met the Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh, the Finance Minister Shri Arun Jaitley and the Minister for Railways Sh. Suresh Prabhu in the evening of 30th June, 2016. 


They had requested that certain issues raised by them in relation to the pay scales and other recommendations of the Pay Commission be allowed to be raised before a Committee of Secretaries looking into different aspects of grievances of employees in relation to the Pay Commission recommendations. 

The Ministers assured the Union leaders that the issues raised by them would be considered by a High Level Committee. 

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7th Pay Commission – Unions to Defer July 11 Strike – deferred for 4 Months

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7th Pay Commission – Unions to Defer July 11 Strike – “A new high-level committee will soon be set up to look into the grievances raised by the employee unions,” a top government official told PTI.

7th Pay CommissionExpressing dissatisfaction over the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, various central government employees’ unions have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from July 11. Representatives of various unions met Home Minister Rajnath Singh for deliberations over their concerns after which the government termed the talks as “positive”.
“A new high-level committee will soon be set up to look into the grievances raised by the employee unions,” a top government official told PTI.

Central government employees’ unions today deferred by four months their proposed indefinite strike from July 11 against 7th pay panel’s recommendations after government agreed to set up a high-level committee to look into their grievances.
The decision came after the central government formally communicated to the unions that a high-level committee would consider their demand for minimum pay that’s over and above the level suggested by the 7th Pay Commission.
We have decided to defer our indefinite strike by four months against the 7th pay commission’s recommendations as government today assured us it would resolve the issues raised by us and refer them to a high-level committee,” the convenor of National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) of central government employees’ unions Shiv Gopal Mishra told.
“We were told that both the issues will be referred to committee, which will take a decision within four months. We have asked the Finance Minister to submit the same in writing, after which we will defer the strike. We will meet again on July 9,” SN Malik, Press Secretary, National Federation of Indian Railwaymen, told.

The government has decided to set up a high-level committee after the representatives of the unions met Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday.
“Employee unions requested that certain issues raised by them in relation to the pay scales and other recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission be allowed to be raised before a Committee of Secretaries looking into different aspects of grievances of employees in relation to the Pay Commission recommendations,” said the Finance Ministry, adding that the Centres has assured the unions on the issue.
Source: Times of India

High-level panel to look into employees' demands on 7th Pay Commission

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Expressing dissatisfaction over the recommendations of the Pay Commission, various central government employees' unions have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from July 11.
NEW DELHI: A high-level committee will soon be set up to look into issues raised by various unions of central government employees on pay scales and other recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission

"A new high-level committee will soon be set up to look into the grievances raised by the employee unions," a top government official told PTI. 

Expressing dissatisfaction over the recommendations of the Pay Commission, various central government employees' unions have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from July 11. 

Earlier in the day, representatives of various unions met Home Minister Rajnath Singh for deliberations over their concerns after which the government termed the talks as "positive". 

Today's was the second meeting the employees' unions had with the government on the issue. Earlier, they had met the Group of Ministers chaired by Singh on June 30. The GoM includes Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu

The Unions had asked the government to set up a committee to look into issues raised by them in relation to the pay scales and other recommendations of the Pay Commission. 

"The Ministers assured the Union leaders that the issues raised by them would be considered by a High Level Committee," the Finance ministry said in a statement late in the evening. 

The National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) of central government employees' unions including Railways, Post and Telegraph and Defence have announced an indefinite strike from July 11 against the "unilateral" announcement of the Central government on implementation of 7th Pay Commission's awards. 

A number of employees' unions have extended support to the proposed strike call by NJCA. 

The unions have said the recommended pay hike was the lowest in the last 70 years. They have also accused the government of announcing the awards "unilaterally" without any consultation with them. 

The Central Trade Unions will be meeting tomorrow to chalk out an action plan and express their solidarity with the government employees. 

RSS affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) and other trade unions have rejected the recommendations, contending that it would increase disparity between the minimum and maximum pay. 

Maintaining that the government has "disappointed" the employees, BMS has announced country-wide protests on July 8 against the decision and warned implementation of the 7th pay commission's recommendations may lead to industrial unrest.


Source :http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/high-level-panel-to-look-into-employees-demands-on-7th-pay-commission/articleshow/53085377.cms

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