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State Government hikes 7th payscale by 2 percent and 6th payscale by 3 percent

Wednesday - May 9, 2018 1:54 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH

Cabinet Decisions 

Bhopal: In a meeting held here under the Chairmanship of the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Cabinet today decided to hike dearness allowance /relief rates payable to government servants/pensioners/ planned teachers cadre in local bodies, panchayat secretaries and local workers in the Panchayat and Rural Development Department in the 7th payscale by 2 percent and in the 6th payscale by 3 percent from January 1, 2018. The cash payment of the proposed hike of dearness allowance will be made in January 18 (salary of January 2018 payable in February 2018)

Revision in contractual appointment rules

The Cabinet has decided to make amendments in the Contractual Appointment Rules 2017 for the Madhya Pradesh Civil posts from the point of view of administrative facility. Rule 4 (4) was established in accordance with the consent of the General Administration Department to fill such posts / promotions approved in the regular establishment in departmental setup, in such cases, which may be possible due to inevitable reasons for more than one year, the provision has been made for contract appointment.

There is provision for an investigation committee for cases of contractual appointment. Provision has been made to present cases as per order of the Cabinet on the recommendation of the committee. There is provision for contractual appointment in public venture/corporation/board/commission/ university.

Benefits to Bhariya tribe of Chhindwada and Seoni

Amending the Rule 4-B of the Madhya Pradesh Public Service (Reservation for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes) Rules, 1998, the Cabinet decided to appoint any person belonging to the Bhariya tribe from Chhindwada and Seoni district, who applies for any post of contractual school teacher or Class III/IV post or Vanrakshak (executive) and had minimum qualification required for the post without following any recruitment process. Earlier this provision was only for Tamiya development block of Chhindwada district.

Government Education and Sports Strengthening Scheme

The Cabinet has approved financial assistance amount of Rs 20 crore to continue Government Education and Sports Strengthening Scheme till Year 2017-18, 2018-2019 and 2019-20.

Four temporary posts for Chief Electoral Officer’s office

The Cabinet has approved to continue four temporary posts for Chief Electoral Officer’s office Bhopal from March 1, 2018 to February 28, 2022.

Irrigation Project and Special Rehabilitation Package

The cabinet has given an administrative approval of Rs. 25 crore 58 lakh for Ringnod Small Irrigation Project of Dhar district of 425 hectare for Rabi irrigation.
An administrative approval of Rs. 1815 crore 54 lakh has been given by the cabinet for Parvati Project of Rajgarh district to cover total irrigation area of 48,000 hectare. As many as 132 villages of Narsingarh and Biaora besides Berasia block of Bhopal district will be benefited by this project.

The cabinet has taken a decision to benefit farmers of submerge area by giving a special package in addition to estimated expenditure according to project report for land acquisition and rehabilitation as per the Land Acquisition Act 2013 and Rehabilitation Policy 2002 for Lower Orr Large Irrigation project. As a result, a sum of Rs. 236 crore 10 lakh will be spent by the government in place of Rs. 199 crore 56 lakh on land acquisition and rehabilitation.

The cabinet has taken a decision to give benefit of special rehabilitation package to farmers of submerge area in addition to estimated expenditure following the project report for land acquisition and rehabilitation according to the Land Acquisition Act 2013 and Rehabilitation Policy 2002 for Barkheda Medium Irrigation Project.

Moreover, under the Karam Medium Irrigation Project, the cabinet has taken a decision to give benefit of special rehabilitation package to farmers of submerge area in addition to estimated expenditure according to project report for land acquisition and rehabilitation according to Land Acquisition Act 2013 and Rehabilitation Policy 2002. There is a provision of Rs. 49 crore 55 lakh for land acquisition and rehabilitation work in the administrative approval of the project. Such farmers of submerge area, whose compensation amount including solatium is less than Rs. 10 lakh under the Land Acquisition Act 2013, under the special rehabilitation package a sum of Rs. 46 crore 35 lakh will be spent on land acquisition and rehabilitation at the rate of minimum Rs. 10 lakh per hectare in case of one time amount.

Under the Chhitakhudri Medium Irrigation Project, the cabinet has taken a decision to give benefit of special rehabilitation package to farmers of submerge area in addition to estimated expenditure according to project report for land acquisition and rehabilitation according to Land Acquisition Act 2013 and Rehabilitation Policy 2002. There is a provision of Rs. 91 crore 29 lakh for land acquisition and rehabilitation work in the administrative approval of the project. Such farmers of submerge area, whose compensation amount including solatium is less than Rs. 10 lakh under the Land Acquisition Act 2013, under the special rehabilitation package a sum of Rs. 79 crore 37 lakh will be spent on land acquisition and rehabilitation at the rate of minimum Rs. 10 lakh per hectare in case of one time amount.

Medical College

The cabinet has given a revised administrative approval to Rs. 295 crore 65 lakh by increasing the previously approved amount of Rs. 259 crore 65 lakh for construction of building and campus of Medical College Ratlam.

The cabinet has given a revised administrative approval to Rs. 303 crore 27 lakh by increasing the previously approved amount of Rs. 224 crore 31 lakh for construction of building and campus of Medical College Shahdol.

Moreover, the cabinet has given a revised administrative approval of Rs. 24 crore 75 lakh 66 thousand by increasing it from Rs. 538 lakh 43 thousand to upgrade T.B. Chest Treatment Unit of Jabalpur to High Level Center of national level. The necessary capital investment for up gradation will be made by Ayurvigyan University. Moreover, an administrative approval for creation of 108 posts for up gradation has also been given by the cabinet.

Organs Transplantation

The cabinet by exercising the power entrusted to it under the sub- section (2) and (3) of (42 of 1994) of the Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 and by following the section (1) of clause 252 of the Constitution of India has decided to adopt it for receiving its advantages by implementing the provision of the above mentioned Act in Madhya Pradesh state.

Grant to open new faculty

The cabinet, in order to benefit maximum number of students, has given an approval of Rs. 8 crore 19 lakh 44 thousand in principle to continue ‘Grant for opening new faculty’ scheme of the Higher Education department in Government Colleges for the next 3 years.

Smart City Mission

The council of ministers has given an approval for continuation of Smart City Mission Scheme in the state according to the previous approval. For this, a provision of Rs. 1000 crore for one smart city has been made. A total amount of Rs. 500 crore per smart city will be given in the ratio of an annual amount of Rs. 100 crore per city during 5 years in the form of grant by the Union government and the same amount will be given by the state government under the scheme. In the first phase, Bhopal, Indore and Jabalpur, Ujjain and Gwalior under the second phase and Sagar and Satna city in the third phase have been selected under the scheme. This scheme has been started from June 25, 2015. Seven cities of the state have been selected through competition under the scheme.-Window To News
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