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Thursday, June 4, 2015

Thursday, June 4, 2015
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Immediate/Court Matter
No.36012/39/2014-Estt.(Res.)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel. Public grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
North Block, New Delhi-110 001
22nd May 2015
ORDER

Subject: Constitution of a Committee to monitor the progress in filling up of                            vacancies of persons with disabilities.

            The Hon’ble Supreme Court in its interim Order dated 24.3.2015 and 28.4.2015 in Contempt Petition No.49912014 in Civil Appeal No. 9096/2013 filed by the National Federation of Blind Vs Secretary, Department of Personnel and Training had directed that immediate steps be taken by the Government to expedite the process of filling up of vacancies already identified for persons with disabilities.

2. The Government has now decided to constitute an inter-ministerial Committee with the following composition, to monitor the progress in filling up of vacancies of persons with disabilities reported to the Hon’ble Supreme Court
(i)
Additional Secretary (S&V), Department of Personnel and Training
Chairman
(ii)
 Joint secretary. Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities
Member
(iii)
Deputy Chief Commissioner, Office of Chief Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities
Member
(iv)
Representative of Ministry of Railways at Joint Secretary level
Member
(v)
Joint Secretary, Department of Financial Services
Member
(vi)
Joint Secretary .Department of Defence
Member
(vii)
Joint Secretary , Department of Defence Production
Member
(viii)
Joint Secretary . Department of Public Enterprises
Member
(ix)
Additional Secretary, UPSC
Member
(x)
Member, SSC
Member
(xi)
Joint Secretary (AT&A), Department of Personnel and Training dealing with reservation for Persons with Disabilities
Member Secretary
            The Chairman shall have power to co-opt or exclude the representative from any Ministry/ Department/ Organisation.
3. The Terms of Reference of the Committee would be as under:
(a) the Committee shall meet at least once in a month;
(b) the committee would monitor the progress in filling up of vacancies of persons with disabilities reported to the Hon’ble Supreme Court, to ensure that appropriate action is taken for filling up such vacancies in the scheduled time frame.
            The secretarial services to the Committee would be provided by the Department of Personnel and Training.
(G. Srinivasan)
Deputy Secretary to the Government of India



            
Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today said he expects Reserve Bank of India(RBI) to grant payment license to proposed Post Bank of India by July. He said the network of 1,54,000 post offices (including 1,30,000 rural post offices) equipped with payment bank facility will bring new revolution.

            On proposed Post Bank of India for which permission is pending with Reserve Bank of India, Union Minister said, “by July August the payment bank license is ought to be given. We have 1,54,000 post office. With opening of payment bank there will be new financial revolution. We have 1.5 lakh service sectors involved. We want our 1.30 lakh rural post offices also to be covered under this network.”

            Briefing about one year achievements of his department Prasad said, “In last one year 27,215 post offices are networked into one national unit through computers. Money transfer etc facilities are available through this network. 1,30,000 solar powered handheld bio-metric devices to be provided to rural post offices. ”

            “In previous year there were 4 ATMs, in this year 115 ATMs are installed. Core banking solution availability is up from 236 to 2590 post offices in one year.”

            “E-commerce cash on delivery revenue has been up from Rs 100 crore to Rs 500 crore in a year. Parcel revenues grew by 37% this year from 2% decline in previous year. 28 new parcel centers are established to boost e-commerce.”


            “CAG report laid in parliament on May 2015 highlights that speed post service is better than private couriers. The survey was conducted in 8 states before this conclusion.”

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